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May 23, 1895 - Image 2

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TfHE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Published Daily Sunday. ex:epted) during
the Colege yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Orrio: Times biding N. Main t.,opposite
"postoffice.
EDITORS.
J. A. Lnitoy,"'9; liausgng Editor.
A. W. Ssssu, Special, Assistant.
W. A. Srst, '6 L, Assistant.
E. R SiNnsn.An, 'i, Assisant.
H. COnnnAl,'1, Athletic Editor.
G. B. HAnussoN,'SO L, Business Manager.
I. S . PEARLs, 95 L, Assistnt
L. R. HAsin~e, Assistant.
Associate Editors.
H. A. Dancer, '5,. E. L. Evns, '9 L.
L. A. Pratt,'I. Carrie V. Smith, 'S.
C. A. Soughto, '1 D. G. A. Heat, '50 P.
,Minie Thompso,'7. H. . Gammon '8 M.
C. H. Farrell,'55. S. E. Eappe, .8.
"J. . Filay, '5."
The geneal feling amnog (les faccl
ties and studet boy'of the Uniivc-
ily inl~treg to thle ix ilosal of (is.
HIoisioathic tdeprtmsent to Dtroit is
lelitly in aceorsi with ,tbe position
taken by the rcgns. Any step wicii
tentis ttsVarcl a disiitgratton is ol.
ously ha~rmufl to ue entic Uiversity.
While the isisuitliate effcts of te r-
sioval may be adantageosa to te
boiiueopa.(tliie' tepartiiest it 'viwi net
remedy the ral cause of its mnability
to nmaintaini the standard whih the
other tdepartments set. Te vraios
departmnsts can only be successful as
a university by keeping in accord anti
' onch with each oiler, sand teir faT'
use to do so imust be sesthig imore
than a mere matter of location.
Senior Laws Win.
The seod game of hai interclas
(srits was woii" yesterday by tie
senior lasv class over (lei ulior, tie
score being 18 to 9 in thefotys,?r s
fav or. Tiies seior laws eemued to
lave a sure hold on the ,:;ame until
tlies sixthliming; but aft -c that tLe
playing was rinose and exciting util
the ninil, when thit juniors swent to
pieces. Slowaltei, for '9, and An-
derson fr '90, 'bolh. itciied in first
cass forii, the foriuc aing better
cotol of fl itebll. Showater gave
fix-esbases ois als, 'seven hitssld
struck out six; Andersoi, seven base is
onl balls, nines its and 'sruck 'out
eleve. Hart anti Waters of '95, were
tho hevyhitters. Quinn and Price
made a double play for.'5. Errors
were numerous. The score y innings:
1 2 3 4 5" 78D
9l5 Law.. 1 2 1 0O1 0 4 0' 9-18
''tiiLaw...2 .0 0 0 1 2 3 0 1-9
Next'Saturday "evening at S o'clock
Mr. Sw sin"'Will give is treuliico's
entertainmnt 'at the 'Congtregateal
church unldr t'be upr f 'the
ChristianFn de aor'sI ft. Adiis-
Sion, 1-, eats.
J. V. Crum, of' Io~aS'l'tate Uinver-
sity, .ho won ists, 100)andt 220 ldushwe
1n 'the Wstero In terohlitg mns
last line, hias gone to Nllcv OVok to
represet his unversity in ho Akmer-
icann Inter oslL t~tes''tdlitpionshps
next Saturday.

No Yale-Harvard Game.
ft nowy seems probable' fom news-
Spaper reports that there wil e no
Yale-Harvard football game next fal.
Yale's manager would not arrange for
a gisie unless Harvard would imke
some sort of apology ot the strict-
nies made by Harvard coahers and
ohcials oii the playing of Yale in
('le Springfield- game last fall. As
Harvard wiii not do tis, no arrange-
mnents seem likely to be made for a
mieeting betxeen the two 'niversities,
ne-xt fall.
NOTICE TO FRfATENTIES.
That very' desirable, modern brick
house at '4 S. Fourth ave., co. of
'Wil1liam st, is for sale orto rent oni
very teases-able terms, either furnish-
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in every m spet, and contains all
iiodern impovements. Por Itinms call
at 47" 'S.Fourth-ave.
NOTICE TO TENNIS PLAYERS.
Allimeimbes of the Athletic asso-
ciation desiring to use tie tennis
courts mst procures badgs of (le
teunis' committee. The=bmdges'can
be procuied by preentin ,athetic
membership ticeets to any of flit
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Thennis'Pfanager,'si U House; 1. C.
Fritz, 27 NE. Liberty t; Isdore 1111;
Wi. W. Htughes, Piappa Psi
House.
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Someonea to purchase sbmire in ten-
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