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VOL. * V.' No. 143.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1895.

PRICE-TnREE CENTS.

VOL. V. No. 143. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

DETROIT, 18;_MICHIGAN, 17.
THE GAME MARKED BY RANK
WORK ON BOTH SIDES.
Shields Payed a Great Game for a
Lame Man-Watkins, Russel and
Deans Prove Themselves Heavy
Hitters-Campau Missed Every-
thing that Came His Way-Sexton
Is a Puzzler.
SYesterdtay's game was ont'etfho
yellowest exhibitions of ball playing
ever sen on the lotte grond. Tie
learn work of the profesioas wosiot
lip to that of the 'Varity, While bo0th
teams seemed to vie with each oter
in increasiiig the e rror colnn. Mih-
gait faileil to sore ini the irst two
inniiigs, while Detroit scored 1 ii the
first antl3 iii the secod. In the third
Michigan look: 1 while Detroit took 2.
In tihe fourtit aase eoi als, thee
stogies and two dobie setted Mici-
gain 0 runs, wiile Detroi scred a
goose egg, makimg te core 7 to 6t i
Mi1ichigan' s favor. At the end of the
Sixth the score stood s) to J, and in
the first halt of tie' seveittliia hit by
Buntler, a sacrifice by McKenzie, a.
bease on bitlls by Watkins, tonoie
singles iby iRussell and Sexto and a
donbeity Shields yielded 'Michigan 4,
while Detroit pulled out 3. Ia the
eightha Michigan faled to score while
Detroit iatin took 3, nikig her leat
by 2. In lie hal, of the nitt a
triple byDe,a. Iottile ty Wakis,
a base on alls to Russell, at sacriice
by Sextonanaid ans error giviglields
first neteth Mi1chigan 4 ens, tmaking
ae total of 17 rns to Detroit's 1. ts
the last half Detroit 'nad three,
thus winning the gamac.
All four tpithers- Were hit atier
treely, Sexton getig the lightest
pttiishmtient. hanIte sixth Johnson. for
Detroit gave place to Wlitelill, and
it the eighth Gallup reliefed Sexton.
Detroit's fielding was hardly uil to
the lague standarit and Oicign'
nthontgii at times brilliint was very
erratic. Mihigan sored 15 hits witt
a total of 22 bases, while Deliroi's
batting yielded her bitt 10 ass. 'T.he
leaguers evideply expete an eay
vicory and stated fat, to jnshz the "in-
fants," andi especially 'Sexton, telling
hint what he would get when nie in
the league, hot il, pitching prved
tooth' more of a. puzzle to rthem tian
that of their crack piticers did to the
'varsity. Deans, Wadis, Runssell ad
;Sexton carried off th bttiti ,ghnors
fee Michigan amd Iaytnd tt~id N w
manfo fr Detrit. Thre diittscott.
was as 4lows:
ItsofhM AS R IlaSB E~A AES
'Deass3b . Ia__ B I2 2 2,
WVtln rf....1. s 9 n I I 3
Russell ss... 5 4 10 13I0 2
S ils t ..8 2 -2 } U; ,ยข2 1 0
Seq ptg ,.f.505-0 U, , a2

Codon~c . I --- 6 0 1 0 4 3 1
Oteri2b . I S -- 2 2 0 a a 5
Mclenzesie.----4 1 0 0 5 1 2
Totats------- i47 17 14 2 24 tO ti
Detroit. AB fR 11SB 1tO A E
Nesmans e. f----6 a2 4 0 4 o a
Freean, .l f----5 0 0 4 0 t
tDungan~, r. f----5 4 2 0 1 0 2
'apas, ss.---5 3 i2I0t2 It i
P'ears,lb---.1 0 0 0 8 0 2
Rayod3b.--6t 4 0 0 0 50
Gillen, 20- __ 3 0 0 1 4 1
Johnittette . 1-- 0 0 t 0 0 0
Lottiet, e----5 3 2 0 7 0 e
Whliitebill, p----2 1 i 1 0
Totals .. ---- is5 18 1 a at27 a5 7
1t23 4 35It t 0 -
Detroit..-------1 5 0 2 1 3 i -I8
U.oet1--------- 0 u 1 6 0 2 4 0 4-t7
Summary: Rusietated-U.otlM.t1;te-
trit, 1. Twobase hitt',Watkins, tRussel (2),
testes, Sheds0RymndFirst ase ott
blts-textons +;fGalipit2; Jonsott 3; vhite-
ilt, a Three-base lilti-anets. First base
os esor-U o S . etoit, 7. it by
sitcher-Frermaso Ptsoed bals-Condo 6.
Doobeplays-tottdotottcnKettie to Codo.
Street ot-fy Jobnson, 4 Witeill, 1; Se-
ton, 2; tGalup , acrificehits-Menesie 2;
Blitosainttot Uaptree-Grogan. Attend-
tnter, -1,00
CALIFORNIA'S TRACK TEAM.
They Are Coming East Soon to
Meet Us.
to view' of tilt'fact that te tU-
viersity of California bas finaly te.
tited, by a vote of lie student oy,
tt seid a 'team of .ten to ceinpete it
track events witht the eastern colleges,
itnotg thetisotutt'ossn Uiversity,
lb detscriision of teir tamttttay at
this ime be itteresing. Gittes hae
ilon been fially arranged aittrine.'.
tote and tPeninsylvania. Below is
ivent thet personenel of tetemttith~l
lihe records of te meet:
Kertoctptain), in iighs ettfllt.5 feet
11) itches; retritiig broad itiump. 21
fet iputting the eltot, 10 feet 2 inches;
httlf mile, 2it. 1 440t.;a yards til-
isaced),-:3 1-5.
Pttte'soi,iii hight jumpti, 5 feet 11y4
incites; brotd jstnti, 21 fee; higi
hutrdle's 16 45 secod.
Edgreci, in ptttiig the shot, S8 fet
ti incre s; throssving the hlititer, .131
fret; pole vault 9 feet 9 inche's
-Wtoolsey, in broad jumtp, 22 feet 1
- inch.
Coggios , in 120-yard dash, 10 sic
etitit.
Dyer. in 120-yard hurdle, 10 2-5
secoitds.
Dozier, 2-nile bicycle in 5 iniontes
20 seconds; broad jumttp, 23 fet't6
inichets.
Hilborn, 440 yards in 52 ccotid.
Hupp, 110 yards in 10l s4 ecots,.
Hotffitatn, 120-yardl hunrtlts lb14-
asecotds; 7-yard hurdles in 74- ec-
onids
Biowsit mile rnt in 4 minutes 43
Freshman Banquet,
Preparations are well under way
for te freshman bantuet which comee
off Fridoy. evebtug, May 3, at('ron-
er's. This is te great event of tei
freslitan year and thwe exeutive con.-
mnittee i1$ making evey effort to nsk
t a sucess. The bnquet proper
cemb:14ed, with the literary program
t p~rng~elcs piomptly t 8 O'clok antI
1:i)sfor abset two hors, ater which
fa1lihws the ii0'nc progruio tst t
nubr.The thket~oae now for sal.
ly 1tie k~t, cntiave ec o patteetof which
Llonry T. $chttd in tIhe chaman

GRADUATE CLUB MEETING.
NEW OEFICERS ELECTED POR
THE COMING YEAR.
Prof. Thomas Reads a Very Inter-
eating Paper-M. P. Porter Reports
Upon the Conference of Graduate
Students Held at New York City-
-The Beginning of Poetry.
This Gratduate. club hteltd its meetimig
last eveiiitig altte rresident-t of Poaf.
I. C. t nussell. Prof. Titotnas r('ad a
papter upon "The Begintnimtgs of
Ptoetry.
"'The elate of origins of latngtutge canm
net be dietermsinedt by scen ttti'cc-
saurcht. We rioitot knsow vel rouigh-
ly' when oatto begtan to talik. We dou
not knosw whteter he" has existeid
loniger as ut speaking tor as a apecielss
tantittal. Howver, lt' earliest written
literaures kntowis to no" are ptrobtatbly
butt as of yesterdlay cuomtparedi with the
begitinigs of .laitguage and of poetry.
"All poetry has three elemiemits, form,
fiction or iso .story, anth imessage or the
self-revelation of thte distinctive soul.
Alntost all terms of modern- itertutre
may be traedt back to thetehirt-c typ-
ical forms nt poetry of the mttrinim-
itiso eeples: Thtechoral aon;g, tte
story and the proverb. The chtorail
sttng amtomig primitiveieoe! htaidthree
eleiments,, actise tulovittnts ttf the
betty or tdammcimig, shtoutintg or shngintg,
antd itoise miade by eude istrtttlends,
all syntbolic of joy, reprosenstinmigplms-
tires exiteriemiced or aaticiltatoh.
Rlythin is intteodutced itl the shottming
or singing by the necessity of accoin-
Itodlatintg it to the iiovemstcnts of the
btody. ':lhus poetry arises. Prim-~
itive stories deaht with heroes andh the
miarvelous. Eachinisan in re-telling a
story resbellishtendit foe himself unttii
the stories caime to exptress thse ethticatl
anst religious ideas of ite roiple, andt
so served thte purpose of psoetry."
Mte. Porter gave an interesting repori
of thle first conference of gradomi- tu t-
tdents hseld in New' Yorkn city, Aptril 16.
Te electiomn of officers toe the next
yeiar riesulteid as folhos: C. hr. hiit-
eick, president; Mties Willianes, vico
president; D. B. Lotemi,.scerc tary'-treuns
user; Miss Thomopsom autl I. D. Davis,
imembers of the executive comiittee.
Mrs. Suniderland's Lecture.
Mrs. Eliza R. Sunderland will give
the closing lecture, net Sundlay even-
ing at the Unitarian church in lie
course on "Thie Religions Thtought at
the Great Writers of the Nineteenth

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