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May 26, 1899 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

r TH5NVRIYOFMCIA AL

Pubished Daily (Sndays excepted) daig the
College year. at
THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN
I)wxce: The Iland Pess, eeing Block.
Both Phone, 147.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ElNGLARD, '1 L.
lUSINESS MANAGER.
o. H.IlANoS,.1L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editor, P. W. JES, '99,
T. R. WeOODaW,0L. A.f. MefOeALL,'1 E
GD. IHiccocree01 E. J. B. WOO, '0,
C. L. NLES,99, C. D. COOL,99,
L . 2M9ONTGaeRY, 10, W. D. Ilccey, '0 M,
A. G. BOW, '02.
Thehe ep11cc pici te 110 LY Is 52.50 fo
he college year, wick a regular deliecrylbeoec
noon eAchdy. Noticecomuniacatios, ad
other omattee inlooded fo pblicaetioc wool e
hooded io at the DttY etfce beloreeS p.a., o
mtailedl to the edtc efoieti3e lp. ti,.of thedy
aeviostothtlilwhicthleyare eecteeedlto
subscipiomy helefetiatithe DALY office,
OeyeerSorSoletsiew-aid, iiewithBusiesee
maiiwage.Subceies will cofe a citerlip
rprigpeeiiil tle thie0officecny failie o
alriers toieeliviripaeer
the ole by 4 p.in.iiontthi (oaylieiieoIlitat
o whih theatoeioiea-.
L J 1.10 IG''(O-,%IEII.
Til-l legislature lhas at lost recg-
11ize11tle prssitig ieds of the Uti-
versity otia n llade a very mlaterial ill-
delayedl it was oiportunte, andi w1a1
madwith11111 essoogtutdgig Liauid 11ha1
in1 thI pt.1 111s1 1alt ill molst gati-
f ing, as it gives evidece thatioth111
the ge-atness and tie sefulness of
the Univerity at-c beitg felt and al-
preciated by thoswhot arc to legis-
lale 101 the 111vancettent of educa-
11011 in Micitgti. Scarely any
op~posion ~twis made, aid thoe in
suppot ofth le bill were most ettbu-
siastic and earnest. This signal
recognitioicn is mlost gratefully ac.
ceped aiid appreciated. Te Uni-
versity n10w as a brighter [patb be-
fore it, anid is once again il a posi
tioni to take long desired strides
fsrwarud.
Latws Win in the Ninth.
'00 L. tdefeated 01 yseray at
the fait griiundo in tioe secnidilrundt
of class gates by a score of 18 tii 17.
Tlic gamie was excitg aidl 10rict
treat for the partisan aw ad~ lit
oolers. NI)triuble resltei, how-
ever, beyondthe ie cstomary roltitg
unil tile niitiiiing wheit Petit,
lw, while runininlg friiim third to
11o11e was struck in te face by it
raiik partisan.
'Tile laws were ahead until the irt
of the sventb weit '01 landed on
'Vitt for six rcns. Geake replaced
Wit in tite box antil pitced a godc
two inninigs. It the last ball of the
nintb with sue iman ot. Hill was
replaced by Mehlihop. The laws
rather took to the latier. Witb the
aid of a fete bases oii balls, a coplte
of is and a wild throw by Me
Artbur, the necessary six runs werei
netted and a vitry scored. Bt
teaims played poor ball, acd unless
'00 L. takes a tdecided brace, oe
will cot carry off the pennat ii the
finals.
Gilchrist cacght two difficult foul
flies and Geake cut off two cen very
prettily at ]inic ncd third by throasJ
from deep ceiter. The work of
Mehlhop '01, oct third deserves espe-
cial mention. Crafts played a strng
game at first for '01. The score:

Innings....123456759-az. HESS
'01 ........... 0 0 36110-17
'00 L............402023016-18 T H E
atories-'01,Wilt, eaks pand Gil- LI~
BAtriss0 L, Hill, Mehahcpand Gic-
christ. HN S

Wrinkle.!
Wrinkle atipears today ill a newc
cover by P. Al. XWagner. The design
is bothi apprttpriate and a fine piece
of art work. It represents a baseball
player in a backgrounid design of ins.
The center-page is by Whitehiead,
representing a nuccmber of te petple
Ion their way to Regents Field."
'Tle number is cnusually bright. with
swvell carttots acd wity wrietips of
matters athletic. Carmody, wihma
supposed Webstriaii pose is the fa-
vorite. "To the 111-c of May 10th"
is a brighie11cc f verse oni Miller's
timely hit in tie Illiniois gamle. Rob
Wagner contribultes a fine drawig
with "Love's Argattint."
itn the Miclii /000111001
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