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VOL.. 1.-No. 172.
OUR SUBSTITUTES WERE DE-
FEATED.
The U. of M. Team is Detained by a
Railroad Wreck, end 0. A. C.
Plays Cornell in Her Stead.

UNIVTERSITY OFAHCflIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY P1I, 1>92.
I Republican Club Election. j 'VARSITY FIELD DAY.
The law boilding on Saturday A Trifle Slow-The Athletes that
night was the scene of a lively meet- Took the Medals. 1
ig.The seating capacity was tfob lle annual'V.arsity lielil Da>
smiall to accomoiodate the oumbers was heldSaturday ifteriiooo on thIe~

Wht a atiiatd son f liprset. A ewsresidlen-t 1or the
the rest letter days iin the U fd's nunI ya a't eeece.I
iieiocreasfitrsit PIoidience 1Ii E. F. Johsonan'sui ar 1
ilealt very I ll sisiths us ia s far s Prsnswee oiminated 1 .Pr
the seatlsvr awas concrnediit sitdaisn a elrdteiaimo
crowc sivd he iii viyids ch icue oaf r-estuoisted i I:t
selio udotisiaIs isilntiwnsi peechi.c
to the galble at troiii.iiAt thle last I -isX i Is sl
nisnint,~ifee'slii iin~hiii i fu.I lf~aes a ni.l isi aclr~lntoi
fact, tht icigan'sii siiall bhut al'itt 1 ioeetuig siftoutrnest iiii ateisl
iportanat contingeni tiasdelaiyedtI torthflucariate suitd leadstiofi
Iv a sireck tossnain Ohlio . Isag flu.art. heclu i a iting
iificent crisiwilisas in attendaiice tI tia rations to ratifytyhfu.nomltina-
isposi the '-ame. Thle seating caspa- tion of the canidtiae for tpresident
city of the D.IAX C.girosinils5wiaswhen the cinventions oeetsasitMiii-
taxed far bevoisi its limiit, the naols next wveek.
great crowsswas-rmongosit into -sduit -
comiplete1 sirrssing the fieli. tt S. L. A. Election.
only lacked flu. one e~ssiential etc I tie adjourned meetiing of the S.
usentfti cliaitse it insitothe must in-L.A. swas lielilSatstrdays-ningil
tensey enthsiassts iscdsiifify ftran- fi lihe electiois if the resmaaiing
tic cioiwitof hbiie-ball centhsusiasts i on~tces

oews'AthlifcFielid. It sa stritle
Sslowsin ttacius fisssiii sthtshtse sif
presinus years. Thec large t-riisss,
the sent ips cisilsiaiss, andti heli.

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sisislls andi su tttills ts were ii
raIthcr tfsiii1- sitfthe l li It Nsill r:
fl.aie-Sisns 1. n )oF155lk~
Iu iii i ntiser-cut Ic-'i-it-- isi t sit lex
toMaei.-s i i -l -y htits
Shul iiiiiiifiiberifsitIsilts
ithltetes 55551sfo Irg.-Te- ).A.
ft. seiints l)fosur men, flu.itA. .
three, sait the (GrsitdlRapsids Athi-
tetic Cluiihone rrsntive. f1
The Irilliant ssort: sit insisn,
Grogtian atadIittartinsait tfhe all
arouosd siorb of IDe Pontt deseirye
spaectal umention. - Isits of tlhese isetn
gathieredt intshlree es-lit uedlals,
siile lie 'Ponftesool: usevierallsecotnd
filice:l hestdes.
the orider of es-cnts -sni the Ni i-
oers are as follos

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tie globse. -Its-seimiitaai asi-downi-t
in io b feisuassit s Is-sditichk.
Costdi,ntho ws in s ithesbx fisr If.
A.- C., hai lreatytpits chstitdatsigatise
int he fosrenoandst it seon hecamuse f
evistesit that liiscotsves lackedt in
stied1. Prisit, for Cosriaell, pitched
a gosod gamtebarrting thi. first inning,
swhentihIis swildisess, andu a fortis-
ate hbutchita of lhits,1). .C.
seetmedl to laave clinchedt the gaute. j
Whsen Codld step-ped utp tis the late
in thse first ttnniiag lie wsas girds atsi
ovatiosn hy the Mihitigatan-ets,si-lo
still tans- a sis-itt recollection of the
recet tVale gamne. In thne secioisd
Coriseil ties the score. Withs ihe
hases filled, Toswle tlansts a hit safly-
in center, and two Cosrnell imeis
cross fl-e ilate. Ins the fourth fat-
lagher niakes a Itonte ron hit into
sleep center, and D. A. C. again
takes the lead. Cornell tpounds the
ball hard in the fifth, and by running
in four scores, seciures a wincing
lead. tonttne seventh, Codd, byone
of hi s opportune hits drives in the
last run of the game, and leaves the
score 7 to 5 to Cornell's favor. The
score by innings is as follows:
D. A. C - a3 a 0 1 0 0 1 00-5
-cornell------ t 152 0 04 05050*-7-
Ninety-four lit will play the High
School Thursday afternoon in the
inter-class series.

No is slitly ivissexpserienscedlfinf too yardt dashs--«-'on bly KCsIIS1)"
the etectisons, is sias anticitfsedl, antt isme to a ,- t ;s econsid Iiuer.
fthe hest s-f fceetiig res-at test oil allf220 yardits <55f iilibfy II tinter,
siles. ft iteret-refpropossriotallty tttii. 2z isi v s cossIt li7st'ei 440
distsrtbuted ataotag the siffereistste- yatris dash-Von01 bsylDinsotntisse
plartmetats, us -scs- defpartusre being f6a I-a sec;siecotai, Xac'iuan.hifo
taksets,ins electiing co-edl s .thse yrstins n iKoia n i santsit-si
board. 1Eloitnent spaeechses ti-rea2ta-ints t2-5 sec; second, Nisclsi--
made ladatory of Ilse younsg ladies, snia sdMie rn-'iott by Li seaa,
wh-licha sad a telling effect titota the tint. 5 nun 20 2-5 see, secontd,
aouditors. Nicholson. 300 yards idashl, ltatdi-
'TheIpersonntel of fth oaint is as capa-Vion. by Jacktman, Ait. A. A.,
folloivs: U. F. Bickley, laiv'g~ lilmc 35 icc; seconad, Macguga Ti.to
recoriding sec't'; C. L,.Tomsas, lit yards hurdle race-Vont by Thrall,
9g3, sice-president; C.IV. Ricketts, D. A. C., T5 4-5 icc; secoistl luf-
lit '92, correspoonling ie'ct';J.E field, I). A. C. Two utile bicycle
Robserts, las-'94,freasuter; H.N. race-iVon by Parmaelee, tin-e int
IGCoddard, lit' g3 assistant treasurer; To sec; second, Hamsni. Stanidine
Blertha 1B. Scirns, lit '9,' Lucy E. broad jump-W~on lby AIiartin, no ft
T1extor, lit '94, H. Hf.ILoveland, / in; secoitd, Dupont. hole vault-
medic '94 directors. iWon Is> Hurley, MI. A. A., 1 ft 7Y-
in; Hterring, D. A. C., second. 15o
James F. Burke leaves today for yards dash-Won lby Kenton, 1ff T-5
inneapolis. He will act as official sec; second, Burgess. Running high
stenographner for the Republican jump-iWon by Depont, 5ft; Bailey,
National Convention, and will have second. s,ooo yards run-Won with
six stenographers working under his handicap of fib yards, lime 2 min 33
supervision. Eli R. Sutton will ac- see; Jackman, M. A. A., second.
company Mr. Burke. Running broad junip-Won by Mar-
The appointments to Dr. Martin's tin at 19 ft so in; second, Eddy.
staff for next year are as follows: Putting shot-Won by Depont 31 ft;
C. N. Sowers, D. J. Moyer, Miss Leonard, second. 220 yards hurdle-
Stoner and Miss Wheeler for the Wnb eot ie 025sc
first semester. For the second Wnb eot ie 025se
semester:-Wm. Blair, H. E. Baright, second, Hunter. High kick-Won
Miss Cleveland and Miss Ingram. by Martin, 8 ft 3 in; second, De-

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'Te Republican Club nielts to-
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The entertainment given by the
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E. Church was well attended. The
speaker was perfectly at homte on
the platform..- His feat of drinking
from a glass in spite' of six strong
men brought, down the house. The
entertainment was good.

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