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VOL V. No. 1517: UNIVERSITY OF MJ CHIGAN, -MONDAY, MAY 1, 1895:. pRScj-Tmrim CExiTS

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COLD DAY. FOR ILLINOIS. i'TECilS" HAVE A BANQUET

MEN FROM CHAMPAIGN TOOK
HOME BUT TWO RUNS.
5Vichgan Scored Eleven Times in
Three Irnns-Errors Frequent,
But the Game Wan Interesting-
Visitors Were Outclassed.
The cold and the vhd,_cue of the
wind was largely re.sloolsile for tie
large number of errors in Saturdays
game. Although many, the errors
were seldom costly, and the, game
was& very interesting. Michigan far
out-clased Illinois both in battin
amul stealing bases, to which act Is
largely de the decisive victory. Sex-
ton pitched a remarkable ganm-,, giv-
ing but thiree bases on balls, striking
out nine met, and having but one
hit uade ef him. Bloomnigston and
McKenzie: ld he batting, Bloomiing-
stna beiug four tines at bat ludl iiiak-
lug two singles a1n(1 a dobl, and
MKelizie Iin three times at bat mak-
in g a ingl aid a dotble.
The i-tns were scored as follows:
Iil Illinois' firt inning. Datin got
first oil an error, stole second ono
Dean's imuff of a throovn ball, and
scored on a ball passed second. Ill-
ino'S failed to score again until te.
sixth, when Httff hit safely, was ao-
vaitced to third on errors g&ivig
('oo1er seconde, and scored oil 0 lilow
to secodilto atell Coop~r.
Michigan faile o score 011111 the
fourth. In tils iiniig Rutssell ws
lit by pitcher, aodvaiie(S Sy Shields'
lit alldSsoreid tyBloolliSgsto's it.
Slielits antI Lloomiuigstou oer' sered
Soy McKenzie's two-bagger list cei-
ter. n thle sixth, .a two-lagge r by
Bloonoiingstion, t lilt Sy Mc~o nae,
bases on balls to Dans andl Wakis
a sacrifice by ┬░Itlnis ad a it by
Rsbasel scored four runs. n te ev-
cithi t it ty Bloomingston, a base
on balls to McKenzie, a sarfie Sby
Deans, an error to Watkins, a two-
bagger Sy tolules, and 1aSit by Sex-
too netted four ioie, wviche ended
thle run 'getting. In he last half of
St' ninth, "Illinois by twoobass on
bialls and aSO error hd three men oii
has-s aiid no one en, and it began
to look as if sile were about to roil
55p some scores, but Sexton struck
the next two out and the thirdt was
retired at first, ending the game. The
tabulated score folloovs:
lehigan. ASS R lBI SB PO A E
Das, ale-a t 5 1 0 2 t a 2
tkins,r.tf-... 4 s2a03 5050 0
hloios.,,>--- 4 1 i 0 i5a Oi
Seto, p -a____ i 0 51 5 1 01 1
Rissell,ss.-...4 10 1t 1a 2I2 I 0
Shield, c.f-....4 1 a 0 1 0 a
Waterman, . f__4 0 0i ii200 1
Bloomngston,2b. 4 3a-3 1-3 1.a a
MKnze, 5 a 1b..2 7 051a
Totals -a..... 7 ai 5 5 27 75
Illinois. An R as SoiPO A E
aowes,ao- a 5 -- 0 0 0 a 1 0
Dam,r,s ---5 1 0 1 0. 0 0
Freese ct;----4 0 0 t 4 1a
Dstr,e-......4 a 1 5 4 t a
oomer b ..-..4 i0 5 0 5 0 0
Hasellos.-a n .3 u 0 5 0 0 a
Flton 2b - a-3 0 0 053a3a a
Kingman, p-1_ 2 0 5 0 0 2 5
Hothkiss, p.--- 5 5 50 0 0 0 0
Boydon1.t..a..3 t0 0 a a 0 1
Totals --aaa 320 5
Innings. -a_1 34a5o67s8s
MDlciglss ,:-0 0 0 a 05.4 4 0 0-1
Illinis - assssis...1 oo00 10 -a
Sacrifice ht-tleas 2, Holes, Silelds 2.
Base hilts-M,-Kennzie, Bloomingston, Home.
Stribealus-By suexos , by Kinman Sa Base
on balls-By Setoni3a by Kingman ,by o
Hotehisln2. "Time-I bonI. ,Umpre-Stage.

FIFTH ANNUAL FEAST OF THE
ENGINEERING SOCIETY.
Responses to Toasts Were From
Professors, Alumni nd-- Stutdents
-Ninety Memers ~" Gathered for
an Enjoyable Evening.
TheS-Lgillceing socety's fiftl an-
nuali ba ltut't (fa-held at (i-fager'
Satuarday iigit, iliety -ilsel b ig
piesl'lt, Allladmiriably lltl'Ongl'dlor-
grai ndminauexceent 0StlS ile t1'
tiomullt a comnplete sucess.
J H. Dye, '95; 15,tie presdet of tie
society, delieredl the address of osel-
coho. lResponlses wre llllio by tie
floin-ig flculty liltililers: "'Sloe
Newv Engine- r," Prof:=. XVH. Pete;
"IKfidges,' tProf. C. SL. (re'o'le;
"Shoals," Prof SI, IE. Cooly ; "er-
slofotivo," 1Ptof. C. S. IJeiisloll;", ii-
gincorlog inits," 1'rf.IH . . ('arit;
"Axo-Ciiidin,"tProf. J.' B,tavs;'
"bCagiilleiitg Ininity," tProf. A ioet.
Thle freshiien'i he Soesoii-ty oore
ri'preso'ito-d by (.,lM. Co,'18, awho,
rn sloledilS th ~e100105. "'Thi'Dawn-i
of Life"1H. B M1errick, 97, soke'
for till' 5pho0111re5 011 "tealzatton,"
alid he jutlr tfost, "Coiocrti'ment"
00a responiddto by"(1G..TLiiiot,
'1131 .Tht, si'iior rispo0is' to "'lht'
Cares of Life,' by G., A. Daion,'1,
aOsS especially gooudo,tieing olli' of tiii-
bst of he evinllg. S. W. Wyckoff.
'9:5, spook'SupoI "'lii 'lTchinic,"boSSt-
IliningtheSla11111of thie''5 o-igillei'tg
annuaill. Rst'pseis'bSy alumi were 0''tl
to he toast, "1'rooihats of tie Saon,"
05s follows: "First Fruit," D. B a-
tel, '14; 1"Mcllooeo," C. G. We uS M-
Ilorei, 'l; "Plu~ckedS" R. L. Allol, '12.
'T'hr oen Sage' of till' prgramI wovas
inatly lllnsti'oti'o Sy ai"trowone" de-
sign by G. A Daon, 'it. 'fhe frit
tover was de sigieid by I. W. Wyckoff,
'95.
'Phat the banquet oas a success wa~s
mainly odue to Toastmaster L. F. Stemn
'95, whlo arranged he program o h
evening, aioi to 551e following coi-
nittee: C. T. Johlnson, 9, chairilan;
H. W. Wyckoff, '95, M. G. Barnes,
'15, G., '. Lamont, '96, H. B. Kelly.
'916, L. F. Mlorehous, '97, I. N. Bald-
win, '97, L Goldsmith '98, G. K. New--
bury, '9..
TO THE TRAINING TABLE.
Fifteen Track Men Will Eat With
the Baseball Team.
linigr o loirland a altn fifteen_
track henl So.fiet triig tble owith
tilebtaseball teamn. Those selected
aire: W. . FHodgilan, It. NV. Baugh-
11011, J. l. Thonas, sprints; J. A.
Le~toy, A,Iii, Wolcot, DIt, Stuart,
hurdeis:;1. N. Muilleron, broad caump;
P. H,. Verner, high jump; P. Smins,
It. D Horton and L. Itubbari, dis-
tance runis; L Hutchiinson, pole vault;
F. 2. Hall and J. S. Finlay, shot
aind hammuer; J. B White, ovalk. This
list will be added to as fast as th
other candiates makzeSle showing
tecssary. This is not a seletin of
he Scam that oill go to Chicago r
will meet California at all, bt
chlanges or addiios are likely to lbo
imade at any tume.

HAVE SECURED ONE-FIFTH.
DETROIT ADDS $700 TO FUND
FOR WOMEN'S GYM.
SEnthusiastic Meeting in That City
Saturday-Appeals by, Hon. Don
M. Dickinsoni, Mrs. Angell and
Others-512,000 Yet to be Raised.
There oas a good attendene at
tlie alumnae imeeting at Detroit Sat-
unlay, President Angell was to have
presrided, but ws uniable to-do so,
fid his plalce oas admirably taen by
Don D1, Dickinson,' t1, L.The address
of Mr. Dickinson oo-os easy and grace-
fill, antd ovwa-mly in favsor of tb'.co-
fort to obtain funds for the woilas's
gynuiasiti. The too papers by MrIs.
'T'hompson and Surs Sumeriand wer
ery 00-ll recelo-d, anld umucl etus-
iaast sooaroused Miss Winifred
Laioe, of Doetrot, sal a f-s o vrdo
about tile proposed plans~l of tie yii -
lnosinm., It is desirable that bosiils
St' r-gillali'gymnasimi-romithere'
also le social rooms Sand S smaoll s-
semiblly 11011. The chairmian also calle
upon bimrs. Angell ooho spoke of tie
aidvantages he gymn~asim in votll f-
ford in furnishinlg a hiole-ike Slace
for the girls.
Thie'lmuSsicaSlSSumbers so-ilth were
introducecdt betooeen tie other parts
of Ibor program nd wh s-iichi ocesiieiS
0011hour o' molre aftr Clii'paprs,
we'lre' viry finle, butS00-re to-,i liir-
ious. 'Thc- nc r2tg illnot begnl-till
4' ocleciaiS it coitinued uati 11:0,
s0 hill manily left Sefooe it wasl5 out.
As it vas, owing o Mr Dickisonos
Vigorotus appeadl, it170)0iwas soho riblc
iin 1111 slot. This, togoether OwitI 1111
V.20)whsichis in the11'tresry of he
ti0'omiSO's gyImniositiI coi lliii,
itaks approloximaitely $,o00t1olnd:0,
so in $ot512,0001st il rmlains to le
raised. Acommiittee'e olsisiig of
Is. CG0 tRobinsoi, ex-pridhent of
the Detroit Briiich, aiel iss -Wini-
red Lane, 00as appointed to co-operate
owithi a conmittee from hic University
inl caaisssilg Dttrot for further sb-
sem-ptions It is thought that SIS-re
owill he no serious diIliculty- in raising
the aimou~nt. deshed.
CLOSE CONTESTS PROMISED.
Will Be Many Entries for Field Day
Events.
The track inmagers of the varicis
classes are req~uiredS to 1posf the it of
thteir -citres for tie 'varsity hield ely
net Satrday All eties mulst be
madeo withi Tr'ck SManagr Bauslanel1
liefore ext Thiormday-mnigt
The list of entries for tie fieldsay
w oill hprobbly bho considerably I- rger'
than ever before, oih te.erta ity
of tile closest contests ever held li,
T1he list of Ivents will inlude the115d
yards dash, 220 yards da, 440 yards
run, 880 yards run, mie run,.- mile
ovalk, 1240 yards hurdes; 220 yards
hurdles, running broad jonmp, running
high jump, pole vault, shot pt and
lini-ner throw, No bicycle rces oill
Soc i-tn proably, on account of tho
running track being -ithout gool
turna. The bicycle men will probably
too giveni a trial on thes true t'lt Ypsi-I
lanti intead, to decideoho will go
on the track team,

SEE OUR WINDOW!
THgEB MAY BE
SME-THING
IN ST.
51 South Xain St.
FASIONABLTt ALORING0
Elegat Graduating or light Suit
made from Imported or Finest
Iaom tc+ Woole~z
pr $42.Q and up, Full ress bot
$27.010,owork made at omne be-ws
inspection by any High Class
Tilor .and Cutter. Will be
pleased to have yin call amd be
couXinced.
JO S. W. KOLLAUFI
10 E. Washington st, up stairs.
HO0T fLNCH8ES
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
JUST anElEvEn AS
+TUTTE'S,
+48 S. STATE ST.
JUST AR~RIVED
A SHPENT OF
Gn IN Tao :shoes
JACOBS & ALLMAND
wsmhngons Bock, Ann Arbr.
P. S.-$ee our Show Window.
ED: . . ADLEUx
PRORIETOn Or THE
L81atstiE-pxoved Barber So?
Is the city K.wsnblngon st. Ist door
east of Main st Ann Arosr,
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
S6rO $Ooorrn" STATSSr ont fail to smae
MHot aloi 1l Inmlis at All Mur.
DUCK PANTSc
$,40 $2.00 ANDl $2.50
BEST QUALITY.
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
SOLEK'AGENTS XFelt
WRIOHT & DITSON'S CELEBRATED RAKET
WYA H RCS,
tp Town. Down Twn,
Pslversity~eokstore,oppsnite ort Besr
208S. Stale St.. 4 N. Main St.
ANN ARBOR

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