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May 17, 1917 - Image 3

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iurruiii LUFLL
GLENNAND FROSH

men by "Long John" Edmunds, but
even Jawn grew discouraged. and re-
lapsed into silence after a couple of
glaring errors.

TWO REGULAR CLASS
GAMES UNDECIDED
J-Lits Play Fresh Engineers and J-En-
gineers Grapple with
Fresh Lits

ILLINOIS PRESIDENT OFFERS
GOVERNMENT COACHING STAFF
Champaign, Ill., May 16.-President
James of the University of Illinois, has
offered the war department the entire
coaching staff of the university for

promotion of sports in the various
training camps this summer. Presi-
dent James has made this offer to help
the government combat the customary
evil influences around camp, and to
maintain the normal interests of the
men in the best aspects of life.

For Ane Watch Repairing, J.
Chapman, Jeweler, 118 Main St.-A
Tue. e.o
We set glass in all parts of the c:
C. E. Major & Co. Phone 237. 11-17

Can't

Catch

Him

VARSITY WALLOPS YEARLINGS
3-0; EDMUNDS CHEERS
BUT SUBSIDES
The Varsity loaned Pitcher Glenn
to the frosh yesterday afternoon for
the daily five-inning scrap, but they
proceeded to toss the game away be-
hind him. The score was 3 to 0.
Glenn wasn't hit hard at any stages
of the game but the 1920 infield messed
things up pretty badly at the wrong
moments and the Varsity pushed a
trio of runners around the circuit.
Parks and Saunders split the twirl-
ing bill for the Varsity and both got
away in good shape. They had good
support back of them and for the most
part the first year lads were hoisting
easy files and rolling puny grounders
around the infield.
The feature of the, game was the
vociferous support accorded the fresh-

Season
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Snaker ....21 8%
Cobb> .......24, 87
Tuesday
G. A.B.
Sisler.......1 4
Speaker .,... 1 5
Cobb ........ 1 4.

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Junior lits will play the fresh en-
gineers in interclass baseball today
and junior engineers and fresh lits
will combat. These will be the last
games in the regular interclass sched-
ule, with the exception of postponed
games that may be played off at ir-
regular times.
Senior lits practically have won the
series, completing their work yester-
day when they received a forfeit from
the senior engineers, who could get
out only four men for their game with
the lits. A postponed game with the
fresh lits is all that stands between
the seniors and a clear record for the
season. They have won three games
and received three more by forfeit.
There is opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads Read tnem.

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fHoly Cross Team Swaps Bat for Hoe
New York, May 16.-The Holy Cross
baseball team will fulfill its schedule,
although its members have been ex-'
cused fr' class work for the re-
mainder oT the college year. All
members of the nine will be put to
work on the college farm.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

CORD TIRES

An __lesoninTires
fTIP.-XTirvI1- T1\T C(1'_r~ T T'1

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-- aa
THE CONSERVATIVELY STYLED GARMENT FLU
REQUIREMENTS OF ThE COSERVATIVI MAN
SDon't bother me with details. I
want results."
Tis from the president of a great railroad.
esults were all that interested him, details
were left to the fellows down the line.
So with clothes-appearance is the result you
want. Jeave the details to tailormen, that's
their lusiness.
aYnd ifthe result is to he a prosperous, suc-
cessful appearance, why
ADLER IHESTERC
Clothes
are what you want. Try on an e-Adler"
Rjcester suit or overcoat and see.
Lutz Clothing Company
217 So. Main Street

~.J.1.1 4 .,VVY LL LJ1 .1i..V.L .. 7.LJ.L 1 l
T SIDE. They are burned out by
IlINIIIIIII internal frictional heat, rubbed up
between the plies of the tire.
Every extra ply means extra wear-
ing out of the tire. K

Ten
Silvertown A
Cord
X-Cels
give power.
1., Icreased en-
2. Smoother rid-
ing.
3. Fu el saving.4.S di r
5. Coast farther.
6. Start qicker.

Note the two-ply struc-
ture inthe rubber saturated,
cable-cord body of the Sil-
vertown tire here laid bare.
Could you thus look into ALL
tires, you would find three types:
Cotton fabric, with five to seven
swathes;

Thread-web, a five
base of strings;

to seven ply

U

7. Easier to guide.
8. Give greater
mileage.
9. More resistive
a -ai nstj nc-
10. Rcpaired easily/
andpem e ly

e
,
.

Cable-cord, the unique patent-pro-
tected, two-ply structure, found
ONLY in Silvertown, the, origi-
nal Cord Tires.
It stands to reason that Silver-
town tires, trade-marked with the
RED - DOUBLE - DIAMOND,
with but two plies will outlast
many-ply tires with their multi-
plied heat.
You cannot afford to bp without
their smart appearance, smooth-
their gasoline-saving economy

er-riding elegance, and

TH E B. F. GOODRICH
COMPANY
AKRON, OHIO
Goodrichalso makes the famous fabric tires-
Goodrich Black Safety Treads

Where You See This Sign
Goodrich Tires are Stocked

Ask' Your Dealer for Them

Gorich. Trerws arehandlmake incAar nnrbor
Goodrich Tfires are, handled in Ann Arbor by

Cadillac Garage
327 S. Main St.
Phone 1625

Ann Arbor Garas

206 W. Huron
Phone 1101

for refined and dignified

STVDIO:

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