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VOL. I.-No. 1I sf ;.
V,-IV'E SITY OF MIHIGAN, TUESDAY, M~AY 26t, 1591.
THE FIRST DEFEAT.
Our Team Encountered Hard Luck
at Burlington, Vt.
in their pocetes instead of coiins.
NWiih all her presetnt insdirfereince to
civilizattion, ioswever, stie is a nmost
hiopiefulcoiutrr. N apoleon l)IC-
In the featiher-wveighit wrestlinig,
G rochan, U. of M., sustained a
serer twcist of the leg and was forced
to ssithsdrasr. Its the final bout he-
R-obissi,iwhisleas not hieii feel- dieteit a'rest futuire for hr. teein lurand ansdt (reenteboth N.
tug well,sreiit inl tiopitch the gae -,tt.tii.. A.k :., the twso weeso)erectlr
and dlidi well till thee c ith n i etd Day of tio N_.A. mtritest that the tjidges decidted a
tite score at t thattibeui iin toi - ciais-
it favor o hU o f .I)',o- e pintt-ly h ,p, it ofithe itting hroadIjump-AuistiN.
nor, the jpitche r for the hutiiiictoii fld iayslioirts it ps ianii wiilsi A , Jewvett, 1). A. C.,situdlDor-
nine, struck out sesventeensstn aiiit ii ou o y~t~tl i mnN.:A. A. Jwttci rt Ds
gare eleven toen first basenoiballs lert ere ifeet 5iniicti
Rohinsoss oiiiy struckouit fiMi ern n. o sis et-os' lu Rcthsiondil soiithe muiidle-wceigt
Five of the \Verinitteamt uare lire d tiii Jeweti, 1). Ak. Sic Ierethe;wrslnfomD e.
to pliay hall. (5' Conniiirt a reucnt ionly entries, the latter wg ~ o Putting the shot--'Ihis evenitswas
ganse with ilarvrn keput thiemsifriomiiiaisapploinitmenit for the U. of -Il.
scoring till the eighith iliiiiig.'frThtetet, Ihicon.tingetnt. alastdih on
fielding ott hotth sides ssas goodIve, U.of'it., iDorganiele.astkte Aoti
b b were utiabie to pust ahose 3J feet
Kelly assetCoddsibothetoitig "real scoty t Vtaric}initsissec onds. s ltes M'ctie0.A.C
wvork. 'iefloisgith scr gart ratsfisrst set tiis racebitt as hse
had ade o pevios etr},thecrack could ito a little better; Jenk-
binis:race was aswareed to liarseci isns, N. A. A., wsitnninsg. D~istance,
' I soonstsfinal heat-testett, liar- 3 feet. 'The sihot wcas of leadi anti
U'. ef V.0-01 0 o 5u o i 0 i -
t. et -----i oso i so 0'2re y ansd Morse. Jewett 5winning inconsequently msschtsmsaaller, whiichi
- - ---- i , sesonds;ltarsey secod. seiusty insconvceniensced the con-
Lecture on Japan and China. (n ut ak Nsr N .5 testatnts.
ties-. 'lThomas :Marshiall, ofCh- McGee, D . AUC.asnd -1lar tassel N. Pole vaslt-Lusce, iD. A. C., cott
sago, stelis-eredciast entertaining'atilnd ~ eui sl isi eiii si osN .A
istruictive lecture Sundea} eet itiss' c Vsitter second.l Distansee u feet lo isichses.
hefore a large audiiestce at the Ires - 120 isrdtle swissti thlree heats -asalanBord
isyteriasi chturchs. tc. NIarshiall !lessctesttiiingthe fitalintii59 sec.___;_
gasvc sansy isterestinig aniitamtesusng' 440 'd.Mre . .AA-j Tue '9a2iidepuendenets save ede-
remni ssenesefsitissfifteetsnmontssttiies slD.ACol ey, .ot >1 ceedti get out ss Castaliasi, anst
sojourtn in tue Oriesit. tie said: \rthsur, N.A.is Won I osrse tare electesd as estitors MIessrs. IDor-
It ws sonth tirtv years igo that n i sc \tAiie isle},s cneiii'i raneise, RP. I-)1 ouugisir, Scheneker,
a)ntattltssapa s w usoeeidtiithe satiossot 5 uti isoi si~cte ssis . iiit nItHskinss, Cutler, I]latchs,=Allor, ait
tse ssorhd, bsst sincse thsentshue"ross-tshItitesid satsitP it, itisses 'Thomsas, I terrirk,
of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~rgs Ds.ottr-hs sesA.a itcs I C. Greggs W011iniii H atch, sndilAtkinis. Tue hoard of
2.rl 12.iS Ryas sSc otis.editoers elected Mlr. Carl Schtlestker,
Creat credtit is dult tte usaisloratly -,isattgisieiors -N- tte
siossaries, osstsy- of n-lons aresilE20ys ahDraN .Amngn dtr .N lth
alivs-. Tikio is the eduissiossatles iiibu it sktt isissess mtasaer; V. A. Custler,
centre of Japsans, tbeig the scai ofI A. A. J essettss'os agaiss ini'3 sec., assistasstbussissess msassager; saise
thse lIperial Usiversitystd ist Jetnkins seconde.hi ss Asia Thonmas, secretars-.
nsumerahle normsal schsools. T i I-s-lit-wight creste is 55b
Dase fro Rihmon bo}1 A. Mr. Murph y Here To-Day.
Enuglisht lassguage is very popu l aeffoss itsssnho -N N
atstosg jlsassse susteitsji'.% I r. Mitrpthy wilt he out here at
also insitate Ansericans tmanners atie QT hlrointg the liaisniec NI alley, 3:3o o'clock thsis afterisooss anislii
dress ansd look at the Usited StatesU. of MI., sten easily frostsJesikins, instruct thse athsletes ott the fair
Nas.tA. moistagsversmittf 'sit rossnsss. 'lis is thtelast time thsat
asts bsee gsensst I The throwswsatits a sixteesn-toot cit j Iexiii beheiere biefore the spsritng
Jaipanese are a hsospitahle, genetous I ce asset witli a jumpl, hutJesikis
race, atsd slhow every courtesy to failed tio thsrowi Wsitiis20i feet of pattes. All those whto litre beets
to travelers. 'hsey are very seat 50 ,Mattey. trasinsig ciser titusace requestesi to
apisearance and oif a religious na- 'Stansdinsg broadejumsh Gatmble, he ontthie grounsds to receive their
lure. 'There are thirty thoussassdtU. of N 'M.scottfrons:MorseN N. . A final isistructiosts.
chsristians irnJaptans.IDisstanse so feet. - --
in Chsina one is inmpressedt withs Runing hiigh jumpth-Autstins, Ar- Enre Close To-Day.
.the antiquity of everything. Even thur and Dorgats, all ofN N. ., 'fThe entries for Field Day close
tite rivers and msountains shtow cvi- Johnuston, C. 13. C., de Pont, U. of this evening. All those desiring to
deuces of old aee, The great curl- Ml., and Jewvett, T). A. C. de Ptont conmpete most give in their names
unity is the great walivitichs would won at5 feet. to-day. Tite programme will he
would extend in length front Ann Running hopt-step junmp-Johsns- printed front the list as completed
Arbor to Portland Mle. They travel ton, C. Bt. C., Jewett, D. A. C., this evening and no one will he at-
ho-day in the same manner as Abra- Dorgan, N. A. A. Won by Jewett. lowed to compete uniess his name
hsam of old, with chunks of silver Distance 42 feet SilY, inches. is on the programme.
PRItCE, THR-tCENTS.
ANNNG the experietice of College
NlnNN-o knsow anutu atutreciate
' tie carefuil scrustiy of College Stu-
detits.,suviig a s . e cors of skilled
D~esignsers atndleehersspeciatty
itinted for basdge stnd ities jewcelled
Nck, impijortinigis ¬ęce do, distely
from Pais, Londuons tatndimsterdam
our Diamios an otier tptecioss
StossNvie site its aipossitiotsto Ipro-
ldire thuefissestliiasduetjewselled
'SocietrylBadgies of ill kind~swi ich ste
mantuifascturinct his coutry.t
Wrigh t Kay & Co~
MANI FACTUIIING 31 WLLlItR
Detroit, Mush ;rn
Chas. Speller & .
University Outfitters,
20zt SOTHcST'.TE ST.
OE PIIB7{SE BFIiTi,
6vintslisid stutAthlethic Goods.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
T 4K~THE PCE
i-ole agesnts its AnsssAshor.
qI5A$. $PCLLC1R & qo.
==_ 1IO
NIWitllv'ecIlisNMethsod of
IMPROVING
w :-2 =
MEMORY,
Anid Filtting Acqisesment of
Knsowledige its Five Lessosis.
-I\-
AT 7:15 O'CLOCK,
To be continued Thursdays andf
Mondays following.
FEE FOR THE COURSE $2.50.

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