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April 28, 1899 - Image 2

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2 THE

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) daring the
College yeat
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
'MeleeE: ThcInlaed Pecss, HntitnigBlock.
Both Phoee s7.
MIANAGING EDITOR.
F. 5ENGLARs ,101 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
0. . II ins, 55 L.
EDITORIS.
Athletic Edio, P. W. Jou~s,'9,
T. tR. Wosx, '0 L. A. II. McfOGlLea~, 1 E
GD. loosetTll E. J. B. Wox, '1,
C. L. MNnE, '9, C. D. COOs, '19,
L. J. MOTOERYn, '0, 'NV. . B. liaC'KE, '0 Dl,
A. G. Bow, '2.
The shbsipion pice othule DAsLY ISo$.50 o
the cllsgs ycu, assts a eula deiseyeoe
noon eal day. Notices, cosomusnicatious, and
othenatte intended oespubliation must be
handed in at the DALYa oce beolue S p. a., o
mailed to the edito Ieoes3 p. sn. o he day
pevious to that on which they as expected to
apear.
Seslciptiont sy e letllat the DuALYOice,
Meye's, o Stoleta anewsand, or with Bsines
Manage. Ssbscies will cneafavaotIsp
repotisg Ipromply at this slfice any falusse of
c aressto deies toe.
All hages in advcertisig cmatteeeust te in
the sflice isp4p. m. on the aay peious to tat
n which they ass to ameaeu.
IN CussEno ToDAY's lses
L. J. MONTOME.RY.
Hard Practice Yesterday.
Thte avarsitsuweisttp against a
scrub teamiyeseday headed by
Watkins, the ex\Tlarsity coach.
Bisisop, soutti-pjao fromti the Toledo
professional teati),sas iii the box for
tile scrutbsliee avingsebeenu bruglsq
iere for tiso expes purpose sf giv
ig(lie'Visi ty iitters sotme prc
tice in hiittig a le thasned pitcher,
as iMctisllum, whovis expectesi to
pitchifor tlinisieSaturdsaly, is of tiso
sot-paitsvariet. Thit eamiswere
as fllows:s
'VAoSIY, SRUBS.
Lono ........ ................ilMor
Welch........... p.....Bishop
Snow............lb....Benett
Sullivan. . ...b....Rogers
Fiesiser... 3b.....Watkins
Matteson..... . .li.....alor
Daviea ...........1. f..GuyMiller
MeGinnis..... . c.f......Gesile
lencoe..,,..,r. f.......Gilett
The score:
Inningo .... 1 23 4d5i- ROU.E.
'Ysrsihy.0 ...61 11 0 4-13 8 3
Srtubs .......0 01 000-6 706
The 'Varsity playing cus a rifle
raggedh at tines, but (iis sas proba-
bly due to (le presence of a green
pitcher ini (le box for them. The
scrubs fell upotn Welsh in (lhe fifth
innnsg and scred six runs, most of
themi being earned. Thle features of
the ganme were a three-bagger by
Gsy Miller ansi a difficult running
catcis of a short fly by Davies, which
calledi forth muchu applause froni the
spectators.
Theyj Got the Ax.
Before (lieireceit asebal gamss
between Ssiifordl and California to
decisle(le championslip, (le Stan-
ford studeiits held a monster maso
meeting, burnled the hoosoo, and
brought ott aiid ground (le historic
Stanford ax. Culifornia aon the
game ati sescured (le ax. Sinco
(lien (lie Stanford students have iade
a noiiiber of attenmpts to recover it.
Finally 50 or 60 of theyi surrounded
(lie Chi Phi house, swhere cle nan-
ager roomed, broke in (le door aid
searched (lielotse frois cellar to
garret, but could not fid the ax.
Future attempts will be made to
secure it and the Staford horli pre.
viously taken to Berkeley.

E UNIVERSITY' OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
S. L. A. Apportionmet.
atnsswer to a numtber of inquiries
)AILY gives thismuethsod of op.
ming the electors for (lie Stui-
Lecture Association. The
scoere nut called in this year as
sat (ho list lecture. Inistead of
Method of determining the num-
ftickets sold to each depart-
those selling tickets at tlue be-
ngof tie year score instructed
tire (lie name and departmenit
ory psirchaser. Although (lie
rof all tickets sold score not
.aiieh in this seay, a larger
wr tliatisstal see recorded for
Rtents, (lie total bseinig 1,284.
miakes the numaber of electiors
duig appslortioniedl as follos:
10, loses 7, siedics 2, aiislents 1.
:era to Orgqanize This After-
noon-
ery student in t(le University
s initerestes ini foriing a gn
is requtestedl to meet in Risni
Jnilversity Hall, at 4 o'clock
fternoso,swheii a gui club swill
aioec. The first shoot seth be
tmorrosc mornimng at 9 o'clock
grounds oti South State St.,
sot (lie Athletic Fielsd. All __
ts interestedl are inted to
tit to (his shoot.
candidates for (lie Bicycle
ciii appsear at the Gyisnasiuitt CHE)
3today for regular paractice. MICIIOSCOI
B. S. YORK, Trusiner. tor-y S
Pooe!senior swing-out (isbeen In
iied from Thursday, Apsril 27,
day, April 28, at 4:15 p. i.
hors isre requiestedl (soiseet insa
C, tat 4 p. in., in their cap atidC
P. W. JOKE,
Cliairmainil Coismmittee.
Li
THEN$ RIGS
TtfdATREF
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17 = C= 6z; QIT
IMiORTERS ANti MANCFACTUREROS OP
MICAL an PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
PIC FINDINGS. Hendquaarters for all Labora-
iapplies
ill S. Main Street. Ann Arbor, Misk,
1toroouiato Bureau o1flc~adonie Costumeo.
GOTRELL St LEONARD,
ALBNYx, N. Y.
aps, Gowns, and floods made to order and rented. Also Class
Csnes, Class (lots and Caps, Class College fins. Address
W. C. KERN, Wester'n Snge.,
HasklatnMuseuma.niv. ofChicago

OUIJR

FOR THE GAME
____ATi 'ff

'ARBEKA"
@[UTT. PEABODY&CO.
IfYour Bicycle Needs
TO BE REPAIRED,
Go to BIERMAN'S,
W. Washington.

TanemsCrescent Conbiuatioil (for Ladly'aad
G-Tent) 'Tandemss for relit by the liour
For RPent. or day. Rates Reasonable.
M. STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
Phoanes No. b. 11.9 West Washiaugtoat Street.
GRANGRW3 3CH400JLOF DANCING.
$3.00 per Ter-mso( 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
hO ~~ Ifa yo~u wanlt a Dice islack or tan
S h oe had-seared Shoe, at $3.007S43.50,1$4.0()
and 15.00, call anid see us.
1~Ltcts. eY gnlantee satisfaction in every
AD~II' CI~r T~,119 nWaahington. st.
RPRIL L'S SO SO REJ ~3 , A.nAe.

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