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VoL. III.-No. 23.


PRiopE, Tolt 1EE CENTS.

A T league contest. The one who is THE TENNISTOURNAMENT.
ORATRICL OULOO, awarded first honors receives a -II r
-- testimonial of $75, while the second Good Crowa and Good Games.
Crane, Watrous, Dodge and
The Oratorical Association, best receives the sum of w150. These Paddock Winners.
two persPaddockomWinners
Past, Present, and Future. two persons go from sece to the
annual contest of the Northern In spite of the cold weather a

Michigan's Connection With the Oratorical league, which will be
Northern Oratorical League- e c
Conditions of Membership and of held at Oberlin this year the first
Competition in the Local Asso- Friday in May.
ciation.-Two Ladies Entered for
the Coming Contest. The local contest will no doubt be
made a permanent number of the
The U. of M. Oratorical Associa- course offered by the Students' Lec-
tion has a brighter outlook for this tare association. The contest last
sear than ever before. Not that it Fyear was well attended and much
has not flourished in the past, but it interest was shown in advance of
is reaching out for still greater previous ears.
achievements than it has yet accom- The Oratorical association also
lished. gives one entertainment annually,
The association was organized in which is free to its members. This
the spring of 1890. The first idea will be given by Mrs. T. C. True-
was to join the Inter-state Oratorical blood, tomorrow evening, in the law
association, but it was finally decided lecture room. She will produce her
to invite six other colleges of the dramatization of Helen Hunt Jack-
west to join with us in forming the son's Ramona, which promises to be
Northern Oratorical league. The a rare treat for those who attend.
Northwestern University, Oberlin There are two ladies who have
College, University of Wisconsin, made definite arrangements for en-
and University of Iowa, accepted tering the contest this year, which is
the invitation and a meeting was
something new for the local associa-
held here, June z189o, and an organi-
zation was formed with arrangements tise
'The officers of the U. of il. as-
for a contest to be held here the .s
following May. In this first contest
Milton Johnson; vice-president, J.
Mr. A. C. Gormley, of our institu- t
tioi, seon first lnors. F. Orton; secretary, J. G. Park;
' treasurer, H. T. Lovett. The execu-
The University of Minnesota has t
recently sent in an application for tive committee consists of Prof. 'W.
admission, which no doubt will be P.rker, A. j. Ladd, and ,'. H.
accepted, thus making the league aP
union of six of the great educational
institutions of the west.
Our association is open to mem- NEWS FROM THE CAMPUS.
bership to all the students of the
University, while the orators who The Lehigh Game May be Played
compete are chosen from the l1 w in Ann Arbor.
and literary departments as follows:
Two senior laws and one junio ? The inter-class schedule cannot be
two seniors, one junior, and one j arranged until Manager Griffin
sophomore from the literary depart- knows definitely what classes will
mnent, making seven in all. Gradu- put teams in the field. The follow-
ate students are not allowed in the ing class teams seem assured: '9;
contests. lit, '94 lit, '95 lit, '96 lit, '93 law
As many as choose may hand in '94 law, and a team made up of
their orations for entrance to the students from all medic classes, both
class contests, but only eight will be regular and homceop. The dents
chosen by judges on thought and may also organize an eleven.
composition from each class. These If the Oberlin team does not play
must participate in the primary con- here on Nov. z9, Manager Griffin
test, which takes place this year says that the Lehigh game, an-
during the last week of February. nounced for Toledo, will be played
From these class contests seven men in Ann Arbor. This will be wel-
are chosen as stated above, who come news. A game at Chicago
finally contest for the honor of rep- with the famous Chicago Athletic
resenting this University in the Club eleven is also a probability.

good sized crowd witnessed the
games yesterday afternoon. In the
second class singles between Green
and Crane, Green failed to return
and played a rather uneven gane.
-right and Watrous played nearly
even and the placing of the ball by
Wright was especially good. By a
final rally, however, Watrous suc-

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ceeded in winning the third set.
After the singles were played
Dodge and Paddock played Jones
and Watrous. The former won
both sets. The playing of Paddock
was particularly fine. These two
sets were not marked by any very
brilliant double plays, but steady
playing prevailed. The results were
as follows:
Second class singles, third pre-
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Crane.................. 6 6 -
Green ..................2 o -
Second class singles, fourth pre-
Watrous................. 6 6 7
IN rig t ................. 8 t 5 I
Dodge and Paddock...... 6 6 -
Watrous and Jones....... 3 o -
This ends the doubles. Today
Crane plays Van Tuyl and the win-
ner plays Watrous.


The civil engineers have formu-
lated an interesting program for this
evening, consisting chiefly of exper-
iences of last summer's trip. 'he
numbers are as follows: The Trip,
J. C. Davis; The Camp, C. I. Gavett;
'riangulation, C. G. Wrentmore;
:Railroad \ Work, C. A. Hubbell;
In General, tile party. Meeting
will be held in civil engineering
laboratory at S o'clock.
A vote has been taken by the
Choral Uilion as to whether they
will go to Chicago next spring or
not. It resulted as follows: 140
voted to go and 4 tvoted negatively
while many did not vote either way.
Whether they go or not depends on
the time set by the Fair committee for
holding the festival. If it should
come during week of examination
they can not go.

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