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VOL. V. No. 179.

UNIVERSITY OF AHCHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 81 1895.

'RICE-- Tintr ,. CENTS.

VO.V o 79 MEST O iHGN ATRAJN 8 S5 RCETRECNS

BEFORE SUPRtEME COURLT ARTRECITAL PROGRAM TONIGHT
Howell's "Albany Depot" Will be
MAY GO THE LAW FOR REMOVAL Well Presented-Recitations by
OF HOMEOPATHIC SCHOOL:- Misses Osborn, Cady and Thomp-
Grounds for Considering :A Uncon--______
stitutional-The Regents Unani- :'the programi of the art r( ettal'to be,
mnously Opposed to the Measure --von 'ill tUniversity 1bll t1ilsE veilif
A Tendency to Disintegrfation' tillelliir iill.*l:itcesof Irof.- Teaietalooil,

It is Illotunlikely that the roc tet
law providing for the reimoval of the
Homleopalthlic school to 1)troiti will
comeI before the Sup~remol Court of tll
State. Daurinig the lithe the hill was
plOniillf ill Coninlitteee, thee Ils Bar-
hour, Cocker, F'letchier, Cook. and
Deall went -to Lanisinig to protest
againist its passage, nirginig toit the
step was one, toward the disintegra-
tion of the University. tt is held that
the reiioval is a violation of thelaro-
vison es talblishingftheLUiversity at
Annl Artier, andl that this paoinlt shoutld
lie'adjutdicatedl u11011ill order to aix
fereva r what the piowers of _tle letis-
lilure iiiflits'particular iare. 't'ihe
are two ways ill which tile qulestionl
alay comie, before the celrt:,by tii e -
fuisatl ot the regenits to remilove tlt
school and11the lalialttin for awrit
of mtanamuis by the state hoeiopathI-
ic association; or, by the. grantinig or
51 anijutlliona tarverting its remaoval
onl the appllication of' Anns Arbor citi'-
There is anothier groundt for the
claima that thea- till is unclonstttutionlll;
it is providead that all hilt- which ha:ve-
psassea thIrough the IVgislature moare
flials five andal less thanaltilldaystre-
vious to adjotlrlinett.maust receive
the signiatuare of tile execultive boefore
.aadjoturnmlent, in ordar to becoilac lawi.
A special extension of live clays is
granted to. the goverlioa for the con-.
sideration of bills :passed by tihe honses
during the last five dlays of the ses-
sion. Tle bill in question was ready
for the gubernatorial approval or dia-
approval seven or eighlt days before
tile adfjournmnent of the legislative
body, but was cot signled until two or
three days after that tinme, which .fact.
as is claimed, reanders the elsactlllent%
unconstitutional.
Alpha Pelts Win From the Dekes.
.The inter-fraternity baseball game
yesterday between' the Delta. Kappa.
Epsilon and Alpha Delta Phi resulted
in a victory of seven: to four for the
latter in a. contest of six innings.
Woodruff and N. T. Bourlanrd were tleo
battery for tile Alpha Delts,' Galbraitia
and Harrington, for the DeL-es. Thle
score byinnings -was as follows:
Innings. .. 1 2 1 4 54
D.K.E...........00°130.0-4,
Alpha.Deit ...... 112040 3.--
S5ubscribPe for 'thef Daily.

faor flu- baneiit- ot the Oteiteialas-
etattioli, is as folloaws:
leanrt. I-Ne.1. (a) !le itlMena is-
adyinaagote,c.(balTliBa-tealthal, I(ada-pt-
a(Ii from "Shlitas ithatleinilltie
fit"), recited ltay" Miss(Orsboerni.
2'. (a) Br-utuls aaaat Pertia, tfr0111
Jliuas-Caesar, Act 11, Sce-li-1.. '(ha
Spring, thy a Ilalareus la-.(c) Jo-
stalh at theiarioue~ts Sprngs, tell)tHti-
dla's Little flood, recited by Mis
Caady.
3. (a)'Thle *Olal* Tetalile lb( a;t ala
Trilbyav.OtFerrall slid "Mrs. Itagot.,
(adapteat fromii"Triltby"),'(c) Itabatit in
the tress-ties-,blyy Miss Thomplisn.
Part tt.-WInl. I). tHowells' faa-ce,
"The Altaany Depbt," wtth the followv-
inig cast:
Mrs. Robaerts..-.--------.Miss Cady
Mis. tCaampball - Miss tOrsborn
Mrs.'Metiba-ny-...Miss Thlomapseon
'Cili Cook..-.....-----Miss Garadner
Mr. Roberts.-.--.-------.Mr. Simith.
Mir. C-amptbell....-------..Mr. Austial
Mr. alila ny-----------M ir. Hanidv
Stationa Porter............Mr. Brown
International Athletic Meet.
Tho project of all internlationlal athi-
letic coiatest. betweenl tile'two gr ~ae
taniversities of Eniglandla, Oxforad anal
Camibriadge, anal teamlis repre-sentng
cleat Anaerican unliv/ rsitie a is receiv-
lei muchilldiscussion.. The sucecees of
tile Enlishte athletes last stummerl ~in
tile contest betwel Oxford slid Yale
bets i-eeltile-Inwith the dleterlnllia tloa
of again lmeeting willsa. retied atative
Almericals tehaml, andalftle Englishl pa-
iaers are extiressillg Ilthe p -thlat thae
challengel recenltly given lay their two
principal in~stitu~tions will tbe accepted.
Dr. Vaughan Elected PresIdent.
Tise conlvenioln of -Ailliglai playsi-,
flanls which. lhas een'lsill progreass for
two or three days at Bay City, y Ester-
day adjiourned. Dr. Victor C. Vaughan
was elected pr~esideet for thle olistling,
year. And Frederick C. Novy, treas-'
urer.
H11. H.taskell ilas boon re-elected
captain of the University of Illinois
*Miss, Eliza M. Hill, 'J5, will 'teach
physics and cemlistry in .St. Joseph.
High School next year.
'96h independents mleet in chapel at 2
p). m. today to eleret a board of ed-
itors for next year's Castalian.
The program of the Alpia Nu sect-
ety vill be postponed one week from
this evepig onaccount of the art re-
cital of the Oratorical association.

WE PLAY TILE ). A. C. TODAY
SEXTON WILL OCCUPY THE BOX
FOR MICHIGAN.
Makeup of D. A. C. Team the Same
as in Their Former Game I-lre-
Gutharci Will Do Their Pitching-
Game Called at 3:30.
'Che gamle -with the Detroit Alle-ic
cluis nine will begin at 3:30 o'clock
thits afternoonis This will be tbe sc-
oite gameicthits season with our former
etaale of tDetroit.
The maiikau11 of the D. A. C. nie
-will be the saea as to the berst gml~e
here',. (lutliard, who pitedaltie
last half of Ithat gamle, will be in the
box for thlee.Tie D. A. C. has net
pltaye-a sslmaniy ganmesflis year as
hitherto, ht is still the same strong
aggregatiton.011 Decoratiii Day tey
defeatead the Flit nine ha two gamie.
Tihe'varsity uile will be the same as
last Saturday, except that Setoil and
Watkins will change places, Sexton
going into the box and Watkis itoe
right field. Tie batting order of both
teanisuill also probably be the sin.
California and Illinois Meet.
tn the duaa contest yesterday be-
tweeni thieUiiversiies of Caiforia
and Illinois, at the sea-f of the latter,1
thae formser woii by a score of 5 to 13!
it(tIyard clas-J. XW. Soggiis Cei-
forniaifirs; I. . .Bullara, Illinois
second; tilm,, 101 seesnds
Miiie ran-Fred tOrr, Illiois, fist;
PllBtradley, Ciilifornia, secone;
time, 5,inuli~ttes
1211 yards hrle-I!. . Dyr, Cal-
foriiia, first: A C. Clark. Iliniois, se-
0rin; tiase, 152-5 seconads.
Mills walk-J. J. Htoagladds, Illinois.
first; L '1'.Meewi, California, wcaole; '
time, 7 minttes 50 stcnas
200-yard da-shiJI W. Soggiis, Cali-
fornia. firt; It. I. Bullard, Illinos, sie-c
e nd; timae, 21 2- seconds.
Half-iiile ru-I+. IV. Koch, Cli
fornia, first; 1t.a. Orr, Illinois. second;
time, 22-3 ihlites
Oine-mile biyle-Hall, Iliiiois, first,
Burke, Illinois, second; te, 2:29.,
440-yard dash-T, L. Barnes, Cal-
foriia, first; C. M. Lewis, Illinois, Se-
ond; tme, 54 scend.
220-yard hurdles-l. B. Torrey. Cal-
fornia, first; . I. Dyer. California,
second; time, 21 1-5 sconds.,
Running high juip-A C. Clark,
Illinois, first; Al. Dezier, California,
secofid; height, 5 feet 8 inhets.
1-pound shot-put-Don Sweeney,
Illinois, first; F. AN'. Koch, Califoriia
second; distance, 38 feet 5%4 inches.
Running broad jump-C. H Wool-
sey, California, first; M. Deaer, Cali-
fornia, second; distance, 20 feet.
Pole. vault-H C. Coffeen'.-Illinos,
first; A. Kt. Macn, Illinois, second;
height, ;10 feet.
Hammer throw-K1. W. Edgren Cali-
fenitfirs; L_. Hronts, llinis; ec-
ond; ditance, 123 Bet,t-

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