VOL. IX, No. 183.
ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1899.
G. H. W ILD CO. The 'Varsitt Loses to Lafayette.
In the second game of the eastern
Will anuounce that we have nowYtrip the 'Varsity was beaten yester-
day by Lafayette, 4 to 2. Lehr
received our Spring and Summer pitched elegant ball, and it was only
in the seventh that the home team
Woolens. Our stock for the incom- could do anything with him.
ing season is the largest we have ever Currier opened this inning with a
single, but was forced at second by
shown, is exclusive and confined, in Catterall. The latter went to second
.tfa on Rile's single and both were ad-
both foreign and domestic goods, and vanced to third by the present of four
is composed of the best fabrics in balls to Lauer. With the bases full
.b oand one out, Chalmers hit an easy
everyline that can be obtaied. We one to Davies at short, which afford-
carry the largest line of Woolens in ed an opportunity to retire the side
on a dogble play, but lie let the ball
the city. We invite you to call and slip through his fingers and Catteral
the sscored. Singles by Bray and Nevins
inspecte s scored three more before the next two
inen went out.
G. 0ILH W CO , Michigan's first ron came in the
. . O <ihgnsfrtrncrei h . second after Sullivan struck out-.
Matteson singled and stole second.j
108 E. Wiasuiugtom St , Davies struck out, Blencoe singled
ANN ARBOR. and Matteson scored. Blencoe beiig
thrown out at secoiid. The Wolver-
ines were retired in one, two, three
PHOTOGRAPHIC order till the sixth when, with two
DARK ROOM. out, Snow hit for two bases and scored
on an error by Currier, which gave
We have recently fitted up Flesher a life at first. The battle was
a commodious photographic be.tweeiithe pitchers with hoiors
dark room, complete with
trays, lights, etc., and offer about even. Nevins struck out seven
its use to the public free of Wolverines, while Lehr struck out
charge. sinything needed nine, but marred his record by giving
in the line of supplies, or t srcr y0en
chemicals we would be three bases on balls. Michigan plays
pleased to furnish. Pennsylvania tomorrow in Philadel-
ni nn nphia.
WILDER'S llRI Y The following was the score:
AB. R. H. P.O. A.
McTinnis,ic f.........4 0 1 0 0
For ten Days from June 1 Snow, 1f..........4 1 1 3 0
SFlesher,3b.. . 4 0 0 1 2
PIPE SALE-All Pipes Sell- Lunn, c...........4 0 0 8 1
igBelow Cost. Lunches, Soda Sullivan, r f......3..... 0 0 0 0
Water, Flops and Soft Drinks. Matteson, 2b..........3 1 1 2 4
Davies, s s............3 0 0 0 1
R. E. JOLLY & CO., Blencoe,1b............3 0 1 10 0
308 So. State Street. Lehr, p ---...3 0 0 0 1
Change in Harvard Medical Course.
At a recent meeting of the Facul-
ty of the Harvard Medical School,
radical and far-reaching changes
were made in the course of study.
In the future, a plan known as the
Concentration System, which has
been adopted to some extent by
Johns Hopkins Uiversity, will be
followed with respect to the work of
the first two years. Instead of a
student's carryimg four or five
courses through the year, with an
average of three lectures every week
in each course, he will take up for
one-half year one branch of the
study of mediciie, pursuing his i n
vestigations into all the allied sub-
jects. At the end of that half-year
he will take an examination, and for
the rest of the year study a inew
branch or group of subjects.
A Finished Graduate.
Miss Minnie Lucile Matern of
Sandusky, 0., gave her graduation
recital last evening in Frieze Memor-
ial Hall. Miss Matern showed her-
self a finished performer on the vio
lin and was rewarded with frequent
applause from the audience. Her
bowing in the different passages of
the Scene de Ballet was most ex-
cellent, while ii all her numbers she
gave a fine interpretation of the
music. Miss Matern is to be com-
plimented for the faithful work
which her performance showed. The
Sonata G. minor.............Tartini
Presto non troppo
Largo Allegro commodo.
Suite No. III............... Franz Ries
Adagio non troppo -
Andante commodo Gondoliera.
Fantaisie Scene de Ballet.......de Beriot
Air (on G string)..............Bach
STUDENTS IN CAMP.
Making a Triangular Surre .;
Carp Lake--Camped Near
The following, most of them iem-
bers of the junior engineer class o
the University of Michigan are
camping on the east shore of Carp
Lake, about a mile south of Bing-
F. N. Bradles, S. 1'. Cobb, C. I.
Davis, B. C. DickermanE . J. Ells-
wotth, D. G. Fisher, H. W. Gil-
iiore, A. Grabenstein, H. D. Hart-
ing, E. E. Krremers,0 . M. Leland
F. H. Loud, W. B. Maurice, F. N
Nellis, A. f. St. John, J. J. Walser,
C. M. Waters, C. E. Young, J. G.
Young. They are all in charge of
J. B. Davis, professor of geodesy
and surveying, and four assistants,
E. C. Hall, F. C. Hannan, G. D.
McNaughton and L. E. Seas.
The boys are engaged on a triang-
ulation survey of the lake and in.
running a line of railroad down the
east side of the lake continuing the
work where it has been left by pre-
vious parties. The triangulation
work is platted and a map made and
on the railroad the work is carried
on as in practice up to the actual
point of construction.
This work is part of the work is,
surveying in the university and has
been given in this region for several
years, the different parties ha ving
started at the northern end of the
lake and working down. During
the month in camp the different
members of the class learn to put in.
practice what they have learnedi is
the class room during the year.-
Traverse City Eagle.
Dean Hutchins Wanted.
The Chicago Times-Ilerald has the
following dispatch in today's i0sue:
DES MtOINES, June 4.-The regents
of the state university meet in o wa
City Tuesday, and will again consider
the question of selecting a president,
though it is not certain that an electie
will result this week. It is the regular
meetingat commencement time, an
the coner s1oncof the nexy olege
building will be laid.
The regents are still hoping that Dear
Hautchin, of the University of lichi-
"an, wili acce , and they have offere
him $8,000 a year salary. If he does not
ecept, nothing is certain. Chancellor
McLean, of the Nebraska State Uni-
versity tasv school, DeanB irge, of the
University of Wisconsin, and Chancel-
lor Emlin McClain, of the law depart-
mont of the State Univerity of ow
are b'eingonsidered. The last name
has been a possibility from the frst,
mle is the athor of numeros law
books and is the annotator othe cie
The regents are well satisfied with the
management of the university by Act-
ing President Amos N. Carrier, and
are in no hurry to elect a new presi-
The "Sorosis" gave a very delight.
ful reception and lawn fete at their
home on Madison st. Saturday even-
ing. The lawn was brilliantly.
lighted with numerous Chine
lanterns, and the house was beauti-
fully decorated with flowers of white
and yellow, being the colors of the
sorority. Music was furnished by a
string orchestra of three pieces.
About 300 guests were present.
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- - - - Tribune :
31 2 4 24 9 Chicago is now intercollegiate
LAFAYETTE. champion. The maroon team yester-
A..0. H. P.0. A.Temro etr
Hile, 2b..........4.212 5 day won an entirely unexpected
Lauer, lb. 4 1 1 3 o victory in the Western intercollegiate
Chalmers, r f. .. 1 0 4 0 games at Ravenswood, scoring 46
Hubey, ..........4 0 1 3 points to Notre Dame's 33, while
Nevins, p..........4 0 1 0 0 Michigan, which had confidently ex-
Howard, 1 f.....4 0 0 0 0 pected to win, came in third with 27
Currier, s s...........2 0 1 2 0 points, and Wisconsin, which had
Catteral, c............4 1 0 7 1 felt confident Friday night of at least
35 4 g 27 l being one, two, was among the 'also
Score by innings: rans."
Innings..........1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Chicago won because its runners,
Michigan ...01 0t0051 0 0 0- 2 through good luck as well as speed,
Lafayette....0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4carried off every run on the program.
Erorsa-Flesher, Davies 2, Corrier.-I the quarter mile an accident al-
Two-base hits-Snowe, Bray. Sacri- 1mtm ure nl nacdn l
fice hit-Catteral. Stolen bases-Mc- lowed Chicago to win the race, and
Ginnis 2, Nevins. First base on balls- in the half .uile it was he decision
By Lehr 3. Hit by pitcher-Currier. of the judges, when a dead heat
Struck out-By Lehr 9, by Nevins 7. wouli have been a more popular
Passed bal-Lunn. Umpire-Harkins. decision and one which, to the spec-
Final Class Game. tators, looked more just.
This afternoon at 4:10, at Regents Michigan's defeat was due to the
Field, the final game in the inter- failure of McLean and Avery to win
class series will be played between their events. Their work was below
the '02 dents and the fresh medics. grade and they lost the meet for
Both teams have been putting up a Ann Arbor.
fast article of ball and a hot game is
assured. An admission price of ten There will be a meeting of the
cents will be charged. During the Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Club in
game the score of the game between Room C, Wednesday evening at 7
Michigan and Pennsylvania at Phila- o'clock, for the purpose of reorgani-
delphia will be announced by innings zation for next year.