THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
Publihed Daily (Sndays excepted) dring the
Cellege year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
'rreveE: The InadPFecs, Hening Blok.
Bth Phoes t47.
F. ENELHAaRD, '1 L.
0. H. ean. '0 L.
Athletic Editor, P. W JEsea, 'E,
T. . Wecean, '00 L. A. H. MDecOUAL, 't E
G. D. IllDeTT, c'01 E. J. B. Wo, 't0,
C. L. Natw1, '99, C. D. Coo., lt, '.
L. J. tMeONTEY,'W, W. D.). ticecy, WtOM,
A. G. BeoNec, '12.
IN CNE ofToe.,t'roISSlUt
Sturdayi Eve., Jutie 3, '99.
Presidett's address, A. It. Wistrad;
Duties ofta literry scity nicmbr,
W. r. Gutttliei; Caps and Gowns,
M. H. Clrmlody; Trials of ths Sibyl
Editor, G. F. Pau; Music; Story,
.. C. Bills; Class pomi, Miss Jane
Austit; Msic; Class History, H. H.
Corwin; Class Prophiecy, R. H.
Kitely; Farewell Sibyl, R. M. Wod;
Y aledictory, G. A. Oline; Pro.
scntatioti ot Diplotas by tie vice
president of the society.
Saturday Eve., June 3, '9
Muolc, J. H. Sook; Slect Read.
ig, F. Dewey; Imtprioptu, F. E.
Bryant; MLAc, J. L. Frenc.
Getnral discusiot No. 1. Ques-
tion :-Resolo'ed, That tec practice
of appointing litrary nient o diplo-
matic positiotno is a wisc ote.
General discutssiotn No. 2. Qeo.
tion :-Resoji'ed, That tlie U. of M.
shotld go bc t the idormitory sys.
Fritay, Ev., Jo00 2, '99.
Violin Solo, E. Saniders; Current
Events, L. S. Robert; Speech, M.
Diecihes; Impromeptus, J. A. Mont.
gotnery, A. D. Joyce, A. F. Miller;
Debate:-eosvee, That "Lynch
Law" is justifiable; Affirmative, G.
D. Harris, Jolhn . Miller; Nega
Aive, Win. Moss, C. V. Wisner;
Ateading, Chas. Al. Bush; Critics Re-
port, J. F. Haskett.
iaculties Will Meet on the Diamond.
The faculties of the University
:ud High School wil lay aside their
'traditional dignity and decorum for
a few hours this afternoon, and
amuse themselves and the public, by
demonstrating how the game of
American games "Used to be played."
The last two games have alternatd
Zetween the two institutions and
each side is determined to win the
odd one. Not more than two stops
will be allowed between bases so that
some phenomenal base running may
beexpected, and both teams are
strong with the bat. There are so
many former baseball stars on the
faculties that a large number of sub-
titutes will have to be played to
give every body a chance. The game
will start with the following line up
for the University: Struss third
base, Reed short stop, Lombard left
field, Trueblood (capt.) second base,
Whitney pitch, Pattengill middle, E.
F. Johnson catclh, McLaughlin first
base, Bogle second base.
The highl school faclty schoisi
board baeball team, being coniosed
of general all around players rater
thaau specialists, it has been decided
that it will be better to rotate the
players and allow the public to judge
at the ed of tihe contest as to which
position each player is best suited.
The gameewtill opente hi the follow-
ing players it the positios indicated
Jocelyn, first base, Beal, pitcer,
S ringer, catcher, Lady teachers
substitute, short sotp, Slaitseet, second
hase, Wines, third base, Sieehat,
left field, M~ontomery, cetter fielt,
Mills, right fiel.
During the progress of the gamte
Mesrs. Chute aut i Huekes wiii re-
lieve widiei players. Mr. Scott ias
The proceedo of the gmeiwtill go
to thec lrmory futid atd it is hoped
atnd expectedl that a large crowdwillii
turn ouct. The gsme xiii be called
State Phone 144.
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