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April 23, 1895 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1895-04-23

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Seven Games Played-Five Won,
All EasytVlotories-Wrangles With
O. $10. and U. of 111.-116 Runs
to Opponents' 29.
The game schled i at Detroit, Sat-
urday, April 13, with tie Western
League teams. of that city was re-
vented by rain, and an alnost certain
victory was lost, if the showing of
the two teams in practice before the
rain was any indication.
Monday, April 1, a party of twenty
including Manager Wei(ks and thirteen
players, left on the early train over
the Toledo road in the special care
"Ann Arbor." This iuoriiind they re-
turned with a record of sevrli games
played, two of them being forfeited oi
:iccount of the unpiring and the others
won by the largest scores ever made'
on the spring trip.
In fth, first game,. of the trip, April
15, the 'varsity easily defeated Dent-
son University 11-3, at Granville, 0.
Ninetec lit .swgre made off the im-
jortedhitcher, ire of which were two-
ba es, lhil'e only two were made off
Sexton anti four off Watkins. Sex-
ton's work wa of the first order, and
Watkins, though a litlec wild at first,
soon steadied down. Butler played a
good fielding game. and baited well.
Holibes was spiked in the forehead
by a'man sliding for home in the
eighth, but finished out the game.
Score by innings:
, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
itichigan. 0 1 0 2 41115 0-13
Denison:.. 0 00 0 1 2 0- 3
Michigan, hits 18, errors 3; Denison,
hits 6, errors 9.-
Kenyon College, Gambier, 0., proved
to be easier than Denison the day
following, and the team made so many
hits that they grew tired of running
bases. Bloomingston did especially
good work at the bat, securing two
home runs and two three-baggers in
five times at bat, Sexton and Rtussell
also made home runs. Butler did good
work in the field and at the bat, ant
Deans was lively on the bases, making
six runs. Miller was quite a puzzle
to Kenyon, and was well supported by
Condon, who made three hits in for
times at bat. Michigan made ten
sacrifice hits.
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Michigan. 9 0 5,2 2 0 . 7 3-36
Kenyon .. .. ... 000 2 119000-4
hiiehigan, hits 23, errors 2'; Kenyon
hits 7, errofs 10.
Wednesday, April 17, the team maet
wit a urp ise atColumnbus. in ,ae
game with the Ohio State U lv"rity
They combined with their god play
ing qualities an evident determination
to win by fair means or foul. Th
game was greatly prolonged by con
stant wrangling over the nmpire'$ dp
clsions which, .ombined wih'the poor
est fielding of the 'varsity f& $ar, made
things close. In th sixth inning h
gave OhIo tivo runs on a blocked blI
which Michigan. claimed was not
blocked. In the eighth PIitebwr Gaiui
delivered three strike, all of whirl
the umpire called ,hall, but wic

I ,.....----

Another Party Visits the University

Ten members of the legislature who
did not come with the party which
made an inspection of the Universty
last month were in the city during the
vacation. They were here on a private
investigating tour and came withoutt
an advanceo announicement.
The nmembers of the party were
Messrs. E. A. Wildey, J. W. Fitzger-
aId, M. S. Curtis, E. S. Wagar, J. N.
Clarke, G. W. Peer, D. B. Waldo, C.
W. Richardson and Eugene Hicks.
They visited the various buildings on
the campus and the hospitals, and the
ieeds of the University were explained
to the visitors by President Angell
ande Secretary Wade.
The visitors were reticent about, giv-
ng their views, but ltepresentative
Curtis expressed it as his opinion that
an appropriation of $80.000 for the ad-
dition to the law building. the electric
lighit plant a.nd the reimbursenicet
of the deficiency in the general
fummd sas all that was necessary.
Ther 3ess to be little if any oppo-
sition among the members of the legis-
lature to an appropriation for these
needs of the University.
Men Will Have a Training Table
Soon. .
A week ago yesterday outdoor train-
ing oin the 'varsity track and field
began. Until Friday of last week
the weather was cold, and bss than a
dozen men were out each day, not half
those who were in town during vaca-
tion coing out. Since then the num-
er has bea increasing, but there
should be several tumes as many out
this afternoon. From now on candi-
dates for the track teami will be ex-
pected to appear every day for work
without fail. Mir. Fitzpatrick will be
on the field every afternoon from 3
to 0 o'clock, but other hours can be
arranged for those who are unable te
ineet these dates. A training table
will be started soon, and those mer
only who do faithful work will be
taken to it. The track has been giver
a new coat of cinders, and will soor
be in better shape than ever before
Take-offs for the jumps and vault:
lhave also been fixed in new places
Candidates for the team who are 'with
out spiked shoes should consult the
trainer before procuring any.
t Musical Clubs Having a successfu
. Theue terl. trip of the Glee am
- Baijo clulbs ts 4i vilng viy sucCess
a ul and the programs so far have bee
e refidered to large audiences. Tlii
- Was especially so at Denver and ru
- blo
ELast night's copnert was given a
Penver ,and totligit the clbs siq b
at Lincoln, Neb. The remainder -
L the trip will be a follows: Dre
t lyfoines, Ia., Wednesday night; Grim
p all, Ia., Thursday; Davenport, Io
h Friday; Powagla;8 Satrday. A d
h tailed -aeoaut of the trip will be give
later' in the Daily.

Regents So Decide at Their April
Meeting-$25,OOO in Scholarships
Presented-Other Business Before
the Board.
Con-siderable business of importance
was transacted at the April mieetiig of
the Board of Regents, held during the
vacation. A resolution was passed,
which is the first step towards estab-
lishing a school of technology of the
four courses in engineering now
offered in th e literary deepartiment, thus
adding.W seveinth department to tlie
University. The time of making the
change has not been fixed as yet, but
it will probably go into effect next
There are now about 312 Ondergrad-
nates taking the engineering courses,
is foltows: Civil engineertng, utilety-
eight; i-Aechanical engineering, eighty-
one; electrical engineering, 131; miii-
ing engineering, two. The Regents
did not make public any plan of organ-
ization or selection of a dean.

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sinesii pint paysestfore high gradesAcmi
bicetw ihe rsesdthem as approvat. INso
work done until the bicycle arrives and proves
Young Ladies se*tegr"s.
If boyor8eirtssppltytheyiamstbewellrecom-
medd. rltesor particulars.
130T T2 NHES

President Angell reported to theFRESH LIOF
Board a gift of $25,000 from Mrs. LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
Clara Harrison Stranahan, of Brook- JUs REcEIVED AT
lyn, N. Y. This amount is to be used +
for scholarships to be given to lineal ..
descendants of Mrs. Stranahan's + 48 .S' ATE ST.
fattier, Seth Harrison. If no lineal
descendant has appeared at the end JUST ARRIVED.
of any period of seven years, it is
provided that the amounts accrued
may be given to any needy student A SHIPMENT OF
at the discretion of a faculty cons-
By a resolution paset1 by the Board[
the homeopathic departiselit wit here-
after be governed by its own rules, sPa z
A homeopathic committee was ap-
pointed, consisting of Regents Cook,
Fletcher, Dean and Hebard. JACOBS & ALLMIAND
President Angell announced that the aidgo Bhk, As Arbor.
King of Slain had presented the Uni- . r SbOw Window.
versity with a. set of thirty-eight volt-P
times of Tripitaka or the Burrhist ED A. ADIEUX.
scriptures. The books were forwarded PROPRIEToR OF THE
by the consul-general at New York and Latest Improved Barber Shop
are no w in the library. This gift was In the cii . NE. Washltos at last door
made in commemoration of the twen- east of MailaSt..,n Arbor.
ty-fifth anniversary of thine King'S
reign. Similar sets were presunted to
several other, universities.
The proposed adoption of military
instruction in the' University did not jQL lwy &
meet the approbatiun o fthe Beard, t26SOUTH sTE ST on tat oame.
and the matter was dropped. Plans Sot and Cold aunhe atAlours.
are asked by the Board' fdr a 350,000
annex to the gymnasum. Thie re - '
quests of Prof. Calvin Thomas and
LMr. Effinger for l ve of absence 'to Iliustriative C he On
spendnex.t'year in stuidyiibroad, were
left over until the Ma metoing. Prof. Bills and N otes
Thomas desires' to ' to Germany In
order to obtain data for his edition of AND
the second book of Goethe's Faust,
and in all proh'bility his request will NORTON OR BILLS AND NOTES
. be granted. The legislative resolution
Introduced by RepresentativeVWildey, NOW ON SALE AT
m calling for an e planation of the em-
s ploying of Charles It. Whitmuan a' -S
- torney for the Board while Itegent
was answered. ,Assistant Professor Up TTown, , Down own,
- Cole, who has accepted a professoe -Uiversity-Bookstore, Opposite0ourt Housp
. ship at Columbia, tenderd his resig. 118. state St., 4N. Main St.
nation. ANI ANRBOR

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