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Death of President
Shadow Over
Jan. 6-Announcement of engage-
ment of John F. Maulbetsch, '17P, to
Miss Ida Cappon of Holland, Mich.
Jan. 7-Rhodes Scholarship award-
ed to W. A. Pearl, '16.
President-Emeritus Angell cele-
brates eighty-seventh birthday.
Jan. 8-Harold F. Korn, '16L,
drowns in Huron river.
Jan. 12--Frederick Palmer, war cor-
respondent, lectures in Hill auditor-
ium.
Jan. 15-Athletic association secures
Harry Tuthill as football trainer.
Jan. 16-Dr. William Rosenau, pres-
ident of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, speaks in Union
church services in Hill auditorium.
Jan. 20-Ignace Paderewski, compos-
er, gives concert in city.
Jan. 28-Dr. John Reed, formerly
dean of the Literary College and head
of the Physics department, dies.
Jan. 27-Lee Joslyn, '17, returns
from Ford peace expedition.
Feb. 11-J-Hop given in the gym-
nasiums.
Feb. 23-Elbert S. Bryant, '19, killed
by Michigan Central train near Bar-
ton dam.j
Painting of Dean Victor Vaughan by
Gari Melchers unveiled.
Feb. 24-Rear Admiral Robert E.
Peary and General Leonard Wood

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speak in Hill auditorium.
March 7-All-Nation Revue
in Hill auditorium.
March 11-William Jennings
lectures.
March 15-"Tres Rouge,"
opera, given.

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Congregationalists Banquet Jan. 171
Congregational students will give a
banquet at 6 p. m. Wednesday even-
ing, Jan. 17, in the church parlors. One
of the purposes of the banquet is the
formation of a definite organization,
and election of officers for the second

semester.
Tickets may be secured from mem-
bers of the students' commission or at
the church office.
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Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co., Phone

March 18-Inlander re-established'
as literary magazine.
March 26-Bishop Charles Williams,
preaches in St. Andrews church.
April 1-Michigan defeats Wiscon-
sin by unanimous decision in Mid-
west league debate.1
April 2-President-Emeritus J. B.
Angell, dies.
April 18 - The Michigan Daily
awarded first prize in editorial contestY
between the members of the Eastern
Association of College newspapers.f
Verne Burnett, '17, author of winning
editorial.3
April 23-Busrah campaign opens. 1
April 27 - Cercle Francais gives
play, "Miquette et Sa Mere."e
May 5 - Michigan 1916 baseball
team suffers first defeat at hands of 1
Syracuse by score of 3 to 0.
May 7-Prof. John R. Allen of the o
Engineering college, suffers loss of
right eye. G
May 12-Taylor conference on sci-
entific management opens. p
May 16-Seniors hold annual Swing- l
Out.
The Michigan Daily baseball team
defeats Gargoyle team by overwhelm- p
ing score.
May 17-Frieda Hempel, soprano R
soloist, appears in first concert of May s
Festival.
May 18-Opening of engineering, i
chemistry, and science exhibits.
May 20-Join McCormick gives sec-L
ond concert of May Festival.
May 21-Michigan wins track meet d
with Leland Stanford, Jr., University. c
May 25-Prof. David Friday resigns
from political economy faculty. c
May 26-Grant Cook, '17L, elected
president of Student council. a
May 30-Students take part in Mem-
orial services. A
University Senate forbids mid-week m
dances. i
June 1-All-campus election day. th
June 2-Cap night.
June 3-Mass meeting in Hill audi- U
torium to present "M's."
June 10-Boat club regatta given on
Huron river. P,
Oct.3--Lit enrollment largest in
history. Pr
Oct. 8-Michigan football team de- 10
feats Case, 19 to 3. hi

F Angell Throws
Campus Year 1914
Oct. 10-Michigan Union starts can
paign for new members.
Oct. 11-Union starts work on ne
building.
Oct. 12-Michigan defeats Carrol
54 to 0.
Louise Homer gives concert in Hi
Oct. 13-Fourth annual convocatio
in Hill auditorium.
Angell Memorial day observed 6
Michigan Union site.
Oct. 14-More than 800 members s
cured by Michigan Union in campaig
Oct. 15-Michigan defeats Mt. Unio
26 to 0.
Oct. 17-J. Frank Hanly, prohib
tionist candidate for president, talks.
Oct. 20-Monster mass meeting hel
in Hill auditorium before M. A. (
game.
Oct. 21-Fresh-Soph rush at Ferr
field.,
Oct. 22-Michigan defeats M. A. C
9 to 0.
William Jennings Bryan speaks a
Weinberg's coliseum.
Oct. 23-Billy Sunday speaks o
"booze" in Weinberg's coliseum.
Oct. 25 - Lincoln Steffens, note
journalist, talks.
Hughes and Drys win straw vote on
campus.
Oct. 28-Michigan defeats Syracuse
14 to 13.
Nov. 2-Richard Le Galliene lectures
in University hall.
Nov. 3-Band Bounce held in Hill
auditorium.
Nov. 5-Michigan defeats Washing-
ton, 66 to 7.
.Nov. 8-A. V. Livingston, '18E, head
of victorius team in Union campaign.
Fritz Kreisler, violinist, appears in
Hill auditorium.
Nov. 12-Cornell defeats Michigan,
23 to 20.
Nov. 15-Sir Rabindranath Tagore,
Hindu poet, talks in Hill auditorium.
Nov. 18-Pennsylvania defeats Mich-
igan, 10 to 7.
Michigan wins state cross country
meet.
Nov. 23-Womnen's Vocational con-
ference opens.
Annual football smoker held in
Weinberg's coliseum to give out foot-
ball letters.
Nov. 28-"Spotlight" vaudeville giv-
en by Michigan Union.
Dec. 6-Francis Neilson lectures in
University hall.
Dec. 7-Pat Smith elected captain
f the 1917 football team.
"Worsted Man" given by the Girls'
Glee club and Masques.
Dec. 8-E. A. Baumgarth, '17, ap-
pointed managing editor of The In-
ander to take place of F. F. Nesbit,
17, resigned.
Dec. 9-Christmas goodfellow cam-
'aign starts.
Dec. 10-Board in Control of Ath-
etics assures basketball as Varsity
port at meeting.
Dec. 12-Ossip Gabrilowitsch, pian-
st, gives concert.
Dec. 13-Prof. J. C. Knowlton of the
aw school, dies.
Housewives league appeal to stu-
ents to help them in combating high
ost of living in Ann Arbor.
Dec. 15-Glee club gives Christmas
oncert in Hill auditorium.
James Schermerhorn, Jr., '18, wins.
nnual University Peace contest.
Dec. 16--University students, Ann
rbor housewives, and citizens hold
ass meeting in high school auditor-
im to discuss high cost of living in
e city.
Dec. 19-Goodfellow smoker at
nion.

Union opera committees announced.
resbyterian Services at High School
Sunday morning services of the
resbyterian church will be held at
:30 o'clock in the auditorium of the
gh school, State and Huron streets.{

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H. T. Cohn. Taken by mistake from
M. C. train from Chicago, Wednes-
day afternoon. Substantial reward
if returned to 604 E. Madison St.
Phone 410. 5
LOST-A leather watch fob and gold
charm, either on State Street or on
the campus. Finder please leave at
825 E. University Ave., and receive
reward.5-6
LOST-A suit case; dropped off taxi
on State St. near M. C., Wed. night.
Please return to Daily. 5
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Dr. Clyde B. Stouffer of the Univer-
sity health service, operated on during
the holiday season, is convalescing and
will be released from the homeopathic
hospital toward the end of the week.
Alfred H, Geen, '20E, a scarlet fever
victim, and Justin Powers, '19P, at-
tacked with measles, were removed to
the University hospital yesterday
morning.
On the week beginning January 1,
Dean M. E. Cooley will be in New York
to attend a meeting of the board of
directors of the American Society of
Civil Engineers. While there he will
attend a dinner of the American In-
stitute of Consulting Engineers.
Walle W. Merritt, '12L, a former
president of the Michigan U.nion, spent
a few days in-Ann Arbor renewing ac-
quaintances last week. Mr. Merritt is
now a member of the law faculty of the
University of Oregon.

gress in Washington, D. C. Mr. Koch
will sail for Europe January 6 in the
interests of the congressional library.
UNION FOSTERS SUCCESSFUL
VACATION ENTERTAINMENTS
A number of successful entertain-
ments were held at the Michigan Union
during the holidays. On Dec. 27 Presi-
dent Harry B. Hutchins entertained
the highway engineers at a luncheon.
An informal dance was held New
Year's eve for the Michigan alumni
of Ann Arbor and the University fac-
ulty. Prof. George W. Patterson,
chairman; Dr. F. R. Waldron and Mr.
Fred McCumber composed the commit-
tee.
The regular Union Saturday night
dances had the largest attendance in
a number of years.
RECEPTION FOR REV. ELLIOTT
AT UNITARIAN CHURCH TONIGHT
The second reception this season
will be held at the Unitarian church
tonight from 7:45 to 11 o'clock. Prof.
and Mrs. Langley and Prof. and Mrs.
Lombard will receive for the church.
The Rev. Frederic M. Elliott of Bos-
ton, the national president of the Uni-
tarian Young People's society, for
whom the reception is given, will
speak at 8:30 on "The Work of Our
Young People's Societies." The even-
jng will end with dancing in the
guild hall.
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Harold Butts, son of Professor and
Mrs. W. H. Butts, has sold his fruit
farm in the Grand Traverse region
and has returned to Ann Arbor, where
he will enter the real estate and in-
surance business.
Mr. Theodore W. Koch. formerly
chief librarian of the University Li-
brary, has been appointed chief of the
order division of the. library of con-

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