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May 09, 1894 - Image 1

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VOL. IV.-No. 157.


THIS AFTERNOON Adams expressed his surprise and
Kenyon Onens the Season.-The declared his intention to investigate
Make Up of Our Team for the matter. A thorough investiga-1
the Game-tion can mean nothing less than anf
Today's game with Kenyon will acknowledgment of a Michigan vic-I
begin at 4 o'clock. The batting tory. ________
order and positions of the men of The Boston Orchestra. r
our team will probably be as fol-
lows: Shields, c. f.; Deans, 3 b.; The Boston Festival OrchestraI
Spitzer, 2 b.; Hollister, I. f.; Krog- consisting of fifty artists which will I
. . ,assist at the a Festival has re-

'man, p.; Mc~enzie, i b.; Water- i
man, r. f.; Baird, s.s.; Drumheller,
c. The team played a practice
game yesterday with the high school
team, which got three scores on
them. Drumheller is showing up
fairly well behind the bat. His
throwing is good, but his back-stop
work is not up to the standard.
Kenyon's team will arrive here

cently given a festival in New Bed-
ford, 1ass. The old town is known
to be very quiet and sedate, but the
Boston FestivalOrchestra roused up
the people to a pitch of enthusiasm
such as had never been seen by the
oldest inhabitant.
Prof. Griffen Will Retire.

his msorning. They have een play- The latest reports received con-
ng in good form lately, and are de - cerning Prof. Griffin are that he did
termined to make a good showing at not receive any relief for his deaf-
least in today's game. ness from New York specialists.
Water *-Analysis. The major has decided to leave
public life and devote his time to
There have been two analyses of the writing of a work on Equity
the city water. In the first analysis Jurisprudence. Prof. Griffin has
made a week ago the water was lthe sympathy of every student in
found to be contaminated, but the Ihis misfortune.
cause of this was known. In the sta °r " ---Tr--
analysis made on Monday it was Stanford Basebalil.
found to be pure. The water for the A most enjoyable trip is practical
analysis was taken from the hydrant y assured for the Stanford univer-
:in the hygienic laboratory. sity baseball team, beginning im-
mediately after the final examina-
'94 Law Oratorical Contest.
tons this month. Favorable terms
The senior law oratorical contest and in many places liberal guarantees
will take place in University hall on have been secured to induce the
the evening of May 29. The six team to visit the places on and
orations having the highest marks about Puget Sound. Games will be
in thought and cotmposition are to scheduled with teams at Portland,
be delivered on the final contest. Tacoma, Seattle, Fairhaven, What-
The senior laws first chose their -'com, Port Townsend, Snohomish,
orator by contest in 1889, when J Everet and Olympia. It is expect-
N. Hildreth, of Kentucky, won fir ed that immediately upon the com-
place. J.V. Chaddock won in s89o, ijpletion of this tour the team will
L. S. Baldwin in 1891, W. C. Manny return to San Francisco and take
in 1892 and J. W. Good in 1893, steamer for the Hawaiian Islands,
..---- where they are to play a series of
Pres. Adams Surprised, games, finishing with a game in
Honolulu on the Fourth of July.
While at Madison, Prof. True-
blood had a conversation with Pres- The announcement of the dates
ident Adams and other members of for the annual field meets is gradu-
the faculty on the disputed ball ally increasing the number of men
game, and found that they were not at work on the track and field.
aware of the fact of an agreement The senior medics are at Wayne
between the teams to quit playing today visiting the Wayne county
at ten minutes to five. It would house. Drs. Breakey and Herdman
seem that the baseball management will describe some of the cases of
contrived to keep the faculty ignor- insanity and others diseases among
ant of the agreement. President the patients confined there.

The Strollers.
Next week promises to be one of --LVJJ.L .±t.l)Jl.LJ
unusual interest in University circles FOR SALE.
for in addition to the concert of the
May festival, the Strollers, formerly Brand New-Pneumatic Tires--x93 Model-
known as ths Columbia College Dra- Never ridden-Taken on a debt.
matic club of New York City, will Price, May 5th, $96.00.
present some drama at the opera $s.0 LESS .EACH DAY.
house Thursday, May 17th, for the
benefit of the Frieze Memorial vth ( Pb t1Pl1 .
Columbian organ. This club is one 51 South Main St.
of the best known dramatic ctlubs in
the country being the peer of ".\ask
and Vic,'' of Pennsylvania, and
"Hasty P'ddings,'' of lvard.
This is the first tour of the club and
they will visit Albany, Troy, Syra-
cuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Columbus,
Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit, Ann I .
Arbor, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Wash-
Wisen you want the Latest Metropolitan styles
ington and Philadelphia. The club of Ss,$,i $4 or $5Shoes at Sie to St a pair ieaf
than Ann Arbor prices send for atalogue to
isconmposed of the younger msembers
of some of New York's most
wvealthy and aristocratic families.
The committee having the matter 101, 183-185 WOODWARD AVE.,
in charge is: Prof. P. R. de Pont, DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
Prof. G. W. Patterson, Junius Beal, 60-Ladies and Gentlemen-60
Harry Douglas, Earl D. Babst, N. LIVING
T. Bourland, t1. 1. Senter, Johsn J IT
-:,1- Fauwv Charaiter tn(] ooioty Dances, un-
C. Condon, J. M. Swift, A. J. der Ole direction or Ros4 Granger at the
Purrdy, Llovd Whitman and E. H. Opera House, Friday Eve., May 11th.
Garnett. 'he Dxi tiwill publish Os a
the list of patronesses in a few
Ihe members of the Strollers are:
Benjamin Aymar, '92; J. Searle
Barclay, jr; J. Philip Benkard, '94;
Walter Lawrence Bogert, '88; Ed- Oicialhoto'grapter for te Medical Class
ward Fales Coward, '83; Edward U.tof 1I., 5).MSeer-. s of the <ii--.s a r res-
pectfully requested to ha\ s isintin a. soot
Rush Duer; Richard S. Emmet, jr., aspossiu>e.
'94; Hamilton Fish, jr., '95; Louis FRESH ASSORTMENT
Fitzgerald, jr.; James IV. Gerard, jr., -icF-
'90; Valentine G. Hall, '88; Theo- jO'\[NET ,j --
dore A. Havemeyer, jr., '9r; Thomas
H. Kelly, '89; Lorillard Kep, '93; - -s sniEIn D -
Oliver H. Perry La Farge, '9i; Ed- TUTTLE'S, - 48 S. State St.
win M. Post, '92; Robert C. Sands,
'87; J. W. de Peyster Toler, '93.
The Negative in Religion.

At the meeting of the Philosophical
club, to be held Thursday evening in
room 21, Dr. A. H. Lloyd will read
a paper on "The Negative in Relig-
ion." Some time ago Mr. Lloyd
delivered a lecture before the S. C.
A. on the subject "Spirit," and
many people have asked him to re-
peat this scholarly treatise at the
meeting of the Philosophical club,
but instead the above subject will
be treated. Those interested in
work along this line are cordially
invited to attend.

Suits and Gymnasium Sup-
You are invited to examine stock and prices.

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