It Is Always a Pleasure
HOSE desiring the BEST CANOES for
Regatta Day had better reserve them
when there is a single line direct from
your home to the central exchange for
your exclusive use. The line is never
busy except when there is a call to or
from your telephone.
Consider the advantages of this individual ser-
vice over your present party line telephone
where one or more subscribers share the line
with you. If you wish the higher grade of
service, notify us and we will make the change.
for the Entire Day:
L We will be better prepared than
ever to take care of all kinds of lunches.
Q Place your order as early as possible.
State Telephone Company
J. J. Kelly, Manager
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TWO DAYS-JUNE 8-9
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IT SAYS TO YOV: "Can you view the naked truth
with the eyes of a child?"
U. of M. BOAT LIVERY
- SHOWS - 1
3-7-8-9 P. M.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
PERHAPS YOUR HANDS
j ARE OCCUPIED
WNHEN you are
walking and you
smoke a cigarette hold-
ing it in your mouth all
It is just another test, and there
are few kinds we care to try
it with. Haveyou tried it with
Why not, before you forget?
"From Morning Till Ni t
Fewer Cigaretes, buthe t
SENIOR L S TROUNCE
J-EN INEE SI1TO
STonm" e3uNtara Pitches Per
Ball, Letting Opponents ])own
'Without .a lilt
in a thrilling seven inning con
"Tom" McNamara yesterday twi
himself into the hall of fame by
feating the junior engineers in
sole interclass baseball tilt of
afternoon, letting the latter d
PLAY FOUR MATCHES IN INTER-
(LASS TEN~NIS TOURNAMENT
Four matches were played yesterday
afternoon in the interclass tennis tour-
nament. Lange, '16, Bear, '16, Angell,
'16, won their matches, the contest.
between Shields and Cohen being
called a draw after two sets were
played. The results were as follows:
Lange, '16, defeated Hart, '19, 3-6,
Bear, '16, defeated Sullivan, '19, 1-6,
Angell, '13, defeated Codd, '19, 6-4,
Shields '1, and Cohen, '16, played7
two sets, ,9-7, and 2-6.
NEME) 3tOJIE ENTRIES TO MAKE
PENTATHLON A SUCCESS
MN re entries are wanted for the Pen-
tathlon, which will be staged on Ferry
field Wednesday afternoon. Less than
a dozen have signed up so far.
Last year there were more than 60
entries in the event, and due to the
lack of athletic activities at this time,
there should be a still larger number
of men entered in this year's Pentath-
Ion. Entrants in the interclass track
'eet who failed to win numerals will
have a chance in Wednesday's event.
Entries will be listed if telephoned to
Mr. Rowe, or may be left at the intra-
mural club house on Ferry field.
If it's a sport shirt you-want for
tennis and you want one that will suit
you at first sight-then Davis, at 119
S. Main street, is the place to come.
Plate and 100 cards, $1:50, at
Only Five Men Qualify for Rifle Match
fOnly five men have qualified for the
Intercollegiate 'rifle matches to be
held on June 12, and as six men are
required, those in charge announce
that the greatest possible number
should cover the course at once. Thos
who have qualified are: R. W. Lee,
F. Lockard, W. Price, G. C. Curtiss,
Election of officers for next year
will be held in the office of F. A.
Rowe tomorrow evening at 7:15
15 YEARLINGS GET NUMERALS
Freshnian Nine Rewarded for. Big
Year on Diamond
About 15 members of the All-Fresh
baseball team will receive jerseys and
caps as a reward for their work.
This year's nine was one or the most
successful in the history of fresh-
man baseball, and although the year-
lings were blanked in an 8-0 game
with the Poles Saturday, the first game
with that institution resulted in a
win for the yearlings, so the scores
are fairly even.
But one game was tiea this year,
that with the Ypsi Normals, and it
would seem that the freshmen have
a shade on this team because of a later
victory. All of the other contests were
won by the freshmen.
Parks, who was in the box in the
first gan against the Poles, was driv-
en out in Saturday's game in the sev-
enth inning and Glen was sent in to
relieve him. Mrowka allowed but
four hits, whereas the freshman pitch-
ers allowed 14 safeties.
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without a bingle or a run. Martin for
the engineers was almost as good,
allowing but two hits; both of which
The game was an extremely close
one as is shown by the fact that the
laws were able to register but one
run off the losers. Martin had pitched
faultless ball until the fifth round
when the backstop for the laws, who
bears the same name as the engineers'
twirler, was nipped in the side by one
of the former's shoots s He took sec-
ond on a passed ball, and scored the
barristers' only tally a moment later
on Stevens' single to left center. The
engineers were helpless before Mc-
Namara's spitter, the first three men
to face him in the opening frame,
going out by way of the strikeout
Then you have an appetite born of the unwinding highways, the spring sunshine
and the great outdoors-you seek quiet, rest and refreshment.
Score by innings:
Junior engs.. 0 0 0 0 0
Senior laws.. 0 0 0 0 1
Namara and Martin.
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made for you-is run for you and offers food and welcome that will make you
you came and eager to do it again.
Records Fall at Conference Meet
Evanston, Ill., June 6.-"Bob" Simp-
son's mark of 14 3-5 in the hurdles fea-
tured the Conference track meet held
here Saturday. This ties the new
world's record which Simpson estab-
lished recently. Binga Dismond, of
Chicago, tied "Ted" Meredith's new
quarter mile mark of 47 2-5 around a
curved track. Wisconsin won the meet,
with Illinois second.
The marvelous growth of our business is a result
of personal recommendation from those we have pleased
and a fine tribute to the Renellen idea.
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