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May 11, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERbiTY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

for sale by H. S Dean, H. Souls, C. .
ff . * Hiscock, S. W. Beakes, S. W. :Millard,
Ann Arbor Savings Bank, Sheehan's
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during book store, George Wahr, B F. Watts,
the College year, at Wadhams, Ryan and Reule, Schumach-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. er and Miller.
Orrca: Times building, 329 S. Main St, Prof. Worcester is thoroughly famil-
Telephese (New S'ate) 189.
-(iar with Manila Bay, the scene of Dew-
MANAGING EDITOR y
J. F. THOMAS 00 L. eys great victory, and will give a
~ AAgraphic description of the way in which
BUSINESS SMANAGSEI
o, . HAxs, '00 L. the fight was undoubtedly fought.
sDITORS Prizes For Base Ball Men at Brown
11, B. SitLmAN, '98 L., Athletics.
E..L. GEIsMER, '93L T.R. WoObsOw,'98 President Andrews, of Brown Uni-
F. EoaEnoAa, '98. F. D. EAMAN, '00 versity, has sent to Manager Gaskill
G. D. HuDoUTT, '00 R, S. DANsORTH, '98
P. W. JONEs, 99. C. H. LUND,'00 M. of the baseball team the following:
A. H.McDoUOALL,'01tE. A prize of $50 is hereby offered to
be awarded to that member of the
Brown nine who shall, the present sea-
son, stand highest in a maximum score
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 of 400 points made up as follows: 1. Fi-
f or the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica- delity and punctuality in training and
Slions, and othermatter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be- practice; maximum 100 points. 2. Gen-
lose 8 p.mi.,or mailed to the editor before 3 tiemanliness of conduct on and off the
p. in., of the day previos to that o which
they are expected to a pear. field, at home and away; maximum 100
Subsceriptyos may e left at The Daily points. 3. Team play, as distinguished
office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newtand, or us
with Business Manager, Suberibers will con- from play from individual record; max-
fee a favor y reporeg promptly at thi mum 100 points. 4. Excellence in bat-
ting; maximum 35 points. Fielding;
maximum 35 points, and base running,
There seems to have been a woeful maximum 30 points.
lack of courtesy exhibited at some of The award will be made on the after-

IGolf and Bicycle Cloihes.

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Shirts are substituted
for Sweaters during hot
weather.
50c, 75c, $1.00.

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the ball games this year. There is a
tendency to applaud the misplays of the
opposing teams and to jeer the players,
who should be shown every respect. A
university of our standing ought t;
have sufficient appreciation of the spirit,
in which college sport is conducted to
desist from such practice. We ought
to show visiting teams how we should
like to be treated, and there should be
a feeling of friendly rivalry and a de-
sire to see our team win in a fair and
square game, in which the visitors feel
that it is an honor to be beaten, rather
than to have them go away feeling that
they have been disgraced. It should be
the duty of every loyal student to
frown down any hostile demonstration
of that sort.
Mass Mteeting Last Night.
An enthusiastic mass meeting of the
Athletic Asociation was held last night
in the gymnasium. The object of the
meeting was to arouse interest in the
Chicago game today. At the opening
of the meeting Dr. Carrow, in a neat
speech, presented the cup contributed
by himself to ;he winner of the punting
contest, Mr. Hannan. Speeches were
then. mae by ;President Weinstein,
Coaches Watkins and Clark, Manager
Keith and Miller.
President Weinstein has appointed the
following men yell masters for today's
game: A. C. L. Atkinson, chief; assist-
ants, Bennett, Elbel, Hildner, Eaman,
Page, S. Neal, F. Stephens and Toet-
zel. The assistants are asked to be at
the grounds a short time before the
game is called and receive their badges
from Mr. Atkinson.
Prof. Worcester's Lecture.
The Ann Arbor Light Infantry is
about $200 in debt, and it is sought to
raise this amount and retain the
armory until the boys return
from the front by selling tickets
for the illustrated lecture on the Phil-1
lipine Islands by Prof..Dean C. Wor-
cester at the Athens Theatre this
evening. Tickets are 50 cents and are

noon of Commencement Day.
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