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VOL V. No. 16. UNIVERSITY OF MiCHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1895. PR~icE-THREE CENTS.

A. VERY CLOSE SCORE. a n d left this, worning for Itloit. Eol-
liwing is the some.
MICIIIGAN.
MICHIGAN DID NOT WIN WITH- A.B. R. IH. 0. A. N
Csts-.r f _-- 51 t3i50 00
OUJT AHARD STRUGGLE. I 2e i. ----4 0 3 0 322
\btisi - 4 0 2 '0 3 0
h_____--telli., ----- 4 0 0. 1 20
'Iietsidt'. f.------- 53 0 0 1 1 0
Dieans.Makes Two Errors-Condon lues bee-sos, 2t__-4 .0 0 4 13
Makes One-Sexton *%Does Good (;? 14f______04 2 1 501
Execution With tle~..Stick-Wat- Sioltei ----is. 41 11 00
kins Strikes Out Five Nan-The Totsr's..._______1?i 3ii 27 12 3
Hits Were Numerous -A Large WISCONStS.
Crowd Saw the Game. GreB..Iet..1end0.II A. F.
__ _ unalsls... ....4 1 2 .t 1 1
Itu i el --- ---- 4 1 0 2 3 0
'Varsity- played thte best gamue of wlt, likin bs ---- .12 1 20
t-mvio1. f-------- 2 0 1 ? 0 0
belIl ageist Wisconsin ycstert~iy af- -lodgono, I ------400 o
b 'r t-~Enia,3b- 4 _.4 0 0 1 0' 0
bernoon that lhns yet been put np on talk, lb..- 4 2 105oIu
Barrsel f------- 0 4 50 0
the vest.rn trip. The pielte wi-re ix- T-t-s.- -2 - -
peltttig a Ytisosoi Victory sind In-ntngs ----I1 i 456789
dalI Vield wascrolwdted with wearers-ichioigan -----i- 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 i- 2
tliieeesomil-----0 0010 2 0 00-
ovf the cardinal. The coachingt ti.Rarnted runs= ichlign i. Tao-hose hbus
-isn 3ss;lDeans,IWatinis. Sacrieitle
Pfelter has hail a wondetrfuiti effct or Watklo-, isitilel. sttin tao"-Wsats,
le'alls. I+"'lest base o iballs-ifstkins. 2;
t( tlae hattgrs intie the igin tu )niutunkol, 1. Fts l-e oerori-mictilgot, 2;
Wiseotisiti. 2. Struckoltot-Watlilo-, 5;
here the 115th tind u itt ill pu iiip itl- IbKunkel, 2.itas-seud balls-( re 1. I. Tico, 2
hoser.. tompire, Atilts. Attendance, S00.
most (reirl ss gamle. Tue fieldinlg (:f-

the two teames was the featture. of tl
gare. McKenzie oit tirst played ti
fine ~genie. (iodon nmadee toildi
threw to thiirdl letting in Iiaruisalld
Deans en tird is, creditedt withs a lair
of v-ery bad breaks. The hits which
-woo-c quite nttuierouts-ii-eoe well scat-
tered.
In the!Ofr-it innitig Sexton start it off
With a two-bliger, Deatns followedI
with e cleat ilht to rig ht debtd, Wat-
1-ros reachelicr ltst on an error and Six-
ton canto int. Thetnext three tien
were11 retired,.Shields being strnck out.
The next two inningswon clilracter-
hedn by. sharpi fieldittg on both siles,
neither site scorinig, Waterman mtadle
a pretty single!itt the; fonrth,. andu canile
flying in ott a. two-bagger by Sextonr,
who was pot. ant at thirdt.Itt the
next ining Kuninel eaolgltt two flies
and Darrel the third retiring the side
with two tnttott bases. Int the fifth
no on. scot-cd.
Kommel began the sixtht'with a
single to te exta-etie right field. Rutn,-
kel wes retired- at first, Wltec-ihatt
macho a .signgle toz left, wyhichi fell
among te carriages.. ,Before Sexton
conld find, the ,hell, Rookel toacied
htome, while Wheelltan was passing
oS- er thirdt. Cottdon caught- the. bal
andt threw wild to tird,, allowing' itte
basel runner to coeoAn.'The sco-e
was now. tied.a-nf the excitetnent dur-
ing the rest of te game was tat fet-er
heat. ;Two toore inninxgs were'played
a.nti nett!4er side lied scored, Wiscon.
sin catme to bet first hot were qoickly
retired. Thten Condon knocked a fly
to the pitcher,; McKenz ie made a sin-
gle, followed: by one of Sexton's usoal,
two-baggers, wileni McKenzie reachkA
home. Sexton Wasl lifted upon the
shoulders o~f the team, whos0gaye..the
triumphant yell of, Michigan. The
team, relflalned over, night In Ma dison.

Wisconsin's Field Day.
AtNWisconsinit ttivsersitys anittal
Mldtdaty Wedneitsdtay fosuit re-cois
iste iketn, thmile twastlk, mltle ty-
ol, 221) dasth atid shot pt's. 1he-fist-
lowing is tile sumnmtary:
100l-yar d-idasht-Won by Miuyterry,
timei10i2-5ts
btilewillk-WtIott by, Nolritn, thn-
7:42 i-5s.
12-yrs rl-WllI,11 Io by, i 1, Ots
2:13 2-.)s
Mile to icyleWeitsby ('itlitiad ti.
timte 2:342-5s
44tt-yttiil-, i lt V ottnby SMontg,)-ii
ely, ht-d 4 4 -
22tt-yaitut-. dash-Stoin'by =lMayterry,
t ito-22 25s
:'20-yar hurdtiitili rce-'ti ot.'(4w-et
Rlichasrds atout Siilarld. t~me -7 2-5 s
5211--run-Won' by Pep.-, tithe 4:519.
IRunitg high jumtpii-Tie betwett
Siigle stnd Day; 11e-1h111 5foot 5 inches.
Pttttittg tl tho -pqootttt sit--Wots by
Coelmts, dtistince. 40 fetcty inch,,S.
tonnting abroad jontp-WVon bytLet-s,
dislttnceit9 foot Sy{ ittces.
'Throwing 1G-potttd hatsttter--W~oi
bty Cocitens, distance 1t5 feet
inches.
plbvault-«Tdn by Jackson, fits-
tnce 10 feot -1' inch.
D. S. Luten Catled to Purdue.
Micitigats io-u.boon. fantous for tosing
lieuzx ittottuctors, for the Tbenefit, of othter
tlvet-sities which are :willing to pay
bettor salaries.Thtis: titme it is Mr.
D.: B. Luten, '04, instructor. in Civil
Rngineering, wito lis accepted the po-
sition of assistant prefoosor of Civil
Englneering at Purdoe'at a salary ef
$1,400. Mrc. Luten has ma~eOa greet
, occess of .his work finetog tepest
year, being not only an unusually bril-
heckt studetnt, hot showing teaching
ability of a high order. Michigan.is,
sopry to lIso.a, promising tpae her,. hot
one cannot be blanted' for' accepting a
battler place. wieta It olfera >ti-x

ANN ARBOR OBJECTS.
DETROIT WILL HAVE TO FIGHT
FOR THE HOMEOPS.
Hon, A. J. Sawyer Says the Rmov-
al Bitl Is Unconsttutional-Counci
Holds a Special Session-A Com-
mittee Will Interview o. Rich-
Will Rich Veto It?
Yesterday a steciai sission of tte
city- cotttcii was caled to tate teiet
witth regarld to tito tassingtofettei tl
to remov-e the schoo of totmeopty to
Ditroit. Sptiehes -i-ire tmae 'by Dr
S. A. Jottes, A. J. Sawyer. J. . Law-
of whtomtiale optosd to lbe rttova.
,Atr. Sakwyeir 5saythe action would be
mwtn Httt-ield it was decited to att-
pintili 0.ooiiilitti e to coifr witt ftr
goveernor as wotdtad bet-is received
fi-otmtLaitsiiig GisttGovrnorRich-t
woutli- eta cemmittee, fronm tere to-
daty at tile stae hoes. Tie cottmit-
ti-c attpointeit ctssts of tie folowitg
citize-ts: Dr. S. A. Jotes, E. D. Ktinte,
A. J. Sawyer, J. Fi. Lawvrelce, C. 1-.
Iiiseochf. b. Aiitntditgr antd Stty-
or AV. E. Watker.
Aloha Nu Society.
The Alphia Nut socioty h1a-rustngi-d
titn, 5 esp tilyattractive iinsictl 11-
grailtsfor ttu-xt Satn-daty evetiglbe--
gininlg at 8 o'clock. Tie orciestra
will be c-stmtlisei of tte folowig
gentli-tiet:Vioitt.s i-o,,sr.'Lohr-
sterfi 1 111d1Slence;mflte,Sr.St(ttil-
till-ineluiroiet. Sr. Wtghttiltt; cello,
.ft.lBroks; cornet. i. Shock; piatnto,
Ir. SteCtlellaa. 'fTle follwitg is te-
liberary art of te progratm: Siyl-,
readitntg, Sr. Duttclat; debate le-
solved, thtat tile Aneictttt1p0010pleave
delt jutoly end rightly withl thei-:t-
litatl," aff., Messrs. Danfotht atd
Nicol, neg., Messrs. Etutooy nd
Adatms; cretie's rport.
Omaha Bee Praises the Nine.
Thtrottght tie courtesy of C. L.
tite Daily has received a clipping frotl
the Onmaha Bee= on the game 't
te Uiversity elub thero last Tues-
day. The Bo criticizes the icigan
teatm severey. for objotitg so- tnh
to the otmpire and cltins tat hits
deeisions were all right. As to our
players, the Bee gives thett the'igh-
est praise. - It, says that Watis
'pitched a .geme tat wold have
reflected cretdit on any of te big gotts
of the National- League.:" 'Deans at
third Is a star, and so is Bloomig-
ston, and ,atligthr they constitute
a-;sttf aggregation."

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IN IT."
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ED. A. cAD>IBUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
In the city F.Wahlsgon st., st door
east atfSain st Ass Arbor.
MAMMOTH:A PIPE SALE
JOLLY & Co's
16 SoarS TATE ST. Don't fail to cost
Ht avl coId.nhy at All thours,
DUCK PANTS
$1.60, $2.00 AND $2.60
BEST QUALITY.
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