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VoL. V. No. 106.
'THE COMING INDOOR MEET.
MESSRS. REILLY AND BARCLAY
TO APPEAR IN A CONTEST.
A Wrestling Match Between Two
of the Cleverest Wrestlers of the
West.
The prime attraction at the indoor
meet, March 29th, will be the feature
which drew the crowd last year,
Messrs. Reilly and Barclay, of Dc-
-troit, in a wrestling contest. All who
were at the meet last year will need
-po reminder of the skill of this pair.
Mr. M. Reilly, who has wrestling
for the Michigan A.. A. in amateur
contests for the past three ears, is the
champion 125-pounds amalteur wrest-
ler of America, which title he won
,at New York last year. In this con-
test lie disposed of all )bt one of his
competitors ii less than a minute
each. He is also the 125 and 13-
pounds amateur champion of the Cen-
tral association of the A. k. U. There
are few men of even 143 pounds in the
west who can dispose of him.
Mr. Barclay, Reilly's mate, has been
wrestling but two years now, but is
one of the cleverest in the west. He
holds the 13-pound championship -if
Michigan and of Dtrit. izis weight
-and skill nearly otTse R--illys great
cleverness.
The committee in charge of the in-
door meet will decide tonight as t,
the team or selsy races. It 1- Ii c-
posed that two be rim, one bet' --n
law and medic teams and one between
97 and '98 lit teams.
The Freshman Party.
Ninety-eight held her second dance
last night at Granger's.. Thli tickets
were limited to sixty, but more than
fixty came In, though the floor was not
uncomfortably crowded, owing to the
:large number who came alone. There
-were twenty-five dances on the pro-
gram, but added extras took the place
of the last five. Early in the evening
the Freshman Glee and Banjo clubs
gave selections, each of which was
hteartily encored. The clubs both per-
-form well, and their music made a
pleasant break in the monotony of the
dances. Although '98 gave the social
ther were many others there, notably
juniors, who were almost as numerous
as freshmen. This participation of all
the classes in the socials of each one
is becoming almost universal. Noth-
ing is gained by excluding the rest and
indeed much is lost, especially finan-
cially. In this latter respect the social
last night was eminently successful
-The patronesses were Mrs. Dr. Lom-
-bard and Mrs. Prof. Beman.
The walks of the campus are once
anore in a fair cndition.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1895.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

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Course in Shakespeare.
The Shakespeare seminary course
under Prof. Demmon during the sec-
ond semester begins Monday. Follow-
ing is the table of subjects, the person
whose name is given first with a given
subject coming Monday at 2 o'clock;
the second, Tuesday at 9; the third,
Wednesday at 10, and the fourth,
Friday at 10:
1. Midsummer Night's Dream-Miss
Goshen, Mr. Heartt, Miss Pond, Miss
Price.
2. Merchant of Venice-Mr. Larze-
lere and Miss Hinsdale, Miss Mon-
tague, Miss Hartshorn and Mr. Beach,
Miss Colton.
3. As You Like It-Miss Foley, Miss
Robinson, Mr. Simons, Miss Ives.
4. Twelfth Night-Miss Jtne Cook,
Mr. Peavey, Miss O'Mcuhra, :riss
Sabin.
5. The Tempest-Miss Irland, Mr.
Davis, Miss Biester, Mr. Watson.
6. Richard III-Mr. Liebig, Miss
Cady, Miss Carrie Smith, Miss Bach-
elder.
7. Heiry IV-Miss Orr, -Miss
O'Brien, Miss Harris, Mr. Duncan.
8. Hamlet-Miss MeCagna, Mjss
Frances Cook, Mr. Hadsitz, Mr. Red-
zie.
9. Othtello-Mr. Selling, Miss Ran-
dall and Miss Anna Thompson, Mr.
Lautner, Mr. Wakefield.
10. King Lear-Mr. Clark, Miss
Gettemy, Mr.. Gray, Miss Stella'
Thompson.
11. Mtaceth--Miss Fuller, Miss Pur-
dium, Mr. Dancer, Miss Wheeler.
12. Carolinus-Mr. Covell, Mr. Lorie,
Miss Buck, Miss MetOmber.
Miss Palmterlee and Mtss Divine, Mr.
Duncan and Mr. Hill, Mr. Parker and
Mr. Latson; Mr. Bauer, Mrs. Winter-
burn, Miss Barrett and Miss Wier.
Meeting of 'Varsity Track Men.
The call for a meeting of the candi-
dates for the 'varsity track team
places it tonight at 7 o'clock in room
24, north wing of the main building.
Capt. LeRoy and Trainer Fitzpatrick
will address the candidates as to the

THE PRACTICE COURT. NO GOOD STUDENT

WORK OF SENIOR LAWS IN THE
ACTUAL TRIAL OF CASES.
The Course of Procedure Almost
Identical With That in Any Court
of Law.
There have been five jury trials
in course two thus far, and it may
not be taken amiss to make a few
statements concerning the imanner in
which this work is conducted.
The cases of this course are for
jury trial. The facts upon which the
cases are based are partly assumed,
but are mostly those which hav oe-
cuirred.
The attorneys in the case with six
witnesses meet the professor, who as-
signs the case and then those facts
not assuied are actually gone through
with. As for instance, if two parties
in the prepared case are presumed to
hold a conversation, this is gone
through with by two persons who
relate the substance of the conversa-
tion; and similarly with all business
dealings which result in a contract,
if the subject matter of the action is
suit brought upon a certain contract.
So in this manner the facts actually
occur, and are testified to on the trial
of the cause as the witnesses saw
them occur. The assumed facts are
also testified to as though they were
actual facts and they cannot be varied
by the attorneys without consent
given. These late-T facts are not to
be contradicted or cross-examined at
the trial.
Any witness may supply evidence
as to his assumed age, residence and
occupation conforming to his assumed
character and not inconsistent with
assumed or actual facts, and this
testimony is not the subject of con-
tradiction.
When the case is placed on the

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course of training that will be pur- docket, the litigant parties and their
sued and plans for the spring. In respective attorneys appear. A jury
is enmpaneled andi the oath givemn to
connection with this meeting, it may
the witnesseN. and the trial Is made

be well to state what events will be
open for candidates to train in this
spring. They are the following four-
teen: 100 and 220 yards dashes; 440
and 880 and 1 mile runs; 120 and
220 yards hurdles; mile bicycle; m-ile
walk; running broad jump; running
high jump; pole vault; shot put; ham-
mier throw. These are the events of
the Western Intercollegiate association
program. It will be noticed that the
walk will thus, be introduced here this
spring for the first time in some years.
So far bt few walkers have reported,
and the management Is very anxious
to hear from at least eight or ten men

to appear as an actual trial so far
as circumstances permit it. The stress
1in grading the students as attorneys
is laid upon thei ability shown in ex-
amining and cross-examining witness-
es and objecting to improper ques-
tions and incompetent evidence. This
course is intended to give the students
experience as trial lawyers, and it is
proving invaluable under the manage-
ment of Judge Bogle.
Mr. G. W. P. Brown and Mr. H. M.
Porter, members of the law class In
oratory, have been invited by Prof.
Trueblood to deliver short eulogies on

who will try for this event. Pole the late Frederic Douglass before the
vaulters are also scarce, likewise ham- class next Thursday at 1 o'clock,
mer throwers and broad jumpers. room 24.

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