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VOL. IV.-No. 155. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1894. PRICE, THREE CENTS.
THE FOOTBALL OUTLOOK. that he had offers this 'year from Orators Home Again. IC1ITTTBTA BICYCL
Upton, of Harvard. Secured as California, the Boston Athletic as- A crowd of sout two hundred . L).L
Coach. - An Eastern Trip sociation, Williams and Cornell. At
Being Plannea. Harvard he was recognized as a were down at the Michigan Central FOR SALE.
While baseball is for the present good, hard-working student, and a depot Saturday night to welcome
the absorbing topic, football is not plain, streight-forward man. back our delegation from Madison. Brand New-PneumaticTirs-lS89 Model-
As to the team itself, we have They yelled like demons and were Never ridden-Taken on a debt.
being forgotten. Extensive plans reason to feel expectant of great
are being made, and next season things. Almost the entire '93 team not satisfied until our victorious Price, May 5t1, $9.0Q.
will be the greatest football season will be back and new men of recog- representative, Mr. Sadler, ad- $100 LESS EACH DAY.
Michigan has ever had. nized ability will also be on hand. dressed them. Then they marched
Mr. Baird has een carrying on In the line, Smith, Hooper, Hen- up to Calkins' hall where Mr. Sadler Q "l' ol'8 C.
ninger, Villa, Hayes, Senter and and Prof. Trueblood were tendered a 51 SouthMain St.
an extensive correspondence, and, probably Griffin will be back. For
as a result, is ready to announce guard, there will also probably be banquet by the Oratorical associa-
several importantaitems. As to next Morrison, substitute, and Reeves, of tion. Mr. Wedemeyer and Mr.
season's games, we will play Purdue the great Baker university '92 team, Oliver remained over in Madison to
now a law student. Henninger, attend an adjourned convention of
on November 3, kansas University Villa and Senter, will be consider- the league. Michigan, it the per-
on November so at Kansas City, ably increased in weight and strength
and it is almost certain that the and will benefit considerably from son of J. B. Brooks has now the
Th their exierience. Behind tielinesecond vice presidency. After the
Thanksgiving Day game will be with thi xeine eidtel,' 'contest Friday night a banquet was
Chcg nsriyi hcn.the last season's playing of Capt. cotstFiayngltabaqetsn
Chicago University in Chicago. Baird at quarter warrants the ex- tendered by Mrs. President Adams
Negotiations are also being carried] ecting of reat things from him. to the contestants, judges and alter- when ouwantheLatestAsetrpositanstyes
o wf srnates at Library hall. Mr. Sadler n "es5, 4 ornShoesateto xin a nair 1e=s
on with Cornell for a game in De- Dygert will also be ready to take- than Ann Arbor prices send for cataloue to
troit or Buffalo. What perhaps will his position as full-back. As half- presided as toastmaster. We give
be of most interest is the fact that backs, Grosh, Freund, Leonard and belov the markings of the the di-
a trip East is being planned for the Bartells will be some of the men erent judges:
,nwho will be on hand. Furbert may ,hpA ve.,
team, under the expectation of get- possibly not return, but may go to n DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
ting a game with the University of Case School instead. Hollister, ° a
Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia. No too, will be missed, as he expects to
important games will be played in go to Beloit as coach.
the earlyart of the season. The As to preliminary training, Man-
pa ofthe leeas. d ager Baird has decided to take the
first games of the year will be played men to Whitmore Lake in the mid- - -- - - -
with smaller colleges instead. die of september, if enough men ase' 01
One thing of vital importance to will go. If not, the fall's work will -_ciahto orteerel-se
. of 5, 'A.14Memrt , of01the clI-.-. re e--
a successful season is the securing begin here October 1st. o tataoazne ax( peotfully requested to avr sisti.n s as soon
of a good coach, and Michigan is Adniphi-Aiph Nu Meeting. B A1i50 t
esdecially fortunate in that respect FRESH ASSORTMENT
ehdeiallrtnaeBidthasrest Saturday evening occurred the OF-
this year, Manager Baird has just third joint program of the Adelphi I uoL__/
closed a contract with Joshua D. and Alpha Nu literary societies. A
Upton, the famous Harvard player. goodly sized audience was present H N..z a.+.QiQQQ
Before going to Harvard, Upton and the meeting proved to be very i - - usT RECEIvED AT-
played for three years on Andover interesting. 5v TUTTLE'S, - 48 S. State St.
as guard, tackle and half, and cap- 'he exercises were opened by a
lean ta up- tiano solo, by llr. Watson, after tTHE "WAVERLY" WHEEL
tained the Andover team that won which Mr. F. P. Daniels recited an oweigt, i I -ons-ih ler t .
the championship from Exeter. original poem, which was heartily t( tire-or $5.00 is tto e sensi tion of the
Then for four years, until his grad- received. Then followed a paper - coro. Sr ee it in the window o
nation in '93, ie played tackle an by rI F. J J twood upduit "herH BROWN'SDRUGSTORE.
half at Htarvard. He has intft ,moralin.luence of a sttdent over
his associates.' Next in order was
played every position on the tearm the debate, 'Resolved, That the
except center rush itt itmpurtatit Coxey tmoventent dues itot hterald 4 ~ ~ I ~ Il
games, and was chosen as tackle on anything detrimental to the welfare
Cumnock's shampion team. He of our country." Mr. Danser pre-
could also have played quarter last sented the affirmative side, atd Mr. BASE BALL GOODS
Merte the negative.- Sotte very co - B B Iliit.l AL
fall at Harvard, but refused, gent arguments svere advanced by
As to his abilities as a coach, it the debaters, and the question was u: - inai Suits and Gymnasiut Sup-
may be sufficient to state that Wil- submitted to the audience, the result Studa'sCme. _f s
liam Rhodes, the famous Yale coach being a decision in favor of the neg- SaturdayGamesl
said tht hewoud mae te fiestative.
said, that he would make the finest At the close of the exercises the Saturday's games were: Prince- You are invited to examine stok and prices.
man in the country. He took up Alpha Nu held a short business ton, 12; Harvard, 5. Yale, 4; Brown, _ _ _
the Williams college team last fall meeting, which resulted in the 2. Cornell, 13; Pennsylvania, o.
in the middle of the season, when choosing of the following persons to Lafayette, 7; Lehigh, 5. Orange
it was in very poor shape, and represent the society in a contest A. C., 22; Columbia, i. Wiscon- W
with the Adelphi: Recitation, Mr. sin, 16; Chicago University, 6; De
brought out a very strong team. Block; oration, Mr. Duncan; society Pauw, 6; Butler, 5. Williams, s; UNITERSITT.YBOOKSTrORE
That his abilities as a coach were paper, Mr. Halaplian; Debate, Cuban Giants, 14. Dartmouth, 7;
recognized is proved by the fact Messrs. Dykema and Griffin. Bates, i. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

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