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The Wolverine, 1912-07-27

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THt WOLVOiRINE

FUSSERS DOWN THE SKIATOLES
THE WEATHER IN PRACTICE GA111IOL 12.5.
Out of Three Legal Innings of Base-
Fair tonight, warmer south- ball Genuine Article Shown in
east portion, Sunday probably One Round.
local showers.-_
Thursday afternoon ' the Lits de-
LYONS eOF LAST YEAR'S ALL. feated a patched-up team, composed
FRESH TRAEi WILL NOT RETURN chiefly of the Skatoles men, by a
- - score of 12 to 5. The Engineers, who
Word has been received here that were scheduled for another session
John Lyons, the fast half-back of last with the school teachers, preferred
year's All-Fresh team will not return the sights of Cadillaqua to the stren-
to the university next fall, as he has uous life on the cushions.
accepted a position in Pittsburgh, and The teams staggered through three
will remain out of school for a year. so-called innings of an insult to the
"I considered him the most consistent national pastime. The second inning
player on the All-Fresh team," said was baseball. H. L. Norris led off for
former Coach "Hi" Cole, who tutored the chemists with a free passage, and
the last freshman eleven. Liebert received the same kind of
treatment. Bruns followed with the
We sell Clothing for men and young only hit his men secured; but his
men. Allen's Good Clothes Store, teammates had been over-anxious in
Main Street tf. the meantime, both being caught offj
the bags. Crumm grounded to second
l hoe ale for the third one.
" S Th e Lits werealso retired runless
A T in their half. Morse popped to the in-
field to start it. Metcalf walked, but
E R F R 0 S T was nipped in trying to complete the
journey on Boston's grounder, and the
302 S. STATE latter was retired while attempting to
ad ance on the play.
The first inning is incapable of de-
scription in these columns. The facul-
ty threatened the expulsion of ath-
letic editor if the matter were more
than mentioned. Suffice it to say that
the chemists slipped across the rub-
ber four times without the aid of a
hit, four passes and an error helping
the cause along.
The lits, in their half staged a good
representationof the American athletes
at Stockholm in a close finish; only
seven men surviving the gruelling
event. Three hits were rung up by
a, the fussers, including a brace of
doubles.
Following this carnage, the second
inning, consisting of baseball, was
inserted for the sake of variety; after
which the Skatoles again asserted
their claim to the hitless-wonder rec-
ord by securing another tally without
You save money by getting your shoes the use of any sticking.
at Frost's Shoe Store all New ods The lits, somewhat rested from the
at Reduced Prices, exertions of the first inning, managed
Tennis Goods of All Styles 4 to secure five more runs by using their

three remaining hits to good advant-
age'
In justice to the Skatoles, it must
be repeated that their regular team
was not in the field; and that they
consented to play the practice game
merely to accommodate the lit team,
which had expected to maltreat the
engineers.
The score:

Lits.
AB R
3 1

Wheat, p

Morse, c. 3 1
Metcalf, 1 .... 2 0
Boston, 2 ..... 2 1
Lyons, 3 .... 2 2..
Restrick, s ... 2 2
Brodie, 1 ..... 1 1
Allward, m ... 2 2
Miller, r ..... 1 1
Fold, r ....... 1 1

H A O
1 1 0
0 2 4
0 1 2
0 1 0
1 0 2
1 0 1
2 0 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
H A~G- -

Totals ......19 12
Skatoles.
AB R 1
Libert, r .... 1 1
Bruns, s ...... . 1
Richardson, s . 0 0
Hagdorn, 2 ... 1 0
Crumm, 2 .... 1 0
Emmons, c .... 1 2
Kennedy, p ... 1 1
C. J. Morris... 1 0
Wood,l1 .. ....1 0
Oliver, 3 ..... 2 0
H C. Morris, 1 . 0 0
Totals ......10 5

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Tinker & Company
Furnishers and Hatters to University Men
342 South State Street
z STEAM ER
SERVICE
Detroit-Put-in-Bay
Sandusky-Cedar Point
Daylight Trips to Cleveland $1.25
Stenner 'Pit-li-Bay" tNew) Fur thxusnd piisenger
capacityLmes tdaninen ,lheL akesCxntiuousmsie,
Ocean steamer chairs, Private arlors, Commodious dining
ad luoms. Fai steel side-wheel steamer "Franksh
'A Kirby.Dubnletdaib y y rce nowxinoperationo t- o Ba
0rad CedarP oint-W ld-sfamous bathing be chehistor
cae nd mamoth htels. Speciltrips txCedarinxt fro
Detroit every Sunday duringJly and August. Daily to Cleve-
r land08:30 a m.. via Put-in-y, $1.25 each way. Steamer
"Put-in-Bay" leaves Detroit daily at 8:30 a. m. Steamer "Frank
E. Kirby"eavesi Detroit daily itk5p. m.y Round trip fare
to Put-in-Buy, 55 cents uson eekdays; Sundays75cnuts.
ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE n
O.S.Dustin, G. P. A., Detroit
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GRANGER'S Academy of Danci ng
SVM MER ASSEMBLIES blefin
FRDAY EVENING, JULY 12TH
IKE FISC HERS ORCHESTRA. 50 cents per couple.

Home run-Lyons; two base hits-
Allward, Mills; stolen base-Liebert;
struck out-by Kennedy, 2; Oliver, C.
J. Morrison; base on balls-Wheat 9,
Kennedy 2; left on bases-lits, 0;
Skatoles, 4. Umpires-McClure and
Church.
Wanted-To rent from Sept. 15 to
June 15, completely furnished
house or apartment not less then
five rooms suitable for housekeep-
ing. Apply by mail only. Arthur
Lane, Majestic theater. 14-17.
Thin Underwear and Hosiery for
men at Allen's Good Clothes Store.
Main Street. tf.
Have the BEST MUSIC ni your own
home. The VICTOR VICTROLA furn-
shes the best the country affords. The
University Music House, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Carries a complete
line of machines and records. 6-11
Classified Ads., subscriptions taken,
and copies of the Wolverine sold at
Cushings. 6-25.
Spend Saturday at Whitmore Lake
and dance the evening away at the
Lake House. 30 cents round trip from
Ann Arbor. tf.
Sitting beside sweet K. T.,
Holding her hands was K. C.,
Then he looked in her I's,
But by this time you're Y's-
U. C. K. C. loved K. T.-then they
lunchedtafter the dance at Tuttles',
338 5. State.
Straw Hats of the right kind at the
right prices. Allen's Good Clothes
Store. Main Street. tf.
Home Tea Room.
Miss East, proprietor of the Home
Tea Room, 109 East Washington,
wishes to announce to the summer
students and faculty that she is pre-
pared to cater to small parties, and
that she serves lunches and dinners
at regular hours. There is no better
service in the city. 109 E. Washing-
ton. Upstairs. 10-15.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capitsl ... ....................... .e$30 .00.0
srptusandUniiddPrfts.100,000.l0
Resources...... . ............ ....3,000,000.00
Transacts a Generel Banking Business
3 per cent interest paid on Savings Ieposits
Your Bnsiness solicited
Cas. . Biseock, ves. lichaelT. Fritz, C'sr
W. B. Harrissn, Vice Pres. Carl F. Brass,
Ass. Csh r Wm. Walz, AssCsh'r Savings Dep't.
Cousins & Hall
FLORISTS
Corner of So. University and Twelfth
Both Phones 115

THE CHARMS OF OU R SUMMER SEAS
Spend your vacation on the Great Lakes, the most
economical and enjoyable outing in America
No matter to what point you want to go, use D. & C. ine Steamers operating to
all important ports.
Daily service between Detroit and Buffalo, May 1st to November 1st. City of
Detroit Ill and Citv of'Cleveland 111, the argestiside wheel steamers in the wtrld,
on this division June 10th to September 10th. Dai'y service between Detroit
and Cleveland Aorill15th to December 1st. During July and August two boats
out of Detroit andCleveland every Saturday and Sunday night.
Four tarits .,vrlybeten Toledo, Detoitd MainaIsland and way ports.
Special Steamer Clev'aad to Mackinac Island, two trips weekly, June 15th to
September 10th stopping only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every
SeciailDay Trips between Detroit and Cleveland, During July and August
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednes-
daThursdayanod Fridnay oat of Clneveland.
RAILROAD TICKET AVAILABLCE-Tickets reading via any rail line
between Detroit and Buffalo anrdDetroit and Cleveland will be honored for
trnsnportation on D. & C. Line Steamerin es ither direction.
Sndod rcnttooamp for Illusrated Paiphle andGreat Lakes Map.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres. A. A. Schantz, Gen'l Mgr.
Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company
The Ann Arbor
Swim-Arbor
Pool
FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday fore-
noons for ladies only.
The Pool is Fed with Cool Spring Water
725 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 996-2 rings

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Whoop it up I Start the jubileel 45(
Touch off the bon-firel The team'soa
winner. like Fatima Cigarettes
e ithelhparkage of Fatimaou
20 for gea;ninntoon025 of thio ll
1 s cureahandsomefcll pegepen-
15 CentS n ,(1232-ecioo.f 100

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