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May 01, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…Ije U. Of , n. WalL VOL. 1.N.145. UN\IVERISITY OF IMICIIGAN, IFEIDAY, 1MAXY1, TIS91. PRICE, ToH-E- CENTS. RAVING the experience of College Oratorical Contest. Tse programmei to-night wrill bie: the voting orators to-night uwill tare a fair show hr a fall attendance.I Let everyhodr he present earls, as '92 Lit Versus '93 Lit, Musi.......... Caequmte til.the diiors sit 'I"tle I- t tt i .ThodreKiii e" eah speec. I etp f joiisini IitlPiitliemAteia...…

May 02, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

…Ijc U. of Al. WaiIp. VOL. I--N O. 146. UNIVERSITY OF MICIGAN, SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1lf)1. Pics.,, TimiEE CiENTS. As CS GORM1bEY \V1NS. THE U. OF M. ORATOR TAKES' FIRST HONORS. J. P. Adams, of Northwestern University, Earns Second Place.-- Four Good Orations. A "Rattle of tse Orators" lastj night's contest may lbe very appro-j priately termsed. Fosur of United States' leading educational institu- tions have niarshialled their oratori- cal forces; t...…

May 04, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

…Ij~c t.tof Al . W1ail VoC~. I.-Ni.. 14T. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, MXNY 4, 1iS I. PICE, TiiRts: CENTS'. OBERLIN DEFEATED, run. Iwo r seventuth il Laid out in Oratory and Base-Ball.gn hle Score, 25 to 0. About 1 000 studeints wet to5 thills libise Fair Grounds yon Saturdas'- i to Sitse1e See Robinson strike out si xteeni 01ik adfi the Oberlin players. It will s tn]ule t01111) intierestinillgaste becautse ott ie~. t I ,sIe Te tomte team ba...…

May 05, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

…lIjc 19. of su.l Wail. V. U I-\o. 14-l-. -U-IVERLSITY OF' MICIIIGAN-, TUESDAY, MAX3, 591 S 11zit2, Timm. ; G ENTS. THE ATHLETIC FIELD. A Description of the Grounds and the Grand Stand. If anycone had venturedI to Pe- dict, at the b~eginintg of this collsege )'ear, that the long- talked of ttniiting of the three athiletic associations wounld b le accoiiiplisliecd, that ove1 fil,ooo for a gym inasium ouldc011l raised, that the 1Regenlts would tr...…

May 06, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…I~ Uof Al. m1ill Vol. -- i 14di THE SYMPHONY CONCERT. A Large Audience Listened to the Pine Music. There were over 2,000 iveopisi ini 1'Itiversitv IHall last cveenie'g It tvas, a birilliant aissemiblage, eveeiesf tress ibeiii" thle rule rither than the oUl~hiy enjoved cii n fiolie he lihera iapilau ise. The symiphion in I flat ws t eei ved ithi mooe erai- he~rs, thy list iioiviii it, thy /Iiisvs bing pa rticularl 1fine liv \l s w ho hevardl th...…

May 07, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

…at of.. L.-N. o. 15 O. UMVIYUSITY OF -MICIIIG,,N, TiltiS IDAY, SMLA Y 7, 111. i'iICr, 'illi *: CrT-S. Base-Ball Minstrels. Mrl . .T.Iarind1111w1as calledll Upon00to-da y andilg"tve some valiia- ble inf ormioninit gadtothe c1om11g Rise-Ba ll Ministrls. I I e replorts, that constaiit pratietl haIs been going111oil It the lorcheistra IlllI that thedi ners ( cobati.mlise-i Tlie 11a11111 i Ic l Ie te i- rection o (f Po.I a hsbe some v ersv fine pla...…

May 08, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…of Al. Wm p. Voi,. I.-Nos. 151. UTNIVERISITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY s , 191. ICIscs, Tn izi,:CEHNTS. What Oberlin Thinks About I. Te Game To-Morrow. Foot-Ball To-Day. The following; clippings are fromn Thtre u lteit i gatite for the cilass chamtpion-t the O berlin Review: norw i l ca ci o tsitp of the U niversity in toot-till!f "Thet'. osf i. liots have set a ( i tr I will be played this aftenoon on the high stanidardl of itter-col leogiate ...…

May 09, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…j c . o LU. Wiii VOL. I.-1N. 152. UNIVERISITY OF -MICHIGAIN, SATUE'DAY, MAY i, I-tl. PRICE, THIREE CENTS. The Farmers and the Gym. Ai interesting l itfle trick Was played on the fainter inlenihers of thte legislature ot 'it9 ill 'onisectionl Withi thie I icersi tyapplroplriaitioni 'Ik. Te farmer lass' nakers of thte ne sessioni seere ttnssall I tlcerse to the bill tiidlthee propiosel 0) 1o snnte sturdy and inign-iaiitcarciiig' tiheti theinasue...…

May 11, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…of Al . W1ail ,o1..1-No. 1,5 ,. UN\IVEIZSITY OF MlICHIGAN, MONDAY, MANY 11, Pi,)I. itiis, I r aiI ,E CENTS. ~ ~~tiIlG~ motT~ ion, nwhirs ia-rounnd in the oxbesly and lacik. aisficet hits, E X"L\Gthite expiience tof College steps one loot out and throws the Pearson, btack and lturros.s AlMen whtoiknows and appreciate sillto rt . ti iab lk pure andi Passedit llbait lsi. Stsrnik out, by- theicarefliiscrititinofC ollege tu- simspits ins thtet5rune...…

May 12, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…lc . of Alt.Wip VOL.. 1--N1. 15-4. What Northwestern Thinks The folioNsing coiiet on tie contest of the Northwestern (irator- 'cal ITeague is fromiittse N orthss sttris World:k _ condeinse the I'. rM DAItIY's accousnt oil the os1teSt tshjeli is certainly nitone too ptartial to N\irttissesterns's repsresentative. ,Ilore spave is givets to eaeti of the othser speakers ttiaisJsotsnsAidamts, alttughite tiook ttte secondiziree of $3o.,Goniitev, [T....…

May 13, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…40 Of Al. a V f'. 1. 1 -) : . G \IVENlSITY OIF MICHIIGAN, AWEDN 1SI)AY'. A Y 13), 15:31. I 11c1 ii~iCNS 5 AVINGO the experience of College iiithe i-luiratryof he ~ iiier e nro whisotiis in(owtl;neie - The Athletes in Training. 'There werre ltvenl}iht athletes at the fair gr ooonds yesterday vaater- noon to receciveelostrction from Trainer 1Ii ortili Somle of the Mlien present wr: lreSpence, (Cote, \al)eventer, Duitle,1Don1- liue, Sandersoani\ ...…

May 15, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…c jc . of n. W1aijj. Vol'. I.-10x. 1327. LIVEI ISITY OF AMICIIIGiA , FIDAY, MAY 1,-, l 1. PICEo, Tintisi.CENi.i~ Minstrels at V psi, Th hipirogranimue for tithei..of ii milnstriels it'i isilaxiti tix-iorross iiht is xasifollows: Rushi ii like:Ce ie. C. IT.iii xxxilr: rigt xgiardsih:. iDxrrci-. Eari Peters; left garii II. A1. lob-, II. It. Sxiitii: lis; leit tickles, tit. II. Aiixrexrs. . AIV. ,Moirrisoii; riglixieiiilA. D.)Rth-li isiidRlurlFar...…

May 16, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…lc . of , 1. '1a . Tor.. NOL. 1.-N~t. 4L' UNIVEERSITY (OF MICHIGAN, SATVIDIA-Y, -MAY 16,, IS1>i. titTtt Urs PRICE, THREE CENTS. GLEE AND BANJO CLUBS. With the subhstitutlionl ci a miotleyj The Delta Gamma Convention. TerConcert Last Evening. aw kiwardevolutiotisthireii the tudi-ii iiilCiiclti ltietcl I~~h three hull- enC cc inito ctiiiriisiiiis oft I iihter.j(lma fatriycoe lisnilt 'ere were onlyabioiit tlii he cluibs are to ie tiomlimented it ...…

May 18, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…ijc t . of LU . W1ai p. Vol'. I.--No. 1,59. THE FIFTH VICTORY. The U. of M, Bats out 15 Runs and Northwestern Scores 3. The batters of the'N orthwesterni Universit nine r eeutter1ly unable to find Robinson, in the game on Saturday. Three hits are credited to themt lit oiili one of these was it clean one, and it was a single. McGinnis, the lilred itclher of the N. Wv. xU.-saspoundsied nil liner the field. 'Twenty hits were made off hIs ileliver...…

May 19, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…AL of AT. Wai Vol'. I.-ti o. li ). UN\IVEI;SITY OIL MICIIIGAN, TL ESD A, \AY 1,,, 18911. DENNISON NOT AVENGED. The Prosecuting Attorney will not Prosecute. dlhberation or twitht criminal intent. 6. Untier such circunmstanices a Convictiont if any onie of the (deer-j The Seniors' [lie freshmen litsv by the senior lits ye: Prosecutings toriv littinononthsitrrr oureisas coiicicteid it wciuld behriste tosottefi y'esiertlas-esnteredl a n)1, l' i so...…

May 20, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…*ij U.Of #tn, ai 1p. Vo'. I.-Nv. 161. UN\IVERSITY OF AIICIIIGAN., AVEDNESD AX, iAl1_V t) 1 i. Plic, Toi-iCENT'S. German at the U. of M. antd at Har- in 's I-its in BalcteriologyITuesday yard. m torning tirnonti other thin-s hej Ia recent issue of th tu a saitat iialairia is tiut to a firoto- comptaratice statemoent regtaringte hepamdu mlra o study of Latin at H arvard anthe iers theitreattmetnt if malariia tithlt 11. of Ml was published. ft ca...…

May 21, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…e 4& 1,44k . of , nl. Wa Ip. ViO..-N i; i2. The Eastern Trip. The base-ball team will leave Ann Arbor in their special car, for the ]'ast, on Frisday eveiningp. Their car will be alttallced to the 9 :30 P. Inl. North Shore limitedl. flier reachli Eticas-.Vat1 'lc Saturdlayosorii.i In thle atr noon they wsill plassti II sHaiistoin Collegetins. sevsoon swillI psoba- (lii Mlsiiasyisthe 2tlithels iils isill Ilay15ths.ttam5o11tsitlt-ns 1 iiiy of c ...…

May 22, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…~I~cU.of AT. mlIjj. Vc,. I.-N . h1f;.. VUNIVEIISICY ' IMIClHIGAN, FI~iiiLAY. -MA2Y 22, 1>2)1. PitiepTHECETuioVeS. College Press Gonvention. mit a n. i"rll ln" wrk. 'The irst annutal convention of ~I~ i ii lsinl1 the Western I ntercollegiate Press Association will lbe ield i a' the (liiI'I' l'alitter h oulse, Chiceago, to-tmh oo iliorilixi'ansi afternoon. This is the.ii~s i i o 101 ileetilig whtichl l o 1 sr-aIllie te h tll os, Iel S1i1' 1as0oc...…

May 23, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…Of /* LU. WaiIp. VOL. I.--~ 1 G-1 UN\IVEIISI1Y OFI MICHIGAN, SATIUDAY, IA Y-i t IIimCsiaTtin vE NTS. l 'AVING the expseriencie of College Men who kow adate mrciie Toe Freshman Banquet. a leasi;pctrofyl 1ad Accordingi"to the tprecedlcnt of lic, rowis'sarlotrt ll prevs 5claisses the sclass of '94 held i ii1t its 1' reshmais Ianucut' last nigt lin , la stertis prosveu olefle Nickels' hall, and to say' that it W is a "lorious success is to give it...…

May 25, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…c . of ~rn. WIN Nutl. 1..-..N,.165 VICTORY NUMBER ONE. The U- of M. Nine Defeated Hamil- ten College, IS to 3. T1he team arrivedl at 1,tia at 2:0 p. im. andl as soon thereafter as ps- ssie, dressed and Nvet nt 1 to tie rounds.'lThe daxyxwas lmost ier- feet for isall pIaina' and asiar stlt 0o11 boxs lut 111;n aimot errolss game ittilat teturs eIParxon's a line ly to ilitir Followcingisla dtild cuuntt of the 'ante: ; fM etto bat first. Kelly tru...…

May 26, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…c je . Of , n. W1ail 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 fin...…

May 27, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

….li C 's . ilail. cyr.. I.--\ >. 1 , . Voc. I. N. OiL -NVENSrITY' OF1"MICIIIGA-N. W'C)NECSiAY. -I XV 27,lo Tmti :i, GENTS. Mr. Campbell's New Position i'rseas anniouniid in the D i~ aeo few days agto, iitiM. A. tmp- tseeii bell bad lbeen ofttereil ai positioni at noon. Lick Oblservtor.Il ascllteamii do tecesti ug facts: ae1 Te ( bser''iatorc is tiderthtli i'ecttoii of IProif. I olden frmely l iiis of thec III\si v of 1 s n i . ,,r 1 Ilie isass...…

May 28, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…j e . of , 1. la 1 . t'oi.. I.--\ ,. 1 . \'11L. I--No. 1;UIVENSiTY uOF \IICIII(J'N, TIIV IlAY, MAY si 't iIhtiiCNS P.,zlci,, TFiRm, C :v r . U. OF M. VERSUS U. OF V. A Full Account ot the Gamne at Burlington, Vt. r nlain iurin t? ' l ru 7re of a The ,;idae.I afternioun galie was atil led lithII 'tin letnota Wlsh i oints1)f)1r1 U. Cofl1 I\l irtha r The first ttre til eilit oti itrIcd shlort ordler oto popUflies and(1a0 IW ' ill st strike liut. ...…

May 29, 1891 (vol. 1, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…~ijc ~t. o Al . W1ail p. Vol. - N . It. U IVEIlSITY OFlI' IICIIIGAN, 1FRIDlAY, MAY _10, 1ugh. hoot';, Toiot: CENTS. YALE'S LUCK. out to W~ilkiiison, aci 1)1 to go- Inth ie eiglitth Pearson hit to The U. of M. Outbatted Yale, but og out front Spi tzer to ich.vaio base. Wilkinson got a base Costly Errors Lost thte Came. Tile fortli opernedI with a trike Itit. Ricit forcett tint to secondtt ott l - it b 'earsoll ilisoi flw wtita base on b~alis. C...…

May 02, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 148) • Page Image 1

…c I$ I . of Al. Wailjj. VoL. II.-No. 1485. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIIGAN,4 MONDAY, MAY 2, 1892. IT WAS A TIE) ( bard every time, but was unfortunate (odd base bit and stoats second. I agan ____in tplacing0 bis bits. lHis tongrun- fly out to Sbieldls.(Giney fly- to let- U SATURDAY'S GAME WITH THE ning, one-banded catch in the fosurth feri', Iliels nine out by 'Spitzer to Jet- O1 t DAC. feris. ____issuning, waes the brilliant ploy of the NNT IitsN I...…

May 03, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…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...…

May 04, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

…' o AL Von,. II.--No. I.>0. Vot. 1.-No.17th. UNIVERSITY OF AIICIIIGAN, WEDHNESDAY, MAY 4, l1f92. Vie uci:CNS T) ( T .t <. , 7EN T 1 . ..LIC iJ L° . niti'. ,1S. THE WOMEN'S LEAGUE. Addressed by Mrs. Alice Freeman Palmer.f Al full meeting of the 'iSomiti lea'guie was held in the 'cseoi )11 room of Newherrr iatl last eivening, the presideint in the cr. ~ i following camses of canidaItefo the adltisorr h oard were presrented aced elertedl lie...…

May 05, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…~tI$ , of , n. ma n. VOL. I-No. 151. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TIIIIRSDAY, MAY 5 1892. PRICE, THEE CENTS. THE FRESHMEN DEFEA'TED! French's home r-un. The Sopho- mores were one run ahead. The A Close and Exciting Game Yester-Ieximntwsnesth ylig day Afternoon. ectmn tsitne h eln _______antI guying- worse. McKihhin and lie proverbuiat hostility hetween Mv~errill strurk out. Hol~t hit a Frestimans and Sophomore always single, hut seas caught ...…

May 06, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…e . a A, 1 VoL. I1I.-N o. 12. UNIVER THE MOCK CONGRESS. I ct/dill(011 Messag-e Delivered by President I tnk------ Me Laughlin. AI iii ----- SITY OF MICHIGAN, 1FR1IDAY),ALAY 6,18 92. U(ttt lit--11the Lta01 SI 5 tIn rnp stoityouri equcsteforinstu tli to /the ita t i fciaeate. n/i o-itco- coney- tIti touin te it nite Su " I :"L I is appartnt fotu iret t h t i nce M Isstl ---- ------------ t'his table we, compiled by present eontroller of cur...…

May 07, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…~IJE itofATWajj VOL. 1.-No. 158 . UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY -,1 189. Bassos, THREE CENTS. ROBERTS GETS SECOND! masterly manner. His tine phsysiquie impressed his hearers. His tlhought CONTEST OF THE NORTHERNI andI comoion ad hsgerl ORATORICAL LEAGUE LAST 1 npstinmdIsi eea NIGHT. average place himn easily sinner of tihe first Ihonsor. 'Tthere are very fesv Pyre, forSIadison, Rears Away the ciiimst- oe Palmc.ctesnstno. _______ Ft...…

May 09, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…~Ij 1.of ~.W~p VOL. II.-No. 154. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN~, MONDIAY, MAY 9, 1892. PaIoE, THREE CENTS. SATURDAY'S GAMES. ened her team isy puttingrMiller on Fourth inoing.-Jeieis out from r OF YOUR Albion Swiped-The 'Varsity Loses cs( soad Marker in cente, botts old I'aean to Ducharume. Pearssnd ri3OEJ 1 to the 0. A. C. by Rowermars U. of M. hall players ansd first-class Cod to Msark.ninsond out froiii UI Error. ( od lo a Code oDcam.Cd otfon ...…

May 10, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 155) • Page Image 1

…/ of AL AL ltl* VOL. 1.-No. 155. UNIVERISITY OF MICHIGANi, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1592. THE SYMPHONY CONCERT. tarn me'aning~s which cain only find 'VARSITY FIELD DAY. vent in the va'toe and indistinct Something About Its Early Histor y. r. Fitzpatrick Will Train the Ath -A Few Words About the foims of pore musi. letes. Program. Prbably the more pleasaint to the __ Thisereing fo th thrd ~ ~ maijor ity of the hearers, on accoun- i.-iearr rit fi Thi ...…

May 11, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…Of WWI I Lu Vol- H.-No. 156. Voc.11.-o. 111. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1892. IsitTRECNS PRioE, THREE CENTS. THE SYMPHONY CONCERT. hy i close and intimate aeiluiintinie FRESHMAN BANQUET. with it that one can_ ever hotpe to- The Orchestra Were Greeted by a ii ii Arrangements are Complete andI OURt Large and Enthusiastic Audience. 'truly appreiait. ti ult Ninety-Five Will Have a Big -overfloswing wits melocdyagtanice Time Fr...…

May 12, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 157) • Page Image 1

…yI$ IL. of VOL. II.-No. 157. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, A FALSE REPORT CORRECTED. University Minstrels. Prof. Adams Will Not Sever His Con- The first complete rehearsal of nection With the University of the University Minstrels occurred Michigan. in Nickels' Hall, last evening. Al- though handicapped for one or two For some tinse rtimsors hare been raos h osmd eyce- rife to the effect that Prof. Adams reasons, she boys n ade a very cre- would not...…

May 13, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…of , f 1a ,s VOc. 1IL-No. 15s. UNeiIVEB THE SOPHOMORES WIN AGAIN'.I(caiitcee lhrcs Ninety-three Loses Her Chancesi Hunter aod for the Championship Banner. Chickerinig t' Oniiaceoutotof te disturbhnce its theierror lt orallyeantiti iin the class rootms oft zeran't 'tittros the v'arioiis delitnienits wihen.i thei of both sitles inter-class (aiesiita're played ( ithe fiotm iing eaittpis, yesterdaty's 't ng i i s tctiote fnowtst( oni the failt i...…

May 14, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 159) • Page Image 1

…tIJ itIof AT.Wi VOL. II.-No. 159. UNIVERSITY OF .MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 14,1892. PR ICE, THREE CENTS. THEY DID THEMSELVES PROUD. the fact that '95 is a vigorous class, Refes t th Frshmn ad ?eircan hear cdefea t with equanimity, Banquet Last Night. keeping its eye fixedl on the final goal. He said he hoped that the The crowning esest in tine first healthy spirit manifested thus far year of the history of the Freshnsan wvould he continued t...…

May 16, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 160) • Page Image 1

…of m m m m VOL. If.-NO. 160. VOL. 1.-No.lI~o.U NIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, .MONDAY, MAY 1( , 1592i. Pice ~eI ' PlacE, TutzEE CENTS. NORTHWESTERN CALCIMINED. "t~oc.' Peareson lead the team in Eamned rciun,. of M.,1;iiit by pisel d bhalf' Hres2;bases on ballsbys lIaise-. by To MnFrm vnsonPayYe-sacrifice hits. The game openedAticloscet ''" sirce tb Ht, rnssic5,bhi Sic- low Ball -Harness Allows Them swith ttte ' Varsity at tbat. Craswford Doe,3; i...…

May 17, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…4jc It of Al. rd VOL. .Il--No. 161. UNIVERSITY OF AJC1-IGAI\T, TIUESI)AY, MAY 17, 1892. 'TIS REPUBLICAN DAY. C H hlard C. 1.Ilulce; Indiana 0" 'Young Men in Politics,"_______ -I State University Bloomington, Ind.l, SlEcton. Johno hitt onunolbraka The Convention, Procession and '' 'Slcin----_ uiesMnsQatte Banquet-A Full Lint of Visiting F.I I Ingler, Howardl J.HalA. (3). One Abost Gts," __ioU Collegians. Hon, AJ. SawrofMichigan. Colegins.N.Ha...…

May 18, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 162) • Page Image 1

…#4W4MW A of ct YVOL. I.-No. 162. SUCCESSFULLY ORGANIZED. The Republican League Col- lege Clubs Created and Jas. F. Burke of the U. of j M. is President. The Conventioi is Harmonious and a Splendid Banquet Tsrmi- noatse ths Event. The conventioni of co l egrrepl)- ican club delegates at the call o the Linicarsity of Alichigan occurredt yesterdaty. the 105glist of delie- gates publishedl o stci 6 s gavetr she impressionithat it wais to lie a so...…

May 19, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…. of X Wai Voc. iL-No. 163. UIVERISITY OF MICHIGAIN, THUIIRSDAY, M11AY P)i, 1892. THE TEAM LEAVES TO-NIGHT.' of Pa. fell a victios to her Tuesday swith a score 8i to i Codd Will Go-The Teams to be Met Vale, at Nesw Haven, tursdlay, and What Their Records will put up a good game. Last year's Indicate. score was close, 2 to o. Vale's nine is cot as strong as last year's leans! 'he teams leases on iSs slll Jr casters trill at (6:30 thuis eveni...…

May 20, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…. a . 1 . VSor..If.-No.ilG4f Two New Appointments. .At the regents' meeting Wtednes- dav evening, two imp~or taut appioint- miests werie matle, Prof.iA inchell's chair twas fiiled by th selectbun ioS Israel C. Russell, ot the T.S.G - lout-al s sri-es Ieis-a gra duateii of he C i f N.Y. and afterw sards stud- led isnSt.eSchool of MinlesI Colum-is hia Cul(e.rte ls twoss 5i- mes the hshie s lskas in ciha rg aiof .exped uitiost o te51 ~la Aips. ...…

May 21, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 165) • Page Image 1

…uf ltl* vo. 1.-Na. 16. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, TMAY 21, 18S92. THE PROHIBITION CONVENTION. Forty Michigan College Men in At- tendance. U. of M. Annual Field Day. University Minstrels. Th'le following are the 'Warsity FieldIl Mlay a2l. ... I ''hle _11 ihalum Inter -(Colleg iteo ,~s~ P'rahilsitiin cnvntonbenits ses ic ioowrillash. sions at Newhoiry Iliii, yesteriayiv 20 afternoonan't 330, wtiii'inad rss j_1.t of welcis yA V.A...…

May 23, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

…C t o VOL. IL-No. 1665. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIIGAiN, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1592. INTER-CLASS FIELD-DAY. bicycle race. Harmon wins in 4-14 INTER-FRATERNITY WAR. I '94 Wins Easily From '95. A Close onahaytaknteml a Exciting Scenes at the '95 Oracle Ball Game. hrogm an, , roes away fromt the Election. The i ri~ si -field, arid stieswithout trying, fi 5 li- stlc o mticelc-st 'i iiiiter-cliss fild-day, ( Cickerin ' 9he iaietod I laerd eCst betweein tilec...…

May 24, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…je . of , . 1ai . Vol- II.-No. 16 7. Voc. 11-o. 167.UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 241, 1892. PtoTlttCNS PRIG E, Tal-ZEE CENTS. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. A Full Account by the Daily Corres-, pondent.I :ASTON, 11a., May 23. [Special.] -PresidentI .Ashley's ar, 4sWolver- ine.'' withithtie 1.. of Al. tata rulshedl through froo hdlpP11II hia to Easton, after the U'niversits of Penntn sylvaia gameII a11tily was15c100 mlencedlagaisflt 1Lafatyett...…

May 25, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

…i I 1 I i t f 8 Voc. I [--No. I TINI VElhSITLY OF MIC1.HUAN, WED)NESDAY, AY ?§, IS92. HARNESS DISABLED, Illness and Overwork Cause an Ab- erration of His Mind.--Trans- ferred to His Home in Indiana. l I r e ()n: ofthe ichers ()t' _'liiettityt Itaili, s,,ceelto) he ini iii i(%i t l - ii lhe left litre til the ctastevoi trip tast wteethntidheit tntr of his rotitioi ilinl t. osetlih's sicpi( It is 1bit sauil that sri.- cral H ains !lie ott (t...…

May 26, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

…lac . of . 1ai . VOL. IH.No. 169. THE DAMNATION OF FAUST. 'The Concert Tomorrow Night Will be One of the Finest Ever Given in University Hell. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, p~ecial sensation of the evening was I causedt by the superb perforioance of the young tbarttone,tHe inrich AMeyn, wtioai the Orpheus Club are to bet ll ector Byrlioz, suinetsims cle congratuiated on set-urine so eariy the trench Beethisveaa, wa 'omen in Iis vcar erin this co...…

May 27, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…I)o AT.* NoL. IL.-NO. 170. THE SECOND VICTORY. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FIIIDAY, M\IAY 27, 1893. Iouts and a fly to Crawford. '"Doc'' ban ever before, ltowerniao caught DRItto, THREE CENTS. ( OF YOUR -. IITT~mn=7 7 7 rT)t'±T1 Some Inside Points on the Lehigh SpizerbaseonLall orcig Sheld Came From the Daily Corres- Si r aeo al~ocnflilscatchei Crawford (id very qutick I z B pondent. to second. Bfowermsan struck out. wsork at feft field. lrf...…

May 28, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

…e . of Aft" 'To,. I1-N. I171. UNIVTERSITY OF AMIChIGAN.SX-TTIIIIDAY, i\IAY , 11)2. HOW IT HAPPENED. The Princeton Defeat-Good Work of Jefferis and Bower man. fil, E O esfitJ. it.-t 2.li-t The i (t;alie hiodaiytNvat iitie tti ti'L;ill- trestilit<;' iof11w iii thai t, s ieih t playe dd iiiif iceors nwerlieiipecitlly best w ifrki il iheiin-fiild.iii l i llithe ' ANi-otl tilItie(an n tet,1Cssppor tit liiiyiply ifdr ilgh ti111ill tioi i li tref...…

May 31, 1892 (vol. 2, iss. 172) • Page Image 1

…Die . Of 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 a...…

May 01, 1893 (vol. 3, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…Vol. III.-NO. 149. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1893. PRICE, TH{REE CENTS. A BRILLIANT VICTORY. Mtichigan witih a hit. Crawford out ATTHE WORLD'S FAIR. - toG-ate;Rc od.Si- Michigan's Palatial Builaing Dedi- The Deltas go Down Before zer takes bate on balls. Spurney cated-President Angel's - gout, Eagan to Ducharme. Giney Address. Captain Crawford's Men and Gallaghser both out on dlies to to te Tue o 6 t 1. Spiter. Marker gets first b...…

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