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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The wise selection of
clothes means looking
for highest quality in
workmanship, fabrics &
style.

CIII FALLS VI CTIM pat1ewl
Varsity football practice will
be held from 1:30 to-2:30 o'clock
aturday afternoon on Ferry
field.
IAll-Fresh baseball practice will
Maroon Players Unable to Connect be held at9:30 o'clock Satur-
With Park's Hurling in Time dymrig
to Save Contest
KNODE REGISTERS 2 HITS
AND 2 RUNS FOR MICHIGAN ler juggled the ball and Knode took
third. Van Boven fanned. Garrett
(Continued from Page One) received his chance at the circuit as
Knode opened Michigan's batting or- his short blow was played on Knode
der with a single beyond the ability at home. The Midway catcher drop-
of the -Midway right fielder, and stole ped the ball after gaining favorable
second. Cooper failed to get the decision from the umpire and the fast
sphere out of the infield and was call- Michigan captain scored. his second
ed out at first, as Knode went to third. run., Huber waited for a walk and
Von Boven landed safe on a fielder's drew first on a fielder's choice. Gar-
choice in the vain effort to nail Knode rett was tagged out while attempting
at the plate. Garrett fanned and Van to score. Karpus added another hit
Boven was caught at second on a sec- in his second expedition to the pan.
ond fielder's choice following the hit Langenhan was called on a grounder
by Huber to the keystone sack. to Curtiss. During this session Mich-
Sproehnle and Elton struckout and igan totalled two hits and threedruns.
Serck was caught at second on an at- On a single by Hinkle and a double
tempted steal, in the second, after by Garrett, the respective teams each
drawing first on balls. In the third no added one hit and one run in the sixth.
Maroons got a start on the circuit. ChiiRcovers Too Late
Knode Gets Double
Knode opened the Wolverine half of Chicago started with new interest
the third inning with a double to right in the eighth on the third hit of Cur-
center. Cooper raced to first as Cris- tiss which was good fo an extra sack.
The rejuvenation was cut short how-
The Daily sees all and knows all. ever, by Umpire Egan's decision con-
Let it be your guide.-Adv. cerning Mochel's security at third and
When you need Supplies - -
Call us up. We can supply your wants in

the subsequent modest retirement of
IHinkle, Knode to Froemke.

S UMMIARlY
ichigan
POS. A.IB. IL

Pos.

Knode......2b 4
Cooper.......If 5
Iran Boven .. ss 4
Garrett.......cf 4
Huber........c 3
Froemke ....lb 4
Karpus ......3b 4
Langenban ..rf 1
Parks........p 4

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0 5 0
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Adler- Rochester

Clothes

Totals........35 7

7 27

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LUTZ CLOTHING
STORE
217 SO. MAIN STREET

Chicago
POS. A.B. IL

Pos.

Cahn........2b
Mochel......3b
Curtiss......lb
Hinkle...... ss
Sproehnle . .. rf
Serck ......cf
Elton ........lf
Volluer.......c
Crisler.......p

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ADLEWR(REHESTERP
CLOTHES

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Students!

Totals..........34
*Parks out, failed to

3 5
touch

23* 12
second.

Innings - 1 2 3
Chicago ....1 0 0
Michigan . .1 0 3

4 5 6
2 0 1

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any quantity.
of our coffee.

You can't beat the quality
Neither can you equal the

price. We can't prove it if you don't try us.

Kyer & Whitker

Students of the University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new lire: of
PARIS FASHIONS

Two base hits, Garrett, Knode, Coop-
er, Curtiss; stolen bases, Knode, Coop-
er, Garrett; sacrifice hits, Knode, Lan-
genh an; double plays, Langenhan,
Froeinke; base on balls, Parks, Cris-
ler; hit by pitcher, by Crisler-Huber
and Langenhan; struck out, Parks 17;
Crisler 5; wild pitch, Parks; winning
pitcher, Parks; losing pitcher, Cris-
ler.
COACH MACK PICKS TEAM
TO FCE 0. S A TODAY
WESTBROOK, BARTZ AND 1UNZ
NA1IED FOR VARSITY TEN-
NIS ,QUAD
Coach Mack has picked the team
which will meet the Ohio State ten-
nis squad this afternoon. Westbrook,
B~artz,and Munz are the first three
men, with Bowers, Popp, and Harri-
son the candidates for the fourth po-
sition on the squad.
With Westbrook and Bartz playing
a stellar game both in the singles and
doubles, a victory is predicted. Munz
has improved steadily in his playing,
and has taken the third position on
the squad.
Strength of Oleo Unknown
The strength of the Ohio State team
is unknown. With men like Davis,
Hiane,and Engerwein, playing at their
best, Michigan may have some strong
opposition.
Bowers, Popp, and Harrison have
been having a hard fight for the
fourth position. Bowers seems to have
the edge on the other two men up to
date. Yesterday's results in the match-
es: Harrison defeated Bowers 6-3,
6-4. Bowers defeated Popp, 6-3, 6-1;
Popp beat Harrison 7-5, 7-5.
Detroit Here, Next Week
In the best match of the day Bartz
and Munz. each divided the honors,
6-4, 6-4. Coach Mack has scheduled
another match with the Detroit Tennis
club for next Wednesday. M. A. C. will
be played next Saturday. The matches
today will be played at 2:30 p. m.
WEATHER FORCES CHANGES
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and Dresses

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lowest prices

Chicago started the contest like a
whirlwind, when they managed to
score the first counter, but the Wol-
verines soon showed the visitors that
they could make two runs for every
one made by the Maroons, with an ex-
tra one tacked on the end.
Orisler for the visitors kept the
space between pitchers box and first,
just as warm as he did the alley be-
tween the mound and home, yet his at-
tempts to catch a Michigan man nap-
ping off the initial sack proved fruit-
less.
The fifth inning proved a walkaway
for the home team, for Parks regis-
tered three strike outs in rapid succes-
sion, without allowing any of the vis-
itors to touch the ball.
Cahn, playing second for the visit-
ors, must be given credit for being one
of the fastest men ever seen on the
diamond. Despite the fact that he
found it hard to connect with Park's
curves, when he once got on a base,
he managed to reach the plate as
well.

Picture Frarning
We carry a complete line of mouldings and all nelp
stock. Our picture department is up-to-date in all re-
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See our line of canoe paints. We solicit student patronage

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BUSY BEE

Owing to the heavy rains and the
inability of certain teams to play at
the time assigned to them the follow-
ing changes have been made in the
schedule of the women's baseball
league:
Monday, May 5-Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma vs. Helen Newberry residence.
Tuesday, May 6-Alpha Chi Omega
vs. Theta Phi Alpha.
Thursday, May 8-Collegiate Sorosis
vs. Gamma Phi Beta.
Friday, May 9-Kappa Alpha Theta
vs. Chi Omega.
The teams must appear at the time
scheduled unless the weather is un-
favorable or they will forfeit the
game.
Seniors are not turning out well for
class baseball and more girls are urg-
ed to try out for positions on the team.
Daly adrerthers tiv £aerTfeA-Adv.

Knode registered the longest hits of
the game, as usual, putting a neat two
bagger, just between center and right
field, where neither could get it.
Parks was so anxious to register a
run, as well as win the game other-
wise, that he skipped around the dia-
mond in the fifth inning, forgetting to
touch the second sack.

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We shall be glad to fur-

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Fouls had a peculiarly "vampish"
effect upon the visiting pitcher, for no
matter where they were, he made an
attempt to get them, resulting in a
very strategic loss to the visitors when
he spoiled one for his catcher, by
trying to interfere with it.
Science has proved that newspaper
advertising pays best. You can readh
all the students and faculty through
The Taily.-Adv.

nish literature on reqriest.
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313 S. State Phone 13

112 E. LIBERTY

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