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'UESDAY, MAY 31, 1898 PRICE-3 CENTS.

VOL. VIII. No. 182.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, T

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MICHIGAN WINS.
ay
Adds Two More Games That 4
She Won, a
The 'Varsity defeated Chicago Sat-
C
urday 4 to 1, and by so doing clinched M
the series. It was a great game, and
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was won by timely hitting and bril-L
liant fielding and base running. Time C
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and again Chicago, had the bases filled I
with no outs, but quick, desperate workA
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by both infield and outfield kept any
score frome being registered. Michi-
gan's work was in fact superb in all
departments, and probably the besty
they have done this year. Everyone 1
was in Ithe game from start to finish.C
While all are deserving of much praise,
special mention must be made of the

on three by scores oft5 to 4, 4 to 2,
nd 4 to 1, while Chicago won once
Io 2. The fifth game will be played
t Detroit on June 11.
MICHIGAN.
A B. R. H. O. A. E.

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LANSING WINS.
Secures 49 Points With Detroit a
Close Second.

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.

work of Wolf and Matteson in the in-f
field and McGinnis in the outfield.
Wolf's handling of bunts and throwing
to first was fine. The error charged
against him was excusable, as he tookl
an exceedingly hard chance. Matteson
played steadily and cut off a runner
at first with a throw from far back of
third that brought the audience to its
feet. Cooley, too,m ade several hoce
stops and throws. Condon, at first,
played perfectly, but had no hard
chances. Lunn caught his usual fine
game. He was unfortunate in the lat-
ter part of the game, being hit on the
right hand by a swift out-shoot. The
hand swelled up considerably, but he
gamely took his position and finished
out the game. His batting was a fea-
ture. In four times at bat he gat a
three-bagger, a double and a single.
Thompson accepted his only chance in
the outfield. McGinnis accepted four
chances, one of which was a hard- low
line hit which, after stumbling and fall-
ing, he gathered in just as it was reach-
ing the ground. Later a great throw
from deep center to the plate, catching

ooley, 2b. ......... 4 0 0 2 2 0
latteson, ss. ....... 4 1 1 2 2 0 s
tcGinnis, m. 1.. 5 1 1 4 1 0 e
l'olf, 3b. 4 1 1 4 3 1
Gunn, c. ............ 4 1 3 7 1 0 4
ondon, 1b. ........ 4 0 1 G 0 0 t
Davies,olf. .......... 4 0 1 0 0 0
Thompson, rf. 2 0 1 1 0 0
Miller, p. 3 0 0 0 1 0
Lehr, p. ...... 1 0 1 1 1 04
Totals ...........,3a 4 10 27 11 1
CHICAGO.f
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Merrifield, 3b. 5 0 1 0 3 1
Herschberger, m. .. 5 0 2 1 0 0
Gardner, c........ 3 0 1 10 0
Clarke, 2b.....4 " 0 1 0 0
Sawyer, rf. ......... 4 0 0 0 0 0
Southard, lf. ........ 3 1 1 1 0 0
Kennedy, lb. ....... 3 0 1 13 0 0
Smith, p. ........... 3 0 2 0 5 0
\rernon, ss. ......... 4 0 1 1 0
Totals ..1......... 7 1
Innings- 123456789
Michigan ............0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0- 4
Chicago ..............0 00000100-1
Three-base hit-Lunn. Two-base hits
-Lunn, McGinnis, Herschberger (2).
Southard. Bases on baits-Off Smith 3.
Struck out-By Smith 7, by Miller 2,
by Lehr 2. Stolen base-Gardner. Dou-
ble play-Vernon to Clarke to Kennedy.
Umpire-McKenzie.
Michigan's old-time rival, the Detroit
Athletic Club, led by George Codd, the
'Varsity's well known captain in the
early '90's, fell easy victims before the
'Varsity yesterday. The Deltas put a
formidable aggregation in the field,
but the work of the 'Varsity was too
fast for then and they succumbed
without having gotten within hailing
distance of the plate. The final score
was 10' to 0.
The features of the game were the
work of Wolf and Matteson, and the
latter's batting. Both made stops and
throws that were seemingly impossible.

The Inter-Scholastic Meet came to a
uccessful close with the field and track
vents Saturday afternoon. Lansing,
winner of last year's meet, again cap-
ured first place, having a total of 49
oints, and an exceedingly narrow mar-
gin over Detroit, who came next with
7 points. The track was slow as a
result of the hard rain which fell be-
fore and during the meet, but neverthe-
less the events were evenly contested,
and the winner of the meet could not
be determined upon until the last event
was finished. The best individual per-
formers were E~lis, .Detrpit; Christo-
pher, Lansing, and McCarrich, Lansing.
On the - basis of five points for first
place, three for second place, and one
for third place, the various teams rank
as follows: Lansing 49, Detroit, 47, Ann
Arbor 17, Adrian 8, Bay-City 7, Pontiae
6, Greenville 1.
The medals presented to the winners
by the University Athletic Atsociation
were of an especially handsome design
and much more expensive than any
heretofore given. Next year, in addli-
tion to the medals, a trophy -cup will
be given to the winning scho61.

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Senior Laws

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We have in stock afull set of te ---
hthe runner, earned him the applause Matteson made the longest hit of the
of the entire crowd. Miller pitched season, a home run into left field. It
National Reporters the major portion of the game. In the came in the sixth inning when every
with Digests seventh, after one Chicagoan had ta- base was occupied. Cooley had an off
Also the lied and three were on bases, Lehr was dlay at second, making three errors.
American Annual called in and the side retired in quick Miller pitched the first seven innings,
Digests. order. in the three innings he pitched, when Lehr went in. In this inning
Lehr allowed only one hit, no runs, and Lunn relieved Thompson back of the
We are agents for these works he struck out two men. bat. They isitors got only four hits,
and our SPECIAL PRICES "onAlthough the crowd was small, tho three of which were made by Codd.
themn to S TCJDENS ano h
rooting was enthusiastic and continu- Michigan scored in the first, Matteson
but interest you. Call and see
them.ous. It was all the result of a mass drew a base on balls, stole second, went
meeting Friday night in which it was to third on an error and tallied on
W AHR:S BOOK STORE decided that Michigan must be beaten. Wolf's two-bagger.
Up Town Down Town All of the games in the series have Another run was tallied in the second
S. State St. 'pposieo rtouse Ibeen close and exciting. Michigan has (Continued on Second page).

During the afternoon the final heat of
the class relay races, left over from
the 'Varsity Indoor Meet, was run off.
The 1900 Law and 1900 Lit teams of
three men each were the contestants.
The distance was one-quarter mile. In
the first relay. Hartsburg, '00 Law
got a lead of five yards on Elbel, and
this was maintained to the finish by
Westphal, '00 Law, and Thomson, '00
L, over McLean and Hatch respective-
ly. The time was 45 4-5 sec.
Ther esults follow:
One-mile bicycle-McCarrich, Lan-
sing, first; Dodds, Detroit, second; Mc-
Clure, Ann Arbor, third. Time, 2 min.
58 see.
One-quarter-mile bicycle-McCarrich,
first; Butler, Ann Arbor, second; Dodds,
Detroit, third. Time, 35 3-5 sec.
100 yards dash-First heat: Dawson,
Pontiac, first; Niemeyer, Benton Har-
bor, second. Time, 10 3-5 sec.
Second heat: Ellis, Detroit, first; Jor-
don, Ann Arbor, second. Time, 11 sec.
Final heat won by Ellis, Jordon second,
Dawson third. Time, 11 see.
220 yards dash-First heat, Inglis, De-
troit, first; Longyear, Lansing, second;
(Continued on, fourth page).,_

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