VOL. IA, No. 172.
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Michigan Defeats Wisconsin, 73 to
55---Man Records Broken.
Last Saturday, at Milwaukee, with
a cold, raw wind blowing across the
open oval, the Wisconsin and Michi-
gan athletes contested for supremacy
in one of the most notable dual meets
held in the west for many a year.
The track was good, so that i-i spite
of the stiffening cold the athletes
were able to make record-breaking
time in nearly every event. The
shivery blasts seemed but an added
incentive to the pace of the contest-
ants. The record smashing began
with the first event. Capt. McLean
won the one-twenty high hurdle in
15 2.5, breaking the Western Inter-
collegiate record of 15 4.5, held by
Richards of Wisconsin. 'his is
within a fifth of the world's record.
Fox, of Wisconsin, won the 100-
yards dash in 10 seconds flat, break-
ing the Wisconsin 'Varsity record.
O'Dea reduced Kraenzlein's western
record of 25 3-5 in the two-twenty
low hurdles to 25 flat.
McGowan, of Wisconsin, spirited
away the old record of 21 4-5 in the
two-twenty dash by winning in 21 3-5.
But this will not stand as the course
was afterwards discovered to be five
feet short. Hodgman's (m) western
intercollegiate record of 50 3-5 in the
four-forty dash went out when Teet
zel won out in 50 flat. Hayes con
tinued the good work by knocking
7 seconds off the eight-eighty, re
ducing it from 2:08 to 2:01. Sproat
established 32 4-5 as the time for th
quarter-mile bicycle. Avery, not to
let the track events alone take a drop
added four feet to his own 'Varsity
record of 117 feet in the hamme
throw, coming within two feet of thi
Western Intercollegiate, held by Ed
gren of Califoriia.
The two great hurdlers, McLeai
and O'Dea each had the hard luc
to strike a hurdle. O'Dea struck ii
the 120 high, and McLean in the 22
low. Bjork held a good second whe
he lost his stride in striking a hurdl
and fell back to fourth. Westfal
in the 100-yard dash, and Teetzel i
the 220-dash, pluckily finished clos
thirds after bad starts-
Baldwin, in the bicycle, J. B. Woo
in the mile, Thompson in the quarte
and Hatch in the half helped mate
rially by pacing the winners an
keeping the nearest Wisconsin me
from getting the pole.
'The team arrived in Milwaukee a
8:45 Friday evening. They wer
net by a delegation of alumni an
escorted to the Plankington. Satu
day forenoon they were taken on
- trolley ride around the city in
g decorated car on board of which wr
the celebrated Bach's Military Bans
returning at 12:15.
At 2 p. m. they went in a spec
car with a band to the "Nations
Park." Here the Michigan an
Wisconsin rooters had separa
sections in the grandstand. TI
Michigan alumni turned out in lar
numbers and showed the team eves
attention. Before a fair crowd t
t following events were run off.
RsACK EVENTS. ,.C. Miller; clerks of course-
One hundred and twenty yards Stuart Lyle, Chas. Baird; announcer
hurdle-McLean, won; O'Dea, Wis- J. L. Fisher.
cousin, second, Schule, Bjork-tine, The men returned early yesterday
0:15 2-5. moring and were met at the depot
One hundred-yards dash-Fox, by a very small crowd. They were
Wisconsin, won; McGowan, Wiscon. III excellent condition. Director
siii, second, Westfall, Thompson- Fitzpatrick deserves great credit for
0:10. the good condition which the men
Four hundred and forty-yards-- displayed at the close of the meet.
Teetzel, Michigan, won; Hatch, HAMILTON WON.
Michigan, second-time, 0:50.
One mile walk-Young, Wiscon-
sin, won; Bredsteen, Wisconsin, see- Ex-Collegians Won From the 'ars-
ond, Odle-time, 7:44. itsj Saturday.
Eight hundred and eighty-yard Michigan lost the last game of her
run-Hayes, Michigan, won; Hatch, recent trip, to the Hamilton Club
Michigan, second, Barrett - time, Saturday 12 to 6. Yale was in the
2:01. box for Michigan and was hit freely
Quarter-mile bicycle - Sproat, by the Hamilton Club at opportune
Michigan, won; Taylor, Wisconsin, moments. Henry Clarke twirled for
second-time, 0:32 4-5. the ex-collegians and although he
Two hundred and twenty-yards was solved for 12 hits they did not
ihurdle-O'Dea, Wisconsin, won; Mc- come together.
Lean, Michigan, second--time, 25. Hamilton cinched the game in the
One mile run-Conger, Michigan, first two innings by making five runs
won; McFarland, Wisconsin, second, on a combination of hits and errors
Wood-time, 4:43 2.5. and the game was never in danger
Two hundred and twenty-yards from then on.
dash--Fox, Wisconsin, won; Mc. Miller went in for Michigan in the
CsGowan, Wisconsin, second, Westfall, eighth, but more errors came along
Thompson--0:21 3-5. and Hamilton scored both that in-
One mile bicycle-Sproat, Michi- ming and the next. Michigan made
gan, won; Wood, Michigan, second her runsi i the secoid, sixth, and
e -time, 2:37. seventh innings by a few good hits
- aided by Clarke's and Jones' errors.
FIELD EVENTS. A feature of the game was a re-
High jump-Flournoy, Michigan, markable double play by Blencoe.
- 5 feet 7; Mason, Wisconsin, 5 feet Henry Clarke hit a hit liner to Yale
- 6; Tryon, Michigan, 5 feet 4; which hit the latter on the head and
Adams, Michigan, 5 feet 4. bounded high in the air. Blencoe
- Pole vault-Adams, Michigan, and caught it and nipped Fields off first
t Runnels, Michigan, tied-height, 9 thus making a double unassisted.
e feet 4 inches. Flesher made a neat two-bagger
Broad jump-McLean, Michigan, while Blencoe lined out a triple with
distance, 21 feet 6 inches; [funnels, a man oim second. The score:
Michigan, second, 20 feet 10 inches. MiCIiAN.
r Shot put-Lehr, Michigan, won; m. a. v.. A. E.
e 38 feet 3 inches; Cochems, Wiscon- Matteson, 2b..........0 0 1 2 0
- sin, 36 feet 5 inches; Caley, 35 feet McGinnis, c f.........0 0 1 1 5
11 inches. Blencoe,1b.............1 2 9 2 0
u Discus throw--Stangel, Wisconsin, Lunlian s............2 1 3 2
k won; Granke. Wisconsin, second-- Flesher, 3b...........2 2 2 0 2
n distance, 104 feet 0 inches. Dm"owr . If .0- 1t>0 0
0 Throwing sixteen-pound hammer Yale,'p............1 1 1 3 2
n -Avery, Michigan, won, 121 feet; Miller, p...............0 1 1 0 0
e Stangel, Wisconsin, second, 107 feet. " - __ 27 12 11
.1 Michigan had an easy time in the ua. 2L .1N.
n broadjunmpand polevaultand Wiscon- .mu. o.o. A. E.
e sin in the discus and mile-walk. All of G. Clarke, s s.........0 0 2 6 0
the other events were pretty hotly Field,lb..............2 2 9 1 0
d contested. Conger in the mile made H. Clarkep...........2 2 1 2
ra game finish when McFarland had JAkison, 2h........... 2 5 2 1
- secured a lead. Hayes and Teetzel Winston,3b...........2 1 4 1 2
d ran fast races in fine form. Baldwin Brown,1 f..............0 0 3 0 0
,n broke the wind and set the pace for Wilber, r f.............2 2 1 0 0
Sproat in the bicycle and the latter Cook'f .... 1 1 1 0 1
it sprinted out for a fast finish. Odle 12 10 27 13 5
e finished a good third in the mile Innings.........1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
d walk and Caley, in the discus. Hamilton.........3 3 1 0 2 0 11 1-12
r- Wisconsin treated our athletes well Michigan.........0 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0- 6
a and the work of this officials was Stolen bases - Adkinson, Winston,
fair 'he'ha was very Wilber, Yale, Davies. Two-base hits-
a fair and satisfactory. The following is Wilber, Adkinson, H. Clarke (2). Three-
as the list of officials: Judges at finish- base hits - Adkinson, Blencoe ().
, W. H. Liginger, Peter Murphy, J. )ouble plays-Yale to Blencoe; Mc-
g ,l, -Ginis to Matteson. Bases on als-
W. Turner; judges of field events- Off Clarke, 1; offYale 4. Hit by pitcher
al Wallace M. Bell, Geo. Caner, A. K. -Matteson. Struck out-By Clarke, 3;
al Wheeler; judges of weight events, by Yale, 2. Passed balls-Jones. 1;
d Gilmore D. Price, Arthur Zimmer- Lunn, 1. Wild pitch-Clarke. Umpire
to man; timers-H. C. Killilea, D. W. -Jevne.
ie Howie, Dr. J. C. Elsom, T. S. An- All candidates for '99 baseball
ge drews; starter-J. C. Boie; judge of team will report at fair grounds for
ry walking-J. W. Frew; referee-Geo. practice today at 3:30. A game will
he F. Downer; referee of bicycle races be played with High School.
-F. M, Warback; official scorer- C. L. NuEs, Mgr.
Opp. Court los