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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-'s ha ters of INishigan "s
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YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Amnerican League
Washington,.3; Detroit, 2.
Philadelphia -Chicago-, postponed,
wet grounds.
New York, 5; St. Louis, 2; (10 in-j
nings.)

Bo ton, 1; Cleveland, 0.
National League
Chicago, 3; Philadelphia, 0.
St. Louis, 12; New York, 6.
Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 0.
Cincinnati-Boston, postponed.
Patronize our advertisers.--Adv.

Exhibit Work of Architects
An exhibit of all the work of the
year done by the various classes of
the architecturaf college, both in de-
sign and construction, is now being
shown in Alumni Memorial hall, un-
der the auspices of the Architectural
society.

The. hii st Is a splemted bc r
showig of the o ccks of Wilson
one of the boe known acie
the e,~rAseca osn
it wilso be shwn xtr. It
deal -with the hoing pt; ;,roblem
fore ;e govrerent t thepr(
time,

iall team have hait for bet-
.100 during the season just
roe of the me n, SKheOWe,
io1 :inan ~ipart;{iipated kin
es, Mraz with ani av- rage
s leading the regulars of the
ays behind Wik and Cooper
up tihe rear ii-h ._ l. The
of 9!51. No team In_. (te Con-
aid better work on, he e-
~the Wolverines.
and ),noide 'ire pract-cally
the honor3aof ?being the " Ost
.-ain in 'Lundgren's outfiit.
ner leads in batting, buit Liv
Points. Knodlte is ahead in
er of average ruins scored, al-
both have crossedt the ho -ne
times. Cooper got on Lase
by -one time than I-node, the
eaching first 35 times any'. the
v;hile Knode stole two more
ai did the left fielder. In tine
h ere valuably imen.
A.13,. 11,H.Ave.
z10 3 F 500
47 1:1I6 .40
3 0 1 .333
..,..6317K'19 A)i
.. 62 .17 "' j9.0
er.... ,....0 17 17 .283
38 4 9 .237
59 11 13 .220I
.. . .59 11 t 2 .04
n ....1 5 2_ 3 .200
18? 3 .166
13, 1 U .s000
I...... ....10 1 0i .000
ali8 2 09.0
5... .c37 116 ,133 _ "8I
dqing, tth , team intishe-"i±the
,K855; Cooper, 1. 0;Oh-
ar o.913 Grr-he.73
vuders, .0.
!lad perf'ct records, 'iObt.wn
~e gmesandi no" beinghat
an! won three afir bor
,he second hiago OWces.

G:. Inn.
Ruzeika.....10 63
Scheidler ........4 26
Saunders.....5 96
Glenn.......4 28

H. S.0.
25 40
15 7
17, 19
16 30

B.B.
31
0:
3
6

Totals....... ...153 71 96 40
Home runs- Knode 3, Ohlmacher.
Three base hits-Knode 2, Garrett 3,
Qhlmacher, Morrison, Cooper, Mraz.
Two base hits-Knode _6, Mraz 2, Mor-
rison 2, Cooper 2, Garrett 2, Ohlmach.-
er, Bowerman.
Leadfng 6Sluggers
AB. H.R. 3B 2B TotB. Av.
Knode.....62. 3 2 .6 37 .596
Morrison .. 47 0 1, 2 20 .426
Mraz...... 70 0 1 2 29 .414
Leading Ba se Stealers
Games S.B. Ave.
Knode ..........16 15 .93
Cooper.......... ...17 13 .76
Garrett.............17 7 .41

STRAW HATS
ALL TYLET:.;

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StoutMe
Tall, Medium, or Short
We've developed a very efficient
clothes service f or men of stout
proportions, in co-operation withr
The House of KuppenheimerA

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Leading Run Getters
Ganmes Runis
.. . . . . 16 17
,.17 17

Knode
Cooper.

Ave.
1.06
1.00

Ohimacher..... ...17

17 1.00

Catching Records
Bases stolen:
Off denebach-
M. A.C. ....... ... ,.... ,...2
Chicago ....... ........1
Total................... 3
Off Morrison
Iowa ..................:... 0
Western Reserve.............I1
Case .....,........... ..... 0
Chicago.................3
Indiana ... ...........2
Kalamazoo......... .......2
Notre Dame ...,...... ....... 2
Illinois...........0
Total.,,........ ............10
1Xlecigan Stolen Bases
Off Iowa 0, Western Reserve 9, M.
A. C. 12, Case 3, Chicago 5, Indiana 9,j
Illinois 4, Ohio State 4, Kalamazoo 7,
Notre Dame 9. Total 62.
In offensive work for the' season
Cooper and Knode seem to lead, and
their -records are similar. Cooper
leads in batting, Knode leads in
slugging by a wide margin. Knode
leads by a slight margin in run get-
ting,' though both tallied 17 times.
Knode got to first 34 times by way of
18 hits, 8 walks, 4 errors, and 3 pitch-
ed balls bounced off his anatomy.
Cooper reached the initial sack 35
times because of 19 hits, 10 walks, 4
errors, and was hit by a pitched ball
once. Knode stole two more bases
than the left. fielder.

If you're a heavy six-footer, or
built close to the ground and substantial,
or an in-between sort of medium stout,
we have suits to fit you and fit right.
No reason at all why you should pay
fancy prices t o tailor, especially i n these
times, when you can get the quality of fabric,
superior tailoring, and smart style Kuppen-
heimer Clothes afford at the reasonable prices
of $25, $30, $35, $40 and up to $50.
No F. ALLEN CO.

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The House of Kuppemheimez

S TRA W HATS
ALL STYLES

a° a greater distance than any of the
4M athletes who are entered.
C H IN IRACK TEAMholz, the Missouri star, wl'o is
PIdoped t have things his own way
t SI s MEE the 100' yard and 220 yard dash-
__ es, should receive some stiff competi.-
IJEAIEt'.'l FAXl;il OR : , _tion in Carroll of Illinois, Maleckar,
a Badger runner, and Collier, from
ENCE V _ 1S the Hoosier state, in both sprints.
ChIAGOwhile Cook, Michigan's only entry,
- should push him in the 220 yard run.
Ichgans tackseaon illi ~ach440 4 Will Bie Good Race
liiax tomorrow., when theW _lTwo of the closest races of the day
in te 1th d~dwill be the half and quarter miles.
ies cinptIn each' is entered a galaxity of star
and track meet of ,.runners who have been doing about
Cofrneforth track.u ;-the same work throughout the sea-
shtip I(th(Wst son, and the winner of either-event
allof oac Farel's thlteswill have to do better than he has

Gifts for the Graduate

Nothing could more surely make a girl graduate supremely happy. than any one of the
gifts in jewelry ,much as a beautiful LaValliere, a dainty brooch or pin, a bracelet, a rt
diamond ring or any article of her favorite pattern i n toilet waxe.

deihtu
w's~atch, a

g, the Maze and Ble sua
g in their tr.e formlof late, t...
reut wl eI ob ni
event has taken lam
Xlsfz! 4tri Stronkg nCoia : -tor
altos ceral, oo h e
sport critics in the West11pck_.
titcr, wh ile , coa,.h Fa" it
is that 11linoS, due to tq
itl Inthe 'weight ad!dash,
laul hnr fteme ~wn
been totedtogive teWic-
in the broad ;'.._n av~iing ii d

The boy graduate, taking a new step forward, faces the big world of real lilt 0x~ im 1t'e
right start; plant the seed of punctuality by presenting him with a dependable watch. f-) e imanyI
of the masculine articles of toilet ware, military bru shes or a shaving set. Other ve y.a:ptable gift
are cuff links, necktie holders, scarf pins, studs, leather goods, belt buckles, Etc.

done so far. In the 440 yard, dash,
Speer and Fenerstein, Maroons; Pit-
tam, Missouri and Collier of Indiana
will be the opponents which Messner
will have to face when he lines up
at the start. All these athletes have
bettered the Maize and Blue run-
ners' time, but because of his vic-
tory over Speer at Chicago and be-
-cause of the improvement in his
work, he should finish among the
first three men.
The men who leave this afternoon
to take part in the meet are Manager
Clark, Captain Donnelly, Lindstrom,
Gloodsell, Sedgwick, Cook, Knapp,
I 'elknap, and Trainer Muirhead.
Beardsley will meet the squad at
I.hicago as he is at the R. 0. T. C.,
camp- at Fort Sheridan.
Oldfleld's Old Racer Sold at Auction
Cleveland, June 6. - Barney Old-
field's first speed car, a two cylinder,
'was sold in the police auction. for $18.
The dilapidated racer was built in!
1 901. The purchaser said he wanted

Gifts for the Bride.

Instinctively
the wedding gift.
new home.

one turns to the silverware department, when looking for that all i;-A,. . .
There is a natural desire to select something that the bride will 'eroun e

Sterling silver for the table, artistic and beautiful patterns in fiat ware and fnssxrplat-
each has a specific appeal which is almost irresistible.
Our stock includes such gifts as a complete chest of silver, percolaters, tea sets, tc. fhe}re
countless happy suggestions amonf the individual pieces of silver or cut glass. WeUCav ha
perience in meeting graduation and wedding gift ne eds, and shall esteem it a great
the benefit of our service. You will find a welcome when you wish to purchase or to insr
of very appropriate gifts.
18 and 22 Karat Gold Wedding Rlings in English and green finish and parn

~I.I1*~ww~ithe car as a relic.
;etbleprcesforthir ld 'i tus< Robert Dieterle, Knight Murriel ees,
lngI the ine f <ovr-Bill" Keller, the Midnight Sons'
Lshoeso7 - e inse n iut&uartette and others appear at the
~i h wi tae of yur ..I Iigh School tonight. Admission ten
o.They azre no goodto you. ents., Other attractions.-Adv.
D use tbo o uC. iiwill get you
'y'sworh N qubbln I~:y U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
P.Thiaboueale ilbe3 the place. 113 5. Main St.-Adv.
Cail NMr. Claude'c,'Brown: at 210 Our Merchant Advertisers represent
e r Ae. cPh or. a2'. .'le pro ivy business enof.Ann

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