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. THfl MICRTG,&N DAILY.

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BATTERS TAKE 7-2 VICTORY IN
SECOND CLASH
(Continued from page 1.)
ferings in the way, of hits totalling only
four. He issued but a trio of free pass-
es, and struck out three of the Or-
an gem en.
Eight Men at Btat
He was incidentally mixed up vitally
in the scoring. In the second inning
Hippler sent Baker home after, the
shortstop had gained his base via the
hit route. With the Michigan catcher
on first, Quaintance landed on the ball
for a clean triple, and Hippler counted.
Sheehy was lilt by Nichols, stole sec-
ond, and then Howard's clean hit scor-
ed them both. The total for this in-
ning was four, with nine Wolverines
facing the pitcher before the last man
went down.
In the seventh they again pried open
the lid and eight men came to bat.
Howard singled and McQueen walked.
Then Sisler came through with his
full-route slamn. Four other Michigan
runners got on the sacks in this inning,
but a combination of force outs, strike-
outs and nipped stek.lers ended the
segring.
Leave for Ithaca
The victory of the Wolverines today
gives them a record of 15 straight
wins. The squad left tonight for Itha-
ca where the Cornellians will be the
opposition tomorrow. Ferguson is
scheduled to appear on the mound for
the westerners, while Regan will try
to come back and get revenge for the
defeat he suffered on Ferry field last
week.
The score:

ORPHEUM
Wed. May 20-
The Refrigerator
CArWS Captive
Thur. May 21-Big Conmedy Bill, featur-
ing Nord Steriug in
Zuzu, the- Band

MONDAY a
TUESDAYay 18=19-20 Matinees
WEDNESDAY yNights
CHARLES DICKENS'
"'IDAVID COPPERFIELD"I
In 7 parts and $00 scenes
$50,000 Motion Picture of This Novel
THURSDAY " Mafties
SATURDAY M y~-- eNights,
--Famous Daly Theatre Sucees-
"THE GREAT DIAMOND ROBBERY",
In 7 parts and 200 scenes
with acast of famous stars including Wallace 1 ddinger, ethel Proctor Otis, etc
Adults 15c-Children tOe (R.sered)2 5
Comnplete llflV P.TID AV
Change ProgramVIUN 13110 &iTfUflOUIII
EACH SHOW LASTS ABOUT 2 HOU RS
Matinees daily .3 O'clock
Two Shows Nightly7 and 9P. M.
The World's greatest Photo Plays-here every week

Leader

Keystone Comedy

Fri. May 22, Mary Fuller in Ord series
Dollie of the' Dailies)
A Matter of Dress.
Pathe Weekly
Mon-Tuss., May 25.6-Burr McIntosh
in IN MIZZOURA,
Only GA 11 Prices
Wednesdyo 20Orchestra
and Saturday 111SU'eats $i 5o
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Tobacco That is Good
For Your Nerves,
T TUXEDO actually soothes the
-'-nerves. It is justrmild enough to
keep your nervous system in poise,
your muscles in tone. Unlike other
tobaccos, Tuxedo burns cool and slow.
There cannot be a speck of irrita-.
tion in a pound of 'tuxedo.
Great singers. smoke Tuxedo just
before a performance. Public speak-
ers testifyasto its soothing influence.
Doctors recommend it to smokers
whose throats are delicate.
The Perfect Tobacco fo r Pipe and Cigarette

J
JOEL HILLMAN
proprietor " Harvey's"
Washington, D. C.
"Tuxedo is a good, whole-
some tobacco, with a mild-
ness and fragrance all its
own. It adds many degrees
to my pipe pleasure. "

ears &C., Ltd., f4 S. Main St..
FRANK BROTHERS,
Fifth Avenue Biooi Shop,.
Number 224
NEW YORK

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Sheehycof ......4
froward lb .........4
:cQueen 2b )........:4
Sisler If ............5
Baker ss ...........3
Labodie rf......... 5
Waltz 3b ...........4
Hippler c ....... ..3
Qualuntance p...... 4
Totalg ..........36
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Ahearn ss ..........3
Chapman of.........4
Agnew lb ..........3
Shufelt lf........'.3
Slater rf t..........2~
Decker 3b ..........3
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for Summer
An ultra smart style
which correctly ex-
presses the fashion
2 for 25t.
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO., Ixc. Makers
AGENTS-Men and Women
Make ioo per cent, selling Winan's
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Patented. Sellb on sight. Write for par-
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Water St. Binghampton, N. Y.

The secret of its superiority is the
unique "Tuxedo .Process" by which
all the unpleasant features are cltim-
nated from tobacco. G
Another reason is that Tuxedo is
made from the best tobacco gr-o n-
the choicest, mildest, mellowest
leaves of the highest grade Burley.
tobacco.
Tuxedo is-widely imitated-but no
other manufacturer has succeeded in
making a tobacco as good as Tuxedo.
.Tuxedo will give your the greatest
pleasure and satisfactioni that money'
will buy.

L. S. BROWN
;en. A (-nt of the S-outhern
I~aiiwa :rWashington
"Tuxedo has gained and
oainlainied a high reputation
or sutperority. Its coolness,
nildness, and genuine sooth-
ng qualities cr urrvaled."
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Totals..........28
Michigan ..:.....0 4 0
ISyracuse .......0 1 0

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MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY

Two base hits-Baker; three base
. its-Quainta nce; home run--S isler;
sacrifice hits-.Ahearn, Slater, Waltz,
Howard; stolen bases-Ahearn,Agnew,
Sheehy, Baker, Labodie; double plays
-Sheehy to ITippler; struck out-by
Quaintance 3, by Nichols 6; base on
balls--off Quaintance 3, off Nichols 4;
hit by pitched ball-by Nichols 3; wild
pitch-Quaintance; left on base-Mich-
igan 10. Syracuse 4. Time of game-
2:1 5. Umpire-Rafter..

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A Well Made Suit
is an important part of being
well-dressed-
A good appearance is of
course necessary, but perman-
ent satisfaction can only be
had when the garment is well,
made.
Our coatmakers are experts
in their line and do the work
in our own shop.j

'JEANNE D'ARC PAGEANT GETS
GETS LAST DRILLING
(Continued from page 1.)
tion of Dauphin, and the tragic fate of
the Maid of Orleans.
Vision Conies to Jeanne
In brief the story of Jeanne d'Arc is
as follows: After the frolic about the
"Ladies Tree" at Domremy, Jeanne
d'Arc sees a vision urging her to save
France. She beholds the saints, Cath-
erine and Margaret, who are appointed
guardians over the peasant maiden and
her task.
Jeanne then obtains an audience
with the Dauphin. She begs for arms
and troops. These are granted her
and the royal standard is led forth to
battle.
The seige of Orleans ensues. The
commander of Orleans defies the maid,
and her demands for surrender. Jeanne
leads the attack upon the city, and on
her white horse sets the example for
bravery which results in the fall of
Orleans.
Heroi1,e Glorified at Coronation
Following the capitulation of the for-e
.tress, the Dauphin is crowned Charles
IVII at Rheims. The coronation is at-
tended with great splendour, and

THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
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DANCING CLASS MONDAY AND FRIDAY 7:00 P. M.
Private lessons by appointment. Dream Waltz New York -Hesitation Tango, OneI
Stop and latest variations taught. Hail and reireshment accommodations for pri-

Jeanne's vision is vindicated.
greet the king; and .Jean il with.

People j ophi (lasses Nominate For N~unell
mg~ty Tw sophomore classes nominated

YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient p o u c hl; famous green tin,
inner-lined with C with gold lettering. I
moisture-proof paper curved to fit pocket
In Glass Hun-iidors, 50c and.90c.
R~ Send us 2 cents in stamp~s for post-
F' age and We will mail you a souvenir
FALEtin of 'TUXEDO tobacco to any
point in the United States.,'Address

Press Your Clothes

HAND PRESSING

PHILIP R. GOODWIN
the illustrator
"There's zest and encour-
agement in every pipeful of
Tuxedo. The sweetest, most
soothing smoke I know."

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WAGNER
Importing
Tailors

4.co.
State
Street

shouts.,
The court trial of .panne. occ~tiis
soon after, and is ft-ought -with clever
and unprincipled questions meant to
catch the unschooled girl on the charge
of being a heretic and a w itch. She
is about to submit to the ordeal, and to
abjure when her vision returns and
bids her be strong anid true. Jeanne,
impressed, refuses to sign then papers
of the church, and tears thong up hold-
ing forth her manacled hand, to the
executioners. The guards bind her' and
lead her to the flaming stake.
*We demagnetize watches. 11 a]icr
Jewelry Co., State St.
WAN-k~ TED -Michigan DIailies ci' Oct. 2,
Nov. 1.1, April 1.i, )May V. and May 13.
Will pay 5 cents per copy. Call Mich-
igan D~aily office between one and
five this afternoon. 104-5

candida ,es for the student council yes-
terday. R. S. Collins and George Mc-
Mahon were named by the second year
Tits, and the engineers selected L. B.
Hyde and T. P. Soddy. Both classes
will elect Thursday.
IWANTED-University women desiring
~summer employment to call at Dean
.Jordan's office .in Barbour gymnasi-
um, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday
between 3:0 and 5:00 p. m. Salary
and expenses guaranteed,
L OST-Canadian-q uarter iu nengraved
"with initials A. 0. C. Finder please
le°ave at Daily office.
LCOST-Daimracan in lawv library on
MNonday. Finder return to E. W..
Hoeffmann, 200 No. Ingalls. Reward.
FOR RENT-Apartn-ielt i the Cutting
after June 1st, Vhone 2382,

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