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CAM ilPUS IN BRIF
-Hlelmuth F. Arles, '115L, was elected
football manager for the coming school
year at the final meeting of the junior
law class Thursday afternoon.
--Prof. E. . (. Goddaird, secretary of the
lawy department, gave the Memorial
Day, address yesterday on the court
-The Junte number
Alumnus will be out
of next month and
final program for
of the Michigan
about the middle
will contain the
"Jut ~a Little Better'
of interest to you
For the convenience of those discrim-
natingfolks who appreciate and desi r
High Quality Icc Cream
we are pleased to announce that gonem
nct, progressive firms using our prod-
au are The Delta, University Phar-
mascy 5ugden Drug Co., MacDon.
ald's in the Campus district.
116 S. Main St.
toffee Roasters and I
-"sew equipment, consisting of two
generators and two tachometers, has
been received by the automobile lab-
oratory and will be used in testing the
automobile and gas engines.
---Rteports from Herbert W. Emerson,
water analyis in Dr. V. C. Vaughan's
state laboratory, show the city water
to be perfectly safe, showing bacterio-
logically only 10 counts after 48 hours,
which when compared with some wells
in the city which show some 15,000
counts, is surprisingly low.
MICHIGAN TEAM GETS THIRD
PLACE AT INTERCOLLEGIATE
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bia) ;, Whitney (Dartmouth), second;
Harbison (Yale), third; Dorizas
(Penn), fourth'; Kohler (Michigan),
fifth. Distance-48 feet 4 in.
Hammer throw--Won by Kohler
(Michigan), Coolidge (California) ,see-
ond ;Loughbridge '(Yale), third; Mur-
phy (Penn), fourth; McCutcheon (Cor-
nell), fifth. Distapwe-157 feet 2 1-2
One mile run-Won by Speiden (Car-".
nell) ; Maderia (Peun), second; Mc-
Kenzie (Princeton)i third; Poucher
(Yale), fourth; Marceau (Dartmouth),"
fifth. Time-4 min. 21 1-5 sec.
Two mile run-won by Hoffmire
(Cornell) ; McCurdy (Penn), second;
P:otter (Cornell), third;Coop (Brown),
fourth; Lee (Johns Hopkins), fifth.
Time-9 min. 28.4-5 see. (New inter-
ORP EUM r
Wed. May 27-THE MANSION OF SOBS
Thur. May 28-The Maid of orle. ",
,5pats Joan of Arc
Fri. May 29-Van Dyke B-too(k~he i,1
Vitagraphi Old RHiabie
Sat. May 80-Anita Steward in
Vitarapli He never Knew
Mon.-Tues.June 11-2-Mary Pickford in
Mahogany and enamel finish on con-
tract, $7,500. We have other very
attractive homes which we thinky
would attract university pecople,
some of whom we can give very easy
term. Whaley & Fischer, 310-311
First Nat. Bank Bl1dg., hn 11
FA :.l bRS HAVE GLOIO US TI liE
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Diving ]beauty In
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MOTION PICTURE FANTASY
7 Acts-1O0O Scenes
22 Houkr Performance
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Sisler rf & ef .......4
Baker ss ,......,
Labadie if....... ..4
Waltz 3b ...........2
Shivel 3b ...........1
Hippler c .........l
Quaintance p .......1
*Davidson p .......0
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Camp (Harvard), and Milton (Cor-
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Nichols (California) tied for fourth.
Hleight-12 ft. 4 in.
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Fick ss.... ... ..
F~uller 2b.... .
L. Chilton if ......
Hood rf ..........
Griggs lb ........
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Summaries: three base hits--Fuller,
McQueen; sacrifice hits-Baker 2;
stolen bases-E. Chilton 2,' Sheehy,
Baker; struck out-by Ferguson (1Hood,
Dodge, Mogge, Fick 2, L. Chilton), by
Quaintance, (L.Chilton,hi ood) by :Dodge,
(Sheehy 2, McQueen, Sisler 2, Laba-
die 2, Baer, Ferguson 2, Howard,
Waltz, Baker, Davidson, B~enton) ; first
base on balls-off Ferguson 2 in 6 1-3
innings, off Dodge 4; hits-off Fergu-
son 9 in 6 1-3 innings, off Quaintance
4 in 2 2-3 innings, off Dodge 4 in 9 in-
nings; passed balls-Baer, Hippler;
left on bases-M. A. C. 5, Michigan 6;
double plays-McQueen to Bakeri to!
Howard. Time of game-2 hours 5
Amateur finishing. Prompt and Sat-
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