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April 06, 1900 - Image 2

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THE UNIERSflY OF MICHIGAN
tO torsiThe Ilalnd Yt'ts.,Hennig Bloch.
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MANAGING EDITO%.
11LJIN 1005 MANAGFlO
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ATHLKTICS, . . . D. Hoioooow,rT'Si E.
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A.. G. BowNs '. . J. . B. Woec. '55l,
L. J,.MOoO05 'its, W., . CKotE, '0OM
R 1.0500 OO . WA. KNxt1r,'I L.
he ii ituIhl 1eletti oii othe U.
o1'1V1. i0aily Ass'o(Jlti Itwil be
ld 14on atIurdaH, ,April 711, att
10 a. Il. il Boonto C, University
Hall. All MidISI lhpsubscreibes
entitled to it vote.
The Andrew McLaughlin Cup.
A silver cp, Cu Sc knowH as te
Aaodrew C. McLaughlin cp, has een
offered y 000 aloumnuof th Ce Uiver-
sity, who ios perintedet of schools
in a 0eWotelMiligan ciy, as a
rophyior puntig ad drop kickig
aCtbloe lnter-sciolastic meets to he hl
ondoer Ctoe auspices oi the Athletic c
socialoca of the tUiersity. Tenacme
ci te wnoer ia the pntingad drop
kic poing contets ech year ad the
school that te represents owill e en-
graved on te cp. The cp will be
Sept in the trophy ooa cf the Uuiver-
sity gyonacium.
Baseball Practice.
'the practice yesterday was not up
to the standard of the day before, tioe
old men eoog the chief ofeders ia
the way of error, mslplays, etc. Noth-
lag startling has developed in te pat
day ad nothiag moch may e lolked
ir ir ome time yt. Really good
work in the 'ay ociieatg cannot e
expected oootil the athletic hield has
dried ot so Ctat the men can play
Tere as te fair grounds are so rotgh.
Cutting, woo was struck in the head
hy a thrown al Monday, will not e
able to join the sosoo'd until ater te
spring trip loss een taken ut y then
be should e its pretty good shape
again.
'00 L. Hop.
The enoir laos will give an in
ioromtal lop at Granger's Academy on
next Wednesday evening, April 1.
The dace promies to e a great st-
cess. Tickets limited to ity in num-
er were ised, and are already sold.
Only memers ci 'Si L. class will e
in attendance upon the event, and no
visitors will e allowed in te gallery.
Mrs. Tylers orchestra, which iurish
ed the music for the 'SC L. oance this
week will officiate again in the same
capacity, and punch will e served y
a getlenman oi color. Dancing will
begin promptly at 8:30 and continue
until 2 a. in. The conmittee in charge
of the dance is composed of O. H.Hans,
chairman; R. H. Jernegan, C. L. Con-
verse, and W. L. Klley.
Diinitq Club Elects Officers.
The Student's Divinity Club of the
University oi Michigan have elected
the following officers for the ensuting
yea: President, J. Leslie French;
vicepresident, J. H. Snook; secretary,
Irving T. Raab. The club is along te
lines of the od Ministerial Band. Its
purpose is to bring together all those
'oho intend to preach or teach the
gospel.
Manager Browne of the inter-cho
lastic meet is sending out a large nom-
'er of circulars, decriptive of the
events to be held at the contests in
May. A large number of these go to
high schools in Ohio and Indiana

Last Meeting oi Retiring Athletic
Board.
The retiring Athletic Board held its
last meeting last night. The business
transacted was ir the most part of a
routine character. The treasurer re-
ported a balance oi $450. Expendi-
tures aggregating $300 were voted.
Director aird was instructed to con
ir 'ith the Faculty Tennis Club to
secure the use oi the faclty court
for the Athtic Association ii possible.
'ihe Graduate Director was absoin-
structed to continue the improvements
on Regents' hield. The remainder oi h il ntesut iewl elv
elled aod toc cinder tracklfihed ito and
raised.
The following schedole of football ry
gamnes was reported as contotoacted )O O
ir:X
Oct. i3-Case School at Ann Arbor. V ROB '. E.
Nov. 3-Indiana at Aon Arbor. (
Nov. 17-Notre Dame at Atn Arbor.A
Nov. 2.-Chicago on Marshall hield.
Just before adjournent the oard
voted every nemier four Athletc AsX
sociation hottons to e nmade nto cuff
buttons.\We
5tUnclaimed Letters
The folowing letters remain uncall v W
ed ir atothtle potollce: (
ilcoolieLotise; Beano Ralpholo ; SsIA
rown, 1.;Brown, 1. .; Iullen.eo SUTS
(orath, C.F.; Cup, Woill boon R E (x
3d. Denoison h silaM 3.; Dxon Fed ;
trake, Perry; Fuller, Mbis Alce C ; Xy L
todirey.,REdward L.; HlisroMos
Berthta; Mirth, Miss Ail; HotonGo
11 JcleohnoCF 3d ~ocoLaovencet
P 'cliode 'Will.Otis; Moister F
'olooro oy Nono C.,Rese 'SlossHelen
Sovoge &KsMtslellano SacsyeoMiss
M~bose L Subh M . qores V C
Dorops i azM.Chs;Cofod~
Ms G.,Hallero MssMaothao;'oWild
Fo'regn- CampellMos May 211 S
Lotosa;GonntooftMiss Roda.o
05cC 0 UL. 0.-edmn,00Mss Delta.
Packagt-YotngAoitouroC
'There wil e a rehetaosal ci the
(Glee ClooS in iRoon C, Unersty hll A ADaI7ocoktoih.A
I. H. SU ,i-tCN U
Prof. W.C. Dott, of Con'seli P1oe A '50ACOitrO.
Will speak thios afterncooooo itoerfle
ausioces ci the rotheriood ci St
Andreo,tt the service in Hiarrs hal
at 5 oclock. His subject 'sil e
"Lenten thotghts rcothtC if ofciTol
stoi."
Manager ucltey ci Columbnaahas
cancelled the gaomoeschedoled -wit
Ne's'York University owoog to an edo-F E C
tonial that appoeared in the Nes Yok IN C
Unversty Trangle seveely crtzn
thoe amatetr stading at Colomba. AND
IN THlE 1st SET OF CUE
F OURS 1HF
j( t 2 223 S!' Ingalls 5
Nw St0t0 Photos430.
bhat's whlee 5we101ace ost hoost
ness and whlere weotted to
keep t Thoougho we do not
parade the fact oftostet legh
as soe do, ws oe just s strng m i
nd lust as lng n qoalty ath NOmir.s F
ellocootoy assy nthelotac~te
IHsve a fll tote of
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