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May 15, 1895 - Image 1

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VOL. V. No. 1.59.

U:Xl'V*,Ii"'USfTY OF AMIC"1110-AN, WEDNESDAY, NIAY 1,5), 180),5.

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VOTE CO 3i-21".
Representative Watt !V eas the
MoQtion--Rao!rosnthe Cci'4 lV'!)J
Ubiects-The li-y i t (%i Yr
Likely Co't $'>25,00,D a.n Law Li-
'irery 535,000, at-F C"'n Li t lra
,Fund 3 20,000,
1,;7(=Ht ill <tL I .

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* 'lit' SOft) -HIteG
.,>I{° t The Tennis Association Will Not
Join the Western lntcrcclegiate-
-''Two Trains Each Way to Detec t
I Decor'ation Day, 10 and I2 A. Sli; C
et adc 2 . 1-_Fre ets at the t ' Mit~
I tie iii ti51 eouitt l wit 'C 'V


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While it is unsafe to take ao action
'of this character as foreshmdowing the
final verdict en the bill. itself, Mr.
'Waite has made a canvass of tbe rep'
iesentatives on the main proposition
and believes, these will grant at least
something for the University. r~lhe
bill as it stood calls for an appropria-
'ion of $120,000. is plan is to strike
,out all except the item's of $25,000 for
am electric light plant, $20,000 to make
up the deficiency, in the repair fond,
tend $35,000 for the additittn of Ite
law library, or $80,0 00 inll.l He se-
gards the appropriation of the $2.5,000
,for the electric light plant as almost.
The Senate ObJects.
'The University senate has decidted_
thtat student correspondents who s-end
utrue reports of University, news or
alleged University events should ha,
expelled hy the faculty of the stu-
dent's depsrtmnet
J. W. Dasef, with 'PS b.ast year, J".s.
In town. lHe is clerk of the circuit
court in Montea (bnt t'sy: '

cold. Thtis was nmade necessary by
the nearness of the field day, wvhich
conmes off next Tuesday afternoon.
All candidates are expected to appear
again today regardless of ite weather.
The 25th Anniversary.
As next year will he the twenty-
fifth anniversary of President Angeil's
coming to the University, the tRegents
and faculties have decided to con-
inemcorate it by special exercisesa At
the last meeting of the University
Senate a comiitte was appointed,
conlsistiltg of thetassosttilt' difterett
departments, to meet withItIa cOmIit-
tea from the Boartd of fit edt" in
regard to tile matter.
Class Baseball Contests.
The series of baseball games he-
tw~leeB the various cl'asscs tort' th,
university chamnpionship will begin
iext Monday, when 'P5 meets 'Ph,
The other preliminary games will be
played, off next week also. The cap-
tains of all the teams must present
their lists. of players to Itausger
Weeks before the ad of the waeek.
TIeq requests that all comply with.
'ts d.' 'oa as' possible.'

hold its first annual championships Washington Block, Ann Arbor.
under tile auspices of tile University P. S.-See our Show Window.
of Chicago about the irst of Tune.
Tennis Manager Ctalkins was instruct' ED. A. QADIBUiX.
ed to reply to the projecrs of the Latest Improved Barber Sho?
association that Michigan wvill remain Is the clay. E. Washisgton at., 1st dose
out for this year at least, ato anS.AnAbr
President Prentiss reported the nums- p S
bo o ldlswh, adatede teMAMMOTH PIE S L
I aes this season. A recotrd is kept -A-
of all those attending anil the suto Jolly' & CO'8
paid for their adnmissions is tuhrne' 16 SOUTH STATE ST. Sonat failltocorn.
oeur to tile' coisihsstt('2 on ftunds for Het ad ColdTisunises at Allioro.
tewoman's gymnasiumi. DUCK NT
Th aealmngranucdtht season tic kets to the baseball $1.50, $2.00 AND $2.50
gailas ciii admit 0 ath1l feld dia BSyQ A IY
coxi Tuesday.
Ahetl Uniforms. LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
A committee has hien appoine SOLE AGENTS FOB
from 'the athletic board to investigate WRIGHT DITSON'S CELEBRATED RACKET
the rules follo'wed in other universities
as to uniforms for athletic teams andXJ L1 14 F '
as to qualifications for m embeship on Down awn;
thosn teasnad to' formulate a kuhf- Ulosl Ok wie .Opoleotoi
form systm to provallhere in the 20 sstalte t. 4 N.ManSt.
'tur.' ' ANN ARBOR

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