THE UNIVERHITT O1 MICHIGAN DAILY
U. a * . .
Published Daly (Sudays excepted) dung the
College year,at _
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
Orvca: The Inland Press, Henning Block.
Both Phones 147.
F. ENGLHAaD, '01 L.
0. H. HANs.'00 L..
ATHLETICS, . . G. D. HneVTT,'01 E.
T. R. WoOcnow,'00L. A.IH.McDoALL,'01h
J. B. Woo, '00, W. D. Hcnny,'0,
L. J. MONTGOnERY,00, B H.JENEoAN. '00L..
W.A.KNInT '1 . V. T. EVANS '03.
Alto LLeLA IK. SAntoN '03.
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All changes in advertising matter roust be in
the of01ec by 4 p. t. on the day previous to that
on which they are to asecr.
The directors of the Students' Lecture
Association have taken the first step in
a very conmendable undertaking in vot-
ing $300 to fit out an alumni room in
room C. This is only a small beginning
but one that promises to be and certainly
ought to be followed by a very extensive
movement along the saute lute. Te
Regents have decided to close in a part
of room C to be used as n alunti rootti
and the funds voted by the S. L. A.
ill be tused to fturiis it. This it ill be
romte thte]otnte adleadquarters of
Michigatn alunmni. H-ere they are always
to be welcoed and mtace at home wle
they cone to Ann Arbor. Newspaper
files, writitg desks, alumni registers and
other conveniences such as can be se-
cured will be provided as soon as thee
The roontiseto be made the center
around which Michigan spirit, loyalty
and traditiot are to ceter to aitd fron
whlichlthtey are to radiae cnd reach out.
These quarters will of course be very
confited atd cranped fon teir pitrpoe
but theyd ill be extrenely valuable. Once
the alumni and outgoing students become
attached to tIe aluniiroomtt and fre-
quen it conantly it till becotoe a
strotng hbad of uio. Greater ttmbers
ill constantly flock to it ad becone i-
terested in and aid its extension. This
will necessitate constant expanding of
quarters until it is hoped finally a com-
modious building may be erected for the
better and more complete accomodationt
and entertainment of returning Michigan
The Second Social of the Senior
Class Will be Gien This Week
The senior class social committee has
decided to give theirsecond and last
class social on Saturday evenig of this
wveek. This is the social hlich was post-
poned till after v acation because of Lent.
The first party was given ill November
and was the most successful class social
ever given, here. The same comnittee
will have charge of this one and with
their added experience will no doubt
make this one an even greater success.
The change it weather today, if it
continues until the end of the week will
make the temperature just right for en-
joyable danteig. Barbour gymnasiun
is, even in summer, a tolerably cool place
even on the hottest nights. The same
orchestra will furish the music for thiss
social. The admission will be so centss
Recently there came into the posses-
sion of Harvard from an anonymous
source an interesting endowment. Its
object is the establishment of a profes-
sorship of hygiene for the benefitt of the
students. The gift amounts to nearly
$ttf,oo, bit te wh ole itcotme of tis
fund is not yet available. The object
is to provide the students wvith a medical
friend competent to give them the best
advice, devoting himself chiefly to the
physical and moral welfare of the un-
dergraduates at Cambridge. He is not
to be a teacher in the ordinary sense of
the term, although he may lecture.
Acerages Changed Saturdayi. LOOK TO US
Saturday's game made a very material
change in tue raning of the various
memers of the baseball squad in batting
and helding. ihe greatest change is
that ot Capt. McGmnis, whose batting
average brngs him from fourth to sec-
ond place. r'lesher is the only other
player wno bettered his average, the
uters all falling off considerably before
Aulcits jrowes as a ,picher. 1I e
helding averages ofsall sae now are
better than ttey were previous to the
ihe standing of the squad is as fol-
lows. All who have played in any of the
games up to date are icluded:
Gam. Play. Runs. Batt. Av. Fiel. Av.
Condon ...7 3 -379 .965
McGinnis .7 10 .318 .933
lencoe ...4 2 .312 "857
Matteson..7 3 .20 .838
Snod ...7 2 .280 .833
Beisel .....2% 1 .250 .6wi
WVhitney .7 5 .217 .931
Davies ....6 4 .217 .838
Flesher . .7 1 .192 .900
1 tiller ....2 0 .6 t1.oot
Bennett ...4 1 .125 1.000
Utley .....22 2 .111 .923
American Colon in Guttingen,
The following letter has been received
by a graduate of the University who is
secretary of the American Colony:
American Colony, Walkemuthlenweg 17,
Guttitgen, Germany, April 20, 1900.
I desire to call your attention to the
organization known as the American
Colony, at Guttingen, composed of
American students and travellers, who
come in such great numbers to enjoy
the varied opportunities afforded by the
university, the country, and the purity
of the German here. It is the purpose
of the Colony to render every assistance
in its power to new students i becomig
acquaintted with the language, customs
and institutions of the country, especially
at the start, and in still keeping them
in touch with their country and country-
I swotld be glad to learti the ames of
any students cof your iiversity who i-
tetdlto reside it Gertany, but especially
itt Guttitget, dritg the cominttg stmmtler
or later, and shall be glad to render theti
ay assistaice possible, in regard to ex-
penses, roomis, lprisate andIutivusersity i-
struction, in my capacity of president, or
"Patriarch," of the Colony, to which I
tave just been chosen.
Meibership in the coloy is coitcident
swithiAntericant citizetsip atd residence
in Guttiigen; and there are no compul-
sory dues, it being the sole purpose of
the Coloty to be mutually helpful in an
Very respectfully yours,
Ane R. HeDIc.
Micnigan, A.B., 18EL.
Harvard, A.M., 1898.
Senior Dents to go to Detroit.
The senior dental class of the Uni-
versity under the chaperonage of Dr.1
John A. Wating, will go to Detroit on
Wednesday to spend the day in the
great establishment of Parke, Davies &
Co. There will be at least 70 of them,-
who will join in the trip. They will let
their presence be known when they ar-
The trip is an annual affair with the
senior class. They pay their own ex-
penses don, but when they have ar-
rivedl in the city they are ue guess of,
Parke, asis & Co. They will be enter-
tined at the Russell house atd a good
time is confidently expected.
A T The
A H ties of out
Advertise themselves. With
our apparatus and equipment
we aim to draw the best and
coldest Soda in the town'
CliMPsVe 7 RDm1700 OR D
Our first offering consists of the advance style, fresh from
the hands of the foremost Fashion Makers, THE STEIN
BLOCH CO. Every Fabric that has strength and Charac-
ter is represented in this collection; every style in vogue is
here. No merchant tailor will give you the sam. style and
patterns at 50 per cent. more money. -..........
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Ca, ae+++++0+++ French Cook in Charge
REGULAR BOARD $2.75. 11EAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
orders promptly filled. Fresh Home Made Candy now on hand
with the famous Sponge Caramel a specialty. Pop corn balls
and salted peanuts now ready. Come in and try them.
W S. PARKER
709 N. University Avenue
AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.
You see out every day come from
Phone 106. 515 E. Liberty Street
JOHN F. HASKETT. DEWITT ALLEN
223 So. Ingalls St. 720 So. 12th
New State Phone436. New State Phone 2903-r
CaplUs Photo rapers
Have a fullline of U. of M. and Ann Arbor
Views. Bake a specialty of Studento' Boomn
and FlashlIght ork, at reasonable peicos.
Views on sale at Calkins', Schledee's, Lovell's,
Edwards Bros. and Schaller's Bookstore.
A MOST EXQUISITE TOOTH PASTE
Whitens, beautifies, and preserves the
ANTISEPTIC AND VERY PLEASING TO THE
All druggists 25 cents, or by mail upon
receipt of price.
C. S DENT & CO., Detroit, Mich.
FOR TEN DAYS
Mor)day, March 19.
IMPORTED CARBONS AFTER OLD AND MOD
Imperial size, Regular Price 4.00, daring
Royal size, Regular price 03.00, during sale
~olio size, Regular price 1.25, during sale
Etchings, alt'sizes, 35 cents.
Photogravures, Regular price 85.00, during
Photograph, oize a2extRegular Price $1.50
during sale75 cents.
Photographs, size 11 x 14 Regular price 50e,
during sale 35cen.
Platinssize11 x Id, Regular price 75c,dur-
ingeeale 45 cents.
Artotypes,sizei22x 28,Regular price75c,dur.
ing 0010 35 cents.
All Satuary and eamed pictures during
sale at one-haIrprice.
Medallions 19 cents.
STABLER'S ART STORE
217 S. Fourth Ave. New State Phone No. 173
WAHR'S SPE CIA L $3.00 SH OE The Latest Color, Automobile Red.
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