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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.. . .. .. .. ~a a raTHE MIi CHItYAN .6IY

Plan Informal
Jdune Reunions
F or Alumnae
To Put League Resources
At Disposal Of Visitors;
Teas Are Scheduled
Alumnae social activities to supple-
mnent the formal program of the
June celebration will make their re-
unions more informal, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. S. Beach Conger,
general chairman of alumnae activi-
ties for the event.
An important feature of the week
will be a formal banquet to be held
at 6:15 p.m., Thursday, June 15, in
the League ballroom. Mrs. Lowell
Stebbins, chairman of the alumnae
council will preside and Dean Alice
Lloyd will be the toastmaster.
Other speakers of the evening will
be Dr. Margaret Carhart, of the
English department at the Univer-
sity of California; Mrs., Mabel Par-
sons, English professor at the Uni-
versity of Oregon; Dr. Bertha Van
Hoosen, of Loyaola University Medi-
cal School; and Mrs. Katharine Pom-
eroy, of Western College.
Award Will Be Given
Citations for distinguished work
will be given outstanding alumnae at
the close of the program.
At 6 p.m., Friday, June 16, a cab-
aret supper will be held in the ball-
room. A special attraction of this
supper will be an old fashioned style
show for entertainment. Gowns of
the older alumnae group will be mod-
eled by descendants now on campus.
Afternoon teas will be held each
day in one of the League parlors
or the garden. Various alumnae
groups will sponsor theseteas and
entertain for the pleasure of all
guests. Well-known Michigan wo-
men will be guests of honor on these
occasions.
League Open To Alumnae
All resources of the League will
be at the disposal of the alumnae.
Headquarters will be established on
the second floor, where the Ann Ar-
bor alumnae, assisted by members of
the women's undergraduate honor
societies will give information and
act as guides or chauffeurs.
Mrs. Conger stated that in the
Alumnae Council office a Who's Who
of all women who have received
Alumnae Council awards since the
inauguration of the Fellowship in
1931, will be on exhibition. The
Alumnae council recently announced
that the Lucy Elliott Memorial Fel-
lowship Fund has now reached;
$7000. The goal is $10,000, and it
is hoped that contributions received
before June will enable the council
to present this sum to the University
during the June celebration as a per-
nanent memorial.

71 Years O Organized
Show Developments In Vartous Fields
By GEORGE J. ANDROS Archie Hahn, Ralph Craig, DeHart
Michigan athletics won't be ready Hubbard and little Eddie Tolan inY ear BY ear
for a centennial celebration until 1932, extends back to 1893 when
1966, but the story of the 71 years of Michigan won the "Northwestern In-
organized sport on campus is a bril-I tercollegiate Meet" with 52 points, H istor iven
liant page in the history of , the seven ahead of Wisconsin. This meetUrers
University. marked the beginning of a series of 0 f Uve st
Commonly connected with the his- glorious triumphs by the teamsfv
tory of athletics at Michigan is a coached by such men as Keane Fitz-i
monopolization of honors in the so- patrick, Steve Farrell and Charles (Continied from Page 22)
called Western Conference since its 'Hoyt. The Wolverines have dominat-
founding in 1901, but the story goes ed track competition in the Big Ten University. Faculty, 35. University
back to the spring of 1866 when the since its inception. income, $76,702.56.
first Michigan baseball team defeated Matt Mann has brought Michigan e1875-187 - Douglas-Rose contro-
Ann Arbor 33 to 11, won a second nine National Collegiate titles and versy over discrepancy in books in
game from the locals by the modestnehti na mpCo nships inthchemistry laboratory. I
margin of 13 to 5, and then popped* a! eight Big Ten championships in thecemstylao8toy
ar8past eleven years he has coached 7-- College of Dentistry estab-
pitcher's duel from Jackson, 61 to p a n ears Chas clished. Homopathic Medical Col-
41. MannDevelopsChampions lege established.

president during President Angell's ed. Michigan Union organized. State Street purchased as Union club-
absence as U. S. Minister to China. 1906 - Department of Architecture house.
1882 - Old Engineering Shops established. Judge Cooley's home on (Continued on Page 24)
erected <additions later). --- --- _____
1883 -The old library erected
(torn down in 1918).
1887 - Fiftieth Anniversary of
University celebrated. For those HOT DAYS
1888-Effort to remove Medical
Department to Detroit defeated by _
President Angell.
1891 - Main Building of old
University Hospital erected.
1892 - Graduate School organized I . ,r ALl= EA H
in connection with Literary Depart-
ment. in the well-known whites, also in the
1893 -University m i11 - tax in- assortment of rich darker tone mixtures
creased from one-twentieth to one-
sixth of a mill. Ferry Field first which look like imported worsteds -
opened to students. Bradford stripes, Harlequin or two-color
1894-Waterman Gymnasium /stripes, pin-point mixtures' and hand-
erected. Summer courses inaugurat- 1 some solid shades. Get yours now while
ed.I
1895-Tappan Hall erected. Col- selections are at top form. Enjoy their
lege of Engineering established as smartness and economy today as well as
separate department, with Charles E. later.
Green as Dean.
1897 - Harry B. Hutchins, Dean of
the Law School, Acting President of
the University during President An-
gell's absence as Minister to Turkey.
Barbour Gymnasium erected.
1899 - Mill-tax increased to one-
fourth mill.
1900 - Homeopathic H o s p i t a l1
(now South Hospital) erected. Regu-
lar Summer Session established as Sre (1v v Lgdh
separate division, with Prof. John O. / j rge /s Serle
Reed as Dean.
1903-New Medical Building (now 309 SOUTH MA N STIlEET
West Medical Bulding) erected. 1 THE DOWNTOWN STORE FOR MICHIGAN MEN
1904 -Engineering Building erect-- - - ____=_=____=__==__

Coaching the Wolverine nine for
the past 17 years has been Ray Fisher,
former Major League pitcher with
New York Yankees and Cincinnati. In
1936 Michigan won the Big Ten
championship.
Football Second Oldest
Football is the second oldest sport
at Michigan, getting under way in
1879 with two games on the first
year's schedule. The opener with
Toronto resulted in a 0-0 tie, but the,
Varsity came back to defeat Racine
College, 1 to 0.
Michigan has been represented on
the gridiron every year since that,
time with the. exception of 1882.
Prominent in Wolverine football his-
tory was a record of 55 victories, one
defeat and one tie from 1901 to 1905
inclusive, with the immortal Fielding
H. ("Hurry-Up") Yost as coach; a
49-0 victory over Stanford in the firstl
Rose Bowl classic in 1901; and in
modern times under, Coach Harry G.
Kipke four consecutive Big Ten of
Western Conference titles starting in
1930 and national championships in
1932 and 1933.
Track, with Olympic champions in
Plans To Decorate
_City Announced
and the garden club will help these
people fix their homes.
The business men of the town are
asked to arrange their stock in the
neatest and most attractive mannert
possible and to use such decorations.
as they themselves care to install.
All the gas stations will be decorat-
ed with greenery, flowers, shrubs, and
flower boxes which will not be dam.-
aged by rain. It is hoped that the
attendants will dress in clean, neat
white uniforms, Mr. Hyde said.
State Street, Liberty Street, Wash-
ington Street, Huron Street and Wil-
liams Street will be lined on both
sides from Main Street to State Street
with arbor vitae

Wiil1' mngere,u OU ie nrst Ocia~l
r, ~ :I XI0 J~ Li 1.L i1.d 1876 - Pharmacy established as
University team was organized in sp7t dparm etaithP d A-
1921 with the Erie Y.M.C.A. winning separate department with Prof. Al-
lin the only meet of the season. beet B. Prescott as Dean.
iny. 1877 - English course established
Golf was founded as a Varsity Legislature cancelled original Univer-
sport by Prof. Emeritus Thomas C. sity debt of $100,000.
Trueblood in 1901, and Michigan ha;.'1 1878 - Athletic Association organ-
been victorious in 61 dual meets out ized.
of 71, with two ties. In late years 1879 - University salaries reduced
the Wolverines have monopolized the following effects of panic of '73. Mu-
Big Ten and have won two National seum built. First chair in science
Collegiate titles, , with individual and art of teaching in any American
champions in John Fischer, present University established, with William
National Amatue champion, and H. Payne as first professor.

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Chuck Kocsis.j
First Tennis Team
The "Northwestern Intercollegiate
Tennis Meet" went to the first Mich-
igan net team in history in 1894, but
success has been mediocre in recent
years. Hockey has been a Varsity
sport since 1( 21 with a good share of
Western Conference titles annexed.
Cross country dates back to 1919
when Michigan first ran in the Con-
ference meet, but the sport was drop-
ped in 1934. Fencing, organized in
1;27, fell out in 1933.
Basketball found a team at Michi-l
1(gan in 1909, but then it lapsed a'0;)in1
until the War and has been one o[
the most popular sports on campus
since. Wrestling joined the list in
1929 with a Conference winner.

1880- - Professor Frieze, acting
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