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Frosh lasebal I
M.en Show Promise
TI I Coach Jack Enzenroth and his All-
fresh baseball squad were favored'
Ioway with another ideal baseball day on
slab Wednesday and, as a result, the
most beneflcial practice of the year
was held. As the season progresses
HERS the men are rounding into shape rap-
TODAY idly and the team this year promises
to be unusually strong, particularly
the pitching staff. It is now compos-
f thet ed- of about 10 men, all of whom are
e past doing effective . hurling. Stryk5er, a
extent big right hander who has had' some
ine haspitching experience at Western State
Purdue Normal), has made the most favorable
impression to date. He mixes a baffl-
verine§ ing curve ball ,with a fast one in a
Mfonday manner that has proved most discon-
awkeye certing to opposing batsmen. Mudd,
,he low- O'Hara, Schulz and Liverance have all
games showed up well in the last few days
makers and a great deal can be expected of
Ld will theme when the season is well under
hander, way.
en very Coates and Skinned are the pick of
get in- the battery men with the former a
higan's slight favorite for a regular berth.
erience (Continued on Page Six)
rith his
dler or HARRY ALLEN, HOCKEY STAR
verines OF ROSES, ON OLYMPIC TEAM
ent a
Captain .Harry Allen, who played such a
t. The stellar game with the Detroit Roses
Sher when that team played the local in-
n every formal hockey eleven was appointed
g staff to a place an the All-American team
) equal which went to the Olympics. Alleni
abiyabe played only one-half against the Mich-
oth 6Y igan team but during that, time scored
a nines three f the four goals which% were
ng the rung up.
ed His playing is very fast and accu-
Iowa's rate and all those who saw him in
action here know that he is well
as than qualified for the place.
The Michigan informal hockey team
e. Mich- will close its season with two games,
one with the General Motors team of
Pontiac on May 22 and the other
a dou- with the Walkerville, Canada, team
Swellon on May 23. That day is a holiday in
be Canada and the team will be there as
verines, a special attraction.

TRALTEAM BATTLES
CHICAGO MEN TONIGHT1
WOLVERINES AND MAROONS SEEM
HANDICAPPED BY ABSENCE
1 OF STAR RUNNERS
Michigan goes into the Chicago meet
tonight ,in a handicapped condition,
due to the absence of Captain John-
son, Losch, and Wesbrook, who is play-
ing tennis against Wisconsin at Madi-
son today. The prospect is, however,
better than it was before the Illinois
meet, as the Maroons are also short
strong point winners.
Maroons Weakened
Chicago, handicapped by the loss of
Higgins and Curtiss, will give Michi-
gan a fight in the middle distance
runs, but should prove easy in the
sprints and most of the field events.
Maynard has been -running the two
mile in exceptionally fast time late-
ly, and should give Otis Moore a race
for honors in this event.
The pole vault and broad jump are
conceded to Michigan, and Later is
expected to win the high Jump. Wes-
brook -will be missed in the first two
of these events, but Slaughter and
Cross should take the leading places
in the-former event and Lashmet, who
has been broad jumping well the past
week, may be able to beat 22 feet for
first.
Cook, Should Win
Cook, who pulled a surprise by win-
ning the 100 yard dash from Illinois
last Saturday, should, be able to re-
peat, and may add a win in the 220
to his string. Wetzel and Butler are
the Michigan hopes in the\440 yard
dash. With 'loth running in form the
Wolverine team should collect 'two
places in this event. The longer runs
are uncertain, with Chicago favored
by former performances.
Fraternity Hat Bands-Wild & Co.
311 S. State St.-Ahv.,
De Klyn's Candies of Cleveland.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.
Patronise our Avertisers.-Adv.

YESTERDAY'S

GAMES

MULLANES TAFFIES it Tice'
Drug Store, 117 So. Main St.. Re-
eived every week.-Adv.

MAKE $1000 2

Amercan League'
Detroit, 8; Washington, 9.
No other games.

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National League
Boston, 4; Chicago, 7. f
Philadelphia, 3; Cincinnati, 4.
.Brooklyn, 5; St. Louis, 1 (14
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Rain elsewhere.

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lege men possessing P
NERVE, and ENERGY
to make far more mo
any other business. If
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you how to make rea
make it fast. For full
out the coupon and mE
once.

Star Polo Shirts with collars that
fit. $3.00 upwards. Wild & Co., 311 S.
State St.-Adv.
ANN ARBOR CHOP SUET
Excellent CHOP SUEY ihm
11 :E . in. to midnight
Steaks and Chops $14 . State
MILLINERY CLEARANCE
# SALE 'ig I

"THERE'S NOTHING TO DO,
IN THIS OLE TOWN"
Have you ever said that, when
you're tired of the movies, and
your best girl is out of town,
and you feel sort of "unneces-
sary?"
- Just note the address at the
bottom of this advertisement
and drop in here "just to look
around" and watch the players.
You'll soon find a partner for
a game of "rotation" or
"straight" and forget all about
your lonesomeness.
This is a clean, decent place,
one which you'll enjoy visiting
regularly. Come in today.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

jE. D. McMahon,
2044 Houston St.,
Fort Worth, Texas.
I am ambitious, believe ]
sales ability, and am inter
in your proposition. I am
years old and (have) (hav4
haid selling experience.
Name .............. ....
Address ... ...........
State .......... ....

At the parlors of

Stevens & Pershing
618 Packrd St.
-We alsd carry fine line of
Branch Nickels Arcade

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PICTURE FRAMING

WINDOW

* Student Headquarter
For everything in "Brighten Up" finishes, best
ment of swing frames, Hand-made picture fram
window shades at lowest prices.
PAINTS LE. WENZEL
PAINTING & DECORATING
Ohone 84 207 E. Liberty St.

Ladies' Party Gowns a Specialty

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BRICK ICE CREAM
CONNOR'S
CHOCOLATE '
VANILLA
NEAPOLITAN
SPECIALS
ALWAYS ON HAND
AT THE
BETSY ROSS
SHOP
Fountain Room Beautiful

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VALUE!
The best possible value
for long time wear and
c service is secured by or-
dering a
HAND-TAILORED
SUIT
drafted to
YOUR PERSsONAL
MEASUREMENTS
ALBERT GANSLE
TAILOR
113 South Main Street
. (SECOND FLOOR)

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GRAVING & EMBOSSING
100 cards from old plate... ...... .$2.00
100 cards and new plate, fo.. .. .. $3.00 up

DOBBS HATS ARE CORRFECT IN STYLE, MATERIALS, WO]
The models for Summer, 1920, combine the distinctive character of upper F
the sturdy wearing quality of the English type.'
TINKER & COMPANY
South State St. at William St.
CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
VHITE FLANNEL AND WHIPCORD SPORT TROUSERS.
KNITTED SPORT COATS

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Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 166

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