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June 01, 1891 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-06-01

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~1jc t *of i.*Waeilji
The Grounds were Miserable and
the Urnprin_ Rank.
PsOIDEi tiNCE . . 1 28.-
We arrived at Prot dleuce, Thurs-
slay smorunig,about i i 30,tired and~
dirty, butt after a-gooildiiutier we
felt better, togntb as coil is
titough we hads1not israteled a few
thtousatdtilesit.it.\t 3toathe gatie
w-as called is the piresetice of about
seven hiusdredl people. The grouisds
werre btadly titrtn tp, owinitg to the
consstrutctiont of a sets-gysmnsasittm
its otte cortner of the field. We teet
to bat first andths iis is tlte twiole
Owing ts a cltattge in tlteibatltig
order Codd was tse first roan upt.
H~e bunted a slow onse to tird atnd
was lpronmltlythtrowets stt at first.
Abbott liiiottt to a lutmber pille its
rigbt fielsI andt took secosnd while
the ball was comnig its. Pearson
liii to sort right, adsvasncisng Abbottr
to tirsd, whtence lie scores1 a minuitie
later ott a tlwitrowe iiithe catchier
to catch liinisnasppisng. Pearsons
soots took ithirtd otta ithrwof the
ptitciter to catch sitm at secondti, lius
lie gistrio further. Wilkitnsotsstsink-
lng stit andtlRics goinutltfrois
short toiflrst. Foir lBrownt, Sextosn
struck situ. Woodtcock madsie a liltr
ansl se seciosis twhere ie remiaisseds
wihe Jottes struick stit autlreit it liii
a hiigh itieto Codild.
Kelly oplentedl tihesecondil witlita
lilt last thsirsd base bu1t tias caught
ntapping at first by mseasis of use us-
to thsird, whetnce Ise-scored iw-hile
te lirotsiseirefitelding the ball
its after IPitrtons seconditili. The
titl Nv e tiir d a issesstlater
trltest ktitsht ateit ses1to steal
secoindi. FIoriile iii is esim tes liii
a sot liner toi Spitizereaitti sat
ioli a- n finsIs ts tihe
ohieul.'rnneiht ta-muder ito
Ptearsonts wltt (:11(ds
M1esser mtade a fliti andtI ot>s.tseconds
a msshiieistlater tihess sietiletilall
lilt a list onic uo Cos li clithe
latter failesi to recover ire iii to
retire tile rntter. Iitilts tere te
umtplire roasteil is smlcitis thoiugis
si- hail beets tetider bseef andii lie ass
epicure. M1 eidesslsall its risnning
to first very tihougtlessly ranssisnto
Rich si-it such msomnstiums as lie
cossld commstand, andslsehil e lie stas
beinig rensoved ott a stretcher the
unmpire dreanmed that Rich hail
droppsedlte bail. After a sdialogue
biy boils teasiplasy stas resumned.
Weeks pioppled a fly but to Walsht
twhichs stas sdroppedl,lie sliesttried
Isotiswitllta dtivtewst sbetter re-
stilts astil te csase to bat.
Int he fourth Wilkiisois leil oft
si-itsacleats sisigle pa~sit itr-stopi
ansd tias iquickl y followvesd ts-Riclh
ands Kellyvi-it a sticike ostl -Wilk-
isosn atiempslteil to steal seciondsbitt
tile umpilire deemsesd the attestIiuil-
suiccessfl Ithough seconsdlbatsemtans
isas at so timhe teatyenoutglh to IVilk-
isisoss to tell the colior of Isis stock-
;uszgs. Stes-re struck stit ande
Mtclonntell ti-Io had isikens 1 etiden-
hall's lplace liiitsothesamse lplace.
acteil thletatte svelte asse the cur-
tails weti-lsdoinsithess Booth liiia
grounder to fiit.Steere foules t s
to WIalts. Magill liii a groundier to
first withltthle 5usalresults assetSet-
hto tiw-asoffereid a base ott hallswis-icis
lie asccepted.l its gift ltus1edto
ashe inhsgrs -hess Woodcock
lbase onttaIsitSpitzerflest out tot
ri giltieldiianditCoud closedI the
hiltting it in t-it issnig Ibyfouilinig
1o111 But tie Brost-sies wtised ito
smore visis andi this is itows their
wasttwiere rits Jonses lilt asseasy
onte to hiihi bitt lie tias retired.
Tenniey list a hot grounder to left
fiel andtishen sWsilkinsossopiensed
\VtNUX the expierienice of College
Mess swIo knoswstnd sspplreciaste
tse caefeusl sertinusy of College Stu-
senits, hatvintg s large corps of skilled
IDestiers -anitJeswelers specially
is tritlistforsbIidsge sandstother jetteiled
torktik mprtlsinge as ire do, sdirecty
fromo 1aliiisLons sndtAmtrsamt
osis DS iondssandsloiller Ipreclios
Stosstie -are it a liositioissto Isro-
lisce the sfiest ptlainistnstjewseiled
SoceteBades t ll kindis whlichs sit
mnttastit~etts-titsthis counttry.
EWrighf, Kay & Co.
Isis legs and attenmpted to stop it Chap. ' eller 2
teiths the ibadowe of Isis feet, the ~~~ pe e
runnier took second. Merser ptoppled University Outfittei~,
one up to Spizer bitt Tensney held 20} Sox HItsSTATXIST.
sits till the fly teas a fly no loniger
and the mtan was safe ott first. M U M 1 IS 37S I-"B7L1.i
81enidenhaisll lilt safe between first
asid secondstasse the bates twere full.
ITihen Weeks lilt a sot one to P'ear-
sits whio tisrewteneste out at the
plte, stucsto liltsdiscomsfort.
ISteere liii toIKelly- i-Io tos-esdNvithlt
the tall whlile :slerser scored. -Ma-
gill lilt at;roundtser to Sptitzer, whios,
istead of tossisigit to secondi, at-
templted tioitrowe Iis stisnsoust it
first but faliesd, 8tendsenhall goisig
ins ottthe play. Sexioss iiitsI-Kells-
twhoistieppledtott Iis base sanistthe
funieral umiarchs atat ass endi.
lie ganse ended by Abbot
bsitisig to fis, Pearsons strikinig out
Iansd sWilkinsois goisig out frosts
seconde to first.
The score follos:i
I --- b -(.Y - - 7 - i - - - -1 ---y
Gymnaisrsiumtandtht l e tic (foods.
stuos iss ut- and- -N -alteshaetoitsit asotossetoneesyi5 U -RSITs OF sM ICeIGA. t-Sole ageists its Ann Arbor.
stukotaitWlhhi hs seansI took first, drinisg the cotnfusiontsAB H BH SB PO.A E 5 A .$ ILL R-& qO
to third and teas retirest at first, stole seconsd bate and tenst out at coat) us. - 5-5--40 us Q1 s1) 1J i ~V
For trown, Tierser miadle a hilt andth thirdl intsatemsptinig to steal a seate Peasonussib----i-5 0 0 1 0
stole second. 8Mendenhall struck to it. hilis n, 1 su--- 4o ss00 0 1IOZ
out ek okabs nblsas Is the fifths Walss lea out to Bth, st------- :su s0s0 Will Teachts IlMetlsod of
Steene sinigled filling the bases. secondt, Spitzer did the samue to the Spte,5 1--- 101I
Magilt struck out. Then weiths twoo itchier, and Coedd hilt to secondstasset -u, 5 1 s1 1 uI~JJI~
rien out assetwtio strikes on Sextosi, was fieteel out at first. lsoodcssck_
the tatter took adlvantage of the Iem ouRt bbttJoeNticl s is'e IERSITS. I's H
umptire's eniesicy arid dropped the tBooths sithsesqual fat-ality asnsh"Tenysy extsn s t..___ 501 s00s
ball into a post hole its right field, struck out. Wooditock, l) MEMORY,"1 ons b-___-4u 3
tweo mess scoring before it couled be Iss the sixth, Abboii, wi-tlh ulenest t-----4 0I 1I!Asnd Facilitating Acqtuiremenssreent of
recoveresd. A msonsent hater Wood-' assistance of the short stopl, flewsectoellssssl 41I 0 Ksnowledsge is Fuve Lestont.
cock msade a clean sitsghe past icc- out to short eft, Pearsosn triedl the wheeerI ----s I 0 -0 sh00
ousd base and ansothier run teat scored pitchser arid Wilkinson thsirdt base, s es us
for the Bhrowenies. Sextons tas the deaths rate hein the sane in ;-4 a 2 7.
thirowen out at the plate sehie at- ecl case. For Brosen Terser lilt SeOsRE 1us1 1tocs. J ~
temipting to follose suit, to first andetdied, 8McDonnell struck 1'34 5 - s ; s'.P 1s~ J'su
-In ttse third Spiczer took a bate out and Weeks inadeertenitly hilt a Uros _____ o1o0 0 As 7:15 O'CLOC~,
on balls, stole second, Codd bunted liner to Spitzer. Too bse htst Abbott sod Sextons to be continued Thursda ys and
an easy fly to the pitcher, Abbott In the seeenths Rids flew aut to Passed balhis, Tenney. Struck out, by Mondasys foliowing.
adsancng piter hor, Kllyandths het - Woodcock, 5 by Codd, 8. Bases on
sacrificed to firstavnigSizrsotKelathlft fielder en- baths, off Wtoodcock, 2 off Codd, '. FEE FOR THE COURSE $2.50.

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