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: ' I4HE° U. OF.M. IlAILY.-.

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Pub lished Daily (Snday excepted) during
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Or cE: Times bslAhisgMain S., oposite
EDITORS"
J. A. Linto3;°', Iianging Edtor.
A. W. Swrrm, Special, Assistant.
W A.SPILL,'li,Aa5sltt.
R. . SDERLuAND 9'i, Asssat.
H. CoLauAN;'7;Atietic Editor.
G. B. HAnuSO, 'Si L, Business Manager.
L. i. ilAn, '511 L. Assistant.
Associate Editors.
H. A. Dancpr, '95.,.. E. L. Eans,'5 L.
L. A. Prtt H. C tarie V. mtl'6.
C. A. Hughtus, 'H ll. G. A. Heath, 'H P. I
"Minnie Thuomps, '7. H. . Gamms '98 .
Cii. Farrell, '9. . E. inappn,'9.
To say that the result of the game
with ,Chcago lst Saturtay was a it-
appieilt-is putting itlightly. Af-
ter all s ovei, it is 1asy to see thai it
was ;a. mistake to atempt to crowvd so
umuch trovellinig aindl tasblttl llayig
in one week.;The teani found this- Out
'Thursdaly antI Friday, .iii the aul's
witht Wisconsin and eloit, anti
showed especial ;loss of foriIn 'he
latter game. ,I.n -fact, had]--eloit's.
team. been very strong, it would srly
have wonl front us, so thoroughly
tagged -oere or -isen. Chcago lasisy
this victory placed erself a thue iead
of tie Western, unxivestes in base-
ball, but Oily es~porarily, as we a1e
coalcl dlthjmeseturn amne sstiithem
hee ,Juae1 lit denoutroate..Ay-
cl ilisshe smay -maketo tieWestrn
champioship aic as yet certainly re-
T.Chose who aIre acquainted, with 'Al
Charles ald's quiet but thoroughly
effetive ways Of--uVos ig !ivo been
coiifident that ie football department
would yet be had fro, and tiis cu-
idoeceis vindicted by he announee-
went made 'hi this issue tat a game
with Harvard? aa been arrauged for.
net faurll- 'Tile etevlas-=^witli
which Air. ald compleu)a~rage
mneuts'is bul anuothr indorsenscuft for
his adminstration of our football in-
terests. Irt only remvains'1oe the Clni
versity, atlarge-todd ,is shasT(lt{co-
operatiton wifhthe "anaemet, and
the echoes of -rls t falsicoriess alin
not cease. Thme long awated oppr-
tuity ;has,compe foit iclligtun ad. we
must not :fail to take advattgeofit.
In 1883 We tied.:larvard at fottall,
and ha November, 1-5 we must de-
cide that ti fSt AVlfITrr
On the College Diamond.
College gmues iiatrday r izted:
Amherst 17 Driioih .
Ofistgttpil eV~ -i, kae .
Harvard i 97, ct°t.
towa ti, t sa d. ' -
Indian'a I.. urduae;. -,
'rind iu a~Eiyrtte 4 .. .
Dox you wan t-,~)iihso, 'ad-.
vertise your board in the Daily.

MICHIGAN {OSE.;
(Continued from first page)
manext, Iticiigaliiien filde.vtry
base, but ifusell iewout and Etoon-
ingtots doubled Watkins at second.
The score:
AB. i. H. O. A F.
Sexton p.and r. ... 4 1 21 1 0
Deassb - -95 0 1 21 1D5
Slsieds,e.f,- -1 t52i 1 0'
Wtkis, padr.f.. 1 0 1 0 d I
hussella.s.--_._._4 50ta 1 4 1
Bloomingtu, 210-.. 5 0 5 1 4 1
Mcltenze, 11)..-.._. 4 0 0 11 0 0
W'ftermn,. f__-a_ 0 1 0 0 0
Hoinese .--._- 4 0 0 1 0 U
Totals ---------- 2 1 6,57 .11'
C3ICAG,
...AuB . Ii. H. 0.A-. F.
Nichoiss-a-------15 1 105400
Jone, e.:=--- 5-"1 1 74 0
Aielsib.------ 5 1 05 51 i0
Adknso,2bl..- 1 1 33 1241 1
tCiarke, p----- 5 210 0 10
Piler) - 5 5 2 :3:1 00
Wisto,3b_..--4 -5050 0 0 0
Herrig of - d----421 1 1D5 0
Gra t - a_______6 1 5 1 u 0
Totals-_______41 13 10iX271 3il 1
Inniugs - 1li3ld5 t7-8 N
Muiigas. - 1 G 0.A00"0 01-
Chicago.-----'-_.. 22l3'I- 0 0 0sO -13
-Earned rus-Chiceago, 5; Itchias I.:Twe-
lose hits-doses 8, o1aik, Pike, Sexto.
Three-base hits-sbkiso:.. Home runs-
Nohose. °S-en bases-Sexton, fussi. First-
"dase on als-larke, ; ',tatiua .i. lity
pi tdhei--XWatkinss:First -ass ox errors-
Michigus ; Chiago. truch out-Sexton,
; W~tkins, U Clarh; ItDoble plys-NlcOl-
ols,. Adinssu, Aels. Fuassed.buls--Jues.
Wild pithes-Cluse, Seto. Tme, :0.
Umpire, Stage. Atexsjace.4,000. -.
FINALS,(TT BERKLEY OVAL,
Yale Wins 1FJrst'-PS.cbn the Inter-
collegiate Mot.
Yale wi the Amerimiii itercoiheg-
late'-hatoplousips at Nest YorkSat-
urtlay The ointis wsere istrbutd
as folost1s: Yale0, Nnuusyuvuaia 2,
Ilars-urd 22, l oss- 10, Caifornht 7,
Atiet 42;-Coluiishia 1.Prince-tonl 1.
J. . ti-nm, of Iowa.lU., winer of
the dashies at Cidaeo last year, to~k
bothi tie 100 and 221)-,tshinefecrm
Yale has "Prestedi against Tiii;°'a1-
leging that lithadt done proessional
rtu~iiig in Iowa.
Thre,,eents anid ines were:
1600 bards-Cruii, ow, st; 11 iel--
ards, Yale, 2d; Ramsel, Penn., 3d.
10 s.
20 yards-Crunis, 1st; Richlards, 2d;
Hamsdell, 3d. 22s
440 yards-Vtuuceit, harvard, 1s;
Itotti, Califdnil, d; IMansield, iar-
yard, 3d. 15 )'-W . : 1 -'-' -
S80))"yards-Hollster ;HarvaurtFlid..,
Ifilpatrick, Union, 2d; Rihel, Pen..
1 Iile Or Pon; I'Pttn., 1t; Iilptcit,
- nien, 2d; Jarvis, Penn, 3. 4 i.
23 0-Os.-- - e .
1111' walk'-Thu-Oll, Ymie,-s-i; Houhgh- i
-Sr~, itmiert, I2d; Phillips, tarvard
id. "7;i. 'A3-5 ".-
120 hrdles:-=Chafie1 TDatnsetuth, st;
Dyer;- Cal., 2d; Torrey, Cal., 3d. iii
'220 luuuidle rlrener, Iavard, lft
Cady, Yale, 2d; Torrey, Cal., 3d. 24
2"-mile biyce-M'anrley, swrth
msore, +*fo ; odendt., 21; eari g,
High siump-leslie r'enn; "ht; Win
sor, Penn., '2d; Paine, Harvard, 3d.
5 f~E fir 1%i.
B~uad' junjs'.-=leldon;,'Tae,' IWO,
Stickutdtj, Has4are7; 2d; ioges, Prince-
tiVd"22 -ft. 8 ' in.-
'lRIM 0ut-Tlik i; 266, 1; KB PC,
*t'na' nnd; Brown, Yle,3d. 42 f,.-
IIamiii thee ---=Hi Lto1, Cat; .;
Y 1C;' 21; Edgre , Cal, 3d. 135 ft.
Widt, Haidfrd, 21; Thotmas, Yale, 3d.
11 ft. 2)j. in.

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