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2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Pbished 0aily (Sondysexcceptd) drig the
Cllege .ytaat
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
taste:nx The Inlad Pes, Henig Block.
Bth thoes 147
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENaE'aso, '01 L.
HUSINESS MANAGER.
. IH.(loo, '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic eito, P. W. dba, '9,
T.tH. Wconow,'00 L. Af. DoaALL,'t E
. D. llcooc . '01 . J. B. Woo, '0,
C. L. NeL.'t, C. D. COO,'t,
L. J. MNTGooEooYo,'00, W. 0. Hteaoo,'00M,
A . Booto, '.
'PThebctiptonopiceooof Ot0theIL s o2.5tOffe
the coltsc ayea, wth a0roctl1rdelveoy hefoss
000oonech dy. BNotie, coomutiatioo, ad
oher mottritnded o jpuliato mottho
hooded ton00at to DIoie beefos 0 p. ito,
mooild 1o the edtohefoe 3 p in. of te dy
arevtooe to tht 00 whtch thy act expeed to
Sosciptioc oy le left at the DIoic e,
Meyer, ostetftt's newlod, o with Bosones
Mogr. Sbshriescwill cofr a faorosby
repoting Iootly t tits ofice any folore of
coorrirseto dolees ppe.
All change it Otetig omtteooust ho i
the eftleeIy 4 . ote dy 100viousto tht
Ot ontichtthee ore to aoeeeo.
Sophs Defeated Freshmen.
'VToefrshtoioiwere 0defeated by
the soopomotre, Strdaymotrnfig
by a ore of 7 tt 12. Te gamle was
closo unttllifetosixth ((len '01 began
to get ito good lead. Th'Ie second year
m~ein foutid tie freslhat soutlpaw
ttn etasy intk, miaking 13 hits ot
himn. 'Fle freshmen teamn wrk was
ptoor and three time two men tried
to field the samoe fly. Hill for tie
sophioniores pitched a good gamle,
although ie was itclined to go up in1
thle air' whenl talked to very much.
Only three hits were made off his
delivery. Crtfts '01 played a strong
game at first as did also Witlingtor
for '02. Killian for 02 and Gray.
on for '01 led the fielding. Te
score by innings:
Innig.........12 3 4 56378 9-rt.
'02 ...............1 30 2 1 0 000- 7
Batterie-'01, Hill nd ~add. '02,
Welch and Britton. Umpires-F. W.
Potter and A. G. Keith.
A ociety event, which will interest
many in Ann Arbor, will take place
on the evenitgof May 25th, at Whit
ney's Opera Hose, Detroit, the occa
Sion being the representation of three
playt by stars from Detroit's local
talenlt. "Wheti Love Goes to War,"
written by Mrs. Stewart Lothrop, of
Detroit, whlo also) tkeon011 of the
leading parts; a farce I My Tune
Next' aitd "011 btoch tf Nature.'
The drainatis personsintclutde Mrs.
Atchisot, Miss Lilliati Faulconer,
Miss Antette Kittredge Norton, who
appears that evening fot' the first tule,
Messrs. Samuel S. Haris, Edwit
Denby and stars fronthtle Detroit
Comedy Club. The music will be
furnishted by the Katzen Jatnmer or-
chestra, Mr. Sebretoter having co-
tented to write special numbers for
the occasiotn. Regular theatre prices.
The proceeds of the etertaiittiett
will be devoted to caritable pr.
ploses. ___________
llinois Interschotastic.
It viewv of the approaciniintter-
scholastic meet to he tld here it is
interestittg to notice the remtarkable
records tade by the coutestant at
the Illitnois Interscholasic held at
Chanipaign Satnrday.
Running broad jump-W. M.

Brown~e, La Grange, won; distance,
21.25 feet.
Quarter miile bicycle-A. Hopkins,
West Aurra, won. Time, :33 45.
Half tule walk-L. Byre, Chi-
cago English High, wot. Tine,
3:30 4-5.
440-yards run - S. Herdman,
Taylorville, wcn. Time, :52 4-5.
100-yard ash-C. Bell, Biggs.
ville, won. Timte, :10 25.
Mile run-C. S. Borden, Hyde
Park, won. Titne, 4:54 3-5.
50-yard cash-C. Bell, Riggsville,
wo01. Time of all the heats :0.
12-pound shot put-H. Webster,
Eiiglewood, wo01. Distance, 42 feel
9 inclies.
Runntin~g highI jntp-F. A. Tod,
West Atrora, wovou. Distattce, 5 feet'
7 inchtes.
Pole vault-Ives, Rantotl, wot.
Distatice, 0 feet 7 inches.
220 yards dash-C. S. Borde,t
Hyde Park, wont Time, :23.
Mile bicycl-D. A nisl, West
Aurora, wtn. Tme, 2:51 45.
880 yards rnt-C. S. Boret,
Hyde Park, wot. iae, 2:10 15.
Standing brod jumplj-D. Dau Ii
erty, Biggsville, won, Distance, 10
feet 5fitichies.
220-yards hurdle-P. M. Shepard,
Hyde Ptrk, wot. Tine, :27 45.
Hammler throw -W. Koehler,
Pontiac, soo. Distance, 117 feet
9 inchtes.
'01 Dents Deet Phrms.
T1he '01 dents defeated te plar-
miacs Saturday foretiootinii a close
and exciting cottest. Hrnig pichtetd
good bll for the det, but was
polrly sutppotrtedl at te. Capt.
Roegers, at 2d, played a strong gamte.
Benttett cuglt a fine game atd
stretigtlheitedtile pltttrmacs a great
deal. TIhe fital score stood 11 to 9.
'Te batteries were Steetnato attt
Bennett for the plarluits and Mc
Clure anld Hrrtg ot the dents
Rand McNally
Universal Atlas
FOR NOTHING
By Saving 2Bc purchase checks at
the folowing stores.
Mck & Co., Gruner & Lutz,
Cutting, Royer & Co., H. Brow,
Staebler & Co., Groceries, Wi. Arnold,
Eherbach Hardware Co., J. . Quarry,
Seabolt Bros., Groceries, Anton Tet e,
W. W. Wetmore, G. H. Wild Co.,
E. V. Hangterfer, . Lauenayer,
C. F. Pardon, H. G. Lodhol,
300 Coupons et the Atlas.
Yo a ee anexaiedoctsh boohatQuarry'
IDrug htore.
F OR BICYCLE REPAIRING
AND SUNDRIES O TO
Win. J. WENGER
HIGH GRADE WORK.
106 N. FOURTH AVENUE.
Qftff'IN_ BROS.
NeStae 'Phae 37
No. 113 East Liberty St.
Msssfctrers atfiDetaInstsmesc
ad Fits Maciseoy.
Special Attentio gie ts Bicycle Repairing
A Fall Line sI Bivele Sndres in IStck.
f~our Bicycle Needs
TO BE REPAIRED,
Go to BIERMAN'S.
W. Washngton.

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