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The Circus Row

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The affrsy at the circus, Tuesday evening, wa inore serims thm was contemplated by the boya wlio went 'over to have a little l'un." A yomií farmer named Frank Mason. who hve.s a Nurthfield, now lies at the Univcrsity hospital in a vtry precariois conditioo, hi3 okull being badly traciureil. Yuung Notie, a h'g'i si hooi studeat from Memph s, Teon., was severely hurt, while nearly a score of studente fbund it necessary to consult physicians ia regard to their v o inds. Ou the other side, the oircua employees did not e cape uuhartned. A olortd man named Cook was siiot in the lelt shoulder, making a bad flesh wound. Ho was taken to the homoeopaihïc hospital where the wound was probed bui me bullet conld not be found He skpped yesterday, fearing that the boys would avenge themselves on him. Seven others ol the party were hurt, and not mat. y panes of glass were lelt in the coache when the train started for Ypsilanti. Toe boys cinnot be too severely crit ciseii for iheir actions, as it was by their efforts 'Int the row was broughl on. The sirangest thing and the one tnat demaüd the strongtst censure is the fact that a crowd of genUemauly, educated men ill allow themselves to be drawu into any kmd ut a controversy with men so far brfiow them in tvery way, txcept in blue Mrength ai.d prowess.


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Ann Arbor Register