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June 21, 1899 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1899-06-21

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Pubished 'Daly (Sndyecepted) dring the
College yea, ac
Olomz: The Inlad Pes, Htenig Block.
Both lPhoe 17.
The Past Season in Baseball.
Tile baseball seasol which has
just closed has1 beenl the most suc-
cessful one Miclhigaln ever had, tk-
lng into cosideration tie Iumber of
games wonI and also the excellent
financiali showing made.
Followilng the successful plan of
the year before, Mlichigan inaugu-
rated her seaoso this yeir with a
series of games with a teaml~ from a
professional league. Last year our
opponenlts were the Baly City teaml of
tile Internaltionall Leagie, but this
year thle Toledo teaii of teIter-
State League, a miucli faster orga-.
ization, was engaged. Tell games
were scheduled, but owing to ilnleull I
ent wetther only four were played,
of whichi tile 'Varsity woon tiree.
With this scanty practie the
'Varsity started oii its annu~lal srig
trip. 1'I'ie first Hanie scedulnled was
with Il lilois at Chiamlpaign,ht Irinl
preveteds, anid the 'Varsiy Iwet Io
Beloit where they w011 by at score of
4 to 1. 'Thcy were beaten ill both
games withl the Mlwau111ketem lan~ld
also ill the first galic withl Wiscon
sill' ht rdeemledl tbemlseles nobly
by defeatinlg Wisconsinl 21 to 1 in
the lext galle and heatig te strong
Notie Daiie teaiiIoil the dlay follow
Usnfortunately tie 'Varsity took a
slumplifnl the first gnile after t he
spring trill and(1Iinii~s seemuel to
lineno11 troiuble illdeeutig11s by a
52s10e(f 7 to 3in l a giime Imiark d b
siharp) fieldingo1til e prt of Ilinois
and wretcedeworklel fy the 'Varsity.
Bat thl 'V'airsity ricolveredl fromllit
hllilnp ibeforete 1n lext gugle 111111de
featedIlilinoisiy ti Iscore 'f 2 to 1,
in one of i liespretiest tell ininlg
giamles evl-rwitiessedl on a CIlege
ediamlonid. A fer this victryy irlo-
gilllstck wetillcoisierlbly 1111
least split eveii withI Illinois. Bot
whut was everyonle's srprise wh Ie
the 'Varsiiy defeatedl Illinois ill
bothl giames on11the ltter's Ihomle
groun~ds by sores of 4 to 3 aid
4 to 2. Thie llhiioodoo ad iat lst beei
brolkenl and lMihiganll haidefetedt
Illinolis. 'The \icOtlillgains at
Detrokitlew a lrge cr~wilul
Michiganl won11tie tiird slnd decid-
iag gamie iftie series with tle
Badgers, byitI score of 6 to 1. 'Ilic
gale s 1atfiml d 1o 11ile limb' fll
title of ''VesterlI Camplios,''a
Illinlois defeatedi (fiicginllthree
gam~les ot of fiir. 11h0 followig
Thursday we crossed hats wiho Be-
loft anud, cotrary Ill general expec-
tation, e wefe ldefeltedl 4 tl 1.
Overcoilfidenice and Adins fine
pitching did tie trick.
Thlen followed tie Eastern trip, illI
wihich tile 'Varsity was sccessful
beyonid our fusnest hlopes. Three
gaimes were played with Cornell, La-
fayette and1 Pensylvania. tree of
tihe best teamns in tie east. Of these
we won two, defeating Cornell and
Pennsylvania and losing to Lafay-
ette in a game ciaracterized more by
our hard tck tian ayting else.
After this successful trip the
'Varsity did not diappint its ad-
mirers, but defeated Notre Dame for
tile secondl tinoe by a score of 7 to 4.
Tovo gam~es remained to bae playedI
with Cornell, one in Ann Arbr and

one at Grand Rapids. But tile 'Var-
needed to clinch the series by defeat- A E i i i~
in~g Co~rnelIt) to 7 in the first garne.
The crowd at tis galme was oiie of WHAT FURNISHINGS YOU NEED.
tile larogest ever seen on 011ts
Fieldi. In tile next game We were You canBu Them No at Reduced Prcs
defeated 10 to 5, Cornell shoin~vlg ByNwarcs
great liking to Lehr's nerves."
Tile thing most gratifying to those
who hlaee follwed Minchigaln's work
dulrinlg the season1 is thait all hler suIc-
cesses Ilave been onSill the face of
mlost discouragiiig hardlulck. The + ++++++ +++"4 +f f
loss oif Vol ',tile disaobling oif Mat.
teson, Snowl, Sulliveanl 11n11Lehr, osi l ao-Liht Wegh eOercoat or af
wereell~elgi t Iolisoonrge 11stStuommer Suit. We still make tile price
teamsl, butt inl spite oif all this tile*+
termo las heein succensfoh and her + righlt on tilat, too.
suncess is 011 thwt acnouint doubly*+
sweet. +***++4*++46+***+,**f++*+*4 +++
'To estimate tile results of tile sea-
001n woul elim lpossible at tile pres.
en~t. Ilhey are sis far-reselling thait
their effects wtill long be felt. Suftfice
it to oily thoat ore havle shlownItflit thin
XVest can compete successfoully wi11111
tile East and11thuat ichinlganl pro-~u
daces telams file eqfials of thuose oftc ' 4 q { q
aiiy othler colege in tile countr.f,.1)

iuI\ trollOATto.l
K (If C. AKERSO, Manager.
I~li,_ A simple,
accurate ted!
IS lliii easily adjiust-
III VII II I ten is fnvool-
I'tII uabls at
A SthitU''Ii elON TEST, and obIviates
this necessity of a score card lot aB ASE
Mande of Aluinum; oeighttloz.
Size of a silvor dollar. Will taot for
years Ui. S. Pat. tFeb.2tst, Canada.
pending. vent to eny address postpaid,
upon no ceipt of notes. 2,5c.
'To stutdents wishing a quick-selling
anid uosefut Ioveimy, to handle dtuing
t hei r voaafon, this wtoultd prove a ml ney-
niaker. 01 uite for terms and prices.
Mt'd by
Pox t014, Pert Hturon, Mich
State Phone '44.
1 ntMrOlleqiate
Bureau 01
Caps, Gowns. ond Hoods made to order
and rented. Also Clanw Canes, Class
flats and Capo, Class College
Pius. Address
WV. C. OLEit. Western Mnegr.,
maskell Mutseum- Unsiv.of Cicaoeg.
A corntiry road tis seooth onsd haord
A elouidle" sky and atademfleetl.
Ntit asttllgirl fer atp dalinoc tald,
1.comiataion iethtshaelito0bra1.
We rent tandems at this followung rates.
Per hsar, 35c far lst heur; 20c per l
hour thereafter.
Forenoon, 7 to 12............. 75c
Afternoon, 12:30 to 6.......75c
Evening. 6:30 to 11........15c
Afternoon and Evening......$1 25
Fall day.....:................. 1 50
M. Staebler's Bicycle Emporium
119 W. Washington St.. Phans, No. 8.

MCCI08COPI C FIN DEN GS. Ileadquanrters fornill Labora-
tory Soitotolies
112 S. MainStrieet. Ann Aroelt ich
.ear a UMI T)? 73CRULTISE tale lac
NEW STEEL The Ctestefectison
PASSENGER itt zitainedisa tonoo
STEAM ERS. felesnclonu Luesnosa ..
COMFORT .5 nishiof, Eacoestsonand
AxnSAFETY. Effcient Semen.
To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
Case Trips per WeekOtiBeteenray nd i II Oevi'eo ReoPe
ToledloDetroit and Mackinac evr a n DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
rTOSsaE, 'THan 555, SI'CE le iore , $1.O tr ,$.5
AD isDULT. Cleeeland, iConetios c$0re x e.Clev lih
sOon RATOS o ctu,..reque Pixti, and Pet-itt-Say 5Eriest Trainsafirea01 pointsEst.South
Return., IludnMel. s,.and,,.0Beh. Ateox...i and Toindo. and Sotwsda Det.roitfr allin ts
Toleo, f0. r;om. Detroit, $st.il.OSunday Trlp e , dole.00, As
Sead aenonlnustrated P 2oph iel IAeI I r ( uOWNItSpebea i OtobOly.0 lomofi
A. A. SCtaseoc. G .a 5l. MCH. DlolS ndtrni LtO,,i OMan
If your Bicycle INeeds QftFINB R O8.
TO BE RPAIEDNew lSlae 'Phane 397
TO BE REPAIRED, No. 113 East Liberty St.
- I R MA 11' ! Manuacsturerof DentalIntruo'ments
Go to B RM N S Spialnsd Floe Machinery.
peilAttention gloes to Bicycle Repairing
WV. Iaslntuptot. A Fall Lion at Bicvcle Sundeies in Stack.
W e are in it Wheit it conaos to BICVCrj.E
e are it 5$L 'O. Sell atty time atid
all the time, not oniy for cycling, blut for other purposes.
Somethinig new. Call and see them at

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