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THE U~ICHIGAN- DAILY

R

D RESPONSIBILITY IS ,ATTACHED

to a mere promise of making a good suit
of clothes, but it takes considerable re-
sp nsibility and competency to flulfill that
promise. We are real tailors and do it.

G. H. WILD COMPANY
.DING MERCHANT TAILORS STATE ST.

Nor

sw

Laundry oxes
YIt's just the thing to ship
your laundry
Home'
SHEEHA N'S
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

BALL TOSSERS MIX IN
FIRST CLASH Olf SEASON
Initial Outdoor Fray Results in Tie;
First Team on the Run Till
Newell Saves Day
Michigan's first taste of real base-
ball came yesterday afternoon when
the scrubs and Varsity clashed on
South Ferry Field. The final verdict
was 3-3 and the coach called a halt
at the end 'of the ninth.
Things looked dubious for the first
team right up to the termination of
the contest, as they started the final!
session of the fray two runs to the bad.
However, "Jimmy" Newell became
the hero of the hour and saved the
day. With Brandell on third and Cap-
tain Labadie on second, the first sack-
er contributed a beautiful .three-bag-
ger which almost sailed out of the
park, tying the count.
It was anything but a baseball day.;
The rains of the morning put the
grounds in bad shape and a raw wind
from the south blew continuously.
Neither side did a great amount of
hitting, but "Bill" Niemann came
through with a three-base hit, and
shared honors with Newell's lusty
drive which carne at the psychological
moment later in the contest,
Robins and Andrus pitched for the
first team, Miller and Ohlmnacher work-
ing for the second. The first team ahd
Dunne behind the bat, Newell. Bran-
dell, Walterhouse and Warner on the
infield, with Labadie, Niemann and
Caswell in the outfield.

TUntarian Church,
104:30-Morning service with sermon
on Being a Good Loafer, by Rev. R.
S. Loring.
11:45-Social Service Class with dis-
cussion of 'Ann Arbor School Ques-i
tion led by Mr. C.. C. Freeman.
6:30-Young} Peoples' Society with a
discussion of What Cosmopolitan-
ism Should Mean.

ECI 5!
Have You Seen It?'A Very Great
Time Saver.
The, Rust Lettering Scale
Price $1.25

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
tween Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
irs run on E~astern time, one hour 'faster
local time.
troit Limited and Express Cars--S:io a.
end hourly to 7:1o p. mn., 9:10o p. Mn.
ilamazoo Limited Crs-8:48 a. m.. and
y two hours to 6:48 p. m..; to Lansing,
p. M.
)cal Cars, Eastbound-S 135 a. in., 6:40 a. mn.,j
a. in., and every two hours to 7:05 P. im.,
p. Ill., 9:05 p. in., i::50p.an. To Ypsi-
only, 8:48 a. mn. (daily except Sunday),
a. mn., 12:0; p. in., 6:05 p. mn., 11:45 p.
::i o a. mn., i :2o a. ni.
cal Cars, Westbound-6 :12 a. in., 7 :50 a.
and every two hours to 7:~50 p. n., 10 :20
1. 2:20 a. m.
rhoe Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 1869
Capital ...........$ 800,000.00
Surplus.......... $ 150,000.00
Resources over .... $3,000,000.00
Banking in all branches
HIain Office, N. W. Corner MaIn
and Huron Sts.
[ranch Office, 707 North Univ-
ersity Avenue.
COME INJ AN11D TRY OUR
bluese Comnaution Lunch
MichigaMn
Chop uy

TRY
CHAPMAN'S JEWELRY STORE
For'Abrm Clocks and Michigan Pins
118 SO. MAIN. STREET

IOur "Tailor-Made"} Clothes Coat fNo More
Than the Average "Ready-Made"
CAN SLE, The Tailor
108 E. Was bInglon St lownO Floor

I ITRACK MEN OUT TOMORROWI

CHOP off a few
minutes and cat some of
WAS KING LOX00
814 S. State St. Phone 1244-M
FIRST NATL. ;BANK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital ,$Ioonoo Surplus and Profit $$65p00
DRETORS;
WIRT CORN WIML WALDO M. ABBOTT
GEO. W. PATTESaO~i jf *tFLY M. HAWLEY
S. W.'CLARKSOJI ~ glsAS OULE
FRED SCHMID $Z . $. rs Fo~
U. D KITwpjr
I FORI
CHOICK CVT FLOWERS
220 Cb .pjn St. Phone $094.M
IWurster Bros,. i

Farrell's Charges Go on Ferry Field
Provided Wather Stays Good
Provided tha~t the weather man con-
tinues his attitude of the fast several
Idays, Coach F{arrell will receive his
cinder charges on Ferry Field tomior-
row afternoon. The coach stated yes-
terday that the cinder track should
be in fair shape, but that the high
tjump, broad jump, and other field'
candidates must wait to get outdoors.
Carroll and Donnelly were pressed
into real service by the coach yester-
day 4ftprn~go }. te 'sent both of
them against the watch, 4nd the two
men responded by speeding up, and
making the '14 laps In less than four
minutes and tjhirty seconds.
Simmons, the high jumpper, who ha.s
been botheredi With- an infected foot
for the past. several days, is pot ex-
pected to do any leapin~g before the
last o~f the creelk. "Cec" Cross, the.
premier weight heaver,, has recovered
from an attack of the grippe, and is
now at work again with the lead mis-
sile,
Two More Handball )latches Forfeited
Two more matches in the opening
round of the doubles of the handball
tournament have been declared forfeit.
Because of ti} pr'es qt bsebR.lI and
tennis respectively, Prandelj and
Switzer have been compelled to de-
fault to Wejti n a cl lau. Jikewise
due ~ih oefaa.ilnrep f Kivp y 4qnd Bron-
son to appeal, fpr l' ~ir scheduled
match wit1 Geprge gn cohn the lat-
ter pair lmtvo bell awarded the chance
to compete in the semi-finals.
Louis P. lHall, Jr., Arrives in Paris
Dr. L. P. Hall received a cablegram
today frin his son L. P. Hall, Jr.,
stating that he arrived in Paris yes-
terday, well and happy.

SGE FIRST MACHESf
IIN WRESTLING TOURNEY'
Large Crowid Sees Planck Trow~r Beach
and Antsbeuhler Win From,
I Wacksman
Before an audience that packed
every available nook in the wrestling
room in Waterman gym the first set!
of matches in the semi-final round of
the wrestling tournament was staged
yesterday afternoon, at which time
three regular bouts and two exhibi-
tion matches were held.
The first match of the afternoonI
was between the middleweights Planck
and Beach, which the former won in
2 minutes, 10 :seconds, Planck was
the first to go to the mat, Beach drop-
in g the winner to his knees shortly
after the bout started, but was un-
able to maintain his advantage, Planck
rolling backward upon his opponent
and securing a bar hold across
Beach's face and an arm lock soon
'succeeded in scoring a clean fall on
the latter.
It took "Tony" Amtsbuechler, last
year's middleweight champion but 34
seconds to put Wacksman, the highly
touted mat artist from Cornell, out
of the Tpnning for the championship.
Hardly had the two shaken hands be-
fore the former set his opponent to
the matt with a guich body shift and
the next moment had ",cured a~ half-
Nelson and an aria lock upn Wacks-
man from which the latter could not
shake loose, and was soon forced
over upon his shoulders.
The final bout on the schedule was
that between the lightweights Baker
and whitlow, which was the wrestling
off of last Saturday's draw between
the pair. The match was the only one
of the afternoon to go the full time,
and was decided upon aggressiveness.
Whitlow getting the decision.
Because of the short period required
to run off the three scheduled bouts,
two exhibi tions were staged in order
tq satisfy the expectant group of on-
lookers. In the first matci of the aft-
er-show, " ToniyAnitsbuecler again
Wrestled With Wackismn and settled
all doubts as to his abiity on the
meat by throwing his opponent three
times in less than 10 minutes. After
this match Planck and Beach also re-
turned to the mat and Plalc e-
cured two falls on Bea~cl in but six
minutes of tussling.
0. S. Westerman, boxing l'1tructor
at the gym, tlted as referee for yes
terdy0§ bouts and VBb" Watson, for-
mer heavyweight wrestling champion
of Mlihigan toggethpr with Tuttle,
Ilast year's lightweight wnner held
dfiw~l julges' Jobs. Brawn, welter-
weight leader in this aeason's semi-
finnjJs, acted sa Oriekeeper for the
events,
Two matches have been scheduled
for next Tuesday afternoon at which
tinme R. F. Weske will meet F. N.
Kerwine in the heavyweight division,
and F. D. Reider will meet R R. Baker
in the welterweight class.
Look over the advertizomets. They
will interest you. *IP

VNIER~ITYBOOK STO!E$
A. B. Chase, Merrill, Becker Brothers, and
Norris & Hlyde
A ine line at the Right Price
See Them Before Purchasing
P a lo s f o x-w r i vM r R e rb o u
t MRS, M. M ROOT
Corner Maynard and Willi1am Streets
GO TO.
MARCH WINDS TUTLE'
For the BIAST In
CHAPS SODAS
CANDIES
Have no Terrors when LUNCHES
DERMAL CREAM On__State _
is used PARTICULAR LAUNbRY
Made ony at
For
QUARY 0 U GParticular
COMPANYTS ol
Prescription Stone CITY LAUNDRY1
THOS.ROWIE, Prop
Detroit Street Pone 4 _
Jill 1, mm-IF.A
O RDERS for Caps and
Gowns may be left here
no0w for delivery in time for
Swing-out, though a limited
/~here for immediate use.
Be measured as soon as conven-
r int.No dpsi srequired.
Faculty Outfits
I --consisting of caps, gowns
and hoods, made up in styles
and colors of all American and
Foreign Universities, may be
a rented or purchased.

Alibarty St.,

Opp. the Arc,4ia

Pasturized Milk
and Cream

he Farmers& Mechanics Bank

phmone 423

wth Main Street
Corner Huron

State Street Office
$30 &St Sate St.

A G00D STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED
Teacbers of Commercial
Subjects prepared at
Hamilton Business College
State ani~lliajuxs Sts.

ICor. Detroit and Cathierin v
I Enoch Ueet
Fu neral Director
210 South 4th Av6.
Phone 404

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Just Arrived
Medium weight Black and
B~rown Shoes for early
Spri ng wear
Prices from $4. U t$7oO
Complete showing of
Oxfords for Spring
and Summer

Patronize DalY Adv ertizera.

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WALIR'S SHO0E STOREIS

MAIN STREET

STATE STREET

WORN
THE SAME

LENGTH
OF TIME

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Dr. W. S. MILLS
I Osteopathic Physician
614-6 i8 First National Bank Bldg.
j Ann Arbor M icb.
321-M

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Before Vacation
P E Z Z ' S
Barber Shop,
S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

THE FAMOUS
Cox Sons and Vining
CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
- may be ordered now from
Taxi 2255, open under new manage-
mnent.
Call Lyndon for good pictures.
We have .a first class Tuner and
Tone Regulator. Our charges are rea-
sonable! Give us a trial. Grinnell
Bros. 116 So. Main St., Phone 1707

Which shoe do you thinly would
give you the most satisfaction and
be the most economical ?
Wufed
SHOE
OF COURSE!

For quick service, call 2255.
Ten cents rents a good Eastman ko-
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's, 719
N. University.
00
STRAND.
N° 505 BLK. N° 605 TAN
Wagner & Co.
State Street
Sole Agents

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WNalsh Taxi Line. P'honie255.
SUM liE R JOB1. Ni CO Irlshe
kept several prominrent campus men
icollege. $0 wssaved by ----
'1;$600 by ---, 161.; $0-00 by
, '16 ; $700 by- , 16L, last
summer. . xperience unnecessary.
Telephone Joseph Cotton, '16, 373--W;
Jesse Simp-son, '18, 2180-M; Carl Yeis-
ley, lit, 2494.

ook over the advertizements. They

Films printed and' enlarged at3
Hoppe's. a2

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