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V\OL. V. NO. 113.

UNWVERSITY; OF MICIHGAN, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1895.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

]REDUCED TO TWENTY-NI NE SOLONS TO VISIT US.
Legislators Will Inspect the Uni-
NUMBER OF 'VARSITY BASEBALL versity Friday.
CANDIDATES LESSENED.___
'lo Rlegilatilre is ('onogto towin.
Baseball Practice Definitely Ar-

M. EUGENE YSAYE COAMING. No GOOD STUDENT

ranged-Names cf Candidates and
Practice Hours.
The lbastlball itifiitnig atio thas dI
cide d on a ihinnitig out of ft'e conti-i
doles for Ilte lbaseball ti em in aecord-
linco Withi 11w' plaii followedi at ol
ihe caslil u tniv ilEio. tromt tow
on, therefore, tho 'followingn: ii will
:apt. or for liar-u ic'e as desinated be-
low:
Blooniingston, Bradley,
Butler, (.Ctndoin,
,overt, Crosby,
Deans, Dollbs,
Fox, Farnthamn,
Glates, flall up,
,Green, Hart,
Holmes, H uber,

rirt' Thutrsday inighit aitd till spend
Ifriday ittopeciing 1the Unit ec it.
('onptititearcang 'au-tlewill be niatite
to shtowvt'e visitors ow '-the ianag, ,
naetfof ite i'tiivi'roilv is es~ntet.
Thoy w'aill lI- tenderitd a rteeptioii I-
liv. problylvittlt' ~gytniasititi.
Indoor Moot of Engineers.
'fit'iigiiiu'e to' inditl os'etbro-tigt
a large ciroldto ft' g'--itiasisitumfiat-
riltiay and was lii'oliittix-''of aOil lttii
anti a half of gootd 'ontests. 'Itte
eletiritcal cogineet's carrietd off thi'
huooi's of firstplate.,'ititlitiugtolo-ty
engine i-s got l t' i't'iftiling two

WILL BE HERE MARCH 20.
A Bater of the Violin-Securedt
'Through the Enterprise of Uni-
versity Musical Society.
Itivece of 'ilolintimic 'ititi li e slat1
it to ai'n thttM. Ysaye. the falloti;
Bl'tgtnvii'lnostt ims ani' isetc~ueti fur
Stali 1125. 'lii-'iiiittittie t Sattol(-
s'houll b" siitti'iit to fli 1i(ivtyi
hatlitfldt'e l1iiversityMnlsi("al sot-i-
ety eitlot be' too highily eotsgcallatt't
fit' it sti(ersinl Itavitig set oreit s
t'ttiiit,11t fiti ilt.
i'tugeti t' sye. was bort il in 'l'gitint1
ttirty-six years tigo tldhas wonitifor
hmself t acefit amlong uliheg(retrst
tetists. His fatitr' wtas rft gettletlir
t'ttipalitiit trou gh 1this ( uuitr't. Vtlt'

Meeker, MclClay,stl on┬░ it ael Mn-ecg
McKenizie, Miller-,wrsln'stttttrutac. itet.li'astliiiigo'tnitt
┬░oeRutssell, Thfli'olltowing wereis ts' evt-rts ainthe pt'nse, tititci'such ttachters aisAMite'
Seslon, knelling, tfl it''aetrs: at t tuu"'iienawsihi, whttse iutiullne
St. Clair, Waite, Fence'vaidtltiitc'liiisoii, '1l' I:. st;lieitiwrgtitfititt.It's
Watkins. thastbee'tilry Igeatu;poein"i'iil'('eiis
Intfiltdtrs, ttirowingitutd catchinog, '" '' thu aertiii'of the mottderriititrgian
vtulsisl Iliii'hegyflfisio ifl, 2:t30 to schtf''t thulr.ootl of vitolinists whit r'epresenit.thte
13:30 p. itt. Runiniiig bctttttl .Iiill-I'flolei, '.3f rieli school iitiitbty tPolishi in-
All cantiiidt' a. on 'lust -wuiglils, L, lst; Horfton, '015It, 2nd; Htchlt'in-iPuci'ii'ti.
0:.10 to :45 IIp~. sll. rt;i-ilit, 8ft'.Sy Sine(' 38811 \t. Ystave' basablitro-it-
All canudidiate. oenthi, track 3:15 to incites. f ositi' of violin imusit' tt the Rouyal
4:15 p II.IIi t'e'arestling bottbetwxeenil-or ('ttnst'rvtoi'y ittirusels, 'alen'his
'liding, 4:13 p. ill.tint, '"1i I, aid Staltt't '9) .1 , Hton puttifPdlinhits btetn fully' estabtlishett.
ttetries ini cage, dowitafirs, 3 10 secuired t. fall in two)iiinute Paris tini LontdonIfhave joined in
p.l. ~ltl'cibn'stlis'ft rit irtetg lil abailitit's. Siince'lilsfirst
In aseanycannotcomly 8ith -5 seconids;t'almeir.'."Ill-Ets eec
Di es a tiaotpipel 'ii ll:arance itiforit'hlii'P'hilharmiiitci
tlits they' wtill'itlease rport to the capi- onds; Dyt', '115 '. 111'k5 seconds.s co<city ini Ne'a York.'N'emnber' 1i' of
Inthelit'triaol re'ly re'the civ il Cillt e rnn-e tlo iil i a
fain at once.latyaInerAno.-edh 11s
Otts titan thtose' nameidilabave till gnes em opsdo a etutuen sttenttldw'ith coitttinedsucceiss.
please keep 0out of liii'battery's ig'Dye tnd larsons, defeitedti e flt tC 'iiliblcpis shg iiishris'
bsetweenithe huils mtionti~ed. caucl nier' eotftheclof ~hitm d thtIhliiis the ounly litvittg
Canditdates thtrotting eo it linoflorWleity -otidn StnitciitgIusitittutexcepit Patdeurewiskitvhomitheii
must keep ifint'e west hlf of the ylnC ioto to ah uhrli(entury mtagaizine ihaidigneid ttorthty
room. E. B. DEANS,_ two ltps, slid the timte taas 2::38 3-5. tif nuotlotsIin its columnas speaks etill
Acti; Cpt~n. Ge-ase-yen-please high kick-Hutch-ide o ix ovr ftebui
ine-en,'917 It 1st; Wyckoff, '915H, and
K. C. W EEKS, 'fill iinspiring music of lte violin catinot
Manager. Colliiie,'97 IE, tie; height, 7 feci, itosafford to mtiss this ran' tieat.
incites._______________
Senior Law. Baseball Team. Runiing high jlumpt--Hutchinson, Alpha Delta Phi at Yale.
Greet interest is: being iallifested '07It, let; Palmner, '90 E, 2nd: Collins, ApaDlsPi iiil ialeee
in baealboh 9 ay,01 1 9 t el egt el fort' born a four yearst society at Yale.
particular. in their class loose. C. 1.. The final relay race was .be- -ls ehr obcm i xlsvl
Showalter has bVelen etd atantw Een t the ccivil and lict ical jno olt tta nttto il
meng'. . heelsr, ndir. A Ifii(r' aead ia 50tdnilts it oen equal footinig'aithi 0. K.
meetng as eldSatrda, sol M. b th elctrcal ligneos, itlo~oE. and Psi i, Yle's 'presentf junior
Shotwalter roported forty , tindidates teutam 'ias " complosed of Collins, sceis lh ot-PihsJe
forthetoaO. ileilioagt' s ntv yckloff slid Horton. Hortonlirailtn a leI e hpe huea ae
corresponding for gameys with Albion, opened race andcwonertheudayafo liii'
flil rac. ad wo th dayfa! t11ti"costing $20,000.
Miichigan Military: Academy, Olivet electricals. The time teas 2:352.5.
anod the Normal schlool. Suits will be The usceet was productive of a goodl State High School A. A.
purchased fer the loans as soon as it deal. of: gootd nature'd rivalry as wveil Delegates from the high schoo~ls oi
Is picked.'rthe cliih is ,looking for as good sport and .will no doubt be Ann Arbor, Laoslog, Battle Creek:,
the interclass' chaompionshiip pennalit. repoeated by the, engineers in futni Jackson and GranId Itaplils met at
. 'A~rLansin. -Saturday and"organized tile_

Tries to lcarii 'iithottttlooks.
Sonto peopjle thsouigh (l"y to lists
Itilsifal 1itnstrumtlots 'it~h little
We Say Boy 'Ihosa Which Gave Tone
We osoll lin t kiijei.
51 South tf in aSt.
is th LEADING SCHOOL OF BUIN~iEStSandSORT'
'tAD ftagntficentbtuildingsenlitetther:s;re'
itedace; ood disipep; seueroer kee lltft
-tiuplitsreeading rom;sailysctyuisSatuslrdsy
set.ug rueptos;:openith e tirecyear. Excep.
.si tclties lee plating stuent osit i n
enoaduad roosmi62sts $2.75per weekiipriv~ate
Fanstus. Theseratestredueto Iso ~sby 'sel-
-)eartig. Fsr Caloigue tddress
o5R CLEARY. Pies
FRESH LINE OFCT S
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+ TUTTLE'S,
+48'S. STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARG[ST OPERATING ROOM IN STATIL
NO,. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Anm Arbor, Mich.
EID. A. CADIEUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
In the city. E. Wtasblsgton at., let deer
east ef Minlst. Ann Arbor.
MAMMOTH A PIPE SALE
JOLLYi& VCo's
H6 SOUTa STATE S. Dos't fall ta coma.
Batad Cold Lunches at Alt Hears.
Heard's
Criminal
Pleading
NOW ON SALE AT
WDA H Ra.

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elcation. It-'it as decided to held Up Town, Down Town.
" Universty Bookstore, OppstetCourt Houser
mopoting May. i4turad 31, a t SOtlISplace HR . stale St. 4,N. Main St.
to ho ele. ANN ARBOR

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