THE MICHIGAN DAILY
POLE-VAULTER INJURES ANKLE.
C has. Barton, Varsity Track Man, May
Hare to (4ive up Work.
Charles P. Barton, Michigan's best
pole vaulter, will probably be kept out
of track work for the remainder of the
season, owing to an injury to his right
ankle received yesterday. In trying
a few household gymnastlcs, Barton
turned his ankle severely, tearing a
ligament to such an extent that he will
not be able to give his ankle strenu-
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Hligh-grade made-to-measure suit of
ous use for several weeks. can, ti i 4l UUanu u llar U HUID
CarlJens, cndiatefor he ll- made, hand-mes-downs will cot you.
CarlJens, cndiatefor he ll- line of woolens and take your corre+
fresh track team, also injured himself right. Prices $22, $22.50, $265
yesterday by straining a tendon in his
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Intercollegiate, owing to the fact that -
eastern pole-vaulters have attained ex-,
treme heights. It is nevertheless dis-21SMi P
couraging to the Michigan team to
learn that one of its number is pre -____________
vented from further work this season.
)e because these master Tailors of Chicago and New Yo
It supreme style, quality and fit-hancl tailored in the;
.ions at a price $5 to $10 less than you usually pay or no
i.Then let us show you today before the selection is b
ect measure and if the suit is not satisfactory- do not acc adep
lAND & .FORS.YTHE
Packard Shoes & Oxfords 215 S. Main
hus every detail of
Cor. Farmer St.
SCRAP-HEAP IS END OF "OLD
wit in the- Daily.
"Ben" Franklin has disappeared.
Not the eminent and long-deceased
philosopher himself, but his replica as
represented by a time-worn pewter
and gilt statue which stood sentinel
in front of the old law building, long
The discovery of "old_ Ben's" final
end comes as a result of preparations
for the Seventy-fifth Anniversary Cel-
ebration. Plans had been made to res-
urrect the revered "Doctor," in order
that the old "grads" back for the fes-
tivities might again look upon their
ancient and battered friend. Only one
thing prevented the carrying out of
this idea. "Old lien" was no more.
Once night sone eighteen years ago,
when "Old Bet" stood resplendent in
his garb of bronze, on a .pedestal 1o-
cated near the northwest .corner of
the campus, some sacrilegious student
threw a bottle and hit the dignified
gentleman In' the middle of the back.
But the missile did not stop at the~
spinal column-it went right through
the pewter casing of the statue and
dropped down in one shoe.
Old Ben Falls From Grace.
Following the bottle incident, " Old
Ben's" self-respect was at an end. He
had always been regarded as imp reg-
nable, pt d when it was discovered that
his bode ,i~vr.s only an affair of thin
pewter, -many a brick-bat was hurled
at the innocent preteader.;
It soon baeean~e necessary for "Ben"
to. undergo a severe operation which
even specialists hesitated to attempt.
The skull of the old gentleman was
chiselled open, and several barrels of
cement poured into his innermost
depths, After that, he was gilded
anew, and for several days "Old Ben"
looked much as in days of yore.
Early Frost Ends the Doctor.
But the reincarnation was brief. The
operation had been performed late in
the fall, and before the cement could
dry, a frost struck .Ann Arbor, and
proved to be the final undoing of "Old
Ben." The cement in the statue froze,
bulging through the-pewter casing at
every joint. The arm holding a hat
dropped Off, and the "Doctor" became
unrecogni~zable, even, to friends who
had known himt in his former dissi-
When "0ld Ben's" condition was
found to be irremediable, he was un-
ceremoniously hoisted from his ped-
estal and stored in the university paint
shops. There he remained, covered
with dust and grime, until last winter.
Then one day, a wagon backed into the
distorted body of the "Doctor,"! and he
fell down in a heap. Nothing remain-
ed but to shovel him up and cart his
ashes away to an ignoble burial in the
So "Old Ben" will not be "at home"
to receive old friends during Coin-
Try our Karbonells
$1..00 per doz
110 E. Huron St.
To be closed
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Ex-Regent Barbour M1akes Visit Here,
Formler Regent Levi L~. Barbqur, Qf
Detroit, w}-o recently compiettd 4
journey around the wopld, was in the
city yesterday on matters of bugineos
and pleasu re,
COMING NEXT MONDAY
Harry Lyons and his girls
Day at 3 P.M
(C 04 nuecI from page
~ld c f.....21.
1arkerIf... ..3 0 1
White ss......20 1
Wort4 i gtpn 3b .. 2 2
Rhode 11......3 2 1
Greegbaum p....1 ¢00
lRoger p . ......4
APIVENFICITIS FORCES SMITil TO
have a fine line of Rubber
eels or witlhout, that are
Totals.... ...6 6 8 27 8 1
7 c . AB R HIO AFE
Bell l ...,"..,... 12 01 0
Munnre 4.. .:...01 (1 0 0
Lavans s.....,.. Q01.V63 1
Rogers c .... .r. 40Q7 4 1
Blackmnore 8b. ..f 0 1 1 400
Snadirib ,.. . ..... 209 0 50 1
Smith p..........$00 1' 24
Corbin p ........ 0 .0 0 0l 2 0
Scully2b ......,...0 0 0 001
Totals...........29 3 6 24 14 9
WVie have territory left for some 125 stu
35 of whom will be accepted from the Ut
ity of Michigan.
Our"Product is gt high class Alurmilriun
ing Utensil Specialty which appeals ins
to every American Housewife. This c~t
4 Piece Cooking Set is a regular. $3.00
seller big sompie 250 college meni will this
m @rse the pomplete set for 1-.98 as
vertisig feature. We pay 40 per cenl
mission on the advertising sale price and
bonus of $X0,00 to $100.00 Oct. 1st to
student (or. partnership) producing ae
volume of business.
Students who are not
write at once stating age
and territory desired.
it to you.
us from us this season and save money
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119 S. Main Street
Michigan......2 0 10 000 00-3
PrIaceetpn ...... 10 010 2 0 2 ---6
I LNIVORSITY NOTCES(
Band meet at bn-tand atx645 to-
night. Bring racks, but no #niforms.
Fresh engineer baseball men meet at
Ferry field, 3 p. ri today.
Laws wishing to _joii jeffersonian
society will attend meeting tomorrow
evening at 7 p. M.
W1 ,-A. [HASTING,
Superintendent of Colle
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