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VOL. V. NO. 183. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 1S, 1895. SIX PAGES-3 CENTS

qEE OUR WINDOW ' MAROONS WERE DEFEATED
' ERSTWHILE "CHAMPIONS OF

"THERE MAY BE
SOMOET'HING
IN IT."
il1 South Miain st.
FASHIONABLETAILORING
-Elegant Gradoating or light Suit
made from Imported or Finest
Mlo~estio + Woolens
for $22.00 and up, Full Press Suit
$27.00, work made at home bears
inspectiom by any High Class
Tailor and Cotter. Will be
pleased to bays yen call and be
convinced.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
10OE. Washington st., up stairs.
-1 ='OT TZHK lBJS
FREanLMEcOr
tLOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
JiST REoCEED eAT
¬ĘTUTTLE' S,
48 S. STATE ST.
THE NEW -SHIPMENT OF
Russet Shoes
JACOBS & ALLMZAND
Washington Blc, Ann Arlbor.
ED. A. CADIBUX.
PROPRIET~5OR eoTH
I.Latest Improved Barber Shop
In the ciy. E. Washington st., lot dosr
east of MisS. Ann Arbor.
ICE CREAM, SODA WATER, FLOPS
and NOTOX, and all aummer bever-
ages.SCloslee oat PIPES BELOW
COST.
:JOLLY & CO 1-6S SATE
IN-
I~o~s Bak~ts

THE WEST" PULLED FROM
THEIR PEDESTAL.
CHICAGO MEN MET DEFEAT IN
SATURDAY'S CAME.
Sexton's Fine Work in the Eon Won
the Camne- Good Playing All
Around - Stagg's Little
Song end Dance.

011 bo1ls, but woo caugh:t ill 01 at-
1t111111t10steal.
Fourth minma--'oato rnanlest oilf
w11ill hs 5s0011( hi; Mt'oiiii 010s1
liti safe ly. Sexton and11 Dean~s Nlot
(lit 00) die; Shields forced Me.Kiuzie
af ,lecond. Chicago storit(1 oiffwithl
01111.011(1 01110'first class '011110wasl
(1010' 17'by lllfcig allO infie'ld. AOli-
solo 1101t lilner -W11 ci Icily 11111ll
11y lloonliilgston; Scalo:1 tllr w
Atoills' 0u10a01first; W11151(li's dive.
0111ich loped :gOs icr a1doulell1'. wo
cap~tuirse(1b11Deansl aoler a bhard (11001
the r11111e1 b 4ng 111row1n1out1at1first

t
I
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1
f

iai 111:1111r whichl elicit(d greatlip-
Fifteen hundllredll p11 111110 '0' l 111111from111111'splctaltors.
10 tile Athletic hield tt drly
If 1110seo nlll.and lthey wereno1101 ,110 trilel; I usosell foluld0111't; lo011tl1"
llllllllll Ii 13111 if l1~ 1111 h '110difficultfIly 0w110 minfedl117'Ad-
0111001';s"''llliolliip li)of t111A0 ot, I'' o111101 'Waltkins scorig; 1C1)111011got
11ad1 001111011d. itbase 011,111111; Wat'erman.l're10111
ilO~llng s110111till' day before,.it Ja1k- 1101's 1111 10 pitcheor resulted 111 '
01u11 where liley s'opped to 111.cti11e, 110at dole Jo'..e010 11111Abells '1111 '1
Pclll'11111 1 11011 1 lotlll pati11n1g. (Chicago sta~rted the lining by
11111 ihy!xct~ ro hrpe lrk's reach'linlgfirst, on lloss'll '. 01'
00111 expelril'e'ce01i11Sxtno ero all 1 1110 0; tHIerin~g;001n1 0u11 t0 Meliil'
it a10 easy tiling. buit "Sex."lot Booth- u11 sstkA1, Clark t tgllieonl~d; Mc-
ingreert~yandtl(,creitof -inito lill' 110handled1 Granit's grounderl'1
forc Mielliglill the'west-rnIl rlilllliou- also(1witt elp;111 ro131n00i111for 1111ee
s1111. Ibogs. scorilig Clark; tile former'011111
'1111'lost owork in1 1111'ield was on11)11' 111110 i lnli11 .la lter 1111('0111111's
by Wl'kills, Deains an111 0 '01llti, 00111 highlttow to third; Jones '-nded. the
fielded t1111r positionso 1011111 soly. At rnt tin~g by feanning0o11.
tlio bhat Sextonl,Polltl'rilloiliDm110s01111 Sithlinning-S atoll went to fhrst
Mlletze carriedi oil: till' llors". C'hi- oil four 1bad(1ballslilt 000s folredl
('-aglo ow, s 111r defeat to Sexton'sooork 111t by Deanis at second; Dean~s 011)11'
ill till'box. Thecir 11eaty 1bat1cen' 011''0 ls t'llld, but Sltlls 111111WIIIIilO senl
unle tlto do11anlythlinig withi li e'iy- high dies to Itirring 01111Adkilisolm
'1r' 001111 hits were neied1, a1d1111 o lr Chicago, Adkisson i dooo'to W'at-
('01ticlp1oinits ill igaill' 10'he 100l'1 l ins; Abells struck 0111 after' 1havig
o xellemmt judgmlent 111111a0cool headl. thre' bells call-il; Win~stonl0010 1111
C'ond~o's lthrowOinlg oaiidibackstop work stinted 001111a baise on b1a111,,11ut
00a10a10;greatffeatuire0a111dl'eserve eo 10C'lark's halrdl drive 001151101111.kAiin fine'
greaitest ro dit for tile admlirable sup-1 shape by Wa ltklins 0-11011111d1'a circuls
inert given Sexton, retch.
lurst hilllimig--50'atol l 000 llr~oooil S S 1111liinig-litiseI ihit salfely;
11111 at irst by Winstonm;DPails lif a lr'00",tigstonl Iit a1 1ly'to tl-frriilg;
silow' 011 to Nichols emnd bealt it out lRlis I stole secondl lut 0a110f1
'17 a hard rnh; Silds owaos thrown'mmthere, Coiidonifdying 0o1t and Watoer-
out at first, Deans reomching secon~d; 111111 striking out.. Chica'lgotiell tie
Russell cull 'cit1110inniin~g 117'forcing sco~re 1im their hlf. tterrilg ileow'to
Waitkins omit at seconld, tile latter hev- Shilds; (cent hit safely' to sheort
i. secu~redla. ae'o01balls. For Clii- righot 1f(el1;Browonlilit 1totlo~oimg-
ca-go, Nicholls lilt safely'oo'er second; stop, wioalttemplitedI to catch Grant
Jites forced hlimm out at secmod by' at sconmo, but the ruimer wa10slitai'.
a grounder to Doeats. Jones flrlcd Con.-IBroownowas lout out coon: afteroo'ord
don's skill as a thirtoower, but wa's at seconld, hintg beeii caumght off the
cauight ini his attempllt too steal1. Aol- baso'; Nichols ihit 11110 cr11el'shrt amnd
kiinson it a savago' one at Sextonmso'cond, Russell anmo Blooomngstoll
but wa'5 smghit napping a liCtol ('111ac1eaperetillg thithe011r to get it,
'later. (Grant scoring; Nichlsnoas put omit
Second inning-Bloomingslon dlew trying to steal.
too centoe';('01111111lit safely OS lid Eighininmg-- Mirbigoll we'nt ill to
also Wateriman, tiontb rtaking 001n and pra~ctically' settled t111' rOll-
Ilird; McKenzileooas throovn out at test. M1cieie end Sexton ittor'
dirst; Sexton and Deans follooved 0w111thovo and llree basos respectively.
two and three base hits, scoling three Deans fewv to Abells, but tho latter
runs; Shields sent a long fliy to 'ruant. fell in duoding the ball, Sexton scoring.
Fcor Chicago, Abdls ovas assisted out Th'lis ended the runi getting, Shields
at first by Bloomingston. Watkins flyinlg out, and Watkins being ecaugit
caught Winnton's fly and Shields= took trying to stool second, aftor ihavin~g
care. of Clark's drive, been given a bass on balls. Chicago
Third inning-Watkins took dirst on started off with a rushm, Jonmes gettimig
ieing bit and stole second; Russell a thece bagger; Sexton, showeod great
and Bloomingston could not dund pitching poooers at this juncture, and
Brown's curven; Condon dew out to the next three men were" retired in
Clark. For Chicago, Herring made ai rapid nuccession, Abells fouling 'to
it _and stole second a minute later. Condon, end Clark and Winston stik.
Grant fanned; Brown scored Herring lug out.
on, a hit; Blooningston took care of Nlinth inning-Russell sent a fly to
Nichols' grounder; Jones .got a bane (Coninud on Fifth I'ago.)

SIX NEW SCHOLOARSHIPS
LEFT TO THE U. OF M. BY THE
WILL OF HENRY PHILLIPS, JR.
Eachi Worth $20-TonBe Given to
A. B. Men - Four Properties in
Philadelphia Set Ande for This
Purpose.
Oyihssloy's t'hialgo 'linlels-Herail oo-
looned the follhowine isa-tch:
Ihiladol ltlhl1, Jimme l1,t' ' the lt
will of ft 117' 1 Phip, Jr.,101011117~
of Oihs'Amserisanos lsoplitlsocieto'y,
six rclhlarllihsiiteliii' er110s'ity0' ot
-liehigaoi st Ainn A sr'bor re-estabis-
rod. eacshi wortilzths org;n~r
lr~ot illhhiilpl' 11111 svt10 a0b1011,1101
111 11101 tco 11lshis hevill o'osaoso:
"t hs'osih511ll thast ties' llpollloOils
bss not sol, 11ho o o oh rise
dilsosdo,a011h11117' irs'ustie heasrt
ot shi ity' somslise liiiexelen'st oil'
Oettis1, o ho' iren 00this'rsgools
anioltheir licce'sos in t11 11110tfoe tIm'
OOsilhlilihlso'st oand 1111i11lilc oflotsix
scholahrshsips illtie depal.:h''ll'o' f lih
lliO'Ovrsi;X. knowon as m " 0hOdepartmlet
olt literaitures, sei0ir-e stilltie ars,
anss.i osilscliollcirs tos11' ss'nosoo
ommio designated'olas the -Philips sehola,'.
Subs. Tiles0' ltre tooo'eglsvenohe
stodetils wohscoill studyx'Gr1ek ando
Luflt onOe-fourtho of the imeI thiey1117-oe
111 collhhge."
Dr. Angsll siol 7'.'510rdr .hot Ile
1111d1hestishinothinmg ill l'l':o oItihIls
011t 1111 1 % r.Philhims helehineIii
1pa0ch woild inicatieis. Sp ii :ofig o
\I. Pilhipl so'111111 o: "Ii''t11110a
accot interst illthoc- U'iviesity 111nd
carsomiedonol osi 'Oidihsrsohe ols resoon-
1rc mos'withl Dr. Fr''kwo'a1110 my7'5lf iht
r airol to the affairs of the instil-
tiosn."
EDITORS OF 'S6 PALLADIUM.
Nothing Accomplinhed Toward a
Combination.
Thoe Pallaidiumiieiitors for '11(1 met
at thiolCh'iiPsi house last Sumdy.
I. WX. B. Coleiman, Psi Upsilon, ow's
lectod maalgimg editor, Waler
Thorp, Bela 'Thecta Pi, secretsmy anod
freasurer,- and George DMcullse, t'b
Deltsm Theta, businissmanager.
The quiestions ofullting oiti the
0Castllhmn 00as theni tken ioenod dis
eu,;seo=. As the consditiois of oniliy
passedl upon by thue independns nd
poubished iii Saturoday's Dily seotuislI
lomu''wihaot luir'to the tboard the' utot-
te'i wa'os laid1 01nIli 'table.
The otli- r nooem'es of the, board in
addition to those nanmed above aeo'
S. H1. Dumbr, Chi Psi; F. H. Petrie,
Alpha Delta t'i; Kirke Latrop, Dela,
Kappa Ep silon; M. W. Cumpeu, Sigma
P'hi; L. C. Whitimn, Zet lsi; I. H.
P'rentiss, Phi Kappa Psi; (. P' Green-
leaf, Delta Tan Dela; L. A. Pratt,
Delta Upsilon, Dandridge Sposoood,
Pit Gamuma Delta; T. P. Hickey Sig-
ia Alpha Epsilon; C. itL atem, Theta
Delta Cli.
All members of the Choral Union
who will be in the city Baccalaureate
Sunday are requested to meet atte
School of Music _Tuesday evening at
T for rehearsal.

C'ampbell at $5.25.
Spalding at $5.25.
Sears Special at $4.00.
Sloecum Tournamnlt $4.35.
Country Club at $3.35.
Sweaters Going at Cost
WA'HaR'S
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE, STATE ST.

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