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April 27, 1891 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-04-27

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MONDAX, AUIIII 27, l;1.I 'micE, Tmu ECENTS
The Indian Pitcher was Pounded
Unmercifully. Score-24 to 6,
There wtere abioit Goo at tile fair
gros Stuirdlac afternloonto see
tie farmlers of the -N,.1. is. "dsoneo
Up' t was a ser'tihie ilnlini
Umatch.'sWilkinslontand. Booth lifted
tile hall out1 to tile track for lo021
rolls, withi perfect disregardt for tile
ftelings of tile Initan twirler. It
Vas5 a golidt tractice gamle, htowever,
aria Coach Cosnway wsabletoe iv)ge
til teatm a fewe lessonsi. Walsit's
frtappearance otn the fieild for titis
Year shtowedc that heettas lost tone of
1is tiesverness bhtinithtie hat. Tile
'tore hy innings is as foillos:
r. Ketiy took first on a hit, atsd
reacted thtirdl on an overthrowv. Ah-
bott struck nut. Kelly put out at
hoe. Petarson, a hase hit. Wsit-
kinson, Ihit hy halt. Richt, a base
hit. Coddl, hase on halls. Wash,
base on halls, forcing Pearson tiotie.
Iitti, 1ou~t nallattenmpt to steal
Koine. t ili son out to B3ootit.
Buarnlettt aelilt.t -tittemger atti
'Coret. tiui-liiiy sttrtck out.
Croil1 ot irt
"tilt5 rechcitrt i l er1cirots anatti
4 bt' itt. lPearsontiase ott
ills. Belly coirit on ilismon's
base hit. lPcarsoni antitAbbott
S~srell 015 Richt's iise lilt.Coidd
'track 5111. (Gibhs fielideit oit.
Chaise strutck out. Store, bas5e oli
lilt AVilsota foutledtout t Ricit.
3. Walshitsrttck 0111. lothi.
isase ruioOthtit to rightt centre.
iaer, flied out. Kelly, out frst.
liatnett anid Rittenger, out at first.
's's dttanittby Ipitchled hail. Baiter
Capturetd a hot liner fromtt-%IcElrcsy's
ie reittilplayiii sigtiaide by
Plitilt itindPearson.Thr lteieti is ere
on bses whe Lih cal~it a 111)
on frs Ipt 11 outtri cl iiiliiteitiestn
thnil it hull toiii Ill i i iicuitho
tired ilson The lay w sti,-
siiiasilkit eons, mit
hai.11alsh t hep itt
stocnd 111111 attil ttctrci snidrroreilnd
bastcdi0 b11 eaosn'iatdstsW1111kinst-
tetagerot at fit.i
8. Kcliy titroswnot at secottdt
Abbhottiibtie on halls;IPearsoni, hase
4 very-Day Phitanthrophy.
Troitghitthieeciot st te o
111's111 i \Mi st(atnt'sof
Blehicagosliotie in chl,iiSaturtdias
lIiitilirhcait ill iiii li t ondonthei
culoes o Ofod ind(.'atilriute
t a ct da ontioliots clib
l ouse, alirovbe 11111l in
tiltrists.ltti Here the ecllege
ttletsolietoli e ttonthis or
yeatrs. I t inSitii to make the tall
a cetitreoflitilieation for te neighj
horttoiis thlece are various cliths
cultisvating fellowsipt, there are etn-
tertailsmectts, stutdy classes, fine-art
exhtibittsattitlecetturesotnthe tuni-
versity etentcsiointsy stiet.
outt. Met trot iiut it secottdt folloseeitits Scotlatdis n ~ ses-eral
Weitnman at hlonte; Crosbyi scored harts of Enlganid, in Nesw York atti
ont passed hail anil 51055 c outt at fitrst. Chicago. Itt Nese York there is
9. RTe U. of M. pilcd ttps8rutns titeNeiglitborhtoodt Guild atniltile
hby terrific tbattin-t M.t.(.addieit College Settlemtent, the latter bseitig
twso rutas to thiri scotrc hs il son' cottititteit by twomten of sariouts col-
twro baseIit, atdtit isietcit antit c 'cisdMiss Atdanits atiithiss Starr
Croihy 's lase htt it-tiae fouintieitIHail I louinitnieicof
liii ii oR E.thetcst tunsavorpo tiso 1thtf Clit-
Nil hciet cittireitpele lend a Ilittle ofp
Kel ' to 6 1U tteit titme eacteltiek tio aid icarit
Sisiet1.s s_ ; i22 r ills onthemtanImetsinof stork uti
teklnl rots -- a s 10 ietaketa. IHells is necded; tie
Rich, t i-------; 2 ! o k is frutitfiti otilye u i alitica-
wetts i -t ---__, , ~ « tiots is requiiredinltwsorkes- hede
Boot, c -t --- 5 o I o0 ir o letnita liatid.
53 2625 927 1 5 } Oratorical Contest.
IA.1V9It G the exiperiencee of Cellege
Metn twhoistktnitw and11appreclite
the catefuliisiruinyleof CBisiteiSt-
denst iti aot'111 aresorpi of -skilled
Itainedifort toe ande 11other jeseelled
itirk, itptil lli' as ises sdt, diriectly
fto P1111rtis, Ltidonti and1 Stmsterdant
manufac ts'ed-isl tthais tllt ti lre
Wright, Kay & Co~
UMI IIS~, .1E9\'l Li lt
Detroclt, M ch'aan.
Chas. Speller & Go
Univ ersity Outfitter,
2011 SOcUtH TA-TEST.
A.B. R11. N S it~ i.-CitSi i-1it.IAlilt
Burntt 1it -------5 2i l 1 5 1 0
We ima , b--- ii 0 1 0 4I
itneslioy, e s--- I5 0 1 0 1
Crosby it f--s ---- 51 1 0i : 0
40 4 2at 1
4. Ahbbott, hase lhit; Pearson,
too5 hase thit; andI 'Wilkitnson hroughut I SCORtE 11ivINNINGS.
t tnl hothait inp-yaitonte rutthittto U oLM-t--------1;1 1 42,5 UI io -2t
the track. Codd and Walsha sene __________________
flle out, anti Rich scored on Eartted rttts, hi. of Al, 16; PM. A.
tt's two itase hit. Blauer flied 2. Too base tilts, Wilson, Petarsont,
out. Crosbty struck out, Gibhs base Wilkitnsott, ihe, Bootlt attd Codid, 2.
hitCaefue u n tw htomte runs, Booth, Wilkinsont. Strtuck
I, Ctasefoued ot ad Stsseby piteched hail, Wilkinson, Rittenger,
Shock out. Weidemntl. Passed hail, Walsh.
5" Kelly and Abbott, out at first, Struck out, Codd, 9; Burnett, 4. Base
Pearson, base on balls and scored oil hails, Codd, l; Burnett, 6. Triple
ou V lkiso's as hi. he aterplay, Rich and Pearson. Left on
Xearkdon R's w base itt hte bases, U. of M., 7; M. A. C., 8. Time
itord o R~c's wo bse it.of game, 2 hours, 20 minutes. Um-
Iadd, out at first. In this inning a pire, A. IH. Seymour.
Prof. Tulotchsodt andithiscot-swork-
ens are to tie congratulatedt for thte
success iw~tistt i lhwihts-yitave aroutsed
ata intetrest tat oratory thtis year.
PTe organizatiton of the N ortitertt
Oiratorical ILeagute tas its origin its
Ptrof. ITruthlood, atnd at Ants Arbor.
Sit that thetccutesct next Fritday
nt its thecfinst, atis it has thte alt.
prnopriatettess of iteitng teld in tite
city atas college of its organaizatiott.
The Oratorical League htas thte wonk-
ing apphrobationt of mnty of thte
othter professsrs.
Eivery studetst shtould shsow at
least enougha interest to attend thte
contest Friday evening.
The itrice of tickets is hut 5o
eta., and thsis not only enables the
purchaser to witness an exciting
contest, but it helps pay the prizes.
Best speaker gets $i00 in cash; next
beat, $50.00.

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