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BOXING NOTICE

INNING
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citing baseball
1 on the Ferry
in triumphed
core of 9 to 8
ran come-back
;ue and turned
an defeat into
,elessly behind'
andgren's . men
sixth and sev-
ed them seven'

Last practice of the Boxing
club will be held tonight at 7
o'clock, in Waterman gymnas-
ium. All active members should
be present with fees. A special
meeting will be held Tuesday at
'7:15 o'clock, in the Union for
election of officershand appoint-
ment of banquet committee.
Associate members must attend.
next two Aggie batters were easily re-
tired and the game credited to Smith.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-RHE
M. A. C.....002320001-8135
Michigan ..1 0 1 0 0 4 3 0 x-9 64
Batteries-M. A. 'C., Donnelly and
Oas. Michigan, Ruzicka, Scheidler,
Gariepy, Smith and Genebach.

TRACK TEAM SETS R-EST
BEF RE CHICAGO MEET'
Coach Steve Farrell gave his charg-
es a well earnest rest yesterday after
a strenous week's Work, pointing to
the dual meet at Chicago Saturday.
Memibers -of the squad are confident
of repeating the victory of last March,
but this confidence has been somewhat
shaken by the absence of Johnson and
Losch front the squad. There is a
chance that Batkholde may also be
unable to make the trip.
The cold weather made the workout
yesterday a somewhat slow and chilly
affair and only three of four Varsity
men showed up. Johnson's absence
will be badly felt, while Losch would
probably contribute points towards
Michigan's total in the dashes. Losch
has been unable to run for some
time on account of a pulled tendon
which he suffered in practice, but it
is hoped he will be in shae for the
later meets.
Coach Farrell leaves tonight for
Chicago, while the squad will take
its last worlkout today, leaving Fri-
day afternoon.
FRATERNITY BASEBALL
NEARS SEMI-FINALS

Gas and Electricity Bans Lifted company and the Detroit Edison com-
Ann Arbor factories are now work- pany having lifted their bans on the
ing full time, both Washtenaw Gas use of gas and electricity for power.

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(By Wally Elliott)
NOW THAT game certainly demon-
strated the fact that "Michigan fight"
is not a thing of the past. With Old
Man Defeat giving them the once over
the boys battered Donnelly's offerings
unmercifully and gave him the big
laugh.
NOW THAT seventh inning cer-

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
LAW SCHOOL
Three-year course leading to degree, of Doctor
of Law (J.D.), which, by the Quarter system
may be completed in two and one-fourth calendar
years. College education required for regular ad-
mission, one year of law being counted toward
college degree. Law library of over 46,000 vols.
The Summer, Quarter offers special opportuni-
ties to students, teachers, and practitioners.
First term 1920, June 21-July 28
Second term July 29-September 3
Courses open in all Departments of the Univer-
sity during the Summer Quarter.
For-Announcement address
DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL, THE UNVERSITY OF
CHICAGO

Courteous and satisfactory,
TREATMENT to every Oustom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The AnArbor Saving Bank
Incorporated 1869.
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
Resources, $4,750,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universiy Avenue

Worry YourHead Off
If You Want To
--but if. you're wise, you'll forget all
your vorries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the whistle
blows and you shut up your desk for the
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more pleas-
ure and nothing is more restful than an
hour or so spent over a billiard table.
HUSTON BROS.
BIlliards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

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SLOP tainly got its share of long hits. Van- Beta Theta Pi won from the Her-
scor Boven lambasted one in the general mitage yesterday by the score of 4 to
ess- direction of center field for a circuit 3 and Phi Delta Chewon from Sigma
line smash and Newell followed him up Delta Kappa, 11-10, in the fraternity
late. with a clean triple in the same place. indoor tourney. Both of these garhes,
sec- 'NOW THAT M. A. C. left fielder was as the 'score indicated, were.close and
avor right on the job. His diving catch of hard fought. As the league progresses
e to Knode's foul drive in the fourth was team-play is greatly improving and
Pe-- one of the ,features of the game. the games are becoming more hotly
s ben NOW THAT man Smith isn't such a contested.
bad pitcher. He held the Green and Today at 3:45 ofclockPsi Upsilon
and White hitless during the seventh and will play Theta Delta Chi and Delta
lon- eighth, allowed two singles in the Tau Delta will meet Zeta Psi. At 5:30
long ninth, and whiffed one each in the o'clock Xi Psi Phi will play Alpha
run. eight aid ninth. Delta Phi.
eon NOW THAT crowd showed real pep. Noagames will be played on Friday
ry to That's what helps win games. Keep It on account of the Spring games,
rost going. which will take place that afternoon.
mt oin gAt 1:30 o'clock Saturday 'the fol-
one Xembership Campaign Will End Fri. 'lowing games are scheduled: Beta
ened County organization will be effected Theta Pi vs. Delta Upsilon, Phi Del-
at a general meeting at the Court ta Cher vs. Nu Sigma Nu, and Acacia
house Friday morning when the Farm vs. the winners of yesterday's .game
erine bureau membership campaign will between Sigma Phi and Phi Sigma
end. Kappa.
ither _ The winners of these games will go
rush -- - -
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lead, faction whenever properly applied. C. -
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and at three historic banquets
cd fact:

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Just enough Turkish"
Facts like these make Fatima's
place aniotng cigarettes unique.
A few years ago, the "proper"
thing on such state, occasions
wouil have been an expensive,
fancy-boxed, straight Turkish
cigarette.
Today, things are different.
Men base their choice on taste
rather than price. That Fatima
should be so clearly the choice
of men who can afford anything
they like, shows that most smok-
ers really prefer-not too much
Turkish tobacco in their ciga.
rettes nor. too little but "just
enough Turkish."

Within a single week last fall, great civie
dinners were tendered at the Waldorf-Astoria
to General Pershing, to Herbert Hoover and
to Cardinal Mercier. And at all three of these
famous banquets, the only cigarette served by
the hosts was Fatima.
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