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ENTER IN
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ed to Compete Saturday.
Is Given to First

muelin deserves great credit for sav-
ing several goals and for the hex-
cellent playing that he did at full-
back. The game was the best one that
the Michigan team has played this
year and it was due to the fact that
every man was playing as well as he
was able that the victory was possi-
'ble against such formidable rivals.
ow California
L o s t. Yesterday,

VARSITY TRACK TEAM
TRAVELS TO OHIO STATE
Saturday will b'a big day on Ferry
field. The interest of the morning will
center around Coach Steve Ferrell's
interclass track meet, and in the after-
noon will be divided between the track
meet with Ohio State and the base-
ball games with Illinois.
The interclass meet has thus far at-
tracted only about fifty entrants, and,;
when one takes into consideration the
number of events on the program, fif-
ty is a relatively small number, an
average of slightly more than three to
an event. Entry lists are posted on
"the bulletin board in 'the club house
on Ferry field and men may sign up
there any time. The meet is .open to
all men on the camus who have never
won an "M", and "A. M. A.", or nu-
merals in track, and it is therefore
expected that a larger nmber of men
W41i take advantage of the opportunity
offered them, for winners of first, sec-
ond, and third places in each event
will be awarded their numerals pro-
vided that five men are entered in the
event. Coach Farrell especially urges
that freshmen turn outas it will give
him a splendid opportunity of looking
over the prospects for next year, as
well as giving the men the advantage
of puttng themselves under his obser-
vaton.
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon run-
ners of Michigan and Ohio State will
meet in the last dual track event of
the year before the grand finale of the
Conference meet. It is hardly to be
expected that Ohio can carry off the
honor of the day, for Michigan is
easily the third best organization in
the Conference.
The Buckeyes, however, are sure to
present enough stiff competition to
make things more than interesting,
and the large crowd that is expected
will be amply repaid. The baseball
game will start immediately after the
track meet.
SOCCER PLAYERS
DEFEAT PONTIAC
Michigan's soccer team defeated the
strong Pontiac shin-kickersin a hot-
ly contested 2-1,game played at Pon-
tiac last Saturday and increased 'the
glory of the victory by virtue of the
fact that for over half the game only
10 men were playing for Michigan.I
There is a rule in soccer forbidding
the substitution of fresh men for in-
jired ones and so when Merry, the?
Michigan half-back, was out of the
game with a severe kick in the.an-
ke, the other 10 men played all the1
harder and succeeded in keeping the
lead until the finish.
The first score for Michigan came
in the middle of the first half when
Baucs booted the ball through the
goal. The second half opened with
another score by BVucis and it was
not until the middle of the half that
the home team got their first and only
score.
l. Dyason was by far the star of
the 'game in the line, while Vander-

Jones Wins Individualistic Honors,
Jones, of . the Chicago University the West Waterloo team, on two wins
high track team was the winner of in- in the dashes, has announced his in-
dividual honors in the Interscholastic tention of coming to the University of
track and field meet last Saturday, in- Michigan next year. On his showing
stead of being tied for honors 'with in the meet here he seems to be one
Miller of West Waterloo, as was pre- of the best prospects that Michigan
viously announced. The U-high man has had for some time.
won the high and low hurdles, took Jones has not as yet made up his
second in the broad dump, and third mind as to what school he will attend,
in the 140-yard dash. but he is extremely favorable to the
Detroit Central was tied for fifth
with 7 points, instead of taking second Maize and Blue. The character of his
place. Kalamazoo Central and Cass work on Ferry field last Saturday is
City were tied for second with 14 what cinched the meet for the Uni-
counters each., v~rsity high of Chicago.
Miller, who made all 10 points for
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T'RA DE AT
THE BLUE FRONT CIGAR STORE
Corner State a.nd Packard
St ude nt ,Proprietor.'
ENGRAVING & EMBOSSING
' 100 cards from old plate........ ..$2.00
100 cards and new plate, from....... $3.00 up
Place your order now arid secure prompt deliver
A-
0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE

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Works, lb.........4
Hudson, 2b....../ 4
Rohwer, If ........4
Makin, 3b. .. 4
Rowe, rf. ......3
Dexter, 'c.........3
Ellison, p .......... 3
White, ss..........3

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NOW THAT was the best game seen
on Ferry field this year. The boys
from the Golden State look to be a
mighty good ball team and the game
held the big crowd from start to fin-
ish.
NOW THAT double play in the sixth
was a clever f piece of work. With
Myers on first and one down Hudson
hit a sharp one to Knode who tossed
it to Van Boven retiring Myers. Van
relayed to Newell and ended the inn-
ing.
NOW THAT fellow Van Boven looks
better every game. He was right on
hand with the goods yesterday, all
right.
NOW THAT Catholic aggregation is
no slouch. Thus farthey have downed
every' important opponent, and are
looking hopefully toward a victory
over the Maize and Blue. Ruzicka ap-
pears the likely choice for the mound
position today, as he was going strong
in practice before the California en-
counter.
Grunewald Original creole Pralines
of New Orleans. Tices' Drug Store,
117 So. Main.-Adv.

Wanted.

Today

Wanted

COLLEGE MEN FOR SUMMER WORK
WE GUARANTEE MINIMUM OF $424

FOR 60 DAYS WORK

POSITIONS OPEN IN EVERY STATE

Totals.......30 4 6 2V 9

. Summary .... .......
Bases on balls of Parks 0, of Elli-
son 1. Struck out by Parks 7, by
Ellison 5. Three base hits - Kirch.
Two base hits - Rowe. Hit by pitch-
ed ball - Knode, Langenhan. Passed
balls - Dexter . 2. Double play -
Knode to VanBoven to Newell. Stol-
en bases - Myres, Perrin. Sacrificed
hits - Kirch, Mraz. Winning pitch-
er - Parks. Losing pitcher - Elli-
son. Umpire - Egan.
BE RREAKS RECORD
Laces Long One Over Fence of Polo
Grvunds for Ninth Homer
(By Bob Bernard)
y Babe Ruth has set a new mark for
peltings the white horsehide. Monday
on the Polo Grounds he laced the pill
over the fence which surrounds the
grounds for the longest drive in his-
tory. For the past week the mighty
Babe has been sick with the measles
and it was thought that his hitting
would be affected by his sickness.
However, with cat calls ."of "You're
sick" and "Where's the home run
king," ringing in his ears he stepped
to the plate and faced Weilman. Weil-
man sent a winding curve down the
lane, which was slated to cut the cor-
ner of the plate until it connectel
with the enji of Babe's long ash bat
and started on its long journey over>
the fence of the Polo Grounds.
Bedlam in its wildest hours had
nothing on that crowdf who had juste
seen a ball hit as only Ruth could hit
it. The high price of straw bonnets
was forgotten and in fact many of the
new head pieces were mangled beyond
tepair. It looks as if big Babe is out
to set a new record.
De Klyn's Candies of Cleveland.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.
Page and Shaw Candies of Boston.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv

To get real enjoyment out of a
game of billiards, the equipment
must be top-notch.
You want good 'tables-sound
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You want good cues-well-bal-
anced, of the right weight, with
tip that hold the chalk.
You want good service-attend-
ants who are quick to anticipate
your needs.
You'll find the best of service
and equipment here. Come in
and play a gamp or two, today.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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APPLY 335 E.
CALL 1719 R.

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JEFFERSON

As sure as You
ate a foot high.
you,will like this
Camel Turkish and
Domestic Blend!

WEDNESDAY 3-6 P.
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WOMAN'S
SMART TAILORED PUMP
EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE
The above pump is aorecent addition to our many
popular patterns in Women's Summer Footwear. The
low, semi-French heal makes comfortable walking with
out sacrifice of style. Comes in dull mat kid with welt-
ed soles, and leather covered heels. Also same ma-
terial in oxfords.
PRICE-$12.00

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smooth, delightful blend c
a choice Turkish and choice Do
mestic tobaccos to ither kin(
Ssmoked straight! it gives yoi
= entirely new cigarette pleasure
Camels fever tire your taste
They are always .appetizing-
and satisfying, because the3
have such a mellow mild body

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ITRAO( MRP.OLAJ .L

115 So. Main St.

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Camels are sold everywhere in
scientif tally sealed packages
of2Ocigarettes for20cents; or
ten packages (20ciga rettes)in
a glassine-pa per-covered car-
ton. We strongly recommend
this carton forthe home orofi ice
supply or when you travel.
R. J. REYNOLDS
TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C.

Camels leave no unpleasa
cigaretty aftertaste or unples
ant cigaretty odor.
That's why we say frankly-
compare Camels with any cig
rette in the world at any pric

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor S1vlngs Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $800,000.00
Resources, $4,750,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universiy Avenue
r 1 e'9S
uttles
Lunches

OPPORTUNITIES
FOR
GRADUATES
An old established firm of
New York Investment Bankers
who deal in only high-grade se-
curities are expanding theiir busi-
ness andare looking for several
young men.
These openings are opportuni-
ties--not jobs.
We only want those men who
have "Get-up and go" and the
ability to use the brains that
were given them..
In reply tell us in detail of
your college activities, something
of your class standing, and the
names of at least three references.

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RIGHT CLOT HES FOR EVERY MAN

YOU will find a variety of styles here
when you come.' Models in Suits,
for quiet tastes as well as for ultra-fash-
lonable men.
HART, SCHAFF'NER
are made in so many variations of -VAt-
terns; designs and measures that weare

IT'S part of our service to the commun-
ity to serve all of you men, whatever
your preference may be in style, color or
fabric.
& MARX CLOTH ES
able to perfectly fit and satisfy every man
who comes here for is clothing.

REULE, CONLIN, FIEGEL CO.

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Candy

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Address
SALESMANAGER
3rd Floor, 27 Pine Street
New York

THE BIG STOP

Home of the Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothes
RE S. W. COR. MAIN AND WASHINGTON STS.

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