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VOL. TV-No. 148. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1894. PRICE, THREE CENTS.
U. of MI. vs.D. A. C. Cutcheon was appointed chairman The Junior Promenade. NOW ON SALE.
Ganie to Begin at Three With Ho- of a committee to draft a constitu- rs T Ia ~
lister in the Box-Season bioo. Runs will be taken every The Junior Promenade opened l Th U.O f A. I WA! itl
Tickets on Sale. week and road races will forni a fea- the gym. last evening with the first
By Lew H.Cem eat,0 Director of the tqa-
Tody'sgane wth he . A C.tore of the club. Another meeting class social as yet held within the ,t a Ort.Sest a.
wsl ei rmtya 'lc.xiii be held next Saturday msorning building, which alone is at present Vi f e tieet UI las ate "4AJ lZoier7-
Season tickets for four or six games to adopt a constitution and to elect big enought5 coisdt h istttititta~tiipg Eeyt
wilhonslattetcewidwofficers. The prospects for a suc- numbers who seek enjoyment at Beuiul-is'tatetitl age.Eceyapt i
befre hegane egis.Ladescessful club are very hr ightt. these entertainments. Ninety-.five ,
beforethe gme beins. Ldies " iuet the occasion in a manner worthy 4 ;'t Yb1 ra
swill he charged for the first time Senor Glass Meets, of her psast. achtievenments, and has 5t South Maie St.
Today. A .ta il ieuscored a sttccess svlich '94 wsililsvork
'rt1) .C.tatsii u t Taesentior class mset tisstornitng hard to etiul in tlteir social to be
as stated is yestertday's I). t.i . to cotnsider a class tax anti the swear- edi ie at taa sx rd
The allig oder f otr tam iii ts of a caitastd gown.It. issatde- eveinig. 'th~e programis last night
bte as follos:s enttwortht, I. f.; clued to lecy a genearal tax iof three seeiety1rtsdothrso orl
Shiedsc. ., Sielear c. ~eas(1ollars, ss'hich scould entitle to all bountd by a yellowiansitueit cord ini
b.; Spitzer, a h., Itollister, p.;tprivilegcs durinig Comnsitcenentapacuntuertil'9sam d
Mc~iettie, srit.; Waterarn, r. f.; svweck excepts the senior reception,.ngu nst rot iieawr
Iteijile, s. . T'le price of tickets to this wsatftxedtsetutsbradte xrs.Te itvmntcaltstttutwuys
Tic oftia husedaes re otat ive dollars. isatronesses were: lMesdaumes J. IB. tlan Atm A-ito'ie eitt saeei
ytstetatot 'Pentthe 'Tae cap and gowvn question svas Angell, A. A. Salatey, P. P.. B. deof f"
games swill he as follos: North-theitn brought up and reconsidered. Pot,5' C 'aulits sd .
uestern, l tay 5; Ketnyon, 'May' sb;'l'he recoissitleratiotn sas lost and it Ptteerson. Dnuring the evening MNrs.R H F
Iliniwayas u decided to adoipt the caps sub- French-'Sheldotn appeared, escorted DETROQIT - t titanisa Act.
"'---- mittedt Iy the conmmittee. 'this swill by Pres. Angeil. 'T'tere scare shout _'
A Professional Cinch.
cost ahositone dollar anti sixty sixty couittes presents. Sandicches
'There lisa has been considerable casts. It wsa decided to let easchi and lenmonade wvere served by Pres-
axcitenient in S. IL. A. circles for meniher choose his oswnniateriat for tyntan. 'Tae Chequaiegoti orchses-
the last fesw days. 'Te tickets scare a gowsn. T'his sil cost frotit fise to tra furnished the music. It scas
counted 'T'hurstlay night anti it wsat seven tdotlars. Ptae class titan ad'-inearly 2 o'clock swien the dancers
found that the ptofessional depart- tournedu to steel again isexi Sattir- sepsarated, all convinceti that the ~ E UO TRT
metsswere entitled to sevatn alec- day msorning at 9 o'clock. Watermsan gyttastii7imhepac t EsM. itHURONiilutSTs~ET. tc
tortschile the Tits had hut six. The "+~.~------- ' for class socials. utif i you stantflne sworkcgiit
ills as a consequence have been Supumre Wt+-+-tm-t--ttt
hustling ever since to get in tickets Engineering Society.FEHASRMN
and are in a fair sway to usake otpthe 'ea rts'sbalgaaa asxaaa'tQ ___ it'
deficiency. 'T'he electors are dis' and '96 resulted in an ensay victory 'Tae un-sn'erngs' cityhela
trihuted in the various departnments for, '96. RoseinhauntCondton and imorat' eeig sievetning sit 0 0 1/D
as follows: lits, 6; laws m nedics, Bourland carried oft the fielding, Mr. C. IL. Ailor, 'p enginseer atid U'--Y,-ST 48ECIVED T t
ho;r dens, . 95,sciit Moey-nd48___S.___State_____ St._
;dnszsontors for 'g phleHye ad,5lawv, reati a niost inieresting ____________________
4Il aird did gooti work for their team. and valuable paper ott '.Mechanic'sTH "W ELY W EL
Entertained by Mrs.Al. Only five innings swere plityd, the it''Tt'Eatt.'A ttt "-ttti 'caite0.V
satire being as follnwss'
Mrs. May itreticisSheldon, the hesociety then iroceeded to fi'e;-ftea 585.00 is tien' tittiti ii the

noten Afrtcan expstorer, enter-
tamned a large audience at Friez
Menmoriai hail last evening, for octr
two hours, in her charming manner
wvhich has made her famous on the
lecture platform. Sn a shsort time
Mrs. French-Sheldon expects to
naske another trip to Africa. Dur-
ing her stay in the city she has been
entertained by Mrs. J. B. Angell.
After the lecture an informal recep-
tion was given at the house of Mrs.
Palmer, corner Division and Ann
streets.
Bicycle Club Organizes.
A meeting to organize a bicycle
club was held in the law building
this morning at so o'clock. M. H.

-s---_ ----- -o i 0 ot t lowinga result:Prs' AJ I. au
tattaet-at: Hocay ant!fintiu: kOtttetit: a tnrt. . I H u
itii-tti. brichs; vice-pres., A. L. IHarris;
-- " +---- ;corres. sec., 'T. 1). MN1cCall; rec.
Hobart Guild. sec., E.. N. Baldwin; tress., L. L.
Wheeler; librarian, G. D. Newton;

At the annual meeting of the Ho-
hart Guild held on Thursday, April
26i, the following students were
elected officers for the year 1894-
95. 'ice-pres., M~iss Nina M~. Hold.
en; recording sec., Mr. Harry T.
Nightingale; corresponding sec.,
Miss Alice Mii. Pond; treasurer, Mr.
Willard H. Hutchings.
Thcenmedics did not meet to elect
S. L. A. electors this morning.
The its elected 6, the laws 5, and
the dents z.

chairmaII "Technic " hoard, H. B.
Leonsard.
The following conmtittees were
appointed: Library comnmittee, C.
M. Eddy, '95; H. B. Keely, '96;
M. G. Barnes, '95; C. R. Beardsley,
97. Program committee, F. G.
Skinner, '95; J. F. Nickels, '95,M.
Lamont, '96; F. IS. 'Vickers, '97.
Announcement was made of the
engineers' banquet to be held in
Granger's ball Thursday evening,
May 3.

BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
BASE BALL GOODS
Suits and Gymnasitum Sup-
plies.
Yousara invited to eamie t octn a k atid prieas.
WAHR'S
UNITVER SITY BOOKSTORE
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

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