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VOL. III.-No. 179.
Of the Executive Committee of the
Inter-Collegiate Athletic
At a meeting of the executive
committee of the Inter-collegiate
Athletic Association of the North-
west, held at the Grand Pacific ho-
tel in Chicago last Saturday evening,
much important business was tran-
sacted. Mr. itaird, the executive
committee-man from the U. of M.,
in whose hands the management of
the annual field-day had been placed,
submitted his report. The arrange- 1

Minnesota vs. Michigan, Oct. 28, THE JUNE INLANDER.
at Ann Arbor. A Creditable Publication Ends a
Minnesota vs. Northwestern, Oct. Prosperous Year for our
30, at Evanston. Literary Monthly.
Wisconsin vs. Michigan, Nov. 4,
at AnnArbor.Today the last number of the
at Ann Arhor.
present series of the Inlander will
Wisconsin vs. Minnesota, Nov. 11, he given to tse public. Althongs
at Minsseapolis.ewe received the advanced sheets at a
Northwvestern s's. M\ichigan, Nov. tlt usseseeeaidt ts
s8, at Ann Arbor.
cover many points of excellence in
Wisconsin vs. Northwestern, Nov-b
the publication. Last month the
2 th, at Evanston...
articles were limited to coeds, the
The meeting adjourned to meet in
current number, on the contrary, is
Chicago next December.
given up entirely to articles by
-' ° ! n ntle in in the unde(1r dulatr d -


ments for the meet cost 'oniwhile Seninr Laws Win.
the receipts were only about fIs1o, partnsent. Comparison, especially
due to a continuous down-pour of The fifth inter-class game was of the last two numbers might prove
rain until a few minutes before the played yesterday afternoon at the unsatisfactory, it suffices to say,
games began. athletic grounds, between the senior however, that both are a credit to
An assessment of 50 was laid on laws and the dents. The rain just all parties concerned.
each of the four universities to pay before the game prevented good Owing to limited space we can
the deficit, and Minnesota failing to Playing. The batting was fair, but only mention a few of the many ex-
pay, the amount was paid up by the fielding was loose. A good cellent articles. 'Sketches in Prose
sized crosd nan present, tse major- and Verse' is the subject of the
Michigan and Wisconsin, each fuszr- leading article, by I. K. Friedman.
nishing one-half. In regard to the ity of them laws. ''Landscapes and their Effects'" by
tennis tournament, Wisconsin offered In the first inning Bowen pitched S. H. Perry is an article worthy of
to hold it at Madison, entertain the for the laws until four runs had been some merit.
contestants from the other univer- made off his delivery. Flemming Geo. W. Harris writes an interest-
ing article on ''Some Representation
sities free of charge, and divide the Eas heis put s the box, aid to hes.
receipts equally between the other more runs were made. Crawford L. G. W%'hitehead contributes a
universities. Northwesternn nade caught the first inning, and after- short description of the University
the same offer but it was decided to wards pitched the remaining eight system.
hold the tournament at Madison. innings. Rich caught hins. Among contri>utors of poems may
H ct be mentioned: J. B. Hornung S. E.
The date set was June th and 13th Hart pitched for te n, i Wite I. rie an, A. H.
The makings' out of the football ning catching. Only one base on Hones, H. C. Porter, '. A.
schedule for next fall precipitated a balls was given by Itart throughout Strauss and others.
lively row. Mr. Lyman, of Wis- the game. H w Strange it Wan.
consin iproposed to make a sched- Al te end of tine first ining the
ule by which i Michigan would be score was 8 to s in favor of the The following clipped from the
compelled to go west to play one of dents, but several errors in the fol- Ariel in regard to the Minnesota
her garies. This called forth a lowing innings brought the score game may be of interest to our
most vigorous protest from i habove that of the dents. At the I readers.
Baird, the representative of Michi- end of the eighth inning the score ''THOiG r THEY HAD A sNAP.
gan. Last year at the formation nf was 19 to so in favor of the laws, That is what Ann Arbor thought
the league Michigan had volunteer dand the dents were given their inn- about the ball game with the 'Varsity
to go west and play all her gans ings and brought the score up to 13- nine last Friday but they got left.
Indeed, foreign grounds in order to help Jefries played first hase for the he Michigan boys seem to
have a faculty of'getting left when-
along the league, but with the ex- laws, Taft for the dents. ever they come to Minneapolis. It
press understanding that she should Taft obtained the honors in bat- is very sad. Even the clouds shed
have return games this year. The ting, making several two-baggers. tears over it-intermittent, quiet,
proposal to make her give up one of Krogman was umpire. resigned, yet occasionally hysterical
tears. The usual slim crowd was in
her games at a hig financial loss sas attendance. During the first part
considered most unjust and a signal The U. of I. base ball team met of the game Minnesota had it all her
breach of faith. Strange to say, defeat at the hands of a D. A. C. own way, but after the fourth inn-
Minnesota supported Wisconsin in picked nine yesterday, some of the ing the Wolverines began to solve
her proposal and the question re- regulars being unable to play. The Staughton's curves with frightful
. precision. But in the eight Capt.
solved itself into a contest between score was 5 to 3, U. of I. making Leary showed his good judgement
Michigan and Northwestern on one two in the sixth and one in the by putting Adams in the box. The
side and Wisconsin and Minnesota nineth. Batteries, U. of I., Fred- home team batted Banks heavily and
on the other. After an exhaustive erickson and Huff, D. A. C., Kelsey Griffin took his place in the seventh.
.debate of an hour and a half, Mich- and Gallagher. One feature of the When the Gopher's scored twice off
the latter in the ninth inning the
igan carried thedlay and the follow- game was the small number of hits excitment was intense but the game
ing schedule was made out: only six being made by each team. was ours."


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