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were fast, and the game was excit-
ing throughout, as neither team could
run up a lead.
Escanaba Flint
Christie.....RF....Riegal. Shafer
Quinn. ....LF... .Williams, Weiss
Christianson ....C........urguson
Gleigh ........RG.........Dodds
Brotherton.....G...........Miller
Baskets-Furguson 3, Dodds, Mil-
ler, Weiss; Christie 4, Christianson 3.
Foul goals, Furguson 3-5, Christie

'6 Runners Given
"A MiA " Sweaters
As the result of winning points in
a dual Conference track meet, the fol-
lowing members of the Varsity track
team have been awarded AMA shirts:
Lashmet, Slaughter, Stipe, Penber-
thy, Earle, and Lukins. All of these
men scored in the meet with Chicago

i Escanaba-Flint

GAME

games, played Friday morning
1 o'clock in the afternoon, end-
play in the first round of the
n high schoolrbasketball tour
Two games proved to be fea-
ents, Pontiac winning from
15 to 14, and Escanaba lead-
Flint team into camp, 16 to 15.
Pontiac 15, Holland 14
tchpocket, of the Pontiac team,
ing, captain of Holland, stag-
oring duel in the first game,
rowing four field counters and
1. Dawson Baer ably seconded
ocket with three baskets.
Ifway mark Holland was one
the lead, with the score six to
'Irving's sensational long dis-
hots featured the second half,
chpocket and Baer scored nine
n this period; one more than
ng team could get.
assing of the two teams was
erratic, and the tendency on
of both was to play.individiual
ontiac improved in the second

z--in Waterman gymnasium and have
Northern Wins received their letters for the showing
Battle Creek was helpless before the made.
fast attack of the Detroit Northern -
team. The Food City five was strong SWIMMERS ENTERED IN A. A. U.
on offense, but was unable to stop MEET T DETROIT APRIL 10
the Detroit forwards, the rushes of
Allen being especially noticeable.
Detroit Northern Rattle Creek Six Varsity swimmers have been
...RF......Sturema entered by Coach Drulard in the 50
Alle ...... P . ..Btre maConoyyard free style swim of the Central A.
Allen. ...........Beeb, Cmneroy A. , championships to be held at the
meWood........... Rich, Summer ill
Preston, Mgnahan.RG...........Bauer/Detroit Athletic club next Saturday
Smith ........LG. .........Shermannight. The- Michigan entries are the
Smt........L.......hra
Baskets-Allen 4, Kirker 3, McWood pick of the sprint men on the squad
2, Monahan 2; Stureman, Bauer, Sum- and are composed of Robertson, Hyde,
merig. Foul goals, Kirker 3-3, Allen Dunlop, Valentine, Stuart, and Gil-
1-1; Sherman 3-5. more. With all six men doing the 40
(Continued on Page Six) and 100 in fast time the prospects of
:a Maize and Blue victory in the 50
POSTPONE MATCH BETWEEN yard event are excellent.
POSTONE ATCH BETEENIf the co-operation of the Athletic
TAYLOR AND NEW CHAMPION association can be secured the team
. will journey to Grand Rapids after
Members of the Union who had Spring vacation or early in May for
planned on seeing the exhibition bil- a dual meet with the crack Grand
Bard match between Percy Collins' Rapids Y. M. C. A.

that, baring an excess of unfavorable
conditions, the work would be com-
pleted by the middle of May.
BALL NINE LEAVES,
FOR SOUTH APR. 9
Michigan's baseball squad, under
the leadership of Coach Lundgren,
will leave next Friday afternoon at
5:30 o'clock on its southern trip. The
Wolverines will be gone until Sat-
urday, April 17, on this trip which
takes them through the . southeast,
where they meet the strongest nines
below the Mason and Dixon line. Al-
though the games' on this tour are
classified asjpractice games and have
little bearing upon Michigan's stand-
ing, Coach Lundgren expects his nine
to, show up well.
It would not be surprising if the
Wolverines dropped some of their
seven contests as the pitchers wili be
sent to the mound with instructions
not to strain their arms for-"the sake
of winning games. In previous train-
ing trips the teamshas managed to
come through with good records, but
never with a clean sweep. Georgia is
the team most feared, as they have
managed to break even in past series
and are always a hard proposition to
defeat.
SECRETARY HERE TO GET Y. M ..
C. A. SUMMER CAMP WORKERS
R. L. Flynn, boys' secretary of the
Y. M. C. A. for Detroit, will be in Lane'
hall next Tuesday afternoon to inter-
view the applicants for work in the
summer camps of the Y. ,M. C. A
'The positions offered are very desir-
able ones both from the financial
standpoint and the desire for out-of-
door work.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores.--Adv.

"BE A WILD MAN"

A "NEW SHAPE!

Pontiac
RF........McCallum
F.........Boardmai
'ink Dickie
. ..... Dawson Baer
Gr.... J. Watchpocket
G..............Bird?
ipocket. 4, Baer 3,
rving 4, Boyd. Foul
:et 1-7, Irving 1-5,
ps Sault Ste. Marie
avily, the q1igtet
t to Ann Arbor high
aller team fought all
victory came only
ting of two men,
d, who between them
vinning points. Weed
the meet by throw-
skets, and two fouls,

who has Just won the amateur cham-
'pionship of the country and Al. Thy-
lor, Union professional, which was
scheduled for tonight, will be disap-
pointed to learn that the match has
been postponed because of a death in
Collins' family. No new date has been
arrarged as yet.
In the closest game that has -been
played to date in the interfraternity
three cushion tournament, H. E.
Byrne, Sigma Chi, defeated R. F. Mc-
Fadden, Zeta Psi, 25 to 21 Tjursday
night at the Union billiard room.

Will Start Paving East Univ. Soon
Work on the construction of the
curbing on East University avenue
is now well under way, and accord-
ing to the city street commissioner:
the paving will be started in a short
time.
East University avenue is to be pav-
ed from South University avenue to
the intersection of Hill street with a
cement and asphalt pavement.
The statement from the commis-
sioner given today was to the effect

It's not .as large as it has
been; smaller hats happen
to be the style this spring.
Its brim, tOo, is much
smaller and tightly curl-'
ed. It's a hat you'll want
to wear.
Fine Cloth Hats-$5.00
Fine Felts-$5.00 to $9.00
MIS-f E

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FINE TAILORING

FINE Fu

"GEORGE DID IT"

Sault We. Marie
[F.......... Roach
rton
........ Henderson
... Kokko, Butter-
field
r.. .............Roe
....Newton, Daugh-
, tery
Gregory 4. Roach
6s, Weed 2-5; Hen-
2-5 .
is from Flint
g won for Esca-
to 15. The speedy
i four goals from
to this tio points
Christianson of the
three baskets.
Sof the defeated
t reason for the
Flint, he being re-
Dints, on three bas-
ils. Both teams

For Traveling, Anywhere An
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A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this ban
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, &
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identifica

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A casting for one of the
huge water-wheel driven
generators installedinthe
Mississippi River Power
7ompany's plant at Kee-
W~k. ,This installation will
ultimately consist of thirty
of these machines, giving
a' total capacity of 216,000
kilowatts {300, horse-
power). It is the largest
hydro-electric development
in the world. The General
Electric Company builds.
generator for water-wheel
drive in sizes ranging from
37% to 82,500 kilowatts and
the aggregate capacity of
G-E units now in successful
operation is in excess of
tour million horse-power.

Utilizing Nature's Power
E LECTRICAL energy generated by water
power has grown to be one of our greatest
natural resources - and we have only begun to
reach tits possibilities. It mines ang refines our
ores, turns the wheels of industry, drives our
street cars and lights our cities and towns. The
power obtained from Nature saves many million
tons of coal every year.
At first the field of its utilization was limited by the dis-
tance electricity could be transported. But soon research
and engineering skill pointed the way to larger and better
electrical apparatus necessary fcr high-voltage trans-.
mission. Then ingenious devices were invented to insure
protection against lightning, short-circuits, etc., which
cause damage and interrupt the service. And now all over
the country a network of wires begins to Appear, carry-
ing the magic power.
The General Electric Company, with its many years' ex-
perience, has played a great part in hydro-electric develop-,
ment. By successfully co-ordinating the inventive genius.
of the company and its engineering and manufacturing
abilities, it has accomplished some of the greatest achieve-
ments in the production and application cf electrical
energy.
The old mill wheel of yesterday ha gone. Today the
forces of immense volumes of water am; harnessed and
sent miles away to supply t. n # ds of industry and
busine s and the comforts cf the horme.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN HARRY B. HUTCHINS, LL.D ,

UNIVERSITY OF

~MICHIGAN

Cosmopolitan Student Community
Eight Schools and Colleges

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st girl is out of town,
feel sort of "unneces-
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p in here "just to look
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