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May 15, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-05-15

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Pablled Daly (Sadaeaexcpte)drng the
College yarc, at,
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Oeac: The Ilad Peee, Heanig Bloc.
Both Placae ta7t.
MIANAGING EDITOR.
F. EGEHARDa, '01 L.
BUSINESS iMANAGER.
. H. HAce. '00 L.
EDITORS.
ATHLETICS, . G. D. HeDNooc, '01 E.
T. R. Weaaaaow, '00 L. A. H. MoltGoALL, '01 E
J. B. WOOD,'00, W,D.HaCaKaY, '00 M,
L.J. MONTOERYaa, 't0, R H. JRNEGAN, '00 L.
WA. Ecaoaao 'at L. V. T. EvAl '03.
Mass LLLIsAN K. SAINEc '3.
KNIGHT'S TEMPLAR.
(Coatinued fompe 1)I
a copC f tootthls ago, tett work soas
pratocel th. fitestvr sott n Nosy York
iy.
APPOINTMENTS.
Chif of staf-Sir Sid XW. Millard.
Aids--Sir J oitt Litteneschttidt, Sir
Vtllis A. Dotwtey, Sir H. G. rttymta,
Sir G. KB.1Rceod, Sir F. K. Oet, Sir
E, W. Ooen.
ESCORT AT I O'CLOCK.
Gran mtarshal atd staff.
Detroitl'tComatndery No. .
,\tria't Cl I., t tderY -No 4
Kalatto c C utttatdot yNo S
JacksoottCotttmatnety N.9
.Mlarsltall Cotttatattck No 17
Daotascus Comtttattoeto NO 4
\Witdsor recettory o1 Ottaro Cot-
da.
Anntt Arlor Cootttu 0 o.13 a
persontallescort 13o Ctrotd Cootttttdtrt
it carrages.
1tnr FORMIION
'The rattn Cotttttatdrytwillt11ket
carriages. ottSoutho Foort501101e, lhere
AttttArbor Cototo.anery owtl'asembler
1111ithter rgt rstitgoittHrott 5.
Detroit Cottttadtronot X. Huron
St., with11its rsting ttnt111111s.
Atriat, Klattaztoo 1111d1Jckisono Coto-
tatatderieson00SoutthltAsley st., rigtt
retincg ott Huron t.
.Marshltl ad ODamtascs Cotttattolr-
e antd~ Wittdsor Prectptoryott Nortit
Ashley st., right retig ott Hutrotst.
-Class Baseball Gaes.
Otn Sattotdy lte 'i detso dfeated t1he
02 dentts to to o. Batteris---'01 dett-
Hrrig atdAMcCre;1 '2 dets-Dog-
cas, race Stow natd Hotler.
Y eoterdathe 03 its 00011frotttthe
sophottores by a0 score of it to to. Bat-
erse-o3 lits-Deford atd McAfee;
02 sophcs.-W-alsh atd roesoat. Utt-
pire-Geake.
'Tle remoaititg gamtes itt the firt rotttd
of te011100 series w ill be played ats fol-
lows:
00o L. ovs. '01 M. Saturday, May 19 at
4 p. t.
02 M. vs. '03 M. Satrday, May 19 at
TIt a. 1t.
00ovs. '1 XWedteoay, _May o6 at 4 p.
Dr. Lloyd Will Speak Beore Detroit'
Philosophicas' Soiet.
Dr. Alfred H. Lloyd of the Univrsiy
will glee the first of a series of paprs
by wel-knowun non-resdets before the
Detroit Fhilosoplical society Wedesday
evening. The subject of Dr. Lloyd'
paper, "Some Important Phseo of the
Orgatic Theory of Society," is one of
uttuaual iterest at lie present titce and
one in whliht Ie ics beetc recently iak-
fog particular research. The society will
meet 10nlte'Turkish prlors of the Hotel
Cadillac. Admission will be free, and
alumni of the U. of M. and all interested
in philosophical, social, religiotts or ec-
nonmical problems are invited to be pres-
ent.
'00 L. Meeting.
A ueeting of the senior laws was held
yesterday at noon and ended in the usual
mix-p. Chairan D. T. Jones, of the
commitee to arrange for admission to
the state bar of Michigan, nade a report
which brought ut a sharp reply from
Senator Ward. Mbr. Jones outlined a
trip to Lansing, with a stop over at Jack-
son and a banquet at the capital city and

adnistion to the bar at the latter place.
Senator Ward leaped to his feet and do-
mcanded that County Clerk Schtth, of

THE UNIV. RbiY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

Ann Arbor, be given a chance in the ILOOK TO Us
rnatter, claitmitng that thoe Jottes cotmmnittee
foiled to ancnounce teceap 0ra lte hchoFORT
could be obtaiced core attdlwhccl wouldl
etitle the lttows to the s.003 certificates
as obtaitoed at Lattsitcg. After owratnglitcg
o'er te mttler for a tim~e the claso adl-
journed htaovicg dotcetnothcitcg.

Fine Clothing, flats
and Furnishings

ILLINOIS WINS.
Bunched Hilts 01 Beistle and Assist-
ance of the Umpire Accounts
f/or the Defeat Yesterdaaj.
Chanttpatigtt, Ill., Ma~ty 14.-{Special to
U. of M. Daily.-Fsor thtesecontt ime11
tis yalr iMichigtanaod Illittois mtcooin1
btaseball. Thtefbrot gamtt.etoet inl favor.
of te fortmer, atoc all Cloattpaigtc was
solt today to 110113their 1t0100 01 to vie-
tory'. Tccy swere sttccessittl, or at least
ttertre1m11ws.'lTe gamtle vao inth~e
mtainc part oweli playted, especislly by Illi-
tois, wsot-e battielg ws very stronlg atct
well titcetd. Thceir game inthelt field was
fairly good sod sery lucky. Michtigan
hit weell, thcoughc McCttllottsowsed iis
experience by tis sworke ittscattering te
satfe 011esatcd by his effectiovecesoswithc
mnctcott bases.
ittte fielod tlere seas greatt imoprove-
tmectt over 1110 two Chicago gamtes last
wecek. Fleschter played very tnicely at
tird base. He took too very hot 01100
ill 0110 ining, attd lis errors overe 1both
ott htardl chtancs. ]tc left field Stnow coov-
ereed all te grouttt hetore soas lto coover
tttd got scovral routtd,, of applausoe frott
thte crossdo for tis goodl soort.. '11e best
tltittgItoedied was to catchlttnntter at te
tlatce0011 attettpted to go itt ott a fly to
lf. Titnsell ls re slottsslle for fottr of
Ilinlois' dolts. lotnte sixthtitttitng thtc
tba-ssorcIttlsowitlt 110110out. .A. btat1
00a10 hishairpsly tobFleschecr,wso ttouchted
third anthe fitcteldiedltile tall to theseltel
itt tittt to get thc retttter 'goittg itt froott
thired. Tlindell called te111.111 s11e at
thtirdl owietslite wsl early forcedout01.
After thttsdecisiott a11 of Iliois' rttts
wtre scosred. Tite score:
M\ckittnts, mtoo .....4 1 0 3 0
Contono, :i.........0 16b 0
Sntow, l....4.. .:100 3 1
_latte-ot, s ........4 2 0 1 3
Daves, r .........4 ?2.2 1 &
Olettec, .....2... .4 0 I I 0
Whitney, c ........4 0 1 69
Fleschter,3 ........3 1 I 1 4
Ocistle, pl.........4 0 ;2 0 0
Tlotalt ..........36 Is 10 24 8
fllinitts.

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the handa of the foremot Fashion Mker, THE STEIN
BLOC" CO. Every Fabrie that has stregh and Charac-
ter is represented in this olletion; every style in vogue is
here. o merchant tailor will give you the amstyle and
patterns at 51. per en. more mney....... .. ...
LINDENSCI ITT
& APFEL209 S. Main
APFELStreet
SAFTER THlE MAY FESTIVAL
0 +
Stop in at PARKER'S
CAMPUS CAFE
nnd get a good, cold glass of0
. Soda Water. Strawberry
Crushes 10c.
;4.
3 We lave the exlusive right to the refreshment stand at Athletic Field.
SCHLEEDE'S
TEMPORARY i~I
BINDER
100 8TUDENTS WiNTW
Big roths. Quick Stles. A good way to mae money this summer.
F. SCHL.EEDE, - - - - - 340 South State
For a SU~'1MIISR CRUISEJS ake SCue
SCOASI [INE - o MAC KI NAC
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STEAMERS. r' Luaurius Equpmnt,rtitic
SPEED, COM FORT "0 Frishing, .. Decraton and
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To DETROIT, MACKINAC, GORG~lIAN BAY, PETOSKEIY, CICAO
NooheLioferPal naoaao 60mes ofqalatya dineree s te ..
Font rps pe Weeklet- o P ay ad Nih ae'sne an
Toledo DetrotanetMackynu and DTROIT AND CEV[LAND
PRTaSRST, "IHS o," noaRqateBethslb, $1.0, 1.5 Saeoo, 2.2bn
ADeDULTHn. Ctveand, Conetos ae .eacleetnm1dth
LOW ATE I. ictresEns~trintaa s ,all pois st, Sou5ath
ReOur SATES IS Ptene ann ea atsnd S Put. n-Ba" ad Sethoaahac ada Dtroioatpit,
ioto at teSra 53nvlacS!1. mccc; rar and Toledo. NrthnddnOtheet.
, tram Sndy TpJn, Jly, Agst,
To~ l ae , 72;frm Detroi, $14.55Spembe n coersOly.
Sen5ad I. A o Iutratentd Pmphtat . dy, pCD 1 IIF l HovIItIi .
1.5.. SHtAT, . luss . DTI, l I CH. CtO.
G AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.
'Chose Jew_ ,,
You see out every day come from
HOLMES' LIVERY
Phone 106. 55 E. Liberty Street

Coools,ilttt.......5
Fultott, 2'....a...
Adsit, i..........4
Develde, r ...a...
'.htllcess........4
Johttstott, C.........
WXildler, I.1.....
Steittoell, 3 . . .....
McCuillont, P.........

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1 3
2 12
3 3
1 0

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Totals .........43 12 I5 27 tO
Itntitgs ........ 1 234 5f678 9
Illinois ..........0 3o05o04 0o-z2
Mlichtigano .0..o2 zto otoa2o-f6
Errors-Matteson, Blencoe, XWhlittey 2,
Flescher 2, Beistle, Johntcont 2, XWilder,
Steitnweddell.
Toco-base hits-Davies, Flescher. Firot
case 011 ltalls-Off Beistle t, off McCol-
luttc 2. Hit by pitched ball-By Beistle
t, by MeCullotnot. Struck out-By
Beistlo a, by MclCullomo5. Double play
-Snowv and Whlitney. Unpire-Tindell.
STRAWBERRY
CRUSH
(FRESH FRUIT)
10OC
QUARRY'S
CxAMPU:1t.S DRU'tx STORM.

i tl%3' v.. 't w V V

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FWAHR'S SPECIAL $3.00 SHOE The Latest Color, Automobile Rd
N ~SEE SHOW WNO
JH WA R THE SHOE MAN 1
JOHN WAHR218 SOUTH MAIN

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