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THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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SUTNDAY, JUNE ), 1921.

Number 175.1

iecement Day Tickets:
ecause of the large number of graduates and the limited seating ca-
of the Auditorium, each student graduating on June 30 is entitled
tmore than two tickets for the Commencement Day exercises for im-
.te relatives. Applications for these tickets must be made to the
;ary of the student's School or College between. June 13 and 23. Tick-
applied for will be reserved not longer than Tuesday,' June 28.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
*Secretary of the University.

Oh!Y fyGoodness,9
What A V eating

ings; struck out: by Dixon,
Jackson, 2; by McCann, 4.
10-4 TICTORY PUTS MAIZE
AND) BLUE IN TIE FOR

1; by !Vogel made a perfect catcha
drive. No runs, no hits.
Illinois-Dougherty up:
grounder, Ujteritz to Shackle
FIRSTE Curdy up':, Flied out to V
Vogel up: out' on grounde
to Shackleford. No runs, nc

nior Class Presidents
Will meet i+ Room
7 p. mn. to receive
ncexnent exercises.

of All Schools and Colleges
318 'New Engineering building on Monday, June 6,
instructions relative to Baccalaureate and Comn-
L.' M. GRAM.

ichigan
Uteritz,.2b .......
Van Boven, ss
Perrin, cf.......
Shackleford, lb,
Karpus, 3b .......
Klein, rf ..........
Genebach, if ......
Vick, c ...........
Dixon, P.....

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American Chemical Society, U. of X1. Section.
Mr. F. W. Sullivan, Jr., will address the University of Michigan Sec-
tion of the American Chemical Society on Tuesday, June 7, at 4:15 p. mn.
In Room 151 of the Chemistry building.
Subject: "Diphenyl-beta.-naphthyl-methyl".
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
Seniors In, Engineering:
Will have their next and last regular Assembly on Monday, June 6, at
11 o'clock in Room 348, Engineering building. Important business will
come before the class, and Professor Gomberg will address the Assembly.
H. H. HIGBIE, Class Mentor.
Seniors in Business Administration:
Mr. C. H. Twichell of the National Surety. Company will be in Room
102, Economics building, Monday, June 6, at '3 o'clock, to interview (stu-
dents who are interested in securing permanent employment with the Com-
pany. I. L. SHARFMAN.
Junior Researchi Club:
The annual banquet will be held at the Union Tuesday at 6:30 p. mn.
Professor Karpinsky will speak. R. 0. BRIGHAM, Secretary.
mfasques ;
The annual meeting of Masques for the election of officers will be held
Tuesday, June 7, at 3:30 p.- in. in Barbour Gymnasium. Reports will be
given of the very satisfactory outcome of -the annual play. All members
are expected to be present. J. RiALEIGH NELSON.

39 10

(Continued from Page One)
Seventh Inning
Michigan-McCann pitching for Illi-
nois. Klein. up: Walked. Genebach
up: Sacrifice, McCurdy to Hellstrom.
Klein on second. W ick up: Stewart
nmuffed his grounder, Klein taking
third. Dixon up: Knocked one to-
ward Hellstrom who touched it, but
it got through. his hands, Klein scor-
ing. Vick on second. Uteritz up:
Struck out. Van Boven up: Struck
out.. No :hits, one run.
Illinois-BuraW atted for Stew-
art. Fouled to Vi(It. McCann uip:
Grounded out,- to Shiackleford. Mee
up: Flied out to Perrin. 'No hits, no
runs.4

Adith 11110i)g
Mihigan-Klein up: G'ro'
Agee to McCurdy. Gene]
Walked. Vick up: Stru'c
bach stole second. Dixon
through Hellstrom, Genebac
Uteritz up. .Dixon goes t
Uteritz struick out. One ru3
Illinois -- Hellstrom u,
pitched balls, walked. Crc
Ball one, stIke one, ball t,
out. Johnson up: Flied of
rn. Stewart up: Qroundec
B~oven to Sr:: r s leford. lit
I ift.

on along (Continued from Page Three)
following; senior women: Every na-
t~ut on tion, Frances M'aiire; Destiny, Helen
Out on a owels; ambition, Margaret Colcordl;
ford. MIc- Beauty, Margaret O'Reilly; Youth,
an Boen.; arie Crozier; Truth, Naomii Neubeck;
3r jeizVanity, Anne' Lindemlulder; Whim,
o hts.grace Ohiniacher; Pleasure, Jean WGal-
-lc;Prophecy, Floral Cockrell; Poli-
unded ouit, ticians--Brziy, Mary Lacy; Blub, Kath-
bach uip: erine P rak~ken; Brag. H-elen Koch;
out. Gene- liow. Carrie Fa irchild; Spirit of Vis-
upl: Hit i on, Flora Cockroll ; Spirit of Dreams,
-h scoring.l Beulah Brown; Spirit of Suffering,
o }second. Mary Chandler; Spirit of Hope, Irene
n, oune hit. Rosenberg.

Illinois

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jDougherty, e...
McCurdy, l.......
Vogel, ef.........
Hellstroml, 2b......

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Johnson, lf.....,....1
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Barnes. p .........1
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ossley up:
lut to Per-'
A ourt, Van
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Eighith Injiig
Michigan-Perrin up:
Vogel. Shacklef ord up:
out, Mee to McCurdy.

are: :Slaves--Lois De Vries, Phi llis
lWiley, Al etha Yerkces, NI irnie Louise
Pratt; Coui'.tiers --NMarion Mutchler,
lMarion laudcley, Alice Beckhiarn, Mary
Ch~landler, Irene Peer-, Dorothy Mon-
fol-1, I ..uci lie .lhsoni, Marguerite
CIilark, Mary Kirkpatrick and Alice
Hialkson; court ladies -Mildred Law-
ton;'Einmii Jane Minor, Frances Ober-
holtzer, Grace Ohlmacher, Florence
Fox, Thelma Fry, Lucille Cobb, Mary
Lohrstorfer, Gladys Reineke, and Sar-
ahi Rabinow-itz.,

Fled 'out to
Grounded
Karpus up:

25i0 .hildren Guests of Dean ll.Jordilau
Dean Myra B. Jordan, claims tile un-
disputed honor of giving the one. par-
ty of the year whose attendance ex-
ceeds the number of invitations sent

1out.

Two hundred and fifty children

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Two base hits : Vanl

Boven, Mc-

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Curdy, Vick; three base hits: Klein,
Van Boven; home runs: Shackle-
ford, Dougherty; sacrifice hits: Per-
rin, Karpus, Genebach; hits off Jack-
son, 8 in 4 innings; off Barnes, 4 in
2 innings; "off McCann, 2 in 3 inn-
ings; off Dixon, 5 in 9 innings; hit by!I
pitcher: by Dixon (Vogle, Peden) ;
base on balls: off Dixon, 1; off Jack-
son, 1 in 4 innings; off Barnes, 1 in
2 innings; off McCann, 2 in 3 inn-

AHR'S

BOOKSTORE

WHA's GOING ON

SUNDAY
9 :30-Unilversity MWen's Biblec
meets, upper room, Lane hall.

lassf

5: 30-Outdoor meeting of Unitarianl
Young People's society.
6:00-Social half-hour at Methodist
church, followed by Wesleyan guild
meeting.
7:30--Address by Prof. L. B. Wolfen'-
son, of the University of Wiscon-
sin, before the Menorah society on
"Our Heritage", Lane hall.
TUESDAY
4 :30-M1eeting pf Republican club to
elect officers, room 304, Union.
7 :15-Hero club meets to. elect of-
ficers, room 306, ;Union.
.:30-Business meeting of Kalamazoo
Normal club, Lane' hall.
GARGOYLE STAFF
BEATEN BY DAILY
(Continued from Page. One),
of the game in a lamentable manner.
Two gurgle players do deserve men-j
tion, however, for Seagears and
Mchaels are each credited with a
home run.
Jokers Ragged
The playing of the jokers was too
ragged to attempt to print a.~play-by-
play score, but herewithr is an honest-
to-goodness boy score of the game:

runs-Vinkemulder, Bacon, Seagears,
Michaels. Sacrifice hits-,Kundstater,
Spitzer, Kaufman, Coates, Steketee.
Stolen bases-Weeks, Herrick, Wat-
zel. Left on bases-THE DAILY, 20;
gurgle, 2. Double plays-Watzel to
Coates to Woodruff. Struck out-By
Watzel, 8; by Weeks, 3. Bases on
balls-By Watzel, 1; by Weeks, 18.
I-it 'by pitched ball-By Watzel, 2; by
Weeks, 11. Winning pitcher-Watzel.
Losing pitcher--Weeks.
OHL WINS TENNIS
TITLE IN SINGLES
(,Iolant Ohl of Tioledo Scott high
schiool 1iis the first interscholastic sin-
gles tennis champion of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. He and his part-
ner, Edward° Staley, are also strong
contenders for the doubles title and
will be opposed by Francis Tait and
Ephraim Kaufman of Detroit Central
in the finals of the doubles tourney
which will be completed today in Ann
Arbor or Detroit. It was impossible
to play off this last match of the
tournament yesterday because of dark-
ness.
Ohl defeated Francis Tait of De-
troit Central 5-7, 6-4, 6-1, in the final
round of the singles in what was per-
haps the best match of the} entire
tourney. Play was fast despite the

fact that both men had played

all 1

morning and afternoon.
In the semi-finals, Ohl eliminated
P. Jerome of Detroit Eastern 9-7, 6-2.
W1OLVERINES FINISH SECOND
TO ILLINOIS IN BIG TEN MEET

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McPike, c......
Watzel, p.....
Woodruff, lb..
Coates, 2b. ....
Bacon, 3b ... .
Vnkemulder, ss-cf.
Kaufman, If .....
B. Campbell, cf...
Priehs, rf.. .
Hillery, cf......
Rice, cf-s....
Spitzer, rf.....
Kundstater, rf .

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Totals .......... 36 13 17 21 13 0

Gurgle.
Seagears, c-rf ...
Weeks, p......
Michaels, lb .....
Riford, 2b.......
Mudd, 3b........
Herrick, ss-c ..
Hubach, rf-ss ..
Frederick, cf.
Smith, if.......
Totals ..........

A.B. R.
4 2
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I (Continued from Page {one)
Michigan; second, Hamilton, Mis-
sour~; third, Sinchcomb, Ohio;
fourth, Sundt, Wisconsin; *fifth, Os-
born, Illinois. Distance-23 feet, 21/
inches.
tlalf-Mile-Won by Higgins, Iowa
State; second, Yates, Illinois; third,
Nash, Wisconsin; fourth, Webb, Iowa
State; fifth, Burkholder, Michigan.
Time-1:58 2/5.
220-yard dash-Won by Wilson,
Iowa; second, Hayes, Notre Dame;
third, Sitnmons,' Michigan; fourth,
Moorehead, Ohio; fifth, Hultkins, Min-
nesota. Time-22 seconds fiat.
Two-mile-Won by Wharton, Illi-
nois; second, Rathburn, Iowa State;
third, Furnas, Purdue; fourth, All-
man, Illinois; fifth, Doolittle, Butler
college. Time-9 :43 1/5 seconds.
220-yaid-Won by Knollin, Wiscon-
sin; second, Wallace, Illinois; third,
Anderson, Minnesota; fourth, Desch,
Notre Dame; fifth, Pittenger, Ohio
State. Time-24 3/5 seconds.. Ham-
mer throw-Won by Hill, Illinois;
second, Furnas, Illinois; third, Black-
wood, Northwestern; fourth, White,
Ohio State; fifth, Redman, Chicago.
Distance-129 feet. Relay-Won by
Michigan, Lewis, Burns, Wetzel and
Butler; second, Illinofs; third,. Iowa
State; fourth, Chicago; fifth, Notre
'Dm- _Time326 R 4/5.

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:aonn_ Riford,,ice. Prie~hs. Home

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