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TAK MICHIAN PRIM EDFOR
RIOUTSy INDIAN DIAMOND SQUAD
VARSITY 1UST WIN BOTH GAMES
et at Chicago TO HOLD UNDISPUTED
Goal of TEN TITLE
rts
I
With an unbroken string of seven
E IN 880 Conference 'victories safely tucked
WEST IN 440 away, the Wolverine baseball team re-
turned yesterday afternoon from its
eek there will jaunt to Chicago and Iowa. Only two
the track ath- days of practice remain before the.
Coach Farrell critical battles with Ohio and Illinois
men in conidi- this week-end.
dicago, June 3 If the Maize and Blue team can suc-
ceed in trouncing the Buckeyes again
,in Butler will on Friday, both Michigan and Illinois
the half mile, will enter the contest Saturday with
place in this clean slates. The Illini have played
0, where, it is 10 games already, however, while the.
leader will Wolverines have only participated in
tory. At pres- 7. The Urbana aggregation has but
no one in, the 2 games remaining on its schedule,
heading him both, of them with Michigan, so that
tran the best if the Wolverines want to win anoth-
Big Ten by er undisputed Big Ten title they will

Brain Track Team Plans Eastern Trip
Berkeley, Calif., May 23.-The tknde-
feated California track team will in-
vade the East in the near future, and,
if the word of Coach Christie is worth
anything it will have little trouble in
adding to its laurels in that part of
the country. About 10 men will make
up the team which will engag with
the best the East has to offer in dual I

meets besides entering the I. C. A. A.
A. A.
Try a Classified Ad for results.-Adv.
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The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
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you want, when you want
Want Ad in the Michigan Da
Patronize our Advertisers.
I WHERE DOWE E

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OF COURSE

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Conveniently located
Just one-half block south
Majestic Theatre.

08-10-12 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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s counted on to
well as 'the 440
the Wolverine
rough with a vie
e seems to bei
West capable of
race, as he ou
milers in the
from Sweet an.

THE

HOOVER

What
do,
your meals
cost you
in time?
It'
important,
for,

.d Donohoe at

IT BEA'TS=-AS IT SWEEPS-AS IT CLEANS

Wesbrook's Loss Costly
Naylor also ill come in for a great
al of attention, as he is the only
tn on the Michigan squad capable of
ling the great gap made by the in-
portune illness of Walter Wesbrook.
r this misfortune the Maize and
woe loses a certain place in the ole
ut, and probable 'points in the
ocd jump, although Lewis may be
le to make up in the latter con-
t.
Losch and Burns will be welcome
ditiops to Coach Farrell* as both
ye traveled fast enough to count in
sir respective events.' Simmons
11 have real opposition in the 100
220 yard dashes from Braley of
Inas nd Deering of Nebraska, both
whom placed in the dash at the
door Conference meet. ;
Relay Team Fast
Michigan's speedy relay team will
yve its last opportunity to run at
is meet. Butler, Lewis, Wetzel,
mmons, Burns and Wheeler are the
en from whom the quartet will be
eked. Whatever the order of selec-
n, the team is sure to be one of the
atest at the meet, and should be
le to nose out Illinois for a first.
igma Nu Takes"
Fraternity feet
Although the final scores have not
t been tabglated for the interfrater-
ty track nieet which took place at
rry field Monday and Tuesday aft-
noons, it appears that Sigma Nu is
e winner of the meet, with Delta Tau
elta a close second. Yesterday aft-
noon the final events were run off
d some good times made considering
e fact that most of the men have not
en doing any extensive training.
ollowing is the summary of yester-
y's events:
100.yard dash-Won by Martin, Del-
Tau 'Delta; second, Samuels, Phi
gTa Delta; third, Morgan, Trigon;
urth, Tynes, Theta Xi. Time, 10:3.
220 yard dash-Won by Martin, Del-
Tau Delta; second, Davis, Delta Tau
vta; *Iird, Samuels, Phi Sigma
Ata; fourth, Robertson, Delta Tau
ita. Time, 23:3. .
880 yard run-Won by Hattendorf,
ii Gamma Delta; second, Moreland,
eta Xi; third, Bacon; Sigma Nu;
urth, Morton, Phylon. Time, 2:52.
220 low hurdles-Won by Samuels,
Li2~igma Delta; second, Randall,
gma Nu; third, bessner, Phi Sigma
Ata; fourth, Morton, Phylon. Time,
Pole vault-Won by Lally, Sigma
i; second, Smith, Delta Sigma Phi;
ason, Theta\Xi, and Ely, Detla Tau,
d for third. Height, '10 . feet, 9
ches.
Javelin throw - Won by Nietsh,
gma Nu; second, Seymour, Sigma
pha Epsilon; third, Curran, Theta
; fourth, Smith, Theta Psi. Dist-
ce, 143 feet.
sterday 's Games
Natonal Leae
Brooklyn 6, Chicago 1,
New York 5, Pittsburgh 3.
Boston 7, St. Louis 3.
Philadelphia 3. Cincinnati 2.

have to emerge victorious both times,
since otherwise the Illini will have
lost but one contest.
The squad will probably be given a
light workout today inasmuch as the
longs- trip proved tiring to many of
the men and also because the intense
heat swould make a strenuous prac-
tice harmful rather than helpful.
Coach Fisher is anxious that all his
men be in the best of shape for the
games this Friday and Saturday,
since the slightest handicap in this re-
spect, might change a victory into a
defeat.
flichigan -Iowa
)'on d a-core

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MichiganE
Uteritz, 2nd......
Van Boven, ss.
Perrin, m........
Shackleford, 1st ...
Karpus, 3rd.
Klein, r ......
Genebach, 1.......
Vick, c..... ....
Liverance, p......

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DON'T MISS THIS BIG NIGHT,

40

Totals

The

Musical

Clubs

a

Chicago
Anderson,
Draper, 1

:., ....

Locke, c..:::::::
Michaelson, r...
Irish, ss......
Crary, 1st........
Shimek, 2nd ......
Hurlburt, 3rd.....
Becker, p........,
Dyke, p .........
Nye, p ..........
Voltman, p.......
*Wilhelm.........

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Of the Michigan Union-

In

4Variety,

Pro gram

to you
in
enjoyment
and in
health.
That's
whyt
you want
quick
food service.
The
Arcade
Cafeteria
and
Fingerle's
with their
self-service
plans
eliminate
every
semblance
of
wasted time.
And
you're
ahead
in other

Totals........30 2 3 2711 2

*Wilhelm batted for Crary in 9th.

Score by innings 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Michigan........001012402--10
Chicago .,........100000001- 2
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
tide.- Ada '
NOR THflWESTERN
UNIVE RS ITY
SCHOOL OF COMIMERCE
ANNOUNCEMENT
The registration in the Day Division
of the School of Commerce will be
limited to three hundred students, for
'the year 1921-1922.
This limitation is set in order to main-
tain a high 'standard of personal. and
individual instruction, and in order
to make possible a closer co-ordina-
tion between the work of' the School
of Commerce and the various indus-
trial, manufacturing, financial and
merchandising establishments of Chi-
cago and vicinity.
Applications for admission will be
considered in the order of their re-
ceipt. All applicants must have com-'
pleted two years of college work, in
t reputable institution.
Tor application blanks and bulletin.
tddyess
"THE RECORDER, SCHOOL OF
COMMERCE
Harris Hall, Northwestern University
EVANSTON, ILLINOIS

Tomorrow Night

Thursday,

May

26-

Hill

Auditorium

Music, Novelty Acts, Comedy Skits

Something Altogether

Different

ways,'
for there
is a
variety
and

'Moonshine" and "The Big Four"

Will Be Sure Leaders

wholesomene

r

tE uu t u n t ui u n t tu u n i t i 1 r u u i E u r t rr t

Sleep, AnypluaeB7ut
Eat at Rex's
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 A1ROR STREET'1

you can't
find
elsewhere

8 P. M.

''ickets 50c

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