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Bloomington Daily Student (Newspaper) - May 4, 1906, Bloomington, Indiana
Student Voz. Xxxi. No. 139.�onlversity of Indiana. Friday May 4. 1906 a kick two Csmos. Old students recall Walker proves an Enigma fax Noble comment on few a a a a a a or. A a. \ i if i Bemona rations Quot a tri a i la 8tx7dbnts werb>oirbe8 Chicago twirler is a Puzzle to Yurl jul name is on i a. It we a Fly a a Demster Quot the stir of favourable comment elicited by the installation of the clock and Chimes on the student building brings to the minds of the older people hereabouts memories of a similar demm stration a Good Many years ago. It was Over the inauguration of the Sun dial a event of As much importance then a the great improvements of the present Era Are now. About 1870 the agitation for a Sundial was begun and acct Ding to graduates of that period. Or. Theoph Tusl Wylie then professor of chemistry was the one who started it. At a Iii rate his chemistry students seems to have taken the most Active interest in the plan. They constituted themselves a committee to work it up among the students the Sun dial was to Cost about $150 and fifty cents no More no less was collected from each student in school to defray the expense. No single class was to have the Honor of presenting the timepiece. Every student in College at that time had an Equa Opportunity to become one of the donors. Or. Joseph , 71, and Rev Thomas j. Clark 72, two alumni who were in school then say the Sun dial was a Point of Central interest for Long time. Appropriate exercises were held when the ctr cd was installed and .1 -.1 the student to Turied out in Masse for a Long time after it was put place it was not a a it Range thing to see several students gathered around the dial at any Quot our of the Day. Indeed there is evidence to the Point that Many students its cd the siiri Ial As a time piece in lieu of a we to i. It is Safe to assume this from the present inclination on the part of a Good majority to depend largely on the University clock. A a i Chicago 7 Indiana 3. In going up against the Chicago University nine yesterday the varsity struck hard proposition Fred Walker Stagg a reliable Pitcher proved to be a Fera Bury died on second for the following three were unable to hit safely. In third Hunter reached first on a Fumble by Brooks and went to second on a wild pitch. A fierce drive through Chiaiese Puzzle and the visitors could scored Hunter and do but Little with his enigmatic Al de Phi p8i wins balt by Abs it it gab a burlesque on the great Nai Oral game was enacted on Jordan Field yesterday afternoon. The Curt it arose promptly at three o clock. Quot Rab Quot Hare and Quot Howdy Quot Mutz were the tossers. The features of the game were a Lott s one hand catch in deep left and Quot Webb Adams terrific batting. The curtain fell about five o clock with the score 7 to 6 in favor of Phi Psi. Very. Six hits were gleaned but were so scattered that they did Little Good. Besides this Indiana did not Accord i Unap the support he deserved amassing six error behind the Star twirler. Several of these proved costly. No runs were scored until the third inning when a hit an error and a stolen j base gave the Cream and Crimson one tally. The Midway tossers chalked up three in their half of the fourth and annexed another in the fifth and two More in the seventh. With the score standing six to one against them Clev Enger s charges went to Bat in the eighth determined to make a showing arid shorten the breach. The prospects Lobker Good for a time but when the Moke of Battle was Over but two men had crossed the Home plate and Chicago former having quit school and the latter of these Stagg s men marked up one More tally. This ended the run getting on both sides. Capt. Fred Baird third baseman and Captain of the Windy City club sustained his reputation As one of the Best College third basemen in the country. Baird has had frequent offers to play professional Ball but to All of these has turned a deaf ear. The line up Mcferren Catcher Gaarde Dunlap. Pitcher. Walker Hunter first Bas Meigs Boyle. Second base. Burke Snyder Bradbury. Turd base. Baird Robinson. Short Stop Templeton Williamson Loftfield Eckersall Moore. Centerfield Nowells Rau. Brightfield. Pau the Ninou oame the tabulated score for wednesday s game with Illinois has arrived and is pointed below. There is not much More to be said except that half of the opponents runs can be attributed directly to Hunter s passes. No less than thirteen times did he Issue transportation to the initial bag. And As almost All of these into runs it can be seen that the varsity Pitcher proved his own undoing. Things started Well for Indiana Boyle the first Man up slammed out a Thi Ltee bigger and scored on a hard two bigger i it y Bradbury who followed. By Koore after stealing second. Two Quot Measley Quot hits were gathered off Chritz in three More innings resulting in no scores and then Bushnell went in and likewise held the hoosiers to two hits in three innings. Illinois first runs came in the second inning As a result of a pair of passes three stolen bases and a clean hit by Carrithers. Quot carry Quot himself scoring on a passed Ball. And so on. In the sixth the Orange Blue accumulated seven runs which meant a final Farewell to the varsity s Hopes. The score i f n a heat it Hehs he i Quot a it. 4 olympic Conte it dose with vlotoi7 cd a a Nadian in Liliet arb bks disappointed a it a a a a Indiana a. R. H. ?0. A. E Boyle 2b a a s i 3 7 0 0 Bradbury 3b. A a 3 i 2 0 2 0 Robinson 6s. A a 4 0 0 i 1 i Moore of. A 4 0 i 2 0 0 Mcferren c. 4 0 i 5 2 0 Williamson if. 4 0 0 0 0 0 o Donnell in. 4 0 0 6 i in Rau. Of. 4 0 0 2 0 Hunter p. 4 i i i i i totals. 36 3 8 24 7 4 Illinois a. R. H. To. A. E. Vandagrift 3b. A a 4 2 2 i 0 0 Brooks 2b. A a 4 0 1 i 2 i Demmitt of. 5 2 i i 0 i Dickess. A a 5 3 2 i 4 0 Carrithers if. A a 4 4 3 i 0 0 Snyder in. A a 5 2 2 7 i 0 Ray. Of. A a 3 2 1 i 0 0 gunning c. A a 5 3 2 12 0 0 Ovitz a. ,. 2 4 i i 0 i Bushnell p. I 0 0 r 0 0 totals. A 38 22 is 27 7 3 Indiana Illinois 000000�? 2 4 7 2 4 3 �?22 Indiana Illinois 000000�? 2 4 7 2 4 3 �?22 Quot two base hits Bradbury gunning v Vandagrift. Three base hits Boyle. Home runs Demmitt Carrithers 2. Sacrifice hits Brooks. Stolen bases Bradbury valid adrift 2 Dicke 3, Carrithers 4, Ray 2, gunning Ovitz. Bases on balls Bushnell i off Hunter 13. Hit by pitched Ball Arr Thors. Passed balls Mcferren. Wild pitch Ovitz. Struck out by Hunter 3, by Ovitz 9. By Bushnell 3 Umpire Pickett attendance�?600. With the Marathon race run before an assemblage which totalled 160,000 persons and won by William s. Hire eng of Canada the olympic games of 1906 came to an end at Athens yesterday. Eighty three athletes who started in the race slept Over night at Marathon. The sure was at 3 of Cloctt. All along the Road Between Marathon and he stadium there were passes of spectators who encouraged the greeks entered in the race. The scene when the latter came Over the brow of the Hill which overlooks the stadium was tremendous. The entire assemblage keyed up by the. Continuous Roar of shouting from without Whitfi grew stronger and stronger As the first two men came up the ascent on the other Side arose All together and joined their applause with that of those who had awaited the governor s warning note. Then the cries stopped at once and the stadium was absolutely Leader was not greek. Across the be spattered running shirt of the first Man who came across the Divide was the Maple Leaf of Canada. A faint Hope sprang up when less than three Yards Back of him came another toiling figure. A it that was the swede. Then there was a Long wait and by the time another figure crossed the sky line the race was Over and ran Down the decline and dashed around the stadium to the finish. He was in Good condition despite a fail for in the last few Miles he had been almost unconscious of fatigue. To Crown the games the athletes of the red it White and the Blue took two More firsts. Paul Pilgrim of the new York a. C., showed he was one of the Best men on the team by defeat Iii tit Only Lieut. Hals Well in the 8ao-meter race but the great Lightbody As Well. Pilgrim gave Lightbody a neck and neck fight from the Start both men racing All the distance. They pulled away from the rest. In the stretch ten Yards from the tape Pilgrim prov the better Man. He came a wily and won by two Yards. Lightbody was four Yards before Hals Well. The time 3 01 is was not fast. The standing High jump was won by Ray c. Ewry new York a. Cat five meet two inches. The discus throw went of. Finland distance is feet 6 inches. Continued on Page a
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