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ANN ARROR, MICHIGAN, SL-ND W, MAY 14,'1911. , ,

Vol. XXI.

SYRACUSE TAKES KEEP OFF THE GRASS
TEN INNING GAME __
1FOR1E'STRYN' CLU1B'PT HONORf
Wel! Fought Contest Is Lost by -- l'""1'~~Pi
Wolverines; Score Is Clb1i011 begilen a te It 'l~all tn-
5 to 4.oclock. 111e lanlut tthisya wilh
of the forestr01 epatment ,e0'
COTTRELL AND SMITH BATTLE _Michiganillt.June to acecpt t1i .1 TI
o seir proessor of oe'tat )r
Tit a hair raising struggle mlarkedi hy Toats williih1e rsondedt haIt o sl\ g.
fre te Syracutse warriors oi tferry n11)0114 byxaqurtt
field1 Saturdiay afterntoon. It took tell------ - -
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"EHM"N CONQUER
SECN E - I ..AR MEN
ushball Contest and One Relay
Give 1914 Class 4to 3
Victory
WO INJURIES ARE REPORTED

KEEP (OFF THE GRASS
U-I N TE)N'iNNIS 'I OLRNAM1(IN'
IiNPTRI ifS TO) CLO,fliTODAY.
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ill 1e asstited lby lr. Lee, of tile Ger-
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tesans ill 11111k'e tteir' arrangemenl'ts

Vict11ry1illt mle oI
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I(' direr relay races
C.()iit(, it \'( .,today
11 1)Y '<t sco "O Of 4
iW r('la} s, the total
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PLAN TO SUMMER ABROAD

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c 1ii-st of the I: ''
I-fliminy the 'alt
tljc, first vear Ines
.d a ttt the final
had a str()lIg- Iciltl
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Incl a I><trric°r too
sophomores gaiti-
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the fresltnt("n, was
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We -1 le m ll'"Ith titophy

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Will Tour Europe
1111 auly f 1111tile unliersity will
be w1111 represen'itedlinil i,llrop iliritig
theIcoing sum01111110. N 11'oftile pro-
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IItak lluplfutheor sliastic wolrk, as well
as t 'l011j'y tie leasures115of foreign
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lcavIt I)f iabsence,wilfl oisit iglallli lir'
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f1r I11talyteirst of1 next 100011 Daroing
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will1 visit Swxitzelnda 'el sGer-
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eltsIItotke up furotheorhistorica1 llork.
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dulrin~g lie lsummerl00a100:Prof. ItBoke
a1111 11r01. T'tlockt of1the literary dle-
plaritment, and1Dr.io.l1111, ro. iAigeu-
hliick, Prof. Smtith aiiiP1r00. iRandlli
of 11111'enginee'rinbg ideparlitmt.
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MICHIGAN RUNNERS
DOWN METHODISTS
Orangemen Are Almost Shut
Out on Track, Losing
Contest 40 to 85
MEET FEATUREnh BY SURPRISES
8;tip I40.
Onitheat:110101te Wollverines lea1 the
111y tte strintgitlevery'eventtIwitl the~
e txception oIf te 11qua'r billeI, PFog m-
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f.Oange riunrto10 ehoissshw
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