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VoL V. No. 174. UNIVERSITY OF MICH[GAN, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1895. PRICE-TH3REE CENT'S.
JS4fHIGAN EARNS SECOND
PLACE AT CHICAGO.
Every Western College Record
Broken-Hall, Le Roy and Hodg-
man Win First Places-Michigan
Will Leave the Association.
The second 'annuial eisisisonshlip
~ganies of the s.'sterm I oeseOlle-1iete
A A. A. wxero eci Saturday iat t .-
Souith Side 11--I ParkI in Chicagot,.
First honos,went i) Call fornia ,and
-se'cond Ito 31M.ieli-as. Tic'soints Nwry'
divided among ili' dliff--cunt college s
scering s. 5o11iws: C.-liferni t. :7;
M4ichigan, 17; ,lo~vaCollege, .1Itllii-
ids 1:3; Wisc.)-1iea, 12; 'seio 11;
Iowa University, -10; Northwe sternl, 7;
S.Alban's, i; tfV-e Forest, 1.
Though the afeese ws elondy
and frequent shoxve-s of rain fell,
ke eping the (-rossl downv1 to iess than
2,;-00, theroc)-is made. wNer- (,n2is
par with those sade in tie Asiei-
cain Intercolligate gamnes in seXetx riei-
May 2..tHall's shot tpnt of 4-4 ft.
:314 In. broke Hickok's in-meliegiate
record of 42 ft. 11 1-2 !in. badly. Hlodg
man ran the (quarter in 503-5 seconds,
one-fifth of a. second hetter than wAas
donie at New York, anid he had a fol
second smore in iinilsiiflie load heess
called iiion. Leltoys hroad sig of
22 ft. 7 1.2 in. is only fonr inches be-
hind Sh eldon's performance at New
The other Michigan men who scored
werte Horston, third in the halftiile
run, and Hall, third in- the iiaisii- r
throw. tiorton was close to the lead.
ers in 1 in. 591 4-5 sec., a. pieinienial
record for a new man. In five events
Miichligan cause fourth, thus failing to
score. Sinits ran fourth in the mile,
"perhaps the gantest race of any of
the starters," 'as a Chicago psapertout
it; W~olcott was fourth in the low
hurdles; Flnlay, in She shot put; Ver-
nor, in the high jump; and Baugh-
man, in the hundred. Baughman uid
splendidly in the iiundred for a be-
ginner, running close to Crums and
witlh a fair proportions of th)e other
competitors in the inc cit, on the ground
thatt lie had not entered tisi Univi isity
tenO lays a ft r the heginnisig of She
winter terii. Certiticates were tire.
serA-~ d disprovinigthits iii the morning.
The-c in tiii afternoon, after 11a111 1ad
conmpeteid, Wisconsin pretested himiiifor
haevinsg coached a football teens. whir-h
made titms ia prof sotonal, they
claiimied. Hr. Baisriand pointeid out
that the consttution plainly reiluire,.
lirotests to be iiiadt: as soon as tlii?
list of entries is sent out, which shaut
be at least seven days before the
games. This is in orider to give tir
one iroti-sted a cloture to clear titm-
self. Then the executive cosimitte, is
to diecidieson the miatter the night he-
fore the* gamnes, not after. tiall liard
bieen protesteid for not enteriiig soon
esioughsasid heel heeii cleared of the
charge. Theimaft-: r of his tieiniga
tirof.,silonel lied iever beeni brought
oip hefiire the gamies.,lie was not calld
before thy committee or offered the
slightest opportunity to itefeud liiiii
sitf;lint this coisimittee with sblime
conitemiplt for the conistitutioni that is
supptosed toi be over thain ruled im in
out as a tirofessional. This gave Wts
consin first iii tli- shot lilt anil tied
her witls Iowa College for second
tEven hail the tirstest agatist Hll
inot is cii out of order, She coimmtlee's
aiction ist imiie still miore ridicislosis by
the feet that Secretary Sullivan of the
A. A. U. tins rtled that coaching a
football teams does not miake a man a
After the nieeting of the executive
commiittee the conventioni of the assso-
elation was held. California was
given the prersistency, which will miakee
it very conveintt, inihiking aiimsil
vote; Chicago wtas again given ;the see-
retarysipi; and the other four officers
were voted to tiN four cell gre win-
ning thy'scoot points after California.
An office wiis tendered to Stiligan,
but our resresenitatives refusd it,
statling that, unles:Iteicetioiii of list
MICHIGAN SCORES 13 RUNS
AGAINST OBERLIN'S 1.
The Team Puts Up a Pine Game-
Watkins Strikes Out Seven Men
and Allows But Three Hits--A
Large Crowd Sees Michigan
The game v -t::(slierin oiii Setirliy
was a very easy victory for Michigan.
Watkeins Iitchedi hisplenidiigaiie,,tand
was pretty wvell sititorted by Ceiston.
Mieliiganmshdiinusually lheavy batting
anit touchedi Vortioces for fifteeii hits,
fivy of which were two-baggerst and
-;three thiree-baggers, Blooingston,
Sexton anid McKenzie scoring the
hioiors. Intie ifield Michigans one-
tlayedi Oberliii at every tioint with
tite possible excelstioii of seconid base,
end but for a coimbination of errors
in the fourth Obierliii woulid have
failoei to score. Ini the out hield Shields
accepted six chianIces without ain error.
two being very difficult. Michigan
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to Deasand doules by Shields, tuns-
sell and iBlooingston, which netted
four runs. In the siecond. on- error
lgiv ing 'Meiesiiefirst, si sisigle, hy
Sextosn anid a doubts by Watkins add-
ed twvo rus. Iinttie thsirid Bloom-s
sigotosateid off with a tritile, Conidon
reaedic f irstotn55an error asisi Mc-
Keics e asset Bloossissgstoss singledi,
givisng three rmss. Alihgan slid not
seome agains unitil the seventhl, whien
iits by -Wateesisnais snd Mcenoie
i-arised neousmore. Ini the: ilithsa.
triule hi-Bloosiisgstoss, asisigle tiy
M ct~i-szir, a base oi baslls to Sexton
assetrsidle hi-Deasonetted Shrer'
ruso, siakiste a total of thsirteen.
1 Obemitis onsly seoecwssmsade in they
fosirths. wlicis C. Fsauver lilt safiely,
was advanceit to secosid01ntRussell's
serror, reached litd on a passed ball.,
-and seemed onIBloomsingston's error.
In hiSte seineissing Pierce reaciest
tfirst on fielder's choice, secosid on
a ipassed busl. asid thsirsd on Blooming-
ston's error and was retiredt at hsoine
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After the gameis were over the exe-
cutive committee- metto pass on the
protests they had postpomned. It was
decided to leave LeRoy's pints as
they stand and refer tirmutier to the
A. A. U. for final adjudication. Mich-
Igan chaimsed, that Mr. LeRoy had ah-
ready been rehnstated ad such ac-
thou was'out of order. The executive
committee disregarded thanetentirehy,
tioweer, and- went. on In supreine
dhsregamrd of alh precedenmt. The worst
-was yet to come, however. Wiscon-
sIn had pfotested h-all, Ini commion'
executive committee was set right, Kenuzie to Condoms to McKenzie. Time
Mlichmigasus cyss through wviths the Asso- netait. score is as followvs:
clation. It is probable, therefore, thiat MICHIGAN.
A..R. 1. i.O. A F.
iltichilgansvil not scud ha track Scans Sexton. r. f----4 35350505
Deansn3b.----4 1 1 2 5 5
So Chicago hereafter, but to New York Shields, c.ft-- it--- 1 1 r0 0
,Wasn p._-- a-- 5 a 1 a 4 S
instead, wvhich will be much better for Essgel s - ,..__-- 5 1 1 0 0 1
Siomingsten, 215--5 1 4 1 0 2
us. In case tse recent rulings are Condon, c. .a------5 1 5 7 d S
Waterman,1. f--a a1a1 3 e1 S
reversed or a new assochation is McKenzie, lb----- 5 3 3 7 10
formed on a proper basis, MNichigan Totals.......44 1315 2 7 10 3
will continue to stick to the West Ini OBERLIN.
A..R.H. B.. A. El
track athletics. Sherrhll, c-1- 5- 30 1 31 1
Clancys.1s____-- 5 0 54'1 7 0
100 yards, trial heats: It'irst-lMay. C" Fairver,1.if.----4 1 h1 2 05
Tercelb-_______4 0 5 13 0 5
bury, Wisconsin, first; Scoggins, Call- Jamson, c. # . 1--- 5 50 1 1 0
V aughn, r.f------53 5 5 A 5 1
formha, second; '10 i1=5 sec. Second Q. Fasrver, 3b-----4 5 0 5 h 5
best-Stuart, St. Albans, won; Pattesr- Voseroes. p_- C 1 5 3 31
son, Ch cago, seeond; 10 2-it sees. ' - - -- 1-7
Tetis - 55.,____.._ a 1 3 17 17 4
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