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a~O hIo 83 rOIMCIAONY.JE 8, ibO.fFouuAGES3CInTS

VOL. VI. No. 183.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, JUNE 8, I896.

FoOt PAGES-3 CENTS.

We Must Move 1
- The store we now ocupy has
been sold. We musts seek new
55 quarters. II
uWe Must Close Out
N our stolk of music goods sd
Lticycl es. weeoffer pries which II
aq sill sell gosl if less ries
"a mean aytig to buyers
5THIS MEANS BUSINESS 1
Ii f you wonet .prytlsotle)
msssi loe get ossr reeisthis
01 THE ANN APBOR ORGANCGO.,
HA S. MAIN ST. 1
t's a Liltt1 Late
in the season, but we
still ihave a
BeallthtnlLine
01 Xwolell
on hand and most respect-
fully solicit your patron-
age.
S. W. Burch'field
E. Huron Street.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
G. H. WILD.
The Leading Tailor,
aind only direct Importer in the city,
haa just received his entire stock of
Foreign and Domestic Woolens for
Spring and Summer '6, at
NO,. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST.. NEAR MAIN.
Iull Dress Suits a Specialty.
Special Sale.
Baseball Supplies, Lawn
'Tennis Rackets, Lawn Tennis
Supplies, Sporting Goods o
every description.
SEE OUR STOCKAND PRICES
WAH'Ry'
Up Town, Dow Tow.
Sjivrsty Sookstre, Opposite court House
259. state St. 4 N. Sats St.

AN UNINTERES'TING GAME. Shileldls, r f.1
Watkins, i,,1If .. ..1 0
fotlui .. 1
'Varsity Defeats 'Toronto by a Cno'.. ..2 -
Score of 13 to 8. Totals. .39 11
If canntot lie sail the '"Varsity ila~y- Aft I:
es distiniguishedrtl lus osin Sat- (fantbell, s' f ..a1.1
urdsay's gaiss,.fTse Toronito tells wit.Fetch, ct. t...3
BarroI tt.1f ... : I
wea5lk tatidthis fitt seetidit iflustsentce ~oins1. "sit ... .3 1
this miiito iplay loosely,11111a05a0r15 MtcDermotttl pt. . ..4 1
stilt lt'e gamei as' aOlmiostetirely its-llRobetoni. 21)...3 0
toitd oirinterest. Ellittlit . 4.1)0
In fisefirst inintg icliigtit batted (Tite.sso.4...I 0
Illbbs, re ..f . .3 1
titrosighsthe list, atidi iy it's bass onsit
fialls, three erts at1 a sactrifice liti, 'roti . ii S
scortei fourtrfnies. Thresemtore eun:s I iilligs 1 2 3 4
were t'addiedin iitil e cfstt iltsbIt icltigttt....4 3Ii1
MicKinntiy, Deans, Kiittstittland hle- Tortoe..it . 0 ) 2 1.
Kenietogethier i~th Llenyostied-Mihi a:
ney 2, lostnitgstcni, iK
lice antd a base ottltialls tgiveeitois ntll: ItiDerintt, II
vie 'Varsity was iblankcd initshii' tEnedl runts-J'litclti-ai
-fDtans. Sislitihatses-
ceivetiaasos'in btalls, was tadv'anicedt' eltt'y' 3, AMcenitt'2, I
ft secoint ilon losiiiig stoits sttiite 0ink sltoreKitlisititil M
lutit. anmisoredt sn Mt'f~triitt'se- Ilisttbase' sis Italls---Off
rsr. In liii'fifthl ichigan2'sscoireot I atkins 2. tiff Mt
otisincreasedi to eleven by ti itse' tn Left oil bases -Michilgan
Stiuck otut-tBy Miller 2.
balls, sinigles Sty :shiil stitdil It ulisti. Wi .Dosisll
Deans' three-btagge'r, sailseverail er- sore anti M'cenzie. P
toes onillsthpart of liii visitor's. Kittitotiti1. Freinch 1. 1'
The' 'arsity iditnut score atgsin AMiller. Wattkins 2. MeD4
.iuitil thle nith, whii Deans niatte asi ll'tDly, oifDtroit.
hiomnt'n, intlwas followed byLiloss- 40
ne'y Awho haiti' a siinglt', stotle'scondi Captain Holmes Sn!
andthi iird. and c-ame home oil tilt
'tIhe Ihoatrdlof tonicsl
thirows in from ls>lotsitingston's fly to
night to considler ft'e acli
ceniter. Condosn then sterick ouit indst ms oad, 'p
the aide wats ouit.
Toronto lis t ofscore' suitil the fhiird. (ltao gtlt Iiisl
~~~ovn eouinwspAfter Hobbs was retiredl by a grouindlbii c1 t siti
hit to McKenzie, C'atipbell anti Fielcli
stlted Iby the Boasrti of
reaciest first oil errors, were advtancedt
it base on a passesd ball anid bothll'aain fnthee 'aste
scoredi 015Kinitionil's wild thtrows oveir go te'Slrst
third base. 'Untillh(' explalinsl5his cc
In the fouirthi the visitors gained tieldi in the ('hicago gait
antothier by several infield errors and (tltltIoiiswssl
daty hand511s tilable to;
a wild pitch. Then in the fifthI they itie Board at that iteetin
got their last three scores, by a base If is itie object of the 1'
on btalls two singles and a itree bag- strictly bty the rules as
ger. ineeting held iniicatsgo

1 1 it \\'ISGONSIN WINS EASILY.
1 1 1__
(' - Records Suffer at tile Intercol-
14 27 15 legiate Meet.
11 O5 A 1h7ist'tiu hitt lut oits leti inti' ii silt-
th3u{sig fir"st tut's'e t t''he tidaisnttil
ii 4 31
I liciofoltiii'Wstcuniiitt't-ttllt'isattc
1 0 0i
1 1 } iStuftrdaty-afternon lit ('iieigi.
o 12 0iirht't'iill5- ' tillliii'vietlory intl madis
0(I 1 I1 least thirty pitslforIII(' itiias
f t 1 .1
I'Our' lssiscitiilrest-dostwertiedcrlor
4 21' 12 hirtilti. itttybttey, Wiscoisins, rittit
G 7i 8 0 100it yatrdls lhin l10 setotndsf1at, iy'-
2 1)1111 2-13 Iin; Grun~lt's eco-trdiof iast year; Ilicht-
1 00 0)2- IAtis, Wiscititin. ftid tihe120'yars-t
5511s 4. iLtts-
'i'Trtottt tt2" netll. inuiestl, ssslseil s ilubini 7:1
t.Ilolerile' t- h Iri'e-fifth:; oftas'icondtlbelter
-iHollistter2
ller, lFrs'tt-i. 'Wiseontsint5wottfbest lliestill th 4
itf ollisiti' 1. Iits; (irililcll, secondt, wt111 22
e(Dertisoit 1?. pits; ('iliculoithlii. Nvithi 1i tiints;
8, 'Torontto 4 . Lake lFstitst, fottrthi, 1i5 poitts; AMimime-
It ollistti'1.

'sisseil halts-
Wild itleus-
At tindiic'-j
aspended.
1 mtFinuty
ioii of S'iltill
(1 Stage ill tilt
my. 1Th1e fol-
)assed, a Coipy
tol1lis's: "lite-
('onftrol. lihit
base'basll 1t1111
tiitltttoil liie
ie Thitrstday."
tof town aFIri-
appleare befosie
Boamrdto iabitde
idoptedlat ills
olast fo~l 1and

stith, 10 pints;hIlintois, nst'ntb , 4
points.
1100 yart-ssdasts- Maittiny. Wiscttii-
silt. terst. 'Tutm', :11).
Milt' til-Bli unneilill, Minnesota, flest.
'Time', 7:11i-:1.
1211 y tits ihurdles-iilellsltts. Ibis-
conlsinl,first. 'luih', .10t 2-5.
44th ylits 1111---il, G(innliell, first,
Tiiie,"i: 4-51.
Cine mhle.ibicyc'le'-Buurton, Miutnle-
sotafirhst. 'lille, 2:37 2-1.
consbin, first. Distanlce, 5 fe'et 7 inchets.
Mtilt' runi-Crtgiu, lake ortest, tirst.
Tints, 4:33.
Pntting i16-giotundi shot-t'utess,
Wisconsin, flrsh. tnt, '38 feet 11/2
inches.
220 yardls dasht--Alaybsury, Wiscon-
stis, first. 'Tisie. :22 2-5.
220 yards hurdle--Rhiiards, Wiscon-
sims, first. Time, 278-5.
S Runinig bsroad jnip-Neel, I 'isiesga,
first. Distancee, 21) feet 9 inchies.
ttatmsnernthirowr-Coclierns, XIscoui-
sin, fhest; 113 feet 3-5 inchi.
'lolestiul t-Wilsom, Northwsestern.
first. Hleighst, 10 fe'et 61 Ilsehes.
880 ytarss riui--S'ttlgtil, jr., Latke
Forest, first. 'imue, 2:0352-5.
Michigan H. S. A. A. Meet.
IThe iiniiual seSt of the Mlieligam
lHigh Schtool A. A. swas held at Lau-
sing Sturday aindftse Detroit High
1School wan on easy swinne. Thes
points wtere: Detroit, 72; Lansing, 52;
(Granud tRapids, 47; Anti Arbor, 27;
]Jackson, S. Thse all-arond miedal
:went to Christopher, of Lansing, who
numade 18 points, Pinigree, of Detroit,
comning second with 17 points.

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In the fifth innimig "Jack" tHollister
took MTille's place in the box for two
innings and after a little work stead-
ied down and pitched excellemit ball.
In the sixth ('ondon swas substituted
for Kinmnond amid Watkins took H1a1-
listen's place in the ses'enmth.
The score:

IIHIGANT.
A-ft It
Hollister, 1 f, p... .311
McKinney, r f ... 1
Deans, 3b ........4
fLowney, as-....4 3
Blooming stun, 2bs ..5 2
Kimond, c....3 0
McKenzie, lb ...5 0
Miller, p...... .1 1

to5 see thatifthose takinig parti hsil-;
leticeemts shall condsluctthmsselves
iii a gentlemanumlymnemr it mllSts'es.!
AStItle regtular mionthily msietinig of
the boar'd it stas decidesd to Iprint tie
rulets governimiguathletics adopited at
thme ('hicago meetinig. amid the roles of
te Athiletic Associaionm siulh autoath
at te bottoim of each copy wchl
eceh mnemuber of the Snack team must
sign before leavinug for Chicago, Jolts
13. A copy of She outfht sill be printed
in thme Daily.
Brown Will Play Chicago,
A series of Sthree games of biaseball
has been arranged betwveen Browni
Eand Chicago univ'ersities to be ptlayed
at Chicago, July 1, 2 and I.

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