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VOL. V. NO. 145)

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1895.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

VO.I o 4 NVEST FMCIA.MODY PI 9 I85.PIETRECNS

DETROIT A. C. DEFEATED.
IT WAS A SLOW GAME AND AN
EASY VICTORY FOR MICHIGAN.
Watkins Pitched a Splendid ame
But Was Poorly Supported-The
. A. C. Were Badly in Need of
Practice-Errors Numerous.
Sarday's ganei betwoees Michigan
1;a1n1 tei D. A. C. teasnr proved to hoe11n
unteresting contet, salthogh several
time the ilaying woasospirited and
inrkedi iy brillint fielding and
Iteav y batttinsg. The vsitors showd
thleir lark of pracic, especially in
fielding, their iaility to at arsing
from the efetieness of Wtkin,
who pitched splendidly when well sup-
ported.
Fron ttho start the D. A. C. tan was
was clearly ot of tie gmle and. ht
for poor spport given Watkins they
would have received. a sht-t. Bar-
rt, a newv addition 1o0 tle D. A. .
tocal,,as in tile hx andlhils wildness
together wihs heavy hitting during
hil first three innins, was productive
of eleven ens for Michigan. The
visitors failed to score during the first
three inninigs, only ninte nca going
to hbat and five of thiscnumer eng
struck out. In the fotrtl Watkins
gave two ases ol als which, to-
gether with a hit y tRathun and
elati1ng errors, gave the D. A. C. three
roca Tey score sevesi runs during
tile next two innings y the rank
fielding of Mihigan andI huncintg of
httt.
Michigan showed sperir strength
-at hat, mtaking 21 hits witl a total of
27 asea. Deans, Russell, MKezie
-ast.IBloomington getting threeand
-four apiece.
Bloomingston was tried at second,
'Buter occpyig Iis positio in left.
Iloomingston's five chances were ac
cepted in good style, ut nothing can
he judged of his aility to play thd.
base, owing to the character of the
work he had to perform. Butler and
Deans were decidedly off in their
-work, although two of the latter's
errors were somewhat excusable. Hol-
sees' catching, and tRussll', catch of
a hot liner in "the second, together
with Watkins' work in 11he box, wre
the principal features of tho game.
Following is the score:
U. OF M.
ASB. R. H. . A. E
eset3b.......4 3 4 051 1
}Watkns, p.5..... 1 1 1 1-c
Russell, s. s. -- 5 it 1 211
Iolme. ...e. 5 21 13II2I0
Setne. f,--.-------4 4 21 105
Steemlsg-stes, 10-.15 4 1 1 1 0
Condos. r. f.......-5 1521 1050
Btler,. f......58 2 1 0 0 1
Mc~Keze,tb..... 5 1 3 5 0 1
Ttals.______45 It1520 7 8 7
D. A. .
ASB. R. H. 0. A.E.
lMller, ab .------4 1 0 3 1 1
(Jrwtyys........I 4 2 1410
401 5 4 0
Rthbss,.f.----4 .1 4-.1 05-0
3Cselay, I.-_:.- 4 1 05 1 1 "

Dsecharmeab-----s 11 1 0
H.tarod .f--- 1 0 0
Guieyl2h I I2 2
Barret,p. -----1 0 0 5 0 1
C. uhared ..-..3 1 0 1 3100
Ttals---------! t 11 5 * It 10 0
Issintgs----- 1_A 2 3 4 5 It 7 5 5
IT. ofM-----.-_.0 4 1 4 0 0 2 1 --1
h.AG..... .----5000 13.3 4 5 0 1-11
Earsed tres-M thiss's, D. pA.Two-
baefists-Dtiean-ss2., fll omitt.'ssMcKetzie.
trawley, GallagerfThree-ae tits-nose.:-
isg;to. Sarliee its-tt eter, Codn.
Stoles tases-]leass-, Watkne, Russell, Se-
to, Ctndsont JDuctarmeIt Gthard First
tote as bals-B~y Barrertt7, tyGtard 1, Iy
Wattles n. Srnelsost-By arret 2, fy,
Gthtard 1, by Watis 12. Pesle plays-
Cowley to Giey to Duharme; trowle to
Dluharmte t tGallaghe. Passed balls-
liotacs. 3, Oalagher 4. OWt14 piteh-Barrett.
Tisme-2:30, tpre-Gotswn. Attedattce-
7Tiv. *Homes stesn ifitteld fly.
Arguments of the Other Side.
Owing to the tmegerness of te
tiotatchesa fromti Evattson, te Daily
was utnabtle to tde justice to tiel ine
of argotlent presentesd y Nortitwest-
et to the sdeate of last eFriday nigt.
E. P. Bettnett, te first speaker for
Norifiwests rt. said in lpart:
"We desire snttt evidece ttat te
ctnstruictison of the Nicaraguan tcantal
is practicatble. We afirm tt it cai-
ntoth b t bilt and umaintainet s a
profitale cottttsercitl undeltakng.
Capital is always redty to untertake
any feasile inoject for theteh nfit
of commtterce, ht caital las persist.
etly refusedi to utderake te cotn-
struletiont of this ctnal. fi'e mint~l-
taint that whatever is temst prtcti-
cttble means of interocealic commutnlli-
cation stould. e uilt fy a private
comtpany. Privtte eterprise qtictenss
inve-tion, stittutlates toght, strengt--
ens judgtment, and estttlises coitt-
Bensce. Thte tedtency of civilization
ha~s teen a-tay frott state ittrfoerstee
antdt toward te- enlargettleit of pr-
sonal rivilee. _Te closing years of
ttte nineteentht century is to tinse ii
whicht to turn ack the weels of pro-
gree.'
Northwestern's other speaker, H3. F.
Ward, in his first speeh tooth ie
position tht the Claytot-Buler
treaty etween the inited States aid
Great Britain forbids the control of
the Nicaragua anl, admtitting tat
Csuch control would, e advattage-ono.
In Iis second speecllheitdwtelt ot thet
disadvantages to our for. ina polier
tht cotrol of the cnl wold entai
aend athtrmsed that it wold invlve ust
in the frequent trouhles of te Central
Amterican states.
The iumser of points secred fy
echtuniversity in ths deat was
Wrong as staled in Saturdays Daily.
It was 1,628 for Nortwestern to 1,
5p.t for Mihsiga, instead. of 1628
0to 1538 y, as our dispatch gave it.
p Our rpresetatives, Messrs. Sadler,
Oxtohy and Kinmball, wii return from
tChicago today.
The University of Illinois has se-
6cured T. Cnneran5 formerly of Chi
a cage A. A., to train their track team
9 until Mr Cornish can istart in.

ANOTHER TRIP ENDED
WITH THE RETURN OP THE GLEE1
AND BANJO CLUB SATURDAY.
Story of the Trip After Leaving
Colorado Springs-Our Represent-
atives Were Guests of Honor in
Every Place.
Thte 5:15 traits otnte Michignt(tes-
tral Saturday evensing brogt homte
thse GleesandtlBantjot elubs in teir is-
vato car. A fe-t of thtems renained its
(Chicasge,hbt scottof teicit amet <- l
rectly homse frost Davesport, wheire
they gave their last concert sni'ridtyI
evs-nintg. TPile trill was the titost fill-
cesful oste ever taken fy the dls,;
andts their recettion throusghot th te
wtst ceul ntethatve tbeesnmore cordiatl.
Thse sicsndlcnssert at tDenver i
Mosnday sight treegivn h for a
mucthelasrer attiiesse tan. the Tuers
daty tigtliprevious. Before the co-
tet ass aftersteon dance was ;giesstis
icluetbs at Progress hlsl. Te iteco
ratissns were elaboirate, and tprepaa-
tiosts had biessnssmtde for seversalweeks
te isake thils the leading social evet-
of thsc season.
At Liscolsn, Nebraska, the clbs wre
drivens abot the city by G eoge J.
Caldwell, '04 L, and Harsry Reet, a
forrerttmettbertof te Glas sub.
After the cosscert they were bancletes
at thec Cossmsercial dis.
At Ds 'Moines, towa, teclss -tere
mset onthleir arrival by a commsittee of
alussnsitasnd friends. After te cs-
crt they were etrtainedl an te
Cycling criu, aesd dstsscd till ahlate
hsouor. Thse Iowa State Reistr (f the
following msorning said: "Te pro-
gramnsne -tre comsposel of just wat a
college glee ch would e exected to
preseit. toising college sogs witt
liely banjo stusic filedl thectlovehosurs
of the prograsno stimost ejsyaly.
Thse chorus eas an excellent one, ststu
thsero was not a nsster that was sot
encored." 'Te day preparatory to the
departure to Grisnel was spnt i
drives arounsd the city uder the d-
rection of the mayor.
'The concert at Grinniell eas weli at-
te-nded. Owinlg to the late arrivtal ansd
eary deasrture, 150 recptioi -tes
given in this ptace.
The cubs were welcoied at Daven-
port upon their arrival by a rcptios
comsnittee consistisng of Cha. Moore,
Ira Tabor, C. IL MCandless and Prof.
L. C. McLouth. In te afternooss a
reception was given by Mr. Dr. W. D.
Middleon. The reception was attnd-
ed not osly by the prominent society
people of Davenport, ut also of Mo-
line and. Rock Island. Some of the
party in the forenoon visited the
Utnited States arsenal at Rock Isanfl.
'The cubs left Davenport at 12 p. M.
CONTINUED ON'- SECOND PAGE. '

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