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I'- Vow V. No. 1 t 1.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1895.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

fl VL V No 171 UNVERITY F MCHIANWEDNSDA, MY 29 185. RICETHRE CNTS

"VARSITY IS IN SHAPE.
THE TEAM WILL PUT UP A
STRONG GAME.
The Cornell Team and Their Rec-
ord- Priest Will Occupy the Box-
Seats Are to be Free at the Game
-The Yellow and Blue Umbrella
Will Cut a Great Figure at Detroit.
Michriganand Coriiell xwilHagil
scoat in atDecoratioii Day les ll
game at Detroit toiiorrow clot every-
fiing points to the mot sicc s'ofut
game in thelisito y of our seLa wits
Cornell, most successful as to tae-
crowd, the ianarientca cilatoe all
the playing. And, miost imisportnt of
all, Michtigniiexplees to le n the
large side of the score wien iilie geese
is over.
Since us' return of tie Imseall
teamn from its western tripi. the tr(-
tico has been ibard aid steady alit the
showing splendiud. Estecial atteiio
lisa been paid to batting practice, ad~
It would not tbe surprising if bhe fa-
mees left-handeid Priest would be
touchied11up ty 0o11batters mniecethan
tt thaca.
Tbe tickets to Detroit tomorriow are
sold at1$.213, incluiing admission to
the gamec.- The trainsgini, leave Ann
Arbor at 10 and at 12 o'clock staniardl
in the morning, as was before n-
Pounced. The first train back. ow-
evxer, will leave Detroit at 7 or 7:31,
time to e announced on trains going
In tomorrow nmorninig. Te seind
train hrack will leave Detroit af 12
o'clock standard. tFree seats will be
provided for all who attend the aii.
The south grand stlddPay le
charged for, the matter not yet teing
decided uon. Carriages will be
.hargedl $1 adnassion.
According to tie agreements -with
Cornell no one is to be allowed to go
out on the field except autorzed rep-
r'setat~ves of the two universities.
This agreement will iso strictly en-
forced, and no others will be allowed
inside the ropes under any critlul-
Stances.
The corml nine which mets the
'varail atIDetroit lare been cputting
up a strong' game Iis seaseu. 1p
to its first regular trip, tie tean play-
ed ten gamts,- of which eight were
v ictores and two defeats. 01e game
was bst to the Toronto eastern Lea-
.gnetenin and the other to -Princeton.
T'hCuhlvetsly of Virginia fresh from
a spctry ov~r Geqgetwn's strog
tean, dropped two-"successive gams
to Cornell, and t'onuylvania. wa
jeaoy "sited at the first game b
a score of five to o'e, though th
9.,lpAkers carried off the hronors at tile
second game last week, hitting Priet
har,
~lliidep;, johplso, who catans th

tanm, comces fcrli Cinciumai. 0. uTei
is his thirid yar 010 tieie. 'ie
lirst two yaris tic payeThirdli, bot
this yearfinis himti ilthe left fielu.
Cobbc anie.iatliti o tie worte --
hindie the bat and ill right fe. Cobb,
so-leo was (orsi Ifs star itches last
yer.tiself veriouees timeis teleeed
left alidiright fileas oel sfirt.
talasain, esebceviest bttieen thi
t,tichs lice-isill cllege fouryers.
Asa Priest,oeeis boillittle inueo-
iuction. The 'varsity its off in t t
the sperincgilame at Ithaca wre scet-
teied; Rtussel suece edd in touching
him upc for eatwo- bagger. Smittl,
lice secondetcther is idoing gooor.
Doaring litoceiig, that leepitchtedie
aisttPiitsrg lestseelsein thee-
gues wo-re' unabli, to score a rn~.
His form this year is seil to hae
imparov-eeddeciledly over lest yeas.
McNeil at ist is an old tllyer and1
aI good belieer. Dihl, woncoveedi
seconid in at fewo games last yeac, os
the- bag down-siin cc. ditable style'this
year. HtermnndelelAffeldet ltshot
anddthird illedet tlo~epoesitiols ilt
All In all the Corel teamli is a
oer '~-streongfieildigteeim. Their sitk
work is also very goed,anai backede
ty a strong betery they maieke' one iof
the four or le le-eding college' 111111.
Iriest hieledYale clon to four its
In nine inilings last year adetadlet
twoo of thie elits thiet owere scored
lgast Carter.
Communication.
To the REitor of till, Daily:
'1110crowdes gig illcelltie molrin~g
train Thursdaly, wiii form in rocs-
si010 at the depot eim ii etute llpoi
having the tain. It is desirltle tet
Sall thlose prooid--dlwihellellcow and~e
blue umbrellas shioulet forml in line
as soon as possible, owing to the fact
that the line wvi lecessrily too broken
upon reaching Woodward ave. It has1
h eels decided ot to disinguish tie
classes by numbers stenciled upon the
umbrellas. Tie'procession will
Ilorely be formed of_ four men
deep, anel ill thibline proceiit tp -e-
ferson ave. to Woodward and. there
disband. . C. WEEKS,
Baseball Manager.
Teams Come Back at 730O-P, M.
At the mceting of the board of d-
-rectors of tie Athletic association last
sInight It was decided to request the
baseball and track managers to bring
stheir' respective teamns.back from the
-Cornell game at Doteoit tmorrow on
e the first train, xhch leaves Detroit at
e7 or 7:0 o'clock.
Be sure to tke a yellow and blue
e uambrella to. the Cornell game. :-'

TElE CHICAGO MEET.
THE TRACK TEAM SELECTED
FOR THE CONTEST
Leave at 7:35 A. M. Friday-Michi-
gan Stands a Strong Chance of
Winning-California Makes Our
Chances More Uncertain-The
Boys Will Live in the Special Car
"Ann Arbor."
The folloowinsg sixteene sssn51 ito'
tierii chloeni Isconlstitute tiletreack
tea asa hotichs will reipresent Michigen
sst Cliicasgo next Satordayc:It. W.
Beaughmsseai, 98, asad C. B. Porter, '10S
It, 10 cnd 220 eahses; AW. B. Hodg-
mass, '9 L, 220 and 4-10 nins; B. D.
tieston, U5, 880 run; P. Siits, '197lI,
reilie ruma;P. It. Stuaert, '9ii, ande A. W.
Wolcott, 't96, blirdles; H. It. Itorris,
'97 7.\,amid H. It. Itorris, '98S2I, bicy-
clie; J. B. White, '95> M, waesk; L. C.
Mtartin, 'Hi L, and J. A. teloy, '9it,
tbroad juimsp; P. it. Vernsor, '97, higis
liasmmaer; J1. S. teinlac, '98, shot; L..
Hlutchsison, '97. pete vault. There arc-
several other sisen on tile doubtfusl
list, wole acy 'yet be adedei stois"
tea i.
Inaddetciions to those namsedt above
'crack Ittnager It. C. Boucrlanse,T'ins-
er KIs he~n, itzatrsicke cliiiPresidesnt .
It. Psenatiss of the Athletic associaione
oxill accompancsy otse teesam, msaksling a
pty'of inetceen,. onlessotliers seall
ye-f beadsetothue.list.
The toaty xwiii leave at 7:3t5 Frieday
mocring andciltxxi go by the 'T. & A. A.
to 'tilan andcithenice 0ia tile' Weibash
roulte to ('tieago. Tbey xill travxel
in else spcecieal car, "Alan Arbor,' andc
xviii live in this at use Polk: St. depIot
durinsg their stay in Chicago. They
xviii start bace at 10 o'clock tile night
after the' maeetaid beheIosme Sundeay
maorning: so as to lase, no tinme getting
ready for thse Califorllicsleoet naext
Wedesday.

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any ;relteblo estimbate, of the results oif 2i SOUTH STATE ST. Dent fail in come.
time ganes. tf the Califorisa t oams Mat and Cold assebrsat All Hous.
-Weo blot to be there, Itichigas 0would o
seem to liave a safe hold upon time DUCK P ANT
chamitonshilp. As it is, Caitforna
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Mt1chigan is strongest lnd smay thins BEST QU'ALIT''.
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