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April 15, 1914 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-04-15

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DON'S
KODAKS,

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for that "Spring Fever" is a

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Amateur finishing
719 N. University Ave.

Saturday, April
ARTHUR HAMMERS'
EDITH TI

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HEAVY HITTING MAICHIGAN NINE
IS SUCCESSFUL
(Continued from page 1.)
weak at the bat. Hippler caught Sis-
icr the two full games the Michigan
leader twirled.
The official batting records of the
Michigan squad on the trip, not includ-
ling the Notre Dame game MTonday, fol-
low:

MAJESTIC

The

SNAPPY

STYLES,
PERFECT FIT

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jT0ORI

IALCOLM,

tDER ALSO
604 E. Liberty
OXFORDS

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This Aternoon

::Tonight

Quajutance, p ..
Sheehy, of ......
Sisler, p, lf ..
Howard, lb.
Ferguson, p ..,
Hughitt, 3b . ..
Raker, ss ..... ,.,
Renton, rf ......

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.450
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.400
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McQueen, 2b...... .... 24
Hippler, ec..............13
Graham, If, rf ........... 9
Mattson, c .............. 9
Davidson, p .........2
Team average .........216

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n, in Leather or
Soles, at

Rubber

Srand, Easter
VAUDEVILLE
WHIPPLE & HOUSTON COO
In their Mystery Act
cSPOO 9S Funniest Act in
Vaudeville
CALLO WAY and ROBERTS
Singers, Talkers In Black and Tan
SOUTH WICK AND DAMR
Musical Entertainers
Special Feature
Savoy Bull Dogs
Wait for the Football Dogs
Extra Added Attraction
HEIM CHILDREN
Juvenile Entertainers
Coming, "'Going Up," Musi-
cal Comedy, Thursday
Mr., and Mrs. Vernon Castle, Society. Dancers

Book and Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach.
Direct from its Record-breaking Success att

Prices, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00,

54c.

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T here is a shop,
Proprietor " Pop;"'
Serves things to eat
Both good and sweet
Will tteat you right
Morn. noon and night

Ensemble of 60

l;NIYERISITY NOTICES

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and $5.00

w Black Oxfords with white rubber sole

UIS BOOTERY,

308 SOUTH
STATE ST.

Suur Bowl,
Confectionery
WVe have the best assortment of
LocoIs.t@s a.imd BornBotts
.s of fa.naoy 100Cramme~fOr Partt..
Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre

The University Y. M. C. A. employ-
ment bureau has 20 applications for
students to work today and tomorrow.
M-en wishing work can have it by ap-
plying at the office in the Y._ M. C. A.
building. ,v
SOPHOMORE PROM TICKETS ARE
REPORTED NEARLY SOLD OUT
Elaborate Arrangements Are Being
Made by the Committees For
the Dance
A heavy sale of tickets for the soph
prom, which will be held at the Arm-
ory on April 24, has been reported by
the committee in charge. The total
issue has been limited to 160, and of
these only 5 remain to be disposed of.
Waldo E. Fellows, '14, campus com-
edian, has been secured by the com-
mittee to feature- the evening's pro-
grams with some of hiis latest song hits,
taken from the opera, and the list of
glee club specialties. Music for the
evening will be supplied by a ten piece
orchestra. Every other dance will be
a feature.
The programs consist of leather
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Matinlees f
Wed. and bGarric.k
Saturday

Price
50c, 75, $1,
$1.50, $2

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DETROIT
E.H. oSOUTHR
in REPERTOIRE

luzzw

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Whether you drink it to
muent-for pure pleasurei
scores goal. It satisfies'y
completeness possible to:n
Delicious-
Thirast.-Q

MeklnxStreet

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Oxfords for Spring
Our Stock of Oxfords is now
COMPLETE
LADIES' and MENS'
OXFORDS
IN LEATHER AND RUBBER SOLES FROM
$3.50 4o $600

card cases, lurted with silk, and stamp-
ed on the outside -with a scroll contain-
ing the University of Michigan seal.
They are furnished by E. S. Wright,
of Ph il adelphia.
The decorations will present a yel-
low and blue checkerboard effect, and
will be, interlined with the sophomore
class colors, red and white.
Special booths will be erected for
the -chaperones, who will, consist of
representatives from both the literary
and the engineering departments.
Dancing will commence at 9:00 o'clock
and will last until 2:30.

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Ice Cream

st tb
hayo ew
C andy

You will appreciate

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0 New Oiatl";9 Pzmps -
S Shoe Store

Main SI

the beautiful lines and
soft curves embodied
in our high grade, hand
tailored garments.
Our coatmakers are ex-
perts and are proud of their
products. All garments made
in our own shops.

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We make our own
302 S. Main St.

stud'ent's supply

p

;PAIR SHOP

way

Episcopal Theological School
CAMBRIDGE, MASS-
The location offers unusual opportunity
for graduate work at Harvard Universi-
ty. For catalogue address Dean Hodges.

Only live p1eoce fOr st~zdent wants---2%knd t
Morse' s Yzd' Gilb ertis CAN DIE:

WAGNEK
Importing
Tailors

00 C.
State
Street

Sporting Goods raynd Cldars.

Street

1111 S. University

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Great Volume of- Orders for Caps and Gowi

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Bischoff

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FOB MEN
The Gowns are made of
black henrietta and serge
like the style. illustrated; ac-
curate fitting is assured.
The Caps are broadcloth
with stiff folding crown lined
on the inside with rubber
bands, thus permitting it to
set naturally on the head.
PURCH ASE
PRICE
GOWNS--$3.35, $6.50,
$6.75, $7.25, $9.009,
$10, $12-
CAPS--$f.00, $1.50,
$2.00,1$2.50.

for both men and.

women

of all

We have on hand a large
stock of excellent gowns suitable

classes.
House o
Delivery

Outfits are made by the
fCox Sons and Vining..
is guaranteed when

FOR WOMEN
Gowns are similar
to the illustration and
are made up in a large
variety of black hen-
rietta and serge.
The Caps are made.
o f broadcloth wi thI
stiff cardboard
cro wns5.

F1lorist
eet Phone 809-L
cut flowers and plants.
eof Rexall Remedies. Ed-
11 Drug Store. 122 South
' Tue-Fri

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needed as shipment can be made RENTAL
from New York or Chicago with= CHARGES
out dlay.The charge for
C}Lt elay.Rental Outfits for
the season is $2.00.
This Includes cap
y and gown ordered
tmeasure.

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