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VOL V. No. 130.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1895.

PRICE--THREE CENTS.

F

fiREAT ATHLETIC OCCASION
WATERMAN GYM. CROWDED AT
THE FOURTH ANNUAL MEET.
Close and Interesting Contests in
All Events-The Reilly-Barclay
Wrestling Match a Clever Exhib-
tion-fl. K. E Cup Won by P. Ver-
March 2th, 1S95,tmarks the (ate of
tho most successful indoor meet by
fat' ever held iiithe Iniversity of
ichigan, most sccesftl in respect
to tile program, the management and
the attemdance. Inlie of the oli-
"cabs' cergy there were a few u-
avoidable delays, but the met will
go ont record as uch the best 1man.
aged met ever 11((1Ilrd The long.
full proram was till11 through In tlo
and a half hour, clositg at 0:4.
Tho crowd, which iiumbered nearly
1.000, was well caredi for ansi very free
with praise of the meet. A cosid r-
able portion of it consisted of ladies.
At :13 the trittls in the 40-yards
dash wre sattrted, six of them ii all,
Ibre , men in a heat, They rsuted as
follows: 1sf,if. Otis, F. de'ot anl
W. Bryant, won by Bryat, 'u, 5a
:d, It. Baitghmatin, L. 'Morelose ad
J. Richards, won by Bougitisa, '9$,
44-5 s.; 3d, B. Morton, R. Hlodgmtat
and J. Moore, won by iodgtman, '9
law, 53s.; 4th, I. Kroeger, L. Holbrook
and G. St. Clair, woii by Holbrook. '97.
5 1-5 s.; 5th, J. Thomoas, H.IPelver anti
C Porter, won by 'Thomas, '9, 4 4-5 s.;
(til, I' Crosby, 'h6ila tw, woit fruits C.
:Steoes, 52-5) . Setmi-ital hets: 1st,
Baughmtan, IHodgman tinutBryant,
woit by Banghtmana uitHodgmn
.secoiid, 3 .; 2d, won by tHoltrook ovili
Crosby second, 5 s. Final heat woii
by Baughman, Hodgian scoid, Hol-
brook third; itte, 44-5.
'rho featisrweiglit boxing champion-
sip was won by W. Prniort, '97
dent, from L. Hutbbard, '97.
The middleweight wrestling hoet-era
H. A. Chambers, '97 and V. 0. ord,
"95 law, proved a very interesting and
close contest. C'hanmbers iut up a:
good defense and it ook lord, the '94
champion, over five milnutes to throw
bi.
The bet fencing exhibitioni ever giv-
Fea here was that by J. M. Swift, '9,
-and J. F. H. Knuyper, '93 dent.
In heavyweight boxing th deilson
was close. C. E. MConkly and L. .
Campbell, bt'9C jaws, proved to be
pretty evenly nmathed, ut lMCono-
ly's greater clevertiesso gave himn the
decision.
The lightweight WrIeug etweec
02. Z .iTrans ad H. C. Soads1n,
both of '8;, was tho slewoos event of
the evening asnd was tertminatedl by.

JHanis throwitng Me-ndelson t the e-ad
of 41/,tninntes.
T1ho rutnning high jtump and tit
10-lbs. shott put were ruofl togother.
Itt the shot put1, T. A. Lettoy, '96, woin
wyith a isut of I33 ft. 5 in.; 1'. Crosby,
'Oil law, second; L. Htlchinson, '9)7,
third. 'The high iusipwas u-ott by I'.
Verntor, '97, who mtade a msaork of -i ft.
45/, in.; tlissentitles MNr. Veruom' to
hsavinsg tis itamsoe eigrav-esdoil sot-'
D. K-. IE. ctip offered to the wimneof
thtis eo-ens.
Theo lightoweighst bsoxing" t'lsO-s.Ot -
F-riedttlntd-r, '98, and tJ.. B. Whtite,, '95
tmedtic, was tte most sharpliy .ontestesd
os th bsolsxittg constests. ft wais at fir-st,
fasirly s-ss-i, buGt ossarsi the tslo>
Frielandesr hadstinttgs ol isis own
sooty oantdlvotn easily.
1i ornis, '90 litei, tisstIC. it. P'tr-
icr, '98ieodic, hoot intthle tmidle b' ox-
tng cotest, actd Miesrio wa oss stes
tho( soilstor of the chamtspiotshlip.
Bo-e ts nth sebt twto evoinssts d
atfte'r tolotst weveo'itrooducedstwfo
exliitiott bouts of ws-olittg by ai. J..
Rheilly, 123-lss. attlser camont sistof
bhe Unmited Stales, ansi Geo-. Basro'loy,
lightiweight c-hamtioisitof Mkishigtmt.
'ii: sounts fully mest te exsetotitions
of tose! who sass-thtsse too go-ntis ttts-o
liat 1-ear, ando tto' croiwdtwontiwild
0o01'rlte ols-r ot'lsand11101 itt o 5f es-
c'apittg tte it tttha soot-csion i. 11.
stict boutt Iteilly secuireo t, 5foail itt
tibotit fosir mtinuto's. T'l'ablousst
otis s totost shtarpsl- colitostest snsof
lte two, as ibothtof tto'e1m51105'orn ont
thie itus'-ftotsstar:ti ostitnisht test tis-
1p1.10esIsurpsri.slug ols-s-rmss-s
Thte evenisg sprog'rato s osclosesd
bsy twoIs-alorsraces oil tihe 'nniig
tracko, four to-isin eachliteamtsiandisestih
itoan rssinning twvo laiss, or 271 yardts.
1litohelirt ,thse 'iS ills wonoifrsstts'97
lts in a walkovs'r. '9s'slt iss vasscomis-
posed of F. S. Atwood, M. Bary, F.
Ballardi adit. Parsons itt the otdse of
runinlg; atol'98's men were; . .
'fThomias, WX. Basighttian, G. Smthl andot
iE. B. Catilkitns. Each .98 omngtlinnsd
011 '97, and ('aulkinos sad ns'arly

SCHOOLMDASTERS'CLUB.
SUBJECTS OF IMPORTANCE TO
HIGH SCHOOLS DISCUSSED.
The High School Course In Biolog-
ical Science. in Physics and In
Chemistry-Other Matters Under
Consideration.

NO GOOD STUDENT
Tries to learn without books.
Some people though try to use
musical instruments with little
or no tone.
WIe Say Boy Those WNhich lave lane.

i'lo tty-tftt outtonnualses'sionftl 01 tClML IIU
this Sc-iootttssslr's clttb soiuttto5d
'lhttrsdosytitorning its Nowisver ry litt3.
'hio' mtornting's ttisctussion -vas takoen 51 south Ntain st.
uis oiths lte toplic,' 'hor Iigit Schooi OS ,
('out-se fils Biological Sciettes- " r'.Ioe J S.W .*
sulsjvt -w-aots cotnsisdoret-sis a sowios of /
te-mnte apr. he bjc o liPractical s T ail'or
cssurss' ovas discussesd by Prof. Wo'sr- has worhed for many years for one of the
esoter, folhooved bsy Miss HI1. BoaihySfnest merchsnt taihoriog conctetts to
Detroit, also far the hate J. M. Stafford,
of (Gran o tud poiis. L. N. Jsshntson, ot the high ciass tailor of this ctty, havtng
thtis oilyioresd a v'ery gosotd papa.'r taught the halest system of Garment Gut-
ting wil predate you the
''ht Subttse M ailer." 'TsoIprspoll
isisgihi of sutch a coutrs-e vas constsis-l- atest Cut and Style in Clothes 1
s-csi iy hss iorites LytissfDo- Fall Press bolt madeoforreasonatie prhce.
trssit, atd1ish IKls Mtorgareti:Merrill, of No Troubhe to Show Goods.
Sagiots. 1". IE. Woosd, of Bay ('ity. lOB., WaSbingtonl st., up stairs.
g.voe atloodt1)11)r ott "'lh o'ssitiosttin
tito C'urriclum,,t, stish Ifiss Grace H©'ZT i1'U'N OTIMS
Hatintg, of Dsetroil,,rclossd vitht aIFmESH LINE 00'
paplesr ott "Esquipmitetan11( Mauls,'.- LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
Iists'tt.," JOT tREEIVEDAT
At tte tifts-itoot s sssiotl "'[hr 111th + TUTTLE'S,
.Sc-hool Cosi n Ftt Pysics" ova :.sde' 1,.48 8. ST.ATE ST.
batesd. Tio subjlec't 0001treats'stby fo
ttrof. Poitersotn. Jt.. Prof. Strssng, 1of_ Go to RANDA Lfo

Ypsilantti, lit.t'. I'. Adamls, of De-
trsoit, Pt-of. .1. (5. I'o. l'rof. IH. N.
(Ittis'nd11 H.11I . Itostsitoh.
'hor othrl oot101-sf 'Thu~rsdioly 0051
"The Hight Schosoilstou ts ('nto-titis-
ty." Pissf. Paul I'.mFroer -i-sast a
vary ale piaper uposnlltho s' Sijos't,
treoting it frso variossit pioints of
viewo. Thto' paper OtiSslisetmsss'slby
Prof. lfotlg4otiery-, W. Gi. Cookosf
Stsginawos, ant enPstilIro-scott, of lt-
shiariaco'tii-ol depatoimneast. 'h'esro
stis ito ev-enting so-siolitels.
Legislative Appropriation.
'Tetotuse- comsmtittee ontthie Utiler-
sill'isadte a ersimt oiltile-speciatl ap-
isopriation bill recoumssnmoing that thto
sung1 of $120,000l~ be appiropsrited'5. 'Fis

Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARGEST I PRJlIGROOM 1NI SIAJE
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Aim Arbor, Xich.
ED. A. CADIEUJX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
In the city., E. Washington st.. ist door
east of Main st. Ann Arbor.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
20 SOUTHe STATE ST. Don't fail to come.
Hot and Umld aunehes at Ahl Bourn.
PROF. JOHNSON'S
Illustrative Cases on
Bjills an d Notes
AND
NORTON ON BILLS AND N&TES
NOW ON SALE AT
WA HR R8S
Upm Tows, Dews Town.
UnivnersityKBookstore, Opposite Cort Hose
20SS.State St. 4N. MainnSt.
ANN ARBOR

gahned a. fill lasisat this'finish. 'rime. tdcin f531). sios
1 in. 59 4--s s. file'seeons raoce' oas hb- f $3i-000 for thistaddtitioni lotthi'echelns-
twvteen te'05 a-aol'9(6 its att htelahisstal lishoratory allotof $40(0010 for tams
The order of ruling.osasp D. I3. Ifor- tubtirgo itent to thte antatotmical laboram-
t(on, of '93j; J. H. Quatrles, A. M. IWolltort' sin: stricken outl.
Colt andt D.AL. Stuat, of 'Ot6, fort lisT' hie bill is nowin- ehils'Iand~s of thoe
llas; L. Martin, P. if. VWilioms and lt. omitteeihonomi sa smu tums, tand,
Cover t, of '96, and WV. Hodginan, of according to the Detroit lbune's
'93,forlbslas's.'thelaos otoby amsing corrosponident it is liale to
len feet itt1 ni. 59 s. 001115'before tlsihouse on. an atvoise'
report frois that committee'.
L. L. Mason, 'Q3 lit, ansi Harry ('anrl . Beardsley, the student so
W~right, '913 lit, wsereotere attending mysfo-riously disappeared after the
tile Schoolmaster's club. Cornell game last fall, has at last: bee-n
Allcanidaes or he lialni bas-hoard from. Word ovasreceived here
411canidtesfo lir harub bae.yesterday from his mother shialug
gsall team are requested to mooet on the that he is in Sai Frsacisco. The
camtpus neartimte gymnasium, at 31 theosries about his "suicide and imisanity
o'clock this arleemoo. are thius disproven.

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