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UNIVEPRSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY) OCTOBER 28, 1890.
PmrC 3 CrS.
INTER-CLASS RUGBY.
The Junior Laws Fail to Score.
The first foot-ball ganie in lthe
cas5s series was played yesterday
afternoon between 92 Law and
'93 Dent. When play was stopped
the score stood 4 to 0 in favor
of '93 Dent. The first half was
stubbornly fought, neither team
scoring. The first part of the
second half was played in the
dark and it was then that '93
scored. The game ended with a
dispute, the Laws claiming the
game unfinished, ten minutes of
the half remaining, arid they de-
mandinig a chance to run with the
ball in the dark. The teais
Were:
'9'2 Law: Rlishlers - Faber,
Grant, Rosenberry, Thompson
(center), Flint, Eberly, Bennett;
quarter-back-II. B. Smith; half-
backs -- Leighley, Shaw, Dun-
baugh; full-back-Allen.
'93 Dent: Rushers - Pretty-
man, Mitchell, James, Kreit
(center), Spencer, McMullen,
Murbean; quarter-back - Leuty;
half-backs - Cook and Lowry;
full-back--De McFae.
The Laws will protest the
game.
A Lecture of Professor Kelsey
Prof.Kelsey in his course on
Classical Philology, sometimes
gives utterance to sentiments of
more than limited interest. A
few days ago the Professor made
some remarks upon the demand
for Latin and Greek scholars, and
upon the standing of the"U. of M.
In Germany. At least, to the
'fofessor said,. especially in the
Xastmore men are specializing
a Greek than in Latin. As a
result there is a dearth of men
mho are sufficiently prepared in
Latini. Even in Greek there are
inore positions than there are men
absoltely oqualified to fill them,
and when a prominent position in
Latin is vacant, it almost goes
begging before it can find a good
man to fill it.
In regard to the standing of the
U. of M. abroad, the Professor
says that it is good. This is due
largely to the way the work is
arranged here. The German
gymnasium gives the student an
opportunity to acquire his general
education, and the Univeysity is
the place to specialize. In like
manner the U. of Ml. during the
first two years of instruction sup-
plements the work of the high
school. This corresponds to the
German gymnasium. Then the
next two years of the student's
life remain for specialization.
Thus, the U. of M. is a real uni-
versity and not, as so many so-
called universities are, an over-
grown high school.
Bicycle Road Race.
A road race, starting from the
Law Building and making the run
to Ypsilanti and return, will be
held at 2 p. m., Saturday, Nov. 1.
The first prize is a bicycle lamp,
given by Wagner & Co.; the
second a gold medal, given by
Lew Clement; the third, a pair of
kid gloves, given by Jacobs & Co.
The entrance fee, twenty-five
cents, may be handed to any of
the following before Saturday: U.
C. Tichenor, pres.; C. Vaughn,
sec'y; committee, A. A. Dorn,law,
T. L., Saylor, medic., and G. C.
Cheney, lit.
Prof. Stanley will give an or-
gan recital at the Unity Club par-
lors next Friday evening. He
will be assisted by Miss Fountain.
Bishop Andrews.
The first lecture before the
Weslevan Guild was delivered
Sunday night, before a large au-
dience, by Bishop Andrews, of
New York.
His theme was, "Jesusof Naz-
areth as the Founder of a New
Society." The inspiration and
infallibility of the New Testament
was not assumed. The life of
Christ is its own argument; it
could not have been written if not
lived, it 'could not have been
lived if it had not been divine in
character.
In forming this Society the plan
was simple as compared with po-
litical societies. The details of
its ceremonies were left to be de-
mined [by circumstances. This
society did not attempt to sup-
plant the state but rather to sup-
plement it.
The Bishop showed, lastly, that
this Society had an element cal-
culated to draw men to it and re-
taim them,-that element, Love;
by it the Society is insured per-
petuity.
Tennis Tournament.
The tennis tournament- was
commenced, yesterday afternoon,
and the following matches played:
Second class singles: Effinger
beat Prentis, 6-1, 6-4; Mc
Kenzie beat Wade, 6--3, 6-2;
Suydam beat Tichenor, 6-3, 7
First class singles: Slocum beat
Cooley, 6-1, 6-4.
Doubles: Shaw and Brown beat
Sherman and Dow, 6-4, 6-3.
ATHLETIC NOTES.
The new grand stand for the
Yale-Harvai d foot-ball game will
seat 9000 people.
Hamilton is considered a sure
Wright, Kay & Co.
Forei n Buy ers,Importers, of Gems
and Art Goods, Jeweers ard Op-
ticiars, M anufacturers of the
Finest Society Badges rrade ir the
courtry. samplessent upon pro-
per refererces,
D iOpvrrr I jele Bf-.,
140 WOOD WARD AVE.,
fetroit, - - Michgan.
winner in the New York State
College foot-ball league.
Williams has at present the best
chance of winning in the New
England College foot-ball league
with Amherst a close second.
There is little chance that
Cary's (Princeton) alleged record
of 9- seconds in the 100 yds. will
be accepted by the A. A. U.
Foot-ball games Saturday:
Pennsylvania, 28; Franklin and
Marshal, 0; Harvard, 54; Bow:
doin, 0; Princeton, 50; Lehigh,
0; Dickinson, 8; Swarthmore, 0;
Princeton, '94, 34; Lehigh, '94,
0; Crescents, 30; New York A.
C, 0; Columbia A. C., 28; Haver-
ford, 0; Williams, 28; Trinity, 0;
Yale, 10; Amherst, 0; Union, 26;
Hamilton, 10; Rutgers, 6; Orange
Athletic Club, 4; Boston A. A.,
34; Andover, 5.
George may be seen playing
center for Princeton before long.
King and Spicer, the Princeton
half-backs, have broken noses.
Dalton is laid up, and Black has
a sprained knee.
Albion foot-ball Schedule:. At
Detroit, D. A. C., Nov. 1; at
Delaware, O., Ohio Wesleyan,
Nov. S.; at Olivet, Olivet, Nov.
15; (probably).

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