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May 10, 1894 - Image 1

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VOL. IV.-No. 158.



A GOOD BEGINNING. A feature oft
First Home Game Won by 14 to 1. playing was the
The Team )layed a Great error being made
Game. too, was excellen
Kenyon opened our baseball sea- Deans doing espe
withthesik D
son on the home grounds yesterday, the stick. D
and the way in which our team de- stop work was di
feated them should suit the most his throwing
exacting. The game, though one- Baird's showing at
sided, was yet an interesting one. worthy of recogni
Neither side scored in the first man s pitching is
three innings, and but one Kensyon ceifostevt
man, Beck, reached second. The cellent control of
home team was retired on hits, leav- stnsually speedy.
ing Spitzer and Hollister on base aMCHI
in the first, McKenzie in the second - A.
and Deans and Spitzer in the third. tshields, c. f...--....
In the fourth, well-bunched hits Deans,)s1.t...----t -
spitzer.2 }) .....----
by Waterman, Baird, Drumheller, solister,f-----
Shields, Deans and Hollister en- Kenzn,1)........
abled Waterman, Baird, Shields and WaLterman, r. f--.--.
llasrd, s~-. .. --
Deans to score, Drumheller being I3asn sumh r 1 ...._.
forced out at second and Hollister
dying on third. For Kenyon, By- '
ard and Walkley flew out, Wolverton KEN
was hit by the ball but left on first A.
ti-e ttit
when Kuntz was caught at the plate. t .-rs, .-
In the fifth, Mackenzie, Baird and Kuz,1..
Drumheller flew out, leaving Water .-Wle,. .
b Rccktcy-, 2 1
man on second. In Kenyon's half, Beek, c.r------_.
Blake struck out, Baird put Beck ISter. p......- .
Blaer. f- -S ---
out on third from Follett's hit, and roett, s. s;.-....-...
Burnett batted a fly to Deans. Totais...........-2
In the sixth, Deans and Spitzer estecs-
scored, Deans stealing two bases. Ssechsan - 0
Shields, McKenzie and Waternman Ks-is 0
went out on hits and Hollister and Earned runs-M istg
Krogman were left on base. Byard - ts espti-, Hstte
hit just beyond the plate and stole Deans, 4; Spitzer, 2;
Kuntz.;; Beck, 1, Sa
second. Kuntz struck out and ase on bats--y Kr'
Wolverton got first on balls, Walk- Struck out--ty Krognic
ed balls--Drumheller, 1
ley hit to Baird, who caught Byard McKenzie,W olverton.
at third, and Deans caught Wolver tires--Showalter and F
ton on third. American Ba
Michigan's four runs in theI
At oni Ai

the home team's
fielding, but one
. Their batting,
t, Hollister and
cially good work
)rumheller's back-
te acceptable and
unusually good.
t shortstop is also

Prof. H. C. Adams will, during
the summer, act as director of the FOR SALE.
Plymouth, (Mass.) School of Ap-
peE s IseBrandew-Pneumatic'S'ires--15,t3llsdel-
plied Ethics. Instruction wiii be Never ridden-Taken on a debt
largely devoted to a discussion of
the relation between economies and Price, May 5th, $93.00.
social progress. In the departments $1.0 LESS EACH DAY.
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nTcof rg Ethics the purpose of study in the
much of the 51 South Main St.
I-Ie had ex- light of comprehensive theory of
social developtment will be recog-
ball and was
nized in the adjustmnu-tit of courses.
The session of school will1 be-gin
July 1c
1I . P.O. A. E,
0 0 0 0 Athletic Directors Meet.
2 2 The directors of the Athletic as-
it (, ;3. sociation held a meeting yesterday
1 It 01 at one o'clock and instructed the Whenyouwantthe Latest MetropolitanStyles
1 5 5 5 of $2, $, $4 or $5 Shoes at 50c to ' 1 a pair less
2 M 1 s secretary to draw up resolutis of than Asi Ackne Itrice need tsr (atatstce es
1 s 4 0 thanks to be sent to Gen. Alger for
14 2 a 1 the loaning of his car. The direc-
tors also discussed ways and means 101, 8-i85 wntnwsnnAvi,,
--- --- to raise money to help the team on DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
B.H. P.O. A. E.
C 0 1 > the eastern trip, but no definite 60-Ladies and Gentlemen-60
4 4 1 action was taken. It was decided -d G m
to postpone the 'Varsity field day LNVING w1II=T
S 4 1 to May 26 and to hold the sopho- -4 Fe Chsasrterccd soiety FnctS.s,
1 V, 0 0 tier the directiom oft dosstaral- er at the
1 0 more freshman sports the morning Opera House, Friday Eve., May l1th.
( t 1 of May n.g Tickets mew on s tie. cwand'-s.
5 s1- 1.3 Jeffersonian Society.
0 " 4 04-1s The Jeffersonian society will ren-
i) 00 1-~1 der the following program tonight:
Two-base hits-_ Declamation, Mr. Reed; speech, A.
.ett-stcr L. Curtis; biography, C. E. Chad- S er eec tte ticass
S .. ef55. emt. brss ft h S te clss-areeres-
d, 1; Byard, 2 man; debate, "Resolved, that the petfuy requested to have sittin-s as soon
hit--Waterman. osble
, 3; by Myer,5. successful maintenance of the Uni- as ,
by Myer,. Pass- ted States as a nation requires that FRESH ASSORTMENT
tby pitched ball
- . 5 e. Um- the national government should--OF-
grow in strength," affirmative, V. OW-
ociation. 0. Cothane and T. F. Doyle; neg., -
A. S. Beach and C. H. Rector. --T-ssT RECEIVED AT-
22 to 24, will _ --.-..-- TUTTLE'S, - 48 S. State St.
eting of the Medics at Wayne.
in. The pro-
he president's The senior medical class left here I fl1TN TE !TYV
an SI. Cooley, yesterday for Wayne on the eleven
cussions, and o'clock train, and arrived at the
committees. Wayne county house and asylum at BASE BALL GOODS
12. After a lunch served by the
ety. doctors in charge, half the class Suits and Gymnasium Sup-
were shown over the poor-house by pi.
society held Dr. Heizeordt, while the other halfp s
and rendered were shown over the insane asylum
Yum : Declama- ads eoftemrmrkdassYou are invited to examine stock and praces.
:Deam-and some of the more marked cases
peech, 'The demonstrated. The two divisions
orter; debate, alternated, thus being shown over 9
Sunday laws the whole institution. In the short
aff., Messrs. time remaining before train time UNIJ7ERSITYBOOKSTORE
neg., Messrs. part of the class engaged in a game
1' of baseball with the attendants. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

:seventh were secured by bunching
hits, Baird, Shields, Deans ani
Spitzer scored, but Hollister was
again left on third. For Kenyon,
Beck and Myers went out on hits
and Blake struck out.
Neither side scored in the eighth,
going out on hits in one, two, three
In the ninth, Deans, Spitzer, Hol-
lister and Mackenzie brought in
four more runs by timely hits.
Wolverton came to bat first in
Kenyon's half and hit out a three
bagger. He scored when Walkley
hit to Krogman and was put out at
first. Beck flew out and Myer pop-
ped a foul to Drumheller.

t aratoga, August
occur the annual me
American Bar associati
ceedings will include th
address by Hon. Thom
several papers and dis
the reports of various
Webster Soct
The Webster literary
a meeting last evening
the following progran
tion, J. F. Henry; s
New South," H. M. Pt
"Resolved that all
should be repealed,"
Harrison and Weines,i
Ronning and Landman

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