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OT READY Buy
Thrit
UMMER Stamps
=red that light weight
ner suit made by Mal-
of style, comfort, and
sible for the reason that
ide to your individual
there because the mat-
abric, and economy, be-
osts little in the begin-
ored by Malcolm will
well-We are showing
[flannel trousers.
.LCOLM
MALCOLM BLOCK

IWHAT'S GOING ON
TODAY
12:00 o'clock-Dean Lloyd speaks to
University men in Lane hall on
"Democracy and Duty."
2:45 o'clock-Mr. E. H. Barnes, of
the architectural faculty, speaks in
Memorial hall on the Birge Harrison
collection. .
4:00 o'clock-Mr. L. A. Makielski, of
the architectural faculty, speaks in
Memorial hall on the Birge Harrison
collection.
6:30 o'clock-Professor W. D. Hen-
derson will speak to the Wesleyan
Guild of the Methodist church.
6:45 o'clock-Jewish Students' con-
gregation meets in Newberry hall.
8:00 o'clock-Menorah elects officers
in Newberry hall.
TOMORROW
4:15 o'clock-Michigan-Illinois base-
ball game at Ferry field.
8-o'clock-Helen Frazer speaks on
"Women and the War" in Natural Sci-
ence auditorium.
8 o'clock-Pathfinder club meets at
444 South State street.
8 o'clock-Cercle Francais meets in
Cercle Francais rooms.
U-NOTICES
Members of the Varsity band will
meet at 7 o'clock tonight in Hill au-
ditorium. Roll call will be taken.
Choral union ushers will meet at 6
o'clock this evening at Hill auditorium
for the Larned lecture.

MICHIGAN DEFEATS IOWA
IN CLOSE DIAMOND FIGHT
(Continued from Page One)
icka, who caught Hamilton by his
throw to third. Kremer then hit into
what looked like an easy double play,
but Mraz after fielding the ball and
beating Olson to third, made a . wild
heave to Adams. Frank the next man
struck out.
Adams did particularly good work
around first all during the game, going
to the left, to the right, down in the
ground, and up in the air after a mis-
cellaneous - bunch of pegs in . major
league style.
The score:

SENIOR GIRLS DE
JUNIORS IN B

ALL

MICHIGAN
Player A.B. R.
Knode ss.........2 0
Cooper, if-......3 0
Ohlmacher, rf ....4 0
Mraz, 3b .........4 1
Genebach, cf ... .3 0
Morrison, c ......3 0,
Garrett, 2b ......3 0
Adams, 1b.......3 0
Ruzicka, p ......2 1

H. P.O.
0 0
1 2
1 0
1 4
1 0
1 12
0 1
0 6
0 2

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In a one-sided baseball game the
junior girls defeated the seniors yes-
terday morning by a score of 24 to 6.1
The seniors put up a strong defense,4
but the delivery of I. Neuman proved
to be too accurate. The batteries were
as follows: juniors - Irma Neuman
and L. Guss, and seniors-Hilda Smith
and Vera Brown.
On Thursday afternoon the fresh-
men girls won a closely contested
baseball game from the sophomores.,
The score was 4 to 3.
Two sorority games will be played
tomorrow afternoon. The Kappa Al-
pha Thetas are scheduled to play the
Chi Omegas at 4 o'clock, while the
Kappa Gammas will be pitted against
Collegiate Sorosis at 5 o'clock.
Young People to Visit Detroit
The Young People's society of the
Unitarian church will go to Detroit
next Sunday as the guests of the Uni-
tarian Young People's society of De-
troit. All are requested to take the
3:10 o'clock interurban car.
Our Merchant advertisers represent
the progressive business men of Ann
Arbor.-Adv.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
GOODHEW FLORAL C0
Flowers Baskets
Plants Corsages
Ferns Decorations

ARGAD
SHOWS AT 3:oo, 6:30, 8:oo,
15c Unless Otherwise Spec
Mon--o-May Allison in "Social
crites" and Drew Comedy,
Logic."
Tues-2i-Eva Tauguay in "The
Grl" and Pathe Neas.
Wedi--2-Mae M'urray in "Face V
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon, "Jai
and Screen Telegr-am.
,'hur-Fri3-24 Norma Talmadge
Right of Pirchase;" "The S[
the RZed Cross" and Christie
edy, "In the Dark." 20c.
SWuerthTheatI
4 Afternoon-2 :30 and 4 :00
Evening-7:00, 8:0ooand io
Phone-16o-j
BOOKINGS FOR MAY
Sun-Mon-i9-2o - Julian Eltin
"The Widow's Might." Also
Democracy, "The Slave Auctic
. ues-Wed-21-22-Louise Glau
"An Alien Enemy." Also
S Eye," N o. ii.
Thurs-Fri-23-24-Vivian Martir
Petticoat Pilot." Also K
Sat-2-MNary Miles Minter
Bit of Jade." Also News anc
cdy.
Sun-Mon-26-27-lsie I Fergus
"Rose of the World." Also
-D1emocracy, "Uinder the Stars.

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2 5 27 6 31

IOWA
*Boltman batted for Frank in ninth.
Player A.B. R. H. P.O. A.
Layton, 3b .. .... 3 0 0 0 1
Ehred, ss.......4 0 1 1 0
Brown, if .......4 0 1 0 0
Hamilton, p......3 0 0 1 8
Olsen, lb.......3 0 0 8 0
Parrot, rf ........4 0 0 0 0
Kremer, 2b ......4 0 0 3 3
Frank, c........2 0 0 9 2
Belding,cf ......3 0 0 2 0
Boltman* ........1 0 0 0 0

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OrpheumTh
Afternoon-2:3o and
Evening-7:oo, 8:oo and
Phone-16o-J
BOOKINGS FOR M
Su- Mon-I 9-o-Margery
"The Law of the Great N~
Also News and Comedy.
TUGS-2I--W. S. Hart in
row 'trail." Also "Eagle
II. (Ret.)
Wed-22-Marguerite Clark
Diary." Also "Eagle Eye
(Ret.)
Thurs.Fri-23-24-J. Barney
"Who Killed Walton." Ah
Sat-z$-"Dolly Does Her
News and Comedy.
sunon.-26-27-Marcry 4
"The Finger Print." Also
Comedy.

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GERMANS BADLY BEATEN
IN RAID ON .AMERICANS

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Majestic-William S. Hart
"The Dawn Maker."

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(Continued From Page One)
sumption of the German drive in
France officials here feel that all that
could be done to bring American aid
to the Allied armies has been done.
They await the outcome with the same
supreme confidence that Germany's
offensive power will be repulsed as do
the French and British leaders.
American troops are shoulder to
shoulder with the French and British
in Picardy while in Flanders Ameri-
can units are training close behind
the battle line, ready to go in imme-
dl'ately, if necessary. In both places
the number of Americans is being in-
creased at a rate not hoped for, only
a few months ago, and in the two
American sectors farther south, the
lines are being strengthened and ex-
tended daily.

Wuerth-"The Widow's Might,"
played by Julian Eltinge. Also
"Son of Democracy, the Slave
Auction."
Orpheum-Margery Wilson in
"The Law of the Great North-
west." Also a comedy.

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roposition to students
ligan. Congenial em-
senting best selling
country. Liberal com-
nuses. Good territory
irst applications will

Rabbi M. Freund Speaks Tonight
"May 19, and Its Importance in
World History" is the subject of the
lecture to be given by Rabbi Marcus
J. Freund of Grand Rapids at 7 o'clock
at Newberry Hall.
MR. BROWlN
Offers men and women high-
est marketable prices for * their
old clothes. Anything in the
of suits, overcoats, or shoes he will
take off your hands. Sell your old
clothes. They are no good to you.
I can use them. You will get your
money's worth. No quibbling to buy
them cheap. Their absolute value will
be paid. Men's and women's apparel
both. Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210
Hoover Ave. Phone 2601. He will
gladly call at your residence.-Adv.
Rugs cleaned and washed. Satlafa o
tion guaranteed. Koch and Henne-
2402.-Adv.

Miss Bonstelle will begin her ninth
annual summer season at the Gar-
rick, Monday, offering for the first
week, the Arthur Housam romantic
comedy, "Gypsy Trail."
Miss Bonstelle's new leading man is
Robert Frazer and among familiar
faces in his company ae Robert
Adams, William Pringle, Marie Cur-
tis, Willamene Wilkes, Adams Rice,
and Arthur Allen.
"Gypsy Trail" tells the story of a
young girl engaged to a prosaic and
wealthy man, who dreams of true love
in the spirit of Lochinvar. The young
girl refused to set the date of her
marriage, and her suitor decides to
abduct her. Complying with the social;
code he sends for his aunt to act as
chaperone. In the meantime, the girl
meets a goy, young man who has just
arrived from the West on a bicycle.
It is a case of love at first sight.
While the wealthy suitor is waiting
for the girl, the Westerner slips away
with her in his rival's machine.
TYPEWRITERS FOR RiNT-Wood-
ward 8 Washington. 8-9 A. A. av-
ings Bank Bldg. Phone 866.-Adv.
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-
day evenings at the Packard.--Adv.

Two base hits, Genebach; three base
hits, Morrison; Sacrifice hits, Knode,
2; Morrison; Parrot; left on bases,
Michigaun, 6; Iowa, 8; base on balls,
off Ruzicka, 3; off Hamilton, 4; hit by
pitcher, by Ruzicka (Frank); struck
uot, by. Ruzicka, 12; by Hamilton, 7;
wild pitch, Hamilton; winning pitcher,
Ruzicka; losing pitcher, Hamilton.
NOTIRE DAME IS EASY MARK
FOR MICHIGAN TRACKSTIERS
(Continued from Page One)
IDame's best sprinter, Mulligan, for
second place. Messner showed that
was improving in the quarter mile by
bettering his best time for the distance
a second. If he continues to improve
as he has been, he will be in the class
of Forbes, and should be able.to give
Feuerstein, Kreidler, McNally and
Curtis, Big Ten stars, a battle for first
honors in the Conference meet June 8.
Summaries:
100 yard dash- Johnson, M, first;
Cook, M, second; Mulligan, ND, third.
Time, 9 4-5 seconds.
One mile-Call, ND, first; Donnelly,
M, second; Von Wonterghem, ND,
third. Time, 4 minutes 39 4-5 seconds.
120 yard hurdles-Johnson, M, first;
Gilfallen, ND., second; Beardsley, M,
third. Time, 15 2-5 seconds.
440 yard dash-Messner, M, first;
Mulligan, ND, second; Langley, M,
third. Time, 52 4-5 seconds.
220 yard dash-Cook, M, first; Gil-
fallen, ND, second; Patterson, ND,
third. Time, 22 1-5 seconds.
Two mile - Sedgwick, M, first;
Sweeney, ND, second; Harper, ND,
third. Time, 10 minutes, 14 1-5 sec-
onds.
220 yard hurdles-Johnson, M, first;
Gilfallen, ND, second; Beardsley, M,
third. Time, 25 1-5 seconds.
Half mile-Call, ND, first; Buell, M,
second; Von Wonterghem, ND, third.
Time, 2 minutes 5 1-5 seconds.
Shot put-Gilfallen, ND, first; Bak-
er, M, Second; Lindstrom, M, and Mil-
ler, ND, tied for third. Distance, 41
feet 2 inches.
Hammer throw-Later, M, first; Haigh,
M, second; Holton, ND, third. Dis-
tance, 115 feet.
Discus-Gilfallen, ND, first; Baker,
M, second; Haigh, M, third. Distance,
128 feet.
Pole vault-Cross, M, first; Rade-
macher, ND, and Powers, ND, tied for
second and third. Height, 11 feet.
High jump-Later, M, first; Haigh,
M, second; Gilfallen, ND third. Height
5 feet 8 inches.
Broad jump - Johnson, M, first;
Knapp, M, second; McGinnis, ND,
third. Distance, 21 feet 5 inches.
Javelin-Baker, M, first; Haigh, M,
second; McGrain, ND, third. Distance,
166 feet.
Free Exhibition of the celebrated
Medici Color Prints now on display at
the James Foster House of Art.-Adv

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An Indian half-breed flayed by William S. Hart falls in loi
white girl, up in the Hudson Bay country. The -i bite girl tred
with courtesy and respect which the Indian mistakes for loi e. 1
of complications develop which tend to emphasize the streng
nobility of the Indian character and shoe the inner mental strug
Uweem the white man and the Indian.
ADMISSION
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Pop. Mats,
Tue., Thur.
Sat:, 25&50c

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Opp. D. U. R. Station

Play Ground, Indoor and
Balls at Cushing's.-Adv.

Tennis

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Gasoline 25c, Polarine 55c. Staebler
& Co., 117 So. Ashley St.-Adv,

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