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May 03, 1892 - Image 1

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Vol.. IL-No. 149. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUTESDAY, MAY 3, 192. Pi~lc, Titis u CENTS.
EIGHTH ANNUAL TOUR. tickets, onl account oftteiisufficient INTER CLASS GAMES. Ir OF YOUR -+ 7 " ,
The Glee and Banjo Clubs Make a suppluy of reserced sea'2s.tWa Gfete.300 TElf z LEGE
Long and Successful Trip The clubs appeared at Ieaien-__Cult.
-wi ctrsa-~sorth, tie eighth stop, oiloda iseda ftron ocrrdthe"A,
The shot acledt to Yeturdav'
apcc gasvc but a bint of tle til and Arl25th. Tthe audienccus isa fist of the7asus foc thec niccsity aldt o
tierctl o ftu tsa te good one, ansi the clubs wsere t-ch tampipoisship. A sniatt but ethtin '-
<sios ilaces visitedi. O(u the dered a reception after the coicerit iisttc croswd gathered at tbec R Pa ,E
vhoe thec past tourtias been one cif by Co. Antoy. rous, at I. octock, to witness H PT i
hepesnetandsi i ic suntsfut poor attltaut been securicci(th struitgigie btcieen ') 2and' 9hisi
iI islth i o \ htt Oniiahanit the attesidansic is <ShIstor tdetayiias ausel by the IaII, Upon A: LL- TO
g n ro audymr ntelsmaitt tint of ttic best peopte of tthe nonls itulcuroce of thee if 92' - -
Astl pearin t e lciga iyReceptionssrer e psicii iiy the playeisci Joiistonc \ -nlies-cnter
\it stesoinitcd tithelausics ruftthe lumniisandttthe Om-sbClibt 5 (icirer-tFnly Cli pn n Cii 1 fr- ,
Isco m I ITic Atumiiiisof St at ia issid hnt-up wisu sbstitstdiasnd LISTI..aIss li
cesdsetiy5m ic h risho iiiitle iterest iii hi in' sJ te 1ity . ciniiincnceti ci Iu tciofrdio stlains
aaclbrcpinasttlr club therc ansi tc resist s i ititat e aeiiws fetulss ithte TROIT, --MtIH
Stuida tclub5 i tto i-usradstaittec
isuit i nchitsyiiicsied sin Itsthe 1tehioius idl otciveii pay epenses I ecptioui f Iies'salt riiundiIpa5y-
and isisbissniv ncshowitsbclistcit sit shitbattiry wokysf '9:ticaidoth
ceding tic's.5Whtsitt, asissttel byirusuotStiles.Atsogether this ws thic bttiiiisof sscltscc Sit/cs .uii ts .
se cs-it youngssulauties. Xoliii ic-st plesiant lfeature (of the tills Dygert wus-ssurprisuinigty--sdepst in
m in \iii 'cis ss hstc ruis ''sodccis lhuths Atuninigava eiii hut c-usrse stealtig isasis. Ile score by iningsiiui
ac tinbosi -arrige riutaborut ditnneriat the Spaling HoItel, at wsus -sfotows:
telicts Insthe afternoonu s rcs c hc eeprsr h iyofiil ttn~a
isis c asi tenudret by . 'itsA5. D.isusiiuiuisy othucs 1 onil'scuit cis-cissiii ii
[i ii iwiths onetof GrasuitRapids' theucisty asid uas soracfully rspcionit yiebns sdubil iiylitt c risiis-and
ii ii to b liii 'si isci ii ishi-ih oh i-ic ush ciss icIt.IiSs uie ii ~c C 1 a iiair less ihassAis Abosr
enthsisswoecouts tesof '.oiiChrahUin oner tIin he gamuecscheuiledci b tweccnith RH F ' F l&.( ,
\Ic for. i cos dciutsteathi lle caiol is isterfesedcith thestsitasessunior ndsesisor lawssit not cme ss I
uar Club. At GaCs taidsth bnuevvis gibnbytiel of Xi ii sciussttntnc.aii unb psc
-, 5aa l utingti Cub'ssi iris ldivi ng run at Mitwaukecc guive sitto ih ffG SrthIQP
tn and-suh -t Chicagoiithe Plmiiiiia-iuri use oficaisminslt house iaiidithe Ihen ils5litecin1(
p ~ ~ ~ ~ Cu wasuuoi siiisinssshygsc iuhi-spleasasuly dshisappointetin sipsciritss tke)1-c tosmorrwi, be- CIGARETTES.
~, finding a vi-ry air siedtiauienlcce. Itied-i'94 andis'g lit oii thie cauisu m tcsiirhsuilc tis
opspounssitilfor a con-sostabessistadth tsv.tieihami so viore sisissstss is aitui
t Chicago hut clm',of enthuss s-s I-Hee tiltAlumnsi -si-cesupstheir ai h lit ti siruc h - -s sis t lforIth oin-i r
inas reched.l Iolicts of 5rosciis P isi ccass-ntlahos-ehheti Ihutts oTns I rt
iolets sere throswisnpons he st-ie by ors sss ir hyrt Oratorsal Association. 1Cst X IcTreis ec tisslemussthe hight-
hyl o 5f l.-admires. ihe progrsamui Chcaiso on their set-icars andtish irt ivoedadhhlrtCs
isi°hs tl u icb icoe i iit oi Ihe fOuatoricsi Association isue- Ociii Il ni 'enssiotrinssu iii stirOl
,wa doble twceb -encres whchthece ome a siei maresis ndorittsetiertCt igarete,
ysot ce icti is holincig a ineting last anisliibilrughtsiousis'y-u s ein ius earli.
swere reispondedtu to usithu hcartygod ttisether slis has been a rostnlewae or s stsim tititsniosu~rcsthatlie
isill. Chica thuiigiei i orifriirme snail a e s-- neertraacis
ao lum i gve n '_5ote Aiicriau'sslusesssCo.c
iornil rccision 's ~i~ss uppress commesintitinsavebein isost jI rpisously tlish u cccpasicil 'These tautctism is - ttichmoid, irslNsginia.
ain-iat us nosiun huon caused a small favousat-se.n At ipointsswhere thec irovidiscfos ass adisoial memubr sitf
Houise, bhut a pleasant cub i cccii U lartsardhasmitY'leitlins has-c aui-the F'eccutie Commsitte andti di- I J.A POLHEMVUSt
hlpiec toiiiersen tie ciiiuhiOiutiiteiitieed the . of 1. roncert tis -tribte ttuheembershiupof theKCA-ND 0A5.GAOO
-iteaog 11 aiuscassin 251CSBC N BOAhLx
shile at Springfielinearly thu-cwstoe been caledt the hest of thie seuon. nieti-ogteNaiorhass5 LS 10 th MiSis teits
house sins sold before the tiny of ap- ie cetire trip coverestoser 3,000 terestes.Theluy aso provide hut - ---- -- -- -
Iseunc. AtSt.Lous thn Aun ilsies, probably thin longest msde by (preininary contests be heist inseast AVANTD-L5 dy Secrtary.
togethser withs students of X'"sniis- any of our previous cubs. of the rehearsals, at whnichs ony Wne a ayof- hemet-l
° Theclub ook thirttmenifivehastys auf resent.smeheireiii-
ti-n University, took t-inboys i h lm oktit eiejugsaepeet htresin- hie ands Ctristituichrarcter,dsoutu24
hand Ansng oheri-sltesof i- more than on ais previous trip gates to tie League conention only yarts of age, as Iprvate secretsry- 1in i
hand, AmonStoe lagewssitd.iani ally theanno b omay ohave scu, lomie-ike aw ocic in Chicago.
tees heStc Ecane aviied Fnncalythyhaeconic out tocn fomayoed o exmeriece e eessury Slry, $40
operations being stoppedt to hear the about even. Trhe greatest of interest partment. Thetnunser making up pertoothtt. Pese sate asgo ati d ud-
quoum asredcedtofifeen uctot. Address. MI1s. Bto-i-u,
chub sing..- At noon the St. Louis and etthusiasm sins manifested by' a qurmwsrdce offen Ioott 1,111, Chamber of Conimre,
Cub gave a dinner at ~which judge the Alumni, which cannot but bear Vice-President Spiter's resigna- Chicago, ItI.
good rsls oteUniversity. to wsaccepted~and M.J . Ieferetae JC Travis, Businliess
Kiegan was toastmaster and many rslst h in ~ M Matager of this paper, Atin Arbor,
other dignitaries took art. The - F --- Orton, lit '93' was elected to the Miehigan.
evening found the hal with standing Efforts are being made by the place. lil. P. M. Troy, law '3,-
room only, above and below. At base-ball manager to tose a date resigned from the Executive Cam- J. P. Keyes will read a paper to
mittee and Messrs. W. H. Merner, the engineers, Friday evening, it
Kansas City money had to e i- with the D. A. C. team for nextSat- lit '92, and J. W. Parker, lit '9, Room A, on "Substitutes for
funded to some who had purchased urday.
were elected to fill vacancies. Steam."

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