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VOL. IX, No. 181. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1899. FIvE 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.
G. H. WILD CO.'
108 E. Washington St ,
ANN ARBOR.
PHOTOGRAPHIC
DARK ROOM.
We have recently fitted up
a commdious photgraphic
dark room, complete with
trays, lights, etc., and offer
ita use ts ths public free of
charge. Anything needed
in the line of supplies, or
chemicals we wuld e
pleased to furnish.
WILDElR'S PIAOY
For ten Days from June 1
PIPE SALE-All Pipes Sell-
ing Below Cost. Lunches, Sds
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.
l No. 2, sq. covers......55c 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 winning
game of TENNIS without a .
WRIGHT & DITSON RACKET.
Our Stock is complete and
or prices are right.
WAHR'5
ANN ARBOR

CORN ELI
DOWNED!
By Michigan's Hard Hitting. Few
Errors. Miller Makes Four
Hits. Won in Tenth,
Michigan defeated Cornell at Ithaca
today in an almost errorless game. The
feature of the game was the hard hit-
ting of both teams. Michigan won the
game by superior hitting at critical
times, bunching their hits so as to make
every one count. Miller led the hitting,
securing a triple, double and two sin-
gles in four times at bat. The score is
given by innings below:
FIRST INNING.
McGinnis started the game with a hit.
Snow struck out. Miller mlakes a single
to left field. Flesher flied out to right.
Lunn put out at first by first baseman,
unassisted.
Cornell goes out in one, two, three or-
der.
SECOND INNING.
Sullivan hit .to third, went out at first.
Davies out on a hit to center. Matteson
fans.
First Cornell man goes out second to
first. Next man up get's to first on hit
iby a pitched ball. Second out on a hit
to Snow and third out on a fly to Sul-
livan,
THIRD INNING.

Saunders out on short hit fielded from
Miller to Blencoe. Genger given base
by Miller. Stratton brings in two runs
by a two-base hit. Last man out from
Davies to Blencoe. Score--Michigan 5,
Cornell 5.
EIGHTH INNING.
Matteson singles. Double play throws
out Matteson and McGinnis. No score.
Cornell-Johnson out from Miller -to
Blencoe. Newton ou.t Lunn to Blencoe.
Murtaugh draws a base on ball's and
steals second. Miller (C) hits for two
bases. Next man follows with a single
scoring two runs. Saunders out Miller
to Blencoe.
NINTH INNING.
Snow draws a base on balls. Miller
makes a two-base hit and Snow scores.
Cornell's center fielder makes a pho-
nomenal catch of Flesher's lon f ly.
Lunn singles. A bad throw to third
allows Miller to score. Sullivan threw
out at third. Davies out.
Cornell-Enigers out to McGinnis.
Stratton out from Davies to Blencoe.
Brown draws a base on balls and is
forced out. Score 7 to 7.
TENTH INNING,
Matteson singles. Blencoe gets a base
on balls. MeGnns flies out to short.
Snow singles, scaring Matteson. Snow
caught off first. Blenicoe steals third.
Miller put out.
Cornell-Murtaugh went out friom
Davies to Blencoe. Next man nakes a
wo-bose hit. Second out -n a fly.
Runer thrown out at third.
Score-Mirhigan, 8; Cornell, 7.
Bats:es - Michigan, Miller ana
Lunn; Corr ell, Young and fGenger.
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Blencoe gets hit by 'pitched ball and uo .. .. UUU oU3 eVU-7
steals second. McGinnis hits safe and Three base hit-Miller. Two-base hits
steals second. Snow flies out, scoring -Miller, Cornell 4. Singles-McGinnis
Bencoe. Miller finds Young for a 3, Miller 2, Lunm 3, Sullivan 2, Snow 2,
long hit for three baes and scores Me- Flesher 1; Cornell 5. Struck out-By
McGinnis. Miller c'omes home on Flesh- Miller 2; by Young, Snow (2), Matteson,
er's single. Lunn bunts out. Sullivan McGinnis. Stolen bases-Blenmce 2, Mc-
follows with a single, bringing Flesher Ginnis, Cornell 2. Bases on balls-Off
home. Matteson flies out. Miller 5, off Young 2. Hit by pitched
First Cornell man strikes out. Next ball-By Miller 2, by Young, Blencoe,
man flies out to Sullivan. Third out Matteson.
from Flesher to Blencoe.
FOURTH INNING. Masonic Club Banquet.
McGinnis and Snow strike out. Blen- The U. of M. Masonic club held its
coe lies out to right field. annual election of officers for the en-
Cornell out one, two, three, suing year at their club rooms, 326 S.
FIFTH INNING. State st., last evening. The following
Lunnsod Sullivan single bit die on officers were chosen: President, S. H.
bases. Neal threemn out n regular Van Horn, '00 L., Three Rivers; vice-
order. president, A. R. Adams, '00 M., Peotone,
Cornell number ne strikes out; num Ill.; secretary, W. C. F. Kiniltz, '00, La-
bor two sent customary fly out; ISua- peer; treasurer, S. R. Eaton, '00 M., De-
ber wo ent ustimar fi outto ul-troi~t; board of directors (student -body),
livan. Next man out at first on a short Jl boardbofdiectors (stdent boay
hit fielded irlby Miller. J. P. Danbridge, '00 L., Dallas Texas;
J. H. Hays, '01 M., Ogden Centre; W.
SIXTH INNING. H. Deibridge, '01 Dent., Greeley, Col.;
Matteson flies out. BIencoe follows F. D. Tower, '00 E., Jackson; C. M. Line,
suit. McGinnis hits safe for one bag. '00 L., Sidney, Ohio; (members of facul-
Snow does likewise and Miller follows ty), Drs. Carrosw, Dorrance, Hinsdale
suit with a third single, scoring McGin- and Prof. B. M. Thompson.
nis. Flesher goes out from short to The following new members were
first. elected to membership: W. R. Moss, '99
Cornell's first batter goes out to L.; L. D. Fite, '01 E. The reports of the
Flesher to Blencoe. Saunders singles. secretary and treasurer showed the club
Genger gets his base on being hit by to be in a prosperous dondition. It was
Genr gdecided to keep the rooms now occu-
ballsand Stratton draws araem on pied for the coing year.
balls, Two singles earn three runs. A banquet followed the meeting.
Johnson out Miller to Blencoe. Last About 50 members and their friends
victim flies out. were served. After the inner man had
been satisfied, cigars were passed and
SEVENTH INNING. T. A. Conlon, '00 L., was chosen toast
master. Speech-making was indulged
Lunn out from short to first. Sulli- in until midnight. The following gen-
van out from third to first. Davies put tlemen responded: President Van Horn
out at first on line grounder, ex-President Dye, Prof. Johnson, J. E
For ornllMacaughdre a oosBoat, Dr. Kinyon, A. C. Hooit, J.,BH
For Cornell, Murtaugh drew a base Danridge and L. S. Arnold.
on balls. First victim out at first on a Mr. Beal spoke of his resent trip into
ground hit to Davies. Young singles. the interior of Cuba to illustrate that

wherever civilization may be found,
there also will be found Masonic lodges.
The Spaniards in overrunning the
country had laid some of tie lodge
buildings in ruins. On visiting the
homes of some of the natives, Mr. Beal
found the implements and regalia of
the craft there being carefully taken
care of until new meeting places could
be provided. Some of it was scorched
and charred, showing how near it had
came to destruction. Mr. Beal offered
to buy some of the pieces to bring home
to the Ann Arbor lodges as relics, of-
fering prices that would have enabled
thenm to have bought new furnishings.
utt they could not be prevailed upon to
part with the things that to them were
so dear, and around which so many
pleasant memories were gathered.
BARRETT ASSAULTED.
Michigan Men Hissed bu Chicago.
Dirt Decisions Gace Chi-
cago a Strong Lead.
Michigan lost the Western Intercol-
legiate meet today, Chicago winning.
Chicago displayed the most dirty, in-
sulting, unsportsmanlike condut ever
seen at a similar collegiate event. The
decisions all went against Michigan,
Every Michigan man was hissed by
Chicago rooters as he appeared.
Michigan's best men felt down. But
she secured a number of unxpectei
seconds and thirds.
The crowd was large at the meet.
The track was in very bad shape, ac-
counting for the low records made.
Michigan received a dirty deal all
the way through the meet at the hands
of the officials and crowd. "Peetzel was
set back on the mark and won a close
second anyway. Westfali won third in
the 100 yard dash and it was not al-
lofwed. Chicag rooters assautel Bar-
rett as he was leaving the track becae
he would not allow Maloney to cut in-
side and get the pole. Stagg got the
judges to give Maloney the race be-
cause he was not allowed to get the
pole.
MILE RUN-Smith, Chicago, first;
Wood, Michigan, second; Conger, Mich-
igan, third. Time-4:39 4-5.
OUARTER-MILE RUIN-Slack, Chi-
cago, first; Teetzel, Michigan, second;;
Thompson, Michigan, third. Time-53.
DISCUS THROW - Powers, Notre
Dame, first; distance, 117 ft. 111/2 in.;
Lehr, Michigan, second; distance, 117
ft. 11 in.; Cochems, Wisconsin, third.
ONE HUNDRED YARD DASH-
Burroughs, of Chicago, first; Corcran,
Notre Dame, second; Jones, Northwest-
ern, third. Time-10 sec. Westfall's
third not allowed.
:SHOT PUT-Powers, of Notre Dame,
first, distance 40 ft. 5 in.; Lehr, of
Michigan, second; Eggeman, of Notre
Dame, third.
POLE VAULT-Powers, of Notre
Dame, and Herschberger, of Chicago,
tied for first; Booth, of Northwestern,
third. Heght10 ft. 8 5/in.
HIGH JUMP-Lewis, of Iowa, and
Powers, of Notre Dame, tied for first;
Flournoy, of Michigan, third. Height-
5 ft. 11 in.
220 LOW HURDLES-McLean, Michi-
gan, first; O'Dea, Wisconsin, second;
Trude, Chicago, third. Times-2 2-5.
HALF-MILE RUN-Maloney, Cl
I cago, first; Sturgeon, Northwestet
second. Ttme-2:06.
Program party tonight at Mrs. Gre
ge's.
220 YARD DASiH-Burroughs, Chi.
cago, first; Cororan, Notre Dame,
second; McGowan, Wisconsin, third.
''me-2:24.
t l Continued on Page 4.

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