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Your Floral, Needs==-
Are BEST SA , ISFIED By Us
PH ONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION
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Members of Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association
When You Break Your Glasses
Go to Haller & Fuller's
STATE STREET JEWELERS
WHY?
Because you get prompt service and Have Your
Lenses Accurately Ground.

They Ought to Serve

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At Your Favorite Fountain.

Ask for it.

SCRUBS HOLD TARSITY
TEAM TO_-2 TIE GAME
REGULARS ENGAGE ALL-CAMPUS
TODAY; ALL-FRESH
TOMORROW
In a contest featured by almost as
many errors as hits, the Varsity and
scrubs battled to a 2-2 knot in five
innings of play yesterday. Both sides
were bad offenders in messing up
chances, the Varsity team being
charged with two misplays, and the
scrubs with three.
After the initial inning, Glenn had
the scrubs on his hip, allowing but
one hit during the last four "at bats."
Ruzicka also allowed four blows, col-
lected in the last three innings.
Varsity Scores in Last Inning
Like the game of last Saturday,
Lundgren's men pulled the contest out
of the fire in the last stanza. Cooper
led off the finale with a slow bounder
past the pitcher. After spoiling a half
dozen good ones, Horwitz shot a clean
single past Birmingham. Newell
dropped a pop fly in front of Kirch-
gessner. Kirch picked up the ball
and threw to third in plenty of time
to force Cooper but King lost his head
and tried~ to run the Varsity man
down.tLater he fumbled asCooper
dashed into third. The fiasco ended
finally when Middleditch caught Hor-
witz off second. Parks then whaled
out a long sacrifice fly, and Cooper
beat Left Fielder Martin's throw to
the plate, tying the score. Glenn took'
away all chances for a decision game
by whiffing.
The scrubs broke the ice in the first
inning when Kirchgessner poled a long
triple to right. Middleditch promptly
shot a single to left, allowing Kirch
to count. After Martin whiffed, Ohl-
macher shot a single to right but Nie-
mann caught Middleditch sneaking to
third. The best Birmingham could
do was strike out.
Neither side could score in the sec-
ond, although Horwitz got as far as
third, and nearly stole home.
Newell opened the last half of the
third with a double, took third on a.
wild pitch, but was doubled off the
base when Glenn lined right into the
waiting hands of Middleditch.
Nlemann Scores First Run
Niemann cashed in for the Varsity's
first run in the fourth by virtue of his
hit to right, an error, an out, and an-
other error. The scrubs took the lead
again in the first half of the fifth.
Lush got a life when Glenn dropped
the ball after touching him out along
the base line. King doubled and Lush
scored while Dancer was. missing an
easy roller. King and Middleditch
were stranded when Martin skied to
Dancer.
The coach stated after the game
that the Varsity would meet the All-
campus nine this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock in a six-inning setrto. Miller
is expected to hurl for the Varsity and
Saunders for the All-campus team.
Ohlmacher and Lush are also possi-
bilities.
Tomorrow the Varsity will encoun-
ter Maltby's All-fresh in the initial
contest between these two squads.
YANKEES WIN IN SECOND!
NO-HIT GAME OF SEASON
Boston, April 24.-A second no-hit
game of the season was turned in here
this afternoon when Mogridge of the
Yankees set the Red Sox down with-
out a safe ball. It was not a run-
away affair, however, as the Sox
worked over one run in the seventh1
on a base on balls, an error, and two1
sacrifices. This evened up the count,
but the Yankees put over another inl
the ninth and handed Mogridge his
game two to one.
MISSOURI WILL NOT SEND
ENTRANTS TO PENNSY MEET
Columbia, Mo., April 24.-Missouri
university will have no entrants in
the Pennsylvania university relay;
games to be held in Philadelphia next
Saturday. This decision was reached
at a meeting of the athletic commit-
tee today when it was learned that
finances of the school'would not per-
mit the long trip to the Atlantic
coast.
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ASSISTANTS NEEDED AT
INTELLIGENCE BUREAU
R E P LI E S TO QUESTIONNAIRES
COMING IN RAPIDLY
AT UNION
More men and women are needed to
complete the work of the University
intelligence bureau. The government
is awaiting reports from the question-
naires recently mailed to Michigan
students and alumni, and although
many have offered their services, in
filing and'indexing the material, the
incoming mails have given the work-
ers more than they can handle.
The work is carried on at the Union,
and all University women are asked
to aid, any afternoon from 2 to until
5 o'clock, and on Saturday morning.
Men who desire to serve may report
for work during the evening.
M'altby Observes
A nother Luminary
Another bright and shining comet
'has crossed the horizon of All-fresh
Coach Dale Maltby, leaving behind
him many sparks of speculation, and
also leaving Gilmartin and Starrett
quaking in their boots. Bowerman is
the comet's name, and he hails from
the camp of the New York Giants, be-
ing on their first string catchers'
roster before returning to school.
The goodcoach stated last night
that he expected to modify his line-up
somewhat for the initial game with
the Varsity tomorrw. Bowerman will
probably start behind the plate, with a
toss-up between Gilmartin and Star-
rett as alternate. The coach has been
giving the Varsity hurlers the eagle-
eyed once-over in search of a twirler
for the contest, although he will likely
start.one of the first year boys in the
box.
Due to the fact that outside competi-
tion has been called off, campus fans
are expected to turn out for the first
real action scene between the two ma-
jor campus teams. Practice as usual
will be held for the freshmen this
afternoon.
SEDGWICK CHOSEN TO LEAD
X-COUNTRY TEAM NEXT YEAR
Captain Kulvenen, Carroll and Bachtel
Will Be Missing When Squad
Returns in Fall
Sedgwick was elected captain and
Fox president of the Cross-Country
club for the coming year at a meet-
ing of the organization held at the
Union last night.
Six men who won their insignia last
fall and the three freshmen who took
places at East Lansing will have their
pictures taken Friday noon ,at Daines.
Captain-elect Sedgwick expects to
have a good team next year. Only
three men of last fall's team are ex-
pected to be among the missing--Cap-
tain Kuivenen, Carroll, and Bachtel.
To fill their ranks, Michigan will have
a strong bunch of freshmen,and sopho-
mores and juniors who should look
muchtbetter with another year of ex-
perience.
SOPH LITS DEFEAT JUNIORS
IN TITLE BOWLING MATCH
By defeating the junior lits two
games out of three last Saturday night,
the soph lits finished the interclass
bowling series of the year as cham-i
pions.
In the first two games the sophs
won by 36 and 82 pins respectively.
The juniors came back in the third
round and outscored the underclass-
men by 37 counters. The final totals
for the three games were 2,449 for the
sophs and 2,362 for the juniors.
Rowley and Sanford, who made the
highest game score of the match with
a run of 201, starred for the sophs,
while Wilson and Robins turned in
high averages for the juniors.
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CULTIVATING THE CLOTHES SENSE-
No way to do it but to see as many clothes as pos-
sible that are excellently made-of well-combined
colors-and of graceful lines.
Coming to the Hutzel Shop often will show you
what to wear and how to wear it.
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Multigraphing
Mimeopsaphing

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In buying clothes, as in every-
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sensible prices.
$75.00 for a suit isn't sense,
neither is $7.00.
If you come to us we agree to
charge you the lowest possible
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choose.
It won't be less than $25.00
nor more than $35.00.
And whether it s one of these,
or one of the in-u etween prices,
we shall see that you go away
with a good big money's worth.
A nice range of carefully se-
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ALBERT GANSLE
205 E. Washington St.
LIBRARY STARTS LISTING
RARE COLLECTION OF BOOKS

WANTED
WANTED--Two May Festival tickets,
either for all concerts or for two
evenings, including either Wednes-
day or Friday evening. State loca-
tion and price and address M. F.,
929 Church St. 25
WANTED-Furnished house by young
married couple, for summer school.
Must be modern and near campus.
Address, Box M, care Daily. 25-6-7
WANTED-At once, a colored Porter.
Call at 707 Oxford Road or Phone
357. 25-6-7
WANTED-Second hand ladies' bicy-
cle with coaster brake. Call 547. 25
WANTED-A second maid; sororityl

LOST
LOST - Leather covered note-book
containing history notes. G. A. Cad-
well. Phone 1147-M. Reward. 25-6
FOR SAIX
FOR SALE-May Festivx l tickets for
Wednesday night, Thirsday night,
Saturday afternoon.. Best seats.
Phone 1f65-M. Dr. :. E. Gurd. 25
FOR SALE-Vour May Festival chorus
tickets in first bale:ny. Phone 120.
FOR SALE--$3.00 pr a-festival coupon
for $2.00. Inquire at Daily. 25-6-7
_ MISCELLANEOUS
WILL THE PARTY who inadvertent-
ly took a tan :ravanette raincoat
from main corrido;r of the Library
last Saturday nor.ning, please call
owner at 1582-J. 24
COPIES OF URRA xS IPHIGENIA
in Tauris can he h:ad in basement of
Memorial hall, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5
daily, this w eek. 25

Our special terms to collegians will
Steps toward cataloging the rare interest you. Catalof for the asking.
book collection of the University for 'ammond TpewritrC®.
the general use of the student body [1
are being taken under the direction 54 ttNwork
of Miss Eunice Wead of Washington, ~ t S. eri
D. C., assistant curator of rare books.
For the present these books will be
available for members of the faculty ' OVE1I NT WANTS TRAINED
only and may be obtained on request s i FOR l 1E RTMENTAL WORIK
from Miss Wead, whose office hours-
are from 8 to 12 o'clock and 1:30 to 5 - ei t
o'cloc 'iha me., cru- is extremely
oclock. desirous of getting men into their serv-
Cataloging is now being done on the ice thatnhav had eial training
valuable Carlyle collection which will is .eviece b tenumbter of civil
soon be ready for use. Such arrang- servicebulletin apeumaing on the bi
ing of valuable books will not only setin boardstin thevarious depart-
segregate and care for the volumes net rr
but will prepare them for general re- Wie ais
search.- W 1 e appearing under the name of
seah the civil service department, some 01
the positions are filled without any
COMBINED CLUBS TO GIVE examination whatsoever, the only re-
PATRIOTIC PROGRAM MAY 25 quirements being that the applicant
can satisfy the requirements of the
At a meeting of the combined Glee job. Pay ranges from $3,000 a year
and Mandolin clubs heid yesterday down to about $.00 a day, the ma-
an afternon clubsh.el~d yesterdayjority being in the latter class.

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house. Phone 368.

25-6-7

LOST
LOST-Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
pin. Finder call 1857 or leave at
Daily office. Reward. 24-25
LOST-Small silver purse. Call 368
Reward. 24-25

Do You Know
THAT GRINNELL BROS. CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON ANYTHING
In the Realm of Music!
ASK TO SEE THE NEW "RECORD LITE"
FOR VICTROLAS
Phone 1707 116 S0. MAIN ST. Phone 1707
Try our Record Approval Service

patriotic concert on May 25 in Hill
auditorium.
Patriotic songs and selections will
formthe principal part of the concert
and a number of special numbers will
be given. This will be the last ap-
pearance -of the musicians this year
and the last opportunity the student
body will have to hear some of the
stars of the clubs who will be grad-
uated this year.

This is the right time to have
kind of painting done. Phone 237.
H. Major & Co.-Adv.
Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed,
sized without injury. Koch'& I-erne
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

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