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FRESHMEN! BASEBALL TRYOUTS
xetice SHOW PROMISE IN~ PRACTICE
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port-- Coates was one of the most iu'omis-
)efore Ing receivers that reported to Coach
Lundgren for Varsity baseball this
Meet spring but he was ruled ineligible as
he had not, been on the campus long
Hu. enough to compete. He is a good me-
pow- chanical backstop, holds up his pitch-
er in fine shape, and injects the ne-
me~ets cessary fight into the entire team.
Coach Enzenroth has not madle any
yol. cuts In the squad as yet, preferring
to' keep every candidate as long
as possible. Each man -out for the
team. is being given a thoroigh try-
,ropout, and, according t~o the coach, will
Cabot be retained as long as it is possible
to care for large number.
club BOOB~, FORM!ER KAZOO NORMAL
Lurch. HEAVER, PITCHIES NO HIT GAME
3 In Ernile Koob, who in 191.4 pitched for
He-Kalamazoo Normal atgainst Ferguson
)dern of Michigan, in a great 13-inning hurl-I
ing duel which went to the Teach-
ers, Tuesday shut out Kansas City in

Louisville w'on the game 4 to 0.
Koob's performance was the first of
fts kind this. season in Class AA base-
ball. He was with the St, .;Louis
Browns in, the American league last.
year I'nd still has a string attached to
him by the St. Louis management.
Should he continue his good work hie
may once more be cavorting about.,
major league' lots this season.
Grunewald Original Creole Pralines
of New Orleans. Tices',.ug Store,
1.17 So. I ain.--Adv.
;lead the Daily for. Campus Nears
Just Received ,I
a Shipment of

Large well kinown brokerage com-
pany selling food staples in volume
to wholesale trade will consider em-
ploymnpht of several graduates inter-
ested in entering business life and as-
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reliable .concern offering exceptional
opportunities ,for growth and advance-
ment. Must be clean cut, -high 'grade,
active minded. type. Highest refer-
ences required. ;Applications not fully
stating business experience, If any,
also education, age, home address, and
when services available, will not be
con'sidered.* Address in own handwrit-
ing, 'Box M. X., Mich. Daily.-Adv.

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YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE
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101.105i SOUTH"NAU'N STREET 330 SOUTH STATE STREET
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or smal.
The, Ann AbrSavings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Captal and Surplus,. $600,000.00
Resources, $4,750,000.00
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UNIVERSITY OF OHISABO1i
LAW SCHQ5JL
Three-year course leading to degree of Dodtor
of Law (J.D.), w~hich, by the Quarter system
mnay be completed in two and one- fourth calondar
years. College education required for regular ad-
mission, one year of law being counted tawatd
college degree. Law library of fiver 48,000 vl.,
The Summer Quarter offers special opportuni-
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First term 1920, Jue2-uy2
Courses open in all Departments of the Univer-
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For. Announcement address
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SUJMMER SESSION 1920

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fight in Barbour gymnas-
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put VJ sale at the Union
may be obtained there.
ke Fisher.

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.$uminer Session is in~ gener q1 the equi4valent of one
mester. Four ad thr-ee year courses rmay thus be
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