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VOL. IX, No. 180. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 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 best 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.
GoDH. WILD CO,,
108 E. Washington St,
ANN ARBOR.
PHOTOGRAPHIC
DARK ROOM.
We have recently fitted 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 be
pleased to furnish.
WILDEIR'S PRMA
For ten Days from June 1
PIPE SALE-All Pipes Sell-
ing Below Cost. Lunches, Soda
Water, Flops and Soft Drinks.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.
308 So. State Street.
SLIDES and
COVERS.
Green Slides...........40c gross
White."°............60c
% No.1 covers.........85c oz
I1No.2, sq. covers......55c oz .
Boxes for 100 slides....30c
We will Meet Any Price.
Calkins' Pharmacyi
HIT THE BALL!
You can't do it without a
" LOUISVILLE SLUGGER" BAT.
Neither can you play a winning
game of TENNIS without a
WRIGHT & DITSON RACKET.
Our Stock is complete and
or prices are right.
WAHR'5
ANN ARBOR
Up rown Down Town
Ste s. Opp. Court Hoe
nean stn

AMATEUR TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS.
In view of the approaching Western Intercollegiate meet, the following
table of records bas been prepared by the DAILY. The American Amateur,
Eastern, Western and 'Varsity records are given. It is generally expected'
that some of the Western Intercollegiate records will be lowered tomorrow,
and the old and new records will form the basis for a comparison of the
East and West. Owing to the disordered method in which the records are
kept, great difficulty was experienced in securing official statements of
them. But great care has been taken to verify them from all available
sources, so that they may be relied on as trustworthy with the possible
exception of one or two cases.
Sa a -g 3.
100-yard dash............... 9 4-5 s....... 94-5 s.... 0..,9 4-5 s...... 10 1-5 8.
220-yard dash............... 21 1-5 s...... 21 1-5 s...... 21 4-5 s..... 22 2-5 s.
440-yard run................ 473-4s ......492-5s...... 5335s..... 50s.
Half-mile run.............. 1m533-5s.. 1m5645s.. 2 m83-4s.. 2 m1s.
One-mile run...............4m1535s.. 4m232-5s.. 4m33s.... 4m382-5s.
Two-mile run............ 9m 3215s.. 10m 32-5 s.... ...............
120-yard high hurdles....... 15 2-5 s......15 2-5s......15 4-5 s- 1 2-5
220-yard low hurdles........ 23 3-5so.....23 3-5 s......25 3-5 s.....25 2 5 s.
Running broad jump....... 24 ft. 41 in.. 24 ft. 41 in.. 22 ft. 71 in.. 23 ft.
Running high jump........ 6 ft. 5 5-8 in. 6 ft. 3 in..... 5 ft. 9 in.... 5 ft. 10 in.
Putting 16 lb shot.......... 47 ft......... 43 ft. 8 1 in.. 44 ft. 3-4 in.. 44 ft. 3-4 in
Throwing 16 lb hammer.....158 ft. 4 in... 149 ft. 5 in... 123 ft. 9Jlin. 121 ft.
Throwing discus........ .......... ............. 102 ft. 100 ft. 61in.
Pole vault..................11 ft. 101in.. 11 ft. 5 in.... 11 ft.... '10 ft. 4 in.
One mile walk........... 6 m 52 4-5 s .. 6 m 52 4.5 s.. 7 m 26 s.... 7 m 15 s.
Quarter mile bicycle......... ............. ..........32 4-5 s.
One-mile bicycle............ . ..........2 m 25 s..... 2m361-5s.

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EVEN UP.
Beloit Takes the Second Game.
Beloit defeated the 'Varsity yester-
day in a hotly contested game, by a
score of 4 to 1. Michigan started
out well in the first inning. Snowj
beat out an ideal bunt, stole second,
and came home on Adkins throw
through second. Lunn followed with
a hit but died on second. Beloit went
out in one, two, three order in their
half. Matteson started the second
with a hit, but was caught at second
by McMaster's pretty throw, whose
throwing to second was one of the
features of the game. Neither side
was able to score until the 6th. Be-
loit getting only two men to the 1st
in the whole five innings. In the
sixth Merrill started out by striking
out, McMasters followed with a hit
and took second on Blencoe's muff of
Lehr's throw to catch him napping.
He then stole third, and started home
on Brown's bunt. Lehr fielded the
ball cleanly to Lunn, but McMaster
slid ii to him knocking the ball out
of his hand and hurting his wrist.
Adkins followed with a hit scoring
Brown. In the 7th Beloit added two
more. Blewett bunted and Blencoe
muffed Lehr's throw, letting the run-
ner to second, but he died at second.
Eaton escaped a double play by fast
sprinting. Brown followed with a
hit and Mohr overthrew third base,
scoring Eaton and giving Brown
third, who scored a moment later on
Merrill's bunt to Mattison. Neither
side could score farther, but Michi-
gan made a strong bid in the ninth.
" Sally" Lunn made a two-bagger,
and Davies; acrificed him to third,
but the necessary hit did not come
and he died there. Miller took Mohr's
place in the 7th.
The tabulated score follows:

MICHIGAN.
AB. R. H. P.O. A. E.
McGinnis, c f.....4 0 1 0 0 0
SnowIf........ .3 1 2 0 1 n
Flesher, 3b.......4 0 0 1 5 1
Lunn, c..........4 0 3 6 3 1
Davies, s s........ 4 0 0 2 3 0
Matteson,2b......4 0 1 2 1 0
Mohr, rf..... 2 0 0 0 0 3
Blencoe, lb..... ....4 0 0 16 0 2
Lehr,p. .. ........3 0 1 0 6 0
Miller, r f.........1 0 0 0 0 0
33 1 8 27 19 5
BELoIT.
A.B. R. I. P.O. A. E.
McMasters, c.....4 1 2 5 2 1
E. Brown, 2b...4 1 0 7 2 0
Slaterilb......4 0 0 9 0 0
Adkins,p.........4 0 2 1 6 1
Strotherscf......4 0 1 3 1 0
Blewett, r f.......4 0 0 0 0 0
'Eatonsos....4 1 0 2 1 1
R.Brown,3b...31 1 0 0 0
Merrillilf.........3 0 0 0 0 0
34 4 6 27 12 3
Score by innings:
Innings..........123456789-R.
Michigan........1 00 00 000 0-1
Beloit ............ 000002200-4
Two base hit-Lunn. Stolen bases-
McGinnis, Snow, Blencoe, McMasters.
Hit by pitcher-Miller, R. Brown.
Struck out-By Lehr 6, by Adkins 6.
Left on bases-Michigan 7, Beloit 4.
Umpire-Tyndall.
NOTES ON THE GAME.
Michigan lost the game throngh
errors made at critical moments. Be-
loit's hits, though few, came at just
the right time to help swell the score,
while Michigan's always came with
the bases empty. The fact that seven
men died on bases for Michigan and
only three for Beloit proves this.
Both Lehr and Adkins pitched
good ball and fielded their positions
in fine shape. Lehr allowed only six
hits and Beloit is a good hitting ag-
gregation. The team presented quite
a patched up appearance. Sullivan
is laid up with a split thumb and
Davies came in from left field and
played short. He played a remarka-

bly good game, considering the fact
that he has not had any infield prae-
tice this year. Snow took his plae-
in left and Mohr played right, bu.
was succeeded by Miller in the sev
enth inning.
The team batted well, getting eight
hits off from Adkins. Lunn got two,
singles and a two-bagger out of four
times at bat, while Snow made two.
singles out of three times up.
Beloit put up some of the best
bunting that has been seen here this
year, and never failed to advance
their man. Two men scored from
third on bunts.
HANDICAP SHOOT.
Gun Club to Hold a Big Shoot To-
morrow.
The Gun Club will hold its annual
handicap shoot tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock at their grounds on
South State street. About fifteen
men will enter in the shoot and the
result promises to be very close. The-
handicaps will range up to six birds
and any one who has not yet been
out may enter in the shoot with this.
liberal handicap. The scratch men
will shoot 25 birds.
There will be two prizes, the first
of 300 shells and the second of 150.
The handicapping has been based on
the averages for the season and is
given below:
AVERAGES. HANDIcAP.
Bailey....... 19 -..... - .... 25
Collins.... 18-.. - 25
Flansburg..... 18 ........ - ........ 25
Freer 17 1. 21
Norton ..... 17 ..... 1 ..26
Whittlesey... 17 ....... -. ........ 26
James.......... 17 ....... 1 ........ 2G
Collum......... 16 ........ 2 ........ 27
Oliver.......16.....2 ...27
Soule........... 15 ........28........27
Cooley--.--14-- -.4....-29
Reighard...... 13 ........ 5 ........ 30
'turner......... 13 ........ 5 ........ 30
All other....... - ........ C6 -........31
The drawing for the remaining
class games was made yesterday
afternoon, '01 d. was the lucky team
and drew the bye. The. '00 1. and
the '02 m. will play Saturday morn-
ing at the athletic field at 9 a. m.
Both teams are playing in champion.-
ship form and a good game is
guaranteed. The rivalry between
the two teams is intense and a large
crowd of rooters will be out to yell
for their team. The winning team
will play '01 d. next Wednesday.
Annual Reception.
The Students' Christian Associa-
tion gives an informal reception this
evening in Newberry Hall to Profes-
sor D'Ooge and the Board of Trus-
tees. Dr. D'Ooge, who is President
of the Board, goes to Europe on a
year's leave of absence immediately
after cbmmencement, so that the an-
nual reception is especially in his
honor. Faculty and friends and
members of the Association are cor-
dially invited. The reception is from
eight to ten, and is wholly informal.
Watch Goodspeed's advertisement
in Saturday's DAILY.

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