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April 30, 1913 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIO14 Rs

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Our J. & M. Oxfords are exact reproduc-
tions of the English Flat Last $1~4 Bench made
Shoes, and sel! for $6.00. See them.

Jewelers, Stationers, Opticiaans, and Fraternity Jewelers.

207-211 WOOD WARD AVIYl'N E, 1)EROIT.

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Wagner e.Co.
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Jlust received: A Nobby Line of Summner XVooleof to enewest pat-
terns and ooloring. Get the Habit. Come whee ou gt individ(Mal
tailoring. Dress Suits For Rene.
F. A. MYLES, : 607 Easq 1T Willia m StCreet
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1913~ Henderson-8 H. P., 4 Cyliner, ChaIn Dive, Big? Tires~ $325
The man who rides a Henderson has xi av hine to biou o
It is silent. It is powerful. (t is long and low azm easy rid]irg.
It starts with a crank instead of b~y peddling;, a),dithe(,fvet azro re~lcd
in comfort on foot boards.
The college man's discriimination will tell himiat th l kd"er: on
is by far the mnoit desirable motorcycle by reason o' rho advrantages of
its four-cylinder construction.
And we predict that, among college men, the Hentderson will wein
the great popularity it has attained amo~ng the wisest buy.es of mooreN,:.
1158 Cass Aye niv Detroit, Mich.
Stofflet and Ellott,
1 10 East Washington St. Distr",butors for Wastenaiw County
THERE'S NEVER ANY FALLING OFF IN IKE FLA4VOR OF

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Specti Menus for Warm Weather
4 Forest Avenue. Phone 1238-J
A R RI1C K TH E A T RE IEpiscopal Theological School
DETROIT
Liss Annie 'Russells--Old English CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
Comedy Company in The lo3,atioji olfers uneoqualled oppomr.
'r o Rivals" tunity for graduate work at Harvard
The University. For catalogue add ress
stoops to Conquer." OIdginal New York Company Dean Hodges.

KENTUCY I( VETs BLAYI~SIX 1
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(Continued on page 4.)
more, in the seventh three hits and
a pass mnt threec, scores. In the:
eighth the substitute s delayed the sup-
per hour till re by counting an-
other for good in( atur-. And t-here;
is no telling where the score would
hav e stopped if Ump) s McCane had not
mnissed several plaiys in startling fash-
ion.
Pittsburg plays here tomorrow and
it is expected that Baribeau will pitch,
saving Sisler for Case oil Saturday.

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BOSTONIANS-Shoes and Oxfords
The best for college men because they are the most stylish, the best fitting
dthae best wearing men's shoes to be found anywhere at $4.00, $4.50) and
.00. See our'Rubb er.Sole Oxfords at $4.30 and $5.tj0.

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Jake 3b............2
WVoodson p .........3

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Two base hit--Baker; home runs-
Bell1, Sisler; sacrifice hits-Hughitt;
stolen bases-Cory, Bell 3, Rogers,
McQueen; left on bases-M4ichigan 11,
IKentucky 6; first base on errors--
I Michigan 7, Kentucky 2; firs se n
balls-off Sisler 1, off Woodson 4;
struck out-by Sisler 14, by Quaint-
anice 6, by Woodson 7; wild pitch-
Woodson; hit by pitcher, Jake by Sis-
lir. H its, off Sisler-O in 5 innings, off
I;ualuitan ee 3 in 4 innings, Time of
gan--2hours 20 minutes; umpire-
McCane.
Whiney'Thatre
ND ie ct from Four Months at the
Cort Thieatre, Chiicago
J OS. M. GA ITESa Presents
The Great Comedy Succes,
andOriinl Nw Yrman
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aentOigaleewdaYMorning

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Eisler p, rf ......
Rogers c ..........
Qua iutance p.
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Metcalf lb ........
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Michigan....0 0
Kenit 'uly ......0 0

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Includes every style of

The nicest, spiciest, ost tantalizing cookies ever made. In 1 (3c packages at all grocers
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland, P iclt.
ANN ARB2OR HOME FAKERY, Distributors,
more Iq .0 Mr
No Less $Moes
Greates
Lo west i'Pl%
Best Vle
70 N. Un1versity Avenue Ustabrs

Sprinlg spit. for
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HART SCHAFFNER&
MARX have lone especially
xwell on the N~orfolks. Better
see one.a We guarantee the
fit.
At, $18' and more;
special values at $25,

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New hi"d Auditorium

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Clothing Store
Home of Hart Schaffner and .Marx.,
Clothes in Ann Arbor.
217 South Main Street

Cousr 1ckets, $400,$5
I ces(after My 8) $1.00, $1.
For Further Information Call at University School of Music.

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Prints from best paper 3c, c Zrad Sc each
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Photographer 619 E. Liberty

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