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May 08, 1904 - Image 2

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THE IVIOHLGAN DAILY -

G. . Wild Compay
Leading Merchant Tailors
SPRING WOOLENS
For Suits, Top Coats and
Trousers. Full dress suits a
specialty. Let us show you
our Loudon Serges, London
Cheviots, Scotch Mixtures,
Kilowens, Blarneys, High-
lands, Edinburghs, Drum-
tochty's, McGugors, London
and St. Andrew Flannels,
London Cassimeres or Amer-
ican Serges. Please call and see
O R. Wild Compaly
108 E. WAShINGTON STREET.
The Great Game f
T
SExciting Fun for Everyone
Pocket War klals for the 3
Far East, f cS.
SHEEHAN & CO.,s
University Booksellers, Sta-
tioners and Engravers.
320 South State Street.
MANN'S DRUG STORE
213 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Correct Clothes for Men
0 g et g o od
clothes-to get
any good article
-you must pay
good prices.
Whether you pay
$15 or $50 for
copyright 190ยง, A..&Co. ALFRED BENJAMIN
& Co. Clothes, you get $15 or $50
value. Find this label
It Af~d B~aminI
MAKERS NEW YORK
on your coat-hanger, inside coat
pocket, or waistcoat strap and you

find the highest grade ready-for.
service apparel that can possibly
be produced.
Equal to fine custom-made in all but
price. The makers' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment. We are
Exclusive Distributors in this city.
CUTTING, REYER & CO.
o9-lo m East Washington St.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as second class matter at the Ann
Arbor Post, Ofe
Published daily (Mondayexcepted during the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
<basementIloor,side entrance Phonet 82 3r
MANAGING EDITOR:
S. EMORY THOMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ROSCOE B. EUSTON
EDITORS:
Athletics. - - toBERT K. WALTON
Newo,- - - J. S. BALEY
ASSOCIATES :
Oiflord Stevenson, Roy Peebles,
A. M. Graver, Henry P. Erwin
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
tda M.Browrigg. I.Waite Jaye.
Geo. . Obor. Harold C. Smith.
Harry h. Andrews. Thos. A. Sims.
Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew.
BUSINESS STAFF:
C. A. Tom~pson. Wi. It. Lloyd
M. 5. Koblit. H. K. Latourette.
Benj. . DueRoy. Thos. L. Fekete.
Max Pelelsteo
Editor Today-A. H. ORTMEYER.
subscription--Two Dollars per year, payable in
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1, 1903, $2.50
Office Huars:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
/ Telephone, 461.
CALENDAR.
Sunday, 6:30 p. n., McMillan Hall-
Rev. Willis R. Hottcskiss, Travel-
ing Secretary of the Students'
Volunteer movement, will address
tUniversity men.
Sunday, May 8, 6:30 p. m.-McMillan
Hall, Rev. Willis R. Hotchkiss,
Traveling Secretary of the Stu-
dent Volunteer Movement will ad-
dress University men.
1 Sunday, May 8, 8 p. m.-Rosini's
Stabat Mater. St. Thomas church
May 8-Wesleyan Guild lecture by
Dr. Gordon of Boston.
May 9-Southern Club dance.
May 12, 13, 14,-May Festival.
Even though Michigan lost first
place in the Northern Oratorical
League contest Friday night, the Wol-
verines have reason to be proud of
the excellent showing made by her
representative. -gainst odds of
speaking first, Michigan's orator did
honor to the University and won de-
served praise for his splendid address.
Michigan has secured a number of
victories in oratory during the year,
and altogether the men who have rep-
resented the University have attained
signal success.
(Continued from page one.)
cusable muff. Ellsworth's Texas
leaguer runnig back into right field
for it. Baird hit to left and Redden
made a poor throw to second, the ball
going to the grandstand. Both De-
Pree and Carrothers went after the
ball. The right fielder got it first
and threw it to first at once, when De-
Pree was yards away from his base.
The ball went to the backstop and by
the time at had ceased its wanderings,
Ellsworth had crossed the pan. Red-
den saved another score by his grand-
stand catch of Nowell's difficult fly.
U. of M, Antiseptic Barber Sho
AND BATE 1ROOMS.5
J. R. TROJAIOWSKI, Proprietor.
Face Massage a Specialty.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET
C. M. MAJOR &. COMPANY
Specialty of [ine
Interior Decorating
Complete new line of Wall Papers,
Paints, Oils and Varnishe.
123 E. Washinton. Phone 237

BAILEY l. EDMVNDS,
FISH NETS for Decorating
. 121 E. LIberty St.
b ATHENS PRESS
tprinters !
Z 2mdlFloor'. Atheu ~lkcare'OlBlo.

The Captain met it ankle high and fell
in a heap but held the ball.
Michigan was unable to rally with
the stick in the ninth inning and the
game ended with a score of 4 to 2.

The summaries:-
Michigan ab
Redden, 1. f. ........4
Bird, c ............4
Campbell, s. s. ....4
DePree, 1st. ........4
Boyle, 3d ...........3
Carruthers r. f. ..4
O'Brien, 3d. 3
Turner, c. f. ... 2
Wendell, p. .........3
Total- .-31
Chicago ab
Bezdek 2d. ........3
Harper, c. ..........4
Smart, r. f. ........4
Ellsworth, p......... 4
Stillman, 1. f. . 4
Paul, s. s ...-..4
Baird, 3d. ..........4
Bloomer, 1st-.......4
Nowells, c. f. ......4

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lennis Rackets
Perfect Balance.
Best White Ash Frames.
Clearest and Best Quality Gut
Stringing.
Workmanship and Finish
Throughout the Best Ever
Put Into a Tennis Racket.
You'llfind all of these good
points is
THE 1PIM1 at $8.00
AND-
SPALDING'S GOLD MEDAL
With Cover, $8.00.

Total. -............35 4 427 16 3
Two bagger, Harper. Sacrifice hits,
Carruthers, Campbell. Left on bases,
Chicago 4, Michigan 3. Stolen bases,
DePree, Bird, Nowells, Bloomer,
Struck out, by Ellsworth 6, by Wen-
dell 5. Base on balls, Bezdek. Hit by
pitcher, Boyle, Turner. Passed ball,
Wendell and Bird. Umpire, Byron of
Detroit.
Score by innings:
. 2 34856 7 89 rhoe
Chicago 000002011443
Michigan 000101000244
Batteries-Ellsworth and Harper,
Harper.
APARTMENT HOUSES.
The building of the new apartment
house on South State street by Mr.
Cutting, although not primarily de-
signed for students, has started the
students to talking about apartment
houses for their own use, and a stu-
dent correspondent for an outside pa-
per sends out the following:
"Apartment houses for university
students have long been a much
needed commodity at Michigan, and
the need will be fulfilled for the first
time next fall. Work has just been
started on a new apartment house on
State street and if it proves success-
ful, several others will be erected.
It is claimed for the new apartment
house that it will possess all of the
advantages and none of the disadvan-
tages of rooms in private'houses.
Greatly increased luxury and con-
venience, it is said, will necessitate
the construction of several apartment
houses to satisfy the student demand.
"The apartment house system has
been in vogue for some time at other
universities, notably Harvard and
Yale. The apartment house usually
receives some name, and the stu-
dents occupying it are saluted by this
appellation.
"Michigan undergraduates are still
in doubt as to the success of the
apartment house experiment. Ann
Arbor college rooms are with few ex-
ceptions, located in private rooming
houses. While many of the rooms
lack conveniences, they have the ad-
vantage of privacy. Very few stu-
dents are ever heard to "knock" on
their rooms."

For sale at
WAHR'S BOOKSTOR[S

LAW aild
MEDICAL
BOOKS
Bought, Sold aild
Exohailgod
C. E. BARTHELL
Tel. 761. 326 S. State St.
Irritated faces soothed
and healed. Williams'
Shaving Stick.

DEAN M. $SABOLT, Maager
f
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Whistly Music A Beautifully Massive Scenic
You'll Like Costumed Chorus Effects
EVERYTHING NEW THIS SEASON
Prices: 25c-35c-50c-75c-$1.00. Seat Sale Monday.

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TINKER & COMPANY. FURNISHERS and HATTERS. 334 S. STATE ST., Phone 342-Zr

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