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Adams ...............43
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Ruzicka ..............12
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Glenn ................16

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A small number of sophomore and across from B3arbour gyn
I Sophomores defeated thef
freshman subs turned out yesterday with the score of 21-14. ThE
for their baseball game, which was ies were, Sue Verlenden, R
IDOLLAR DAY!

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MICHIGAN MEN LEAVE
1AR FOR BIGTOURNAMENT
NT- TENNIS TEAK HOPES TO AVENGE
- DEFEAT ADIiNIS'TERED BY
WFISCON SINr

Thursday

Thursday we again feature D(
you better values than
Note these Pri

11auler and 1Egbert, composing
ichigan tenni teams, entered in

the
the

inter-collegiate tournament at
ago, leave this afternoon over the

Michiga.
ted by night.'
ard to uled for

Central, arriving there to-
'heir first matches are sched-
tomorrow.

110SF

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The Wolverines' chances for the
ampionship are slim. They have
,en beaten twice by . Chicago and
any have already conceded the title
the Windy City duo. The playing
the Maroons has been constantly
rod, the work of Nath being largely
sponsible for their superiority.
In a tournament last Saturday at
adison, the Michigan racket team
ent down to defeat at the hands of
isconsin, but this was due to an
jury sustained by Egbert in the -
nining of the first match. The W1ol-
rine star got a cramp in his left leg,
d was unable to get around the
curt with any speed at. all.
Hamer won his singles but both
the matches participated in by Eg-
rt were lost because of his inabil-
r.From the form displayed by the
dgers it is very likely that they
uld have, gone down to defeat under
ffrent circumstances. The tourna-
nt at Chicago this week end wvill
ve the Michigan men a chance to
meback at the Madison team, and
ore an even break for the season.
Dancng Friday and Saturday nights
the Armory.-Adv.

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next Saturday,
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account. The
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thinks that the
athletes a stiff
ble that Steve
avy point win-
-Michigan meet
GAMES

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ishngton, 3.
Aston, 5.
rk, postponed, rain.
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Boston, 4.
sburg , postponed,
cago, 0.
.Louis, 0.
lane 55c. Staebler

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THE Gillette Safety Razor has been car-
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ditty boxes of hundreds of thousands of
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have sent nearly every other kind of razor
into the rubbish heap.
The Gillette is bringing shaving comfort
to thousands of men in the Service-no mat-
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