100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 17, 1897 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-17

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

21 f- sentatives were bested by Maywood,
f o Albion, in very close and exciting
contests, Danforth gettinsg econd
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during place. In doubles Danforth and Lamb
the College year. at

NEGLIGEE SHIRTS!

1I,

- Vl V m , -
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIAN.
OFFICE: Times bulding, 79 S. Man St. be-
tween Liberty and Wiliaen Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. ToMAs, 97.
Ass'T MANAGING EDITOR
E. L. GEnSsE, '98 L.
ATHLETIC EDITOR
H. B. SILLMAN,'98 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
O. H. HANS, '95
EDITORS
F. A. FUIKl, '9 E. A. CAMPBELL, '99.
G. D. HUDNUTT,'00. T. H. WOODOW, '98.
BUTLR LAMB,'00. G. D. JENNINGS '99 M.
. A. CAMPBELL, ').
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and otherematter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office te-
toe 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor before
p. m., of the day previous to that on which
then are expected to apear.
ubscritions may e left at The Daily
Office, eyer's or Stfets Newstand, or
with Business Mianager. Suberibers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper
Yale is the undoubted champion of
the East in track athletics, having de-
feated Harvard badly. Harvard woen
out from Peiisylvaiiia recently and
the latter won from Cornell Saturday.
This places Yale easily in first place.
a fact that speaks very well for their
trainer, Keene Fitzpatrick, formerly
trainer of Michigan's teams.
The Central Debating League, with
tMichigan, Chicago, Nortwesern and
WiSconsin as memibers, is now assured
and all details have been arrangd.
'This organization will give a great
stimilus to debating here and loubt-
less we shall see next year evenims'-,
entries than in the preliminaries heldi
this year for the Chicago-Michigan
contest. The debating societies of the
University can help Michigan's
chances to win the first series by lay-
ing plans now for increasing efficiency
in debating. An inter-society schedule
for next fall should be arranged at
'once so that there will be no delay
then in getting into form. The Daily
ill soon print the constitution of tie
league.
Tennis at Albion
Last 'Saturday the tennis enthusiasts
of Albion College held their annual
open tournament. Coldwater, Kala-
niazoo, Hillsdale, Albion and Anr, Ar
lor were all represented; those from
the University of Michigan were Robt.
Dadforth and Butler 'Lamb. It had
been planned to play the tournament
off Friday and Saturday, but as it
rained all day Friday, the entire tour-
nament with 13 entries in singles and
five in doubles, was held on Saturday.
For this reason some of the semi-final
and final matches were more a test of
endurance than of tennis ability, Dan-
forth and Lamb each playing ix
matches during the course of the day.
In singles both of Mlicigan's repre-j

won, defeating Maywood land Perine,
of Albion, in finals. The final matches
in both singles and doubles were two
out of three sets. A synopsis of the
natches in which the Michigan repre-
sentatives took part is as follows:
Singles-Danforth beat Fall 6-4,6-3;
Barlow 6-4, 6-4; Perine 6-3, 5-7, 6-1;
was beaten by Maywood 6-3, 4-6, S-6.
Lamb beat Bradley 6-1, 6-2; Corcin
6-1, 6-3; Perine (exhibition match) 6-4,
was beaten by Maywood 3-6, 6-2, 6-.
Dobles-Danforth and Lamb defeat-
ed Avann and Smith 6-1, 6-1; May-
w ood and Perine 2-6, 6-3, 6-0.
The local spring tournament wl
start Thursday, May 20, entries close
Tuesday, May 18, with W. D. Ht-rik,
Tennis Manager, Psi Upsiloi house.
Upon the results of this tournament
will be picked the Michigan rpreset-
atives for the Western Inter-collegiate
mneet, and for the dual meet with Chi-
engo. The University will send two
representatives in singles and o.e
team in doubles for the former event.
As the -inter-collegiate date has been
changed to May 27, 28 and 2), the
dsal meet has been lisstponed to the
first week in Tune.
The silver cup presented by Smith,
Sturgeonn & Co., of Detroit, will be ni
exhi'bition at Siheein's Thursday. to-
gether with the other prizes. The cup
is 18 'inches high and will be kept in
the trophy room and suitably engras-
ed with the name of the winners of the
semi-annual college tournaments. The
uther prizes are as follows: Three
tennis rackets, three Sweaters, one
hair brush, one dozen photos. Tie
donors are A. G. Spalding & Co.,
Sheehan & Co., C. I. Michell, of De-
troit, Wadliams, Ryan & teule, Can-
kins and Randall, the photograpier,
School of Music Calendar.
The School of Music has just issued
its 1896-97 calendar which shows that
during 'the next year 'Miss Alice -.
Bailey 'will be added to the vocal de-
Pnrtient. Miss Emma White will be
succeeded in the pianoforte depart-
went by Miss Eminia Fisher. Mr.
Gardner S. Lamson has been granted
leave Oif absence and will remain in
Europe until the second semester or
next year. There has been a men-
bership of 170 during the past year.
TANDEM S -
Trol]ent!! ! 3
The Largest Line of Bicycles, Sun-
dries and Supplies at
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. S. One door East of Ameri-
can House.
RENTh.,JHLE;R,
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
. M MARTIN,' Funeral Director, Cloth
...and Melnic Cases and Fine Grade
uotus. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 8.
Foerih ave.

Every style-most every coloring-Attatched and Detached
Collars and Cuffs. It's the only cool and comfortable Shirt
for summer wear. The real swell Shirt has White Wrist
and Collar Bands to be worn with White Collar and Cuffs,
In Madras, Percales and Cheviots at
1$CO u and $1.5O.
BRTS. HGSIEHY. NIGH T SHIR TS1
In Reds, Browns Special Value. Good long ones,
and Greens, at Plain White-
25C, 50C AND $1,00. Black and Brown,
Lisle Thread in- FayEmrd
Our belts have handy cluded. ered.
attachments to keep
them from slipping 2 , A
down. 2CPRPI, 50 5 N I
4

Te BETTER THAN EVER"
The 1897 BEN-HUR BICYCLES embody more new and genuine improvements
'in construction than any other bicycles now before the public. Never before have
such excellent values been offered for the money. Our new line, consisting of eight
superb models at $60, $75 and $125 for single machines, and $150 for tandems, with
the various options offered, is such that the most exacting purchaser can be entireiy
suited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO..
72 GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS, IND
0UR FINE POSTEN CATALOGUE MAILED oR TWO I-CUNT sTamPs
Students and Teachers
can secure pleasant and profitable work introducing our
Public Libraries....... .
in towns and country and forming Reading Clubs. Just
the work for Students, Teachers and Ministers.
Managers..................
We also want a few energetic field managers. State age
and experience in book work.
Address wept. "S" RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
welseuinrece it
aCudesdsi. Pi',ts,,n
steeondn1.30r.,
Stene, wYork

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan