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June 16, 1923 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1923-06-16

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VNEI; TAKE COU-NTY OF
STRONG WASINGTON NINE

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and Lewis, who began the inning, fliedl
out to Kipke.
In the eighth the old ball game
very nearly went up the flu, wxhen
the bases were loadedl and T3gger t
missed Lewis' fly after a dlesperate4
attempt.

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Felts, 21b.........
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IVISIT historic
(COR. CHICAGO AND MONROE PIKES)
Gwtelvay to Irish Hills
CHICKEN DINNERS . ETC.

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It was not until the ninth that one !-----
of the Wolverines' great ra<llies=1,ti --
the game on Athe shelf, Jac. : ;Aot, < C;I AN
first man up, delivcr d a sign DRHP
single to right centeor. Klein ahpt dnt ercz s.... 5 1.3 1 1 i
a $neat sacrifice, that sent Jack to Kiphe, cl...... . ..(61'1 4 0 0
second. Coach Fisher then sent Len-- Ashi, if.'...........5 20i
ny Van lBoven. to the plate and Lien Shackleford, lb ..5' 0 3 8 0 1
did the honors gracefully and with Haggerty, 21)....... 5 0 2 3 4 2
despatch. Ide deliveredl a beautiful?1 Paper, 31.......5 1. 0 1 1 0
whirig snge t cnte, ot cquiit lott, c.......5 2 2 7 1" 1
far enough to let Blott score, hu t Kle;I n, rf........... 4 0 1 1 00
mor~e than sufficient to win, as focl- Jvracp....... 3 1 1 0 1 0
lowing events proved. LTteritz lilted *V oven ...'.... 1 1 1, 0 0G
tip a long, high fly to Gardner and - I
Blott raced home with the tying run. 44, S 19 27 8 5
The next mhoment Kipke sent out' his '*fjatted for Liverance in the ninth.
fourth hit of the game, a long, low ' Washington . 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 2 0-7
drive to left that allowed Van Bov- Michiiganj......0 0 2 " 0 1 0t 0 2-
en, who hipd stolen second, to race :'Two hbase hits, Leaveri; home( run,
!some with the run that }brought a °Ash ; ijsescn alls,1o_:Liraned, 3;
;;011 earned victory,.tukot b ieac 4, by Set-
Michigan and Washington meet zer 6; passed bal,Blot hit by pitch1-
ztgan today at 4 o'clock on Ferr 0 Welt; stlen ba:s, Uteritz, Vanh
feld. 'dd(e Gibson, the little port Bovn; sariftl hit, Uteritz, Klein,
cider, will be Coach- Fishers choice Livrace ,to out when winning run
for mound duty while Coach "Tubby"wssord umpire Green.
Graves of Washington will order his,,
best twirler, Harper, to the slope inl Michigan banners, blan'kets, peni-I
the attempt to stemn the power of tlhe nhants and pillows at Wahr's Univer-
Wolverines. sity Bookstore.-Adv.

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LAST TIMES TODAY

ROBERT VVARWICK and ELAINE HAMIMERSTEIN in
-RGYLE CASE"'

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students on road buildingf
beloiw, women of faculty and
nts paiping, stainds.
rsity Labor Day at the Univer-
krizona, Tucson, was organized 1
Marvin with the idea of better
anding between students and
as well as between the stu-
iemselves, of realizing the trkiej
Ephysical labor, and the desire
the students render some real1
of a material nature to- their"
ater. The idea proQred a grewi
more than 500 students dioing
rt, rendering an iinprovement'
univrsity of approximately
alue. The day ,was spent in
up the athletic fields, clear-
. aying cement floors, buil(d-
k walls, laying out new roads
rovemients on same.
iigan's Favorite College Songs"
go home without a copy.
-Adv.
Give
[UJBB IIOUS#E.'
WILL BE
OPE~N
AS USUAL
THRUOUT THE
UMMER SCHOOL

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Aggles Celebrate
East Langing, June .15.-Commence-
ment exercises got under full swing
here today following recent cap
night ceremonies, during which the
y earlings burned their caps and sen-
iors tossed books into the flames ~
Summer School Law books. New
and second-hand at Wahr's.-Adv.

LAST TIM1ES TONIGHT

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knows what!
Dawn fouand' them prisoners on a
strange ship, bound for an un-
known, port, menaced by a terrible
hidden "thing.":
Here's a ;thriller!

STUDENTS' LUNCH
409 'EAST JEFFERSON ST.

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HOME COOKING

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Dealer: L. C. Smith and Com'ron yertr

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LAST CHANE-IN VESTIGATE
The (Guy W. Ellis Realty Co's
Employment Proposition
FREE TRAINING -~---PROSPECTS
EVERY ASSISTANCE~
Good Rem~uneration Investigate
Call Fri., Sat. Sin., Mori.. 7-8 P. M.
Upper Reading Room- Michigan Union

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A CENTURY COMEDY

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Suniday
Special
Brick
FRE SH
STRAWBERRY
Call your dealer
Saturday.
Take no chance of
disappointment.
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FOR RENT

LOST

\IT-Cool, -comfortable, single
ruble room in private family
mer School and Comm ence-
'hone 2179-J. 2-2
LENT-Six-room furnished
for Summer Months. $45 per
1140 Forest Ave., phone 2517-
2-2
TO RENT-For Commence-
nd Summer Session. 1233
1 St. Phone 2482-M.
Ip-2
rooms for CommneiiWent.
ni Campus and Ferry~ Field.
.able. 3127-J. -1p-2

Connor's1l: e Ceam 1is :a real ti.,so
~,~cot 4~tuedand linel'y flavored
tho yo do'ttire of it; s rich and
norihigthat it easily, takes the
place of hali the ordinary mneal.
Get, the habt o ,aying " Conno's";
the amestands ;f Er purity
ji htie creamIi
C. A. CONNOR,
ICE CREAM CO.

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.Breakfast and
es if desired.
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or men -for Suminer School
t year. Phone 1194-M. 422
NESS OPPORTUNITI
"eturns\ for summer work,
n in business 36 years. Op-
yfor permanent connec-
atop in or write Robert M.
y, 1112 First National Bank

LOST-Small black address book and
diary with sum of money between
leaves. Name in book, E.-L. Young.
Lost in Win. 1. Clements Library or
on street Wednesday, June 13th. Find-
er liberally rewarded. Telephonie Mrs.
F. C. Wheat. 741.° 2p-2
LOST-Kappa Beta Psi fraternity
pin. Name on back. 1-1.1B. Grundy.
Reward. ,Call 558, lp-2
FOR SALE
FO 1 SALE -Pedigreed male collie,
three years old, trained to obey.
World Champion 'Stock. Also,- fine
black horse, with new saddle and
bridle.. R. E. Vandeveer, Kelvin-
grove Kennels, Jackson Ave., Ann
Arbor, Michigan. 1p-2
FOR SALE-Buick Four ll oadster. A-
real buy. Cash or terms. Call
Rockwell, 960 or 3104. 1p-3
FOR SAJE-Six-roomi house, well-
located. Will sell on easy terms.
Call 3223-J. lc-3
HEMSTITCHI NGO
I EIMSTITj'CHING, pecot edge, silver
and gold thread work. White
Sewing Machaine Co., 205 E. Wash-
ington. Phone 919. 1p-2
TYPE WRITERS
Typewriters of standard mhakes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone '1718
1-tfn

LAST TIMES TODAY'

drama
Comedy
Love
Jiaseball
Thrills

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"FOGBOND
WITH MARTHA MANSFIELD AND A GREAT CAST
SUND)AY
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A.~~~~~~~~~~~' MER OANEO ON DA HTI URICANE
OF LAIIGIITEI M YLOEOlHIL

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A Clean, 'Tense 1Drania with -i Whirlwind Finisli
features
ROCKLIFFE F110 WE 8, FI TZI RI W WATY
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'0 RENT-For next year,
use or apartment. Call
write H. F. Fruth, 822
2'
,se good residence con-
campus. Call 661-W.
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pid III s h:IY _comle 'and gone, le~a aing noth ,Ii&g lIn yii¢
memnory to set tHem angr. 1here is a pmlagnifi#entZ, thrilling
Jraama of Life-alu mdc (.of the atHional Pastime-a chrona-
ile of romance and t1hrill, iwesenated

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a $ui)rbca";Of favte Fl0 anyers haddbyJICLJF
1 .1Yv) EN i 'TEYEN SO )N. You'll relinlt,er ..i reedu
Unai Versaljjew1el Producton, "Trifing ithii

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All seats 25c

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HONOR*

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