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Nutl. 1..-..N,.165
VICTORY NUMBER ONE.
The U- of M. Nine Defeated Hamil-
ten College, IS to 3.
T1he team arrivedl at 1,tia at 2:0
p. im. andl as soon thereafter as ps-
ssie, dressed and Nvet nt 1 to tie
rounds.'lThe daxyxwas lmost ier-
feet for isall pIaina' and asiar stlt
0o11 boxs lut 111;n aimot errolss
game ittilat teturs eIParxon's
a line ly to ilitir
Followcingisla dtild cuuntt
of the 'ante: ; fM etto bat
first. Kelly truck ott \bloi
litia groundelr to short aindl wax j
thrownvot iiat fist XlWilkinson git
first ott an error of pitcer aiii xwas
lit ot tryiti to raclitiitd. For
thellaniiltotiiaixx 1E.Ric strck
out. H aydcn got a iase islit adl
xent ot at sconic on Dixvis' it to
Codd, D axvis takiig firt iuitthe
pla. Nortliupiwill'. cittfristit
Kellx tisRich.
In tile xsicndiningia 'Pill itisiii
hit a lice lyi iiithuiirxxwhis tiifdiiit
giin hii miiiitliie. Rich g1ti iibase
ott isalls. (ois[llit totilic itcicit
ing to ittilir. 1o tlJ w ut A\iii
kniitxis ciiin l11 tesancifice.
Wals glxi irtn ii ierrcit butiasti xi
hut out wheun auer it to shunt.
I lanlitoti went ot in ione tio
three order.
''iie tliiid otpetedwichitastrike'
out lix Kelly. Asbott folloiwed
switli a line it oxer seoiiclbae ail
reachietd secondclott a fumitlse. Piear
ton xen out front pitcher to ist
and Wilkinson zit to left fieli, wi
"ace 'himt a life, Asbotscrig.
Wilkitnsotn stole secoiti. R-ici got
a bate oin bali. Codd it safely
filinig the bases. Boothi xet outl
on a ty to tirid base. Next Gear
got a base ott balls. Keranifleir
out to Abbott and Rice xett
out rons Codid to Rich. 'Tenx
witli twxoo mitot a-I only-Oe tmailx
on baes, Hayden,Dais and
Nortlhup lined out three clean
singles, serlg three earted runs.
Ini the fourth, Walss got base ot
balls. Baer took first on an error
by short slop. Kelly singled and
Abbott took first on an error by
left field. Pearson the ame on an
LUNIVERSITY 01" MICIUIGAN, AMOKNIAY, MAYV 5, 1>91.
PitTis, '1'oi,,cCENTS.
error by ri' lit field Wilkitusust
flewx'out to cltft. iclitiiik i rst xiii
jxan errcib scnd tiile secisil.
Cosdd tiwc()ittto ic ct-r.iHills ant i
Siteitlier Itrc ot eer txas
pi-enit n1Zch erriir. anii
stiile codx ndtid. i\, risa"n
linteid cut to ( uistl
'Walsh ad iout g bases oil
balls. -e .I el t.; h
bases. Sruk o nd Vt
biott tic' ouitito cinter.B tl cr
W'ilkinson Ii t sit;l lx Ii lyi
tixoi h1TiS rus. h t i ti icwet
i t fromtishotis ttoirst. Haitontii
xwenttiut lila tixothrae
Ini thea 6thiColddhitt sall.xxas
doabiedait ott Ioosthi's hit tolshlii.
WlshwnuDc oGe, aer sill"led, andxcl-cly got a base
ill balls. Abbot hittto hitcher,
tx-Ionmacda a wxxd hI rcixetos itnie1
plate, lettin" in tixo si-tres.- Pear-
soil got a lasa liii Wilkitisotn got
fiirst sit arrcir bx titiri. Rich a base
lilt ani (Cid ifcxx out to shirt.
1Nisrtitp hitt lorithnec bases butt
carelesslyx alloixd cisi if lter tii get
too iheatrIBooth's tittteni"ihetre it
stuck. S iesrc u n
Mtills tut intoitCoddo Lih
their iihalf iii tisi x i i l m
lo CrItat xiut osatrute biche
For its, bel ly struck ott. A.iitit
mtade a base lilt, stile secotiiiiandi
thtiril, anid scored ott a passedl sail.
Pearsont got bisce uti balls, stosle
secondiciatnc third, anti scotred ott
Wiilkitnsont's sacrifice to left fielid.
Rich struck ont. Rice flew out to'
IAbbott. l-lay-cen twetit out to Abs-
bsott. IHay-cetn tent outliy- Codd
to Ri cii, hat-is fouled io'Palshi.
Itt the nitht, Citililgot to lerst lix
bse ott balls, stole secotnditand
third, andc scored ott Boothi's out
frotm short to first. Walsh treait
out secotnd to first, Bauer lilt safely
but txas lint out trying to steal sec-
ond. Northrup, Rice and -iMills
struck out.
Robinson hitches to-day.
Teanm spent Sutiday at Burling-
ton, Vt.
Following is the score:
Kely, -, 1).--
jiPearso,ii.I.
R i ich )---
- . - - - -
Bo thc
liiish - . - - -
lit r, , ----
Ni I
E. ice p
itye1,e1
in ITN'4 I CHIiAN.x - VI tNfl the experietice of College
A.11tit1.1.,:c-it;i'p..A. . if5)Metn suitekntows andi appreciate
f; s 1 11 the 'tclrefulscruttiny if Ciollege St-
5 a s 1 iens.hvig lmicrpif kilei2 1 0 0 fD signiers -tnd IJewelers spiecially
-_.4 u t1 1 i« 1 tied totribtige titnilothietjexwelled
u- « u Nvork iiimpititig, is Nxxidoil i re lcetly
ti 0 0 ,:s o Itfrm ali ittLotndoin ttin diAmtserdanm
1 Ii 71 9 - tonesNce -re ini a iositionto iipro-
-_-- --- ace tih. finest lilaiti atit jeweclled
iii t ( IIl "(;.ocii'ic Biai'es if till kinidstwhichiuait-
.11.R. 1.11. .13.>>. tititi ftil ch i1iiithis cona1tni.
1 1 1 i XWright, Kay & Qo
o - u1 i 1 IS.u X llIN 1 IWKItS
0 o It?0 D1 rA t . Mloh\ JEELI.
C.o M------ 1 1 4 31 60 2 1-1
H-atuiiitei--,o 0 tt0i0i0i0 its-a
Eatrned ratis, hU. of M.- , ittitilton,
3.tase ott stlls, by Codd, It by 111cc,
;. Striucka out by- Cotd. lit;by- 1ice, 5.
Umpiire,. George Etlatms.
W. C. P. A. CONVENTION.
Tue Association Organleed it-iChxi-
cage YesterdOay.
Chap. Speller & .
Univ ersity Outtittes,
20,1 SUiic ttSTA Ii'D iT
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHiING
lxINExiIN tHCIltYli.
I' i rst cuneitists 01 thei a -g ,P 'g-
tens hisuhha-Ceehrss Assuic a ti (a (5 1 1JI-
t~ndinlthinPlmetrnIiauaex ara 'RAKE T E PACE
cg, n audN. Thrweei CTt sessios, m.tuorntinig andaftlt- 4 TALoot,
it No. 'hue convcenttiniwas callcd
tos uder at to: 30'ocsk andtelslain
pocnty- orgtitiionuwxas effacted Ibx
the election of 'Piliam Fairtris, of
the -Northwxesternt 'onld, as Itmipo- Sietgtl i ~t rsr
rany- chtairtiaitniad Smtith iuanthuatmt
of the Alioin Pleiad, uts tempiorairy 15$" PCLLCP\ & 0
secretary.
Tlue follotwiag xere the tdelegatexs: ~O
'1. II. Ryani, II. A. haynt, Aegix, SWill Tletichlils Methotd of
Unix-ersity of Wiscounslin;H. C.
Sdchluter, Chirotilcle, Northwrestern M PO lT
College, Ill.- Stiithi Buirtnhant, ''
P'leiadI, Albuin Cosllege, Sticit.;'' -
Charles S. Kiler, C. A. Shiatitel, LI L LIU f
'Pii nvri~ o liosOie . Stewrart, C. TI. Slither, Ptegasuts, AndiFtacilitting Acquiretment of
T'.i..,..aC n. .,,.ill , r W I _ Kitoihelge int Fixe Lessotis.
J
I
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lititis, 1Kenyon Collegiant, Kenyotn
Collage, Oiuo; 1\. E. Danforth, I.
E. Zinnutertuati, F. C. Shiarotn,
Stenxtor, Lake Ftorest University,
Ill.; Williant Farrns, S. P. Johnston,
Northtwestern World, Ill., A. IV.
Newlin, Earlhanmite, Richmsond,
Ind.; A. R. Priest, Benra, DePauw
(Continued on Third Page.)
I TICT~LT ,S" AGL7I
AT 7:1h O'CLOCK,
To be continued Thursdays and
Mondays following.
FEE FOR TIlHE COURSE $2.50.

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