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Voil, V. No. 166. UNIVERSITY OF MICHI[GAN, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 189. PRICE-THE E CENTS.
MINNESOTA PROVED AN EASY
VICTIM FOR MICHIGAN.
Sexton Was Too Much for Minne-
sota's Batters-Condon Did Great
"WOik Behind'the Bat-Deans and
Shields Led the Batting.
Michigan wee.be tird consecutive
'game ystcrelay by defating tiem Ui-
versity f Minnesota witb a sore of
16 ie 4. Wasget was pounded foi
twenty hits, all but two Michigan neun
getting on r mr. Tim game was
rather slow at times, owing to Michi-
gasdeidd superiority, bt ther
was scome .very sharp ieldig. Con-
don's support of Sexto was faltess.
tn the first inning Deas made a
single fotowe d by Sexton's ioenisu,
bringing in two earned runs. Sielsl
took first on fielders choice, second on
a balk and trd on a hit by Bloomn-
ingston, who was put out at thi;r.
Miinnesota failed to score.
Michigan scored one run in the sec-
ond on a bas on balls, a stel and a
s ingle., Nieither side scored in the
third. tIn the fouts McKnie
roehed homeon a tas on balls, a
-acrifice anid a single. Walker made a
home run for innesota with no ne
on bases. In tie fifth no one scre.
sexton took first in the sixth by lbeing
hit hy the litches'. got to hird on
two wild pithes, and came in on
In ho seventh ech- side scored a
run eno bases n balls and orros. In
the eighth, witih one man out, Dens
made ;.a three W~gger. The next 'five
at bat uade its, netting three earned
runa. In tie ninth fstur leftswere
given bases on bll, fie its were
made, includling -:a. -home run by
Shlds and a two-baggr by Deaus.
"fJotelorrow we met _Wisconsin -again.
RB. H..0. .A. F
Deas 3h .... 7 4 5 1 0 t
-Setonp ..... 5 5 0"0-5 0
Holmesr ...-.___1. 2,0 5005
Busse Iss-.-651 0 1 4 I0
Shldedsc Y........ , 2- 0 1 -.
Bleosmingstn,.2lb.... 0 5 .5 " ' IiI
Wteran ii-__ 5 '4 5 0
G.odoc..1..- 4 6 2 f0
MKezelb...-a.. a - s 0 1 5.0 1
Totss_ ft it9- 16 0 7 14 3
AS. it. . '0..A. E.
Hale 1b. ..5 5 Ii0,1,1 0
Mc~mrtyiY Y__i. 4 .1 5 5 5 0
W s iier -----.-- 4. 1 0 5 .5 2 0
Waseett,p...... 4- 5 5 5 5 0
t'oehier, sos ,. 22 2 0 2 11
Gtun. lb . 1 5 0 -2.3 2 1
Rithie, 3 ----.--4 5 5 2 1 1
Vansant, r Y-f.--4' t ..0 1 0t 1
Oried, cY.. .4.,505,.05" 5. 5
Toals - __. .4 4 0 27 14 44
Ttning ._________12 13ii4 5 0 7 S 5
-mitmhn .__32 0-1 .51 1 0't -It6
Misnesota .... 0 10 100-1 -4
Earsed rns-Midhigta 5, Minnesota 1. Tw
t~s hits-Seto, Deans. Tree-base hits-
De'ns, tleruns-Slsieid,'W ikr. Psse
bans-Walker 1. Wild pitches-Wasett 3,
"eto. Stech ot-Wset 4, Sexton 5.
First b oe erors-MSelhii3, Miss ats
Um 1#6lie-Wetworth Tiule-2: c, "at
>its .3s .wanirboarders?. 'IsAd
- Vetlse yor bord in thes"Diiy '
A STORMY MEETING.
The Senior Laws Discuss the Plate
'hie senior laws hld a meetingyes-
ii'riby to hear the ,report of teon-
iiitti'i on-arraugiements for tie' tooley
bln'st ellvi lisl. 'illsrellot wvis givel
as retort-it in Tesays Daily. Te
subject of theilaliite (ten clmi upIn~
iigailn. It baitbhens discoeriit that
theyllat'.ias tail for, andtI rtsit it
Walsh, who drew the 'orer fir' piy-
meai, alleit Mr. Lackey to the chair
and iexplinled wiy this baitbhen
itone. 1He hai cosltdetwith two
inoiliers of the cmmliittee ancupn
their statement tat the plate was
satisfactory, hart asked Prof. Tinp-
son to draiw'a ceiek lee the aminut
of the bill. As soon as Mr. Walsh
satties-mi.Mr. Ttilison lmovethfilt
"inllflili'as15the cmml~itee lad
pidlltforl'eClate,111 sitllut athtoriy,
tihey tie requested) to 'pay it back to,
till' class." This was of course lost.
Mlr. tRobinsont mlovedt that tie plate
be accepted as originallly msaide, but
the class would not lisent to the troo-
sition for itItltl~t. tnstead;t a com~l-
mittee was appointedt to take chge
of the' tedestalad the plateun'ii
after. the iuveAille in order tat tie
prestnt plateliigit not be used by
ally calir. Tie mteeting ldoir led
after seciding to ask Prif. Griffinl to
preside tit the ceremoiies tiorow,
and if le was not able to do so, to
ask tPrsf. Thompson.
The lecalters of the faculy Itve
exproezert their disapp~roval of the ac-
tion of the class' ill rjecting he pat,
whichl was arranged in tile cstomo~y
wray. Although the classhas deeteet
to have another, there is n oneyhin
the treasury with which to do it. and
unjlessone eis raisedthtim'plato hw
made will have to e used, or the
bust will reaain without a patei
Californa's Track Team.
Already a. number of Dtroisit aluxenri
iof the IUilvershity have expressed tieir
initention of attending the fied day
here with California, ,June , and
there'..iii .undoubteily e agoo
pmany,outsiders to see the gories. Call-
fornia's winning from Princetolsad
quiting with a tie against 'Pensy-
Svania has -wonet itr ood namfe East,
h ut the best test of her strength omes
4 in the '. Aerian 'Intercollegiate
championships next Saturday. Her
1115en 'aill then 'have to do their bet
oin every event they enter, and a
3 fair estiate can ten e formed of
Collegisgamies yesterdaywe~e aox fo
-lows:'Darenosth- i, Tufts tif More
Dame a, Wis'onsn'4.
BOTH HOUSES HAVE VOTED TO
REMOVE IT TO DETROIT.
Goy. Rich Will Sign the Bill-$2B,-
*000 Approriated for a Building-
Homeoaths Will Give $0000
The hiomieopaths have s-si their ase
to tile'legisature, the hse iavisg
voted yesteray, by a voe of 75. to
7to nhove the college to Detroit. 'Thle
bill passedt in spite of the strong op-
positions of the regeits, who mai-
tainte that te reoitvl swouid hve
a disintegratinsg effect uipon the Un'i-
versity. Thieiill ishichi hassowv
practically passed, provides ait apro-
piation of $2,000, for a ,bildiig ill
Detroit. Wealthy lay homieoats will
saise $20000 for a site Whichi will be'
Conifigous to G.rae iosital. 'I.ii0
bill passed. the sedaite lat week and
as Go. tRichslets all the while beeii
ill favor of it, his signature, is assr
ed. The bill, when sigset, is to take
immuediate effect, so this year will be
the last for the Ann Arbr hine-
Dentists at Lansing.
Dean Taft asd Dr. Hall and Hoff.
of the dsentalieparmnt. with oiler
*promineitrdentists of t' state, are
iii Lansinhg fighting the bill lies-pie-
tug before the seiiat, hving issed
the house lst week. 'flis rquires
*that the exasminmers sssll isse' liersisc
to all piunsns sapplyisg who have heac--
heced dentistry for eight years icyv-
isus to 1895.
*The board now grants liceces only
to those who..have graduate'd am*a
recognized dental college.. If lie -bill
becosmes a 'law all sorts of' qmaek
andsel s i't vhiot anysciemtifi' kmtosl-
edge of dentistry will be leg ihumite
tractitionsers_- All the reputable dnt-
iss of 1he, state, as well as every sim-
dent of ele dipartmt here, protest
against it, and It is desirest, by all to
have the present laws left aloe, as
they are pot so strict aill smost
- Jeffersonian Society:
Theo Jeffersonian Liteary ;society
will holdt its regular "weely inemtlis
lhis evening and tie folowisglr-
grans swill e rendered: tReadig, SMr.
Savage; dclamoatiosn, Mr. Aldrich; es-
say, Mr. arney; oratiosn, Ir. sTiele-apr r.Otb,;seeg r
Covw Ft; bogiaphy,-- Mr. - tsvod:Iish-
preseptn discussionl, a:1%, IlMeis
akey, neg., Mr. Doyl; -ils, "te-
solved, that the jury ysle solsd
be ,aholshee,' aff,,Mesr. Prugpnti
Elor4eg,, ills a. 'Nexreli MA alm-
SEE OUR WINDOW!I
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If bop or Iries apply they mst b wel reom-
meuded. Wrte forpartiosas.
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