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May 15, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

elo"1tted Dour (t tolays ecepted) during
taliCeotcear, by
THE U., OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Sbsbcription price .$2."w per year, invariably
in aivaner nge copies 3ctsat. ubtrip-
t inSsuay be let at the oter of the Ditto.,
at Stotet's, with any of the editos o
athorized sl eicitos.
Coemuications sold reach the otee by
7 o'clock P. N. it they are to appear the next
dayAdresl iatte itended oe public-
lire1 to the Managig Ei to. Al busines
vttesanitaiont hold be ent to the Bi-e
nesrMatager-.
THE U. of . DAILY
Ann Aror. blih.
EDITORS.
J. L. Lomie.ilt, ',, Manageg rotor.
P. '. P.SDcLiii. Lit. Ol. Assitant.
FH. \t ii,yeoP, Lit. '5, Asirt-nt.
5.. Soiti , Li. I'00 Astllaut. 1
.. A. L.toi, Lit. 'lb, Atiieti dio .
Wia. A. Sts.Li.'7, Buiessoan iaeger.
LI CF~itnY" /. 3To ".
Hoty loll l ,.3 .Ni lk 0
o.1 r tla 1Ollllll
A Cr. tMCICtIN adeedt
There ~inu00 namted lcbigefr :'antili
of hi hych mayliaoit iy alliog a
hiofsfhsrce.isofie
TuE action of the faculty in re-
dutcing the numiier of thours for
graduation for all rdegrees dieaerves
the warmest commienation. The
present systenm has cautsed nmich ri-
satisfacion anong, the caniditaes
for degrees oher than tie A. B.
This actioin of the facilyilacs all
0n aii equtaliy atdipaves the wayfr
hardler and nmore thorough 10111in
a liniteid number of corses. 'ih
the nesv rule in vogue next year
sudenis can le held to ro a large
amount of outside work which they
are now aked to ro and which, ow-
log to the pressure of oiler stuie,
they are unable to accomplish, much
to the disatisfaction of the instruc-
tors anti the dicontent of the st-
dent.
Vai, O59; Harvard, 53,
TIhe annual ale-i-arvard l 3d
day was won on Satrday by Yale
witha 59 Points to liarsard's 53,'Te
dleciding~ contest was the rnning
broad j urnp, won by Sheldlosn over
Bloss. Two worlds records were
broken, the 220 hurdles and the
hammer throsw. The snmnary:
:oo yds. dash-Plradlo, Hlarvard,
10 2-5 0.
220 yd. dah-Merrill, Harvard,
22 r-5 s.

2mrile bicycle - Glenny, Yale,
1003-5.
Mile runO - Morgan, Yale, 4:3a
2-5.
Mile walk-PBunnell, Yale, 7:25
3.5-
Runing high jump-Paine, Har-
vard, 5 ft. to34 in.
t2o yds. hiurdles-Garcelon, Har-
vardl, i6 s.
220 liayileo-iBremer, Harvard,
24 3-5 0.
Hio ydls. ritn-Woosdhull, Yale,
159 4-5.
Hammer throi- Hickok, Yale,
1t3 ft. t.t in.
Pole vault-Tsonas, Yale, to ft.
0034 in.
Shsot pt-Birowne, Yale, 40 ft.
ttfl in.
Running broadl junmp- Sheldon,
Yale, 21 t I. 9 7-8 in.
N otice.

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JAMES M. DAVIS-.
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And biy Authnority of tihe Courts EXCLUSIVE MIGSHT to
World's Fair, botlh Columnbiant at Chicago, anad Mid-
winter at San Francisco.
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liavo been added tosolartswas alread niltatnparailleled oiertiooneom eveey coun ttrof
the Glosbe, anid tie is noottalbitigthe nat~is 10oftihe tCaliforia M idwinter fteeol-
tionalIlExposritionl at San Frainisco.
Ste fornishithe fOnest se ol etlopl.0 oade of every descriptions.
Ally stoldeltsithleDO ;y eaus paylhis athoh oyes l lleretbyoellilr orlgoslllur-ll.
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on Harvard's eleven, will coach a
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