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May 31, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF 11.L DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OrrICE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LEtios, '96, Managing Editor.
A. 'V. SMrTn, Special, Assistant.
W, A. SeeLL,,'06 L, Assistant.
E. K. SU~NDERAND, '06, Assstant.
Hi. COLnMAN, '97, Athletic Editor.
G. B. ItanneSOx,'06L, Business Manager.
L. R. HAMBLEN, .00 L. Asstant.
Associate Editors.
H. A. Dancer, '05. E. L. Evans, 005 L.
L. A. Pratt, 'P6. Carrie V. Smith, 'St.
C. A. tioughton, 006 D. G. A. heath, '96 P.
Minnie Thompson,'07. HI. B. Gammon '98 01.
C. B. Farrell, '9.0. .5E. Knappen, 'O.
J. S. Finlay, '08.
No comment is nlecessary upion tile,
golly' yeterdaiy, siiiee(lipt.Slilst
and the inine have spobeni for 1iiil-
se lves.
The Ladies' Gliee aid Banjo clubs
give ian inte' clasinnent at uPiv' , rity
hail tomorrow eve'Iing lihat every stu-.
dent anid eciien shiould attend. The
proceeds go tD, incre ase thes fund for
the 'Woman's gyiii which aolhioise to
se' built in thue very iieor fuiture.
LEGAL FRATERNITY MEN.
Twenty-Sixth Annual Banquet of
Phi Delta Phi.
The twenty-sixth anuiial banqueit of
Dent Chiapter of Phi D lla liPi was'
held in theIRussell House ordinary,
Detreit, Wednesdaly evening. Prof.
Mechei was toastinaster. Tire re-
sponses to toasts were as follows :
"Phli Della Pi," Judge John W.
Chanmpliin; "The Law School Twenty
Years Ago, lion. C. A. K l-at; "The
Three Years' Course," Dean J. C.'

treasurer, Louis: Bitzc, with '72 L; fl
WOI UIIIO O1S I Sensible
executive conmmiittee, D. L. IRussellW8iU10N O~
W. ('. Harris, H. V. ichlardson. Tile EIGHT PRIZES VALUE $435,00.
nienote rs of this organlizations a1'. -
I'o. .A.Knt 'rf Ot Kflie,1st Price, 20 acres Florida land, valon-800.00H The society or or
Prf.C.A Bnt Po. tt Iichcl,2d Prize, 10 acres Floends land, valne---if), whchhasit
ev T.Gifn Irf. . e.3d t'rie, 15acres Plonido land, value---. 50101hihha t
Prf eiT rfin, P ro.E 0I' th l'rize.gent'emso'sgold wat h,value-. 000
Coil' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t P~ ign eiHrbuHi.05lrize, ladles' cold notch, value.... -25.20
Cal yRel~ LviBaborHo.0th Prize, cash, s-aloe. ..------- --.o PROGRA MAS
C. R. Whitmni, Judge Gross), 811- 7th Pie, cash, vslue - ------ .--- tt50
itsrzaFoiacristvle__5( reiie Justice Broso'n. George H. Hell- Total valse of Prizes ---------IEN U CA R .
------04633i.00
bins, Louis Blitz, De P+ores)tPi'lie, The above prices are ollered to those whe r
constroct or fleen the largest numbher of 1TC.,
Gcorg'" W. Aloore, Rlph L. Adih words otof the letters foand in the price Pitda h
Alrcword Pitda h
W. C. Harris, George B. Yerkes, Sa0m1- S-E-N-A-T-O-R,
under the following regulations and condi-
slel I. Slalle, Labeaii Hlsettl, James-,toosst The first prize will he won by the lora- g u O fi
Heaton, Geor'ge G. Prntmiss; Charles es list, the second prize by else neat largest lit.an s o t te igth
K. WVilbJ.cb Jonathaln 2'aiiier, jr., E. 2d. Eachs contestant mustosent in his or lie
' ~lisp hefore tUNE 15th, 1b05.
C. Caldwvell, Harry tandler, F. C'. 3d. The list of words must be written in ECN UTY
Ink and sigtned by the cotntestant.
Kuhin, John S. Hurd, H(ileiy 1'. IRich- 4th. Asy English tword footnd in the die-
tionary con he nsed i it i-I comnoses of the
arison, D. Lindsaiy Ruessell, Samuiel letters contained is the word Senator. No
abeevi,1tions nor names of Persons or places.
Al'dbury, 'W. W. Griliii, Georg' V. 5th. The same letter mast not be used
twice in thetsame word.
Candler. 6th. Each contestant most be or beconme a
______________ subscriher to the WEEKLY CONSTITTx'ION for
one year, and musst sen~d his or her dolar to
SEXTON FOOLED THEM . pod. his subscriptioni with his list of
ii7 ag. th.. In eae two or mor e ie witnitg lists This space is ref
containtsam ubro odteone
(Corith-fed fom fist pge.) that is first received will be givene preference.r
by 'oDe n eduron ono' t oSx Every contestat who-c list cona'ins as for the Grand
ty Ies.btoJono'li)11Sx matny is ten correct words will receive a
toilth litc hier itiree'Ilanlin (ost at prizerof someOkid.
STheuEEKLYCONSTITUTION IS an eight page House.
Ililil.Mc~el lnt tio P~l f whih wekly. published at Monticello, Florisda, In
thir. Ae~ei pu. ti a op fy wichthe center of the best section ef the Stale.
Russsell cared for. Johnson wveot to Every Issan givs valuable informationi eon-
cernitlg this section. The price is one dollar.
secoiiloiia ititilieailane. ot Become a sabscriher and try foe a prize. Con-
scnonabulb, i h avn'siesteMoesuJUwN1th, 10003.
himr no good, as Affe Id s-rcke out, and Addre~ss WEL OSIUIN
the crowvd began ts yell foi as hut out. ONIoCELnLzO, FeA.
Walernian lilt lip a0opilyt sohit FIRST NATIONAL
d,'s,,,ast itossAffld's mtt.le .ezsi D ITSON 1fM USIC* OP ANN ARtBOR.

-anization.
ADS,
fife~
DV.,
served.
LOpera.

.BANK-

went11ouit fi'oim Harnon t 1 c~eil aild
Sexton from Diehl to the samtie bag.
Capt. Shlieldiscalliedl to his iien as
thiey-tobk thefielid lila)tilhre outs
owosilsdgive tin ii hei1V sut out. Wat-
ermain eared for Cob~b's fly ai dBiotun-
ingstonl hanidletd Smithl's groiunidr eas-
illy. Hariion sent aniecay- grounder to
to .Booiingslon antd the 'asity hasd
adiministeredi a. crushsing de(fe-at to tli
Ithacans. In antinistalntltheie ldit sas
eoveredl oithi sudeiis c razy sihi joy.
Sexton, Shilels mndliti rius) If lii
l'ain so-rc lifted off their fee't, hist."d

"Six Love Songs,"
By Frank E. Sawyer. Translations of Sin
of len's finest lyrics in exquisite musical
settitigs. Heavy Paper, 70 cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS"
The standard collection of College Songs.
Over 300,00nold. Heavy Paper, 500
cents; Cloth, Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only bosh of 'thin hind publihshed. The
songs of thin leadinig colletes for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
,,R [YI r{1[It1[RI 1W1 1 LITH MUSIC'
Eighty-two pieces for the guitar free the
best soarces. A splendid collection. Hand-
ome Cover. 00 cents.
Any boot sent postpaid en receipt of price
OLIVER DITSON CO.,
453-46i3 'Washin~gtoen St.. Bostnn.
C. B. Diton &Co. N Y,
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladies' and Gentn' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR.
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner o' State and William ts.,
W-iliam it. entrance,

Knowlton; "LegaJ, Courtesy," Charles siiqstiter high and clare od1 off thelie1ldt.
R. Whitmuan; "'The Humors of the The detailed score follisv:
Bench," Judgeo1H. H. Swvau; "The UNIVERSITY OE MICHICAN.
All K H 0 A E
L~awyeaiid the Statesnman," Prof. Ia. S.-xton, p--------60 2 0 30
D uns, b ._______ 3 1 1 1 3 1
T. Griffin; "The Consisteney of the Shields, c. f .-----4 2 1 t 10
Wathins, r.f- I . 0-- 1 3 1 0 01
Lao," Prof. Otto Kirchner; "The Pro- Russell, s .0------ 2 3 2345
Bioomnston,2h 0 5 2 3 05f6 e
fessor's Easy Choir," Prof. Hradle'y , iHolmese------' . 0- 1 0 5 20
Vaterman, 1. f_-----. 4 1 u 2 0 (
Thiompson; "The Lawvye in His Den," McKenzie, lb.----5 1 211i 0 1
Judg;e Edovard D. Kinne; "Ailiaceist' Totals--------di41 i171 27 18 2
Advocates," Thionias A, Bogle; "The COKRNE0LA.
Nosy House," Elias F. Johnsen. Hamlin, r. f.------4 0 0 0 0 ?
Joianstote1.f.----3 5 1 2 0 e
The follooing members so-rc pres- AeNeil, lb--t .----4 I 1 10 10
Affeld b .-------4 0 1 4 2 0
enut fronm the University:. '5 Ia-Rh- Cobb, c---------------. 4 0 1 4 00
Smith, p-----4'I0 1 1 3
mer L. Allor, Harry C. Btlkley, Johin Hermone, .s--_____4 01 1 1 1
Dielh2b-------__ i 0 1 3 4 1
S. Burnet, Henry IL Cushhng, Leoe R. Bossiord. ef . _____3 0 0 2 10
Crawyford, Robert 'm. Dunn, Allan P. Totals . El------e-33 10 7 27 02 3
Inningsen . 1 ___I230 4 5 6 7 8 5
Gilmour, Charles 1B. Henderson,iRufus U. of mS. .....----2 0oeo0oa3i1s5fi 0-11
Cornell.----_.f0f0f0f0oef0f0s- O
(G. Lathrop, Chsas. S. MtcDoooecl, Dailel Earned eons U. of M. Ii two base hts.
B. Nince, Glmoe D.Trie, Ewar S.Wattles Mckenzie; Smith; three base kits,
B. Nnde Giiisre , Prce' Edari ~'Shields, Deans, Watins: home runs, Bloom-
Kogers. Charles Zolioger; 'li t- John7 inigston Ii sacrifice hilts, Russell; stolen bases,
Shi-Idn, bussell, Hamlin, Johnson; first base
B. Archer, Edooin Denby, Charyisa V.onrbals, U of Oh.10.Conell imcat nbaseoUi
Fostr, Bnjain A Gag-, Age ILo f M. 8, Cornell 7m struct out, Blooming-ten
Fostr, Bnjain A (hue, I~fr 2,HDiehl, Johnuon, Mceil; double plays, Run-
sell , Boomingtsn and Mcenzhe; Diehl and
lIunt, Hugh1 G. Kecegan, Nathaniel Hi. Affet-; Bossfend, Mcleril and Smith; time,
Kennedy, John C. Muniger, Riobert W. 2:d0; umpire. Stage; attendance, 4,00.
Manly, Hurry Y. Saint, Edwin C. Protests have been entered before
Shields. (Oliner L. Spaulmding, Wade W. 'the aexecutive committee of thie W. I.
Thlayer, Frederick W. Winkler. C. A. A. A. against allooving two Mich-
In connection with the banquet thin Igan men, J.-A. LeRoy and IF. 3I. Hall,
Detroit alumnniof' PhI Dlta Phlitocompete at Chicago tomorrow.
formed the Detrek) alumni assocition ohre is little probability :thut fibsy
of that fraternity. The oficers oheted will be fsUttis~ed.

'Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, W,.000
Transactsa general baning business.
Foreign exchanges bought und sold. Furnisb
letters of credit.
P. EACH Pes. S. Wo. CLARKSON, Cashier,..
Advanced class in dasncing fot ladies and
gistleenatsGrangersuAcemy
SATURDAY EVENINGS'l
to June 22d. Cards of admission cats be
procured for echkievenitig.oetsere'.Pi'-
vase lessoas eon waltz itid "Two-Step'' a
spectalty. 010c: Groundflosor, 06Slay-
tiard st.
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delswrte.
Saturday, 10 n. m., Gentleman beginnersnclass
Saturday, 4p. in., Lady beginners class.
Munday,G7:30 p.mrx., A dvanced C lams Ladles"
and Gntlement.
Tuesday, 7:3e p. in., Beginners Class (Ladiesa
and Gentlemen).
Privahe lessons by appointment.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST
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