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April 26, 1894 - Image 1

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VOL. IV.-No. 146.
And Decide that Co-eds Must Pay
at all Baseball Games
This Spring.
Mr. Cadwell presented to the
board a very satisfactory report of
the southern and western trip, show-
ing a gain of $1Y8.84 over expenses
and money advanced by thse board.
After considerable discussion it
was decided to limit the sale of
season baseball tickets to members
of the association with the end in
view of thereby increasing the num-
ber of members next year. A ticket
with four admissions will be sold for
one dollar on presentation of an
athletic association ticket, and one
with six admission for $s.5o, when
accompanied by an association
ticket. These tickets are not trans-
ferable, and do not admit to Field
day or the Cornell game commence-
ment week. It was decided to
charge for ladies this season, giving
a ladies' day once or twice during
the season.
The track manager was instructed
to make further inquiries as to the
advisability of sending track men to
the Mott Haven games. An inter-
collegiate tennis meet of the west-
ern colleges, to be held at Ann Ar-
bor, has been proposed by some
western colleges. The board decid-
ed that such a meet was not advis-
able this year as the association has
no courts suitable for holding such
a meet, and paying the expenses of
visiting teams. Mr. Condon report-
ed that the campus courts were
being fixed as fast as possible and
would probably be ready for use
Free Missionary Library.
The call for money and books ii
order to place a valuable mission-
ary library in Newberry hall, has
met with a hearty response from the
various young people's societies and
churches. About seventy-five dol-
lars and many old books have been
secured. The most of the new
hooks have been ordered and may
soon be expected on the shelves.
They will form a reference and cir-
culating library, free to everybody.
An effort is now being made to
add to this library a large number
of the best books on city missions,
social settlements, and other lines
of home mission work. If those



who are especially interested in this
field will help, a valuable collection
is assured. A list of the most de-
sirable books has been prepared,
and may be found at the librarydesk
at Newberry hall. Those who wish
may pay the price of a book and
have it placed in the library with
his name in it as donor.
Junior Laws, 9; High School, 0.
Yesterday's ball game between
the '95 laws and high schools was a
very hot contest. The game was
marked by sharp plays and timely
hitting. Bently, who pitched for
the laws had his opponents complete-
ly at his mercy, allowing them only
five scattering hits. Evans and
Aaron led the laws in batting, while
Hartman carried off the honors for
his team.
Following is the score by innings:
Innings--........ 1 2 3 4 5 6 ; 89
'95Laws -......-0 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 1-0
Hilhischool-------- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Batteries: Bently and Drumheller; Hart-
man, Norris and Huber.
S. L. A. Constitution.
We print below the most essential
sections of the S. L. A. constitution
in regard to the election of officers.
See. 2. All oIicers of this association sliill
h elected by an electoral college which shal
meet on the second Saturdayoff May.
See.3, Students of the several departments
shall meet on the last Saturday of April and
choose by ballot from their number electors
in theproportion of oneto every fifty mem-
bers of the department and an extra elector
for every fraction above 25. In the appor-
tionment of electors should any department
'have less than 50 and more than 25 members
it shallentitle it toanelector.
See. 4. Aiuystudentof theU.oftM. holding
a season ticket shail be a member of the asso-
cfition for all purposes set forth in the con.-
stitution and by-laws.
Sec. 5. At the meeting of the Electoral Col-
lege, the tellers and clerks of election shall be
ichosen by a committee of three of the mem-
lers of the board of otiluers,selected by the
president. No two of the members of tie
board shall be iembers of the sam depart-
See. 6. The members of the board holding
the highest ofice shall preside in his depart-
ment: in case there is no member of the board
in any decartment a chairman may be
See. 7. 5I the distributioni 01the nine oali-
cersofthue Assciatiiii, thse literary depart-
ment shall have at least three oificers, the
law department at least two, the medical at
least one and the dental at least one.
Sec.8. Inthe elections heldpby each depart-
met tsrs eicte of electors a plurality of
votes suhllelect.
Some excitement was caused upon
the campus yesterday afternoon by
a dog fight. One of the animals
was killed in order to separate

Junior Promenade. NOW ON SALE.
Arrangements are about complet-
ed for the Junior promenade, to be The U, of VeIdl
held in the Waterman gymnasium By Lew H. clement.Director of the Cheiua-
by the class of '95 tomorrow even- il eon Orchestra.
ing. The following ladies have con- T7e/rettiest Waltu since "A.' f 1eder-
sente to at aspatroesses Mes
sented to act as patronesses: Mes- Beantifully illustrated title page. Every stu-
dames Angell, De Pont, Patterson, deiit shouldluy aicopy.
Vaughan and Stanley. Supper will 7 0;11 l OOgan C.
be served by H. G. Prettyman. The 51t aSt.
full Chequamegon orchestra has
been engaged for the event, and a -
brilliant social time is expected.
Baseball Practice on the Field.
Baseball practice was resumed
yesterday on the athletic field. Bat-
ting, fielding and base running con-
stituted the practice. Every base- Whenyou wanttheLatest MetropolitanStyles
of $2, $:3,$ 4 or $5 hhoes at 50c to $1 a pair less
ball enthusiast will rejoice to hear than Ann Arbor prices send for Catalooue to
that Spitzer has concluded to come
out for the team. He will be a f
great addition, as he is in fine con- ass-85 wODWAD AV
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dition and prepared to play good DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
It Was a Pleasant Trip.
The baseball teams met with the
best of treatment everywhere on
the recent trip except at Madison. 6 E. HURON STREET.
This was particularly so at Lexing- Has Mr. It. W. Tibbals as operator,
ton, Ky., where rain prevented the and if you want fine work give
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game. Mr. Shackleford, of the
Kentucky State college manage- F -OR
~-o F-
ment, exerted himself to the utmost
to make the day a pleasant one for
the visitors.
Postponement. TUTTLE'S, - 48 S. State St.
The organ recital by President THE "WAVERLY" WHEEL
Stanley at Frieze -Memorial hall, weight,es ounds-with clincher t(0. & )
. tires-ftr $85.00 is the sensation of the
which was to have been given this} lou,.Seeiin theswiidowoe
evening, has been indefinitely 'ROWN'S DRUGSTORE.
postponed. Prof. Stanley 's time is _R_ WN'__DRUG__TRE.
completely occupied with prepara- yay ME
ations for the coming May festival
of music, and the organ concert will I UE
not be given until after that event.-+ -
Mrs. French-Sheldon Lectures. BALL GOODS

Mrs. French-Sheldon lectures to-
morrow evening at 8 o'clock, at
Frieze Memorial hall. The lecturer
has gained an enviable reputation
as an African explorer, and her
achievements in that field have ex-
cited the admiration and wonder of
all civilized people. Her recom-
mendations as a speaker are excel-
lent, and a talk from her will be
well worth listening to.

Suits and Gymnasium Sup-
You are invited to examine stock and prices.

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