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April 12, 1894 - Image 1

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VOL. IV.-No. 143.


HON. ROGER Q. MILLS. from leadinguniversities of the West,
theprmesofteshm ae
The Author of the Mills' Bill Will Ap-t promoters of the scheme are
pear In the S. L. A. Course confident it will be a success and
This Evening, will become an annual event, similar
Mr. Mills is no stranger in Ann to the intercollegiate meeting in the
Arbor, for his able work as a public East.
man and especially in the United Cap-and Gown.
States senate and house of repre- A committee of the senior literary
sentatives is too well known to need class has been appointed by Presi-
any lengthy description. A few dent Lyons to canvass the class on
facts regarding his career may not the question of the wearing of caps
be out of place however. and gowns. This committee has
Roger Q. Mills, of Corsicana, sent out circulars and postal cards
Texas, was born in Todd county, to all members of the class, request-
Kentucky, March 30, 1832; removes ing immediate replies to the follow-
to Texas in 1849; is a lawyer; was a ing questions: Do you favor the
member of the Texas legislature in adoption of cap and gown by the
x859 and 86n; was colonel of the senior literary class? Do you agree
Tenth Texas regiment; was elected to wear cap and gown if adopted by
to a position in the house of rep- a majority of the class? When
resentatives in 1873 and continued would you wear cap and gown,
until lie resigned to accept the po- through May and June, or Con-
sition of United States senator, to mencement week only? How ex-
whichlie was elected March 23, 1892, pensive a gown do you prefer? An-
to succeed Hon. Horace Chelton, swers are being sent in promptly,
rho had been appointed by the Gov- and the result will be known in a
ernor to fill the vacancy caused by few days.
the resignation of Hon. John Ht. Freshmen Excited.
Reagan till the meeting of the legis- !
lature; took his seat March 30, All tie fressssn wto aspire to
shine in social circles are on the
892. His first term expired March
4, 189,, but he was re-elected and vrpt vrantc hc p
4 snsowlssstp1strsasinr-etecteanpeared on the bulletin board yes-
terss nosy expsires in 1899. Mrl.
terday, inviting all but freshmen to
Mills will address the students
tle '96 social tonight. A goodly
this evening on "TIhomas [effer-
number of sophomores have at-
son and the Pr inciples of Free tended the socials given during the
Government. g . year by '97, and already a number
Western College Games. of freshmen have purchased tickets
for the event tonight, which bids
The Chicago Athletic association fair to be one of the most brilliant
has gone ahead making arrange- class socials yet given. The general
mets with prominent western col- feeling now is that the notice was in
leges and universities for the track the nature of a bluff, and that fresh-
and field meeting to be held in C1fi- men will be admitted the same as
cago this spring. members of other classes.
It is proposed to hold, on June 2.--
a meeting open to all colleges in the Engineers' Banuet
West. The events will include too, The fourth annual banquet of the
220, 4o, 88o-yard and -mile runs, engineers will be held about May
-mile walk, t2o-yard high and 220- 3d, '94. The following committees
yard low hurdle races, running high have been appointed by Mr. Palmer,
and broad jumps, pole vault for president of the Engineering soci-
Height, throwing 16-pound hammer ety:, .
and putting the same weight shot H. H. Eymer, 94, chairman.
and n-mile bicycle race. These Invitation Committee. - H. E.
events are the same as those of the French, '94, E. C. DeWolf, '95, L.
eastern games and a comparison of G-Lanont, '96.
Reception Committee. - K. L.
the records made at the two meet- Aesp'4, C ohnson, m .
ings will be of interest. The only Olmstead, '97.Jho '5,D
difference is that the bicycle race is Arrangement Committee. - .
changed from two miles to one Quinn, '94, A. M. Haubrich, '95,
mile. M. Lamont, '96, A. L. Harris, '97.
Prom the replies so far received Toastmaster.-Fred. Sager, '94.

Vacation Trip of the Baseball
Team.-Make-up of I . A
Our Nine.
'ytLe H.CleentDireo >f the Chequ-
ne anOrchesta
The disagreeable weather of the he prettioest1 Waltz s ji lee "AfWeder-
past week has interfered somewhat sehet.
with baseball practice, but it is hop- Iteatstifully illustrated title page. Every stu-
ed that the two days yet left will af- d ss y (co5
ford an opportunity for bringing the I'bI' ol1al (:.
team into better condition for the 51 South Main St.
spring trip. No practice game was
played yesterday, but attention was
directed mainly to the infield.
The team will start on its spring
trip on Saturday morning, and its
first game will be that afternoon with
Ohio Wesleyan university, at Dela-
ware, Ohio. Twelve men will be
taken on the trip, which will last WhenYouwanttheLatesttoetropoitanStyles
until A pril 2. The men and their of $:, $3, $4 or $5 Shoes at 50c to $1 a pair less
than Ann Arbor prices send for Catalogue to
positions are as follows:
C. B. Smeltzer and R. Apperson,
catchers; J. W. Hollister, G. W. 01 l- wstAc
.lently and H. It. -rogman, pitch- 101, 183-185 WOO-WARIAN., =
ers; W. D. Mackenzie, s b.; R. IE.Dl
Russell, 2 b.; E. V. Deans, 3 b; NV.
W. Pepple, s. s.; L. J. Wentworth,
1. f.; I. C. Shields, c. f.; and right
field will be filled by the change -
pitchers, with G. J..Cadwell, substi-
tute. Capt. Shields expects to get iir. It 55w. TIIIIIALS, T l1opertor for A . 5-
lor , w lllbe I sere londla. A c sr ith. ll t
his arm in shape to allow hii to our I s-esn s - for sittings son ll;s po -
play during the latter part of the
Just how we are to fare on this~~--
trip is a question rather difficult to OW NET&-=
settle. With the exception of North- Q+ 0O0LA, ;
western, Illinois and Wisconsin uni- l EIs V EDT
versities, it is almost inpossible to 1, TTE'M, - 48 S. State St.

estimate the strength of the teams
we shall meet. So far as can at
present be judged, Northwestern,
with her battety of Griffiths and
Iedzie, will be the strongest team
we shall meet. ioth Illinois and
Wisconsin have good teams, how-
ever, and Illinois, at least, has had
the advantage of careful practice.
It is difficult also to predict just
how strong will be our own teas's
showing. So far our team has had
but practice games, and it must be
confessed the playing has not been
so uniform as it should have been.
A ready reason for this may be
found in the fact that the weather of
the past month has seriously inter-
fered with regularity of practice.
The work of the next two days and
of the first few games will have a
wholesome influence upon the team
and we shall expect to report a suc-
cessful trip.

W('i t, *! Pouni-withclinc shers t. &.1)
tire-for$ 5.00 is the se nsatio of the
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