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VOL. V. No.' 180. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

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BOWS TO THE W ORLD.
THE RES GESTAE MAKES ITS
APPEARANCE TODAY.
A Neat Book Full of Good Reading
and Illustrations-The Law De-
partment Well Represented.
The first niimber of thlItles esfa.'
published 4 by the Dprtment:f of Lw,
is. placd oil sale today. '11w olni,
is tastily bond iisred liieiikitils te
title enilosetin u gil. Tie hll'iftos'
piates wills whils it is prfssey ilts-
trateil artexceptiionally good as well
ss the lettrpress. Tilt'olteiig lages
illo detedeto fiaisbrief skt'fh of eceh
of the misemnbers of te '15 lust class,
which aro followed by Mr. IBar's sil-
dress ansdl txtracts frostsMrt. lIon-
blower's, osslt'hecsiossofithelst'pre-
sentlatiosnof ft'Cooly bs.
Folltwinisg st ossssssssiesslos by lDeans
Knsowltons aptptetr several lbiogrsphicaeul
sketches, icluinisg sisoglthe profes-
sors ft'late' Judtg'Wsalktr, tssss-lscf
proinens st sluiDonthsll. Dikinsonti,
Hlenry Wi. Rogrs Allisn'/.llars. Jdlges
Vsilliiis Story. snd isl ('isssS. Brie.
Juditgto('ooly's rec't'ts'sleuel onit'hi le'
)Wt'irler-Rauynse 1 issils'folltwsr andsisas
tdiseussions of tise rial of Ster.'tsy
J. (G. Wisie.
Tihe seeondl half of the volawost is
.deotedto 10the 'organiizstis oitlue
'sivs'trsiy, isilsdiig ft'legil frte-
nitiessPhi DetaisPhli,IDeltCii, uansd
lKappaisiSgsmas. 'Ths'history of ue
clsass of "'195 is giten by J.1.F. D., sitsd
aa tslitble artielt tons iels iLssfegl
Educssation, y Prf. 11e(t'i. 'T'
sitmer's'school cmsain iifos' siheis
discuissioss as dots the valuise of pre-
ceess. The pursely litrary psrt of
thle book conssiss of ss insssber of short
poemss, snd a story by L. CI.NWitles.
CASTALIAN AND PALLADIUM.
A Move tol Consolidate Them Into
One Publication for '96.
The jolnir indepenildtfs .eld a
mieting last Saurday to elect the
board of edilors for otxt yest's Cas-
talias. It was decides'sthiat before
Lakinsg final ation5asommssitt't'lit'al-
poisted to consult withtheflt'fratrnity
isen cocesning a. conolidation of
thesoPalladiosm and Castslian. E.I.
Stuoderlansd, J. J. lPrankh and, S. ''.
arr- wre appoited on rie'coi-
mitee. The meting then adjourned
isstl next Thursday at 4 o'lock. At
flit time the mattes' of cosbining the
two annuals will be settled and the
'hoard elected.
The freshman negligee party at
Granger's Friday evening is limitel
to fitly couples. It is expected tsat
theo social will e ;among the best of
the year.

B. OF L. TO BE ABOLISHED.
Impartant Changes in the Require-
ments for Admission.
'hltt'etrust'tistthgof tise -Iltissilof
Itigesits", wlsisli tras Iilt i tt'nlty,
st214iltlltilttefitt' of stwe'r'al tvert'!IsIs-
loetatisi iisuiri's. A r' 'slitisis itas
ptasso'dIfortrlit'aslitiion of thoti lt'rt'e
ttf liselisliti of letters afte a certtin
peiodsslp~robabsly sifter list fr'ieshman
clssof tiflstsyetar orfsext Ists gradtui-
ted'i. This elhasige liss btot u ndser
lte eonstid'rsationsiof the fa(ti'iy fi-
ft'e patst yt'ar sisi is undeftrstotii to
1stWt1I'willsft'eapplrot-al of simiajority
if it. Severilsmstteriail tltt 'atfisof
titi' rr'tiiirt'ssstss fos'aidsmissions to eans-
ditlaiy for flit'ootier' three tdegre'es of
tle' lifterary dlepasrtmsent wi re also
madire.
'IMitDNN' 10iosstrpalsic fautly trill
cosist of ft'e fillti;iiistis:
Drs. I). L. Lonig, of Ioiat. professor
itt 'llt'raplltill'.
tir. tsc'an' teSetsre, of De'troit, Sue-
gt'ry.
tDr. It. S. ('tilandtl of Bay City,
Optlt losgy sisdilOtology.
tDr. t listcs, of IGrandilRaidis, ha-
tIriti ft its.
ft is tundeirstootst atlisDr. I 'St'srt'
stillblithflt'nsi't'(leasn.
'sT'e librarys' tlslorfitsnit'slfits' Ite(
ys'as' I805-6 wasts rid 'tutponiis, Its,'
amisiuntifbing dists'ibsutedlis fotllotts
fromsi l t'e total sapplroptrit litn f
$1.5.000l: fGeneiral libistrs, $10,7501;
mseitetl libirary, $2,000s; ltat libirary,
.500Stt; detrafl librsars', $250, honopit-
ftflic libirsary, <$5111.
'96 VICTORS AGAIN.
The Class Seems Invincible in
Athletics.
''he rinsal gam,,li'nlltho ilt rclas
i'lhamplionsilp 5sit's wswlstatsteer-
day asft'rnsoosi by 1'l6ftfroststhe 95.

I}. A. C. EASILY DEFEATED. QEE OUR WINDOW!
VISITORS NOT IN IT AFTER THE " i."'
FIRST INNING.
"THERE MAY BE
The Game Marked by Several Sad
Errors and Some Quick Double SOC ETHING[C
Plays-Holmes' Hand Still in Bad IN IT."
Shape.
'T'le Deltilt Astletic Club silt'=ws
ilifi'utt 1 for'ft'e stcon is l lthfitssts <-
soti by thle 'vsity tesamssLIs ~Suns 51 South Main st.
lusy, flits tissue by asscoire of l's to ()
'The Iiu.iytitg sitassuet pasrtiurtlsled-it FASHIONABLE TAILORING
itusfilot' fitther heasm, bensg listless
io acunst of the het. Slusy of ft'e Elegant Graduating or light Suit
birsi irrorsittfstheissningg stee ilut' made from Imported or1iinest
to a 'ry brighit sun andsilrtusfrlarly D m sto+Wo ln
to thei rough consitiion of the grousnds. for $22.00 and up, Full Dress Snit
Sextoss stuss in thue box, slid the Di. $27.00, svork made at home bears
A. C;. ~ 11101hrl oce h ul io inspection by any Hlight Class
sau oulrl h uil 'ailor and Cutter. Will be
aftttr the lurst isting. Holsists' huandi pleased to have you call and he
convinced.
stas slot. ye't ii shapto10lseliit uitus
to hilyhottCondsons gavse Sexless very JOS. 'W. KOLLAUF,
good suppiort. C. ('sofhissd, swho phtl- 10 E. 'Washington St., utp stairs.
ed for lt'e D. A. C., wst-ilt sfhardel anll
oftoen, but the hitsswesri' sot svery ITOT LITU'IWO _'S
wvell bonds 1 . FREon LINE OF
lIt the first inninig, a btte 0on balls, L NE 'S CHOCOLATES

idoublt', tripile',ts-woscrificit, asud fto
errorestiritight iss fotis rusts foe SBech-
igas.i. ''u' D... d it 00': lit te
oss a.has' oss balls, iusintgle',;tipli'
asdtwfso esrifictes. After that thei
D. A. I'. stero 'ae-s- ictimss, andsel si'st
oust iii oust',wo, flirte order for i' isi
inintigs.
The fielisg stas smared 'b ly lt'.c,
goodl iouible' plays, fIltootsuissgssoto
Rhusseill, Diesis to IlhtstssistgstostlSt-
Kenuzie'and thiestiifttosondon. Slielis
Wuifkisisaudstl hhittusuistoni cashlstsolt
tsso tiass. Scett'by issiliig:s:
Inniings . -1213 4 5,IG 7 8 9
Nlicsigssi... .3 U 11 Si) 3 2vIt-15
i. A.C...' . 501110i0 1000I I-G(
sirrs-- Mlieligis.5, 1D. A. C. 7. flits
-iliutin 17, 1). A. C. 4.

+TUTTLE'S,
+48 S. STATE ST.
THE NEW SHIPMENT OF
.Russet Shoes'
AT-
JACOBS & ALLMAND
Washlngten lilnek, Ann sArher.
' ED. A. CADIEUX,
Latest Improved Barber Sheo
In the City. E. Wtashington it., Ist door
eait of Shale it. Asis Arbor.
!CE CREAM, SODA WATER, FLOPS
and NOTAX. asd all summer bevser-
ages. ('losing out PItES BELOWS
COSf.
JOLLY & C~,02>S_ STATE
Tennis Goods
OFF
4AT-

1t.1s cliss Itosis. 'T-egsists' is los,
slshrigei sshul sil'. lis lst'How the Tennis Players Are

hilts assidierrostwers'ee-ysnurouis.
Bths t alss sstai'iedout wstshsieavy
fliting assiluosor ilulisg its thissto
isnsinsg, tansi'90 tussl. us steuiiugy stufe
Is-dallstte. '0-5)1, kpt crt's'utisug1sits-
liossese, usasdin theitsiseills 'sten's
mtttrssilto001'9(ll'sisifitel usrors. lsn
the ieightlh the laskIept it upsoil
steistout 'isiths tile siore 21 Iao1hi in
ftir' fussor. 'filft'll cii Showiaslter
h(-asily, bossever, nd. aidesl-by errors
rusn istwsvse scores. '915 IL cosupi
essly get tso is the ninth, hind the
gamie'isas 'iwon. 'Ihuis gives '%)G ills
bssoall anid foiotball chamionlilshipus
assi- the- fielil day cup for this year.
Score by innings:
Innings.... 1 23ii45(i>7 S9
'9G1 ....... 1 00 01h12 *-27)
'h93 F,-.. y 1 1 1 0I 4 8 2-25-
.Batterie&-'90, Bryant and Hov'ey;
hI5 L, Shoswalter s -nd Bing.

Matched for the Opening Games.
'1Te tuaunnualsh aiisg tennuis tourist-
sient trill begissnsit :530 todauy. Thur
drawsinigs atxe as follosws:
IFiest ilu ssaiusls-'htcrriug vss
Jocelyn, Nijssvss. Hetrrick, Mauyer' so.
Caulkisa. Priccesvs. Seabury.
Dossbles-Alexstssier ansd Cautlkis
vss Herrick aund Seobiusy. Price usnd
Nissvs. Chiering sait Tocelyss.
secnd clsiss sissgles-Smsith vs. Woe-
dens, Russsell, vs. Hlickecy, Prentiss vs.
Page, Simossivss. Htughses, Colburn
vs. Gander, Harvey ys. Knsalipen,
Caulkins vs. Davis, Stayer vs. Guns-
mings.
Northwestern Disbanded.
The game scheduledl for Wednes-

day has been canceled on ^rcouit of YVj X ti t
the dihlding of N orthssvestesn's
team. UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE, STATE; ST.

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