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VOL. V.. No. 172. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

SEXTON FOOLEDT~ HEM.
PLUCKY "BILLY" HOLMyES
CAUGHT WITH A SPLIT FINGER.
How It Happened -How Blooming-
ston Slugged the Ball-Shields
Great Throw from Center Field-
D. A. C. Park Has Seen Cornell
Downed Twine Within a Year.
Y(,stercday a. couple of b~g spieials
carried tih' crowd over the' Michigan
Central to Detcoit to sec thall'varsity
Iiit i..gain! an e'asy victory over the
nine from Ithaca. Arriviog 10 De-
tloit the stuldents loll ill line and
mrarched ut) ict ltrsOll ave. to IWood-
ward ave. giving yell after yell that
foretold thl, victory of the afteeniooni.
The game was called at 3 o'clock but
at 1:311 o'clock tihe crowd eominnicer
to, pouir into U. A. C. park. and %vwhen
Uimrpire Stage stid "IPlay h al'" thtl
grand staiids aiid bi cncers were 'a
maitss of yr hlow and blue with lier' and
there a bunch of carnelian intl wilts.
Michigan felit the nct'd of recovering
heir lost latimels and as a result tihe
Cornell train found themseves, out-
pitche(d, outhritced, outhielded anti out-
ltayedi. 'iie Inine, commien'iced to lain-
titr lie hail in tihe first Illing andi
kept oii doing it luntil Blooiningston's
assist i ii lt lthin t nded.Coiriil'm
hiopes al~i assuired Michigan of a shnt

to cente andth ie hail botundedr out of to first, btit Watertiaii could only liit
Shit ids' reach. Watkins, was tifter it anetisy groundetr to Sithi.
in ai flishi anid Smith d11 idnt get fur- Ii the last hlfl of tine fifthr D ans
titer thrin secoind. (lit l t'irti's htit hiandledt Bassforits hit cleverly, Hini-
to ceniter Sitht trirtd to score. ShlIis lieilhut a fly trio Wtttkinms'haidirs indi
maera erit;.utifiii tiroiw to the plate Johnson struck ouit.

and caughett tire ronneive f'ttawaly.
t1,1t'licnIi iitntto secondtion te lally,
bt t ir lit ltup ,iii iay oiietoiRuts-
Wrilkili' teth ie tid tnning
Wvith a doule to lefr. luss 11 ptlit
etisy fly into Bassford's hands, Bloomi-
irgoton struck out for the second tirie
anid Hlolmes lilt a, shars one at Affeldi,
whorr mitde'a gooi to11rund thirowv.
Bassorrd gave Itussi211 a difficiilt
chianrce in Ciornells half of the thied.
intd that ciovir fielder accepted it jist
th line aut s if it hard been easy. itaim-
liii put1oil,,,at Biooinirgston turd weitt
ot irt first. Johiisoni got llil a se' iln
brills aird Mciet'l's single adtvancedr
111ii1 to sicomid. At thits;julicture
Holmnes got aii ugly gash torn in the
ijtt in hger of lila rightlihatdtry a foui
tip. Tire crowut fully experteri to sal
im laine, lie tench, but afterhairi-tg
ai snigeoi tie it up, iltines with a
itluck that woiuld liav- highly hionorred.
a. crtclier in thrittatoinal iteagile, went
ieindiitire baii rndfiiiishieithtit'gamlie
thint his abllity did iuch tow-rt viii-
ntng. Affel i it to tRussell, who fii'i-
tihid but threw the lall to secondilput-

Mcezieaitopeniedth ie sixth with ri
trot tinet'orileft, mtakinigaseconrt. S
ton ptoppi-dtlilta foul brick itt thipltite
aind Cobibnmaite a fine ctitch. Tti,-ii
Deans crane to bit rind lilt ai tripli- to
right, McKenie scorinig. Stilii lilt
a liii r Into Di Iii's hiandisiand Detiis
was caught off third in a pritty dou-
ble play.
A tlit tilt a stinginig single over see-
oiid, but, was forced out at. second oii
Cobb's hit to Itusst-ll.MKenzie let
Btooiigstoui's throw get away froiii
hutinilandlost ia cliaire- to refit'- t
side' rnt score' ai toublieilay. Smithr
hit a vicious lhie right at 8Sexton. It
botinitedtotit of lila hautls towvauds,
tirsit had almsi reached that bag
biefore liei was dule to get lila hands oii
it agtain, but lils thriow btint theciii-.
lien, aind the score was 6I to 0) in faivor
of the ye-lnov and blue.
Watkins was the first at the, idateiii
tire seveiithi anid le liunid out to right
field a triple. Russell lilt oiie just out

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of Dieli's, retach. Watkimis scoring.
Then lomig to cmeto bitt rigiin. JIJST AiRIiV E'DJ
'lie cr'owd yelledt for anoi~therrhloiie

timingout McNeil.
Sextonwris the first ,rftchjtgan iiian
'Ini -ticign's foiirthi Wtaterninn s 'si
at .bat,,but Smiith eoaxuincd)jl sinto tOtP-
piing uliltaittler-fly to MeN i aiid lieup1k-sritrinttrioaglEi
irad, to go hack to the hieiici. lDeans it correctly. Mchetenzie lilt a stoiw 0110
wvent to first oni halts, Shileldts stt tile towvamet Afield aini Sexton event out
;crowdt crazy ith a. tritple betweehi itlet frtmn Snith to Mtc~eil.
and cemter, scorinzg Deains. wa tkins Cotub singledt to lift, but was forced
hangd one -at -harmon that lie was at secomid on Smith's tilt to ,Sextonm.
unable to fielt, cleanltyfunit Shields, Bhoomrmiugstonm mrle, a very tioor
scored.. Watkins wvent to first, Russell tlirow, and Smmith 'wvas safe. hirmon
sacrificed, advancing Watkins to .see- lilt to Bloonimugstom, wimo. 1mm his aumx-
ond, but Bloomiumgstou iad lost lisle ity to make .a donuile play unassisted.
battlig eye and-struck out." again made, a uiserably howv throwv to
Sexton received an ovation when le iertr amnd Harmmon waus saife. Smuith,.
stepped into the box to uanipuhate time however, had been retired at a cond
sphere for Michigan. Itauimlin lifted a urn the play. Diehml struck ont.
hot one toward second but :Bloomiing- tum the fifth Deans retired fronm Diel
ston got in the way and ht' iwent out to MIcNeil. Shields walked, Walkimis
on fi-st." Capt. Jolmnson s4inglm'nt over ret led on a tpop. Sildrs stole secomnd.
seondl. MclNeil flew; out' to W.1'aterL Russell flilt a niusty tbonidr at' Ateld
,man, Affeld struck tile aii thrzee tines thtat Affeld couuldn't get to first.
and time 'varsity. camne to Omit again. Shilelds, ,mnuw'lhie, was sprinting for
Holmes opened Michigan's second hlone". Mc eil snapped the ball to11wta-ofltoDe"anW eran (bbu ied-spe yhmad
gave the saume flelutsniaiuu'auu emsy : as- scored. sBlonaimgston came to bat
sst McKenzie singled to ce'nter. with blood in" his eye. tie caught onei
Hamlin's fuunble let Sextonlget. tQ.,stc- of :Snaitus- twistt'rs on lime nose and
und on a single to righut feld, while the ball lauded, 1mm the crowd. in let
McKenzie moved to, thirde D 'Dans got field: tibit setlecd" it. Blooinigsan
first on balls and tlmni Sleksr sent a sprinted around time bases, chasing
long hit to Johnson :leavin urph-lmbefi "itusselt in, aud of 'himun. In a secontd
on -bases. the stands, and the field we re a macs
Cotb pugt encsuAt .Wussell, ,wthich that of ,yellow acid blue tgl"Blooniy" got
fielder car"ed for cleverly. Smhth hit a "football ovatlou}," Holmesugalk-eut
.i i - - -

cumn, turd lire didn't do a. tinmg bumt itteu-
imnr anothrrints left fielth, scoring
iutms if anduIthussell. Din-ill fumbledsr
Hdohlmes' grondierrand iti' mmman vfulh
throw, limt McNel h eldt the balli. Writ-
ermairgent imrst ourbrills. Smithi thre'w
to Hrmron inIitillattempllt toenaich
lolimirs off accont, but thn short strot
let thin'baill get awamytrout hmlumiandu
Helms gainmed thrirdtandetWrite-mirru
landed onm seconid. McKenzile flewv ont
to Afield, buut Sexton. ilt a' single over
second, scoriung tHolmestaamd Writr-
iran, Deanmslilt a: fly anid Basstorit,
ivho wxas playing hu, caeptured it ant
thnrewv to first, but Sextonimadte no at-
temnttho get back and Smith got time
hunt oult.
Harmnon ilt one in fronlt of tire plain',
but Holmes reached-it anld threw helimi
out. Diehl ilmt mm single to li-ft. Brass -
ford poked onmenit Russell, wxhis threwv
to Bloomingaton at second. Tire hatter
niraut- a brilliant thirouv this time, coin-
tpleting a pretty double play.
tn ,tire eighthi Shields lint one into
heft field, buit Johnuson pulled the fly
down and. spoiled a " lone run for
ichIgrun's captin. Watkins, foued
out' to Affeld. tRussellhilt a twister at
Affeldl, hut was too speedy for bun
amd beat thme throly ,. fi rst--"RhBooni
lngston followed xvlths a su'sigte to cen-
her,, but Holmues fonte out to "flubb K
H10 hut tole secondonva. wild tfrow
r, ('On n fl o." n d u g)

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