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VOL. IV.-No. 140. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1894.
A GREAT SUCCESS. received as usual. Messrs. Reed, OUR SUCCESSORS.
Fischer and Williamson gave a very
UThe Indoor Meet a Credit to the at exibition on the bars. The Newly-Elected Board of Edi-
University.-Thoroughly Enjoy- xtors who will Control the Destiny
ed by Those Present. The event of the evening was the of-the Daily for One Year.
exhibition of wrestling given by
The indoor meet on.Saturday Reilly, national champion, and Bar-
night was the most successful ever clay, Detroit champion. They met
given in the U. of M. While the in three hard fought six-minute
crowd numbered less than five hun- bouts. In the first, a draw, the
dred, it was very enthusiastic, and wrestler gave a magnificent exhibi-
it is safe to say that hereafter the tion, showing all the falls and ways
indoor meet will be a prominent of getting out of them. The next
feature. two bouts were each won by Reilly
In the featherweight boxing, Nor- two minutes and a half. Through-
-is, '97 lit, won from Hubbard, '97 out the exhibition, the work was
lit, and Holmes, '97 medic, won brilliant, and the crowd went wild
from Work, special engineer. In with enthusiasm.I
,he final, Norris bested Holmes. The officers of the meet were G.
The lightweight boxing had but W. Kenson, manager; Prof. Patten-
two contestants, Cockett and Dun- gill, master of ceremonies; Mr.
can, both '95 laws; Cockett besting Keene Fitz Patrick, referee; Prof.
Duncan in three very interesting dePontreferee of fencing; Drs. Nan-
houts. crede and Lombard and Mr. Glid-
In the middleweight boxing, the den, judges of boxing; Dr. Nancrede
contest between Holliday, '94 law, and Messrs. Wagner and Dwyer,
and Wilcox, '95 lit, was close and judges of wrestling; Prof. Guthe and
tierce, the judges giving Holliday Messrs. Rogers and Swift, judges of
he decision. fencing; E. Batavia, timer; J. Con-
Larson, '94 law, easily won in the don, scorer.
'leavyweight boxing over Freeman, ---~
'94 law. These bouts brought out j The Law as a Profession.
some pretty good boxing. Prof. F. R. Mechem gave the ad-
In the featherweight wrestling, dress at Newberry hall on Sunday
Holmes met Ferguson, '94 law, and morning, on the subject, 'law as a
got a fall quite easily in twenty sec- rofession.''
ends. Law is indispensable. It is abso-
Vernor, '96 medic, threw Salter, lutely necessary to the life of the
'95 lit, in a seconds in the prelim- individual as well as to society.
inary of the light-weight wrestling. The administration of justice is con-
The final resulted in a fall for Mar- filed entirely to the legal profession.
indale, '94 lit, from Vernor, in e Lawyers heve had control of public
minutes, 46 seconds. and governmental affairs, and have
In the welter-weight wrestling, fought the people's battles for them.
Ford,. '95 law, threw 'dartindale, The profession offers great oppor-
'94 medic, in 30 seconds, and in the tunities for usefulness, for social and
final threw Martindale, '94 lit, in , political preferment, and for the ac-
minutes. . cumulation of wealth.
Middle-weight wrestling.--Mapes, The qualifications for success are,
97 medic, threw Michaes, '94 law, good health, good education, men-
in 30 seconds. Mapes and Ford tal fitness, (genius is more than a
met in the final, and Ford won in a capacity for hard work), and moral
good, hard bout. fitness. It is a libel on the profes-
Welter-weight boxing.--Ford won sion to say that knavery, chicanery
from Harmon, '94 lit, and in the and mere acuteness are elements of
final lost to Locke in a very clever- real success. No one should enter"
ly boxed round, the profession who has not a special
The fencing bout between Kuy- fitness for it, because the competi-
per, '95 dent, and Oluns, '95 medic, tion is too great and the field too
resulted in a draw. A very interest- full for anyone else to succeed.
ing rapier exhibition was given by
Rogers, '95 medic, and Swift, '9J Prof. Knowlton will lecture on
lit. "The Criminal Jurisprudence of the
The club-swinging by Reed, '94 Jews," in the law lecture room, to-
law, was a feature as enthusiastically night, at the usual time.
The annual election of the DAILY
staff of editors occurred yesterday
afternoon. The general meeting
was called to order by Managing
Editor C. A. Denison in the law
lecture room when the terms of
the election were explained and
the recommendations of the board
were made. A proposition to give
any surplus funds remaining with
the DoIive at the close of the year
to the Athletic association was dis-
cussed and laid over, after which
the different departments repaired
to their own meetings to conduct el-
ections. The laws completed their
work first by electing C. H. Towle,
'94; E. L. Evans, '95; 1?. Ii. Ham-
The lit meeting was called to or-
der by H. A. Spalding and D. F.
Wilson was elected chairman. Be-
sides the recommendations of the
board F. H. Willets, Minnie Thomp-
son and L. A. Pratt were noninat-
ed. Some time was spent in dis-
cussion of the manner of election
but it was decided to vote for all on
one ticket and the eleven having
the highest number of votes should
be declared elected. The election
resulted as follows: ). L. Lorie,'95;
J. A. Leroy, '96; %Vm. A. Mogk,
'97; Carrie V. Smith, special; F. P.
Sadler, '96; Harry Coleman, spec-
ial; S. B. Shiley, '95; Minnie
Thompson, '97; F. H. W'illets, '95;
L. A. Pratt, '96; M. A. Cutcheon,
In the meantime the medical de-
partment elected E. L. Martindale,
'94, and E. L. Niblack, '9-. No
elections were held in the dental or
homeopathic department as neither
is entitled to representation on the
board. The editors elect will ,meet
Tuesday night and organize the
The Graduate Club.
.The Graduate club will meet at
the home of Miss Pauline Wies, 51
Washtenaw avenue, tomorrow even-
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Profs. D'Ooge,
Thomas and Hempl will speak on
"The Trend of Present Investiga-
tion in Greek, German and Eng-
lish." All members are invited.
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