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VOL. V. No. 176. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

AGAINST THE RECORDS.
THE TRACK ATHLETES SURE TO
BREAK RECORDS TODAY.
California Wouldn't Come-Popular
Admission Price - Competition
Open to Anyone Wio May Enter
at Time Event Comes Off-Mona-
gram Caps for Prizes.
The track and field games will be-
gin promptly at 4 o'clock this after-
noon at the athletic field, and the
events will be run off with intermis-
sion in order to get through before 6
o'clock.
The men are now in much better
shape than two weeks ago, and some
of the records are sure to go. Every-
one who breaks a record will be given
a cap with a monogram on it.
The events and entries are as fol-
lows:
100 yards dash-Bauginan, Porter,
Jeald, Thomas.
220 yards dash--Baughman, Porter,
Heald, Thomas, Hodgman.
440 yards dash-Hodgiian, Moore,
Gibson.
8S0 yards run-Horton, Itubbard,
Parsons, Smits.,
Mile run-Smits, Kocier, Newton,
Flinn, Thayer, Willoughby.
120 yards -hurdle-Stuart, Wolcott,
dlePont.
220 yrds hurdle-Stuart, Wolcott,
dePont.
tunning broad junp-Martin, Le-
Roy, St. Clair, Palmer, Wolcott.
Running high jump-Vernor. Stuart,
St. Clair.
Shot put-Hall, Finlay, hutchinson,
Minnliardt, fThompson.
Hammer throw -Hall, Finlay,
Thionson.
Pole vaoult-Hutchinson, Palmer,
Soper, Alexander.
The list of officials will remain the
same as at the meet of May 1S.
The admsission price has been placed
at 25 cents In order to make, the meet
a more popular event and to bring as
large a crowd out as possible in order
to bring the track athletic season to
a suctessful close. The track com-
mittee has been to considerable ex
pense this year in furnishing the track
teain a trainiiig table and sending
them to Chicago, and relied on the
California meet to repay these CX-
penditures. The lowered iidmgsion
price and promise of the best records
ever made here should make the meet
.deservig of a great attendance, ,
The list of entries printed above
is not final, but. the meet is a sor
of "free for all" and competition i
open to anyone who may appear.
The annual spring tennis tourna
ment will commence Tuesday, Jun
11. All entries must be handed t
E. B. Calkins, Psi t House, befor
Monday nIght, June 10..

WHY CALIFORNIA WOULDN'T.
She Offered Concessions Thatl
Amounted to Nothing.
President Prentiss. of the Atleti
association, who is in Chicago, has
beeni negotiating with California the
past two days, but a meeting withB
them seems out of the question. They
will not go against the men protested.
and Michigan will not cosent to a
meet under any circumstances if those
men are not accepted as legitimate
competitors. California offered yster-
day to withdraw Bradley, their dis-
tance runner, and Torrey, one of
their hurdlers, from competing against
us and to put Koch, their captain, into
only one track event. At first sight
this might seem to make matters even
and to compensate Michigan for the
loss of the two men. Inasmuch as
Koch goes into two field events, how-
ever, the shot put and high jump, it is
hardly to be expected that lie would
care to go into sore than one track
event anyway, for Hodgman could
beat him easily in the quarter and
Horton could at least make him run
out his best in the half. As to Brad-
ley, he has not been in shape during
th trip and has been beaten out in
5:05. Smits wouldn't have much
trouble beating him therfore, so
Michigan would willingly have him
in. Torrey is a good hurdler, but was
not in as good shape Saturday as in
the East and it is likely that ie is laid
up also. In any event, Dyer, their
other hurdler is the better of the two.
California's concessions do not aic-
cordisgly amount to much.
Prof. Thomas on Ibsen.
Pirof. Thomas' first tbsen lecture, was
given last night at Tappan hall. Rain
doubtless accounted for the' sg all
audience present, 'but thosein attend-
ance were well repaid fore, ouing out.
A brief summary of Ibsen's life con-
nectied this new course with the previ-
ous one, and preceded the' lecture
proper, which was chiefly concerned
with the two dra's, "The Young
Men's League" and "The Pillars of
*Soclety." The next lecture will be
'gi ov Tuetcsay evening, Jne 11.
There will be a meeting of all in-
terested in football for next fall to-
morrow night in rQQOm 9, of themain
t bllding at 7:30 o'clock sharp, tIan-
4 ager Baird, Captain Henninger and
Coach . McCauley will address the
meeting in regard to the plans for
- next sease'- work. The meeting is
e not merely for old football men, but
a for all class football players and
e other prospective candidals for next
year's t-eam. -

CAN THE HOMEOPS G0
PROVIDED THE. REGENTS RE- 1
FUSE TO REMOVE THEM.
The Regents Are a Constitutional
Body-,Their Powers Said to be In
Their Own Field Eual to the Leg-
Eslature-The Courts May Get a
Chance to Decide the Point.
It is asiinteresting question in legal
circles as to whether the legislature
can compel the regents to remove the
school of homeopathy to Detroit in
accordance with the provisions of the
recently passed law provided they
refuse to accept the $25,000 to effect
the removal. The question arises in
this way. The board of regents is a
constitutional body as well as the leg-
islature and it is believed equal in
authority in the particular field over
which its powers extend. One of te
clauses of the constitution is that the
board of regents shall have the gen-
eral supervision of the University and
the direction and control of all ex-
penditures from the University inter-
est funnd. There is no question tat
while their disposition a scomie
from the endowmei is final,
they must obey the ections of the
legislature as to the expenditure of
special appropriations raised bythe
tax levy. The legal proposition is,
would the regents, leaving out all con-
siderations of policy, have a right to
continue the homeopathic departmient
at Ann Arbor in case they refused to
accept the $25,000 specially appropri-
ated by the legislature to effect the
removal?
This constitutional aspect of the
question was fully argsed before Gov-
ernor Itich, but he decided to approve
the measure and leave the question of
validity contingent upon the future
action of the regents.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The rain interfered with baseball
practice yesterday,
The work of the ShaRespeare semi-
nary closes this week.
The vesper services will close today.
The music wili be from Gounod and
Sullivan.
Prof. K. 1' Johnson returned yester-
day from Columbus, O., where he has
been for a short trip.
Pres. Angell is at the University of
Missouri, .wherO~he will deliver the
cjminence'nest oration.
! D-.":indiln . S ltion; formerly of
the University, spent a fw days wild.
friends here on his ctaLronilhila-
delplis ,. where h hag J*t ooipiieted
his medical education. Dr. Simon will
spend a'f ew "days with f'lends in
BatileoCreek andChicago onee ls Way
to his home in Lincoyl Neb.

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