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VOL. IV.-No. 149.
BOUND FOR WISCONSIN.
'The U. of M. Delegates to the Ora-
torical League Contest
at Madison.
Mr. William W. Vedemeyer
leaves this evening en route for
Madison, Wisconsin, where he is to
preside at the Northern oratorical
league contest on Friday evening.
Mr. Wedemeyer will stop at Kala-
mazoo and Chicago on business.
Letters received by him from
representatives of other colleges
indicate there will be a very close
and exciting contest. Delegations
will be present from Iowa City,
Evanston and Chicago. The Wis-
consin men report that there is
every prospect of a large attend-
ance. Regular headquarters for the
different delegations will be estab-
lished at the Park Hotel, the lead-

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1894.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

The last in the series of Sunday
morning subjects will be given next
Sunday by Rev. H. G. VanTuyl, of
Detroit, on "General Secretaryship
Work. On Sunday, May 13, Mrs.
May Wright Sewell, president of
the National council of Women,
will speak.
Will Aid the Team.
Several of the officers and direc-
tors of the Students lecture as-
sociation are heartily in favor of
giving a part of their surplus to the
baseball management for the express
purpose of helping to send the
team east. About one hundred
dollars will in all probability be
handed over to the baseball manag-
er. W
World's Fair Organ.

ing house in Madison. Professor The effort to secure the World'sf
Trueblood, F. P. Sadler, the orator, Fair Farrand - Votey organ has
and hi. L. Oliver, the alternate, will taken definite shape. Prof. Stanley,
leave for Madison on the Michigan who is always enthusiastic in the
Central, Wednesday evening, at advancement of anything in the
9:55. At Chicago the U. of M. musical line, has an agent traveling
party will be joined by the delega- throughout this state to secure the
tions from Chicago and Northwest- $15,ooo necessary to buy the big
ern universities. The professors of organ. The subscriptions to the
elocution from various institutions fund are very encouraging. Prof.
as well as some of the faculty mem- Stanley is confident that he will
bers will be'present at the contest. succeed, and that the organ will be
Preventedt by Rain. illpace in University hall at the
opening of college next year.
Saturday's game with the D. A.'
C. did not materialize. The D. A. Make-Up of Harvard Nine.
C. team was late in reaching the
grounds, and before they arrived The Harvard time is at present
there, it had begts to rain. Thse playing as follows: Scannell, '97, c;
ther, ithad egu to aid.TheWiggin, L. S., captain, .Highlands,
rain fell so heavily that it was soon a 'gn,., pn igisan
found necessary to give up the '95,an Perry, '97, p.; tickinson,
game. M anager Cadwell therefore C, , b.; W hittemore, '9, '97';
announced to the disappointed Cook, L. 5., 3 b.; Stevenson, '97,
c-S. s.; Paine, '94, 1. f.; Hayes, '96,
crowd that rain-checks would b .
c . f.; Winslowv, '96.; r. f.
issued at the gate good for a gaie.
with the D. A. C. on June 16, their Schedule of Games.
manager having agreed to that date. -
The schedule of home games is
Dr. Kellogg on Medicine. now filled, with the exception of

S. L. A. Election. NOW ON SALE.
The members of the S. L. A. met mi U At AT
Saturday morning at to o'clock in .I1..
their respective departments to elect Ry Leto H. Clement, Director of the chequa-
mena Orchestra.
delegates to the electoral college, le prettiest 9Wanltz sive "Ai WTieer-
which meets May 12, to elect the seuen."
officers of the S. L. A. board. Beautitully iiinstratei ltite, pave. Every stu-
The result of the election w a s desii souidiis iscepy.
follows: 7 rbol' 014al C'
Law Department-Messrs. W. T. 51 South Main St.
Webb, B. L. Oliver, J. D. Swanger,
M. L. Sullivan, W. S. Flint. .
Literary Department - W. M.
Mertz, J. B. Brooks, C. E. Wake-
field, F. C. Irwin, F. P. Sadler, J.
Q. Adams.
Dental Department-W. C. Kin-
ney.
The medics held a short meeting whenyouwnnttheLatest letropolitanstyles
i ld WC Bof $2.:$3. $4 or s<) Shoes at 50o to sI a pail less
and elected Wm. C. Brown. - thArann Arhor prices seu for Catalogue to
The laws were the only ones who
showed any enthusiasm in the elec-
tion, over 3oo being present. aA D E
_E101, 183-S5 -vO A.
Inland League Concert. DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
This evening at the Church of
Christ the Ann Arbor Banjo and
Guitar club under direction of Mell
Gillespie will give their second con-
cert of the season. Their first one
given some time ago in the opera 6 E. HURON STREET.
HaMrI. 1Ii. AN. Tibbali as operator,
house is no doubt yet remembered by asiI .if youwait sine xvok i ,e
those who had the privilege of being him a trial.
present. Tonight Miss Clara Mc- FRESH ASSORTMENT
Monagle, of the High School, will --"F-
assist them with several recitations. LOWNE
The program contains several very - OQO AGE5
beautiful numbers and an enjoyable --JUST siF is i1)x-
entertainment is promised all those TUT'LI'S, - 48 S. State St.
nsusically inclined who may be pres- THE "W VRLY" WHEE
ent. This musicale is given under
the auspices of the Inland League xveight2', is ipou s-with ilieseher ( &
tiIes-for $85.00 is the sensation of the
and the price of admission will as hourS lee it ill the window of
usual be ten cents. BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Laws vs. Norm al.MT 1 Y
The '95 law baseball team met e nJ

J. H. Kellogg, M. D., Supt. of
the famousBattle Creek sanitarium,
addressed a large audience of stu-
dents at Newberry hall yesterday
morning on the subject, "Medicine
as a Profession.'
Dr. Kellogg is well known both
as a writer on Medical subjects and
as a successful worker and his
words were listened to with a mark-
ed degree of attention. The service
lasted from 9:15 to 1o:3o.

one date. It is as follows: North-
wvestern, May 5; Kenyon, May .;
Illinois, May 12; D. A. C., June
16; Chicago, June 23.
Stopped by Rain.
Rain stopped the Cornell-Penn-
sylvania game in the fourth inning
Saturday, neither side having scor-'
ed. Yale, Princeton and Pennsyl-
vania are now neck and neck in
baseball.

the Normals Saturday afternoon at
Ypsilanti. One inning was played
and then the rain stopped the game.
The laws scored 5 runs in their in-
ning and the Normals were shut
out. Geo. Dygert, umpire.
Arraignment for Trespass.
The young toughs arrested Satur-
day for trespassing upon the Ath-
letic field, were being tried today
under a city ordinance. The DAILY
will give the result of the trial to-
morrow.

BASE BALL GOODS
Suits and Gymnasium Sup-
plies.
You are invited to examine stock and prices.
WAHR'S
UNIVERSITYBOOKSTORE
STATE STREET, AlN ARBOR.

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