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May 17, 1933 - Image 4

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TuTHE MICHIGAN DAAIILLYI

Basebail TeaitWill

W1V. A. A. To Give Horse Show At Fair Grounds Next Week

Leave

Fo~r Hoosier

Stronghold Today
Coach Ray Fisher's baseball squad
yesterday held its last practice be-!'
fore the three-game trip this week-
end with Indiana, Illinois and Pur-
due, leaving at 1 p. m. today.
In the practice, Coach Fisher em-
phasized preparation for the flock'
of southpaws that he expects to be
used against Michigan on the trip by
having the team workout against a
left-handed freshman. The team!
showed some fair batting but this is
not an indication of what it might
do against the strong left-handed
pitching of the Indiana and Purdue
aggregations. Wilsher will probably
be the starting, moundsman for the
Hoosiers in tomorrow's game.
14 Men to Go
14 men will complete the roster to
take the trip. Besides the regular
team, five pitchers and one utility
man will be included. The hurlers
are Wistert, Patchin, Menefee, Tillot-
son, and Melzer and the utility man
is Johnny Regeczi.
LEWIS THROWS SAVOLDI
Ed (Strangler) Lewis won a wrest-
ling match from Joe Savoldi of
Three Oaks, Mich., at New York
when Savoldi plungkedout of the
ring on a flying tackle and was
counted out.
CLASSES
NOW FORMING
STENOTYPY
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
CALCULATOR
DICTAPHONE
SECRETARIAL
TRAINING
Day and Evening Classes
Hamilton
Business College!
State & William Sts.
PHONE 7831
17th Year

Arrangements are well under way
for the annual horse show to be
given at the Fair Grounds under the
sponsorship of the Women's Athletic
Association. The show will be pre-
sented at 4 p. m. May 23.
Last year after considerable effort
and time had been expended on
preparations, it poured during the
entire show. A fine exhibition was
thus wasted, as the group of specta-
tors was limited to one inebriated
octogenarian.
Plan Long Program
This year even more elaborate
plans are being forwarded. The pro-
gram will be a long one, and will in-
clude form events for men and
women as well as various types of
races. W. A. A. in combining with
the members of the Undergraduate
Outing Club to give the demonstra-
tions.
The events are scheduled as fol-
FINAL CLEARANCE
Topcoats
We are closing out the
balance of our Fine Topcoats
at One Price
Polo Models, Full or 1/2 Belted
Values $19.50 to $30.00
Choice of the entire stock
at the One Low Price
"
WALK A FEW STEPS
AND SAVE DOLLARS
Tom Corbett
YOUNG MEN'S SHOP
116 East Liberty Street

lows: Parade, form riding for women,
form riding for men, form riding on
five-gait horses, form riding for
couples. Then there will be a demon-
station of special types of riding, ex-
hibitions of cow pony, army, polo
pony and show styles, to be given for
the men.
Musical chairs for women faculty
members follow, and then the same
event for women students. There will

be an egg and spoon race for women,
and the concluding event will be po-
tato races for women and men.
Captain Custis has consented to be
one of the judges, and the others will
be announced in the near future.
People intierested in signing up
should do so this week. An opportu-
nity for pracice will be given at 3:30
p. m., May 22 at the Fair Grounds.

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THE RUSSIAN TEA ROO
of The
2ICHIGAN LEAGUE
will be open for
AFTERNOON TEA
during THE MAY FESTIVAL and
THE DRAMATIC SEASON
Tclephone 2-3251 for Your Reservation

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SUNDAY NIGHT
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Below are shown Station-to-Station Rates for
calls from Ann Arbor to representative points.

Ann Arbor to:

Day
(4:30 AM.-
7:00 P.M.)

Evenhng
7:00 ,.M.-
8:30 P.M.

Night
8:30 P.M.
4:30 A.M.
$ .50
.30

Benton'Harbor. $ .95

Detroit.......
Grand Rapids .
Houghton ...
Hillsdale.....
Ironwood.
Ionia........
Kalamazoo
Monroe......
Petoskey.....
Pontiac ..
Rochester
Saginaw ......
S. S. Marie ....
Traverse City . .

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1.30
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1.55
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1.60
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1.00
.35
1.10
.35
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.30
.65
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The ultimate pronouncement of
fashion in informality for
Spring and Summer is depicted
in these newest creations. The
exquisite charm of delicate lace
pattern in hand-knitted effects
awards "le dernier cr" to both
styles - one with a knitted lacy
bertha in captivating cape ef-
fect, the other with shoulder
cape in lacy design equally al-
luring. The cape forms a short
sleeve effect, though both of
these are sleeveless.

.55
.30

1.00
.30
.35
.45
1.15

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.80
,; : .60

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(On calls costing 50c or more,

a Federal tax applies)

Linen Pumps
Nothing better to wear with knits
than linen pumps and this style
with eyelet design over vamp is
especially alluring - graceful of
line - charming in detail. White,
of course.
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