100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 29, 1893 - Image 1

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1893-04-29

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

e . a

kTUTIDAY, APRIL 29, 1893. Przici, THRIIEE CENTS.

Vol- III.-No. 14,x.

Vos. 111No. 4$. UNIVERITY OF AIICHIGAN, SI

A BENEFIT CONCERT. tion prevented aoy elaboration i RIVAL CLASSES TO MEET.
The Glee and Banjo Clubs will Give thba fanatatveiorn Full Arrangements Made for '95
'T one Wednesday Night-A The main object of the sociallbittI '96 Track end Field Sports,
Good Program. I evening was to glee the nicibters it May 12.
N hen a concert by our Gltee and1 ttSsine0101ttii oh The comminittee iftthte '95 aniil96
Btanijo Clubts is anniounlced, ai large cou ite r1ititi 5iiha classes olet inst night and compteteti
anviene i asovei, at elsvi ether. tile reception iomiiilttee arranigemlenlts for their spring fielil
proceeds of tile concert ire to lie mtee. A stecSOLilld i 5 ) 's 110Saturvday is avila'Sbie, -
devotedi to a good cause, tere. is vvleno nrole 12 o h aussilb lti iiISily,
itoiubt bilt whtat the concert ivrets-wtae.iltlp Oihe tI il Oi t iti
oii the evenin" were "11 .i iot 1. leticfe ldi.i Great itserest is shoiwnl
seell Iatteindet. Mr.(Il P ont, and1iii r s i itilit
As is wnellIknowni, viiingt e-inlthe ltii two st 1o115rLintil hese,
lt ie sled iritis, aniiibad ivlwehrthe "511 i" l lil i'teili0~ t
recent tiiirs sit the 1G1ee aiid Ba njo Sc. .tWilcox thel i nn " thi fielil, iiidisoniie-ootl recorids
Clb n alteam tave cii' Ic' si ii. ilbe miadesl e as ic eni
(ittbsoaitinnballcontesti ir iht1lcollie
deficits ill tiletreasuries iii iiotii 01 bititin Cl(l'[it,) eveviredlist eveit~int gttea uaiftirlhe rily .e
"r''iiation ."ta .v
'totial ii lii ililit 5 ieisht contestatios iappealel, the" others Ihe tlsitt
convert hassbieit arraitred fiii nex.t twho ihaiiixpeted vito taphartvibeingrofa;etvents:i io yardsitdashi;i20 yad
I'ede daei i ghi tb b s.he (lee. iii iigcattllSind tl iah IO yardsvidist h ino lre il l);ni
itotjv Citbs tni il eseiltitSi o mpelliiedrtoi'givo tvit tLiv o'n'accotuet
Bano lusan anexelen po- of sictitest tndi heatty coliceg ework. ittile runc1 22cis. s ti urtdt" eiztt ilip 1
gfraszliwililie re~ndiere.iyliim ev i i lebcce unn ih jm ;t
't' ttee ii tiieliui li i aterittsevti ontth e ui i ruznitii"broid Sup' standilit"gIriati
M. is iintebteii lviritiuchiifots Ariies- cox, liti'91-t, a ittrodusced. Ilits jimp;ti hatitiritsr tott; lilyt put;
tig7e in Itle seest theret enVoe lie ili, itpils. tault' hig i l
subeti (t heI.eoptls. teav _oe
litit01eitvi tvitsi"ths a~~s eil iiidls. Is tthisa prop- Bicycling at the U0 of M.
aitnual trips iof il the ' tritteatioits vt liof Sis t!ht tI Constiderable neet sa
first lcpe ysicand'byuth's ki~ ctivlttic itersi i _s ti iei oict
"ttiicaivitts I' Ste tut0u'' liiiOf Sits. eI. itt 1reithStilt'' 1? I 5t5 5 iii
,crtizjvis. Sheiwhatith se r a. lviiriii lit lo it s ih a1 the li'' lerateto Chl T y2
11 n iaiilj iha v . i iefrteIi la77 ro v o it1 a S vra naei It. tsai N i i
'ivit l~llci, t1C e 1 o t e r~~tt l ncv I I iint. i at his' Psi t vll t sattlc)) i
'ill alitoe eca ll tef llor is finacilt VIStot ti. Tt ii ltes titcor
terst 1isublic srotvi tinitat b'r the iitti. 1 i ~vivi i
tila t ilo ltitks tis ' is 'c rea't- twventy six miii utes.
21cc indl lintjo Clubs this yvar. stt uetsstioni biefore tli'' \itertit n Seveval meithvesu( viiiar -E
Thre Fr eshmen Gasther. Ipeple. lotaysan'titvltitthe ciyvs oh ing a bicycieclus.liTheriss.ars. over
ttthw le citilized woirldiare swatshit two iititvredl andtif ity awhee ls in
The first soviaiiiof this.slaistsitf'9 i ng for the soutioinoftheto"btoteni the Ctfiievsity aannviti la1 dy ridters,
givevi last eviln" it Newvbserry hali of constlitiitialvoahliiiliandv sdoubtless a bihe i.clubv iltl ibeI
sa aeypesn n succesfli W ietejdeswr eiig<"'!a success it fornmesdiat the I. of0I.
event andl sas senjoyecvibyiiithe i moe mLic wsatStrnieid, and ias COLLEGE ATH-LETILS.
thtere.'Thie 'Sty 'indilfettive sopi' btioe Un iitivstvrtit tlePiiversity o01Pensyiitt ia
mores reminledI it itonim ii iIa teviiliiditi' n ' lnthas lic ia iacros team.

"DETROIT[ MICH.
0l 1t, 3 -8 W - _Idtttcl.
iIhmond 5fhi§Nlh't tit.
No 1CIGARETTES.
Wili!1 ste1mya itl
Set'r5e t 1151a i15 ta'S Itr'ti c o

qlasaw

terrifiedl treshmn hadi vitllvlsptcri
piosnensionl of the whole buildsing
and htad a good tinme generally.
The hail wsatstetviily sdecoratevl
sitin yellowv anti blue binting andv
tropical plants.
'Te onlly attractiona in thte formt
of a progranm wan tinging by tile
freshman glee club. They sang
"The Yellow avid lue," were
heartily applanded and responded
to several encores. It seas the in-
tntion originally of those having
the social in chlarge to prepare a
more elaborate program hot the
brief time the committees have had
to wvork since the close of the vaca-

taing the ssaiting crowsil. 'l'hse 'ae-hlarvard athletic gamies ________________
'The vdecision, givens by voessov still be helvd iniCanmbrisdge, -May i.
Thioimpsoii, ssas ivi favor of M' r. There are ten colleges represenitesh - . I i'N'UCAN,
Wilcox. Judcges oia tiioviht aind in the W~estern Intercolle'giate. Aml
composition w5ere, Juldge Clicever, letic Association,.o 'MVERCHANT
Prof. Johinson and Rev. Mr. Sundher- The basebalnmanagement oft
land. Onv delivery, M1'r. laskixis, University of Chlicago has receivesd
Nr.tLadd, and Prof. 'Thtompsont. applications for ijo ganmes thinsnm- T'F l L..OR
y - mer. ariceinL"oleg
Prof. J. C. Rolfesvill deliver te Alatce nolg thlne ANDO Mt3ERNEor
lecture before the S. C. A. tonmor- ics," by Walter Camap, swill appear I
row, on "The Influence of the Ro- in the June nunmher of the Century --= .= OO E S
man Empire on the Groswth ofmazie
Christianity.'' A $i,ooo silver cup still be the
price competed for at the interna- ....5 W- CR 'S'_'
See the game at tile Athletic tional athletic contest in Chicago, D tot
Field this afternoons. August i r and 1n. D tot ihg n

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan