From the Lawrence Daily World for May 10, 1906: "Reports from Baldwin state that a number of the boys who went from KU to witness the baseball game between Baker and KU this week got drunk while in the Methodist town and made a disgraceful spectacle of themselves. If this is true, the local faculty should find the guilty parties and take appropriate action. : Mary Clark who has held a fellowship in European history at KU this year has been awarded a $600 fellowship in history at Bryn Mawr for next year. She is outstanding in her field. : The medical pavilion of the university school of medicine in Rosedale will be opened July 1, equipped to care for all the various sorts of nonsurgical cases. Many important facilities will be available. : Dr. Ida Hyde of the KU Medical School has been appointed to the staff of physiologists who conduct the postgraduate courses in physiology at the Marine Biological Station at Wood's Hall, Mass., during the summer."