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February 28, 1893 - Image 1

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VOL. III.-NO. 1.06.



MICHIGAN'S THREE DEBATERS. desersved. He appears well on tlse CHANGES IN BASE BALL.
The Debate Last Evening a Comi pafrm n asacersrn New and Important Additions to the'
plete Success-The Mandolin voiceIlie talked with msoderationi,! Rules of Play Proposed
Club the Same. but nmade careful and stronig stale-1 for 1893. /-
nients. Thse last speaker, Mr. hail- A sibrofcage.tste ly
Last eveninig occsirred thse Irelilsl- rtea- eeibraselan s ns ule of h atosaliaeball- Y ThAUFJDAmLRT
stacy debate for thse selection of injrlswath atoalbseal TnROITfMICHs
"three rien to represent the Unc- s aiy prntvlslso iu- League swill be lsresetstell at the nsext'
situ of i1licligan in the inter-nisiver- seIfssLe- agu1e iseetils", to lie held on
city debate withs the "Uiversity of ' Tse Ibanjo aind Manlini clbMasrch .
iWisconsiis. Great iiterest ansI ;vliihe thentosdwh'shsvere Walpros
I1Iseile-sheasasklsicliwsrilbIrmie l-
s:thsisiiw sas tmanifestcel by the 1 I oe r sflos
ure uene , shchdscompsletely 1. * sdes bilg sNo enlargemuent of ltse inieldl
asidicisceowl1oI ev.C w er rf. oean sid-sfllss
filled the lasw lecture coons. Ki 'Io -e t (iieti itnow ini sse.
Thse music seas furnished li th te Pof C Xdsit.Te gy erns sI of tlse pitcher from .3A
I'reshmais Baisjo and Ml antlolin club. Mr.I Pirdy lorst place, :U r. ipson hss presest positiots to ti-e center of W
TlIs clith made a most favorable seconsil at-d frt Jefferis third. Ths the infield; abolitions of thse pitch- wien yos wanttheLatest Metpolitan Styles
total iarkizs ofthe wnnersout o l of or $5 Sties at 50e to $1 a pair tes
inmpressions upon the audietnce, whlo ttln-rtnso11 twinr u er's box and substitution thserefor of thas Ann Arbor prices, sendiflrtarCtalogue to
stal17d1tpsonb50kwitefferirs4anda boundary plate covering a tsvelve
s p a s . -P t e d p o s b e 6 o a r_ s f l o s F Y F t
aplus.Te membsers oftihe ctus Prys 17oipon55,ets 9.inhspace, to swhicts the titchter still R1H
are as follows: First msandolin, AGo rga be confined.Il 8-8 toiru c.
GodPormat Inland League. 11 8- 5wo~4inAF.
Ioel, Weaver, Cohsen, Ewiing, Cole; -___3, Abolition of tihe flat bat. DETROIT, - - MtCI1ItAN.
secotnd mandolin, Pratt, Hoiland-; Ibast evening's progratis of thse to- 4. A ittcid definition of a halk.
violin, Gibbons; banjo, Ruomiler; land ILeaguie w-ss furnshed by Prof. 3. A simplification of the rules 9.Iehmand Straight Q- I.
guitar, V an,.uyl, StuckeyNMcllride. «? .AN'. emni and Librarian RI. C. pertaining tt the actual playingoaN. 1
The clsb opsened the progranm wills Davis. Mr. Letn gave the follosw- game. CIGARETTES.
tie N\ortatandie M.arch." igf-acts coiscertitng the University 6. The codifyiiig of all rules - s Crtte Sokers swhs
Mr. E. (. OI ttowvaytpresiding of (Chicago: plyitng to the ditties and respossi - -r iethth~estrie
otficer of the evening, then intro- ltlou'bi the Un iveersity of Clii- bilities of umipires.j 5etIgtttsviitd
- 1 i~wecetscs set- itist ritsutperigrht-
the opensing sphdspon0t5the itues- .Rceelr i a tre ners whlichts oidsthsat aplyr stt assmdefoi hebigt
si>o eeliri>ea tre i rvde iytestemottdlicatety itavoredlied higheFtst
uitr, R.esolstcd, flint the United l 86, b Stepheini A. Dlouglas, of wvho makes a sacrifice Isit which ad-OiSLitgrown in Virginia. This is the Ol
and Oiiginal testiSof strcaight Cst iCigarettea.,
States should aidopt tht. estcyot Illinois, whlo donatedstelniiacres ofs ataces us base-runnser shall isot be and was bras ought oti s inte year plc eaeo iiainadO serv ha.h
siubsidiz-ing the 'Mercan-tile ;Marine." and, on contaison that buildings charged withi a tin-e at bat. frmyn ule as eiei a c cs-~c cae
ftc. lalkssor is a very foicible costitnglist lest than , io,oou be Thr~e comsmittee lint ende-avocril to Maatueis. teiecanTohact .vigna
slpeaker. Ilieliarilly had the chance {consstructi. T'Ue University dreag- simsplify the rules, and also to make1
to make his argum-ents as effective ged out a oiserable existence till a better definitiots of a balk, so that
is lee oight save clone hadl 1-e beens 8t6, whein it succumbed to finan- the umpslire cans strictly enforce this
tue of the last speakers. Mr.tip-,cial ruin.rstle.
aen iuiiisiiitli iacsiic 55 rn ti In .--. 5...as..iikiiaiiiictr~r n--"'f a-

negative. IHe was master of the msovemient to reopen the LJ niversity.
situation, atsd handled lilt side of Prof. Bemsan thsess traced its use to
the questions witlh the uitmsost cotis- the present day, mentioning thse
posure. Mr. Reddick, the secosnd munificient gift of $3,600,000 by
speake-r of the affirmative, iefi a Mr. Rockefeller, twventy acres of
favor.able issilression, bitt Isvwsts land by Marshal Field, is forty-inch
somewhat enibarrassedl in his tit.- telescope by C. jenkes, thse Ogden
livery. Mr. Best, thse second on Scientific School, and many otlier
the negative, wsa too mucs confined gifts.
to lil tlext. Hit effort shsowved goodi Thi n iiversity opeisedin is1i92,
preparatiomn- and on Feb. i had 710 students.
'Mr Jefers, hethid seakr o lAlthough the University is not de-
Mr.Jefeisth tsiri linke O- twn-,.third z of t. ,

Senior Law Contest Tonight.
'The sessior lawes will hold their
contest this evening, in the lass lec-
ture rooms. 'T'here were twvelve con-
testants who entered from this class.
Thse following seven having tlse
highest marks on thoughst and cons-
position, will appear in thin contest
this evening: J. Palmer, "The
Reforms of the Electoral College";
J. H. Hoy, "The Coming Age of
Americans Eloquence"; Thos. John,
i"Abraham Lincoln"; J. B. Nelson,
"The Reiation of Education to Re-
form in the United States"; Chas.
M. Howell, "Socialism at the Bar
of Nature"; H. C. Lilly, i"The Pro-
gress of Popular Sovereignty"; E.
B. Gower, 11Let Majorities, Not
-Minorities, Rule". The judges on
thought and composition are Measrs.
Beakes, Sawyer, and Gelston; on
delivery, Messrs. Lawrence, Whit-
man, and Thonmpson.

thse affirmsative, wcould not take Isis
position onthes platfornm, but stoodi
on the dloor so that lie could be on
a level wills the American people.
I is discussion was logical, and won
for binsthsird place.r. Troy, the
tisird negative speaker, bad more of
a conversational style than Iis corn-
Ietitors. His speech was wvell
delivered. Mr. Purdy, the last
speaker of thin affirmsative, was given
the first place, whirls lie undoubtedly

trustees, and the president, must be
Baptists. The school year is di-
vided into four parts of twvelve weeks
each and students may graduate in
three years. Located as the Uni-
versity is, and with its solid finan-
cial backing success is assitred.
Librarian Davis read a paper on
the Great Libraries of the World.
Mr. Davis described the manner in
which the libraries were kept and
showed specimens of papyrus, parch-
ment, and the clay slabs, on which
the cuneiform letters wcere written.

A Ni) XtORtTERt ti
R'IRT 100 ET,
55 W_ 'ORMIJ STr,
Detroit, Michigau.

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