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May 08, 1913 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Now is the Season for,

JUNIOR LITS AND
ILAWS WINTOI

Ihile Serge aind Flannel

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Serge at tAcilt-Iiiee dollar,-- f 'Ill (L( t( s~ . I3(p iI
and gee the liive.

Inspired by the dignity of their sta-
tion, two senior lit baseball players
did not undego physical examination,
and as a result there was only one
class game on South Ferry field yes-
terday afternoon. Seven wrathy sen-
for lits watched the game go to the
juniors by forfeit while the junior
laws took their near grads into camp

ANNUAL VARSITY CUP DEBATE
TO BE STAGED FRIDAY NIGHT.
Adelphi and Jeffersonian literary
and debating societies clash in the an-
nual university Cup Debate on Friday
evening for the possession of the De-
troit Alumni cup, which is emblematic
of the campus forensic title.
Both teams have already vanquished
the other society of their respective
department on this year's question,
"Resolved, That the presidential term
be extended to six years, and that the
incumbent be ineligible to re-election."
The debate this year will be staged
on a more pretentious scale than us-
ual, the event being scheduled for
University Hall instead of the law
building, as formerly.
METHODISTS AM) VARSITY CLASH
TODAY.

New Lots of Rubber
SoledOxford's for
MenansWo eng.
The Satisfactory kind I have sold
here for the past seven years.
New 0L tionH3119 ItE". Liberty St.
Ihave no connection whatever with
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11 to 5.
The seniors were prepared for a
real battle and the juniors took them
on for five innings, the score resulting
to 1 with the '14 men on the heavy
m'nd. Thornton, working on the slab
'er the juniors, allowed his elders only
four hits, while the near senior bats-
men found Forman for ten safeties.
In th'e senior-junior law batting fes-
ival, the offerings of Lanigan, the
seniors' box artist, proved to be the
liking of the juniors. Nelson, who
worked after the former's retirement,
Lared but little better.
The backing behind the senior twirl-
ers was of a ragged variety, while the
juniors were almost errorless in the
hield. -Hippler, working behind the bat
:with the juniors, proved an efficient
mate for Spencer.

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(Continued from page 1.)
to have a good afternoon's work on
their hands. So if dope is worth any-
thing, the two games with the visit-
ors should rank high.
D~aribeau will probably pitch for the
'Wolverines as it is his turn, and he
should be in good shape. That will
save Sisler for Saturday in case a
strong come back is needed. The
Michigan lineup will probably remain
the same with either Black or Corey
working the left garden and Sisler on
first. That combination looks like
Michigan's best and if they bump up
against a strong team, the ragged
work that has cropped out in the last
few games should disappear.
Syracuse will perform here today
and then will go to Lansing for a game
w ith M. A. C. They will return here
Saturday in order to give,.one of the
two teams a chance to even up: De-
spite. swing out the game today will
start at 4:05.
REG~ISTRATION FIGURES SHOW
51,805STUTDENTS.
(Continued from page 1.)
a loss of 19 but the freshmen class has
26 more student's than last year's
freshman class.
The totals of the different depart-
ments are as follows:

When your Rubber Soled Shoes need
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1911-12 1912-13
Literary 2153 2378
Engineering 1281 1325
Medic 241 222
Law 793 669
Homeop. 101 81
Dentj 231 25-9
Graduate 229 267
Summer Session 1194 1324
Grand Total 5099 5805
Registrar A. G. Hall has estimated
that the students travelled in a direct
distance more than 3,000,000 miles in
getting to the university which is a
gain of more than 400,000 miles over
last year.
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L. R. WAHL, Manager.

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1. i1 PlANS FOi SAFETY GF Ms Ruth butts Carson, '93, late
itOAT ll Is. of 1lo rence, Italy, gave tw~o lectures
yeserayafternoon in Sarah Caswell
(Continlued from page 1.)}nlli11 all under the auspices of the.
the Bartoii dain as sooni as the o~lncials -Women's league. The subjevcts of the
of the Boat club have fiisheil their le"°ctu2 r"^e'S were "Color in Dress," and
insp cti n of the dang i'o s pl~ cs on 'aii1tLnr s of Italy in Color."
is eto oft ed p rispax nthe course. Prof. Williams announced New class in shorthand this week at
that he would furnish blue prints of
the School of Shorthand, 71.1 N. Uni-
the river for the mnen to mark so that
vrsity Ave. 151-2-3-4-5
the committee will be aided in locating
the spots. Vicee-comemodore Duffield
stated that thewok f inspection i New class in shorthand this week at
woul becomletd w~hina wek. the School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-
wudversifty "irye. 151-2-3-4-5

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