VOL. VIII. NO. 179. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1898 PRICE-3 CENTS.
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Pole vault-Baker and Adams tied
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plenty of satisfaction next
fall. Better get it in time
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Two 'Varsity records.were broken and
one equalled in the annual meet at Re-
gents Field yesterday. Hatch lowered
the time io the half-mile run to 2 min-
utes 5 1-5 seconds, beating out Hayes
in a fine finish, and Jones threw the
discus 96 feet 4 inches. Captain Thomas
equaled his mark of 22 seconds in the
220 yard dash, narrowly defeating
Thompson. The meet was run off in
good shape, but the contestants for the
most part seemed to b" withcut life.
The summary follows:
100 yard dash-Westphal won, Thomas
second, Thomson third. Time, 10 2-5 sec.
Westphal ran easily and won by four
120 yard hurdle-McLean and Web-
ster tied for first, Hartsburg second,
Time, 16 4-5 sec. All ran easily to the
last hurdle. In the sprint from there
it seemed to many that Webster gained
and led by a narrow margin across the
Mile run-Wood first, Case second,
Whitcomb third. Time, 4 min. 46 sec.
Wood ran easily and practically ran
the last half mile alone.
Half mile run-Hatch first, Hayes sec-
ond, Whittlesey third. Time, 2 min.
5 1-5 sec. The race was close from the
start to the last turn, when Hatch dre'v
away and won slowing up by five yards.
220 yard run-Thomas first, Thomson
second, Westphal third. Time, 22 sec.
Thomson pushed Thomas hard and was
defeated by only three inches. The
time made equals the 'Varsity record.
220 yard hurdles-McLean first, Web-
ster second, Hartsburg third. Time,
26 2-5 sec. McLean took this event eas-
ily, winning by four yards.
Mile walk-Tryon first, Brookfield sec-
ond, Woodruff third. Time, 7 min. 47
2-5 sec. Tryon didn't put forth his best
efforts, and won easily.
High jump-Lund first, Flournoy sec-
ond, Wrenn third. Height, 5 ft. 5% in.
Putting 16-1b. shot-Caley first, Jones
second, Dye third. Distance, 36 ft. 1 in.
Running broad jump-McLean first,
Russell second, Runnells third. Dis-
Discus throw--Jones first, Bennett
second, Dye third. Distance, 96 ft.
Faculty Concert Tonight.
The following is the program for the
Faculty recital at Frieze Memorial
t. Pastoral-Sonate, Op. 88.............
Pastorale; Intermezzo; Fugue.
Albert A. Stanley.
If. "The Pilgrimage to Kevlaar"
(Heine) ..................A. A. Stanley
Gardner S. Larnson.
III. Adagio from Fifth Sonata.Guilmant
Albert A. Staple..
IV. Four Hungarian Meldie3 (tran-
scribed by ..................F. Korbay
(a) Far and High the Cranes Give Cry.
(b) List to Me, Rosebud!
(c) Had a. Horse, a Finer No One
Gardner S. Lamson.
V. Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op.
24 ....................L. von Beethoven
Allegro, Adagio molto espressivo,
Rondo, Allegro ma non troppo.
Elsa von Grave and Hermann A. Zeitz.
In regard to the fourth number it
may be said the defeat of the Hungari-
an army of 25,000 men by 200,000 Turks,
at Mohacs, on the 29th of August,
Expect a Hard Game.
Beloit, victors over the 'Varsity on
the latter's spring trip, plays a return
game at Regents Field this afternoon.
The contest is certain to be fast and ex-
citing, and in point of interest has a.
rival only in the games with Chicago.
Beloit has never before appeared at
Ann Arbor, and the team comes aaxous
to win. Ordinarily a hard team to beat,
they are stronger than ever this year.
Adkins, their pitcher, possesses great
speed, and is a player with an estab-
lished reputation. He probably aver-
ages more strike-outs to a game than
any other pitcher among the Western
colleges. Eleven 'Michigan men fell be-
fore him in the spring game. The score
then was 5 to 2. On Saturday they de-
feated Chicago, who won over theii
earler in the eason 4 to 3, by a score
of 4 to t.
The 'Varsity took some hard practice
yesterday and showed up in good form,
Gitbert is out of the game for the pres-
ent, as is also Butler. Matteson is
playing the latter's position, and yes-
terday Cooper, '00 Law, who has shown
up well on his class team, played in
Gilbert's place at short stop. te field-
ed well, but is somewhat slow.
The 'Varsity will line up as follows:
Lunn, c.; Lehr, p.; Condon, li.; Cooley,
2b.; Mlattenson, s.s.; Wolf, 3b.; Davies,
If.; McGinnis, m.; Butler, rf.
1526, was one of the greatest disasters The game will be called promptly at
in the history of that nation. The pro-
verb-the refrain of this song-is still
in constant use among the people.
Alpha Nu-Jeffersonian Debate.
The joint debate between the Jeffer-
sonian, law society, and the Alpha Nu,
literary society, will take place in tho
law lecture room Friday, June 3. Both
societies have defeated both the Web-
sters and Adelphi, and this will be a
contest for supremacy. The question
for debate is "Resolved, That a system]
of referendum be adopted in reference
to state and municip.al legislation." The
Alpha Nu has the choice of sides.
The Jeffersonian's representatives are
Gilbert, Dsnnenberg and Lacey, Day
The Alpha Nu will choose their ceo-
resentatives by a preliminary contest
Saturday, May 28. All desiring to enter
should hand their names to the com-
mittee, Messrs. Webster, Wistrand and
Xich gan VS.. Beloit at Regents
Field today. A great game. Called
promptly at 4:10. Admission, 50c.
Fruit and Flower Mission Dance.
On account of the success of the party
of last month for the benefit of the
University hospitals, the committee
has decided to give another next Sat-
urday evening. The proceeds of this
dance are to be used in helping to fur-
nish the new home for the nurses of the
Hospitals. This home has recently bects
built by the Regents, but many neces-
sary comforts will be lacking unless
provided for by some outside course.
Dancing will begin at 8 o'clock. Both
gymnasiums will be used, and the Uni-
versity band will furnish the music.
2; is hoped that everyone will come to
help along such a good cause. Admnis-
Fresh Medics Elect Offtders.
The '01 Medics have elected the fl-
lowing class officers: President, W. T.
Chase, Alron, Omist vice-president,
tin latnche Boyle, Detroit; secr-lary,
J. A. (ray, Ludington; treasurer, H.
H. Girm, Beardstown, Ill.; historian,
Mists Gertrude Felker, Madison, Wis.
them to 1TUENT z ni cannot help
but. interest you. Call and seetance, 22 ft. 2 in. This is the best jump
bthem.ever made at Regents Field, and is
only 5 inches behind Le Roy's jump,
'WAHR'SBOOK STORE which is the Western record, and made
Up Town Down Town at Chicago.
S at pposite CourtHouse Throwing 16-lb. hammer-Bennett