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\oL.. IV.-No. 122. IJNJYERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MOiNDAY, MARCH 19, 1894. PRICE, THREE CENTS.
FIRST OF TH-ESEASON. ma4 5 1;-8 GLEE AND BANJO CLUBS. EVERY U. OF M. STUDENT
Forty - Seven Candidates Tried.- 'Varstr -______0 1 0i 1 0 1 0i 1 1 A Very Successful and Entertaining r olbubucopy,'iof
Some Lively Work in Scrub -----------0 0 0 1 0 1 4 ' -85 Concert in Aid of
tne Boa.- Athletics.331
1-ttneeilracis-'5' ii rsity'?., Orru1)t1. .two base I
hitns-,'i'-.- i-un ubid-athreba sr- - fits-r i
ilichigan mnl had their first 011- IssSaecicSilsIreinrli The old saving that ''a prophlet is U at
Ilortulty to size up the -prospectsKri'ciIP.-ie1 1ilser,\lili'ri not witlhoutt ionor sate in Isis osns o cir yCewH.Cleet
for baseball on Saturdays, for forty-- 5 3ely 1Sie'lds n Ettnlc -1, Hotlair . 14Rus-coutntry"' stillnotbaisoyssapply as e .
seven were givens a trial inthe two llIrsnablbyHl-rlFeta 10 Shiciwalter KiucKuoe 1; lut by utier-ci --was demnsstrated by tse warm re- ii iyr6 i ll: d eta ire 'AiiJ .Ilticili
practice games. Iu . iie1.si 2-rt ci-110 eption tendered the Glee andI latsjo I e(u nsi Ji. liei -ii
No one had a reason to be discit- l K inn pa Ks c iirtui clubs on Saturday ighst at Unis-er- Y t
KiicI ut ili -13li n r si al. F o tefmiirstan
inlried witlsthe slosticinsOmade. Iit' udeaui i , ii d lt' leiit. lifis- st tal 5roat1elniia tausftSouth Main St.
Ii ble sttse of tte Itel cl lisie 1, 1Keneui t 5,iInci . I. G,11i1 I'1to)til
hies m ofte m n are 11ot ip lt .-.--.-.e <, 1itn. cI f tile I elios atsd Iblue"' o h
toi ile nsatndard, vet esvery positiont 'dytit It' hoes of old 'Atn Arbor''"
:i1 tie lean s lS tsoigil w'odn ilI H1emthes Law lts receiseilsiltithtitl
ri'1 li; lotit t0 insre I liti 5'rcoil- [- hite t'' ocrg pipen'scc N -, tteelnit.tlnl ap1pr1obatil ttiith If. of ilI.
Et.Ihis in esipecially- tue- olltile Icottludletiie.tlist, lptrtial -ti fl i l tb 1anar a ysi t til
iti 05ofcatchter aalilii'let, for tile U ii1.N oit-Marcit it or elaiers to Til t ~'ie programl 1.was0soighly
' itre t ater jiositlinielen lment'be read this semester inl 'C t 5a etitetrtaitigthat it stout l e iidi-
Cscrc tried Satitrday. Iin Latit Pitt l'erText o0 V 2 P -citlt ltecide whiichs tumtberastwere
littu turiinggasle tC pt~ttt Ilal 1-as'.' t'h eins ti-t ~best received. '"Midsw-y Pials.-ltle ltt nt
aniii loustcatcecrs steve tried. roomulam, at1i i30,. wsathde fentive of the esf'emtsg . o $' $;,$ o 5ehosat5co Ia i' s,
Amioisg tse catchners, Gates sitowed thse (General Nature e Rumns Its ie noe eersodd li~ ii rii il,. -c.lSellintl
illfirly wteil, while Fontd anel Obligations. Slay 4. H. i a1nis.Itile last being thse Persian Dance, by K
Cratwford did fair wort: in tite ilox. Thie Nature of Donttans'etialties. r Itillet swhichl brouittibdcownte
Mackeinzie at first, Colematt at M a y 23. ratik1). Aliatis. itoutse. to, 13-1S5 StvitctsrscuiArc1,
secoitd, Deatls at third anle Cotsdon 'ihe Romn TIheory cif -'ortge 'I'Siletly Steal Asway''wtas vies--'I TtkPOIT, - - I('t-IGAti.
ait shsort didi some good work. Mlay 2,5. 'T. 1). Sawtyer. etly eecuted atidswas thet source of
Tihere steve twos accidensts cdiring RomnCats -arliatsslii', - 1ne 6. usuchs iertritleist whietstilejoke was
thte game, a broikeintmask injauring I,.L. 1.ong. appiarent.
Ilvatta Iseadl, ansci Burnhaml's knee T'ie Rort1ntn Ititpct ' ris of Tile Hat Irill netver tgrowsss old,-
seicig injustedl at first. 1iberlas. Jusie S.6. 1-. -Newiton.anitueacoilteeiitsdic -
A croswd of over eight hutndreil-----f"--- ws hieightieneid by tile "rik'
r ain 'hc afiternsoon ganme, 51hltn teiiiMcillan Indoor Mee A''fet.e.Atistic Pi 5 E. HURON6
'Varsity ton from the scrub by a1Tetidido ts as hld Tise woark ofutheBgnaoheub Si
:score of eighst. Six 1pitchsers wcere Thtiiuinorcnetnalui ofaIiiolielcio"sstb FRESH ASSORTMENT
tried, each for three innings, anod - 'uthe Me-lillai gymnasitt1 Satur- Iofahg character tblrotieboti. -F
lu-u catchers on earls side eitided tiurday afternoons. lThe folloioslg 'ihe tripptiung melody of "Bheaui Ideal I,Q W I FT te~s~lo
the "ante betsween them. It is as wtere thse events and winners: March"'' uas especiallyy pleasing. .
yet too early to give individual cr11..it-FO OI-
cinsbttefloigtbltd Running highs kick-Coffin, first " On Thle Trip Galop" called forth -.,1s zclitvA-
score still gise some idea of the at 8 ft. 6 in.;t Abercrombie, second. severa nors U'r L p.", 48 S. State St,
shovwing made: Pull up on horizontal bar-Aber- The daubs are evidently up to the
- 'ASTYa crombie, first, 17 tinmes. standard of formser clubs, and cevry THE 66WvAVERLY"5 WHEEL.
T_ H -0A Standing broad jump-L~e Roy, loyal student of thte I. of M., after Wug, in-wttiiiIt&I
StieSliau ,- 30004: first, IO ft. z in.; Hutchlinson sec- hearing Saturday evening's prograns, lie-oriir 5.OO,0 is th cnaineof th
Aphiero __2 0 'jt ond0 cannot but be proud of our niusical it0uuu4u ad.hur. Set it in the wiidcow ci
Ktuosuciuu ,ii5_1 Stadin hop, step atud junmp-organizations. B O NSD U T R
tilarisa, 1 b__4i a 0 1i Le Doy', first, 29 ft. 6 ilt.; Hutch- The Aioha Nu Program.
SVtslcrith 2b.3 1 I1 tinson, second.
ri 2etu 0 5ua i1 t The Alpha Nu held an interesting ~J
fr-bse " 0- 2 u Marriage and Divorce. progranm Satsrday afternoon in IRT I T : IY
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Sbieluc f__3 0 Cean J. C. Knowliton will lecture ront 4. - - .
his-ist fl-eveing-t4Sodor-,bforethe Mr. Lipson in an inmpronmptu
thi eenngat oclck beor te CEBALL GOOD
Inan leaneon"on -liciingave some very valuable au g BASE K ,
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Phases of our Marriage Laws."
E. The subject will be divided under
othe following heads: The pronmise,
0the marriage contract, the marriage
ostatus, property rights, divorce and
-foreign divorces.
The speaker will refer particularly
o to the curious phases of the law in
0the different states and will call at-
o tention to the inconsistencies and
-incongriuties arising out of our
S present system.

cial Life at the U. of ALt" The
dehate on repealing the Inconie Tax
feature of the Wilson bill was hotly'
contested by Messrs. Reek and
Mertz for the affirnmative while
Redick and Tiffany stood for the
negative. The decision was in
favor of the negative. Mr. Watson
read an interesting essay on "Life
and Immortality." At the business
meeting which followed, Sadler on
account of overwork tendered his
resignation as Peesident and Kroeze
-was thereupon elected to that office.

Suits aud Gymnasiusm Sup-
plies.
You are inested toIcine stcki and prices.
IWAHR'S
UNIV7ERSITY BOOKSTOREg
STATE STRERT, ANN ARBOR.

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