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May 04, 1913 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The Future? No!
The Present?
Yes!

BLANSHARD TAKES
THIRD AT OBERLIN
(Continued from page 1.)
His place on the program was sixth,
and yet he kept everyone interested
and drew a tremendous ovation when
he closed. In my opinion this was a
great compliment..
The winning oration "The Death Toli
of Industry," was almost wholly sta-
tistical, with now and then a reflective

average conditioners. They gave Sisler
good support save -for the one lucky
run and enjoyed the comedy nearly as
much as the audience. A gentle Swiss
laboring under the cognomen of
O'Mara did the arbitrating and got
away in good style. He was a distinct
improvement over former umpires and
did his work despite the desire to
smile at times.. .
As far as score getting is concerned,
Michigan scored in every inning but

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FRATERNITY JEW ELERS AND STATIONiERS
Jewelers, Stationers, Opticiaans, and Fraternity Jewelers.
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT.

Current style is the only style. sentence or two, and a short appeal at the seventh. In the eighth they made
'4 It is what you want at the the close. To those who read or heard up for the slip by tallying four times,
time you want it. We supply this oration, it did not seem to repre- thus fetching the total up to an even
t it , it in our tailored-to-measure sent the thoughtful constructive work dozen. And in the seventh, Stuck, one
I clothes. You'll b e happy of the orations of the Iowa and Mich- of .he alleged weak hitters of the vis-
YIwith it. Get it. igan men." itors of the visitors, though this state-
Miss Lillian Brown, of Minnesotab, ient is nearly libel, get a lucky hit
and J. H. Hinshaw, of Illinois, were that slipped past Webber when he
SHIRTS TO ORDER tied for fourth. The other contestants tumbled, and he stretched for a homer.
were L. Gulick, of Oberlin, and -H. L. - ~ue' err
Well, of Northwestern.,
'I This makes the first time since Blan-
. M alCO, shard has represented the university AB R H PO A E
iberty Malcolm Block that he has failed to take the premier Clemens if ..........3 0 6 2 0 1
honors, as he has won every other Beckman 3b .....:..4 0 0 0 1 2
contest which he entered, including the Francy cf.........3 0 0 1 0 0
rHERE'S NEVER ANY FALLING OFF IN THE FLAVOR OF national peace contest at Lake Mohonk Oehschlager 2b .....4 0 0 4 3 0
last year. Wisconsin's victory makes Kemp c ............3 0 0 7 2 2
I the second that school hasA won from Stuck ss..... .3 0 0 2 1 3
1W Ia n Y Y WIFI F __- Michigan this year as th cora_ tor who' Slater lb......3 1 1 $ 01
iest, most tantalizing cookies ever made. In 1Oc packages at all grocers beat L. D. David in the Hamilton con- -..........3 0 0 0 0 2
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland, Mich. test last month represented the Mad-i
ANN ARBOR HOME BAKERY, Distributors ison school.
Pres. H.M. Bell, of Drake, Prof. H.E. Totals..........23 1 1 24 13 12

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Delicious any way and every way.
Any time and every time.
There's nothing so appetizing and tasty
nothing so adaptable.
Get a package today; your grocer has it.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland, Mich.
Ann Arbor Home Bakery, Distributors.

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TAILORS

Bourne, Western Reserve, Prof. C. A.j
Tuttle, Wabash, Judge A. H. Miller,

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Toledo, and Rev. S. R. Lyn, Richmond, AB R
were the judges who rendered the de-iSheehy lf ...........2 1
cision. Corey if ............0 1
Black if ............2 1
Baker ss ...........4 0
New class in shorthand this week at Duncanson ss.....1 1
the School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni- Bell cf..... .....5 3
versity Ave. 151-2-3-4-5 Sisler p............4 2
Rogers c..........3 0
Engineers to Play For Championship. Stewart rf.........1 0
Fresh and Soph engineers will play Webber rf, c.......5 1
the first base ball game of the series McQueen 2b ........3 0
which decides the championship in Hughitt 3b ........4 0
that denartment at Ferry Field to-- Pontius 1b.........2 2

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95 Fort St., West

Detroit

.c forest Lawn Wea iR
Special Menlus for Warm Weather

announce the arrival of the new Woolens for Spring and
Summer.

604 Forest Avinue.

Phone 1238-J

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BOSTONIANS-Shoes and Oxfords.
est for college men because they are.the most stylish, the best fitting
t wearg men's shoes to be found anywhere at $4.00, $4.50 and
e our Rubber SoleOxfords at $4.50 and $5.00.

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Bootery,

Opposite
Huston's

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How You Look
To Other People
is important to you. Our
service includes expert
advice as to what is best
for you.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
make summer suits for
every complexion. You'll
find us ready to _fit your
head and your body and
your pocketbook all at the
same time.

morrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Im-
mediately after the engineers game,
the Fresh and Soph medics will play.
C6SE PROVES EASY PICKING FOR
AICIIIG AN.
(Continued from page 1.)
then the score keepers remembered
their manners and made the rest, of
them hits.
Michigan put up a snappy game in
the field and saved the situation as far
as the signs advertising baseball were
concerned. Save for two slips the
playing was snappy and clever and
showed good form. At bat they had
little trouble solving Mr. Smith for

Totals ...........36 12 12 27 7 2
Case ......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0- 1
Michigan.......2 1 1 1 2 1 0 4*-12
Summaries:
Three base hits-Stuck, Bell; double
play-Smith to Oehschlager to Slater;
struck out-by Smith 6, by Sisler 16;
base on balls-off Smith 5, off Sisler 2;
stolen bases-Francy, Sheehy 2, Corey
2, Black,, Bell 2, Sisler 4, Rogers,
Webber, Pontius 2; sacrifice
hit-Rogers; hit by pitcher-by
Sisler, Kemp and Clemens, by Smith,
McQueen; wild pitches-Sisler, Smith;
time 2:10; umpire O'Mara.

AUTHORITIES ADOPT RULES FOR
CANOEING.
(Continued from page 1.)
quiet.
4. In shooting the rapids the bow
paddler should ship his paddle unless
asked to aid by the man in the stern.
5. Use small bladed paddles, never
more than 7 inches in width.
6. In landing always keep the prow
of the boat upstream.
7. When paddling alone, sit on the
front thwart facing the stern, and pad-
dle backward, thus keeping the boat
on an even keel.
8. Learn to paddle with a clean
stroke. Don't drag the paddle, as in
going against the stream all the ad-
vantage gained with the stroke is lost.
9. A man used to paddling in quiet
water should exercise great care in

taking a girl in a canoe in the cur-
rent.
10. The art of paddling lies not in
brute strength but in the turn of the
wrist.
11. All foolhardiness should be
avoided, such as trying to stand on the
gunwales, etc.
12. When the canoe strikes an ob-
ject, only the paddlers should check
the boat and they should kdep their
paddles as near the water line-as pos-
sible.
13. If the boat tips, throw yourselv-
es clear of the boat and grasp it after
you are in the water. Keep all stuff
that might tangle the feet, clear from
the seats.
14. Don't push on the ground with
the paddles when 'the boat is in shal-
low water.

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May 14, 15, 16, 17

Four Days-Five Concerts

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HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
CLOTHES
In Ann Arbor
217 S. Main Street

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Course Tickets, $4.00, $5.00,.$ 0
Single Tickets (after May 8) $1.00, $1.25, $1.50

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For Further Information Call at University School of Music.

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Meet Me At The DELTA

your way to Ferry
Id drop in and try

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The best and most cool-
ing drinks in the city.
Also Toilet Articles, Drugs
and Soap.

Cor. State and Packard.

fountain.

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in town than the one at
HOPPE'S
95c EACH

CAMERAS FOR SALE, CAMERAS TO RENT 1 Be per day.
Films Developed 1ac per Roll, Prints, 3c, 4c, and 5c
each, Postal Views; Barton Dam, Campus Views and
Fraternities, 5c Each,
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Photographers 619 E. Liberty

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