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VOL. III.--No. 181.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1893.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

FOOT BALL PROSPECTS. All stories, poems, and humorous
-s tsketches of a suitable nature will be
Michigan Expects to Put a Winning
Rugby Team in the Field given careful consideration by the
this Fall. Board, under advice of a committee
The Athletic Association made no of the Faculty, and the selections
mistake when it elected Charles msade with a care that will make the
Baird manager of next year's foot appearance of an article in the
ball team. He is a man who plays Oracle a greater honor than under
the game himself and therefore fully the old prize system.
understands what is needed for a Paddock and Suydamn 'in.
good team. He is also a "hustler,'' ---
as may easily be seen by the pre- Yesterday forenoon the fnals in
parations he has already made for doubles were played between Pad-
the games of the coming season. dock and Suydam, and Hamilton
He has justly insisted on the colle- and Wright. The play at times was
giate league forming a schedule good, but in the end the greater ex-
for the championship games; lie has perience and endurance of Paddock
also arranged for games with Cham- and Suydam won the match by a
paign, U. of C., Cornell, Lehigh, score of 6-2, 6-3, 6-3. This gives
Purdue, and other colleges, most of them the first prize in the doubles.
which are to be played on the home Tomorrow Hamilton and Wright
grounds. will play Watson and McKenzie for
Full arrangements have also been the second place in doubles.
made for the team to begin their At 4 o'clock this afternoon Pad-
training early this fall, probably by dock and McKenzie met in the
the eighteenth of September. Two finals in singles. A large crowd
good coaches have already been se- witnessed the game, which was the
cured, a training table will be pro- best so far in the tournament. The
vided early, and everything looks rallies were at times long and the
favorable for a good team. The placing accurate. Mcke nie served

subscription paper that was passed
last fall reaches above one thous-
and dollars, which, with that taken
in at the games, will give ample
support for the trai.
Most of the old men will return
to school, and many other good
players have declared their inten-
tions of coming to Ann Arbor.
Schultz, of Albion, who plays a
strong line game, and Culver, of
Northwestern, both think strongly
of coming. It is said also that a
230 pound giant from the Hoosier
state is coming here, and will t!ir
for center. With such prospects,
Michigan certainly ought to have a
strong rugby team this fall, and will
doubtless give its old rival, Cornell,
a good rub.
The Oracle will Offer no Prizes.
At a recent meeting of the Oracle
board it was decided to discard the
old method of offering prizes as a
means of obtaining contributions.
It is believed that there will be no
lack of material offered from which
to select and that the money usually
expended in prizes can be spent to
greater advantage in increasing the
number of illustrations and the
general attractions of the book.

cwell and used the Lawford drive
with good effect. Paddock played
a steady game, placing accurately,
and playing the side lines well. tie
passed McKenzie a number of times
on back-hand drives, and smashed
well. Several long deuce games
were played. The final score stood:
Paddock beat McKenzie 6-2, 6-2,
6-2, thus winning the first prize in
singles. Suydam, Somers, and Mc-
Kenzie will play for second prize in
singles tomorrow.
The other scores were as follows:
lFriedman beat Crain in second class
singles, 6-o, 6-1; Burns beat IV.
Chickering, 6-1, 6-5; Grosbeck beat
Alexander, 6-3, 5-6, 6-3.
Inter-Fraternity League.
All the games of the inter-fra-
ternity league have not yet been
played, but as the DAILY suspends
publication today, we give a schedule
of the games so far played:
Won. Lust.
Psi Us...-.-..----...-5 50
Deks -------a-
Alpha Delts . i_._--
ZetaPsis .............. 0 4
This practically gives Psi U first
place, and their team will have the
honor of the banquet which takes
place on the 16th of this month.

GRADUATION SOUVENIR.
Something Entirely New and Novel
in the Line of College
Annuals.
Mr. Alexander Cumming, lit '94,
has been at work for several months
arranging for the publication of a
work entitled the "Graduation Sou-
venir.'' It will be far superior to
anything every issued heretofore in
the line of a Commencement publi-
cation. It will contain a number of
new and attractive features.
Besides the President's Address,
the Class Day Oration, the Class
-Poen, Class History, and Prophecy
of the various departments, which
will appear in this publication only,
Mr. Cumming will give President
Angell's Address, Solicitor-General
Maxwell's Address before the law
class,and Mr. Long's Oration, which
won the prize in the Inter-Collegiate
Oratorical contest. Although the
Commencement Oration, to be given
by Charles Dudley Warner, is copy-
righted by Harper & Bros., Mr.
Cumming has succeeded in obtain-
ing a full synopsis of the address for1
the Souvenir.
It will also contain a calendar of
all the important college events of
the year, written up in a peculiarly
original style.
'there will be a short biographical
notice of the author at the begin-
ning of a number of the articles.
The work.will be illustrated by a
number of fine engravings of prom-
inent University people, including
Pres. Angell, Dean Knowlton, Dr.
Ford, and a number of seniors.
The binding will be something
especially attractive, it being in-
tended to make it as elaborate as
possible, and at the same time keep
the price at twenty-five cents.
Lower classmen who expect to
leave before Commencement should
hand their orders for a copy of the
Souvenir to Alexander Cumming,
literary department; J. S. Phillips,
law department; J. H. Jones, medi-
cal department; or at either of
Moore & Wetmore's bookstores.
The Inlander has been somewhat
delayed, but is now on sale. It
contains a valuable index of authors
and contributions for the volume
just closed.

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