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Additional Facts on Today's
Hammer throw-Bennett and Dye.
Relay team-Thomas, ThomsonWest-
phal and McLean.
The baseball teams will Iuie up as
Michigan-Lunn, c.; Miller and Lehr,
p.; Condon, 1b.; Cooley, 2b.; Matteson,
The 'Varsity track
teams accompanied by two train loads
of "rooters," will invade Detroit this
morning, where Chicago will be met
this afternoon in the third of the an-
nual meets and the fifth and concluding
game of this year's baseball series. The
chances for Michigan's success in both
branches of sport are bright. While
we will doubtless win, everything will
be hotly contested by the wearers of
the maroon. Chicago is anxious to win
as Michigan has this season defeated
them three out of four games of base-
ball, and won over them in the tri-
angular meet. Michigan is just as anx-
ions to keep up her record, and will
work hard to win.
The Chicago athletes arrived in De-
troit last night and will be in the best
of condition this afternoon. Kennedy,
Herschberger, Heath and Maloney, all
stars, who were not able to compete a
week ago, will be on hand today, and
are consnidered sure point winners by
The excursion trains from here will
leave at 9:00 and 11:10 this morning.
The teams and U. of M. band will go
en the first train, and after a parade at
Detroit will make the Russell House
The athletic meet will be caled
promptly at 1:30 o'clock, and will be
finished in time to call the baseball
game at 4 o'clock. Perrin, who um-
pired here in the Notre Dame game,
will officiate today.
In the field and track events the
following will represent Michigan:
100 yards dash-Thomas and West-
110 yards dash-Thomas and Thomp-
440 yards dash-Teetzel, Thompson
120 yards hurdles-McLean and Web-
220 yards hurdles-McLean and Web-
Half-mile run-Hatch and Hayes,
One-mile run-Wood and Case.
One mile walk-Tryon and Brookfield.
Bicycle races-Baldwin, Sproat and
Running broad jump-Russell, Mc-
Lean and Runnells.
Running high jump-Flournoy and
Pole vault-Adams and Baker.
Shot put-Lehr, Dye and Jones.
- DistuR throw-Dye and Jones.
ss.;; Wolf, 3b.; Davies, If.; McGinnis,
ns.; Butler, rf.
Chicago-Gardner, c.; Smith, p.; Ken-
nedy, lb.; Clarke, 2b.; Vernon, ss.; Mer-
rifield, 3b.; Southard, If.; Herschberger,
m.; Sawyer, rf.
The following resolutions were adopt-
ed by the '99 law class upon the resig-
nation of Mr. Hughes:
Whereas, T. W. Hughes, instructor in
law in the University of Michigan, has
resigned his position to accept one in
the University of Illinois, therefore be it
Resolved, by the law clas of '99 of the
University of Michigan, that the de-
partment loses an efficient instructor,
and that the University of Illinois adds
to its faculty a man with splendid nat-
ural abilities as a teacher;
Resolved further, That we sincerely
hope that Mr. Hughes will be as suc-
cessful in gaining the respect and con-
fidence of the students of the University
of Illinois as ha has been in gaining
that of the students of the University
Be It further resclved, that we ex-
tend to Mr. Hughes our best wishcsc
for his future success.
ISIDOR ZIEGLER, Chairman.
J. T. CANALES,
D. E DANNENBERG,
The Mass Meeting.
The rain sadly interfered with the
attendance at last night's mass meet-
ing, but notwithstanding the smallness
of the mass there was a good meeting,
and abundance of enthusiasm.
Speeches were made by H. I. Weinstein,
Charley Baird, H. T. Heald, Allan
Campbell, Henry Clarke, C. E. Wat-
kins and Messrs. Lehr, Miller, Lunn
and Butler of the baseball te'am, and
Messrs. McLean, Hatch and Thomas
of the track team. All spoke encourag-
ingly of the prospects for success to-
day. The teams promised to do their
best, and with plenty of student sup-
port victory seemed certain. Charley
Baird, who will hereafter have charge
of athletics here, announced that uopn
today's outcome would depend in great
measure whether the baseball team
would go east next year to meet the
big college teams of that section of- the
Michigan Students O. K.
Prof. Johnson, of the law department,
received a telegram this morning from
-the Mich'igan students at Columbus,
Ohio, stating that of all the persOns
who took the state examination 50 per
cent. failed. All of the Michigan stu-,
dents passed; ten from Ann Arbor took
A REPRESENTATIVE BOARD,
The Inlander's Subscribers Will
Elect Its Editors.
In order to further the best intereosts
of the Inlander, the editorial board of
1897-98 recommend that the following
regulations be folloved by subsequent
1. That the editrial board be con-
fined to students or graduates of the
2. That the members of the board be
selected from .three sources: (a) The
existing board may at any time elect
to its membership any person or per-
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that their services would be valuable
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the junior class and the suisrlbers,
the board for the next year shall choose
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lowed to nominate his own successor
said nomination to be without effect
until ratified by the board; further, that
no one be elected business manager
who is not a student or a graduate of
not more than two years' standing.
If no election to this office be made by
October 15th of any year, 'the advisory
board may fill the vacancy.
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faculty be elected to the advisory
board, making this board to consist of
three, said board to be consulted on
questions of editorial pulicy.
Souvenir programs, with cuts of the
Michigan and Chicago teams, will be
distributed at today's meet.