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Howr Wolverines
Won from Purdue

MEET

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Michigan
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Knode, ss.....5
Kirch, if......4
Perrin, rf.......... 4
Van Boven, 2b .... 4
Mraz, 3b .......... 4
Genebach, c ........6
Newell, lb .........;3
Lan'genhan, of ..... 2
Ruzicka, p .. 4
Soheidler, p .......0

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ntered a list of
of Detroit is
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Totals ...1.....5
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Inwood, 3b ...... 3

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[FIRST TENNIS 'TRIP score would seem to indicates',other-
PROVES SUCCESS wise.
/ Against Wisconsin, Wesbrook and
Munz were forced to default their fin-
Michigan's tennis team emerged al set in the doubles against Godfred-
from its first western trip against the son and Fanning in order to catch the
Conferenec schools with two victories train for Chicago. 'Angell and Rein-
and one defeat to its credit,. North- del had. already won their doubles;
western and Wisconsin falling before thus cinching khe match" against the
the Varsity, and Chicago scoring a Badgers by virtue of three singles and
victory over the Wolverines, one .doubles, victory.
Iii the match against Northwestern,__________
the contest was rather against a coldBEABATDLAUSI
stiff wind off Lake Michigan than BE T BERNTY DEOA 'INTS
against th'e Purple and Gray. In Boy- . FRATERNITY IDO OTS
deNorthwestern has' a powerj.ul
man. He ran Captain Wesbrook to two Beta Theta Pi won fromDel1ta Up-
long sets but Walter's more accurate silon in the fraternity indoor base-
placing and court generalshi~p won the ball tourney Saturday by &r 8 to 2'
match for him. Thue other gamnes were soe
won by Munz, Angell, and Reindel Tuysday at 3:30 o'clock.,Alpha Delta
without much trouble. . Phi .will meet Zeta Psi and Phi.,Sigma
Chicago presented the best balanc- Kappa will engage Psi,4llpsilon. At
ed team that has yet opposed the V~.r- 4:45 o'clock Nu Sigma Nu will meet
sity. In Pike; Segal, Vories, and Beta Theta Pi.
Jamieson, the Midway' school has foul
men who are hard to beat. Wesbrook Flying daily' at Carpenter's Crossing,
was expected to score a victory over Packard Road._ Take Ypsi, car.. Call
Pike, but the Chicago man was hitting 236.-Adv.
his stride and the Michigan captain
was not. Every match was exception- Grunewald Originhal Ureole IFralines
ally' close and Chicago won; with but of New 'Orleans. Tices'' Drug Store,
the smallest margin although the 117 So. lfain.-rAdv.
THE AMERICAN C IGAR STORE

ad 'mi
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E9verything for painting is carried
here in ample quantity to supply the
demand. If it's for painting, it's here.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

Buffalo, Lafay-~
eseinted by one
istance runner
H~elme~ won the
os two ,'mile
nn relay games
wv world's high
The former
also one of the
;ountry, having
0. He is one of
a Olympic try-
iin bet for the
former Machi-
fg Hlelme to the

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NERVE, and EN'
to make far me

MAKE $1000 A
Hundredsrare makingst
more selling stock in leg
managed oil companies..

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Strubble, 2b......
Hiser, lb ....... .
Faucett, rf.......
McConnell, lf .....
White, cf .........
Roberts, c........
Wagner, p .. ..

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"---Makes Jack a#
Dull Boy!"
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they.believe in all work and no
play.~
Men who -want to keep their
~minds keen' and their wits
sharp, kniow that they must play
to ,}peep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily apprd~.e of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
H USTON BROS.
B~iliards and Bowling, Cigars
and .Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right" f

E."D. McMahmon,
2043 Houston St.,
Fort Worth, Texas.
I am ambitious, bellev
sales ability, and am in
in your proposition. I a
years old and (have) (h
had selling experiO'nce.
Name ...............
Address ...........

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Totals........32 3 6 27 15 4I
Summary

Bases on balls of Ruzicka 2,
ner 3. Struck out ;by Ruzicka

wag-
5, by

Scheidler 3, by Wagner 6. Three base
~hits, Van Boven, Ruzicka. Double play,
Knode to Van Boven td Newell. Hits
off Ruzicka 3 in 7 1-3 inning , off
ScheidleN 3 in\ 1 2-3 innings. 'Wild
pitches, Ruzicka, Scheidler. Winning
pitcher, Ruzicka. Losing pitcher, Wag-
ner.
Score by Innings

BILLIARDS
CIGARS
CIGARETTES
TOBACCOS
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& POCKET BILLIARDS
CANDIES
SOFT DRINKS .
Daily land 'Sunday Paper*
One Block from Campus

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Cousins & Hal
'Members Florists Telegraph-D4
Phtone 116

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alIand Purdue ..0 00 0 000 12-3 6 4
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team STRDAVSGAMES
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le. inI Chicago 1, Boston 2.
he 440 St. Louis 2, Washington 1.
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NATIONAL
jNew York 6, Pittsburg 7.
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thes these days' is an investment and you want to~ make it a
lent. The proper thing to do then, is to make sure of the man-
iakes the cloth~es and the store that sells them-sure that they
and quality, and sure that the, store is pricing them fairly and
a
N O J
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it is good- in the realm'of men's ready-to-wear, clothing. They
can style excellently tailored into selected, all-wool fabrics ;
economy, an investment in satisfaction.
to our store with the assurance that you are getting what is
areciate the fact that a satisfied customer means greater and
.r us.

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DESCRIPTION STORE
MATE and N. UNIV. PHONE 308

oriels in suits and, topcoats. You'll like them, we
-the house of 'Kuppenheimer clothes..

are sure.

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rs. Lunrehes Confectionery
ce Cream,- Delicious Sodas
l'e Make- our own Ice Cream.
3 solicited from Fraternities and -;
ties. 218 S. Main Phone 166

N. ,F,,ALLEN COMPANY
The House of Kuppenheimer in Ann Arbor ,
Main Street

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Supplies

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT".
THE BLUE FR'ONT
.Stan Renyolds. and Stub Webb ..
STUDENT PROPRIETORS
Corner of Slate and Packard While waiting for car to Ypsl or Detroit. On way to and from Ferry Field

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