VOL. VIII. No. 155. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1898 PRICE-3 CENT.
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
Patriotism Displayed Last Even-
Patriotism was rampant at the Uni-
versity last night. A monster mass
Nmeetin'g had been called and University
Hal was packed to the doors with an
enthusiastic throng of students and pro-
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fessors. The stage had been decorated
with the national colors, and scattered
in the crowd could be seen Cuban flags
From the time the crowd began as-
sembling there was constant and en-
thusiastic cheering and cries of "Down
with Spain," " Sn to Cuba," " Rmem-
her the Maine," and others.
The platform was occupied by Acting-
President Hutchins, ex-Regent Grov-
enor, Regent Col. Dean, Dean Vaughan,
Dean Hudson, Prof. Stanley, Prof.
Knowlton, Prof. Trueblood and Prof.
Prof. Stanley opened the exercises by
playing the "Star Spangled Banner,"
and "Marching Through Georgia." The
tatter brought the audience to their feet
and started them to singing when the
chorus was reached.
Acting-President Hutchins presided
and made a short introductory address.
"We are assembled to give expression
of our Americanism tonight. War is
always to be deprecated, but there are
times when an appeal must be made
to the arbitrament of the sword, and
this is one of them. All that diplomacy
can do has been done and we are now
launched in the struggle, and there
can be but one result and that is that
America will be supreme. But in this
controversy we must be men and gov-
ern- ourselves. Young men, your first
duty is to be prepared for the struggle.
I hope the time will not come for stu-
dents of Michigan Uni-ersity to go
forth, but should necessity call the stu-
dents will not be found wanting.
'Varsity Wins By a Close Score.
The 'Varsity barely defeated Olivet
yesterday in a hard fought and exciting
game. The score was 7 to 6. The vis-
itors were not as easy as most imagined
they would be and played gamely till
the end. Harris, a pitcher with several
years' experience with Port Huron,
Kalamazoo, Adrian and Tecumseh
teams did the twirling for them and
proved to be the real thing. He did
not allow a hit till the fourth inning,
and only six in all. His support was-
for the most part good. Crampton at
first Paso and Mackey in center did ex-
ceptionally good work.
The work of the 'Varsity was at first
rather listless, but they later woke up
and played in fine form. Work when
on the bases has improved, Gilbert es-
pecially distinguishing himself. Mc-
Ginnis was in the box first for Michi-
gats, but in the fourth inning was re-
placed by Miller. The latter, after
warming up, pitched superbly and at all
tines held Olivet safe. McGinnis, in
the fourth, went into middle field in the
place of Davies.
Olivet scored two runs in the first on
DaVies' error, a wild pitch and three
hits. One ,more came in the third on
a baseo h balls ao tltoshits. One more
srored in the fourth on an error and
too hits. In the fifth the total was
brought up to six, when Hall singled,
Mackey tripled and Davis singled. In
the next four innings no one was able
to make the circuit.
Michigan also scored two in the first,
errors and stolen bases doing the busi-
ness. Gilbert scored in the third
through the grace of an error and his
own thorough work. on the bases. In
the fourth, after two were out. Matte-
teson drew a base on balls, stole sec-
ond, went to third on a passed ball and
scored on Miller's clean single. In the
sixth Matteson made a fine three-bag-
ger to right center and cane in on a
wild pitch. In the eighth Thompson
got to first on four Aild ones, went to
second on Wolf's pretty sacrifice, aid
scored on Matteson's single. With the
score a tie at six, Michigan name to
bat for the last time. Cooley filed out
to center -field. Gilbert walked and
went to second on Condon's base hit.
Gilbert and Condon then executed a
double steal that set the crowd wild.
Butler came to bat and tifted a clean
single over short stop, scoring Gilbert
and winning tlr ie.
--Cooley, Gilbert (2), 'Condon, Butler,
Matteson (2), Mackey (2), Wright.
Double play-Gilbert to Cooley to Con-
don. Bases on balls-Off McGinnis.
Hall; off Harris, Cooley, Gilbert (2r,
Condon, Thompson, Matteson. Hit by
pitched balls-By HBarris, Cooley. Struck
cut-By McGinnis. Terwilliger, Davis;
by Miller, Terwilliger (3), Mlackey, Dav-
is, Wright. Passed balls-Hall 4. Wild
pitches-McGinnis,. Harris. Tme of
Michigan's next game will he with
Northwestern next Saturday anrd
good game may be expected.
Relay Team Leaves.
The 'Varsity.relay team left at 4:58
p. m. yesterday over the Michigan Cen-
tral for Philadelphia, where they will
run Saturday in the great championship
one-mile relay race. The race is held
under the auspices of the University of
Pennsylvania, and the following uni-
virsities will compete: Pennsylvania,
Georgetown, Chicago, Harvard and
Michigan. Michigan's team is com-
posed of Teetzel, Hatch, Thompson,
Hayes and Webster, and was accom-
panied by Manager Campbell and
Trainer Cox. They will arrive in Phi-
adelphia tomorrow and Friday will ex-
ercise on Franklin Field, the scene of
The punting contest for the Dr. Car-
row cup will take place tomorrow at
Regents' Field at 4:15. The prizes are
or exhibition in Sheehan's window on
State street. They are very handsome
and have attracted considerable atten-
tion. The contest bids fair to be very
warm, The war has taken four of the
most promising candidates, so that any
forecast of the winner is impossible.
The judges will be John Duffy, Nate
Duffy and E. P. de Pont. All contest-
ants are expected to be at the field in
their football clothes at 4:00 o'clock
Prof. Knowlton followed with one of- MItI. War Wrinkle.
his characteristic speeches. "I usually l.H. O,. AE.
have apepared to speak to student Cooley, 2b......... 1 1 2 4 l The war number of the Wrinkle will
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bodies on athletics, Put tonight I ap- Condon, 1b,,,,, 4 0; 1 710 make its sapeparance today. In spite
pear not to discuss intercollegiate ath- Huller, ff. , 0 1of the intention of the editors to make
letics, but international athletics. We Wolf, 3b. ..,...... 4 0 0 4 1 0 the Junior Hop number its star issue,
are here not to listen to speeches but Matteso, f.......2 2 2 0 0 1today's issue will be in many respects
O O H ST 6s drawings, editorials and st0r-
to manifest the feeling of loyalty that Miller, p. 2. 3 0 1 1 2 0 the best number yet published. -
moves us. This is war not of conquest, McGinnis, i. and m. 4a0 0 1 1 In line with the general war senti-
A good Base Ball and Bat is just acquisition of territory or of revenge, Totals ............33 7 6 27 12 6 ment, the drawings, editorials andistar-
the thing to develope your but the issue is to be fought under the OLIVET. ies are devoted to patriotic sentiments.
muscles. standard of humanity, that men, women Moore, 2 AB. . H. . A. E. The declaration of war, especially, will
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W and children shall not rot at our very Crampton, tb. .. 5 1 4 16 0 0 be of interest to Wrinkle readers, It
We have every vari~ty from 5c Harris, p. ...... 1 1 0 S 0 i eywl rte rdcin h
1+ doors. War is a horrible thing. We Terwilliger, 3b . 5 0 1 0 1 2 is a very well written production. The
can't all go to war and can't even be Hall, c.. ... 4 1 1 5 1 1 center page, by J. A. Bardin, '99 L, is
Sporting Goods of all kinds. enlisted now, but keep your nerve and Davis, lf.,. 0 0 0 ......0 perhaps the best ever seen in Wrinkle:
go,. slo". Evans, r 5 0 0 0 Not only is the idea original, but it is
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Col. H, S. Dean, of the Twenty-Second -- ---- --. worked out in a most approved artistic
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Michigan, next spoke. "We first as a manner. The other drawings are also
nation took up arms to put down op- 'One out when winning run scored. above standard, and are more nunrer-
pressive taxation, later to cast off the Innings- 1 2 3 4 5 67 ous than usual. The stories are spicy,
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shackles of foul nillion slaves, and to- Olivet ..............2 0 1 -,0 00.-le-and sonmenew talent is isplayed in the
Up Town Down Town . day we are defending s ering, and op- Three-base hits-Mattesonr-,Mackey. Joke columns. Upon the whole, the war
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