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April 24, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

* t lu
Published Dlly 'Sunday excepted) during
te College year, t
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Or ioE: Times building N. Miumst., opposite
post oilier.
EDITORS.
J. A. 1 nlto,'0, Mhanaging Editor.
G. B. liAsueSOs', '00 L, Assitnt '
A. WI. SIT, pecil, Assistant.
%W. A. Satsr., '90, Assistant.
H. CteMA, '7, Atleic Editor.
J. S. PrAise, '5.5i L, Business Manger.
Associate Editors.
11 A. Dancer. '0. E. L. Evans, '05,..
E. R. Suderlusid, '0'. Carrie V. Smith,'00i.
L. A. Pratt,T6. .. B.Hamblen,'00 L..
C. A. IHoughton, '9C0 D.G. A.JBoth, '00 P._
Minnie 'fhomp'.o,'7. i. B. Gammon 0000M.
C. . arrell, '0. . E. Knappe, .00
J. A. ilay,'9.0
Subscrption pO~~eS42.5 0 peyar, invariably
in advance: Single copies 3 cets. Suhscrip-
tions may be left at te olico of te DALnY,
at Stoili's, at Saste st. nesadnwiths any
of the editors or authoricd solicitors.
Communicaios should reads teseoffice by
7 o'clck p. m. if they sreets appear te net
day. A derss sll matte intended for publi-
cation to teseIsasagiog; Editor. All busisess
commsunications shlold be sent to te Busi-
ness lasagr.
THE U. OF M. DAILY
At)sItArbor, Mic.
The eitors do ot soeld temsles realis-
ible r t heopisioss or statoensotcorre-
podent,:appearing in te DALY
Iiis lIte1.r of regrt that tsc
soutithein trite of the 1aball tei, so
should lhie been Bmared by trouble
ins twos gaess . As to tecflrst gelin'
qut ion tiat wili tis.Ol o oStatr ' ii-
vef.goi t,:00.olyn cecoacy to exincs
rss~cgntt, liotMthtgsonfounde it neces
say 'to' withdrlaw in list face of a
delibcrate etffort o win the gaise fairly
or foully. "Te gunisswas of snaom-
portliunnaywyaid ail-b.e tlininsids
'sitl>ot' ciirtscoosi -irlio.'With
Illinois, hliow VCo, it is differet, as oir
athleltie',avations 'wth tlt ,uptcrsity
are of isportasce to us._ Were it true,
asn tlee uiesiper reports stated, tht
Mieliigaii witidrew voluntarily at le
Genst clone sdeciio l isn he giume Was
a tie, it w old seem o bc the proper
ocasiosi.1freqdc'rining or baseball
rcpresentateieas'guihy 'f hasty sd
rlitlicr childish actifo. 'Wismen, how-
ever, say Cit Naien the uinlie aled
o u'ap aise oii, rl ho ie'a oat no
protest tle decision. Thue umpire
would hear nthlng and on~ceel them
back to thu gase. Wile.tho cptain
was sil asking fora:. earing, hes~fee
clatredl'Ihe'gamicifrdfeltd to Illiois.
Thin; pust fleelufter in,+is eutirn
light fnornitie statement that ou
tean, when they bard thse decision,
pacel upanlefl~t ill field, t;'az
light te affair is rerlettl enough,
and is made eepesially so when we
received at the hands of an umpire
hero last year.' A liuls conese to
Ann Arbr t tp1'0th'ayesr,w lia
anl op 11111 tosot rw',on ea-
tins vi iliensop. Michgan is:n C a-

INTER-UNIVERSITY TDEBATE
COTtytED PROM FIRST PAtGE.
a miemlber of the J ftersoiianiiite ry
socity. He gaidusatedl from te Sg-
mna' High Schiool, beig tie clas
5 libdicloriof. He woo bone in Noti-
('lst, P'a., iii 172. Ater his gaslia
tli froiii the Sagiiiaw 11ig Shool
i 18809, le stsdedct law nIlmi office
of Mtinight, Humphrey ' Grait,
comieg to thet'nieeriy lt year to
comipilete his lgl educatio.
Mtichignsthirds peakeri'will be
C'leiient F. Kiimball, 'i95 0L, elndta
ilembe15r of Webetri literary socisy.
Mr. Kimsball receivedl the degree of
M. E.lt lowat Agricliral tolge
in 1889t. I, 191, the faculy ivited
liiii bark to ladd~resos We studets of
his Alma Mat 'r at coiiiiis nemenel
t-1imc i'taught on eart5 i C'hicago
Mtanual'Traiinigi.School, 01n(1another
year ini Madisonist., before ciiiiis
to thueUniversity.
'VARSITY BALL NINE.
Tha Batting and Fielding Averages
fr the Southern Trip.
Thalet oiiiehierdlhitinig adgod
fieldinig was doe on lhe sotheril
trip of thii'bas.etball t am is s'videnced
by the avserages. The battiig ier-
ages for the trip re as follows:
Sexton, 7 gamsel..43
Sields, a glles...... 2
111atkiis, 0iimei . .. .. ...' .7
Csiido, 4 goiies.... .....4 5
Holimies, ti gaiio .. . .. . ....4
Russell, 7 grsiue...411
Bioouiligstol, 6 gaul .. ....6
Butler. 7 galuleso"
Mcenziiie, 7 gaiieo.......2
Dceanis, 7 gamels ..... . 321'
Galeluep. 2gmel.i ....:....' 00
In fi(ldig Sexton also liads with
a ht-,rfet record,.svwileIioiiie. Cos-
del, Russell anedl Mcenzie fnlSO did
e'xt'eptioaly well. Thle aseraee are:
extoxi. 14"cliucc, 0 errors.... 1.000
Mtiller, 1 elance, 0 errors...{. 100011
Holelo,°, 71 cances, 2 erors. 1 72
Condon, 25 caices, 1 error
MKeinzie, :))echances, 3 errors..B940
Shields, 9 cauce. 1 eriree...... :859
1t1155011 24chancecs, 38.erore...75
Bloomiing.tos, P0canes, 1 error. .8:4
Watleiii', S hanrces, 1 ero.Silts0
"Butler, 27 chlaiices, 6 errors. 77
Deasl, 25 chances, 'S errors....762
allup, 4 chasces, 1 error..... .750
"Schumann Evening" atUnily Club.
Preparations have long bethnhmking
for "the "Selmimansn Eseig" with
which the Lnity club li eturo, cosro
for the season will close, oh' nexioss.
day evening, April 29. Thunrtaclin-
not is in charge of Mit Milpaugi
and Mtiss Sundrlandl and promgises to
be one of lwe very but of the seison.
Schumal -has perhaps no equal as a
song witer slnd few,of any Suerors
as a. compser for te piano and violin.
Nearly twyety of iris sust Bautiful
snugs will besung By Miss Mifipaugli
and Mr. endingor,;and some of his
very dflsff nisiefor the violin, piano
andonrgan ovil be readesed by M. Bi-

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DITSON MUSIC.
"Six Love Songs,"
By F'sanklE.tSayer. Transslations of Sin
of Hie'sfinhsestlyiss',isn exquistemusical
settinsig. Heavy .Paper. 70 cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS."
The staendasd collection of Coilego Songs.
Over 10000soald. Heavy Paper,500
centn; Cinth,. Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only bock of thso kisnd~ published. The
snsgeof the leadisng colee for semen.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
,'1OYA[ [;OL[C1ICN INSTIM[UULCUITAd MUSIC.,
Eighty-twno pieces for theo guiter 'from thse
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Free. Addrs''s,
PNEUMATIC SADDLE CO.,
107 Chamers t ,, INewYorkn,
THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE,.
Thursday, April 25th.
Only appleariance this sesn of
THE TRAGEDIAN,
Robert Downing
Accompanired5by the beautimul and ac-
HUGEN IA GLAIR.
"THE + GLADIATOR.9"
Prices, 35c, 50c, 76c and $1.
Reserved seats on safeoat 'Watts' Jewelry
FIRST NATIONAL. B ANK.
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Organized 18oi.
Capital, $10t,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.
Transacts a genorael basking bsisnrss.
Foselgnexcraes bought andeeold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BiAtHiPres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Tlo arrasnge for private or
SPEIALCLASS
lessons in Dancing;, call at
Office. hours 11 lol aud.4toS$.
No tairs to niount.
NIBS, ANNIE WARD .-FOSTER'S
School of Dancinig and Delsarte.
Saturday, 10 a. os., Gentleman beglnhnjssoass.
Saturday, 4dp. in., Lady heginnera chaos.
MAonday, 7:30'p. in., Advanced Clas Ladies'
and Gonslemon).
Tuesday, 7ii1 . in., Beginners Class (Liadles-
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Private lensons by appointmtent.
SCHOOL ,-46 S. STATE ST
Lovell Diamond Cce
Arie unsurpassed for
BIEAUTY, SPEEDO AND, WORKi15ANSIP.
Good allowancrniade on second-
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IN 1894.
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