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May 22, 1893 - Image 1

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VOL. III.-NO. 1 V 7.



LOCAL RECORDS BROKEN. mile, as did Hoit in the mite. The
Saturday's Field Day Memorable in p~ole-vault was a pretty- contest,
the Annals of U. of M5. ; Austin winning at 9 feet, 6 inches.
Athletics. Geary sias the best mans in the
STe aannal spring; Field Day seas junsis. His alt-arousndssork is ex-
held at the atthletic field last Satur - celiesnt aiid wins for hins the fildc
day, and to say it was a grand suac-Ilasses. Martin Lwoutit probably
cess would tieexpressing it svcryhaebsdhie adntices
nmitdiy. It was so niucthathead of kelptii nity'frossm tie fiel.Thi'tte
any fielsd-say hielid here in thie ast X2titurdlte was a prcity racie'XWite
that coimparsSons asseentirelsy ott itning iby-a loot un-sr Reiiin 27a35.
o ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u o si Retedms iI heltin e ail tillthtitslast
was ecualitto any of theestern iscotl- tiurule, shoretrecouppederite
tege fiatld-stays, ant in one at least isiier ansstnscois se a
it eclipsedt asiy recorsthits thasvet etelusl h gse 5 sisan'
beets madacthissyear. I lit illtbe brosugtiusitints h-anext
The clay svas all thatsicould be ;twoueofes o iadyseea
asked, ansI the track was in prins e offijcsers, 'f'sterayMeCey-
condition. The attendance, whlich flos ugs upr ~cCy
at fornaer field-days has been smnall, saocsas'rnel. Maues
was even lamger than at thne base- Bliss, Harding. Referee, Duffy.
ball gamnes, and a largeonmber of Strer, tLister, of Detroit. Clerk
ladies wvere present. of course, Decke. Timers, Willianm-
The prizes competed for were son, Griffin, Watts. Ananouncer,
elegant gold andI silver msedals toAVW.Gifn Folwgisaum
first ands second winners anid a nmary of events and winsners:
splenstidt set of field-glasses to wi- sa 0 issard ias-Wons by G.ChaCipmni
Sit.Ihelnson, desitsecotn'. Timie 10
iaer of mnost linlts dusring thne slav. e
Btesides this tine class winnine the 220i a'issh tnts. Chiapimastsfirst;
largest nsunber ofIpoinats Inns its helnons se ois T isse 22 -5asee.
nanse engravest ottthe S. I.A. 4111-yanrdfias-Ashley, -e=1 awhfrst
son0 silver culp. '96ilit5w itl ise Sandersoni93 itiiisecond.iT hnitie is
thathnior, an they woia 40Itoisnts. 850-yalis rtiltGiosish iili l
'The oilier classes ranaked as followcs:tMolt, 95,neconid' Cassidy , denlt, thurd.
95 lit, s8; '94 lit, I1; '93 lit, I3; sime, 2:6 1-5
'94 lawv, 12; '93 lawc, 20; Medics,; Milte Strt S1 1 inst; itlnswothi
Dents, 7. 'This field-dtay decided 293Iasecond.limWe ose5:09i.
for tine most part tine teanm that iill iesi itsncoiIGiy iflt
compete in the events at Chiscagothsirs. Time, 272 -sec.
wchicht eant wil1 probably sausmber Misle bicy ce telen, 5 lit, first;
fromsa16Oto ig ISieeicy, '94lit, sectoss;incsit 596 lit
Tine star ceceiii of the ciay weretirdl;iMor~isfuth. imsue ,
sTwo-site bicyclte -Beldensflust;
the soo-yards sandasadthtie 2ao0- tyscsd1isnee ud1is
yards stasis, buit snaby Cisapiss t souts. imue, a-aS
over Lessonbyly ens thsaia a foe?,'.ssssssssig broadsilumnp--Gieary, 96,
'T'hetinse for tse loo-ysnequals t inst, 19-ft l-i-l Coffissn, seondt;IPat-
inter-collegiate recordts ant i ii terott, 94 laws, thirst.
bee betenby istInv me ss t ic Sstinsgbroadstjurnsp--Geasry, fist,
bee betenbybuttwome inth li-t 7-ill; Colist, seond;il Horton, third.
avord. It was caught by si-s Buninllg Iighs jssnp-Geairy,fist,
wcatches. The 22o record is esqual -ft 4-ill; Codlil; seconldt;Dortonl, tisird.
to any made this year. Old track P'ole vasult--Assstin, li95 lit, fist, 9-ft
men who were present said they had 6-ill; It. Chapmnul, 94 lasw, seeonid;
- Crone, '96, thirsd.
never seen the twvo sprint races Hanmmer thsrosw-tPerry, '93 lana, first,
eslualled on any track. In the 440 74-t; Laultnalr, 195 lit, seconld; Hasl 93
dash, Mitchell, who has rum in 52 law,'.thlirdI.
seconds, preferred to run against Strnt put--h~all, '93 law,- 34-ft li-ill;
time rather than he handicapped Findlay, seeond; Reed, thsird.
withnon-ecor men He ade High kick--True. '94 law, -ft -in;
withnon-ecor men He adeGeary, seeond.
only 55 2-5. His pacer on the hi- . ,r
cycle did not understand how to Saturday's scores : Northwestern
run him. Ashley made a pretty 4; University of Minnesota 7; Yale
run in the 440 race, making 55 flat. 5, Princeton s:, University of Chi-
Grosh had an easy thing. in the half- cago 5; Rivals, so.

Michigan Forced to Play under Last
Years Roles or
Outr boy-s hardly receivdci fair
deal a t Ithaca, Satu.rdayr. Cossnelst
masnager refussed to fulfill lain agree- I
unt andil Ilayusslesrlisa newv rites,
asic st t s otirleant at a tig disast-
santa-c, andt captais~n 'Ial'y-or insisstes
oflyn witshbut onae sumpire,
anii aCo nasma. lust M'iciti-
gana sdnes nst ascribe tsar defeat esn-
titsely to unsfair tactics. Wriest isa
tine tselist-scertinsly pron-dactt
tanzca to tine boys swhile Taylor be- we
hinsdsthtinhie bat gas-chimnaexcellent thSt
support. For Michilgan Krogman
pitched a good ganse considersng
that he mad not tried tine fifty foot
distance before thnis seasosn.lie let DLI
but one man down on bails. .
Snmelczer msade a splendid catchn of 9IQ
a lone drive, Spiczer and Spusney
carniest off line baiting Ihonors, the
latters hmne run being lise iongs
htl ever seen on tine grousnds.f
F~ollowing is tine score.

1 $l or ,$ Soesniat e tss-I55 a 1tirles
imond Straight Qa}.
Cisette Smoses ahe
aressslsing toDeaelisttle
sithared Iorthe otirtity
liade OCacettes. ,tilSaid
'T'utsitnsuSperir to
Thile Richmond itraights
5. Cigtartt es amde Irs-a thsebright-
)st datlsi's flavos-eds andt highesteelst
s-eal gronen51Virgissia, TMiis thscOld
crnlead of tStrasght Silt igarettes,
t8bogtt f ot ivyaas1in the yeartI8".
rs o5 itations, andsdevets tnste
st-cia sbeine-isan every v-ni-age.
Of te Amserican TebacetPuo.,
Iarses.- - Rschson,sV irgiaia.

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antI Osi
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A Distinguished Visitor,
D~r. Virchow, Professor of Anat-
omy, at Berlin, Germany, and son
of the world-renowned Virchow,
visited the University last Friday,
the guest of President Angell and
Dr. Abel. He has charge of the
the German educational exhibit at
the World's Fair. He is also visit-
ing some of the leading schnools of
America during his stay here. He
fleft for the east, Saturday.

AneolIb1PoIa ER 0
FIS'-=0TOO a-s,
55 W- FORW T'
Detroit, Xiohigan.

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