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VOL. IV.-No. 153.



NORTHWESTERN TOMORROW. The latter is entitled "Men That
Tomorrow's Game will be a Close Michigan can do without." and con-
One.-The Makeup of tains a number of hits. The car-
toon faithfully pictures the delights
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock of spring from the college man's
-the baseball season will open on standpoint. Mr. Campau furnishes
our home grounds, when North- some excellent drawings, and Mr.
western will meet our team for the Galbraith deserves praise for his
second time this year. The rain conversation sketch.
checks issued last Saturday will be The jokes and short verse are ex-
received at the gate. cellent throughout the number.
Northwestern's team in our game
with them at Evanston was as fol- '96 Wins from '35,
lows: Kedzie, c.; Griffith's, p.; The four inning ball game yester-
Leesley, z.; Bass, 2 b.; McWil- day afternoor between '96 and '95
Hams, 3 b.; Cooling, ss.; Price, if.; resulted in a victory for '96; the
Barnes, cf.; Mackey, rf. Some score standing 6 to 4. Rich and
changes will probably be made in Austin were in the box for their re-
their team when they meet us to- spective teams, the work of each
morrow, however, Griffiths and being fairly good.
Kedzie will be the battery. A large crowd witnessed the con-
The following will be our team: test, and from the quiet manner in
Hollister, c.; Krogman, p.; Mac- which they watched the progress of
kenzie, z b.; Spitzer, 2 b.; Deans, the play, one could easily see that
3 b.; Pepples, ss.; Wentwo.th, if.; the orders in regard to playing on
Shields, cf.; Waterman, rf. Smelt- the campus were sure to be observed
zer's absence has made it necessary in the future.
to put Hollister behind the bat.
Watermann has now been added to Freshmen Wire Pulling.
the team also. Sn
As to the game itself, predictions turday morning at 9 o'clock,
occurs the election of editors for
are not entirely safe. In our game the '97 Oracle. For the past week
with Northwestern at Evanston, our
team hit Griffiths quite well, and he there has been great interest taken
athe choice of the board. No
was somewhat wild, as of old. Hol-
lister was a complete puzzle to less than five factions are hard at
woste fas ahi resppcete plazz ectn-
Northwestern's batters, but one hit work for their respeclive slated can-
being made off him. With the didatesand every freshman is receiv-
changes in our team and the ccc- ing calls on all sides to support one
tainty that Northwestern will pre- of the slates.
sent the strongest team possible, we A Rare Plant.
will have to play ball to win.
The following is Northwestern's Prof. Kelsey's class in archaeology
batting order: Kedzie, c.; Bass ab.; went in a body yesterday afternoon
Griffith, p.; Jenks, if.; Barnes, c : to examine the fine acanthus which
McWilliams, 3 b.; Cooling, sF. Mrs. Elisha Jones has raised from
Reimess, x b.; Lewis, rf. the seed. The plant which is cor-
smon to Italy and Greece is rarely
Wrinkle Out Today. seen in this country, and is a great
--- curiosity to the Greek and Latin
Michigan's funny paper again students.
makes its appearance today, and is
a good number in every way. The Ninety-four Scholarship.
Among the literary articles worthy -
of special attention are Mr. Kel- There will be a meeting in roon
logg's "Spring;" "A Lame-ent," A Saturday, May 5, at 9 a. m., to
and "A Tale of the Town," by Carl take action on the '94 memorial,
Blake. C. W. Francis, '89, offers scholarship. It is authoratively
another compilation of bright stated that over $700 has already
"Wrinkles," while Karl Harriman been raised on the fund.
writes some bright verse.
Mr. Wagner seems to carry off There will be a Pupil's recital
the artistic honors, doing the double- Saturday afternoon, May 5, at 2
page cartoon and a full page sketch. o'clock, in Frieze memorial hall.

The Oratorical Contest. NOW ON SALE.
This evening occurs the fourth
annual contest of the Northern The U. of M .W alt
Oratorical league at Madison, Wis- By Lew H. Clement, Director of the Chequa-
consin. Special interest attaches to meon orchestra.
this contest because Chicago uni- Tie prettiest Waltz sisce "Af Wieder-
versity for the first time sends a sehen."
Beautifuiiy ilustrated title page. Every stu-
representative. detit shouid buy a espy.
Northwestern university will be 7C
represented in the contest by John 'l
M. Ericson. Mr. Ericson graduates 51 South Main St.
this year; he is a finished scholar,
an able writer, but is weak as a
speaker. The subject of his oration
is "The Mission of the American
Bernard G. Mattson, president of
the league, will represent Oberlin.
He has taken several first prizes in
oratory at Oberlin and promises to When youwanttheLatest lletropoitanStyles
y p ofn$s, $3, $4 or $ Shoes at 50c to 1 a pair less
be a strong contestant. His subject than Ann Arbor prices send for Catalogue to
is "Anglo Saxon Supremacy '
Geo. C. Fracker, of Iowa univer-
sity, won third honor in the league 101. I83-18 WooDwAD AvE.,
contest at Oberlin last year. His DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
subject this year is "The Tribe of B
Alonzo R. Smith, of Madison, is
a clear-cut thinker and a vigorous
speaker. His subject is "The Pre-
datory Rich.'
Elisha M. Lake, a lit and divinity 6 E. HURON STREET.
student, will represent Chicago uni- Ias Mr. I. W. Tibbals as operator,
and if you ant fine work give
versity. His subject is " The tim a trial.
Americanism of Lincoln." He is a FRESH ASSORTMENT
thorough and wide-read plan and a -Or-
pleasing speaker. V N +=
Our own representative, Frank P. Q O -C§
Saddler, although a '96 man, has - ECEA-
had as much or more practice in 'LL E'Sru:, - 48 S. State St.
oratory as any of the contestants.
Alpha Nu-Adelphi Joint M eeting. E h V Epns w )l HEG &
____- ipt , 2. p ih liiher(.0 4..
The Alpha Nu and Alelphi lit- tires-for$ 85.00 isft, sensation of the
erary societies hold a joint meeting hour. see it in the window of


Saturday night in room 4. The fol- BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
lowing excellent program has been

S . Music.
2. Paper, F. S. Atwood.
3. Recitation, Miss Gilbert.
4. Music.
5. Debate: " Resolved, That
our humorous and literary periodi
cals do not meet the needs of the
university. Affirmative, Messrs.
Church and Danser; negative,
Messrs. Taylor and Mertz.
6. Poem, Mr. F. P. Daniels.
7. Music.
Participants in the Inter-society
contest will be chosen at the busi-
ness meeting.
The press banquet has been post-
poned from May 1ith to 25th.

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Stits and Gymnasiutm Sup-
You are invited to examine stock and prices.

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