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VOL. IV.-No. 159.
ILLINOIS TOMORROW.
Make-up of Both Teams.- Illinois
Has Strengthened Since We
Met Them.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
our team meets the University of
Illinois team for the second time
this season and will endeavor to
better the score of 12-8, by which
we defeated them on the southern
trip.
Illinois has put a strong team in
the field this year, as she always
does. She has excellent material;
although Huff's departure was a
great loss to the team. Advices
from Champaign state that the ma
terial on hand was not well develop-
ed in the early part of the season,
but that the team is in much better
shape now. It defeated Wisconsin
19-6 on Monday last, at any rate.
The make-up of the Illinois team
will be as follows: Lowes, 3 b;
Roysden, I f; Baum, c f; Frees, r f;
G. Frederickson, p; Cooper, a b,
Haskell, s s; D. Frederickson, c;
Hills, 2 b.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGA
May Musical Festival. An inno-
cent paragraph in the city papers
has given rise to this impression.
This article stated that an effort is
to be made to make it a distinctly
society affair-that people are ex-
pected to come in full dress. Peo-
ple are expected to come prepared
to listen to some first-class music,
to concerts of the highest grade,
and no attempt is to be made to
make it anything more. 4n other
words, says Prof. Stanley, bring re-
ceptive minds and enthusiasm, and
do just as you would at any ordin-
ary Choral Union concert.
Freshman-Sophomore Meet.
A committee of three men front
'96 have been appointed to take
charge of the interests of the class
in the sophomore-freshman field day
consisting of the following: J. C.
Prentiss, F. E. Bradfield and E. F.
Woodruff. The freshmen track men
will meet today and will also ap-
point a committee. These two com-
mittees will meet tomorrow morning
and arrange the program, etc., for

The make-up of our team is not the field day, the date of which has
yet certain, but will probably be as been fixed on Saturday forenoon,
follows: Drumheller, c; Hollister, p; March 9.
Mckenzie, n b; Spitzer, 2 b; Deans, = aq" t.
Engineers' Banquet.
3 b; Baird, s s; Waterman, I f;I
Shields, c f; Krogman, r f. Went- The program for the Engineers'
anetto be held at Granger's to-
worth's knee is not yet in shape to tb a g
permit him to play this ceek. stght, is as follows:
Our first game with Illinois, on Call to order, the president.
April 21st, was a very close game Supper. Welcone, by the president,
until the eighth inning, when Illi- R. K. Palmer.
nois went to pieces. Tomorrow's Toasts: Toastmaster, F. A. Sager;
game will, therefore, be a good one, line up, E. N. Baldwin, '97; the
for Illinois is anxious to retrieve her rush, E. B. House, '96; tackle
loss of the first game. low, H. B. Leonard, '95; the goal,
H. D. Hamper, '94; the Technic,
May Inlander. J. C. Bird; the Engineering society,
The May Inlander is out and b A. M. Haubrich; projections, Prof.
an interesting number. The con- C. A. Denison; the field engineer,
tents are "In Memoriam," (Dr. Prof. J. B. Davis; the expert, Prof.
Ford); "The Phonograph Entertain- M. E. Cooley; nuggets, Prof. W.
ment," by Maude E. Caldwell; "A P. Pettee; transformers, Prof. H.
Series of Popular Fables"; "Willie S. Carhart; the moment of resist-
Thorton's Idealism," by J. R. Net- ance, Prof. C. E. Greene; the
son; "The Robin," by Otis F. engineering department, Dr. J. B.
Dickey; Translation from Horace, Angel.
by Geo. W. Harris; Poetry by Alpha Nu
Maude E. Caldwell, Frank Janvier, Following is the program of the
Walte Dread a bno mber o
WalterDrew, and a number ofAlpha Nu literary society:
pithy articles by the "Contributors I. Music.
Club." 2. Reading, J. J. Adams and R.
R. Lyman.
A Musical and Not a Dress Affair. 3. Discussion by all the mem-
bers. Subject-Should all tariff for
An erroneous impression seems to revenue be abolished.
have gone ;abroad in regard to the 4. Music.

N, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1894. PRICE, THREE CENTs.
The Plaint of a U. of M. Co-Ed.
We clip the following from a
lengthy communication in Wednes- FOR SALE.
days's Detroit Journal:
.Brand New--Pneumatic Tires--1893 1odel-
Editor Journal-fi an article in the Never ridden-Taken on a debt.
Journal of Monday there occurs the
following words: "The listes between Price, May -th, $96.00.
the co-eds and other students are be- $1.00 LESS EACH DAY.
ing more rigidly drawn every day."
I would like to asi who are the otherb yro Qr ,
students ? There is only one U. of M.
and all students in it, both male an 51 South Main St.
female, are co-eds, as they are together
students of a coeducationaln siversity.
I cannot u lerstand why the word
"co eds" should be applied to female
students only; but even that namze
is preferable to some of the names the
gentlien students callit s, such as hen
medics, blue jays, etc.
We are accused for havitg no col- I
lege spirit because we take little if
any interest in ball and such athletic WhenyouwanttheLatestdMetropolitanStyles
of$ 2, f$3i ars shoes ata5e to&I a pair less
sport. The reason we do not can be than Ann Arbor prices send for Catalogue to
traced to the gentlemen students. La-
dies' interests in such things depend
upon their gentlemen friends. If la- Ho F
dies do not have gentlemen friends 101, 183-185 WoOWaD As,
who take an interest in such things, DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
no more do they.
We are not keeping any male stob e 60-Ladies and Gentlemen-60
dents out of college by being here. If 1 NG MW ST
we were not here the male attensdsanelm
'Woulit be rio larger than it is, so Itsere it Fuss s ChaO ra:s0et ane, n
der the drection of loss Granger at the
would be no more students to go to Opera House, Friday Eve., May lIth.
the ball games than at present. Tickets now on saile. 50and25c.
We ask no favors, brit although we
are co-eds, we expected to be treated
as ladies, and if we entetain expect to
be entertained. A little more court-
esy from the male co-eds to the female
co-eds may bring about a better and
more friendly feeling.
A FEusALt Co-En. t.at atI., 'S4. Members at the ilasare res-
Ans Arisor, May . pectfuily requested to have sittings as soon
iaspossible.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. FRESH ASSORTMENT
---
Nate Holmes, '95, of Coldwater, iOF
is visiting friends in town. *
The Delta Gammas entertain a a
section of the Wormtan's league to- -UELE'S, 48 S. State St.
night.
Recent games: Pennsylvania, 26;
Harvard, 7. Wisconsin, 27; Rush
Medical, 17. Princeton, 17; Cor-
nell, 7.
At the end of each section quiz BASE BALL GOODS
the senior laws will receive a written
examination in Private Corporations Suits antd Gymnasium Sup-
next week.
The postponed musicale of the Ales.
Woman's league will be given at
tYou are incited to examine stock and prices.
Friete Memorial ball Saturday after-
noon at 4 o'clock.
An interesting biography and 9
criticism of Oliver Wendell Holmes
was read yesterday in the American UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
literature seminary by F. H. Wil-
lits. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

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