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VoL. VIII. No. 191. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1898 PRICE-3 CENTS.

At Wild's AN EASY GAME.
Spring selections just arrived 'Varsit Closes Home Season
from the East. Call and
inspect our.With a Victory.
Suitings, Trouserings, Notre Dame met an overwhelming
Top-Coats. defeat at the hands of the 'Varsity
NO. 108 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN yesterday, and the score, 15 to 2, more
than makes up for the defeat early in
the season. The Notre Dames have
SPONT C E S been playing fast ball this season, but
yesterday were out-played from begin-
The kind ell ning to end, and Michigan's home sea-
ani given satisfaction. A sn came to a successful close.
new line just received of Lehr was in the box for the 'Varsity
all sizes and prices from and pitched magnificently. Four hits
five cents up.
were all that the visitors could gather,
Eight Notre Dameites struck out, and
W ildei 's Pharmacy only one took a base on balls. Gibson,
who pitched for Notre Dame, on the
other hand was hit harder than in any
Keep Cool... game he has pitched this season. Seven-
Get Your ICE CREAM SODA teen hits, one of which was aa home
WVATER, CRUSHES, PIIO-
PHATES, FLOPS, and all run, two three-baggers and two doubles
Summer Beveragesat is the 'Varsity's record.
R. B. JOLLY & C O. Besides Lehr's work, the features of
808 South State Street. the 'Varsity's playing were Lunn's
SUMMER LAW LECTURES catching, the infield's quick work, the
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
9thSommer . uyton ept.118%. Hlre p...d steadiness of the outfield and the Jt-
especially profitable to beginers; to can idates
Ior admi ion tot he o in neo pyeutitinner ting of Davies, Cooley and Butler. In
lckingstetInsituciio; ail isoldr pa-
titioner deiring to combine recreation withs a
eviewnftleonire ypcioitpes. 'Focatleo ed. the second, Davies made the circuit on
a long hit to left field, but cut first
base. His drive sent in three men that
[ Athens Theatre were on bases.
For the visitors, the work of Powers,
These are some of the attrac- back of the bat, Gibson's fielding, the
tions we have booked for next
year: first base play of McDonald, the field-
Wilbur Opera Co. ing of Doty and Callahan stood out
Eletrician. most prominently. All won applause
Prisoner of Zenda. of the audience several times.
Under the Red Robe. Notre Dame batted first and scored
Sol Smith Russel.
one. Pollen, the first man up, hit for
Heart of Maryland.
two bases. He went to third and
And many others equally as
good. Fleming reached first on an error by
.tMatteson. Powers hit to Matteson, and
Fleming and Powers were out on a
ARE YOU GOING TO double play. In the meantime Pollen
scored.
GRADUATE? In the second they scored again. As
in the first, the first man up hit for two
if so, have you a correct style of bases. An excusable error by Davies
V isitino C ard Sent him to third, and he scored fron
there on a long fly-out to Davies. After
to inclose with your invitations? thin inning, with one exception, they
An engraved copper plate with went out in order.
100 cards will cost you but $1.50. The 'Varsity was blanked in the first,
If you have the plate 10 cards will but the second saw them in the game.
cost you only 90 cents. All work Wolf hit safely and was sent to first
guaranteed. by a neat single by Davies. Condon
then bunted safely and the bases were
BOOK STORE full. At this point Gibson, went up in
the air. A wild pitch scored Davies,
Up Town Down Town Cooley got first by being hit. Then
S. State st. Opposite CourtHouse
Ane Arbor' Main St. I Matteson got a base on balls, McGinns

was hit, Lunn drew a free pass, Mat-
teson was thrown out at the plate and
Butler reached first on a fielder's
choice. Then Wolf hit safely again
and Davies made his drive which sent
in all ahead of him. Lehr hit safely,
but was caught off first. The result
was nine runs.
Nothing more was done in the fifth,
when on a combination of errors, a
base on, balls and two hits fiv more
runs were added. In the eighth McGin-
nis scored on two errors and a hit.
The Notre Dame team returned last
night. This was the first time a team
from the Indiana institutior ever played
here, and they made a favorable im-
prcssion. They play a g ntlematnly
game, and wil be welcome leO rt in
the future.
The crowd yesterday was the largest
of the seoson, and the teering was
enthusiastl.-.
The summary follows:
MICHIGAN.
AnB. . H. . A.
Cooley, 2b.i.........4B 2 12 0
Matteson, ss. ....... 5 1 0 1 4 1
McGinnis, m. ....... 4 3 1 2 0 0
Lunn, c. ...... 5 2 2 10 0 0
Butler, rf. ....... 6 2 2 0 0 0
W olf,s 3b ........... 5 1 2 1 0 1
DavieIf...... .. i4 4 0 1
Condon, 1t. ......... 6 1 3 8 0 0
Lehr,p.1 2........... 6 1
Totals-............47 1 17 27 8 3
NOTRE DAME.
A.B. R. H. 0. A. E.
Pollen, rf. 4 1 1 0 0 0
Fleming, 3b. ........ 3 0 0 2 1 2
Powers, c. .,........ 4 0 1 5 1 1
Daly, m. ...... 4 0 0 2 0 0
Callahan, If. ........ 4 1 1 1 1 0
McNichols, 2b....... 4 0 0 1 1 2
McDonald, lb. ...... 4 0 0 14 1 0
Donahue, ss. ...... 3 0 1 2 5
Gibson, p. .......... 3 0 0 0 5 0
Totals ..........3 2 4 27 l a 6
Innings-- 123415C789
Michigan ............0 9 0 0 5 0 0 1 0-15
Notre Dame ........1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 2
Home runs-Davies. Three-base his
-Davies, Cooley. Two-base hits-But-
ler (2), Follen, Callahan. Bases stolen-
Daly, Donahue. Double plays-Matte-
son to Cooley to Condon, Donahue to
McDonald. Bases on balls-Off Lehr 1,
off Gibson 5. Bases on hit by pitched
ball-Off Gibson 2. Struck out-By'
Lehr 8, by Gibson 2. Wild pitch-Lehr
Gibson.
Michigan vs. Chicago at Detroit.
Saturday, June 11. Bound trip, in-
cluding admission to meet and base
bl game, $1.50. Trains leave at
9:00 and 11:10 a. m. Returning,
leave Detroit at 7:30 p. m. and 12:00
midnight. Reserved seats on sale at
Sheehan's. Covered bleachers, 25c.
Grand stand, 30c. Carriages, single
rig, 60c; double rig, $1.00; tallyho,
$5.00.

TENNIS MEET,
Arrangements Made to Meet
Chicago This Afternoon.
Michigan meets Chicago in a tennh
tournament this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. All arrangements have been
made and evrything indicates a-most
interesting and exciting contest. The
Chicago players got in last night and
are in excellent condition. The M-
Griston brothers, Chicago's double
team, are the Western Intercollegiate
champions, and wll give Herrick and
Danforth a good rub. The management
is anxious to have a large crown turn
out. Chairs will be provided and artis-
tic programs are being printed. An ad-
mission fee of 25 cents will be charged
to defray the expenses incurred. Ladies
will be admitted free. Four sets of sin-
gf0s and two sets of doubles will be
played.
Yesterday afternoon the finals in
doubles were played offn aswere th
semi-finals in the second class singles.
in the former Herrick and Danforth
defeated Wilbur and Harvey in a most
interesting and exciting match. The
scores were 6-2, 4-6. 6-2, '-5. In thn
singles Wherry and Crafts, 6t-, 6-4, and
St. John defeated Warriner 6-3, 7-5.
toth of the latter winners are high
school men, and are making ati excel-
lent showing.
Senior Law Resolutions.
Whereas, Thomas W. Hughes, id-
structor in law in the law department
of the University of Michigan, is about
to sever his connection with this de-
partment to enter upon new duties at
the University of Illinois, be it
Resolved by the law class of '9, That
the University of Michigan. loses, and
the University of Illinois gains, in Sir.
Hughes a most efficient professor, a
painstaking and careful scholar, and a
sincers friend of every student with
whom he comes in contact;
Resolved, further, That we extend to
Mr. Hughes the best wishes of this class
for his future success in his new field
of work.
For the class,
Wtlter O.,Oxtoby Chairman.
George R. Harper,
Ralph E. Wisner,
Arthur J. Lacy,
W. D. Scott,
Committee.
Adopted unanimously by the class
June 8, 1898.

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