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VOL. VIII. NO. 176. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1898 PRICE-3 CENTS.

At Wild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our......
Suitings, Trouserings,
Top-Coats.
NO. 108 E. WASHINGTON ST, NEAR MAIN
Palmer's Pharmacy
- .I NOW---
Wilder's Pharmacy
The store is undergoing a
thorough renovation, and
the stock is being sorted
and increased. Precsrip-
tions a specialty.
Geo. P. Wilder.
.PIPS S AL-.E!
FOR TBE N XT WEEK.
Just received a frh sapoly of Allegretti, and
Williams and Werners Chocolates. Largest line
In the city.
Lunches at all hours.
R. E.JOL LY & CO.
308 South State Street.
'What Is Vacation
Without a KODAK!
Next fall you will wish you
had had one. Five or ten
dollars invested now means
plenty of satisfaction next
fall. Better get it in time
to learn how before you
start, too.
CALKINS'PIARMAACY

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HARD LUCK.

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Michigan Lost the Last Game
to Illinois.
Illinois again defeated the Varsity
Satuday, and for the eighth consecu-
tive time in games with Michigan suc-
ceeded in scoring three runs. In those
eight games Michigan has been victori-
ous five times with the score ranging
all the way from 4 to 3 to 20 to 3. The
three games won by Illinois have been
shut-outs for the 'Varsity, and Satur-
day's game was the first ever lost by
Michigan on the Illinois grounds. The
winning of this game gives Illinois the
majority of this year's series.
Without deflecting one bit from the
fine work of the Champaign team, it
must be said that the game seas one
of hard luck. While the score shows
more hits to the credit of Ilinois, Mich-
igan really hit the ball harder and of-
tener, but invariably right into the
hands of an opponent. Ilinois got her
first score through the ball getting lost
in the high grass in the out-field, and
the other two through peculiar errors.
Miller again pitched for the 'Varsity
and again pitched a gilt-edged game.
The seven hits made off his delivery
were scattered through as many innings
and with ordinary luck he would have
won his game. The support given him
was as good as that given McCullom.
Of the three hits made off McCullum,
Condon bagged two and McGinnis one.
Ilinois scored one in the first. Aftei
Fulton flied out and Thornton had been
retired on strikes, Shuler hit to the out-
field, and what wouid ordinarily have
been a single was stretched into a triple
through the ball becoming lost. They
scored two more in the sixth on a hit
errors and a long fly out to center.
Illinois celebrated her victory Satur
day night with a parade and bonfires
MICHIGAN.
An. R. H. O. A.t
Cooley 2b. .... 4 0 0 2 1

-McGill. Double play-Winston to
Fulton to Johnston, Miller to Cooley to
Condon. Struck out-By Miller 5, by
McCullum 2 Fassed ball-McGill. Um-
pire-Tindill.
The 'Varsity returned from Cham-,
paign sarly Sunday morning, and today
will meet the Kalamazoo College team
at Regents Field. Kalamazao Saturday
defeated Olivet, the team that gave
the 'Varsity such a bad scare a few

Inter-Class Games.
Following is the schedule of inter-
class games for this week:
' l .vs. '99 Lit.-Monday, May 23,
4:00 p. m. at the fair grounds.
SECOND ROUND.
'00 Law vs. '01 Lit-Tuesday, May 24,
4:00 p, m.. at the fair grounds.
'99 Law vs. '98 Lit-Wednesday, May
25, 4:00 p. m., at the Athletic Field.
'00 Dents vs. winner of Monday's

weeks ago, and is looked upon as th game-Wednesday, May 25, 4:00 p. in,
best college team in the state. The at the fair grounds.
'Varsity is in good form, notwith-
standing the long trip to Chicago and
Champaign, and will put 1ip a strong The entries of James H. Maybury
front. Lehr will pitch the gamse. A(!- and H. A. Cochems, of Wisconsin, for
mission is placed at 51 cents, and the the W .I. A. A. ued have been protest-
game will be called pr-);,tly at 4:10 ed by Michigan on the ground that-both
oclock. are profesisonals. As is well known
Right on the Jaw. Maybury is Wisconsin's leading sprint-
er, and is president of the W. I. A. A.
i.igltholt Ross, a Michigamn Centralu
shite C'ochema to thou- beat man in the
brakeman living at' Dearborn, was the
weights.
victim of a vicious assault this morn-
The protest against Maybury is in
ing. He was on the west-bound freight
train which passes through here about
by J. P. McMurrich, of the medical
6 o'clock. Three wait dressed young
men, who from their appearance Mr. faculty, and recites that he has been
Ross says were evidently students and informed that Maybury, under the
name of John Graham, competed for
who had probably been spending the
0 iurse Of $150 in a tool rae at Cam-
night in Ypsilanti (as some students
are wont to do) were discovered try- bridge, Henry County, Ill., in 193.
ing to steal a ride. The train was Maybury, of course, denies the charges.
stopped just east of the city and Mr. He says that he is willing to have any
Ross threw the young men off into the fair-minded body of men pass upon the
discards. One of them picked up a protest, but objects to its being left to
stone and struck the brakeman in the the graduate executive committee.
jaw, inflicting an ugly rut. Dr. Breakey J. F. McLean makes tihe affdavit
was summoned and took several against Cochems. He alleges that
stitches to sew up the wound. The Cochems competed as a professional in
trainmen swear vengeance upon stud- a shot-putting contest under as us-
ents who will hereafter attempt to sumed rame in the Caledonian games
steal rides, and if these young men at Menominee, Mich., and Marinette,
have not the price or do not care to Wis., in 193. McLean says further that
_- h_ ! kZ Y1It C fn A c r r n nl .., fi,-

i

f t~ruiy, u ... V I e Kowsuoeemspersonally, and that
Matteson, ...... .... 4 0 0 0 0 0 put it up r transportation to the
Lunn, c. ........... 3 0 0 7 0 0 "Queen" city they had better "brush there is no doubt regarding Cochenis
Mcinn.is,.......... 4 0 1 2 1by having sacrificed his amateur status
Wolf, 3b. ...........m2Q 0 05 2 0
Gilbert, s. ........ 3 0 0 2 0 In the meantime the Michigan Cen- at the time stated.
3OOST 0 R Condon1b........ 3 0 2 11 0 1 tral will not sit back in an easy chair The cases against these two will be
Davies 5... . 3 0 0 2 0 0 and let the matter go without investi- considered Wednesday at a meeting
Miller, p. ........... 3 0 0 6 0 gation and there is liable to be some-
-- ..-_ of the graduate executive committee of
Totals . ..25 0 3 24 t body suddenly jerked before Justice
A good Base Ball and Bat is just ILLaOs. Dufty on a serious charge.Timat. the W. I. A, A. A.
the thing to develope your
muscles. Fulton, 2b, . 4 0 0 4 4 1 Minister Angell Protests. The annual 'Varsity track and field
We have every varity from c hue"t",r . . .. 4Constantinople, May 21. - United meet will be held next Wednesday af-
to $1.25. Winston, 3b......... 4 0 2 1 2 0 States minister Angell has entered a ternoon, the first event to be called
Sporting Goods of all kinds. Johnston, lb....4 0 1 14 2 0 protest with thte Turkish government promptly at 4:10 o'clock. The program
Spotig oos f llkms- Wham, if . 3 5 5 0 5 0
BaseBallauits madeto order.0oQs0m03o against the action of the authorities in will consist of those events which will
MCullum, p. .... .2 0 0 0 2 0refusing to grant passports to Ame- be contested at the Western Intercol-
Prices are right. McGill e 3 0 2 3 1 1 cans to travel in the interior. The re-
- -- - - ., . . . legiate meet at Chicago.
-- - -- -- fusal, Minister Angell holds, is in con-
Totals- .32 2 7 27 11 traventio of eisting treatie. These
W AHR'S BOOK STORE Michigan. 2...0000000 passportare withheld only from A e- cenvsalamazoo, toay at
Up Town Down Town Ilinois .............1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 *- 3 ican citizens and British subje'ts.-De- Regent's Field. Game called at 4:10
Aerbot p neMaSe as Three-base hit-Shuler. Stolen base troit Free Press. sharp. Admission 50 cents.

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