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May 25, 1898 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1898-05-25

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At Wild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our..-. .
Suitings, Trouserings,
Palmer's Pharmacy
......I .
Wilder's Pharmacy
The store is undergoing a
thorough renovation, and
the stock is being srte d
and increased. Precsrip-
tions a specialty.
Geo. P. Wilder.
Keep Cool...
PHATES, FLOPS, and al1
Summer Beveragesat
R. 1B. JO Y & 00.
$08 South State Street.

Several Records Will Probably
Be Smashed,
The annual 'Varsity track and field
meet will be held at Regents Field this
afternoon, and there is every indication
that this will be the most successful
meet held here in years. The work of
the candidates in practice and in the
handicap and Illinois meets has been
of a high grade. All are in good con-
dition and the rivalry is keen.
With the exception of the quarter-
mile run all of the events to be held at
the Western Intercollegiate meet will
be contested. The dropping of the quar-
ter-mile run will give added interest to
the half-mile run; as the quarter-milers
have entered and several will push
Hayes, who broke the 'Varsity record
at the handicap meet, to the finish, and
will probably cause the breaking of the
present mark.
The 100 and 220 yard dashes wilt.also
be spirited events. Thomas and West-
phal will maks things warm in both,
and it is expected that the local record
in the latter will be lowered.
In the field events the most interest
centers in the weight events. The work
this week has been the best shown.
Catey has been out for practice and. is.
reported as having done exceptional
work. Jones and Dye are also excelling,
earlier work. All have imnroved In
throwing the discus, the event which
was this year added to the intercol-
leglate list.
In order to insure a large crowd the
admission has been placed at 25 cents,
ladies admitted free. Holders of sea-
son baseball tickets will also be admit-
ted free.
The first event will be called prompt-
ly at 4:10 o'clock and will be run off in
fast order.
The events and entries are as fol-

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What Is Vacation
Next fall you will wish you
had had one. Five or ten
dollars invested now means
plenty of satisfaction next
f*ll lter.get it itime
t9 lrn how before you
start, too.
Senioor Laws
We have in stock a full set of
National Reporters
with Digests:

ruff, Paul, Norton and Dowd.
Pole vault-Adams, Baker, Houghton,
and McArthur.
High jump-Flournoy, Tryon, Lund,
Ripley, Armstrong, Wrenn, Loud and
Broad jump-Russell, Runnells, Wil-
kinson, Johnson, Loud and Davies.
Hammer throw-Bennett, Caley, Dye,
Harvey and Cooper.
Shot put-Lehr, Caley, Dy., Jones
and Stansell.
Discus throw-Bennett, Jones, Caley,
Dye, Lehr, Harvey, Cooper and Stan-
One mile bicycle-Turner, York, Bald-
win, Stenberg, Kenneth, Sproat and
Half-mile bicycle-Same as one mile.
The officials are:
Starter-Dr. Fitzgerald.
Clerk of course-H. T Heald; assist-
ants, I. A. Campbell, James Armstrong
and W. B. Cottrell.
Judges at finish-J. De F. Richards,
Dr. Wenley and Dr. McMurrich.
Field judges-G. R. Stuart, H. Helf-.
man and Mr. Effinger.
Judge of walking-Dr. Rabethge.
Referee-Dr. Fitzgerald.
Timers-Sid Mllard, O. H. Wright
and G. B. Groesbeck.
Announcer-S. A. Stein.
Freshmen RtectOracle Board.
The meeting held by the freshman
class yesterday afternoon for the pur-
post of electing a board of editors for
next year's Oracle was unusually quiet
and orderly. The vice-president, Miss
Gylling, presided in a very masterly
manner-, and it was no doubt due to this
fact that the rowdyism which Is gen-
erally prevalent in such meetings was
done away with.
There were two tickets in the field,
and the elections was closely contested,
the highest number of votes received
by a defeated candidate being 1-01, and
the lowest number received by a suc-
cessful being 118. Mist Margaret H.
Cousin, of Detroit, received a unani-
mous vote, being on both tickets. Miss
Mary L. Brapjhaw, of An Arbor, ran
exceptionally welL. The other members
of the board will be Wareham Bald-
win, of Detroit; Arvid C. Braastad, ofa
Ishpeming; Ben R. Davis, of Chicago;
Henry C. Felton, of Clinton, Iowa; F.
L. Lorie, of Dtro ;- . -.'M'
mapf hAn Arbr.; F. C. Nah,.of Pa-
adna, .Cal., and W. W. ititemjan, «f
Detroit.It is expected - Nthat Ar. Nah,
who ha, done a great dea. of-work.in
publications of this kind, will be man-
aging-editor, and Mr. Braastad business
manager. .

Batting and Fielding Averages of
the Base Ball Team.
Below are given the standings of the
'Varsity players who have taken part
in five or more games. As will be seen
Lehr leads in both batting and fielding,"
with a clean record in the latter. The
system of sacrifice bunting; which has
been so successfully followed by the
'Varsity, has cut down the batting aver-
ages of several of the players. Espec-
ially so is this in the case of Wolf, who
has done some remarkably clever sacri-
ficing, which of course does not show
up in a batting table. The standing of
others has also suffered.
The 'Varsity's record to date shows
15 games won, 12 lost and 1 tied (Bay
City). There are yet to be played eight
or nine ganes, six of which will be
played on the home grounds. The Be-
loit game of tomorrow and the Notre
Dame game June 9. will be the big
hoie games. Other games to be playod
here are with Northwestern, Detroit
Athletic Club and another yet to be de-
cided upon. Chicago will be played
at Chicago and Detroit, and Cornell at
Ithaca. . ,
Chances. Errors. Per-
Lehr ..........,... 22 8 1000
Condon..... .24t 9
Lunoss ....... 148 61 96Hi
Thompson.......72 32 958
Miller ..........., 40 4 900
Davies .............. 41 6 851
Matteson . 4 7 844
Gilbert .............. 106 21 802
Cooley ............. 128 26 797
Wolf ................ 97 25 742
Butler ... 34 9 735
McGinnis.......21 8 "62
Chances. Errors. Per-
Lehr ............... 23 9 391
McGinnis ........... 59 18 305
Cooley ....... 95 26 274
Thompson .......... 31 8 258
Lunn............ 62 15 242
Condon ............. 105 24 229
Gilbert .............. 71 17 227
Butler .............. 94 20 212
Davies ........... 76 15 197
Wolf ............... 89 16 180
Matteson ........... 97 17 175
M iller ................ 36 6 17
Next Monday evening, May 30th, the
bpys of the '99 lit class will give a re-
turn party to the girls -of the class in
the Barbour gymnasium. Jjvery girl
in the class is invited, and if by chance
any of them have failed to receive the
written invitations issued by the com-
mittee they will please consider them-
selves invited, as they have only been
missed by oversight on the part of the .
Annual 'Varsity Track and Field
Meet Wedneay at Regent. Field.
Games commence at 4:10. Admis-
sion 50 cents.

220-yard dash-Thomas, Hartsburg,
T[hnmnn_ W btnhnl Jnhnn .ittla

somcpson, W@pnai, jonnson, 1 Le
Also the - man, Forbes, Prentiss, Auer and Web-
American Annual alec. . . I GI3
Digests. 120-yard hurdles-McLean, Webster,
We are agents for these woraks Hartsburg, Ayers apd Hazelton.
and our SPECIAL PRJCEP o n 220-yard hurdles-McLean, Webster,
them to STUDENTS cannot help Hartsburg, Ayres and Richardson.
but interest you. Call and see 80-yard run-Hayes, Hatch, Woods,
them. Whittlesey, Spalding, Benson,, Dan-
orth, Armstrong, Fisher and Reynolds.
W AHR' BOOK STORE Mile run-Woods. Whitcomb. Cas.

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