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'I II' MICHIGAN DAILY.

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that Spring is here
we with a comple
shoes for the season,

and soare
te. line of

PYAi?.11Y111-TS (:OI01W!AN TEA N
(' LOS" S 'ORE.i
(Cc.ntin.iihd fro-A page 1.)
and Hendeson1. In the seventh the
pea ches tied_ the cont when with Cor-
^ey and enetsonl the ,eacks and
tocutL Shieehy diro-7 pped Harison's
high oine.
Thewiningrun camne in the ninth,
l~uhit wakedand Howr~l hit one
to larrise~n whio retired Lugh;?itt at
secod. Seehyhit advancing- Corey,
wlho vw.as running for Howard at third.
Frcma there he co untced when Hutchins

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FRENCH PLAY HAS_
DRESSREHEARSAL
Final dress rehearsal of "Les Four-
beries de Scapin," the annual French

atch for Wednesday ,Specials
SiC
LORE SHOE COMPANY
119 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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Peii.ape ofSwcs
Down Tow
LET
F u r i i s h t h e I l e e C re ia k r x ' t
ONMAINDTRE

let one get past h~im.
The tabulation follows:
APBRiH PO A E
Gini if..,.........300 o1 0
HTarrison 2b.......4 0 0 2 5 0
'.ic Dorter e .......3 1 0 2 0 0
iut1Ch1iins G.........4 0 1 9 1 1
Hedrsnlb .......4 0 1 10 1 0
Co',i n tr3b......... 4 0 1 1 0 2
Lottwden rf....... ..2 0 1 0) 0 0
C'orley p...........4 1 0 0 3 1
l ?i.nt ;s s....4 1 1 1 1 1
Totals........5..32 3 G 25'12 5
'4)ne out when whinning run was
scored.

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T ypewriter RepmI.rrigPb 1361-11L
I will meet or beat any price Made oni a typewriter, sat,--Or 'ental.
D. F. WOODWARD
Ann Arbor Saviangs Rank Bldg. Second Floor Annu Arbor, Mich.
200 Souzth Stated Streot
Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week. Safe Drinking
'Water.
Lunches 25c IDinr ers 5~c
C. C. Freenai 01.i, ProprIetor
MEIN'S E5 U NSIG
Spring Un~derwear Galore
"B. V. D. '' 'Poro'kit'", " Twinitex'", 'Coope's''
Some new styles in Spring Shifts, with French Cuffsj
with col'ar to match.
,VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. Ualivrsify Ave.

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[LehyIf......5 1 1 6 0
,aker ss..........2 1'1 03
eof ...............1 1 00
Lser 1b........4 0 0 10 0
,egersec...........4 0 1 6 1
"( erri..f ........4. 0 0 1 0
r.uIan ^m2b ........ 3 01 31
u-hitt 3b.........30 1 13
aribeau p .......3 0 0 0 -2
Joward ...........1 0 0 0 0
'Corey......... ...0 1 0 0 0
Totals..........33 4 6 27 10
. fit for Baribeau ,in ninth.

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play scheduled for Friday evening, was
srun off last evening at the Whitney
theater to bursts of laughter and ap-
plause from the privileged ones who
witnessed it. Nothing so funny has
been done here in a long time, and the
play is bound to make a huge hit.
M. Albert Hurlburt, in the title role
of Scapin, occupies the center of the
'stage most of the time, and gets the
'greatest humor out. of his rogueries.
In his efforts to have the two young
lovers secure the girls of, their choice,
he manages to mix everything up
beautifully. But when the irate fath-
ers discover that these girls are the
very brides they had selected for their
sons, all ends happily.
The whole play -is full of a robust
sort of gayety that carries the audience
with it. Some of the scenes are irre-
sistably funny, as when Scapin gets
one of the fathers done up in a bag.
Then he manages to extract a large
amount. of mponey from himj by telling
him that. his son is held prisoner on
a Turkish galley, and that the captain
demands a large ransom. The father
tries helplessly to understand why his
son ever ,went on the galley. As the
fun comes from the, situations, one
does not need to understand. French
perfectly to enjoy it all.
!.?.-IVERSITY NOTICES,
Meeting of the General Senior Re-
ception committee in Tappan hall at
4:00 o'clock today.
Senior engineer baseball practice at
Ferry field at 3:30 o'clock today.
Fresh lit baseball practice at Ferry
field at 3:00 o'clock today.
Aero society business meeting to-
night at 7:45 o'clock., in' room 314
engineering building.
Payment for the graduation invi-
tations recently ordered by the senior
laws will be received in the lobby of
the law building this morning from
9:00 to 10:00 o'clock and from 11:00
until 12:00 o'clock.
Junior lit baseball practice at 3:00
o'clock today at South Ferry field.

Timre toLeae
When you discover you are not dealing with ,a one-price store,
it's time to leave,. A concession in price may look like a bargain.
lIt is not. It means the first price was not the real one,.It means
you may get a second or third reduction, if you are persistent.
Haggling is not the modern way of doing business. Our
Line of famous
Society Brand Clothing for Men
is all marked in plain figures. You get the rock-bottom price
At the Start
WVithout argument, without quiesflon Nve give you honest cloth-'
ing anld full value for your mnoney.
$15.00 - $25.00
J.F WU 1TH1Co
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
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IThe New Spring Models are now being shown at
Hiay ley's Mfllinery, 206 E. Liberty
Hair Goods; a Specialty Phone 1 390..1
A Fellow can be Proud of the
HENDIRRSO

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**lRan for H-oward in the ninth.
Georija .... ....00000120 0--
M ichigan......20 00 10 0 01-

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Summaries: Two base hit-Me-
Queen; struck out-by Corley 10, b
IBaribe vu 6; base on balls-oft Corley
3, off aribeau 2; hit by pitcher-Ba-
ke], owden; passed bal-Hutc hins;
loubic play- ribeau to Sisler tc
=lutghitt.; stolen bases----Covington,
Sheehy, Sisi, Rogers; sacrifice hit-
Ilow drin; tm-I:0 mieM~

1913 Henderson-8 H. P., 4 Cylinders, Chain ;Drive, Big; Tres-$325
The roan who rides a THender'mon has a machine to be proud of.
It. is silent. It is powerful. [t is long and low and easy riding.
It starts with a crank ifistead of by peddling; and the feet. are re~ted
in comfort on foot boards.
Thie co'lege mi~n's disciirnination will tell him that the Hendermon
is by far V-.e most desirable motorcycle by reason of the advantages of
its four-cylinder' construction.
And we preditt,th~at, among co*16ege men, the Hende*rson will win
the great popularity it. haii attairied amongt tte wisest buyers of motorcyc es.
Henderson otorOcycle Go.
11658 Cass Avenue Detroit, Mich.
Stoff let, and Elliott
1 10 East Washington 5t. 'Distributors for Washtenaw County
1%0OMET1HI1NG NEW

Als I1 T[IS COLUM31N ARE TI' I
PAll) FORl IN ADVANCE.

LOST.

Lost-Small black Spaniel near Ferry
field (female). Phone 1789. 14"
L s-A Park ier Fountain , pen. Left
on index files at Library. Reward
if returned to JTones, 445 E. LUniversi-
ty. 142x

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WANTED

oast, in its 1prfoctior, with a richl go din brown color; never burnt,
wvays readyto serve. 2 Minutestwimn before serving, improves the
licious flI vor.- 10c the packag;e a'all grocers.
Holland Rusk Company Holiand, 1Nioh.
ANN kARBOR HOME BAKERY, DISTRIBUTORS
in the class-room a vi c camnpus are only won
by training. Fit y oursc' '- 1 souncethat's in you
and you'llb1Ca'eo 'v'floP~r
Dehcim;'Ly s-i 0ef_- .to :--
Thscz:nCCCA C ~IC t
row thin

i.wfcte---Studeiits to inspect the best
425.00 byeycle made. See it'at H. L.
Switzer Co., 310 'State.
Thur. Fri. Sat
Tennis Racquets and balls (all
kinds). H. L. Switzer Co.,. 310 State.
Tues Thurs. Sat ti
Old Post Office Block. The Tailor
for Particular Men. Kollauf. Phone.
3.183-L. tf
Old Hampshire Vellum, the latest
ini the writing papers at Fosters'. (2)
Contrarie Miary Souvenir Scores and
sheet music for sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House. tf
Reach and "Ty Cobb" baseball goods

CIVIC ASSOCIATION ISSUES
LEAFLETS FOR DISTRIBUTION
Pamphlets boosting. Ann Arbor are
being prinited by the Civic association
for distribution with the general cata-
fogues of the university.
Essential statistics of the city are giv-
en in detail; and the booklets are il-
lustrated by pictures of campus views.
and ' scenes of Ann Arbor.
Too Hold Receptions for Women,,
University women will be egtertain-
ed, this afternoon from 3:00 to 5:00
o'clock by the following hostesses:
Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Mrs. R. B.
lHowell and Mrs., E. C. Case at 1706
South University avenue; Mrs. Jos-
eph L. Markley, Mrs. James Glover
and Mrs. Edward Jcnes at 1816 Ged-
des avenue; Mrs. A. E. Jennings and
Miss Tseo at 1824 Geddes aveinue; Mrs.
F. C. Newcombe and Mrs. H. P. Thieme
.t" 9 Geddes Heights.
Forestry )leii to. Aplpraise tit Pontiac.
A letter has just been received by
Prof. Filibert Roth of the forestry dc-
partment, from the ex-mayor of Ponti-
ac, asking for several forestry stu-
dents to appraise some timber land of
his in the northern part of the state.
Several of the post-graduate men will
probably be recommended.
Library Clock Has Suring Fever,.
Derangement of the works in the
campus clock which for the past day
or two has. caused. considerable irreg-
ularity in classes, has not yet been lo-
cated. investigation has revealed
nothing wrong with the "striker," and
still the library timepiece continues
to strike with no method in its mad-
ness. The clock surgeon will diagnose
the ck again today and promises to
locate the cause of the fitful symptoms.

Unique in form, with flavor different,-h~etter than anything you hiave ever tried.
At all Grocers. 10c per Package.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY -. HOLLAND, MICHICAN
Ann Arbor Home ┬░Bakery, Distributors
0 3 Delightful Days
M Commencing
Matinee Today 3 P, M.
The Musical Comedy with 'the Cabaret
Johnny and. Ella, Galvin
and
20 - Good Looking, Gingery Girls - 20
LOTS OF FUN, MUSIC AND (COSTUMES
The Cabaret is a Large, Gitte~ing Cafe, not far from Broadway
QI Tiiere are lots of people, lots of light, plety of food and a
little to drink, a b.itlconiy from A hicli the gay youths with girls
peer down on other gay youtuis who lr-tve (tlbey thin'. ) prdttier
There is a piano nnn a violin in n, nd others, who
11*violate the law as to cruel and unlusual punishimets...
(L And thre is 'the Iproprietor-a smiling, blonde man, p'luip
anid hospitable-tr% ing to keep Q-xerN one on' the tight side of.
the line. of convention.. .,[In the Cabaret you will find a merry
crowd that "warits a gcod time-and makes, sure of it-

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Co., 310 State.
Wed. Fri. Sun.

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COX SUNS & VlhINO, New York
MAKERS OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
Gaps, Gowns & Hojds
for All Degrees.
MACK & C0, Representatives

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Sprih'4Coo'i ae Arivig Dily
Each day brings new assortment of the nobblest spring clothing fir young men.,
Easter 'comes early and you will have to think of your Easter clothes: sooner than usual. Look
over our. large stock before purchasing. A few FaIl and Winter Suits and Overcoatsat sac- .
.xifice prices,
_____ ____ ____ __ R uleConlin, Fiegel'

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