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VOL. IV.--NO. 150.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1894.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

AN ATHLETIC SCARE. quence." The lecture proved to
Reports that Bal Practice is to be be one of the finest and most enter-
Driven from the Campus-Not taining of the season. The pictures
Much Danger to be Appre- which the speaker gave of Patrick
hended.
Henry, Daniel Webster, Tom Cor-
To the great surprise of all base- win, Gough, Wendell Phillips, In-
ball enthusiasts, Director Baird, one gersoll (the Ingersoll of ten years
of the members of the board of con- ago) and Lincoln, were graphic in
trol, informed the managers of the the extreme, and finely touched
different class teams yesterday that with wit and humor. Dr. Fluhrer's
hereafter no match games could be lecture will be given next Monday

played on the campus. Such an
important announcement caused
consternation everywhere, and the
cause was at once inquired into by
a DAts.Y representative.
Mr. Baird's action was due to a
misunderstanding with one of the
other members of the board of con-!
trol. The high school and '95 laws
created such a disturbance on the
campus lasZ Friday that a member
of the board stated that a repetition
of the offence would bar all class
games from the campus. From this
it was understood that no games
could be played there.
No action has been taken, how-
ever, by the whole board, though
something will probably be done;
next Monday evening at the regular
monthly meeting.
President Angell stated that he
had no objection to practice games
being played, but had recommended
that no championship games be
played on the campus. Professor
Thomas seemed to have about the
same idea in regard to the matter.
The objection is caused by the
unusual disturbances at such games
caused by tin horns, shouting, etc.
Recitations in the medical and chem-
ical buildings have been greatly dis-
turbed.
The '94 Laws Defeated.
The game yesterday afternoon be-
tween the '94 laws.and a team com-
posed of players from '96 and '97
class teams, resulted in a victory for
the latter. Only four innings were
played, the score standing 7 to 4.
Honey and Coffin; Hannah and
Koenigsten formed the batteries.
Unity Club's Entertainment.
Instead of Dr. Fluhrer's lecture
on "The Tower of London" the
Unity club was given last night a
lecture by Rev. W. D. Simonds, of
Battle Creek, on "American Ora-
tors, their Wit, Wisdom and Elo-

evening, May 7.
The Ibsen Lectures.
Professor Thomas yesterday af-
ternoon in Room 24 delivered his
third interesting lecture upon the
works of Henry Ibsen to a good-
sized audience. The tragedy of
"The Warriors of Heligoland," was
discussed and criticized. Then
"The Pretenders,' one of Ibsen's
earliest comedies, was taken up and
critical analysis begun. The next
lecture will be given by Professor'
Thomas, Monday afternoon, and he
will give attention to the play of
"Brand," after finishing the "Pre-
tenders.''
Typhoid Fever.
The recent typhoid fever scare,
is probably, like all other panics,
short lived. There have been many
reports in regard to the number of
Gases in the city, varying from five
to sixty-seven, but the fact is there
are probably not over ten cases at
present. Dr. Vaughan has been
interviewed and says he has seen
none, and has heard of only five
cases. This is certainly not an
alarming state of affairs, as typhoid
fever prevails to a certain extent at
all seasons of the year.
There has been no analysis made
as yet of the water, but there will be
in a few days, the result of which
will be published in the DAILY. As
ninety per cent. of the cases of ty-
phoid fever, are caused by contami-
nated drinking water, we should be
sure that all drinking water is free
from disease producing germs, and
the only way to be absolutely sure
of this, is to thoroughly boil all
drinking water.
Co-Ed Annex Fund.
The amount of money on hand
for the co-ed gymnasium annex is
$r407.07. The money is, loaned
out and the interest added to it
every three months. The amount
at this time last year was $1352.00.

Trial of Christ. NOW ON SALE.
Prof. Jerome C. Knowlton de- The U. of -.'a't
livered his popular lecture entitled
By Lew H. Clement. Director of the Chequa-
"The Trial of Christ From a Law- megon Orchestra.
yer's Standpoint," to a large audi- Ts prettiest Waltz sise "Auf Ws'ieder-
ence last evening in the law lecture sehes.'
room, closing the series of lectures Heautifultsillyststrate title page. Everystu-
denst should buy asscepy.
delivered under the auspices of the
Students Christian association. 9 b OY'010 l(s
All students of Jewish history will 51 South Main St.
be glad to learn that this series of
lectures will be printed and offered
for sale in a few weeks. Among
many things he said: ''The trial of
Jesus is the greatest trial known in
the criminal law. Judas, who be-
trayed Jesus with a kiss, has been
most seriously criticized; his only
defense is his view which regarded When youwanttheLatestMetropolitanStyles
Jesus as a political leader. The tsas Arbor priae s tndtfo rCatalogue to
worst men of the community sought
and obtained judicial positkbn. 2R H FY FE& CO
The court was prejudiced against 1 v
101, 183-185 wooDwARD AVE.,
Jesus. He had been convicted DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN,
msonths before. Contrary to the
strict letter of the Jewish law, he
was tried during the stillness of the
night on Friday, the day of the
Passover, making the proceedings
void.
In spite of the old Jewish maxium 6 E. HURON STREET.
that "one shall not convict himself,' ias Mr.It. iW. Tibbals as operator,
he was ordered to testify against and if you atrial.ork give
himself. Pilate has been condem- FRESH ASSORTMENT
ed justly, but we should not be too -OF--
severe; he tried to save Jesus but 1OWsYbTET ig -
weakened on carrying out his con- Q QQ
victions. --JUST RECEIVED AT-
Why did not the people stone TUTTLE'S, - 48 S. State St.
Jesus to death? There is only one THE "WAVERLY" WHEEL
answer. They were afraid of the
common people. Weight, 28 pounds-with clincher (GJ. & .)
tires-for $85.00 is the sensation of the
Class Tax Committee. hur. see it in the window of
-_- BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
The following men have been
authorized to collect the '95 lit
class tax. Messrs. Austin, Brooks,
Bush, Kellogg, Mertz, Tiffany, Wil-
kins, Van Tuyle, Spear, Varian, BASE BALL GOODS
Spaulding, Foster, Louisell, Stan-
ley, Rosenbaum.
y a . .Suits and Gymnasium Sup-
Football Prospects.
Instead of a general secession from You are invied Is examine stad
our football team text fall, as was re-
ported, we shall have an unusually
large percentage of the old team AZTD
back, in fact the entire team almost
without exception. The coming UNIVERSITTYBOOKSTORE
season will be the greatest season
Michigan has ever had in football. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

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