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April 23, 1895 - Image 2

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TILE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at.
THE UNIVERSITY- OF MICHIGAN.
OrcE: Times building N. Main st., tppoite
pst office.
The editors do ot old thomelvs reon-
siblo for the opinions or statemets of corres-
podents, appearing in the DAILY
EDITORS.
J. A. Leero, ', Managing Editor.
G.;. HAsiSN, 'OL, Assistnt
A. W. Snoe, Special, Asistant.
W. A. Srs,'50 L, Assistant. _
H. CoEnA, 'S, Athletic Edior.
J. S. PEARL, '5 L, Business Manager.
Associate Editors.
. A. Dancer, 'S5. E. L. Eans, '5 L.
E. R. Sunderand, '0. Carrie V. Smith, 'S.
L. A. Pratt, 't. L. IR. Hmble, 'Li.'
C. A. Houghton, 'SOD1. G. A. Heoath.'tie P.
Minnie Thompson, 'O. . . Gammon 'OS M.
C. H. Farrell, 't. S. E. ~nappeotS9.-
J. A. Finlay 'O.
The Dily will e dlivret ct your
room for the reininder of the el.
logo yer foirfit. All thebasebahll
and other Uniivsersity news.
In ai letter from C. A. Denson, '93-
'4 nmliaginig eior of the Dily, lie
says: "The new policy of the Daly,
alllewiig frateriity represenation, is
very 'else, as it reults in making it
thoroughly retreentative of college f-
fair.
IHenceforh, in idicting a student's
classo aiii departmlent, the Daily will
fllow the plan adoptet in almost all
oilier universities Studets in the lit.
erary sdeprtment will' dsiecgnated
simply by thiiir class numbller, '9, '6,
117 or '98; students iii other dep~rt-
nients will e designted y their clos
numiber wvith the iitial letter of the
minme'of their sdeprtment as 1531,for
a senior low, '963 At for a junior medi,
'97 D) for a freohimon deit and '9 P
for a entr plarni. Titl enumera-
tion has the advantage of looking wll
aitdlbeing concise, and shuld there-
foe make ilo own way into favor.
With this issueite Daily oard of
editors of 189-r6 assutno control, and
unuder htter auspices than ever efore.
The Dily i~o 110 thoroughly relice-
sentative, of te Uiversity in nakne as
well as in fact, as the fraernity2x lr5-
senlotiess on the staf' iniicates Fur-
thermoe, we are, as has een 'en oft n
said, entering upon 0 new era, and re
seeing the rapid growth of.'a'helthy
university spirit, In this te Daily re-
joices anid-i th it expects to pros~er,
Without omitting the work done' by
former managing editors, much credit
in duo to M-sss Lodle and Colemn
for their weal in furheaing the inter-
ests of the University during the pst
year. liqib luve ee,,al~l ,exponets
of our cherished institution, and to
them the Daily and the University at
large are mch.iidetd
Recent olege Games. "'
Chicago, 2; Noithwestern, 13 Wls-
consin, 4;1304tt,3. Prdlue, il;'Lae
Forest, 9. Yale, 14; Wilimis 4.'
Trefts, 11; Harvard,'7.' 141w4', 14;
Providlence, 8. St. Johns Military
Academy, 4; Wisconsin, 0. Toronto
2, Cornell, 0.

M ADE SOME LARGE SCORES.
CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.
thle Ohio ater admitted were strikes.
Captai Shielis callei in the team
and left the field. A miob surronded
the player, and it wavs only by the
asistone of cooler eads aong the
players that trouble was averted.
Shields made four difficult rining
calthles, aiid Sexton distinguished
himiiielf runninlg bases.
123431378
Mtichigan ...20 0 0 11 00-1
Ohio ............ 1920900 10-4
Mihigan, hits 7, errors 5; Ohio, hits
8, errors 4.
The DePauw team, which ws et
at txreenoasle, Ind., April 18, waso
veiry weaks, and there was a tetdeicy
toward loos playing on the 'varsity
sie in ots quece. Miller woo it
freely, hut lieligano foling cnd tin'
constantly improving temi work kept
daown the score. Runssell and ioltes
sid estecially good wvork, and Itusell
hit the al ard.
Iticiigan .... 35332 31 0 14-2'
Detlauw ...t0000041 0-13
Michiigan, hits 20, errors 3; Dct'uw,
hits 10, errors .
Friday, April 19, Wabash College
was defeateid at Crwfordville, Idi.
22 to . Thoughl the reslt woe the
saime as at Detotiw, tie gsmie woo
muich better, antl the large cor wo
duo rather to atting thou errors.
Hloles did weli behind the ht, Wat-
kins 0and1Gtllup in tihe x 10111 tus.
sell kept 'up ihis good ricored at lot't
Shields trippuet 011first hse cd
OtprOOuid i. 'ankle hbidly etutgito
keep himt lame for sone titie, Me-
Kenzie had a record at first of elevenm
chances, several difficult, coil no t~r
rors. tRtssll, Sielis, Sextoit cnd
McIe~enzie idid tt, b'lnt-elk at te'
bat.
1 2 3 4536i7 s9
Mllichigan.....3 81 2 0 033022
Wabatsh ...020220000-63
Michigan, hits 1, errors 4; Waboshm
hits 9, errors .
The closest gaiie of te~ trip was
with Illinois at CamopaigiAri 20.
Sexton was iii the hx, ut woo not
in good foiii and Illinois mdii'eigt
luts, three of themtIwo-hggers. 'fhie
'varsity hattedl heavily cc usua, ouch
ing sip Hotchkiss for elevn hits. At
the eid of the s eventi innliigtill score
stood 13 to (i. In Illinois' half of thi
ninith Umopire, Armostdelaredl a.runer
safe oh third whom Gallupiscllid out,
and Michigani left the fielil, Capt.
Shields was lnabble to play on acount
of his anlke and Condon payd right
field, W'atkins 'going to centerT'f le
fielding was sharp on both sides.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Michigan ......2 0 02 00-1
'Illinis ... .. ........30 01 0 02-(4
Mliclhlgan, 11 hits and 3 errors; I111-
nois, 8 hits and 2 errors.
.The vacation trip was closed yester-
dloy by a shut-out of Notre Dom.
Their nine was unable to make any-
thing o[ front Watkins, who stuck
pt thirteen men, The features of the
game- were a fine double play by
Chassaing, Funkhauser slnd Anson for
Notre Dame- and the batting of Deans
and the pitching of Watkins for Mic-
IWa. 11 mt s was hurt in the sixth
inning and gave way to Condon The
smore:
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Notre Dame .0000 00000-0
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vertse them In the Daily.,

Dental Notes, y PNEUMATIC BICYCLE SADDLES.
Dr. Haidle is giving tile freiiea I, '"a
very practical course in bridge, and
toorechin crown wvorkh.
Several mtemblers of the junior class
art' aviingItietmselves of thue' oppor-
tuinity to elect extra shtuies, the fav-
orite work ehecteid seming to he, phy-
siolonlical and orgcnic chemistry,
J. WV. Kasheer, '1)3 D, is located at
Normal lill ansi is having a. good
practice.
fTie new course in practical eOpera- "The Pertect"I"ltable Suddle, preyvmt.
Chafing, Numtnss ted Saddle So reesa. The
tive identistry for the jiuniors will begin thieapest, Ftasiest Bkidinmg Saddle inite Werld.
For Meut, Women atnd Children. Circulars
this week. Drs. Hall anud Vani Doitan Free. Address,

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will have. charge of the. cour'se andi will
give se:every interesting tettiot-
strations in the scine at 1 o'clock in
lilt denial laboratory oit Wednesday
coda Ftidaty. The text.-hook uset iii
c'onnuection with thie work will lie
W'eek's Manual of Opertivo Dent-
istry.
Newell will again coach Coruiell's
football team next fall. lietohis been
signed for eight wee-ls, upts o 'sowwm
her 9.
"Six Love Songs,"
ny Franks F. Sawyer. Translations 0goS
of hiene's eutest lyrics in exqusisite musical
settingos. Heavy Paper, 7a cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS."
The standarsd collection of College Songs.
Over 300,000 sold. Heavy Paper, no
cents; Cloth, Gilt, $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Onlhy beet orftte hied published. Thor
sonse of else leading colleges for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
Eighty-two pieces for the guitar from the
best sourceo. A splendid. collection. Hand-
sine Cover. B0 cents.
Auny book sent postpaid on receipt of price.
OLIVYER DITSON CO.,
450-4613 Wamsington St.. Botstons.
C. H. Ditson &Co. N Y.
TempleLSpecial.'
$18,0:: -$ 5O
By buying a Temple Special
STRICTLY HIGH GRADE !
Examine this wheel before purchasing your
'05 mount.
J. L. MEE & F. R. CUTCHEON,
1 MlOwNEn STRE. AGENTS'

PNEUJMATIC SADDLE CO.,
107 Chambmers St, Men' York.
THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE,.
Thursday, April 25th.
Only appearasnce this season of
THE TRAGEDIAN,
Robert Downing
Accomparled toy the be. utilul end ae-
comptmohed artiste,
EUGENIABGLAIR.
"THE + GLADIATOR. '9
Prices, 35c, 50c, '75c and $I.
Reserved seats out sile at Watts' Jewelry
Store.
FIRST NATIONAL BANIK_
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organised 1865.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $4,000.
Transacts a general banhtsog business,
Foreign exchangeasought andsld. Furnish
lettera of credit.
P. HACH h'rms. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
To arrange for private or
SPECIAL CLASS
hessens in Dancing, cull at
Granger's .Aoaden'3y.
Office boors 11 to I-and 4 to S.
No stairs to muiount.
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday. 10 a. me, entleman beginnersehlass.
dauuy, 4dp. in., Lady heginners class.
Monday, 1:23 p. in., Advanced Clams Ladles'
and Gentlemen).
Tuesday, 1:00 p. in., Beginners Clans (Ladles
anld Uenlemen).
Private lessons by appointment.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE S'T
THE
Lovell Diamnid Cycles
Are unsurpassed for
HEAUTY, SPEED AND WORKMANSHIP.
Good allowamnmemasde on second-
hand wheels.
GEO. F. FISHER. Agent, 55 sE. Univ. Av.
HANOSTRFERCATERER,
HANGSTERF R, 20 Etoa nst.

IT'S HARD, TO DO WITHOUT tbc NornlTbkrndlerfe
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POSITIONS FILLED
IN 1894.
$end fer Agency
Manal.
Boston N~ew York
Chicago 1LosAngeles.
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