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June 01, 1913 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-06-01

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TabE MICHIGAN DAILY

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:te Line of Spring Woolensl

Largest Assortment in the City
Ready for Your Inspection,

WILD CO.

311 S. State Street

S E NIO R S !
The time is drawing near when you will need
VISITING CARDS
We have all the latest styles. Work Guaranteed
late and 100 Cards. .......... ....$1.50
)O Cards from Plate... .... . .........90
Stwze nta
~ U E EA N C . C o

ere is Companionship in Good
Clothes, and to put them
for poor ones is like'
With an Old Friend.
Dieterle
)R ~Lberty Street.
(Copyrighted)

FTH ESES
Correspondence
THEMES8, promptly
and neatly TYPE-
WRITEN.

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D. Morrill,
Baltimo~re Lu schl
Bell 682-J A

%Lnger 's Acedermy of Di% ainji
Assemblies Every Wednesday ,and Saturday Evenings.I
ew good spring dates left for rentals.

THlE MIGlHGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan.
Pbinge every morning except Monday dur
igthe university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of Marh 3,
1 879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street
Office Hours: Editor- to 3 p. in.; 7 to 1o
p. m. Business Manager-i to 3 p.in.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $2.50; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy:; University Pharmacy ;
C. H. Davis, Cor. Packard $F State
Phone: Bell, 96..
Frank Pennell............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard.......... Business Manager
SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1913.
Night Editor-Francis F. MKinney
THE WILL FOR THE DEED.
If Michigan track teams continue to
astonish the East, as they have so con-
sistently been doing the past few years,
this year no exception, it won't be a
great while before Michigan will be
known further than frome "the Pacific
to within 'three miles of Boston."
After the way Michigan's crippled
team upset the dope at the Harvard
meet yesterday, we would continue!
to the extent of informing Mr. Jinx
and his dozen and one"i', that luck
won't always break in his favor as
against Michigan. It's "Pike's Peak or
bust" and some of the present gener-
ation are certain to see the first hon-
ors eventually come to Ann Arbor.
Proud of you, team,-every last man
-and deeply grateful. We haven't any
other way to show appreciation, but
trust that you will take the will for
the deed.
COACH R{ICKEY.
Branch Rickey appeared as Mich-
igan's baseball coach for the last time
yesterday, the press of business calling
him from the Wolverine war councils.
His ambition to give Michigan a win-
ning ball team was realized this year
and he leaves with a sterling record
behind him, a loyal student body to
thank him, and a host of friends_ to
remember him.$
As a coach~ Rickey established his
reputation firmly as knowing baseball
and knowing how to impart it to his
men. But he leaves behind him a far bet-
ter reputation than that of a success-
ful coach. Above all he taught clean
ball, gentlemanly tactics, and clean
living. A gentleman himself, his ball
team followed him, and no greater
tribute to him can exist than the con-
duct of the team. A gentleman, a true
sportsman, and a man, he will long be
remembered by those who love and
help Michigan athletics.
W. I). Cole, '12, harries in El Moite
W. D. Cole, '12, varsity football play-
er and coach of the 1915 freshman
squad, was recently married to Miss
Olive Maxin of El Monte in that city.
N. Y. Students to Have Directory.
Under the directions of its prei-
dent, Earl D. B~abst, '93, '94L, the Uni-
versity of Michigan club of New York
is now at work compiling a club direc-
tory. This will be the second general
directory of the club and it is intend-
ed to make it complete in every res-
pect. Members are urged to ,fll out
and to return promptly the post cards
which have been sent to them.
Commerce club will meet Tuesday
night at 7:00 o'clock in room 101 of the
economics building to elect officers.

UNITA-RIAN CHURCH!
State cor. Huron.
R. S. LORING, Minister
MORNING SERVICE AT 10:80
Subject:
Christian Science and the Problem of Evil
"This is my creed,
This be miy deed:
Faith or a doubt,
f shatlspeak out,
Atnd hide not my heart."
-1R. TV. Gilder.

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VISITING" CARDS

Stxxdio 319 M. H ~reim St.

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Correct styles=--Price and Workmianship
Guaranteed

Vest Pocket Kodak

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Time's 'dying--=See to it NOW---the Matter
of your

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State
Street

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It. is not entirely our'fault that
we sell so many Vest Pocket
Kodaks. People see the pictures
that their friends take with
these little cameras and w1ant one
for themselves.
If you have a used kodak th at
does not suit you we will make
you a liberal offer for exchange
on a better one. Come in and
talk it over with us and let usi
do your finishing.
Calkins'- Pharmacy
324 SOUTH. STATE STOEET
PLOW BOYS SHE EASY FOR WION
MIAN BARi BE AL.
(Continued from page 1.)

WA HK S
UNIVECRSIT'Y 3BOKSRTO WES

Main
Street

"Awakened Rameses" Music ot Reduced
Prices. Score Books .$1.50
GRJNNELL BROS., 120-122 E. Liberty St.
T IZZZY7a

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'OLD !8Z CO.

Jewelers
220D South Main St.

Makers of the Official!Sigma Xi' and Phi Beta Kappa keys.
4k Solid Gold, good weight, finely finished and made a little
,etter than most of them. See the samples, and leave your or-
er niow for delivery after the initiation.
krnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 Main .St.
Ann Arbor Savings .Bank The
ital Stock $30,000 Surplus $100,000 Rsuss$,0,0 tt ~l~ns
$3,0 0,0 0 S a t eS a v n g s B a n k
ria Banking 3~ iesT anatd Wmn J. Booth, President Wmn. Arnold, Vice-Presiden
rs: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., 'W. D. Harr-
i~e Vice-Pres. M. J. Fritz, Cashier John C. Waft, Jr., Cashier
SENIORS" Leave Orders with us for Engraved
" Cards. Price o1f100 Cards and Plate:
)cript, $1.25 ; Roman, $,2.00;. Shaded' Roman, $3.00;" Gothic,
;2z.oo ; Shade~d Gothic, $2.2,5; ?lain Old English, $2.00, Shaded
-)11d English, $-.oo ; Plain French Script, $2.00; Shaded, $3.00.
Leave yoter plate wvith us and we wrill make woo cards from
date for $h.75. Fine whatch and jewelry repairing.
T i (~ 308 S. State St.
Rallr Jc dry-Coo Phone .534
SWEET AS IT SOUNDS
BITER SERVICE BETTER CANDY
THE SUGAR BOWL
,nn Arbor's Best Confectionery.: Iee cream sods de luxe. Candy of all
descriptions.
WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO EVERY ORDER NO MATTER HOW SMAIL
ON MAIN STREET
THE 'BEST
JOHNSON'S CHOCOLATES I

NODIILL TOO STEEP
NO $AND TOO DEEP
Mechanical engi neers
who are comfort'
engineers too
Comfort in the Jackson is largely a result
of correct mechanical designing.
The Jackson engineers have long recog-
riized this fact; and they really dlesign ,for comfort.

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Dancer 3b.
Fuller ss.
Magge rf
Dawson If.
Griggs lb
Trowbridge

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ABR HPOA E1
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.....4 00 20 0
......4 1 0200
.311 90 1
2b......4 02 22 1
.....4 0 110 0
...3 00 51 1
...30 0 03 0
. . ..32 2 4 24 11 0
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Harvey cf
Bibbins c.
Peterson p

Total .. .

S~ they have become comfort engineers -- comfort
ekxperts ":
They know the elemcnts that miake an easy-riding
car; they know how to combine and .proportion
them.
When ycu have your. first Jackson- ride you will
see "the value of this engineering idea. as it hds
never been demonstrat~d by any other car in
your experience.

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AB R H PO A E
Beli ef.............4 11 1 00
Cory rf..........51.1 10 0
McQueen 2b........3 1121 1
Sislerif.........41 34 01.
Webber c........4 0 01 1 0
Howard lb ......3 1 1 8 1 0
Bakerss..........4 01 11 0
Hughitt 3b........30 0 34 2
Baribeaup......4 22 02 0
Total.......... 34 7 1027 10 4
S-ummaries: Two base hits-T row-
bridge, Sisler; three base hits-Sisler;
sacrifice hits-Bell; stolen bases--
Cory, Mc Queen 2, Howard; double
plays---Hughitt to Howard; first base
on balls-off Peterson 3, off Baribeau
4; hit by pitcher-Dancer; struck o'ut
--by Peterson 2, by Baribeau 4; wild
pitches-Peterson; time-2 :10; um-
pire-O'Mara.

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"Olympic" Four $1500
Electric starter and liglits S:"' > extra.

i°Majestic" Four $1976
Electric starter and tights.

"Sultanic" Six $2650,
Efeictric starter and lights.

Jackson Automnobile Company
71604 ,EL. MANIN ST. JACKSON, MICH.

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It is said "there is nothing new
under the sun," but our garments,
finished with silk braided edges are
n oonly now but are the last word in
Sartorial elegance.
Let us Show vou.

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UNITED LINESTh
ber Tue Table Farmers and Mechanics Bank
- F I01 -103-105 South MahiStreet
xpress Care for Detroit-
hourly to 6:10 p. mn., also 8:10 Chpltal $100,000. Surplus and Profits $61,000
Detroit-5 ;40 a. mn., 6:(G a.
two hours to 6I;0G p. in., 7:C6
., 9:10 p.,im., and 10:45 p. m .*
only. 11:15 p. in., 12:15 P. in. ( - j)4 4 /11a n

WAGNER & CO.
State Street Tailors 2

acWs Tea Room
Dinners, lunches or refreshments.
Rest Room in'conuection.
open from. 8 a. Un. ° to S p. in,; on
Saturdays till 9 p. in.
SECOND FL06R
ASK ctn.
MAIN STREET

AROL
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LLAR
HIGH IN ?HE B.lfCK.iVND
40W IN FRONT 2 for2Sc

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