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May 09, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-05-09

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICH[GAN DAILY.

Published Daly (Sunays excepted) during
- the College year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MCIGAN
Orric: Times building 29 s. Main St.
Telephone (New State) 109.
MANAGING EDITOR
..J. F. TOxAs, 'IS L.
BUQSINESS MANAGR
. H. HANS'0 L.
EDITORS.
H. B. SKiLLAN. 9*WL.. Athletics.
E9,L. GESSR, '5 L . ',. R. Woonnow. '58
. EnOffioA. 9. F. D. AA. '98
0. D. HMTowUT,'00 E.. DArong, '8
P. I, loxss, '9. .1H. LUD, '00 M.
A. H. MDouGLL, 101 E.
The subscription price of the Daily isn1.0
for he college year, wth a regular delivery
efore noon each day. Notices. communica-
tions. and othernmatterlntendd or publica-
tion must be handed Is at the Daily office be-
fps;*4 p. imdo mailed to the editor before 3
p. i.. of the day prevos to that on which
Bnbcrl tlooe mayabe lft at The Daily
Ofince. Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newtand, or
with Busess Manager. Subrbers will con-
fer. a favor by re cing promptly at this
office ny failure of carrer,-o deliver paper
The excellent plan of holding student
mas meetings before important games
will be, continued during the baseball
season, the first one to be held tonight
in preparation for the Chicago game.
The result of these meetings in the
past, together with the importancc of
the game to e. played Wednesday,
should draw out a large crowd.
'VARSITY SHUT OUT.
* (Continued from First Page.)
None reached first ae.
Michigan went out -an usual In the
net, but Ilnois took advantage of er-
rors and brought in another tally. Mc-
Gill scratched, a hit and while Fulton
wan striking out, stole second. He was
almost instantly caught napping and
Miller threw him out. Johnson then
reached first on Lunn's error. A balk
by Miller advanced him to second and
an error put him on third. Shuler hit
to Gilbert, who fumbled, and Johnson
scored.
The fifth was a repetition of the pre-
ceding innings an tar an 'Michigan was
concerned. Ilinois in her half, su-
combed to Miller's prowess. Three
strike-outs in this inning inthe record.
The 'ninth, after two were out, saw
McGinnis gather in Michigan's only hit.
Davies was then -sent to bat _in Matte-
Mon's place, and proved easy.
An audience only fair in numbers
witnessed the game, and failed to dis-
play much enthusiasm. The U. of M.
band was there and did all it could to
- add to the afternoon's pleasure.
The summary:
MICHIGAN.
A B. RM.O. A.
Cooley.2lb.......2. 0 0. 2 1t0
Gilbert, ss. ......... 3 0 0 1 0 1
Lsnn, c... ..:... 4 0 0 10 0 1
Condon, b....... 4 0 0-6 0 0
utler, rf. .......... 4 0 0 2 0 1
Wof, 3b. .......... 4 0 I 0 0 1
McGnni,m........ 3 0 1 3 0 0
Mateson,f. ....... 3 0 0 0 0 0
;Miller, p .......3I 0 0 0 511
*Daves,m. 1 0 0 "
Totals .....1 0 1 24 6 5
-Batted for Mateson in ninh inning.
ILLINOIS.
A.. . . A.
Fulton, b.......... 3 1 1 2 1 1
Jonson rf.........3I-1 0 0 0 0'
Shuler s. ....4-0 0521'4 1
Winton b....4 40 0 1 1 1
WernhsmIf...4 0 1 0 0 '0
Loi, m. .~'..4 1 1:. 0 0 6
Fluagerb...0 00 2600
Hfazett lb....3 0 0 11 0 0
Mccullum. p. .. 0 0 1 1 6 0
Mc6i111a....... 1 0 1 3, 00
Totals...... 113 5 2 16 3
Innings- 121416759
Mlichg .......00000000-0
itii ..........1 01001 0 .31

Three-base hit-Loin. Stolen baes-
Winston, McGill. Bases on balls-Off
Miller, Fulton, Johnson, Fiesgee; off
McCullum, Cooley, Gilbert. Hit by
pitched ball-By Miiller, McCllum; by
McCullum, Cooley, McGinnis. Struck
out-Hy Miller, Fulton, Shuler, Win.
ston. Wernham, Loin (2), Malett (2),
McCullum, McGill; by McCullum, Gil-
bert, Condon, Miller. Passed balls-
Lun. Balk-Miller. Time of game-
2:00. Umpire-Eagan.
Michigan's neat game will be with
Chicago next Wednesday afternoon.
Os the 21st of the month Illinois will
be met at Champaign in the concluding
game of the series. "
Base Bali Mann Meeting.
The first mass meeting of the base-
ball season will be held tonight at 8
o'clock in the gymnasium to arouse en-
thusiasnm for the game with Chicago
on Wedneaday. The meeting will he
conducted as were those:.of last year.
impromptu speeches being called for
from players and others. Music will
be furnished by the U. of, M. ban..
NOTICE.
Parties having table board or rooms
to rent during the May Festival. will
please leave address at the School of
Music.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES -OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
137, 21, 141 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs and estimates furnished onall work
of this kind.
SAthens __Theatre
SThese are some of tho attrac-
tions we have booked for next
WeilburOpera Co. $
Eletrician.
Prisoner of Zenda. $
Under the Red Robe.
$Sol Simith Rum' el$
Heart of Maryland.,$
And many .othcers equally as
goo $

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Our assortment of Suits at $15Xt0, $16.00 and, $18.0
was newer better. We can give you light and dark
effects, rough or smoothl goods=Havu't epace- enough
to give you a description of ;every good quality they
have. Come in and let us show you what stylish cloth-
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