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VOL. VIII. No. 171. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1898 -,PciE-3 CENT .
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Michigan and Illinois Contest
Today at Regents Field.
This afternoon at Regents Field
occurs the dual track and field meet
with Illinois. The latter team arrived
in Ann Arbor yesterday and is quar-
tered at the Cook House. Yesterday
afternoon they took light practice on
the Athletic Field and witnessed the
game with Alma. All their men are in
excellent condition, no injuries having
been received in their meet with Chi-
cago Saturday, and Michigan will un-
doubtedly be given a close rub in all
Although they were badly defeated
by Chicago, it was an off day for most
of the Illinois men and a like repetition
cannot be expected today. Many of
their men rank high in their respective
events, notably Hoagland in the walk.
von Oven in the hammer throw, Moran
in the discus and Jackson in the long
runs. The walk promises to be one of
the hottest events of the meet. Tryon
and Hoagland are closely matched and
a record breaking event may be expect-
ed. The'Michigan man has been on the
sick list lately, but hopes to be in first-
lass shape tomorrow.
Another pretty race ought to be the
half mile run. Both Hayes and Jackson
are in excellent form, but Hayes' record
breaking run rather throws the balance
in his favor. Von Oven, of Illinois, is
conceded the hammer throw, he having
thrown 126 feet at the meet Saturday.
Moran is said to have a mark of 110
feet with the discus, which, if true, will
probably land him winner.
The Michigan team is in first-class
shape, and if it is not their off day
should equal, if not surpass, Chicago's
score. With the exception of- the above
mentioned the advantage is all in Mich-
igan's favor. McLean is in good shape
and ought to land the hurdles easily.
Wood is in fine condition, and if pushed
at all should lower his last year's rec-
ord. Much is expected of Westphal, a
freshman, who has been showing up
wonderfully in the dashes, and if Capt.
Thomas is in shape both first and sec-
ond points ought to go to Michigan.
The team has been trained during the
past two weeks by Dr. Rabethge, who
has taken Cox's place, the latter having
been detained East. He has succeded
in getting the team into its usual f rm,
as the handicap meet last Thursday tes-
Michigan - Thompson, Westphal,
220 yard dash:
Michigan Thompson, Westphal,
Michigan-Webster, McLean, Ayres.
Michigan-Webster, McLean, Ayres,
80 yard run: ,
Michigan-Hayes, Danforth, $pad-
Michigan-Wood, Case, Whitcom,
440 yard run:
Michigan-Teetzel, Thompson, Hatch.
Michigan-Turner, Baldwin, Sproat.
Half mile bicycle:
Michigan-Benett, Jones, Lchr, Dye.
'vichigan-Lehr, Jones, Dye,
Michigan-Dye, Bennett, Harvey.
Illinois-Enochs, von Oven.
Michigan-Adams, Baker, Houghton,
Michigan-Flournoy, Tryon, Wrenn,
Michigan-Runnels, Russell, McLean,
Judge of walking-Fred Thrall, of De-
Starter-John Collins, trainer of D. A.
Field judges-J. De F. Richards,
Duane Stuart and Dr. Smith.
Judges of finish-H. T. Heald, Dr.
Fitzgerald and Mr. Effinger.
Clerk of course-Allen Campbell as-
sistants, S. Stein, Louis Ebel and I.
The collegians from Alma put up an
extremely inferior article of ball yes-
terday, and In the four innings played
were slaughtered by a score of 14 to 2.
Scott pitched for the 'Varsity and al-
lowed only two hits, both of which were
made by Olmstead, the visitors' cen-
ter fielder. In the meantime Sears was
touched up for six safe drives, one be-
ing a three-bagger by Condon., Matte-
son again played at short stop and
played without an error.
The score follows:
InnIngs-....... 1 2134 1 H E
tchgn............I0 1 l a
Batteries - Michigan, Scott and
Two pon;Alma ers a -rlod
S. L. A. Eleotlon to Date.
Owing to a lack of space a full ac-
count of the S. L. A. election was omit-
ted in yesterday's Daily. The nineteen
electors were called to order by the
retiring president, Mr. Sadler. As :oon
as the meeting was started a formal
challenge was filed . against A. C.
Thompson, ' 9D. Affidavits from nine
persons present at the election in the
Dent department were presented, stat-
ing that E. L. Shannon had received a
plurality on the first vote. Mr. Thomp-
son was challenged on the ground that
a plurality only was required to elect
according to the constitution, and that
therefore Mr. Shannon was legally
elected. President Sadler put the mat-
ter to a vote and Mr. Thompson was
declared a legal elector, the eight law
delegates voting to unseat him and all
the rest sustained him.
This vote served asa test of strength
of the cardidates, and so when Mr.
Weinstein nominated J. S. Lathers for
president a law elector seconded hins
and the ballot was cast for Mr. Lathers.
The same was done in the case of toe
other officers. The full list of officers'
elected is as follows:
President-J. S. Lathers, '00 L.
Vice-President-A. C. Thompson, '99
Corresponding Secr.etary--. ., Mc-,
Recording Secretary-S. F. Hodge, '0J
Treasurer-W. S. Durand, '99 M.
Assistant Treasurer-A. J. Bleazby,
Directors-P. W. Voorhies, '00 L, and
J. A. Montgomery, '00 L.
The following four directors hold.
over, thus completing the board for.
W. H, Blackburn. '98 L; C. W. Whit-
ney, '99 E; Douglass, Phar., and D. LI
Harris, '0 M.
Unity Club Lecture.
The Unity Club lecture course was
closed last night by Dr. W. B. Bins-
dale, dean of the Homeopathic Medical
College, on the subject "The Can'ger:
to Our Army from Disease in Case t
an Invasion of Cuba."
The most prevalent diseases men-
tioned were yellow fever, typhoid fever.
small pox, dysentary and malaria; of
these the most dreaded by thie sol-
diers is the yellow fever, which at th
present time is very prevalent in Cuba:
The precautions which should be tak
en by every soldier are to avoid alct
hol, all the native fruits excep The
lemon and all pastry. Cold dik o
ice cream should be let alone. N' sbev
erage should be taken except hot-water
or coffee. The diseases which wl.dej
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Sporting Goods of all kinds.
Base Ball Suits made to order.
rices ar right.
Only first and second places will
count, Illinois not having three men in
many events. The bicycle races will be
run off at the fair ground track dur.
ing the early part of the meet and the
results will be announced at the field.
Events will begin prcmptly at 4:15 and