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VOL. I. No. 35.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
FRIELD DAY SPORTS.
trie for the Contests To-mor-
The Rugby directors, last even-
g, arranged the entries for the
eld day sports, to-morrow. En-
tes have been received for most
of the events advertised. The
garnes will commence at 2 o'clock.
8 is always the case with fall
'aes, the contestants are not
very numerous, but they include
all the best athletics of the college,
and the contests promise to be
elose and exciting. The events
and entries-are:
100-yards dash: Munger, Cow-
e,) Ilarvey, Adamson, Wingard,
hite, hall, Van Inwagen, Van-
evetr.
220-yards dash: Cowen, White,
arvey, Saunderson.
140-yards dash: Malley, lar-
┬░ey, Saunderson.
One-half-mile run: Saunderson,
igard.
Fanningihigh jump: Van In-
Wagen, Pusch, Fischer.
1junnning broad jump: Pusch,
elley, Fischer.
'throwing the hammer: Malley,
) aughton.
Ptting the shot: Farrand, Mat-
ey, icClurg.
Throwing the base-ball: Bab-
oek, Leclear, Codd, Crosby,
1oth, Smith.
Drop-kick foot-ball: Wisner,
aIr Deventer, Stone, R.
Three-legged race: Shaw and
Wsner, Wilkinson and Abbott.
The tug-of-war between '94 Lit.
atd'13 Lit. is the feature cif the
sPorts. There will be 50 men on
side. Dygert will captain
and Chadbourne '94.
"t.e Q
T cVas in Finance will here-
ter meet in Room K.
Political Science Association.
At a iieeting of the Political Sci-
ece Association committee, Wed-
nesday night, after discussing the
question of membership for some
time, it was decided to have it
somewhat more exclusive than
last year. Membership will be
open to those belonging to the
historical and Political Economy
seminaries, and such others as re-
ceive the recomendations of the
Association's executive commit-
tee. Prof. McLaughlin was elect-
ed president for this year and was
empowered to appoint a commit-
tee of three, to present nomina-
tions at the next meeting for the
other'oflicers, which are, vice-presi-
dent, secretary and treasurer, and
two members of the executive
committee. This committee is to
be composed of the two members
thus elected and the three officers
of the association.
The discussions, besides dealing
with the standard question of
Political Science, will be extended
to the more important current
questions and promise to be very
interesting.
No Harvard-Princeton Game.
The faculty of Harvard have
refused to permit the team .to
meet Princeton., having forbidden
games outside of New England.
Having already refused to allow
the team to play Yale, it New
York, they did not feel justified,
in now granting the privilege
for the purpose of playing Prin e-
ton. This decision is greatly re-
gretted by foot-ball enthusiasts, as
such a match would have been the
feature of the present foot-ball
season.
Plans have been drawn for a
new gymnasium at Rutgers.
Meeting of the Hobart Guild.
At the regular meeting of the
Hobart Guild last evening Miss
Mary C. Bancker was elected re-
cording secretary, in place of Miss
Walker, who did not return to
the University this year. Rev.
Henry Tatlock proposed several
changes in the constitution and
by-laws which will be submitted
to Bishop Davies and then adopted
by the Guild. One of these is an
important one, restricting the
membership of the Guild to stu-
dents connected with the Episco-
pal church.
It was decided to institute fort-
nightly sociables of an informal
character.
FUKUSHIMA BACK.
He Says He Is No Benedick.
Reitaro Tokano and Katsutaro
Fukushima, two bright Japanese
students who graduated in the
Law department last spring, took
a jaunt into Detroit last Friday.
A member of Ann Arbor's demi
monde, who rejoices in the spot-
less name of "Blanche," and an
Ypsilanti maid named Maude
Fuller, disappeared at the- same
time. The story was that the two
couples had eloped, and Maude's
father sent Deptuty Sheriff Peter-
son with a warrant to bring back
his erring child. The search was
unsuccessful.
In the meantiruc Fukushima
has returned, having left Tokano
in Toledo. le admits that ie
and his fellow Jap met the two
girls at the Wayne Hotel, but de-
nies that they all went over to
Windsor together or tried to get
marriage licenses.
He does not know if Tokano
has seen the girls in Toledo, bat
Wright, Kay & Co.
Foreign Buyers, Importers of Gems
and Art Goods, Jewelers and Op-
ticians, tianufacturers of the
Finest Society Badges nade irl the
country. Sampessent upon pro-
per references,
DCtroL Opalc H' Ole Bfk .,
140 WOODWARD AVE.,
Detroit, - - Miohigan.
says the latter will be home to-
night.
Fukushitna expects to return to
Japan very soon. Both the Japs
are members of the aristocracy of
the Flowery Kingdom. Fuku-
shima was asked if lie thought the
girls had hopes of an alliance
with Japanese nobility.
"I dunno," lie said with a
smile, "I guess p'raps so."
ATHLETIC NOTES.
Cornell defeated Amherst Mon-
day afternoon, 16-0.
Thus far the following compar-
ative scores have been made:
Yale vs. Crescents, 18-6; Prince-
ton vs. Crescents, 12-0; Yale vs.
Orange A. C., 14-0; Princeton vs.
Orange A. C., 0-0; Yale vs. Le-
high, 26-0; Princeton vs. Lehigh,
50-0; Yale vs. Williams, 36-0;
Harvard vs. Williams, 38-0; Yale
vs. Amherst, 10-0; Harvard vs.
Amherst, 54-6; Yale vs. Wes-
leyan, 34-0; Harvard vs. Wes-
leyan, 51-0.
The " Harvard-Yale Freshmen
foot-ball match will be played at
New Haven this year.
It is proposed to ablish the
tug-of-war from the championship
program of the A. A. U.

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