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June 25, 1912 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1912-06-25

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Victors

"I kind o' lik
Ann
College Oper

VARIED GAME CAPTURED'BY
QUAKER NINE.
(Continued from page 1.)
d Street east of the second sack for a nap and
the aforesaid hidden ball trick was
perpetrated on him. All this time Cor-
bin was holding the Quakers safe and
when the Wolverines came to bat in
the last of the fourth one run looked
ee large. And Lavans, first up, produced
11 the run by leaning against one of
Thompson's shoots for a home run that
gave the crowd cause for rejoicing,
and noise.
Both Teams Score in Sixth.
The visitors came to the front for
the first time in the sixth round when
a pass, a single, two sacrifices, and
(e some loose fielding netted them two
tallies. The home hopes did as well in
i arbor" theirhalf however and kept ahead.
They fell on Thompson for four hits
which counted two runs and left Mich-
igan a count to the good.
SJ With both pitchers beginning to wob-
ble and both teams showing the effects
of the tight struggle the Pennsylvania
reserves were called upon. The Qua-
kersebrought seventeenpmen and all
Vbut four of them found their way into
the fray. The veteran Imlay was sub-
stituted for Thompson and the Quaker
offense and defense patched in many
places. The Wolverine leaders stood
pat however and the team soared.
ge songs Visitors Run Wild.
its. We The orgy began in the seventh when
ent. Of a copious mixture of hits, passes, and
mistakes brought four counts to the
Penn standard. The eighth was worse
and the Quakers would have been scor-
ing yet had not Baribeau been called'
ne 749 blue upon as interpreter of the parade.
try day inMichigan made a stand in the sev-
enth when a pass, Bell's hit and an er-
ror on Mitchell's bounder filled the
sacks with none down. Munson put
tislying up a tussle and sent a home run drive

down the right field line only to have
it go foul by inches. After that he
fanned and the fight seemed to fade out
of the home team. The near grads went
home, the old grads stuck but devoted
their time to reunions and the slapping
of backs. The only incident after that
was when Baribeau poled a home run
with one on, only to be called out for
failure to touch third.
The score:

Michigan.
AB
Duncanson 2b......3
Bell if ...........5
Mitchell f ........5
Munson rf... . 2
Lavans es. . 5
Rogers c.....5
Blackmore 3b. 3
Pontius lb . 3
Corbin p .... .....3
Baribeau p.....

R H 0 A E
0 1 2 1 0
0 2 3 0 0
1 2 3 0 6
0 0 1 0 0
1 2 1
00 0
4 12 27 14 5

A job lot of new ti
be closed out at these

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$18.00 Trunks, Wholesale Price $12.25,
$15.00 Trunks, Wholesale Price $ 9.30,
$12.00 Trunks, Wholesale Price $ 7.75,
$10.00 Trunks, Wholesale Price $ 6.50,
8.00 Trunks, Wholesale Price $ 5.65,
$ 6.50 Trunks, Wholesale Price $ 4.60,

for

hive

Totals.........35
Penn.
Coleman if........4
Smith rf..........4
Thayer cf.........4
Minds 2b..........4
Donovan ss ........4
Gordon c..........4
Coryell 3b... .. 4
McNabb lb ........2
Armstrong*s........1
Pedin 1b..........1
Thompson p1.......
Imlayp...... . 1

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These trunks are of

the best material.

from a factory who wanted to close them out
Hence Low Prices.

ar the colle
t college hi
entertainm
it for sale.

Totals......... 34 11 14 27 13 4

BeIl416;

By innings ....1 2 34
Penn ........0 0 0
Michigan ......0 0 01

F. W.W LKINSON,
GRANGER'S Acadeti
- ~ ~ s m ljk S 3 mCI
Classes begin Tuesday, July 9th. Assemblie
evening, beginning July 2nd. For particulars

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Summaries: Stolen bases-Mitchell,

Co.

ifacturers of
Basket Ball,
Wimming Suits
on Special Gymnasium and Basket
turers of
RATED
)m Suits
Suits, Swimming Suits, Bathing
and Bloomers, Etc.
easurements

Sr
GYMBLOOM
GYMNASIUM SUIT

Lavans; sacrifice ;hits -Coleman,
Minds, Gordon, Pedin, Munson; two
base hits-Coryell, Baribeau; three
base hits-Rogers, Thayer, Donovan;
home run-Lavans; struck out-by
Thompson 2, by Imlay 4, by Corbin 1,
by Baribeau 1; double play-Minds to
Donovan to McNabb; hits-off Thomp-
son 8 in 6 innings, off Imlay 3 in 3
innings, off Corbin 12 in 7 2-3 innings,
off Baribeau 1 in 1 1-3 innings. Um-
pire-Schuyler. Time of game-2:45.

Ann

AL VMNI Y
If your shoes get out
of commission lot
JOHN 2. LAMBERLT
fix them
613 B. WILLIAMS ST.

FRED C. WEINBERG

OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNS
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday
noons for ladies only.

explanation to great value of Physical Training.
loom Gymnasium Suits, Basket Ball, Bathing
Gymnasium Suits during this last school year and
coming year as early as possible that there may be
ges expect to get their orders to us in August and
.L MEASUREBIENTS
r Summer Schools and are receiving orders for
[he best on the market for the price. Get in line
.all.
llege, Lansing, Michigan; Hope College, Holland, Michigan;
ation & Expression, Chicago Ills. ; State Normal College,
Michigan; I h School, Negaunee, Michigan; High School,
School for Girls, Hyde Park, Massachusetts; State Univer-
:xico; State Normal School, Spearfish, South Dakota; Girls'
Marquette, Michigan; Montmorency County Normal,
a College, Alma, Michigan; Nebraska State Normal School,
-tisel" Please send to the address below,\one
:Q. GYMBLOOM
ing, Mich. as per these measurements:
Measurements
(in inches)
BUST-Entirely around body, ove
fullest part c£ bust and well up o
shoulder blades in back (A)-.............
NE~CK-BAND-Length of neck-band
that fits you right (B)................
WAIST-Around body at smallest
par tof waist (C).....................
HIPS-Entirely around body at hips,
about six inches below waist line
(D ) ...........
SLEEVE-Length of inside seam of
sleeve to elbow, arm hanging at
side (E)ofbomr
BLOWMERS-Length of bloomers
from waist to bend of knee (F)..........
BACK-From bottom of neck-band
down back to waist-line (G)............
SHOULDER-Distance from neck to
shoulder seam (H)......
Give actual measurements, wem e all
allowances.

OHLI NGER
PRINTING

Deliveries
Made
When
Promised
109
E. Washington
s.l 432"J

The Pool is Fed with Cool S:
725 S. F1lEh Ave.

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Greetings to the Old Grads

FROM

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The Kempf Music Studios
Pla'O Pipe Orda n
Voga Cult rs
$18 S. Division St. Phone 1076 J

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Polhemus Transfer Line
Stark & Richie Props.
Taxica -nd Automobile Service. Busses,
Hacks and Baggage
Canoes Delivered
207 N. Mats St. Phones I
Cousins & Hall
FLORISTS
Corner of So. University and Twefth
Both Phones 115
Do you want a position ? D you want a better pilol
We may have Just the place you are looking for. Let
us know your wants ; Then let us have your application.
The Gibb Teachers' Agency,
175 Westminster Ave,
Detroit, MICH.

"THE 511

Formerly

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Date..............191.....
Name...... ..........................
Address ...................................

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119 S. Main
Would be pleased to have you dropI
BOYS-When shoemakers tell you that 611 E.
RUBBER-SOLED OXFORDS cannot he RE-
SOLED take them to the MODERN SHOE RE.
PAIR SHOP & RAPID SHOE REPAIR SHOP>, We

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DO NOT FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING
BLANKS:
Order No...... Date Promised............

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