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SPRING CLOTHES
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was officially appointed. H. Beach Car-
penter, Walter Emmons and Edward
Saler as student members, Profs. A.
S. Whitney, A. W. Patterson, R. W.
Bunting, and R. W. Aigler as faculty
members and Judge Murfin,James Duf-
fy and John Hubbard as alumni mem-
bers.
The Buhl Classical fellowship was
awarded James E. Dunlap. Prof. Can-
field of the French department was
granted a year's leave of absence for
study.
SWARTHMORE'S NINE TROUNCES
MICHIGAN 6 -5
(Continued from page 1.)
Michigan

Jo K. MALCOLM; 604 E. Liberty

ORPH E U
Mon.-Tues., May 25.6-Burr McIntosh
in IN MIZZOURA
Wed. May 27-THE MANSION OF SOBS
Thur. May 28-The Maid of Orleans in
Sparts Joan of Are
Fri. May 29-Van Dyke Brooke in
Vitagraph Old Reliable
Sat. May 30-Anita Steward in
Vitaraph He never Knew
Mon.-Tues.June 1-2-Mary Pickford in
Tess of Storm Country
Only Prices
Matinees GARRICK5Eto $2.0
VIMelnhIa 200oOrchestra
and Saturday ;feats $1-50
The Blue Bird

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Tuesdy May 25-6-7
Wednesday MATINEES & NIGHTS
$ --0,0- KPHOTO DRAMA
Geo. Kleine presents
Altony and
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".
COMING "The Sea Wolf"
JACK LONDON

MATINEE TODAY 3to 5pim.
TONIGHT 7 to 10 pM,
THE GREAT
DIAMOND
ROBBERY
with Wallace Uddinger and Star Cast
Photo Drama in 6 parts
250 - Scenes 250
Adus15c-Children lOc
330$ 8eats 250
Next Mon.-Tues.-Wed.,
Antony & Cleopatra
Coming May 28
The Sea Wolf Jac

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Roya1 Tailored Suits
at $18, $20, $22 ana $25
mean a positive saving to you of $5 to $io and
no one can give you any better fit, workman-
ship or style.
Our tailoring business has increased nearly 50%
this season over last season. There is a
good reason.

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Baker ss...........3 0
Benton rf...........3 0
Labadie if...........4 0
Hippler c..........3 1
Waltz3b...........4 1
Davidson p. ..2 0
Baribeau p.........2 1
Totals..........24 5
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FOR LADIES AND GENTS
In black and tan calfskin, low broad heel s,
and tready soles.
Prices $3.50 to $6.00
Our styles distinctly above the ordinary."
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ENGR AVING
Don't Wait-Now is the Time to Place
your Order for those Engraved Cards
which you Will need in a few weeks
Styles and Quality of Workmanship
Unsurpassed,
THE MAYER-SCHAIRER CO.
STATION ERS-PRINTERS-BINDERS
112 South Mai, Street

Totals...........27 6 10 2712 3
Michigan .1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2-5 11 4
Swarth. ..0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0*-6 10 3
Two base hits-Davidson, McQueen,
Sheehy, Durborrow, Brown, Twining;
home run-Sproul; sacrifice hits-Mc-
Queen, Baker, Melick, Harry, Shoe-
maker; hits-off Davidson 6 in 4 in-
nings, Baribeau 4 in 4 innings; stolen
bases-Hippler; double plays-Laba-
die, Hippler and McQueen; struck out
-by Twining 8; by Baribeau 3; bases
on balls-off Davidson 2, off Twining
2; hit by pitched ball-Aldefer; wild
pitch-Baribeau; left on bases-Michi-
gan 4, Swarthmore 4; passed balls-
Harry 2, Hippler 1., Time of game-,
1:50. Umpire-Moore.
THREE SCHOOLS LEAD IN PREP
PRELIMINARIES
(Continued from page 1.)
letes were given an automobile ride
around the city, and last night attend-
ed the senior sing and band concert
on the campus. This evening at 5:45
o'clock they will attend the interscho-
lastic banquet at the Michigan Union,
and at 8:00 o'clock they will attend the
combined concert of the California and
Michigan Glee clubs in Hill auditori-
u.
The men qualifying for the different
events, in the order of their perform-
ances, and the time or distance of the
best performance, follow:
100 yard dash-Robin son (Keewatin),
Pleury (Detroit Eastern),Carter (Chi-
cago U.), Perkins (Bay City), Gamble
(Coldwater),CCampbell (Saginaw),
Kalmnbach (Chelsea), Zoellin (Lewis
Institute), Castenholz (Muskegon),
Burgess (Richmond),Stephanoff(Grand1
Rapids), Butler (Lewis Institute), and
Thompson (Rockford). Best time-10

seconds.
120 yard high hurdles-Goelitz (Kee-
watin), Zoellin (Lewis Lustitute), Hor-
ner (Grand Rapids), .Hudson (Grand
Rapids), and Schirmer (Saginaw).
Best time-162-5 seconds.
440 yard dash-Cantwell (Keewa-
tin), Burke (Richmond), Harvey (Lan-
sing), Shiverick (Chicago U.), Steph-
}anoff (Grand Rapids), and McCloy
(Bay City). Best time-52 4-5 seconds.
220 yard dash-Robinson (Keewa-
tin), Carter (Chicago U.), Gamble
(Coldwater), Cooper (Chicago U.),Per-
kins (Bay City), Wallen (Lewis In-
stitute), Stephanoff (Grand Rapids),
and Kalmbach (Chelsea). Best time
-21 3-5 seconds.
220 yard low hurdles-Goelitz (Kee-
watin), Williams (Detroit Eastern),
Zoellin (Lewis Institute), Annan (Kee-
watin), Horner (Grand Rapids), and
Perkins (Bay City). Best time-25 1-5
seconds.
880 yard run-Spink (Chicago U.),
Mueller (Chicago U.), Christian (D. U.
S.), Gallagher (Bay City), Holloway
(Lewis Institute), Shadford (Ann Ar-
bor), Chalk (Rock Island, Ills), and
number 216. Best time-2 minutes, 6
seconds.
Pole vault-Graham (Chicago U.),
Hole (Chicago U.), Reich (Detroit
Eastern), Wallin (Saginaw), Dexter
(Crosswell), Burr (Plymouth), and
Schirmer (Saginaw). Qualifying
heighth-10 feet. (Owing to a misun-
derstanding among the officials, three
Chicago University men were allowed
to compete, Gillies also qualifying. As
only two men from each school are eli-
gible to enter an event, the three men
dropping out at the last previous-
heighth will be. eligible for the finals
today.)
12 pound shot put-Goelitz (Kee-
watin), Smith (Bay City), Grotemat
(Grand Rapids), Wallin (Lewis Insti-
tute), and Gillies (Chicago U.). Best
distance-44 feet, 3 inches.
Discus throw-Goelitz (Keewatin),
Grotetmat (Grand Rapids), Gillies
(Chicago U.), Smith (Bay City), and
Champion (Coldwater). Best distance
-109 feet.
12 pound hammer-Miller (Lansing),
Kimball (Muskegon),Smith (Bay City),
Grotemat (Grand Rapids), and Goelitz
(Keewatin). Best distance-134 feet,
8 inches.
High jump-Goelitz (Keewatin), Sei-
bert (Lewis Institute), Sullivan (Chi-
cago U.), Luther (Grand Rapids), and
Scholz (St. Joseph). Qualifying
heighth--5 feet, 4 inches.
Broad jump-Luther (Grand Rap-
ids), Gelitz (Keewatin), Burgess
(Richmond), Colley (Lewis Institute),
and Wallin (Lewis Institute). Best dis-
tance-21 feet, 1 3-4 inches.

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CALIFORNIA GLEE CLUB and
MICHIGAN CLEE- AND MANDOLIN CLUB
EDWARD MINAMARA, Baritone.
Mme. Schumann-Heink's protege. Special added attraction.
TURNER and BAKER DICK LYMAM
in Dialogue and Song and his Sketch of the Klondike
ROSE GILBERT DICK MADDOX
and the Dancing Chorus in Clever Novelties
LEON ETTINGER jHOWARD PATRICK
The Melody Expert Singer of Popular Hits
PANAMA PACIFIC QUARTETCa
Rag time Past-masters
HILL AUDITORIUM, 8:00TO-NIGHT
25c-Seats at Wahr's and Sheehan's-50O
NONE RESERVED
DOORS OPEN 7:30 BOX OFFICE 7:00

COLLEGE

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There is a shop,
Proprietor "Pop;"
Serves things to eat
Both good and swert
Will treat you right
Morn, noon and night

"POP" BANCROFT
722 Monroe
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco
Stationary, . Candy, Magazines

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Teleptorne Cadillac 4524
LET'IFE L
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Tailor for Men
Make Your Spring Suit. British Woolens
$55. to $60.
94 West Fort Street Detroit
ComV-fnactlorl ery
We have the best assortmcnt of
ChocoeAstms nd Bore Bons
All kinds of farrcy Ice Crearms for P;rtlea
Try our Fruit Snardaes after the Theatre
Madn. street

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Try our Sundaes and Sodas. Edsill's
xall Drug Store, 122 So. Main St. tf{

ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING AND I SUMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
lorad.:
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Style.
Suits at $2.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,-
Main Street. tf
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 South
Main St. Tue-Fri
Weyn s Mandolutes, Mandolins,
Guitars,-and their accessories at very
fo~wes&Dprices. See our stock before

After the performance of the Col-
lege Vaudeville Saturday night go to
Grangers and dance until 12:00 o'clock.
166-67
After the performance of the Col-
lege Vaudeville Saturday night go to
Grangers and dance until 12:00 o'clock.
166-67

IMPORTANT RULES MADE
REGENTS
(Continued from page 1.)

BY

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.

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Thomas.
State fellowships of $300 were
granted to Mildred Armstrong, Adrian;
E. B. Steele, Albion; Grace Hanson,
Albion; Mary Gregg, Adrian; Faith Wel-
ton, Alma; J. A. Keedie, Hillsdale;
Julian Riemersma, Hope; Gladys Bab-
cock, Kalamazoo College; Floyd Nag-

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