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May 08, 1912 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-05-08

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AY, MAY 8,l1912.

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n a pic-
give to
3chlicht-

made to transport bedding
camp duffel to the scene of t
cue, providing all such para
is left in the basement of the
ics building before Friday r
articles should be carefully
tagged.
Several new contests have
ranged for this year in the fie
In addition to the canoe til
test and canoe and swimmi
will occur rifle and pistol ma

an

been ar-
Id sports.

the

caps.

special
to win
acuse
Dr. K
be no

GAMES 1
LOCAL 1911 LITS TO BOLD

entry

Stops one Contest
Baseballs Puts the
to Other.

and Lack
Quietus

of I

REUNION DINNER SATURDAY

be

Two featureless interclass baseball
in games were pulled off on South Ferry
field yesterday afternoon, the soph
lits and junior laws emerging from the
mix-ups as victors over the junior
lits and dents respectively. The law-
[B dent affair was called to a halt at the
beginning of the seventh inning on ac-
count of rain, at which time the score
be stood 7 to 3 with the laws on the larg-
er end of the count. Batteries: laws,
Lungerhauser and Butler; dents,
Bruce and' O'Conner. Umpire, Bor-

class col<

-sI leske.
ses
.nd After
,Ien ru

a half innings had
the .unior-soph lit

Desirous of living over again the
"good old days," at least for one ev-
ening, the 1911 lits who are still in
college are planning a reunion dinner
at the Michigan Union for 'next Satur-
day, May 11, at 6 o'clock, Fred Law-
ton, who is now in Detroit, will pre-
side as toastmaster, and Ralph Craig
and other class notables will attend
At least forty are expected to be pres-
ent. 'Informal talks based on their ex-
periences since graduating will be giv-
en by several of the men. Tickets are
now on sale at seventy-five cents.
Author is Guest of Literary Society.
Will Levington Comfort will be the
guest of honor at the annual banquet
of Phi Alpha Tau to be held tonight
at the Union. Ile will speak on the
difficulties of writing, as a profession.
The program also includes several
addresses and some original verse by
mnembers of the organization.
Commerce .CIpb Will. Visit Detroit.
At a meeting. of the Commerce club
last evening,-it-was decided to make a
trip to Detroit .Friday morning, leav-.
tig at 6:57, for the purpose-of visiting
the Ford Motor o., Pinkem Axle Co.,
and Parke, Davis and Co. It was also
voted' that tlie club take part in the
Seventy-fifth Anniversary celebration.

dual meet for the All-Fr
team, it is thought that a g
of the first year men will b
to compete on Wednesday,
announcement relative to
meet for the freshmen will
be made within a few days,
gotiations turn out as expe
LOCAL ALUMNUS IS
Attorney A. J. Sawyer Hur
Smash-yp.
Andrew J. Sawyer, '99 L,
nent local attorney, was inji
his automobile turned tur
South Lyons Monday nigt
Koch, a son of the local c
who was driving the car, wa
ly killed, being crushed by
chine. .
Mr. Sawyer sustained a b
ger and severe bruises. H
fined to his bed but will reco
machine was going round
when it overturned, pinning
pants under it. Herman Ga
city and F. R. McLaughlin,
who were in the car, esca
minor injuries.

will be given free t
ho have complied wit
nactment. Extra cop
ered from the commil
future as the bookie
about the end of th

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h
o-
t-
t

balls having been lost and no others
procurable, the score standing 6 to 1
in favor of the second year men. The
batteries: juniors, Towle, Gump, and
Graham ;sophs, Baker and Millard;
Umpire, Wilson.

e v,
Fresh Lits Dance Tomorrow Night.
The last fresh lit' dance of the year
i- will be given tomorrow ni ht gt Gran-
- ger's. Preparations are being made
L1 for a large crowd. Tickets may be ob-
.e tained from members of the 'social

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