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June 18, 1895 - Image 5

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MAR{OO┬▒NS WERI{E DE T iATD 1)11011s re.' stitl 1111' follewvilg talie- "A Letter to Dean E,;nowlton. COMMI\ENCEM:IENT CANLENDAIL
3 'r2'<t_ 11toIc Managt'er We lks: atJulio 22, :) a.m ii.1 lliiatien
)CenliuoM ~ ~ "B frvFrSPg. -b irtue of Mlihian andc thicagro At a1 ins (11110 of 1111' junlior 1l10 (1ays
, -ciil o in- iinenf Sy s leaders in lasS, week P'resid, 111, (e-by wazs >l o iiiilete dii-1 iS liri
center; iilooioigstoia gel diest on balls, welscse-liecl 11 er iiicidS pco ailtS ox lcl><trliiilil
Condon flit So Brown, who lest She pe, Itlie si uiiieiils of. 511(10, illa s"i. iniO 23 iii(+s1
hall oii a 'fumibe,' *Wavrmaie struck oii acc~ult of tli t}' 11ow Eeiolig.; -atuail ls y rs ne
ca1111ai 11 "r1 won~ 2: gailc5111 h Ilner 0'111 S, ,lrdtoth r,-signali n11 oIf I,1 gor.. lail (~sb lO0\g
otand _McKenzie flewv out So Herr- Mcii..~tol asu 24l~ of ill' -a~c iiiLo-ialn
ost, o hcao erighi l sit- of ('ie ago ecnllengs, 111e Univer- lilii10(1111011la eetion of caundda11 1or- adission 1(o lit-
s3,oMihgnt llyatid "it .hecnuttcladrw ul)to Wat~luts; t sent a sailege, linier ~a Y Otyccatlci
00 nieltrail ;rounds5 oil a datie mutt, ly t following lease: e1i. deilm+
lnoe tDeass 11111111, and Brown w as Mcii., iiii 24, 10 a. in.-11(5 liaw class
thrown ot at lirst bly the s0111 Ida-yer. - 1111 .A iAl. IN .Koiod~i a exercises. Uniiversity hall,
Hf clirse t111, ga111 wll not Sb- Deani of the Law D)epartme~nt, o. li22 l 10 100
Thils debiled score: Unvri M luJue2,8p.e.:Ino rm
MICIIIGAN. pla~yed. M1iclilgios 111111 Ins fll-ill- Unvriy of llicioat eiiade 011 cam101s.
AB P 11 10O A P0 ally (disbanldedl allI 111)0of 11 i' vir- Ilslr Sil: -I;a a vote' of She: law TI, rtu 5 0a.nMeigo
Deertok a_______ 4 2 o .ily 11110 1rft Anll Arborl. Stag 111105 oIf. 1l806 we wish So, exp~ress tl ogils
Shields, c f-- ---- 5 5 01 0 0 111110 have knoAN wi (f this wheni lie-seot loll (1o1r regiet 110 your 1' sigiisiiio1 TlsiaTn 25 2 p. il.5-d
lusell,S. s. __---- S he Stelegrami. F'ollowviig is lisa sille of froml 1t1e (lic e of Dean11, 11111 1(1 'Allr(ss daoy exercises under Tappani O~ak.
Bloolminsele 2--400 4 1itagilveli in the Chicago RiecordI of to yoil our al~spleci-inl1 for Ilic "slaP stlono uto Oe.Agl
'Condon. ----- e o~ttino uto 'cs nel
Watermans, 1. 5-- 5 15 ' yesterday: e"olloscies ayou 11av01 0111)1 1u0 lirilig Tc.,un2,9p.i-Srclo.
MlcRenzie, 10--_-- 1 2 9 0 -usJn 5 p .'5repd
' -- Isnt tiso 0 legial." sil Stsgg bhe 111100 a iii. Wisbling a-eu miarry a ainiim
Totls --ls------1---(1-----a "ll-11155'If.t)1106n-t]r1orti7 l13iis4ii"1ge eof.oiatd.,Juie 11Aliiiii Da. iw
ofo I 0 .0 us could claim the ellaniiipolislip of profrssoi-, we, ri11111,ei01110So '7,..., ,8,83L
Nickel', sos.__----301 2 ' 1 She we101. If tle ro is anya 1111051iol~ Fours 11o00 rescifilb- ',0 1' 'd1110yas
.Tones - - - - -11____ . 0 5 32i OI u te ~~s
Adkisson, 1b5_--- - S 1 aboult whviceh is the stroug st Scai I P. J. CROSBY, 1 p. n.-fiftieth anniversary aliuni.
.Ahelli. - ----- d5 0 0
Winston, b _----- 3 0 s 1 tinsh it shiould tbe ill favor of our1 L. M, Ct1111TON, banquet.
- erri ei, cf-------4 1 1 7 5 0 0 t la ign1 0 1. lul II .Lna , 2 p. il-Addiress, by pr'esidelt of
+Graant, 10f-------4 0 1 1 h 1 theo score of G) to 4 y elcrdy showvs ID. I3. ('cm-novgn, Medllical Alumni associaion in Mlcd--
-rw p_- _-- 4 1 that w-e weta iiot outclassed. WhaS E. L. T~rmp~soN. icail building.
Totals ---- a-3 4 7 a7 9 5 we want is 10 pla1y Mielligail a goilie 2p i-a lmibsns ot
Miebban -- e -_-- 3 0 a 1 5 2 0- 6 'oil toutral grounds, and I believe that. Of Interest to Authors. ilg, lawv lecture room.
C iicago------- 1 2 0 a e 0- we, can beat themi. It do0e-s 1no0 lu~lks .mletl lun neig
1Ru11 earsed-Mlhn 5 tChicago i. Two-2p.mDetl"Amn meig,
base: lilts-Sextos, bleltness Thlee->base anv particular difference 1o u1s tvln-re The followinilg amtuncl-nil-nt i11da la mhthcte
fiits-Sextos, noes,, watkins. Jones, Brows..d.tlanplt~te
Double plsys-Brown So Jones' to Abells. wve play-. I further c11ai11 a ganie for pears inl the Julne Aie-ricaii IJnoiver- spnt-itrs Almiueilg
Saerjsce hits-Shields, Nichols foereleg, lbs rcasosethlat w-- tntually7 agreeli oi r Ma;io- Tapa n1.I balL yA pu rret
Crant. Stolen bases-sexton. Deane, Vat- 3- :Igzn rfi~ al
Inns. Rtussell, Nichols', Abetl..;Herrinl, 5rdwsn. th at should each team -in a game "A- es feo~-ia tr eiit
illSt by pltche - atths. Ileist laseo balls 5;1Aeatoeorgulsl~y eiit :0_ p, m.-Stmalo reception, Watef
-by sexton 4; bynBrown 5: Struck at-by atpiece a third ganas woutld be played." ed fronm a strictly utldergrldliat, t0Er- 1151 gy-ltihp
Sexton 5; by Brown 4. Lefto bases-Mich -________
an 2;lhlcags 5. Flestbase on .errors- azne, will alpear iit every tnumbe-r 'tus., June 27.-F'ifty first annual
lilcigna CicgO2.Unplo-tae. Contributions to '05 Qastallart. of ills ngtgilalttc. A1t Ilt' cull of eltchr cenmie ceMeot*. I a. yin., procession
At lbs close of the contest the crowd kya heioswl fe hato om tlwbidn. on
SContributions wit to year t't5 edtr ilofe i t~o- om tla ulig 0 .i. n
ruhed on the field and carrietd tlse - hi9na-o h cto tislssistet-ostemtcenent exercises, University Hall. "
teamri to the baus W' here a great reo- ta _nadntue a ebdb dollars for a" story of 1,200 wvors." (Oration by Janes I (tuflold, LL, ID.
(5, f* I~~~~~ll-dr authors en naplication to Miss~ Th, tr n41 crotnn ri
cpinofyels' anal congratulationsr> hesoyitecuetnmbrs
wa ~ to~ - - Ant L. Hicliards. 77 ZB. 1huron, or le "B'enn Night with Molly," by Mtr- Chauncey Ms. DUeeW delivers the
asgivon diem 1.R2 e~gz9?S ta t
A fters A. A. Stagg bad returneds to -..Klo 95.Sig garet Griswold, Cox, reprinted fisom Coipitenceeieint ad~Iness at Vaqdcerlilt
+Chicago snd made the necessary ox- Subscribe for ihe Daily. the Smith Callege M~olitidy. ituiverosty today.

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