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VoL. IX, No. 148.

ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1899.

THREE CENTS

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G. H. WILD Co.
Will announce that we have now
received our Spring and Summer
Woolens. Our stock for the incom-
ing season is the largest we have ever
shown, is exclusive and confined, in
both foreign and domestic goods, and
is composed of the best fabrics in
every line that can be obtaiied. We
carry the largest line of Woolens in
the city. We invite you to call and
inspect the same.
G. H. WILD CO.,
08 E. Washingtona St ,
ANN ARBOR.
Warranted
Cutlery.
We have just received a
fine line of High Grade
Razors and Knives, fully
warranted, and we sell them
right too. See our window.
Open Dan a d R.
During the rest of the college year we
willserve lunches at all hours, dayor
ight. Foil une of Pipes, Cigars, and
Toaco,
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
308 So. State Street.
Fresh
-AT'THE-_
Soda Fo tan
Today
CRUSH 100.
Calkins' Pharmacy.
Your Name
Ewi t satetstye cards, toe $15.
100 cards, engraved from your own plate, for
90 CENTS.
The Best Stock,
The Latest Styles.
4sk to see our new Stationery.
WAHR'S

THE SPRING TRIP.
Baseball Team Leaes Todasj to
Play Secen Games.
The baseball team will leave to-
day at 11:10 over the Michigan Cen-
tral for their annual spring trip.
Besides Managers Baird and Em--
mons the following men will be
taken: Lunn and Mohr, catchers;
G. A. Miller, Lehr, W. C. Miller,
McGinnis, Yale, pitchers; Taylor,
second; Wolf, short; Flesher, third;
Davies, left; Snow, first; Street,
right.
The schedulelucludes seven games:
Illinois at Champaign, Saturday;
Milwaukee League at Milwaukee,
Monday and Tuesday: Beloit at Be-
loit, Wednesday; Wisconsin at Mad-
ison, Thursday and Friday, and
Notre Dame at Notre Dame, Satur-
day.
The DAILY has made arrangements
with Manager Baird whereby the
score of all games will be *ent by
innings to Ann Arbor and posted at
Sheehan's.
The 'Varsity Turns the Tables on
Toledo.
The game was very one sided until
the eighth inning when Toledo suc-
ceeded in scoring five runs by bases
on balls and errors by Michigan. The
'Varsity started out in the first
inning to win the game and made
seven hits scoring nine runs. Every.
hody hadl their eye oss the all and
if the present batting gate continues
there will be no doubt as to the re-
sult of the spring trip. McGinnis
and Flesher lead the batting with a
single and a two bagger apiece. The
whole team played a good game, the
new men showing up especially well.
An unfortunate accident happened in
the sixth inning. Flesber was hit
on the knee cap by a swift grounder
and laid up for a few moments, but
was able to walk into the Gymna-
sium. The tabulated score follows:
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Flesher, 3b.......3 2 2 0 1 1
Rogers,rf........4 1 2 0 0 2
Wolfe, s s........4 1 1 6 7 2
Taylor,2b....... 4 0 1 0 3 0
McGinns, p.......4 2 2 5 0 0
McKee,lb........4 1 1 14 0 0
Bennettor........2 1 0. 0 0 0
Mohr, c..........2 0 0 1.0 0
GeikeIf.........2 1 2 0 0 0
Davies,1f........2 0 0 1 0 0
Street,rf.........2 1 1 0 1 1
McGargle, p......1 1 0 0 0 1
Yale, p...........,3 1 0 0 3 0
37 12 12 27 15 7
Innings...12 345 67 8 9-sR.
Michigan........920 00502*-12
Toledo............1 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 3-11
Minstrel Affairs.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. E. P.
DePont, manager of the U. of M.
Band, received from Manager Hans,
of the minstrel show, 'a check for
$150 as the band benefit fund. Last
night the members of the company
to the number of 40 who took part
in the program were tendered a ban-
quet in return for their hard and
earnest work in behalf of the show.
Toasts were responded to and a gen-
erally good time had.
Hon. J. T. Campbell, '98 L., of
Mason, died this morning at his
home of appendicitis,

Teddy on Football. TRACK MEN WILL STAY.
Gov. Roosevelt in a recent inter-
view gave the following opinion on Track Candidates Will Train Dur-
football: ing Vacation for the Wisconsin
"Yes, sir; you people in the mid- Meet.
die west have simply been making About 75 track men were out on
wonderful strides forward in athlet- the field yesterday. The track has
ics," said "Teddy.""''Most of our been put in good shape and will be
easterners don't appreciate you in kept so from no teon. Several rub-
this line more than in others. That's bers have been advertised for and
a great institution of yours at Ann everything possible will be done to
Arbor. Your fellows out there rather get them ets ittspe for the Wiscon-
covered themselves with glory last sin meet, whict bwillhe held ins Mu-
fall, didn't they? Chicago there, waukee on the 20th of May. A team
Stagg's team, went down to Philadel- of 30 men will be taken on the trip,
phia and gave Pennsylvania a good and Michigan's chances for victory
warm tussel, and then your Michigan were never brighter. The candidates
team beat Chicago by a score of, let are making preparations to stay over
me see, 12 to 11, wasn't it?" during the spring vacation and are
"Yes, sir, college athletics have tow turning out in multitudes. It
done wonders for this country, espe is possible that 150 men will come
cially in the east and middle west out before the season is over. As in
You folks in these middle states former years all legitimate track can-
have been doing wonders these past didates will be admitted to the base-
few years in cleaning out your ath- ball games free, and this undoubted-
letics and freeing them from taints ly will be a drawing card. A good
of professionalism. Play fair and schedule of meets has been prepared,
keep the money element out; that's and with these inducements offered,
the only rule for honest, manly sport the number of men ought to be
for sport's own sake, larger than ever before. Trainer
"I agree with you that track and Fitzpatrick had the pole vaulters
field athletics is the best branch of atd weigtstenmworking yesterday,
sport for rational development. It along with the track men. Trainer
isn't so fierce as football. It's a Fitzpatrick wishes to impress on the
branch I'd like my boy to follow- track men, and especially on the
But, after all, it lacks the team-game hurdlers, pole vaulters, and weight
element that football has; it isn't so men that it is >ositively necessary
mnagnifiet and spectacular. A young that they remain over during vaca-
toan feels that he's really a being tion, if they expect to represent
when lie is playing that game, and Michigan against Madison. The
there's a healthy spirit about it that training table will be started in the
infects the spectators. near future, and the new men will
"Do you know, your western col- be chosen for it after the 'Varsity
lege men have reason to congratulate meet which will be held a week after
themselves on the fact that they get vacation.
their education out here. Univer-
sity of Michigan men are exception- The Enrollment.
ally fortunate. They come in con- Tie folloing statistics showing
tact with the cultured element that is herollenngfstudestshrefg
supposed to dominate in the east, but the etrolliaest of students here for
they get more than that; they get frosm egadvance shees (s f the Uaiver-
the benefit of the breezes from the sity ada s t
west. You're more truly representa- sity calendar:
tive of the national spirit out here. Literary Department............1,285
.. .. Engineerng " ........ 24
You are living io the great middle Medical "15..............245
gaound of national politics and every- Law "7....765
thing else. The middle west is to- Pharmaceutical Department...... 81
day more truly representative of Homospahic " 68
. . 9 ~~Dental " ... 3
Americanism than anywhere else;D234
and it's only just entering upon its Total...... ................13,123
career of leadership." Deduct for names counted more
than once.................... 64
Graduate Coaching in Baseball. Total exclusive of summer
A new system of graduate baseball schools..................3,059
coaching has been adopted by the Summer Schools of 1898.
Harvard team this year. Under the L rary Department. .23- 235
head coach will be a number of sub- Deduct for students enrolled
ordinates stho sill be detailed to the in 1898-99 in some de-
positions with ihich they are ost partnent of the Univer-
familiar. These men will perform sity .................... 102- 133
active coaching once a week and will Grand total................13,192
hold frequent meetings to discuss Tie erolment of Michiganistu-
the candidates and the plan of their dents is as follows: Literary De-
developmnent.partment, 890; Emgineering Depart-
The fifth annual banquet to the muent, 172; Medical Department, 215;
sustaining members of the Young Law Department, 285; Pharmaceu-
Men's Christian association will be tical Department, 58; Hosmopathic
held next Tuesday evening at 7:30 Department, 44; Dental Depart-
p. m. Judge V. H. Lane will act nent, 146; summer schools, 64.
as toastmaster and President Angell Total (deducting 5 names counted
will respond to a sentiment, twice,) 1,869.
The total esrolnent of students
F. G. Dresning, '99 L., ha gone from Illinois is 328, from Ohio 199,
west on business, from Indiana 113.

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