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Day
9
Month
April
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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The Fallad ium is schelduled to apyear tc-day. Tho senior social has beea postponed uutil this evening. The March number of the Alumnus ame out last week. The Univ. calendar for 1895-6 will be ent in about two weeks. Brutus was well presented by J. H. liays in the play last Monday night. W. C. Huil made a splendid Mark Antony in the play of Julius Caesar last Monday night, The Opera House was packed by adLDiririg spectators to hear Julius Caesar last Monday night. A Germán Club has been organized among the leading fraternities. The lub will hold meetings eíioh Thur&day Ovening. The faculty of the Homeopathie defartment will give abanquet to the students in that department this evening. The membors of last year's comedy elub who are in the Univ. this year, will probably reorganiza and produce a new play some time in May. Prhiceton will soon celébrate its loOth annivorsary. Fres. Angelí hasreceived an invitation asking that the U. of M, end a representativo on that occasion. At the annual meetingiOf the athletic assoeiation held last Sdturday. J. H. . Prentiss was elected president; C. O. Cook, vice president; E. H. Humphrey, treas. E. D. Reynolds was the successful candidate in the contest for the appoiDtment as orator for tte class day exercises of the senior lavr claes at ommencement time. Tho first base ball game of the season ■was played last Saturday on the Athletic grounds. The U. of M. team had easy work in defeating the M. A. C. team by a score of ?0 to 6. J. M. Perkina, of Harvard was elected president of the American Republican College League at Chicago last week. Mr. E. C. Lindley, the U. of M. oaudidate doe3 uot seem to have had any show. Manager Whitnoy, of the Datroit Opera House has given the use of the house free of charge for the presentation of Julius Caesar by the students' company, the proceeds of which are to go to the Woman's Gym. fund. The Glee and Banjo Clubs are ing wroth over the action of the ad. ministrative board of the Univ. in refustng to allow them to give a concert in Jackson Tuesday night. The boys had either forgotten or neglected to ask permission to leavo the city a 6ufHcient nuinber of days In advance, and whea they reached the depot they learned that consent had been refused. The concert had been advertised quite largely and their failure to appear will involve considerable loss. The Woman's ed i tion of The Inlander ame out yesterday. The contenta are : The Woman's League, Louise B. Stickney: Movement for a Woman's Building, Octavia W. Butes; The Woman's Building, Katherine Reed: The Ann Arbor College Girl, Nellie F. Anderaoii ; Dr. Eliza A . Mosher, Sara S. Brown; How Michigan University was Opened to Women, Alice B. Wood; Early Days of Co-Education, Mary L. Walker. Some of Michigan's Alumnae, Euretta A. Hayles; Sketch of Mra. James B. Angelí; Ann Arbor Through Chinese Eyes, ida Kahn ; Ateletic Education for Women, A Symposium by twenty-six contemporary writers, Miss Gertrude Buck, The number contains fine halftone ecgravings of Mrs. James B. Angll and Dr. Eliza M. Mosher, the ne w Womaa's dean of the literary department. Copies for sale at the book stores. Price 25 cent?,