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June 02, 1916 - Image 3

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Low Shoes for Spring and
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In all leathers for all
$30 occasions
Estabtished 185
HENRY & CO.
Tailors to Men
Directly North of Law Bldg.
713 North University Avenue
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Thousands of New, Cool, Summer

Lingerie

Waists

$2.00

WOMEN'S and MISSES'

A most wonderful collection of all the summer's
smartest styles. Two waists of white voile pictured.
Then there are waists of tinted voiles, of white ba-
tiste and of handkerchief linen with big, fluffy frill
fronts. Much hemstitching.

Others at $1, $1.50, $2.95, $3.95

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Answered.

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FRSHMEN PREAR FOR POSTPONE PENTAILON
LAST GAME WITH POLES MEET UNTILNEXTWEEK
Putting Forth Best Efforts to Make Appearance of Only Six Men Cause
Year's Record Perfect of Change in Date; Smallest

J-.ITS WIN SIXTH VICTORY by scoring four rus and evening up
the game. From the fourth inning on
there was rough sledding for the law
Feature of Gam e Is Three-Bagger by men, whereas the lits scored almost at
ill ~afa1r f+h rm3,

In preparation for the final clash
of the year, that with the Polish Semi-
nary at Orchard Lake tomorrow, Coach
McGinnis has been putting the
final touches to his freshman baseball
machine the past few days. The fresh-
man squad has not lost a game this
year, and the coach is putting forth
his best efforts to make this year's
record a perfect one.
The Poles are vowing vengeance in
tomorrow's game and hope to take the
ineasure of the freshmen, claiming
that the failure to win the first game
rested with their pitcher. Mrowka.
who was in the Polish box in that
game, played his first match game for
the Seminarites, pitching nearly air-
tight ball, and will be replaced in
Saturday's game by another hurler.
W. J. S41I0ELWLE, '17E, ELECTED)
VARSITY RIFLE TEA)l CAPTAIN
At a meeting of the members of the
Varsity rifle team held yesterday, W.
J. Schoepfle, '17E, was elected captain:
for next year. Schoepfle was a meni-
ber of this year's and last year's teams
andi is an exceptionally consistent,
shooter, qualifying in nearly all of
the Varsity matches.
Breaks Record in 120.Yard 1urdles
Columbia, Mo., May 29. - Robert
,il)pson, of the University of Missouri,
proke the world's record Saturday in
the 120-yard high hurdles, covering the
distance in 14 3-5 seconds at the Mis-
souri Valley Conference meet. In the
220-yard hurdles. he equalled the
world's record tune, 23. 3-5 seconds.j

Number Ever Out
Because of the poor attendance on
the opening day of the annual pentath-
lon meet, the meet has been postponed
until next Wednesday. But six men
made an appearance for the initial
events, the smallest number in the his-
tory of the event.
Because of the unusual opportun-
ities offered by this meet for athletic
recognition, this meet ought to attract
an unusually large number of entrants
this year. The authorities in charge
of the event wishithunderstood, how-
ever, that no student on the warned
ory probation lists will be eligible to
compete. All men holding lockers in
the Varsity club house are also barred
from the event.
Home Run in Fifteenth Wins Game
Ithaca, N. Y., May 29.-Berry's home
run in the fifteenth round of Satur-
day's Cornell-Pennsy game enabled the
Quakers to cash in with the heavy end
of a 5-3 score.
R. H. E.
Pennsylvania..............5 7 3
Cornell ........ ............. 3 9 5
Batteries: Spielman and Gilmore;
Russell and Clary.
E. J. Schmidt has developed Kodak
films for 11 years. That's why he can
give you the best results obtainable.
E. J. Schmidt, 546 Church St. j2,3,4
During the month of June Seniors
can subscribe to next year's Daily for
$2.50. After July 1, the rate on out
of town subscriptions will be $3.00.

Rood in Last Inning
By winning their sixth straight game
yesterday the J-lits continued with
what appears to be a championship
gait. The junior barristers proved
the J-fits' last meat in yesterday's
clash, going down to a 9-4 defeat.
The barristers obtained all of their
tallies in the second inning, holding
the lits scoreless until the fourth pe-
Nod, when the literary men retaliated

wini. th feature of the game was
a three-bagger by Rood, who went in-
to the game in the last inning.
The batteries: J-lits-Davidson and
Codd; J-laws--Berns and Rogers.
1916 Graduates. Keen in touch with
your Alma Mater by having next
year's Daily mailed to you.
Patronize business men who adver-
tize in The Michigan Daily. **

WATCH' THIS FELLOW!j
Lucien Dornick, Huntington, W. Vir-
ginia, High School
Entered in Interscholastic meet in
broad jump, high jump, pole vault, 100-
yard dash, 220 yard dash, and 440-
yard dash.
In West Virginia state meet he took
first in the broad jump at 22 feet
5 3-4 inches, and the high jump at 5
feet 7 inches, breaking two state In-
terscholastic records. During the same

afternoon, he copped second p
the pole vault, the 100-yard da
the 220.
Will he survive the trials in a
events this afternoon on Ferry
Buy your calling cards at
han's.
May Festival Artists make
Records. Schaeberle & Son.
Taxi 2255, open under new n
ment.
For quick service, call 2255.

"SAFETY FIRST"
HAS BEEN DONE TO DEATH.
Service first, last and always is the big idea with us, and perfect safety is assured
where good food stuffs are properly prepared as they invariably are at

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A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

HOSPICE"

We are steadily enlarging and adding capacity to accomodate a rapidly increasing
patronage of particular people-but we need you.

If you have not as yet found occasion to dine with us,
better try it just once, you migbt like the place.

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