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VOL. V. No. 177. UNJVERSJTY] OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1896. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

FIVE RECORDS BROKEN. I THE BILL WAS VETOED.
YESTERDAY'S FIELD DAY A GOV. RICH KILLED THE UNIVER-

MICHIGAN TO WITHDRAW. qEE OUR WINDOW!1
ATHLETIC BOARD DECIDES TO /- "ru
LEAVE W. I. C. A. A. A.I

GREAT SUCCESS.
Mall, Stuart and :LeRoy Carry Off
the Honors-A Small Attendance
Owing to Unfavorable Weather.
The field cliay yesterdioy .tis pro.
durtive of five broken recortis, but
%vals witnessed by a very small11 crowd.
1). IR. Stuart, '96, broke the 120 yards
hurdle record lby (ale-hfflb of a second
nd tbo 220 yards hordic record by
thee cfifths of a eceond; the hot put
record was raised by Hall four feet
noael three inches and the hammter
throw recordl ninse fart aned seven
intches; alnd five inches %vas15 atddted to
0he broadl jumip rteorel by Letloy.
Hodietan's 220 yartds in 22 3-5 was as
rtotd or better 1thah ever rtun here
btefore, as the timinig fete te' priouts
recor ds was not accurate. Horton
matte a pltucky attemtpt to break the
ballf itile ree-trtd, but it was inepossi-
le... in the face of the stiff. coled breeze:
thiat blew tdownl the track.
The events attd winiters were:
lit) yardis dash-Ittrter. first; Meul-
heron, second; Hecaldi, third. 'Time
1012-3 's..
-21 yards dasht-Iiotlgtan won in
22 3-;3 s.
4140 yairds rnn-Mottre, first; Hlodg-
m11101 :secontd; ilealel, tirtde. Titne,
50:1-;, s.
880 yaerds run-Hortons won in 2 in.
10 t.
1"20 yareds hturde-.Stuart wets 1n T i's.
220 yards hnrde-Stuart ,on In
2(14-1 s.
Rulnning htigh jump171-Y rol, 5 ft.
Ronning broad junmp--Leloy, 21 ft.;
Mactill, second.
Shot put-Hall, 44 ft.' 7 In.; Finlay,
second.
Hamnser throw --Hall, 104 ft. 4 in.;
Finlay, second.
Pole vault--Hutchinson, S ft. G in.;
Palmer, second.
Mr. A. C. O'Connor, of Detroit, a
't known official 10 th10 A. A. ii.,
scat and acted as referee. He
sla~ed thlo W. I.C. A. A. A., aftcer having
once, reinstated Mr. Leltoy by lual
vote, could not reconsider 1k. He furc
thenr slated tisat _Mr. Hlals coachillg a
football teanm for his Oepens did not
make him a professional.
The track teamn quit the trainiing
-table last night.
'96 vs. '95 L Monday.
Tile final ganle in tile Inter-class
championshlip coolest has again, been
postponed. The date now decided on
is Monday, Tune. 10, when 'T6 will
meet the '95 L team.
Mrs .Ida H; Lane, 15, was caik tll
Addison, N. Y., last week by, t
death of hos',.b 9iilbUef s, u .

SITY APPROPRIATION ILL.
University Will Not Get Electric
Lght Plant-Gu. Rich Says There
Was an UnderstandingThat Sixth-
Mill Bill Would Be Enough.
(to. Iieb yesterday vetoed ilit tll-
versity appiroiriationtilltiifell-the'
reason thait it is claittedt 10o 0 be ill
atccordlanowoithithe Iundeertning
haed in t.losage of the o0-11 ixh
iill tax bill two- years ag. Another
reason is that it is a lappirorialti
1for 15 pritsi'ntsgtrateditoaly oiler
stale illSttutllithiis year en acco-elnt
of the colti~ion of the tetasury As ae
r'eutof this acttonon 0thei:parlt of tilt
gooenor, the Unioesity electric light
111111nt stwileave'to watit for 1a11o11ev
termi of years.
Art Recital in Oratory.
Tlhereewoil bt' tiltl rt rital in li
verity 111111 Satureay evttning feet th
ibenIefit of tile'Oraterieal assoititn.
Stettb="s of till associationlloil b
aldmlittte 011 lteseltatol of tlei.
mlemlbershiptckes, 111111tll ottesoil
itt chargedtitc~ ents115adm1isionl.
The rceitali.whicl is 1o be'gtovet
cadeo' the' ausplices of Preof. Truebt'lod,
oil consist of two-trs. Tile healt
owill complirisetdranatic rallilgs iy
Aiss Elizabethl Cady, assstedi by
Misses Zena, Tlompson, Alni ree'
Orlsbornie' 11n11 Siulie tGardntr, andtby
Aiesses. J. s. Handy, G. . Smlith, B.
A. Austin, (G. W. R. Austil. The se-
11111 partl oill be- the ltoe'tntation of
W. D. Howel's farce, 'Tie Abaly
Depot."
Medic Examinations.
Til examXinailtlions a1s lppoiitd for
tile sophionmore mledicl clssotae as
followos:
Nervotus Aaomny, upp~er lecure
roomls mledical uileing, Moineay, Iue
3.t, 20 a. m1.
HyrgieneAam, upper lecture onei
rodcal building, uday, Tune ,1
11. . m
Physiological Ciemistry, dental am~-
sitheare;, Wednesday, Jul10 13, 10 a.
Tko: examinations for tie fresinan
mecdical 'class are as follows:
Monday, June 10--0l a. i., organic
tchemistry in roolm A, chemical build-
ing. -
Tuesday, Juno 11-9 a. in., Com-
parative anatomny In upper lecture
rom, nmedical buildinlg.
Prof. DOg Manoncedtahe
will give one more lecture in Greek
,4nquitl3s'uext 6eadl§y;The lecure
ill be on Olympia, ilustraef by

Result of Ruling at Chicago Satur-
day-Track Team Will Compete in
American Intercollegiates Next
Year.
At tile mleeting of thle toared of tdt-
reetors of tilt Athletic associationa last
night it 0115 eecitded thatelt teiigall
twill wiltrawovfromlIthite. . t'C. A. A.
A1. ill c~osettl lce of the acefionl takeni
by thiettassociatton's execultive roth-
moittee 1110t Saturday night.. Shtouldl
thie W. 1. C. A. A. A. co-er ill the futuele
set tile 11at11r light voilntar-ily, or
shout1lianotiler 'association be foredete
on a stountderbald Ofairer basts, as
01111115 1100unlikely,SMtiihigan wtill cc-
con~sieder this actionl undtoubtely~.
Olterovise, ouor efforts owill hoeiturneet
to ml illg 11good show00inlg inl the
Amlerican Ititereollegiates at Newo
York, andt a etelelltet ooill h'be a-
ralngcedthtlisolle ethlet-unliversity'.
thler'beusinss tran~sactee t btheii
mleetin~g 00as1to apitont rolllltittes,
0110 to isipose' of the.tolt gymnasi55um1:
properly ill tile1ha111s of tile Athletic
assoctation; 1and:1 Iheotlier, colllltset
of Messrs.1'. 0E. Baird, 0E. 1'. AW''ke
11110 E. 0'. Shields, to 110estigaote initot
001110 lllitttfor pulttinlg.the athltic
fieldto 110belier 0110110for footb ll landi
baseball.
Women's Gymnasium.
During (lie- Ipast week tteethlav'
been 11o1 0-ry ilrge sums1 addle edt
tilt gymll 'f11n1, perhapts tile'\veather
Ilaiy lhave! heel sp ion.liblt'fo01'its,
for it 15s1110 accetedt1fat that tile'idea
of pilysirtl exertion durlling intenise
11110 is not agreeable.
Tiho tdditions to the,fund during
the ipast wet-k are:
Mios K Ftchrier, Detroit- ..$1.0.00
Mrso11'. H. Niritols- --... 5.00
Libirary C11th, St. Louis, Mict.. 5.001
tO. Htoyt, Kalamazoo......2.0Y)
('arolingo. .Kleowstruck.- 25.00
Sarahl M. H-oooard.- - -10.00
(C111s. H. Itathbone- - - 25.00
Total- - - $ 105.00
511111 tlreatdyvonl hand.t..- 3253.77
Total- - - --..........$3,358.77
Jonas Piano Recital.
Theo following is the program for
the piano recital by Alberto Jonas
at the Schsool of Music ball tonight:
Largo in IFmajor..:. Loll Seb. Barih
Sonata-Op. 111.... L von Beethoven
Fantasic-Op. 17.. .. Itobert Schulmann
Soaa in A msajor.... ..
. Domenico 'Sc rlatti'
hllozurka,'op. 24, No. 2.
. Tb ,Leschetioky
Isolde's "L itoesthdl,-(2lristoiln'and'
Isolde) . .. .:...' W'agner-LTiszt'
V'alse -Caprice..Anton Itobenstinu

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