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May 08, 1893 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1893-05-08

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WE WIN AGAIN. iess represented. Mrs. Pettee and
Michigan Adds One More to Her\ts r Mlatinwedapr
String of Victories on the roses. A short hot interesting liro-
Diamond. 1 grm wsas listened to tdiring the first
TShe ionic leans won its sevesith part of the evening. It was as fol-
cociecutiegame, Saturdalsbyiit Iows:liPino solo, Mliss Kelly; Reci-
feating ttse Denison Coltee clcth talson, Mliss t=oodykoonte; vocat
Tthe visitors hrosiglst a strong tesisi soto, tiss Richaridson; recitation,
and except duirisig the fifth inning Miss iusit.
list silla good ganse. Daibshriiowis tc in b iaisboutcio sea
aspieedly hail, andi good ciiirses, hut tparticipasted inhby hot s o75
risepes heavy atters succeeiledin fn ind-I'ley daiscedl tein regular
inhig snsfor Iteelve lifts.idanicessuitd seeiraliextra oiies. lie-
rise fielding of tz h o iom 'ris eis uancecs light refreshmueiits
swere sersvedi liiirooims sas deco-
seas far helosw the seersghn~
seas soosewehat sild, sasI lidtl 0)riated itsshbothi the college sunt the
have his usual speedt.(Criswford't cliss color s. A.eery beaiitifulibain-
hackstop stork was fiiiehut lhe i. i iisclr is dre
could sot do much at throwing to roons. Tie social seas a very en-
bae nacutof rhuaimi ovushle affair, and as itlhappesned,
his sisoulter. very appropiriaste, as it caiie just at
Thle slay seas the hest see hare had the tinse wsen the class seas so johi-
thus far for tse homsepamises, ansI a taut ocer Mr. Lonsg'svictory, anid
lrge attendanice stas the result. Isis presence ailted life so the occa-
Fotloseiig is the fush score: I Sion.


ViN, MONDAY, MAY 8, 1893.
The Minnesota Boys urn Jubilant
Over Their Victory


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lises ion balls-Banks, 71; D
ouut-By Renks, i3;SDaub, i. eDi
Hutison, Driseoll, Stevens, Ban]
uy pitched bal-Banks, 1; D0
batis-Crawfordt, I; Outealt, 1.
-Sipitzer, 2; Smelzer, Pea
Stevens, 0. Matson, Withoft.
-Spurney. Time of ganie-Tmc
minuates. Umpire, Soymosr.
94 Lits Give a Sc
'The '94 ills gave a so'
sirday evening at Nickel
large number were prese
the literary classes wer

- - Woman's League Election.
Dre. Nancreede's talk biefore the
__ 31: Wonian's League, Saturuday, at
-- th Nwerry tHall, seaslprofitabtle antd
su f1iterestisig. lie told iow to treat
._.5 :3 0i0cases of poisoning, droseinig,
_47 ,1Il°;siprains, hroken linmhbsoildlieoorrh-
__ 01 4t!ags, bfoethe tdoctor comoes.
t 12stefollowing excecoulice hoard was
elected for nsext year: Independeints;
Gertrude Sunderland, Sarah den
AB It iili POiiA1 EiBleyker, Katharine tPuincheon,
1 21 Wnifred Crane, ?Margaret Weidie-
0 1 s i 3man, May laylor; Ganina Phi
1I jds 0ieta, Georgian Mo-fordl;lDelta
__4 21 2 4 0I Ganisia, Florence Barnardl; Phi
..4 0 Bea Phi, Anna Tlhonmpsoin; Sorosis,
_41tJ Esther Lanforn; Kappa Kappa
(e99:; v amnia, Harriet Lake; Alpha Phti,
Minnie Bloylan; Medical Depart-
Ci. met, indeliendent, Dlelia Rice;
(',4-t Alpha Eta Iota, Florence Amisdon:
i 1!Homeopathic Department; Evely
sob 3. Stsuck umacy, Grace McNoath.
iuble piiys-G0 After the election, a social ivas
Dah, 2. Passed held in the parlors wyhicts were dee-
,Twvo-base hits orated wvithm university colors and
asn, ostealt,
Three-tause hits handsome plants. Coffee and cake
,hsours and teis were served and sprays of heliotrope
- or :a hunch of margarets graced each
octal. plate.
cial on Sat- Our Glee and Banjo Clubs will
s' hsall. A give a benefit concert for the S. C.
tnt and all A. fund, at the Normsal, on Wed-
re more or nesday evening next.

'The'Uniiersity of uMinniesota hase- ]fh R 3Y'Y
hail team reacedi Ann Arbor at DETROIT, MICH.
8:i. yesterday miornings. After
bireakfasting at the Cook house they-
sliest the slay looking sbout theG
''iarsity groinsisl. Seseral sif the'
hoys are being entertained at fester-
city houses. Ini general they seem
swell tileased wsitls Ansi Arbor.
Th'ley seoss the gamue played stlsh
Northwestern Satorday hy a score
I 10to 5. cfter the bSunoay rest Iuofse, , 5 4 or 5, Shoies a1)0( til It p 1 a ire si
they still he iii good isialid for to- thnAnAbrpaI sn 'rCti let
day's p asme at the Athiletic Fieist. It I
still he of more interest thans any of
thme ireviouspauses this year, from t0t, 1S3-185 itiulv.5tuli Att.,
thme fact that it is a chsasmspionshiip D'lfIl, - - MJIGN
pamse andt will iloisbtless ihraw a large
crowd. ~i q hlAmondStraight Qat.
''e gnse still not he callesh till-e
121. in oruler that those hasi CIGARlETTES.
aflernsoon stork nmay get aseay. Ath -I i ltl'5 ieaitl
Ictic associatuoss tickets Imust bhex chasednifiir te ouuv.tu
chanced for single entrance tic kt ~ tTHS BusNsuperior uto
at thme "sounds. uNo 1 t a etsarThe d Stutheubr5ight
Thle follossisg is the tsisng order ffeel osut deic.'sie' havored and highest nost
tGoid Se' usu¢"ossini Virginia. This is the Old
foe the g5555:0and iinatusl'Band of iStright Cu1t. Cifs osses,
ad eas roshtout 55y15sinre eaohago.
Csaswforddc. tiiCriiili, 1 . TheoALLtEN& GINTER Branch
ih ii5(5 IaI its . iif0.theuAmimsan Toacco cs.,
Spitzers e i i)-, b.Mpnu5ct5ers. - -Richmond, Virginia.
Sporsssi 'it . Artz, Ip.
OSuivtzer, r. 5. Adamtis, c
Jefferis, 5 5. ilissice, s.
P'earson, 5b. Norihii ay, r '
tdssgmao, p. H-eathl, 1ub.
Press Club Meeting.
Th'le Press Clush held its regular
meeting_ in Room 12, last building,
Saturday night. Tfhse program toss-
sisted of papers on Sensational Jour- ,.
nalism, by Miss Buck and Mr. Lorie.
MhisDock took itLegitinmate Sesn-__________________
sationalism" for her thseme. She
sid: "The functions of a news- P. . KflTNUCAN,
paper are to express time tenth and
to express it dynanmically." She MVERC.HANT
then showed how completely the so-
called sensational press fulfilled
these functions. TAILOYR
Mr. Lonie discussed Isis subject
under two heads-The Sensational AND IMP'ORT'ER u
Newspaper and the Dime Novel. I
He held that Sensationalism was := T 0 =,P-1T3
not to be considered as a good so
itself, but a means through which
good might be affected. An in- 55 Wq__EORET ST_.,
formal discussion by members of
the Club closed the exerciseo. Detroit, )Iichigan.

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