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December 02, 1892 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1892-12-02

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YESTERDAYS GAMES. 1 her first down in r ininetes byi SENIOR LAWS OBJECT. I
sted rehe, at aiedno i h They Fait to see the Legality ofr
Senior Laws Win Their Game FromI freshmni took the ball but lost it the Action of S. L. A. Boar d. '
the. High School - Ninety-five ccidw. arc tco icli1
Defeats tile Freshman. i dws
______roiiind the eiiclfcir 6oiyar Is, the fnitieciately afier tie iiornig
ii the iaiipns fior'fiftyicinutes, brilliaiit play cif the giaie. Shioirt lecture cslcrdav, Presidtent J effet is
yesterday afteriiciin, the footbiali rashes carried the ball over.i Siiiftt called ci oleting of the seiiior lair
elevens if '9.1 lair aicc the i gh kiecedci oal. Score, 1ot0. class tociionsider whI-at caction shl

13 init, Tonics: CExt's.


sclhool friadit iercely for sitiii c i N iiieti-sic took the bcill, bat losltiiibe takcnii ii the cliss iiirc'riar to -
It iwas ai very'excitinggm di g ain on downs. liiird 1rcstles 1 tie c"ion 01fItic S. 1,\hoaicin ii
drciw iiit i lacrgeisnilici iii s ci c i "ci id ais hiySwifttllitaiianciestadblishicn" the nwtic( s hy
tors. 'iii ciiiwtd cotinually' i r-c I d ccr~ieid lice bill o o o h eivi1fa n t lo eeln
oiel t sc anis ine11 Imakiii thuiime oga.S o Iseas
it aloist irmplossibleto lay, 1)1o.1 clii'lnaaincst theiboard'sccclitioni
Civ tl c'Ii i c olc cil I hiiccii 1I ieciici 'iadie ''ooc ;i r iifi s-i'96 'was h igh toii " ithe laiis. Sesercil
cwithi the \ aicli c ifair ci . antdi Gieelca'ics ec uncis were celccisptoke againist the heivrustle ini no Sis~~O iit csinii li
the lairsivere iiissseclct thecenter, lent.'fle teams siere the follocing: u snqucalified termsto .M.Tryof- iif tt or (5Shoes inti-50c o$1a liair less than
-pop" buriyfs'rais aroiticilthe cciii scc'xons()"., cc. ac~n fteectlie resolticoin Ilitna-Aiiicaiea Ues cF cc Rniieiei
lieciheibcit. ildmadeiiiiouch-nitichi as tue action of the S. I,.A.
wiltl xi -i ai oc ili e ii s___--et ticlei ..i'cniiiytiMaI
clown, cbocit onie minute after the tiitperC I __ et ur ----- ilnceiti board is ai violation of the otiinal
beginncing of thle gamei. N orris Aldiehl t_____ight guasecl ___ lc'htss agreement, there foie, we, the Item- ,101. 183SI55 liciisictn Av .,
kiced oal ee ill dil l~siushers of ltce senior iliv ciaslprotest DiriltlOlT, - - tsitITllAN.
Thelaw tok te bll.Crwfod Wite__________oilhtendc__ Celetag. ainst nsucihaction."Mir.Ciock
Thelars oo te bil( u tt i il saic Cs~e ehmond Stracight I
mrade a ion" enil ran. ITlen foil- stavas_, __rgtlf . StMrison offered tin amlendmI-ent the adtitonse.I O .l
Sweift i---s-be-I ils-vorfi haelfSi-i---eta --si Frlinddof the irorcis 'aindIif cneceary e 7 o
FleimiigmundsWoodworteiwhowill act ini the niatter. 'T'[lie reso-' IA ETS
ad eratoch-n' n Ciii af oilidilifaild___ c~iar'ttle S ilirs wmi
otcl. uhIi1051- .rwfrl ild INDEPENDENT CAUCUS. intionl and amendiment wiere carried i ~ a o tun ner il
i "__ a.mlire thanlbhericet
fo'i. er Ihliill upagain, Duffy_____ w~iltt issingllllv oice.loehigsedtheirs.dii Stsy
visas cc thics tri k of liii.fast part of Tihe Freshlmanl Electronl to be Set- Y.II.. 'T'roy, C. NV. Wells, aindc I e , ' li s ccNDsatierior t
lied Tomorrow.-Plenty oh'f Calc wraa'lilei sc corteilrsol lri
lice "cane icit isas fielcli k 11ledFitbPromi-Carloc eeapitda on r .} theNtclltrndSrih
? u rmsed. liiitN.I Cigareo ttesmadlcrmIs heb right-
liobrt. Thebl ii s soon ruitlee to conuifer irithi the hoard cl cn etmtideiiesieir Utiaioreil aed highest coat
I i rebytie aw h1o stadly I lie iine'cemncent,, of lice freshitnami Cer . Ith cmttr, cinchrepoirt t Iad rgia5BadfSitightiCut C'igsreitm8,
rushieci it to within a fecvfetedof the class cold their cacuis 'Satcirday' at lice class. I tewarecif imitaitionls, and tibserve lttithe
Hih hiSchool's godl. It ic-s lhtic to a. iii.,ill Nickel's ihtll. Attlice 'ciir itu3ms c '-"cic, r ii'S. 1TheALLEIN & INTER ant iiclthk
ruashiecdiiier theliiteluttitwsnodt last mieetinig of the clciss,iwhien the \' ice-presidlent Kimllcllsiecl to Manufaiitci trr.- Rcttts,viit ginla.g
allowec.l'I'ite lI th Schools tried clection of officers sias declaretd nul ortder the jnnicor lairs ycsterda y iftct
to pant, but T itsivorthi stoppcd it and void, it wias decided to hl th ~e the lecture, for the iuirpose of ap- Unquestionably
and toicedl it dlown, mlaking thic ftnal election Dec.-;aini this call poiniting a comnmnittee to cinfetr iith THE11111 ii niGRAD tilli
secondi liaou cownmmfor a.in its isto plateia itldeplendenlt ticket the senicir lass'citnmitteetn their FRT NIYJW L ,
Craiwford failed goal Scorec S toi 6. in nomincatilo. both factionls wilil remnsotraccesi againust the S. IL. A.
'Tie Icast few irncuttes of thecgameccbe lpresent, and an intelresting"con-inotaion. 'Thi conituitee con- AitIlilcrci lsiiuiir
ivee vry it in li itillwas test trill lprobably be scehi AltItue sists of iTiessrs.I. iE. Chsanuberlain, _ ""7'_ J.JMI 8
kept about illtthe niidlle of lice filcdnmeetin" held before v'cactiuon, there I. i. V ebber and l etz.
and wssrapidly bleing ruitledi loisarch tas a notitceable abseicci of thue AE;'MAD -3
thue high 'Sthoo-'e 'olcentkii c lics of the class, ainulit is tto e Tmro' ra aeR E I[& S N
ivas called. 'ileHo ihstchiool icc'i hoped tti hey l li wi1 llllconic to- 'Tue fintil inter-classgamie of the IuII)E'Fl ii i hlcnG
were tmuchlliher thlanlthueir oppoc taorrici. The diraternityufreshuhuenlseries iill hue pliayedi at the athetic
ends, but they playecla phulky "nie.Iheld a caulcuis 'd'lursclascveing, ilat grouinds Snatulrday' afternoonb--
'Tle teaus liniecd ullSai foliows:s 'the Cook Hotuse, andt itill setud a tween '93 lcuwv and '9;i it. This P. . KINNUCANA
t5.racit IPoition.citt a u(100. cnittee ho the caulculs tuomor.game ivill be te nmdst exciting of ill
Iciters ----- _.. ---__- asa '11 e fratermit' Bieunamre ticb icv"cen int ldais sirt wiii ie at its height.
hidItI iiihith ie tcashrcastccrshi1i. An acdnmissions tee cu twtenty-ie MERCHANT
slialceic r-------- ------ -- E as- ---..i-cents will -be c ared adies iu
i1lhi ------- __rc 9 --- Iennga class imi Calisthenics for ladiuesbeanftdtr. Alan'nnt
Woodwesert ---- ---__ l'____arwte cot the U'niversity, hunder the atils- will iceomacie to keeic thue crowd f rotm T I O
Mceobets._-i t_- .-------capeter io5o is fiatCici nio-interfering iwithl the players.
eitsesh___-- - . Il Ce-----p--Vsue-der the instructioni ofidchr. IWilliami-
fienit - - -itrstun, is now being fortmed. Prefer- i-on. C. Bi. Grant, justice of the ANti I :IEiCi tiltlii
AT a-hicc ATlLE'rClc t idlut ence will he given to Episcopual supreme court, is to speak at the
At the athletic field the Freshmen students, hat no applications will Presbyterian church, 'T'uesdany even- = T C 7' N
lost to '95 in a good game. The he refosed, provided a class of forty log, on "Law and its Enforcement."
score was 14 10 o in favor of time can he formed. Names should be Pres. Angell will preside. Music 55 'W'. ©' T SST-,
sophomcores. The freshmen wereI sent in to the cturator itt Hobart will be furnished by the Cheuanme-
weak in leans play. Ninety-fire won IH-al. gons. Admissiosn free. Detroit, Mic(higan

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