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rev's men.
will direct
val "Doc"
:eiving for
are rated
Locke or
atcher's inl
roved bat-!
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it the bat-

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>best perform-
will be in ac-
Knode and Mc-
ne of the big
niois teams and
.g originally aj
a stellar gamne
.node is one of,
Michigan has
is in his. first

Shorty has given a highly satisfactory
account of himself in al of the games
up 'to date. Uteritz as shortstop is
far superior to Stewart, the Illini Per-
former. Stewart is the weakest man
on Lundgren's infield. Crossley has
Meen shifted from thc' outfield to third
b ase by the Indian mentor. Mike
Pater will play on the hot corner for
'Michigan. If Mike has his batting eye
with himt he shouNi outplay his rival.
Hlly to Startl in Outfield
In the outfield Michigan will uispe
Robhy, Kipke and Sliackleford, w\hile
the Illini outer gard'ners will probably
be Reichle, ogel,' and Peden. Roby's
presence in the lineup should miate-
rially strentgthen Michigan's offense.
Vogel is Illinois' big man with the,
stick and the Wolverine pitchers will
use all they have when" they pitch' to
him. He is also a finished fielder an>d
will be remembered for his spectacu-
lar one handed catch of Vick's long
drive in' the Illinois game on Ferry
field. The two outfielders appear about.
equal, while there is little t~o choose
between the two infieldls although Ut-
eritz's play should give the Wolver-
ines an edge. Behind the bat Vick
has shown up to advantage in previous
'contests.. The gamne should be ~a real
battle.
W1atchi for Mhe Pink Shieet!

B ASEB1?ALL
Mlay 2t-ChLicago at Ann Arbor.
May 29-;Wisconsin at .Ann Arbor.
June 3-Ohio State at Ann Arbor.
June 16-Alumni gamne at Ann Ar-
bor.
Jun~e 17-National Collegiate Athlet-
ic association meets at Chicago.,
Abroad
May 20--Illinois at Urbana, Ill,.
May 2 2-Iowa at Iowa City, lowa.
May 3 0-Notre Dame at South Bend,
Imd(.
TRACK
%t Home
MaI'y -26-27- Michian interscholastic
at Ann Arbor".
Abroad
May 20-Chicago at Chicago.
June 2-3 - WNestern Conference
championships at Iowa City, Iowa.,
June 17--National Collegite Athletic
assc itin rmeet at Chicago.
TEN ZS'
At# lolle
May 22-N\orthwvesteriy at Ann Ar- f
';or.

Abroad
May 20--Cornell at Ithaca.
May 25-26-27 - Conference dhamn
pionship at Chicago.
May 29.-Minnesota at Minneapolis.
May 30-Wisconsin at Madison.
June 3-Chicago at Chicago.
GOLiF
At Home
May 22-Illinois at Ann Arbor.
May 27-Northwestern at Ann Ar-
bor. Abroad
May 29-Chicago at. Chicago.
June 19--Western. Conference golf
Itournament at Chicago.
Watch for the Pink Sheet!
FIRST NATIONAL
I!/ RANK
3 Organized in 1863
3%Opfpaid on
Savings Deposits
Oldest National B~ank In Michigan _

A1 tier"icatnteaue
Detroit 2,Washington 3.
Boston-St. Louis, rain.
ANw York 12, Cleveland 4.
Chicago 7, Philadelphia 4.
New York-Pittsburg, rain.
St. Louis 10, Broolyn 6.
Cincinnati 9, Philadelphia 1.
Boston-Chicago, rain.
The smallest Dunn pen holds more
inkl than the largest self filler. 0. D.
Morrill, dealer, 17 lick~els Arcade.
Adv.
}We are he- e to give you th-je
bcs" value psiT! for yotrrr
money. We have only the
highest grades of Pocahcn-
tas, Kentucky, West Virg in-
ia and Anthracite Coals. Wre
also have Genuine Solway
and high grade West Vir-
ginia an;& Pennsylvania By-
Product Cokes. Quality,
Quanitfy and. Pricie guaran-
COAL CO., Inc.
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pearance of EverettI
ne <man in 1921.1
m1 out all year fronm
inj'ury sustained in
mnp. last fall. If he
e should speed up
Wimbles will play
sack for 'Michigan.

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yOULL like these ti,
piece summerS
Th~ey're carefully tailore
the finest light weight w~
ens inl the latest styrles.
Coats are skeleton or
lined, 'as preferred.
These come in the pop
Tw~eeds and Homespun
well as Worsteds, C
meres, and Serges' in a
riety of attractiv~e moc

Script plate and 100 cards,. . .#. ........$2.75.
Solid Old English plate and 190 cards...........$4.0
Shaded Old English plate azj~ 100 cards.........$5.00
100 Cards engraved from plate ....... ........ :.$15=

-BRIN4O YOUR PANAMA' AND STRAW
HATS IN VNOW TO BE CLE~AVED.
Prices for cleaning Panamas $1.25 up.
Prices for cleaning stiff
straws .5un
We do ol high class wovrk,
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 PACKARDJ STREET
Telephone 1792

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'ou are assured of the best possible service'
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$3 TO $5

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case.' Good open-
n, good opening for
ess A. N. Shotwell,
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didly built -mzodern
rooms and third
beautiful grounds.
nd garden, Almost
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is. Telephone own-
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k houise, 12 large
h, lot 132x150 feet;
d street cair li'nes.
hrubhery. -'Suitable;

.TISIN G jAT'. .
MIISC EIJAN O'US
APPARTMIENT-Will turn ver 'lease
to party who will pay $300.00 spotI
cash for the furnishings. Three bed
roams white enameled. Back and
front porch, cool northeast expos-
ure, two blocks from Campus. Heat
absolutely .satisfactory in winter.
Rent $75.00. Possession immediate-i
ly. 209 North State. 167-2I
MANUSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
ten by experienced typist. Biddle's
Book Store, 11 N'ickel's Arcade.

Mario Ohiamlee

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-Great values in Sport
1 the desired fabrics,!
'steds, and casenmeres.
, 36. Saturd1ay Special,
'alues for only $27.50. F.
X09 South Main. 168
-Ford touring\ in good
$95. Call 603 E. Cath-
168
LOST
.oho nNtua catory containing History,
d rhetoric notes.. Phone
Thurston. 439 South
168
of instruments between
d old Engineering. E.

RADIO FANS' - 'For sale, Western
Electric Amplifying Tubea, Socket
and Rheostat. Call Cobe, 1205-R.
168-2
-FOR RENT
FOR RENT-A number of clean, light'
and w ell ventilated rooms for sum-
mer ses.3on and also for next fall,
for boys. Call 1925-R. 1015 East
University. 165-2
FOR RENT-T~hree r6om furnished
apartmen~t, private bath, for sum-
mer months. Two blocks from
campus, Inquire, 409 P*- Jefferson
St. 168
FOR RENT-For one year-beautiful-
ly furnished apartment in new, very~
modern building near Campus. Re-
ferences required. Phone 383-:r. 168
FR rl.E'INT-Furnished 6 room house
for Summer Session, near campus.
508 Walnut St. Phone 1879-R. 160-21.
WAN.TF 1)
WANTED-Eight more stu.dents to fill,
imy quota of a hundred men to sell
brushes this suimmer. If you are
looking for a good proposition callI
between 3:30-7:30 any day this com-I

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TICKETS FOR

,AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC..'.
$1.00 - 4$1.50

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