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INITIAL WEEK OF
CLASS BALL ENDS
Seior and Junior lets ind stni
Law; lHavo Untarn11ised
Record
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POSTrPoNEI) CAIES ('(ME TODi)Y
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With the close of the first week of
play in the interclass baseball series,:
the senior laws, senior lits, and jlnir
lits stand as the undefeated teams,ha%-
ing eliminated their opponents in two
straight games.
One game apiece is the standing of

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MONDAY AND TUESDAY
MAY 4-5
Charlotte Ives

During the "Ben Hur" season the curtain will rise evenings precisely at 5 o'clock
Mlatinees at 2 o'clock. No one seated during prelude.
Wednesday and Thursday nights at 8 P. M
MAY 6 and 7
Special Matinee Thursday, May 7, 2P.M.
KLAW & ERLANCER'S STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION
DRAMATIC MARVEL OF THE CENTURN
; itll the Beautiful Spirit and Thrilling Action of Genera
Lew W~llae,s Literary ald Religious Masterpiece. Produced wit
:n; ra s;jezit Splendor and La ish Expenditure than ever before i
ik Il e"owued an Unapu'ra l-Abie Career,
200 PFOPLE 8 OCARIOT HORSES
Seat sale Monday, May 4 at 10 a.m.
PRICES-Orchestra 13 rows, $2.00; romainder $1.50. Balcony
First 4 rows $1.50; next 4 $1.00: remainder 75e.
Gallery, (not reserved) 50c,

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Proprietor "Pop;"
Serves things to eat
Both good and sweet
Wil tteat you right
Morn, no)on and night

"POP" BANCROFT
722 Monroe
Cilars, igarettes. Tobacco
Stationary, Caudy, Magazines
etc,

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onian rubber soled Shoes and Oxfords are becoming
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of hundreds of pairs sold by us we do not know of
ngle pair that ever went wrong in any way. All
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the junior engineers against the 2oph
medics, and also of the soph lits
against the fresh lits. The deciding
games in these series are to take place
tomorrow. The second game oi the
fresh dent-homeop series will also be
played then.
Because of rain, the games scheduled
for yesterday will be played this after-
noon. They are as follows: soph engi-
neers vs. fresh medics, senior engi-
neers vs. fresh laws, junior laws vs.
junior dents.
FORESTERS' CONTESTS ARE
STAGED WITH NO. MISHAPS
Professor Lovejoy and Mr. Pottinger
Head Baseball Teams at
Annual Camp

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Xatims tces -Nights
v f GARRICK, 2 10 $1.00
execpt iIU I Wed. Mats
T iurs& Fri. 25C to $.oo
MAY ROBSON
in THE CLEVER WOMAN
COACH LUNDGREN IS CALLED
HOME BY WIFE'S ILLNESS
Syracuse Diamond Men Here Thursday
For Season's First Big
Game at Home
Michigan's diamond men will be min-
us the services of their coach during
the practice sessions this week, Coach
Carl Lundgren having been called to
his home in Illinois by the illness of
his wife. He left on Saturday night,
immediately following the Case-Michi-

The New
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We make our
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The foresters, with their pack train,
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The SgrBowl
Confectionery
We have the best assortment of
Chocolates a.nd Bon. Bo s
Al kinds of f4a sny lea Creams for Parties
Try our Fruit Swftdaes after the Theatre
MeinStreet

arrived at the campus at 10:00 o'clock
yesterday morning from Third Sisters'
Lake, after a three days encampment,
none the worse for the heavy rain
storm that visited the camp the final
night.
The festivities moved along without
a hitch, in contrast with last year,
when a drowning brought the celebra-
tion to an end on the second day. A
program of contests was held Satur-
day afternoon. E. J. "Aqua" Allmen-
dinger, '14, won the fat man's race;
J. D. Steere, '15, the pack race; Paul
Ruedemann, '15, the potato race; R. W.
Hussey, '15, the pistol shot; J. W. Sit-
ier, '14, the rifle shot and C. W. Boyce,
'14, the 100 yard dash.
Two games of baseball were played,
one team being captained by Prof. P. S.
Lovejoy and the other by Mr. J. H.
Pottinger, in which the honors were
divided evenly. ..
BLADE AND BRUSH IS NAME
OF NEW HUMORISTS' CLUB
"Blade and Brush," a new society on
the campus, was announced with the
Spring number of the Gargoyle. The
society is composed of members of the
editorial staff of the Gargoyle, and was
organized with the purpose of better-
ing the production of the paper.
The charter members of "Blade and
Brush" are Lester F. Rosenbaum, Har-
'old R. Schradzki, H. Beach Carpenter,
Francis Bade, George C. Caron, Sylvan
S. Grosner, W. A. P. John, Edward Ma-
guire, and Clark Smith. Associate
member, P. Duffy Koontz.
Raise More Than Intended for Busrah
Busrah contributions are still com-
ing in and the total subscribed to date
is over $4,500, or nearly $200 - more
than the Y. M. C. A. attempted to raise.,

back in Ann Arbor until Thursday.
In the meantime, Captain George Sis-
ler will have charge of the daily drills.
,No game is scheduled for Wednesday'
of this week, but Thursday the Wol-I
verines will be called upon to playI
their first "big league" game on theI
home grounds when the Orangemen
of Syracuse come to the Ferry field di-
amond for the first of a series of two
games. On Friday the easterners will
"show" in East Lansing against the
Aggies, returning to meet the Michigan
tossers again on Saturday.
A short practice session was staged
yesterday afternoon, the rain prevent-
ing any extensive drill.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
'Ivanhoe" at the Majestic
For two nights, starting Thursday,
May 7, Manager Lane announces a
moving picture production of Sir Wal-
ter Scott's masterpiece, "Ivanhoe," at
the Majestic theatre. Inasmuch as thiF
film was taken in Scotland, the actual
scene of Scott's novel, with a thousand
or more players taking part, a thor-
oughly artistic performance is assured,
The dramatization will be presented in
five acts. Three performances will be
given each evening, the first beginning
at 7:00 o'clock and lasting for one
hour. Regular Majestic prices will
prevail for the engagement.
Band Announces Program
That old familiar thrill that chases
up and down the spine when the Uni-
versity band plays Varsity, will again
be rampant when the band gives its
second concert of the year in Hill au-
ditorium on the evening of May 7.
The following program will be pre-
sented:
Coronation March from La Prophet.
Selections from "Sweetheart."
Quartet-Selected
Descriptive "Fantasia."
"The Haunted House."
"Blue Danube" Waltz.
"Mill on the Cliff."
Medley of Michigan Operas.

BOAT CLUB WILL GIVE OUT
NARA TIHON RULES TURSDAY
Ten Teams Make Preliminary Trips
Down From Lakeland in Less
Than Five Hours
Preliminary to the water marathon
next Saturday, ten teams of two men
each came down the river from Lake-
land Saturday and Sunday. The run-
ning time was from four and a half to
five hours. As a result of the experi-
ence of these men, the boat club will
publish Thursday morning information
and rules for all the teams which will
make the trip in the finals.
The Eastern Michigan Edigon'com-
pany has donated a handsome cup for
the water marathon. This will be put
on exhibition in a State street store
window tonight.
INTERCLASS RELAYS WILL
FEATURE INTERSCHOLASTIC
Intramural Runners Will Be Afforded
Another Chance to Win
Class Numerals
A series of interclass relay races
will feature this year's interscholastic
meet, if Director Rowe's present plans
materialize.
The same teams that competed last
winter in the interclass serics will.

MAJESTI
Trwo Night. Onlty

THURSDAY
FRIDAY - -

May 9-1

Three Shows Nightly, 7 to 10
Maginificent Pholto Play
'IVANSE' Sir
Walter
$50,000 MOTION PICTURE
CAST OF 5,000 ACTORS
Beautiful Scenes--Wonderful Pictures
ADULTS 1c-CILDREN5c
while sitting on seats of canoe. Kneel
in bottom.
1. Never attempt to leave a canoe
when capsized, if unable to swim.
Cling to canoe.
7. To be safe always carry cushion

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black and tan calfskin, low broad heels,
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Prices $3.50 to $6.00

styles distinctly

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probably be given another c
race for their numerals on
ders, as an added attraction
prep school meet.
Director Rowe requests t
class track managers visit hi
this morning at the athletic
tion office or in the afternoon
field.
SUNDAY BRINGS ACCIDE
HURON WATERS
(Continued from page
hoss, if necessary, was much
ed, and had some difficulty in3
land himself.
As a result of Sunday's a
a specil meeting of Boat club
was called Iasi night, at which
lowing suggestions were draw
1. Never stand up in a can
2. Never attempt to chan
tions in a canoe without first
on shore.
3. Never place hands on
canoe. This is important.
4. Never hurry when ent
stepping out of a canoe.
- 5. Never attempt to shoot

hance to
the cn-

st. V ahr' Shoe Stores Mai St.
"Nettleton Shoes''

life preserver in canoe, especially
when accompanied by a woman.
8. Never take a woman in a canoe
if ur.able to swim yourseli.

for the
h I GLEE CLUB TO PLAY JACKSON ON
that all SATURDAY
in either (Continued from page 1)
aisocia- will be the guests of the local musi-
at Ferry cians at a dance at the Michigan Un-
ion.
i The concert entitled "College Vaude-
NT ON ville," will be a departure from those
given -by the Michigan men, in that it
1) will consist almost entirely of vaude-
exhaust- ville stunts. Although the local men
reaching wil be on the platform they will take
only a small part in the entertainment.
ecidents, Tickets will sell for 25 and 50 cents.
b officers June 4, a farewell concert in Hill
the folt auditorium will oflicially wind.up the
n up: year. Complete arrangements have
noe. not yet been made for this program.
ge posi- The annual banqtet and business
landing : meeting of the clubs will be held at the
Union on the evening of May 11, at
sides of which time officers for next year will
be elected.
ering or
Diemel linen mesh underwear at
"rapids" . Lindenschmidtt Apfel & Co.

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