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. THX MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Tuesday May 25-6-7
Wednesday MATINEES & NIGHTS
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For the convenience of those discrim-
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we are pleased to announce that among
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I TIGER KNOCKS SISLER OUT' OF
BOX IN FOURTH{
Green at third by, a nice throw to
Waltz.
The fourth inning decided the game.
Rhoades singled 'and took second on a
passed ball by Baer. Law fanned. Sis-
ter walked B3olton and Wall, filling the
bases. With threi on, Copeland wvon
his own game with a single, Rhoades
and Bolton scoring on the hit, and Wall
and Copeland also tallying when the
Michigansnfield blew up. Hlanks and
Gill were easily retired, and Princeton
failed to trouble Baribeau during the
remainder of the game.
In the fifth inning Michigan tallied
twice. Benton led off with a triple.
Baer popped out, but Sheehy's single
scored Benton. Sheehy stole and scor-
ed on Howard's- single, but the latter
was caught on the paths trying to
steal, and McQueen flied out. Michi-
g mn scored for the' last time in the'
sixth, but Lamberton proved to be as
much a puzzle to Michigan as Bari
beau was to Princeton.
Michigan plays Swarthmore today,
and as this team defeated Pennsylva-
ria 7 to 2 Wednesday Lundgren is
looking for another hard game. Dav-
idson or Ferguson will pitch, with
Quaintance the probable selection
against Pennsylvania Saturday in the

ORPHEUM
Wed. May 20-
The Refrigerator
Car's Captive
Thur. May 2I1-Big Comnedy Bill, featur-
ing Ford Sterling in
Zuzu, the Band
Keystone Comedy, Leader
Fri. May 22, Mary Faller in (3rd series
lRollie of the Dailies)
A. Matter of Dress
Pathe Weekly
Mon.-Tuos., May 25.6-Burr Mclntoshi
inIN MIZZOURA
Only Prices'
Matinees 5t -oc to $2.00
Wednesday GRRCK00Orchiestra
and S~aturd~ay Seats. $1.50
The BlueBird
TEMPLE
Friday, May 22
5-reel1 picture,
Through Fire
to FortuneI

Geo. Kleine pres~ents,
Antony n
Cleopatra
Now playing to enormous
Business' at the Chandler
Theatre, New York.
8 ACTS-500 SCENES-4000 ACTORS
Presented by the same*
company that gave
"Quo Vadis" "Last Days
of Pompeii" "Les Mis.
erables".
COM ING "The Sea Wolf"
SOON JACK LONDON

MWA1E ST I C
IIITHEATRE
MATINEE TODAY 310o 5pml
TONIGHT 7 t10 10 piu
THE GREAT
DIAMOND
ROBBERY
with Walace Lddiuger and Star Cast
Photo Drama In 6 pangs
250 - Scenes -' 260
Adults lc-Cildren tOe
SOX seats 230
Next Moir.-Tues.-Wed.,
Antony &Cleopatra
Coming May 28
The 'Sea Wolf ackdo

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final game of the trip.
Michigan
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Sheehy cf...........4
Howard lb..........4
McQueen 2b ........4
Sisler p. rf........ .4
Baker ss ...........4
Labadie If ........ ..
Waltz 3b ..........4
Ben ton rf ..........2
Baribean p .........2
Baer c.............2
Hippler c ..........2

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FRANK BROTHERS,
Fifth Avenue Boot Shop,
Number 224
NEW YORK
EXHIBIT SHOP 326 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR
mom"

Totals ...........35 4
Prineetoit

6 24 16 6

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Telephone

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ADMISSION 10c

PERFECT ICE CREAM SODA
.UNIVERSITY AVE. PHARMACY
(iOt: LING& WIKEL

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.

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Totals ...........32 5 6 27 9 4
Innings ......12 34 56 7 89-11
Michigan.......1 00 021 00 0-- 4
Princeton ......1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 *- 5
Three base hit-Benton; sae'rifice
hits-Gill; hits-off Sisler 3, Baribeau
3, Copeland 4, Lamuberton 2; stolen
bases-Sheehy, McQueen, Wall ; struck
out-by Sisler 6, Lamberton 3, Cope-
land I; base on balls-off Sisler, 3,
Copeland 1; hit by pitched ball--by
Sisler 1, by Baribeau 1; passed ball--
Baer; first base on errors--Michigan
3, Princeton 3; earned runs-M\:ichigan
1. Timle of game-2 hours. Umpires--
Sternberg and Conhan.

MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY

Our coatmakers are experts
in their line and do the work
in our own shop.

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