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June 07, 1931 - Image 6

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'THEMICHGAN AIL SUNAY, Urk

fn:ii aihG 1-etot5
Wasingon,-hiaelpia3
! . L,,- 8-Btr oklyn
the jreater par"t of the tme

W211l
thus

Zoology's diamond team captureil?
the Faculty baseball champioush1ip
Friday afernoon when they t (oun-
ed Engineer Research 14 to 9. The
result was caused by slugging
throughout the game by th eZoo it
crowd.
With Meyers and Veern Doer as
batteries the winners pounde6ad in
runs every inning except the rfourth
and se venthA, three each in the first,
thiz d an_?d sixth. Hickey and Ray-
mond helped material' in the mas-.
sacre by slamming out a circuit
smash apiece for the Zoos.
The Researchl team :cored two'
runs in teach oc the first, third,
fourth, ,indsixth1 innings with an-
ouhlC] in the se,.venth but they could
jnot ocetithe(,totail 1ncCessa'ry or a
vlctory. Caufield and Vim enf. wc,.,
hL c attris.This gives the tro-
iPUy ~ tne Zoology team...
iIo -rnJacobs. Califo nia girl, re-,
uced~cc_ 15 pounds this spri while
preparing for summer tennis tour-
naments.

far have ceryidctdthe-
SSelves as th3EC 1 nLĀ° ni'sC:dan-

best ybe consideredc as merely the Louie SchnIde 5 0{)0 l a~
memeocf the rou; p that has bee winner, has s'gd an entr~y lank~
out aheadl thus far. for th3...caposi 0'
Np YrkLoks( .dImie vent at the StateL airtrackI
Th CiagoCus wo o tlin Detroit June i". 115;ls tk asi
pennant two years ago' and werelt-i; onig
not eliminated until the f!inal gnc
of la st year, may dvlpit
possibiit~y. Their peiformn e this Trhe nev Universit gl cuv
year has been mediocre in thieaiain, has been accommaodatOing pw>r
but Hornsby has been hitting well, of 300 stud.ents and faclty mem
and they have. had to do withoutI mers daily for the grecater part of
Wilson, last year's home rki the spring.

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Wtk~hto thank all of our f riends
for their pa tronag-e during
thec past year and wish .Iithe;m
a very c;nj oyale vacation.
We will maintain the'
sain 1toadadsof styleand
~syequality, in ke ep i ng with
price dLes, in the future
th--at we have in the past and

to visit us-

reg--

qtr "Ir 07,

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