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May 28, 1898 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1898-05-28

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At Wild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our..---.
Suitings, Trouserings,
Prescriptio ns
The value of prescriptionsdepends
on how they have been filled.
Good drugs and skillful pharma-
clts are necessary.
Weguaranteethe uniformstrength
and purity of every drug in our
store. and the accuracy of our
We have an elegant stock of Toilet
Articlee and sell them at the
lowest price.
Geo. P. Wilder.
Keep Cool...
Summer Beveragesat
R2. B. JOLLY & CO.
305Seuth 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

Ball Game and Indoor Meet Yes-
Almost every incoming train yester-
day brought in athletes from various
igh schools throughout Michigan to
participate in the inter-scholastic meet.
The first delegation to arrive was that
from Lansing, which included both the
track and baseball teams. The visitors
were taken directly to the Waterman'
gymnasium by the reception committee,
where they were assigned to quarters.
The only high school entered that
failed to come is Ishpeming. It is a
great disappointment to the manage-
ment as well as the Ishpeming team,
but because of the heavy expense it is
unavoidable this year. They write that
next year they will surely be here to
The Lansing and Ann Arbor ball
teams started matters yesterday after-
noon with a game at Regents Field,
the latter winning out by a one-sided
score of 11 to 4. The Ann Arbor team
showed up strongly in team work and
at the bat, and clearly out-played the
boys from the state capitol. The teams
lined up as follows:
Hodges-----------------p--- ------------- Whyte
Turner - I-------- ----------films
Hanshue - --sb- --Moore
Morrisey -----.--------ss ---------- Hagerty
Humphre3 ---------- l-tb-----------------Moris
Moon ---- .----------1f--------------- Jordan
La ose- rf--- --N or
"Johnny" Butler umpired.
The indoor meet at the gymnasium
brought out a large crowd, which was
enthusiastic throughout. Every event
was catted in fast order, and there werE
no tedious delays. The results follow
Forty yard dash-First heat won b3
Thompson, Pontiac; second heat wor
by Jordon, Ann Arbor; third heat wor
by Christopher, Lansing. Time in eac
heat, 5 sec. Final heat won by Jordon
Christopher second. Time, 5 sec.
Forty yard hurdles-First heat wor
by Christopher, 5 3-5 sec.; second hea
won by Tucker, Ann Arbor, 5 3-5 sec
Final heat won by Christopher, Tucke
second. Time I 3-5 sec.
Lightweight wrestling-First bou
won by Richette, Ann Arbor; secon

T Mohr; Lits, Osborne and Lockwood.
The bicycle races will be held at the I

fair grounds this morning, commenc-
ing at 10 o'clock. The track and field
meet takes place a' It' eg-nts Field, the
first event to be called at 2 p.i n. sharp,
in order that certain of tne viiting
teams may catch the earlier trains for
Union Patriotic Meeting.
Tomorrow evening, May 29, a union
patriotic service will be held in Univer-
sity hall at which Rev. Walter Hugh-
son of Detroit, Captain E. P. Allen of
Ypsilanti, Judge V. H. Lane and Rev.
J. W. Bradshaw of this city will make
short addresses. The music will be
under the direction of Prof. Stanley.
The state and international committees
of the Young Men's Christian associa-
tion are doing a social and religious
work among the boys in blue at the
state and national encampments, sim-
ilar to the work done by the associa-
tion under the name of the Christian
Commissione during the rebellion. The
association maintains a tent in each
camp where reading matter and sta-
tionery are provided free to the boy.
In order to carry on this work for the
soldiers money must be used. For this
purpose a collection will be taken Sun-
day evening. Let each one give what
he can.
Whist Club Elect Officers.
At a meeting of the Whist Club
Thursday afternoon the constitution
was amended so that the election of
officers should take place in the spring
instead of the fall. The following offi-
t cers were elected: President, Lee Flans
I berg, of Kalamazoo; vice-president

'Varsity at Chicago.
The 'Varsity team left for Chicago at
1:38 yesterday over the Michigan Cen-
tral. Chicago University will be played
on Marshall Field this afternoon. Miller
and Lunn will do the battery work for
Michigan, and Smith and Gardner for
Chicago. Result of the game will be
telegraphed to Sheehan's bookstore.
"Johnny" Butler tendered his resig-
nation as captain just before the team's
departure. He has been out of the game
for two weeks owing to an injured fin-
ger, and thinking that he might not
be able to play any more this season
considered that it would be to the best
interests of the team that he resign,
and an active player be elected to the
position. It is not known what action
will be taken by the team, but if the
resignation is accepted, Condon, who
has been acting-captain, probably wilt
be elected.
The enforced absence of Butier from
the game is regretable, as he was strik-
ing his true gait, batting strongly and
fielding in fine form. He has made an
excellent captain, and it is hoped will
sufficiently recover from the injury to
take his place in at least a part of the
remaining games.
Co.A. At Chickamauga.
The boys of the Ann Arbor company
at Chickamauga Park are bsuy con-
structing a summer house. The cen-
ter pole is 18 feet in height and the
house is in the shape of a hexagon, and
is built of cedar, while the roof is
thatched with bamboo.
When completed on each side of the
interior of the hexagon will be placed

ever held in any of the high echool
meets, and showed careful training on
the part of the contestants.
The winners of first places were
awarded silver medals, while the sec-
ond best men received bronze medals.
These places do not count in figuring
out the states championship. All of
today's events, both at the fair grounds
and at Regents Field, will be consid-
ered, first place to count 5, second 3,
and third 1. First place men will re-
ceive gold medals, seconds silver med-
als, and thirds bronze medals.

Fresh Lits Won.
The Fresh Lits won from the Fresh
Laws yesterday afternoon in the sec-
ond round of the inter-class series. The
game was evenly contested throughout.
Features of the game were France's
batting, he getting five hits in as many
times at bat, Mohr's catching and
Witt's box work. The score by innings
Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. A. E-
1900 Lawv---_2 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 0- 8 8 5
1001Lit-------3 0 3 1 0 0 3 0 x-10 9 3
Batteries-Laws, Drake, Witt and

fall. Better get it in time
to learn how before you
start, too.
Senior Laws'
We have in stock a full set of
National Reporters
with Digests .


Also the

American Annual
We are agents for these works


andmoSPCLDENTS Scan Ofthelpbout won by Langan, Lansing. Final
them to STUDENTS cannot help wnbMihlefo Lngn
but interest you. Call and see w
them. Middleweight wrestling-Childs, Lan-
sing, won from Fuller, Ann Arbor.
WAHR'S BOOK STORE Heavyweight wrestling-Tucker, Ant
Up Town Down Town Arbor, won from Childs, Lansing.
S. State st. Opposite ourtHouse The s
Ann Arbor Main .1 Th wrestling boots were the ben1


V Wm Murel, ofNorh Crolia; ee-three rustic chairs, so that it will com-
Win. Murrell, of Forth Carolina; nec-
retary, W. D. Ellsworth, of Detroit; fortably seat about 18 of the boys.
Arsund the center pole will be placed
treasurer, L. D. Verdier, of Grand Rap- a writing table three feet in width.
ids. No more meetings will be held Here the boys will find writing ma-
this year. The club has enjoyed a very terials, books and papers to aid them
successful year, and the prospects for in breaking the monotony of camp
next season are excellent. life. -l .


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