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VoL. V. No. 91.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1895.

PRICE--THREE CENTS.

TIDE SENATE PRIZES 'Princeton's Training Criticised. A TRIP THROUGH EUROPE. NO GOOD STUDENT
A1Pinetnmagazi ne reentlv eni
TO BE COMPETED FOR THIS A VERY INTERESTINC TALK BY
SPRING. woeited very unfavorably upon the MR. JOHN S H E E H A N . Tries to learn without books.
methoes of training which Ire in force Some people though try to use
Two Silver Cups Will be Given for at that eollege. The criticism r ds in Through Sunny Italy.-The Return musical instruments with little
All-Around Excellence in Field, Trip Through Central Europe.-- or no tone.
Track and Indoor Athletics. part as fellows: The Officers of the Elbe.
I#_"Now that the exeitement of tiS 8c T whi h yae Jo,

The board of control held a ineeling
and decided on rules governing compe-
tition for the prizes for all around ex-
sellence given by the University sen-
atc. There will be two silver cups,
one for indoor and one for utdoor
work.' The outdoor cup will be given
to the one making the nost points in
the annua'l spring field day in the fol-
lowing eight <vents: 100 yards dash,
half mile run, 120 yards hurdle, run-
ning broad jump, running high jump,
pole vault, shot put and hammer
throw. The records in these events
will be taken as standard, while the
performance each man does in each
event will be marked on a percentage
basis, counting the record 1,000.
The indoor cup will be given to the
one getting the highest marks in an
individual gytnastic competition to
be held probably one week after the
outdoor meeting. The full rules govern-
ing these contests willI be trawn up
ind published later.
Articles by Dr. Nancrede,
The rapid advancement in medical
and surgical methods demand a re-
vision of many of the older works
and Dr. Nancrede has lately been
engaged in supplementing former arti-
cles of his on "Injuries of the Head,"
"Injuries and Diseases of Bursa,'' aid
one by Dr. Bellamy, deceased, on "In-
juries and Diseases of Lymphaties,"
for the third edition of the "Inter-
national Encyclopedia of Surgery."
"A System of Surgery," a new medi-
cal work, edited by Drs. Dennis and
Billings, two of the leading physi-
eians of this eountry, is now in press.
A chapter upon "Symptoms, Diagnosis
and Treatment of Inflammation, Ab-
scess, Ulcer and Gangrene" has been
contributed by Dr. Nancrede. The
third edition of the "American Text
Book of Surgery" will be issued soon.
The two previous editlons, which had
ia unusually large sale, contained a
contribution of six sections from Dr.
Nancrede, who has recently com-
.pleted a revision of his articles for the
new edition.
The senate of Ohio has passed a
bill making hazing a misdemeanor,
punishable by a fine of from $100 to
-00 and from six months to two years
imprisonment. The punishment for
branding in any manner is a term in
the penitentiary. Thi legislation is
tOe direct result of the hazing and
braeding at POltware Collego last'
year.

fiootball season is over and we have Mr. Sheeitat's paper before tnity

had ample time to sit down and give
football mattersc arlul and thought-
ful consideration, unptejudiced by all
the wild thoories and conclttims of
the daily press, it iwould be well to
look into 'rinceton's past season and
endeavor, if possible, to come to ome
understanding of the results and their.
cause. To many, and they are in a
vast majority, the difference betwee v
the season of 1893 and that of 1891
seoms unexplainable. In the one year
a team-perfection itself and uncon-
querable-the next a teinm seeming
to lack all that wvent to make its pre-
decessor what it was. It is obvious
that something is wrong and impera-

club last evening was full of interest
from beginning to end, and was very
well rceived. He told of his own ex-
periences during his trip last sunmer.
He sailed from New York by the
southern route, through the straits of
Gibraltar, to Genoa. Here he stayed
but a short titm., but returned later
for a lotoger visit of six weeks. Dur-
ing that time he never saw a drunk ot
disorderly Italian on the streets, for
there are no saloons kept by and for
Italians.
After visiting a few lesser cities lie
went to ome, traveling in o coach
which had printed on the doots, "Built
by the Peninsular Car Co., Detroit,

YY sell that Kind.

tivo that something be done before Mich." Rome is always full of in-
next season's training. * * * s terest to every ote. The church of St.
."There are no two men who, mental- Peters and the Vatican palace contain-
ly and physically, are exactly alike. lug its treasures of art and literature,
Each tman has his peculiarities, and 'it are of course the centers to whieb all
should be tie work of coach, physician tourists flock, while the ruins of the
and trainer to study individualities forum and other ancient remains a e
and characteristics. No two men can of the greatest interest to the historian
be treated exactly alike. While one or antiquarian.
man may stand or even require it Naples, Pompey, Florence the city ofj
certain amount of training, another great men , enice and Milan all had
may not need as much, and although their notable features, which were
it seems urgent to have him on the seen and admired. Leaving Italy. the
field to engage in perfecting teai route led through Switzerland and
play, yet, better not have him at all France to England, where passage
than have hitt overtrained and life- was taken for America on the steamer
less. o- * t s Elbe. Mr. Sheehan spoke in the high-

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PROPRIETOR OF THE
Latest Improved Barber Shop
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east of Male St. Ano Arbor.
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"All of this, rudimentary as it may
seem, has not been practiced in Prince-
ton. Men in the line and those back
of the line practice each day, and
the same length of time, unless forced
to retire on account of some personal
injury. The same lack of regard for
the individual has been apparent in
the regulation of the men's diet; while

est terms of the captain and officers of
the Elbe, who were all most faithful
and obliging. Ite said it seemed like
losing old friends when he heard of
the terrible fate of the steamer.
Practice Court.
Undoubtedly Cous' 1 of the practice
court work will be completed this

the plea of "one touchdown more be- totes. ioricis beinttoublstant
fore we quit" has often served to ex- seven lasv arguments wilt be heard
tend the practice beyond the endur- this afternoon by the respectivei pro-
ance of the exhausted player. * * fessors. Cases in course two are being
"In fact, the football player is treat- assigned daily in order that the work
ted too much as a menial, not merely will be fairly commenced by the be-
at Princeton, but probably everywhere
else. He has no voice in the tian- ginning of the second semester.
agement; he does not even know what International Track and Field Meet.
teams he is to meet until the schedule
of games appears. It would seem but At the coming annual meeting of
a matter of justice that those who the American Intercollegiate Athletic
are to meet and play against men association Yale will propose to have
on other teams should have their the annual championship meeting
preferences consulted. Men playing
on a team such as Princeton's have
finely developed sensibilities , and to the first week in June. Pennsyl-
these sensibilities should be recog- vania will propose to have the win-
nized. The vote of such a set of men ners of the events selected as an All-
as to whether or no this or that team American team to meet an All-Eng-
should be met on the field ought tol
be taken into account in arranging land university team in an intern-
the schedule of games." tional track and field meet.

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