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VOL. IX, No. 168.

ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1899.

THREE CENTS.

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 hest fabrics in
every line that can be obtained. We
carry the largest line of Woolens in
the city. We invite you to call and
inspect the same.
G. H. WILD CO.
108 E. Washiugtom St,
ANN ARBOR.
PHOTOGRAPHIC
DARK ROOM.
We have recently fittsd up
a commodious photographic
dark room, complete with
trays, lights, etc., and offer
its use to the public free of
charge. Anything needed
in the line of supplies, or
chemicals we would he
pleased to furnish.
WILDE' Pl 4R C
Ow DaU and Niuht.
During she rest cf the college year we
will seve leeches at all hours. dayr
night. Full line of Pipes, Cigars, and
Tobacco.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
308 So. State Street.
SLIDES and
* COVERS.
Green Slides...........40c gross
White"............60c "1
% No. 0 covers.........85e oz.
I No. 2, sq. covers......e55c oz.
Boxes for 100 slides.. ..30c
We will Meet Any Price.
Calkins' Pharmacy .
HIT THE BALL!
You can't do it without a
" LOUISVILLE SLUGGER" BAT.
Neither can you play a winniag
game of TENNIS without a
WRIGHIT & DITSON RACKET.
Our Stock is complete and
or prices are right.
WAHR'S

GOOD PRACTICE.
Afforded the 'Varsitu by the Albion
Team Yesterdat.
The heavy rain early yesterday
afternoon flooded the regular dia-
mond and it was necessary to
mark off a diamond at the west end
of the field it order that the Albion-
Michiga game could be played.
Consideritg the somewhat rough
ground with the outfield partly under
water the game was well played.
Albion has a very good team for a
small college and put up a very good
game, holding the 'Varsity down
well. Yale pitched for Michigan
and was steady and effective at all
times. Only five hits were made off
him and but two were made it the
same inning. He was well supported
by Mohr behind the bat who, in ad-
iition, lined out a couple of pretty
hits.
But seven and one-half innings
were played, the game beitg stopped
then as Coaoh Clark wished to give
the men some special instruction as
the team leaves for Champaign to-
day. The features of the game were
Blencoe's excellent work at first, Mc-
Ginnis' amusing catch of a fly in a
centerfield utudhole and Albion's all-
around work. The score:
ISICHIGAN.

each afternoon. A full account of
each game will appear in the DAILY
of the day following each game.
Below are given the batting
averages of the members of the team.
The list is made up only front the
games played with other colleges and
is not absolutely accurate, inasmuch
as there has been much shifting
of positions among the members
of the team. For example Blen-
coe has played both right field
and first base and the fielding aver-
age is figured from the chances re-
ceived in both positions. It was
found impossible to publish the
average of each player in each posi-
tion he has played owing to lack of
space.
BATTING AVERAGES.

At lBnt.
Flesher... . 7.112
Lunn. ......31
McGinnis......34
Snow..........33
Davies. 34
Taylor.........19
Sullivan.......31
Miller..........21
Lehr.
Matteson..
Blencoe........14
Rogers........ 9
Yale.......... 3
Mohr.......... 3

Hits.
11
9
8
7
2
11
2
0
2
5
0
0
2

Matteson,2b......4
McGinnis, c f.....4
Sullivan, s s.......3
Blencoe,lb.....4....4
Flesher, 3b.......3
Davies, 1 f.........3
Taylor, r f.........2
Mohr, c...........3
Yale, p.......,....3

x.
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
0

H.
1
2
0
1
2
0
0
2
1

P.O.
1
2
1
15
0
0
1
4
0

A.
3
0
2
0
3
0
0
2
8

E.
1
1
0
0
1
0

FIELDING AVERAGES.
Chances. Errors.
Flesher... 28 4
Lnn......2 1
McGinnis......20 3
Snow..........80 6
Davies.........14 2
Taylor........16 1
Sullivan.......17 3
Miller..........27 3
Lehr........... 5 0
Matteson....... 8 3
Blencoe........22 1
Rogers.........18 3
Yale........... 8 0
Mohr.......... 7 1

Per cent.
1:18
358
264
242
206
105
358
095
0(0
333
357
000
000
067
Per cent.
857
987
850
925
857
937
823
888
1.000
625
954
833
1.000
858

HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS
Incited to and Ma Take Part in
Western Intercollegiate Associ-
ation Field-Da Bouts.
The Executive committee of the
Western Intercollegiate Athletic As-
sociation, at its meeting last night at
the Bismarck, decided to invite the
high schools of the state to a one.mile
relay race at the games of the asso-
ciation on ravenswood Field June 4.
Tle invitation is not only for Cook
county high schools, but is extended
to any school in the state or neigh-
boring states. The schools which are
specially invited are Milwaukee, Au-
rora, Elgin, Urbana, Joliet, Madison,
Rockford, Peoria, Ann Arbor, all of
whom have strone teams. The Chi-
cago schools are all expected to be
rpresented and a big cup and banner
will be given to the winer.
Final arrangements were made for
the athletic field and an o>tion was
given for two years on the field by
the management.
In additiou to toie regular events,
the committee decided to recommend'
entering the relay race next year.
The committee is puzzled regard-
ing the officials, and w ile several
have agreed to officiate, a itnumber of
the important places are st'll unfilled.
Thre are two candidates for starter
and a number for referee. The ques.
tion will be settled some time this
week.
Reports from the field are to the
effect that the stretch is completed
and that when the entire field is fit-
ished it will be the finest track in the
west in the manner of accommoda-
tions and appointments. Special
traim service will be had ot the day
of the games.
Princeton, as well as Michigan evi-
dently has an unwritten law in re-
gard to circuses. Yesterday Pawnee
Bills Wild West show landed in
Princeton. The parade started all
right and got as far as the campus,
but there the trouble began. Various
.nissels including eggs, etc., were
heaped upon the band as soon as it
appeared and this of course caused a
fight. The indians and cowboys
charged the students and a running
fight followed and it is feared some
were seriously injured. President Pat-
ton immediately called a mass meeting
and forbade any student to go to the
show in the evening, but in the
meanwhile the circus people had
hastely withdrawn from town.
Athletic Board Meeting.
The regular meeting of the Athletic
board was held last evening. The
principal business of the meeting was
arrangimg for the excursion to Detroit
on account of the Wisconsin gale on
Decoration Day. As usual two trains
will be run. The trains from here
will leave at 9 and 11;10 o'clock in
the morning. They will leave De-
troit returning at 7:30 and 11:30
in the evening. The fair for the
round trip, including admission to
game, will be $1.25 from Ann Arbor,
$1.10 from Ypsilanti. Tickets can
be obtained from the directors of the
association.

29 6 9 24 18 4
ALBION.
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Sebastion, c........4 1 1 2 2 1
Sleightlf. 4 0 1 2 0 0
Hitchcock, ss.....4 0 0 1 6 1
Land,2b............4 0 0 1 1 1
Beallb...........3 0 0 10 1 1
Marshallcf......3 1 1 1 0 0
Gibson,p......: 3 0 1 0 1 1
Davir f... ..3 0 1 2 0 0'
Knickerbocker,3b.2 0 0 1 2 0
30 2 5 *20 13 5
*Matteson Bunted Out.
Innings ...........1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8-R.
Albion..............0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-2
Michigan............0 2 1 0 0 1 2 *- 6'
Earned runs-Alhion 1. Two base
hit-Blencoe. Three base hit-Marshall.
Stolen bases-Mohr (2), Flesher, Davies.
Bases on balls-By Gibson 5, by Yale 1.
Struck out-By Gibson 1, by Yale 1.
Passed balls - Sebastion. Umpire-
Groga.
NOTES ON THE GAME.
The teams laves for Champaign
this morning at 11:25 via the Ann
Arbor railroad. Illinois will be played
Thursday and Friday and the Hamil-
ton Club at Chicago Saturday. The
following men will be taken: Lunn,
Miller, Lehr, Blencoe, Matteson,
Sulhivan, Flesher, Davies, McGiniis,
Snow and Taylor. Coach Clark and
Student Manager Emmons will ac-
company the party.
Returns from the game will be
posted by the DAILY in Sheehan's
window Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day afternoons. The returns will
begin to come in about 5p. it. of

Junius B. Wood has Bone to the
traising table and will participate its
the mile run at the Milwaukee meet.
Osing to the threatening weather
there was a small attendance at the
game yesterday and the gate receipts
fell $45 short of the necessary
guarantee.
Wisconsin-Michigan Track Records.
Because of the dual track meet
with Wisconsin next Saturday a com-
parison of records may prove inter-
esting. In the first column are given
the records made by Wisconsin in
their dual track meet with Illinois
last Saturday; and in the second
Michigan's records as made in the
'Varsity Field Day last Friday. The
100 and 440- yard dashes were both
won by Illinois, and so their time is
given here.
wIscoNsIN. MICHIGAN.
100-yd dash......10 1-5. 10 1-5.
220-yd dash......221-5. 231-5.
120-yd high hurdles.
16 35. 161-5
220-yd low hurdles.
26 1-5. 27
880-yd run......2:09 1-5. 2:06 1-5.
Mile walk.......7:23 4 5. 7:56 2-5.
Mile run....4:52 4-5. 4:42 2-5.
440-yd dash..5.3 53
Broad jump.....21 ft. 11 in. 23 ft.
High jump..... 5 ft. 4 in. 5 ft. 10 in.
Shot put.......37 ft.3%in. 40 ft. 5in.
Htammser throw .101 ft. Ol in. 117 ft. 11 in.
Discns throw...107 ft. 6 in. 95 ft. 71i.
Pole vault...... 9ft. 2 in. 10ft. 3in

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