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June 05, 1893 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1893-06-05

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LAURELS FOR MICHIGAN. Wilkiiso Northwestent thrd time, THE SUCKERS DEFEATED.
Everytihing Went to Yeow andi Siue Onihe bansdied aidtweentytyds lsir- The Return Came Reulted in a De-
n the Fieid-Mieet die Keep Michigaii firt eai, csive Victory for the
at Chicago. Michmgan, second itiRicadVt iii-U. o' M.wj " "
--sit thurd;tiiie 8 5 -StN
tb.. o. i~ To liuiided toil twentytyads tsur-
This year th L. oi adeherde Keep Michigan, fist lt estMihl- In spite of a cloudy ky aid fre- /1i.PORTS '"
first appearaince in competition wthti nscodls1is i liii,(in soes scrts ffirsc ' /)nANFJVJts
Ithsod: tiome wi'9ie. a
otlier colleges in track athletics; and j4 lstomiletuicseetele dl ihiga itnesedSarday's ganic between DETROIT, MICH
well did she vacticate hei ability to Iluist ZLimsoteininRisconso eiotd Msicitan 'sn Illinois. The game
SeeyMiet n anict hirdiii lydtere odto
copecwtsh the svry bs.1oinotshstte tusnner sI etu i w ta~soorly plyelitxccodin
isn sonic of the sevcts stihsr 's r i rstlyNorttstt i ssec- ofte ground being responsible for.
ond. Prier Midsianthir., distasce,eea fteerr.Mcia
alreadysowi ecrs sepcerioi tori ft.s1icstch, ) h err.Itiiia
ant o ane li' yar cii. s . I' ii il'heshot:IS "011't i coisiii csredlanotter victorywvinningb
ist Jlie IJut losegn scod K
nunaor ishe.has pracica i o cornsiNine tern',lt h id i t ~, > fe i a to3 llnitxold hae bieis
peiocntews.lallonaon enh I stntout hut for error iii the fift
ofSttoo~ateliiivaun i. le i cut- isiei' No ti5 st>.ij innng. n IRichileft feistplaydit a 1
any teNowsau ts LionueSmadirstesit'eet(;ies usStiMe Mud tspooi gameaid Spiter at short sotp c ivsi 5Sus iini 5api n
rtiiuuiisc'bioadst uiiiCmfnIich-had a decidedly offsisy. tt'hecS c 1,iicisissxt Setssihu no '
'The Uof M.tioys being accus n'iri[firstatt'1t feet S inei; Geary, see .Ine fature of te ganmeiwas iia6ti sc Axi s' iisend eos ca singeneto
onied to a cinder track wtere nuchi oil 't 2 feetMatt,thi rdi. Shieldstork iii center field. He
xvanSsyfuatthey 0tusughnstnpTeSsi tu mase tio difficult catches, oie of a
disappointed, hnteyfud iii hnirst; Seep elugas, seesta;
Ii.ad to pefoim oii a wet clay trackc lostScWiscnins thurd;leiglt-5 feet line drive anid the oler of a on I F V t& C
4 iiitss hit alnost to the rnnting track, ot. S- 85 tssc icon Ax
an o 2 srigtawyiadwihFiss.Siii-1kni.Pons hich prevented tonmen front scor- DETtROcT, - - MtfLtt 'AN.
turns o shuspIliac fast bicycling r\, 'to_3s ig. 'he latter catch tas undobt
eas snmposibie. p ~ dy the bet snisat Sefedcii~ih n T~~~Q.t
At te very start Michig aitolnd A limse o Pandenaonium year. Hernman also twon aplause -
asse litet' c alt ~fron the croiwd by Iis catch of
the lead ed it a ttwak 'nT'te asinuatimeeting of te lecture Rich'n ote line hit. C~eiGARTTES
tie osne iondredl yards iBensoin and asoiat'on asheld Stdayfr Illi'stren t a Iiriicipally'ot
3scaoit.s as yfo iossrnt t , e un nI
Chapnan,hotsiwon theirstriathle purises of eleStiii of of- in its battery. Frederictksona pitchedrt ,«;i t'usu'
limts asy and finistethe finat0Ses u hpl st-as rowde a good gane ans hail terect con- Ii
close tat tejestnc .sag~eet xilsssdussfotrot over the bal. IHe struck oti sts
uii'so' te seh aticipautingug li i o al- Grffinalthouighia tfe i x'lnt wasv at rxiiOa-uiy l icici 'iusenntcv.
sanei, C'apa'uti :si ng 'ii"the adail-nt esuossinusus.Soue amtndnints t uvryefetv, holdin te Itilnsoss .tif ~ ~ stctl
guothuoem run h lirn te constitution wexx inssel andvlbatteuslotswusto a}luts l stff usas x lan axsiusisi iv'au
xchi -ntnt xisa i si'i'le electiout of officers tinclarvhe hedyiun xloxa hcS Iirt namtLE cdis Ii an
fo imad lauxxthu ansay' ccciiiausy.ntheli II °air.- t 11, nn t
oots rver. 'st. Lon" cameiorwrdsafely onlty on e'-sendinga"three loutgi anni in resn, ieiisavirwna
Ashley'ad itsoe h adais's sy-a 'withi somtecresolutuons, its opposton fievi to te outfildThIs-'game xxas
thing in te 4-I0,(noshi sas foulend to te chair's nanner of appoinitinagnmarkvvd by centre absence of kckng
in hic I8o, but still non5 seconsd the tellr, this caused a breach and and offvuasie coavhingav the Illi-
plcKrogmian was also fouled in ! isorder reigned sopremun ttil the nounsant has left the imtlressiotn of
thlile, Hl i nthtr.I esn" one of tenost getlenanly
the~~~~~~~~ ischlltd1uo uac i airmsan'savjouned te umeeting for set of ball playiens seen lure this 0
the jumtps LcRay, Miartin Gvauy' x' o weks. AS this IointitPlres sason.Ta hle score follos
Detuont an Keep, all showedt themvit i geli canme in and advisd the oys
selves twinuers, Keep ant Reed both to vdisband unutil they hash tisse t
ran chic laurdles strotagxxwhile Geary ool oft. i-A5nit ilta o AE
teontsconid ii'sthe hucig h iuu vI s TIe laws' ei hs . i ito ' ad itit_______>r2s
sits outaciy'trouble. iiBttimsis' I i ze 5t 5.............ii1
, iteir rights, nettagain ti hic laxv ytiie .t ___________ tu 1 s:
The bicycle race was onev of the firoom anh elected a corp of offiicers ielsi'.. ....... I-, as 5 o
istetc-rxiucsv n Cues o ftheir ow itchoosig. 'Thley'are a s otunsi- ii 51_ .ii.......i._ os i
Blelden tinnin in the last tetn feet folows: Pres. J.W. tPowters, '94 law;-Peaso n,: bitt ______5___3 5 145
by a aanificent spurt.ice-pres., 1V. S. Heuitt, '9 mdc; vi sfs, I-----------.---------- rUo3A
The foloxingare the events: tea. Hrr . site, 9 md--------------------p yoa 55t
One hintdred yards dash-Woti by cop. secyt, G. McKinney 94 dentv. or sir11
Chapman, Michigatn; Ketnsotn, Mei-rc e. .H.Kos 9 hr 5as
goseond; Sherman, Wisconsin i e.scJ .Ko,'4phrie t1Hen:M R H N
third; thoe, 10 1-. Itni-sden ,ii ............. -----4 t 1 5 5 1
Two hundred and twetnty yards dashi Thin girls of the S. C. .A. planned Jsox2bc-------------a__5___5_ 00i125
-Wnb hpa;Kno eod _.__4000oSherman third; time, 24 15. a picnic to bolevard hilt for Satur Hart, . ..............4 o5rt15r0 tTA1 ILOR/
Four hundred and forty yard dash- dyatron uto con fFrrsv n, rt .................-4 0 5 5 5
Mitchell, Michigan, first; Geary, Mich-daafenobto aconofFis f-__________3010o0
igan, second; Howell, Wisconsitn, third; the rain were unable o go. Mrs Herman cfC.. ------- 4 n3as 01h AND IMPORTER 0
time, a5923. Man then kindly opened her Iastelss 55 ..... _..-.4.51 5ti 5 1
Hlf mile run-Copeland Wisconsin anhn b--_ _____4101301
won; Groh, Michigan, second; Glle, house to them and the picnic spper Tintals"----------------as-:!s34 2510 14 4 E ''I OO ,EN
Wiscosin, third; time, 2:10 2-5. was as thoroughly enjoyed by the SOES NIO
Mile run -Boardman, Wisconsijn,SCRBYING.
first; Gillen, second; Bray, Michigan, girls seated in her diningroom as i 55 'W. FO~RS'S_,
third; time, 5:0415 could have been on the boulevard Isningis ....i S 34 ,4 g o
One mile walk-Gales, Wisconsin, Mcia ......0302032001
first; MCurdy, Northwestern, second; hill. Ilicis ........0 0 505053 01050-tOD toiM ch g n

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