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VOL. IX, No. 188. ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1899. THREE CENTS.
G. H. W ILD CO. Michigan Now Has the SeriesM
The Cornell team went down in B
Will announce that we have now defeat yesterday before the 'Varsity G
by a score of 10 to 7. The largest N
received our Spring and Summer crowd of the season turned out to H
Woolens. Our stock for the ineom- cheer the team to victory. A large D
number of town people attended,
ing season is the largest we have ever due to the fact that the stores all
shown, is exclusive and confined, inc a bleatacies re paced an t de
both foreign and domestic goods, and crowd spread out into the rigtfield, M
. . but luckily only one hit succeeded C
is composed of the best fabrics in in reaching that part of the field. All
every line that can be obtained. We of the available carriage space was 5
occupied and tally-ho parties were ii t
carry the largest line of Woolens in evidence The crowd was enthusi. P
the city. We invite you to call and astic and applauded all good plays y
inspect the same. The game started out rather
unauspicosly for Michigan as
Costel scored two runs in the
fit half of the first inning. Mur-N
G H W ILD CO taugh drew a base on balls, Miller I
108 E. Washington St , reached first on fielders choice, Mur-n
taugh dying at second. Young fol-a
ANN ARBOR. lowed with a three bagger scoring r
Miller and scored himself a moment s
PHOTOGRAPHIC later on Bole's grounder to Blencoe.
Michigan soon overcame the lead.
DARK ROOM. McGinnis waited for four balls and
fitd stole second, Snow bunted safea
acommodious photographic Miller drew a base, McGinnis scored
dark room, complete with on a wild pitch and everybody movedh
trays, lights, etc., and offer pr
its se to the public free of up a base. Fles~er cracked out a
char e. Anything needed nice single and Snow and Miller s
in the line of supplies, or tallied, making the score 3 to 2 in
chemicals we would be favor of Michigan. Cornell was
pleased to furnish, blanked in the second, but the 'Var- I
S lci sity added three more. McGinnisu
GILDR SPH was hit on the foot, Snow againa
bunted safe and the two executed ae
double steal. Miller made a hitr
For ten Days from June 1 scoring McGinnis and Snow scoredc
PIPE SALE-All Pipes Sell- on Flesher's bounder to Murtaugh. f
ing Below Cost. Lunches, Soda Both sides failed to reach home plate
Water, Flops and Soft Drinks. in the third.
R. E. JOL LY & co.. Iss the fourth Newetoss reached first
308 So. State Street. oi Matteson's error, Brown hit to1
center, Johnson flew out to Sullivan,t
Newton scoring on the play. Daugh-(
erty walked, Murtaugh singled andf
SL IDES and I rown scored. In the sixth Micli.
gan added four more runs. Davies
COVERS. drew a base, Blencoe went out frosno
short to first, Johnson threw Mc-
Giunis' grounder over first, scoring
Green Slides...........40c gross Davies, and repeated the play osi
White ...........60 Snow's bounder, scoring McGinis.
% No. 1 covers.........85c oz. Flesher singled and McGinnis slidI
3 No. 2, sq.covers......55c oz. safely home. Lunn also singled,
Boxes for 100 slides....30c scoring Flesher, but died on second.
Ii the eighth Mateson madea
We will Meet Any Price. prettystop of Newtons grounder,
but failed to get him at first. Brown
Calkins' Pharmacy -sacrificed. Blencoe fielded Johnson's
grounder, but no one covered first
HIT TH E BALL! andle was safe, Newton scoring.
ohson scored a moment later on
You can't do it without a Murtaugh's lit. Cornell added an-
"LOUISVILL'E SLUGGER" BAT. other is the nisth through an error
Neither can you play a winning and fielder's choice, ending the game
game of TENNIS without a 10 to 7 in favor of the 'Varsity.
WRIGhT & DITSON RACKET. MICHIGAN.
A. i. . P.O. A. E.
Our Stock is complete and McGinnis, c f.....3 3 0 0 0 0
or prices are right. Snow, 1 f..........5 3 2 1 0 0
Miller, p.........4 2 1 0 1 2
Flesher,3..... 4 1 2 2 5 0
W A ullvan rf.....3 0 2 1 0
Matteson, 2b......4 0 1 1 3 1
ANN ARBOR Davies, s s........2 1 0 0 4 1
Up rown Down Town Blencoe, 1b........4 0 0 15 0 0
State st. Opp. CourtHoue
iain S 31 10 8 2hl* 1 4
A.B 5R . P.O. A. E.
urtaughb. ... 0 2 6 0 1
fillerf... 4 1 0 2 1 0
oung, p..........5 2 1 1 4 0 o
ole, 1 f...........5 0 1 3 0 0l
enger,c.........5 0 1 2 2 05
ewton,rf.......4 2 0 3 0 0f
rown, 3b. 5 1 2 1 2 1
ohnson, es......4 1 0 1 2 2]
'augherty, 2b....3 0 1 5 0 0
38 7 8 24 11 4
*Dougherty bunted out.
Score by innings:t
Innings-.....12 34 5 678 9 C
lichigan.........3 3 0 0 0 4 0 0*-10 T
ornell............2 0 0 2 0 0 4 2 1- 7
Bases on balls--By Miller 3, by Youngj
. Hit by pitcher- McGinnis, Mur-
augh. Wild pitch--Young 2. Double
lay-Flesher to Matteson to Blencoe.
Miller to Johnson. Three base hit-- 1
oung. Umpire-A. Latham. Attend-.
NOTES ON THE GAME. l
The feature of the game was1
Michigan's base running and bunt-t
ng in which they far excelled Cor-t
sell. Snow bunted safely twice and
bunt never failed to advance thel
unner. McGinnis' base running
as a brevelation, he having five
;tolen bases to Iis credit.
Flesher played an excellent gamet
t third base having two put outs1
ive assists and no errors and some of;
sis chaces were hard mean bounders.c
Davies also did good work at short1
The seventh inning was decidedly
Blencoe's as he put out the three men
unassisted, catching two pop flies
and one slow grounder. Miller got
even with him in the same inning by'
robbing him of a hit by a difficult
catch of a line drive that looked good
or three bases.
Michigan executed a snappy
double play in the third inning.
Flesher stopped a fast grounder,
threw to second and Matteson by
quick work caught the runner at
first by ten feet.
At the end of the sixth inning the
bleachers set up the yell:
What's the Score! What's the Score!
Michigan 10; Cornell 4.
When Newton's men came in dur-
lng the eighth they changed it to
Goodness Me! Sake's Alive
Michigan 10; Cornell 5.
And at the close of that mining
they acted scared because the cry
Judas Priest! This' a fix!
Michigan 10; Cornell .
Director Baird announces the fol-
lowing schedule for next year in
football. Every Saturday is filled
except the second one.
Sept. 30, Ypsilanti at Ann Arbor.
Ot. 7, Open.
".11, Adelbrt at Ann Arbor.
14, Notre Dame at Ann Arbor.
" 21, Alumni at Ann Arbor.
28, Illinois at Champaign.
Nov. 4, Virginia at Detroit.
11 11, Pennsylvania at Philadel-
Nov. 18, Case at Ann Arbor.
25, Kalamazoo at Ann Arbor.
30, Wisconsin at Chicago.
. of M. Man Groom of First Ameri-
can Wedding in Manila.
The DAILY is in receipt of number
une volume one of Freedom, pub-
lished in Manila. The paper, dated
Manila, May first, just reached Ann
Arbor last Monday. It was sent by
Lieut. R. W. Means, 1st Col. ex.
It contains an account of the first
American wedding in Manila, being
hat of Miss Mabel Seppie MGoff,
it Portland, Oregoppand Lieut.
Platt, second Oregon infantry. Miss
McGoff is a graduate of Ohio State
University. Mr. Platt, the son of
Judge Win. 11. Platt, of Grand
[sland, Nebr., is a graduate of the
law department of the University of
Michigan. Previous to his enlist-
ment he was successfully practicing
his profession in Portland. He is at
present Acting Judge Advocate of
the Court Martial of Manila, a posi-
tion of great responsibility, requiring
a thorough knowledge of every
branch of the law.
IDHf or Grand Rapids.
The baseball nine, together with
the Cornell nine, and accompanied
by a large and enthusiastic crowd of
rooters, left this morning at nine
o'clock for Grand Rapids, where the
last game of the season will be played
this afternoon with Cornell. Both
teams are in fine trim, and the game
today will probably be the most hard-
fought of any. The batting order
of both teams will remaim the same
as in yesterday's game, with the ex-
ception of Lehr, who will occupy the
box for Michigan. Young will start
in to pitch for Cornell, and will be
replaced by Bole later in the game.
This will be Young's fifth game this
A special train will leave Grand
Rapids after the game, at 7:30 p. m.
The team will return on this train.
Cornell goes to Oberlin, where they
play Monday the last game in their
schedule this season.
Plan to Change Athletic Field.
It is reported that Superintendent
Hemphill, of the D. Y. & A. A.
railroad is in favor of the Athletic
Association selling their present
grounds and purchasing a half inter-
est in the fair grounds. Superinten-
dent Hemphill will pay $1000 to the
association if they will do this. With
the proceeds tie grounds could be
put in first class shape. Theahalf
mile track could e imiproved and a
cinder track built.
It is understood that the Board of
Directors is strongly opposed to any
such move and will not think of such
an arrangement. In fact the board
has authorized the expenditure of
$100 for putting in a complete sys-
tem of drainage this summer, which
the diamond greatly needs at present.
The board will endeavor to get the
street railway company to run a
branch out to the field as such a
move would e a profitable one.
Be sure to get the Victors before
you go home.