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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

raham's

Annual Book

Sale

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$13.50 Saturday Morning Only from 10:00 to 12:00 O'clock
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Canvas Covers for Drawing Boards
REGULAR PRICE $2.75 SATURDAY $1.90

Reference Text Books are added to the Sale daily

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The opportunity in these events is par-
ti ularly good.
The two mile run, the hammer
throw and the javelin throw have been
ca;:.celled because of the total lack of
interest aroused.
The 100 yard dash which i: one of
the most popular races , has seven
Lnitarts. Craig, Dunne, N. Joyner,
Simpson, Ensel, Goorin, and Rea are
training for the century honor.
SOPH ENGINEERS
TAKE FIRST GAME
In a loosely played but exciting
game, the sophomore engineers nosed
out the freshman engineers in the fin-
al stanza of a five inning contest
Wednesday afternoon.
Cysz's triple in the first inning was

the source of three freshman coun-
ters and his double later on sent two
more men over the plate. Hayes'
timely hitting accounted for several
soph scores.
It was anybody's game' until the
last half of the last inning, when
Barkell connected for a triple and
scored as Cowan left the plate uncov-
ered to throw Weaver out at first on

a dropped third strike.
The fielding feature was a dou
play executed by the sophs with I
field playing the leading part.
Innings 12 3 4 5-
Fresh eng...............4 1 0 1 0
Soph. eng.............0 3 3 0 1
Batteries-Cysz and Cowan; Cu
bert and Hayes.
Umpire-Dr. G. A. May.

BASESALL TEAM STARTS
THRE GME JOURNEYT

pitch, i ,oing to be put to the test
today. His dependability will stand
him hi good stead now because Notre
Dame is reputed to posse3s a strong
string of players.
Yesterday's practice was a compar-
atively easy one. It was not consider-
ed advisable to put in too strong an
afternoon. just before a hard game.
Batting work composed the greater
part of the drill.

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LUNDOREN TAKES SQUAD,
NOTRE DAME FOR FIRST
GAME OF TRIP

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INTEREST RISES AS THE
FOR THE TRACK MEET
APPROACHES

)AY

Michigan's Varsity baseball team E
left on the second trip of the year YESTERDAY'S GAME
at 8 o'clock Thursday. morning.
The Wolverinesdare scheduled toA
meet Nord Dame's nine this after- . AmeriC League
noon, Purdue, tomorrow and Ohio St. Louis, 2; Cleveland, 4.
State Saturday. Coach Lundgren said Detroit, 3; Chicago, 9.
yesterday that every thing was in fine Washington-Boston postponed.
shape and that he was looking for- New York-Philadelphia, postpon
ward to a successful trip. The men
are in much better form than when National League
they started on the Columbus journey Philadelphia-Brooklyn, postponed.
earlier in the year and considering the Chicago-Cincinnati, postponed.
the good showing that was made at Boston-New York, postponed.
that time, Michigan fans have a good Pittsburg-St. Louis, postponed.
excuse for being optimistic now.
The coach announced that the same
lineup that has been jrsied in all of the Military Service for Wichita Hig
games heetofore would, in all prob- Wichita, Kans., May 7.-Establis
ability, appear in the games this week ment of the compulsory militay ser
end. Van Boven was spiked in Tues- ice system in the Wichita high scho
day's practice game so there is some was voted by the board of educati
question about the shortntop position. last night. The system will be plac
It is hoped that this man will not in operation at the fall term. T
have to stay out because with his per- action is said to be the first of its ki
forriances in the practices of late he in the middle west.
seems to be one of the strong men '.- -
of the squad. Engraving and plate-printing
Scheidler wil probably start in the Specialty-Bring your card plate
box this afternoon. This pitcher, on Wahr's University Bookstore.--Adv.
whom most of the responsibility fell
last year after Roszicka was unable to Students read The Daily.-Adv.

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Interclass track entries for the meet
to be held Saturday, May 10, have
jumped in popularity since the de-
finite arrival of spring but have not
yet reached the proper proportions nor
the expectations of the coach.
At present the list is swelled by a
majority of freshman tryouts and;
cases of one man signing for several'
events. The entry list will be held
open until Friday evening in order to
admit all who respond to the final urg-
ent call.
As announced before, eligibility is
extended to include anyone not entitl-
ed to wear the "M" or the "AMA."
.Men who have already signed up for
the events have been assigned lockers
in the Ferry field club house and are
receiving daily instruction from the
regular coaching staff and the more
experienced Versity runners.
Although all events can stand a big
increase in entries, there are several
which are remarkably weak. The dis-
cus throw has at present only four
candidates for places. Sections on the
board for the high jump, pole vault,
shot put, and 220 yard hurdles show
only thre signatures while the 220
yard dash has attracted only two.

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The dollars you'll save will go a long ways towards

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Stylish "Fitform" Clothes

for Young Men

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Hats
and
Caps
Late Sp ri ng
Styles and
Shapes and
Weaves at
10% off

Corbett has just returned from Chicago where
he purchased additional Stock. As these goods
have already beguin to arrive, you'll find the
stocks complete dispite the heavy selling of the
past week..
A remarkable fine and elegant showing of
Waist Seam Models as well as all other styles
in bright, sport colors and effects as well as the
most conservative ones.

Spring
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Madras in all
colors and pat-
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