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THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

2 THE UNIVERSITY Ok MICHIGAN DAILY

Pubilebted Daily (Sundays excepted) duing th
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
Grinca: The Inland Pess, Henning Block.
Both Phones 14.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. EGELARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
.1. HNS. '00 L.
EDITORS.
ATHLEICS, . G. D. HDNocie, '01 E.
T. R. WoDu, '00 L A .H>McDouuAL,'OIl
J. B. WOOD,'00, W. D.ldacnw,'00OM,
L. J.EMONTuOosnn,'00, B H. JNEONnc. '0oL.
W.A. XNIHT '01 L. V. T. EVAc '03.
MIS LILAN . SAnIoN'03.
The subciption pice of th tILtY is 1.0 for
the college ye, sith a eglr deliesry efoe
noon ehdy. Notice, coimuicactin, ni
otheenmatte intended foe publition msot he
handed in ci the DAILYeof1icc befoes Sp. e, o
mailed to the edito befoe 3 p. In. of the duy
prevss-c to tht on which they aresexpected to
appear
Subceitions toy be left at the DILY office
Meye, cc Sec~lteco newetud, orewsthusicines
Eannuier. Sbcibes will eonfe a fesvor b
repoting pomtply atthibseofficenn failreeo
cries to deliv-e ppe.
All chnge in detiig utattee110s1 be in
the office by p. m. on the dy pecioso to tht
on which thet are to nben.
WON IN THE NINTH.
(Cntinuted frompalgell)
itt 101 beig ble '0o1111 the bll othil
grountd _Mittesn tremcaiined withi te
gatitcfrom111tart to fii.iHe acccpted
his three chancesnety nthtdcciiii.
Oincce t ached flurst ott iing iii bya
yitttetd ball onccestukouIn
twticccicued infield hitsM uiich weec
seilythetlcred iit ndo-ittd itist.
('lid n's oik waiuc asertani
thela game t tleo01n1110 ito befigu crei.
cecyici t heiibalti le sctmecioeticli
ceptet.i t te bt ll ietcucii rd oec it
anid to sacrifices wiliicnitheibscs ie
worked silsseto rt of a geaii stalitg
seeontdantd tirld ittqictk itccesio.
Inthle ott-field, MeGinntis hdtail1111utt-
outs but is n cliie cne ite tit Ack
nork atidonittie basesTntitee lwcasi
alitineedito n-ni, tiwce t itsnigedIantd
ottce sceure d firsloni a ficitders choce.
He- stole seondte ties n dodwenct
donetonce onitan errorAlso in0of
ltheltree scores itadeiserc i. Sote
had two pyt-o utsn bittifelltownnitoter 1111
tadantirrtra lnked tiltagaitst bht.
Oiii of font timesc at at le it safely
otter took fitonitait error by Hartig-
inn ocee ad twirte fller out. Bentt's
claitito ditincttcionllie n ita retty-run-
tin catch ithie fit;niti sas his otly
chante. Tinice le itt 1111oitheiltair atd
twice inanked takig scondeleach itte o0,
Pise' ciie s ad giiig an xi-
iitiott of stpidbanse rttiting for lie
remaindreof the itncae.
When the first four ininitgs nwere smie
but tmedic Beoit mtei hai facedthit
pitcher. Of tese etad securedhils
bit pretty thronws by Witiney to secode
atid a qitickc respone ott Danies' art
ripped tteirchaitces for soritg rigt
there. Il the fifth Slaie singled and
toom secotid011 Snon'sercrot, iing aii
sanced in titld MietAdkis scifhed
Morcy-, ino nwan net~t in w nslilt bya
pithed ballanatd promtply stole second.
Thet utltpes atd Hfaringtoieacl ing-tf
ledlritgitigit tiecoun.Jcobasoin i
given firsi atd en-ry otetmosed tilt
iase. Miller ttustiled down itntd
strtck outtiE. Brownthit ed cifBe
loits battig list, atd -Allet cottit do
tiothintg butt lift a little fly fis t itenl
to capturte. Iithit sixt R irottni
silged,ithe tnex itwo bttsiiceed
anid Morey cold ioio beler Tercc
maiitig three ininttgs sane btt itte ten
at btnifoe Beloit.
MGininis tas it by a pted ball in
the first atd a ottce stole seconielbtt the
tealtithree nmetinwennt ulllevng11Mie
ott seond. Bnettei flied out ithile see-
onucltt Fesher sitged antd tueta stole
secotd and third. Danen fantedlantd

-Miller and Witney received free gifts
of first. McGininis then hit 1o pitcher and
Flesher was forced ont at the plate.
In the third but threec men up. Bennet
opened the fourth by drawing a bane oxt

balls atid Flesher sacrificed3 a panned
bail advannced hint to third. Then Do-
nits flied out, Miller drew a babe, anod
Bennett wan caught betwnsct third anod
home while Miller ns-s stealing secotid.
in tile fifhi Whitney struck at three of
themn and miissed, then "Mlac' wsnhit.
Hie stole secotid and swent to third on
the error that gave Condon lift on first.
"Sank" stole second and Snow flied out.
Mattesotn was then hit by the bail atid
while Bennett was at bat, McGinnis wan
caught trying to steal home. Bennett
led off again nwith a pans to first and
scent to second ott Fleshers sacrifice.
Darien and Mutler flied 0111 though atid
Benntett hugged second. The seventh
sawt the score tied. Whitney got to first
on Allen's error and kept goitig reaching-
third wchile Brown mal~de attothier error.
-Mectinnisntheil ingled aid -Whit." oath-
ed homte.Te captain stole secotid atid
wntt to third 0on the fielder's choice
whnc t rtu titred Gotidoit. Sntoiwsinigled
atid McGlinnlisscored. Thtn Stiow- sas
catighitnaitpitig off first andelMattesnu hit
to -Adkints.Itt the eighth hut three itetn
camletip all ofthtiemi hittin1111tote air.
Tiltntntu opettedimp iwithli ll~eihittintg
to pitcher and Whiitntey strikitig0111.
'clicnnismttentilht safely-, takinig secotnd
011 Duipec n cerroe atid scoritig ott Coti-
don's saide hit.ide thteti left the field on
tile solder's of the eroiNd wichllwas1
by tis im-ite excited andt ethsistlic.
Tlie nsttmardy:
BELOIT.
AB. R. H. S. P. A. Ei.
E. Bron, b.....40 00 90 0
Alleni2b .....4 0 0 0 a O1
R.Bhin b .... 0 0tet 1. .. . . .4 t 2 I 3 0 01
Adkisp... .4 0 0 a1 0 0
hfrf.....3 1 0 00 7 0
Otijie iin1. .. .3 0 a 0 2 0 21
141111n1toilns..3 0 1 02 3 1J
Jaicobsntc.....20 0 07 2 01

A Gentleman's Feet...
do cot hue to be crowded info
uncomfortable ohoes in order to comply
with the town of fashion.
Fashion has become decidedly lenient.
Perhaps not pemanently no, but we won't
worry about the future. At $2.98 a paie
we guarantee to furnish an ultra-fashionable
and more comfortable oboe tbun can be poe-
chased esewhere at an equal price. And
one guarantee meanst your money bach if
you want it.+J.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE
OpnEein 109 S. Main

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F1NE CLOTHING _ -
MEM'YORK. '.,',,
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TO BE WELL DRESSED
You shocild go to tho ..
New
Clothing
Store
Where you still find a Strictly New, Fresh
and Up-to-Date Stocke of the Finest Tailor
iMa.de Garments shoesing te latest fads.
YOU CAN'T MAKE A MISTAKE
Our prices range $1o.oo to $20.00. A few-

T ls.. Is 1 2 6 3 26 13 r/ '0U m I moments of youlr time swell spent.
\lwisoualt illicnit niu g ru1 n titade.
NIICHIG biN.
nfl x ~ ~ L2I1 South Main Street,
\ 1111____ TELR& WUERTR
Codn,1) .... 4O 0 1 AND
slo,1,~ ha. .4 GASAN ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
Bentt itr. 0.. 1 .2io 0 oI o o ALY ONTIY POTBE AP ETC.,
Flelan - t be ..n.4 0 I 0 I ASEILY AIAYPLUMBtING, STEAM ANitiiHOT WAThR nEATING.
bullet, p....0..20oo0 1 4o J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST..
bbh1itinc}Yc. ....3 1 0 0 9 3 0

Toials ......30 3 522712 1
Inig 12 3 4 5 I67 89 ttH
Mcia...0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1-3 8 1
Fistbae nerroirs-Muehigatu 3.
Bes n sitithinBy Adkins, 4. Hit by
titchued bal-By Adkin,4;han hiller 2.
Stutck0111-Bny'Adkins,4,his Mller, 7.
Passed balinsJfII oiin i. 1Lefti cii loses
-'ItuciintSb Beloit, 4.Stoiln bases-
MtcGinnis, 3;GhConon, hnlet r,2; hillier,
Muorey. kutmiI -Fitzai}iionts Attendt-
Saturday Scores.
Cicngii12; N orthwnsestetn,2.
Ptricetonit6; Laftsycite, o.
Genii, it Hartvaid. m.
Obaerlini,960 b W. U,5
Nu tiunin 9;Columlbian2.
Pentnsylisiui o 'Analtinshi
Snatiurdnyantern00011thue ftrtshtmedics
dienaed tte cophtomoreof h0111depalrt-
mnmt it a ittactice catte o at-s--banllby, a
score ofi In to 14. (ien01flime nsoth's
rnts ieee secured in the fluirstining af-
te r witchdmthe ftreshmtenmmchangted ithers
ih tinuucimbadieursuccess.
tMonte Crtsto Cigaro, - - i10c
EnLaPreferoucia, - (fin0
~ Kicg Albert " - - h0C+
Generat Meeter " - = T10
Chancellor 10lc +
Green Seal " - 10n
SRoyal Banner ' - - 10c
Powell, Smith ,fCo.'oltei fectoo 10+
Sol Smith itussel Cigaro l 1ec +
+Sanchez & (laya t9 - IOC +
SSTAEBLER & CO.
4 3.01 S.ttaon St.,scr.Liberty.
4'+°'i ~ '°t'.j+''°'j.'tt''bi-

1 You see out every day come from
HOLMES' LIVERY
Phone 106. 515 E. Liberty Street
JOHN F. HASKETT. IEWITT ALLEN I +++++++++
223 Bo. In1al1s St. 720 So. 12th 4444444444444
New Stoic Phone 4to. New Stole Phone 2903-r
TDe
Campus pl~otofrapl ers N-

Havsacull tine of U. of M. and Ann Arbor
Views. Mahe a specialtyp of Students' Rlooms
and Flashlight Work, atresoonoblecprices.
Viewston note at Calkins', Ichiedee'e, Los-ell's,
Edwareds Beos. and Schollter's Blookstore.

AT HANK'S
where you can refresh and resuscitate
the most Jaded spirit on a warm day,
all of our flavors, combined with our
deliciousutee Cream, are the cream of
the fountain.
316 S. State St.
200 E. Washingtont St.

A MOST EXQUISITE TOOTH PASTE
Whitens, beautifies,anod preoerves thue
teeth.
ANTISEPTIC AND VERY PLEASING TO THE
TASTE.
All druggisto 25 cento, or by mail upon
receipt of price.
C. S DENT & CO., Detroit, Mich.

L Te Ltes Color, Autonnobihe tRed.
WARS SPECIAL $3.00 SHOE TeLaetSEESHOW WINDOW
JOHN WAHR THE SHOE MAN
0 WAHR218 SOUTH MAIN

SEE OUR LINE OF 50 CENT PEARL HANDLE KNIVES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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