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The Michigan Daily, 1914-04-25

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SUITS, HATS,
[IFURNISHINGS

j Try the new paper
SELTONA
Prints in daylight and
tones itself. Beautifult
Sepia prints with little
work.
SPharmacy

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Teach your dollars to have more
sense by trading at Wadhams &
Co. Lasting satisfaotion with ev-
ery transaction.

for Spring. Also a full line of the
most up-to-date hats and caps. Don't
forget to see our special shirt bargain
for $1.00
Remember that we have the famous Society Brand
Clothes. Come in and get your suit.

dhamna Co.
121-123 South Main Street

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A. MARQUAROT
Zattott no
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired,
Cor. Main and Huron--Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Dank.

PREPARATIONS FOR CORNELL
MEET TO BE STARTED TODAY
Director Floyd Rowe to Stage Trials
in Absence of Coach
Farrell
As the first step in preparation for
the Cornell-Michigan dual trackmeet
on May 1, Director Rowe will hold tri-
als for two-mile runners this after-
noon on Ferry field. The distance men
who intend to try out must report to
Rowe before 2:30 o'clock.
Trainer Farrell issued orders, before
leaving for the east that there was to
be no let up in the work of the athletes
left behind. Director Rowe is in
charge of all track activities and he is
putting the men through their paces'
daily.
It is expected that the hurdlers, and
some of the middle distance men will
race their entire distance today in
order to start their preparation for the
impending clash with the Ithacans.

CAMPUS IN BRIEF

-Over Shoes

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

COOKING

For Fraternity and Club Houses
nereases Cleanliness and Efficieney. Telephone for our
sentative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Uquip-

-Pending the arrival of the delayed
cricket outfit, some ten enthusiastic
devotees of the English national game
have been working out in the batting
cages at south Ferry field with im-
provised equipment.
-Keystone club, gin orgaiiiation of
students from Pennsylvania, will hold
a smoker and business meeting May
5 at 7:00 o'clock at the Union. Sever-
al faculty men from Pennsylvania will
be present and address the club.
-Fie men went to Ovid, Mich., on the,
University Y. M. C. A. deputation team
yesterday. They will have charge of
church services on Sunday and will
hold meetings and banquets to inter-
est high school boys in the university.
-Prof. T. N. Iden will meet with the
Upper Room Bible Class tonight in the
Bible Chair building at 7:00 o'clock.
A special musical program has
been arranged in addition to the reg-
ular talks.
-Dr. H. H. Cummings, and Dr. W. E.
Forsythe, of the university health ser-
vice, and representatives of the Mich-
igan Union Boat club, made an inspec-
tion Thursday of many of the numer-
ous springs frequented by canoeists
and others using the river. An analy-
sis of the water is now being made.
-Union tennis courts tire being put
into condition and only a good rain is
necessary before they will be ready
for use. It is planned to have a tennis
tournament some time in May.
-Soph lits ave fought their way to
the top in the class bowling league,
which finished its schedule recently.
The last series upon which leadership
hinged was captured by the '16 men
from the senior engineers. The win-
ning team was composed of Captain.
Schultz, Bentley, Stuart, Williams and
Dieterichs.
Elbert Hubbard Presents New Books
A set of books by Elbert Hubbard
were received by the university library
yesterday. The books were the gift of
Mr. Hubbard, and include the follow-
ing: "The Book of Business," "Holly-
hocks and Goldenglow," "1,000 Epi-
grams," "The Myth in Marriage," "An
American Bible," "Justinian and Theo-
dora," and "Life Lessons." Many of
the books are beautifully bound in
leather, and are characteristic prod-
ucts of the Roycroft shops.

AGENTS-Men and Women
Make too per cent, selling Winan's
Clothes Line Tightener-newest thing out.
Patented, Sens on sight. Write for par-
uAVIDGEWWORDEN CO.
Water St. Binghamptn,NY. .
* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. *
* * * * S * *' * * * *
Women interested in organizing ora-
torical and debating contests for wom-
en are requested to hand in their nam-
es to R. K. Immel, of the oratory de-
partment.
* * *
Not all the stories submitted in the
Stylus prize contest have been
read as yet, but Prof. F. N.
Scott has stated that some
very promising material has been
received. The name of the successful
contestant wil probably be announced
at an early date.
* * *
A unique entertainment will be of-
fered by freshmen women to the soph-
omores, in the form of a mock track
meet, to be held in Barbour gymnasi-
um from 3:00 to 6:00 o'clock this af-
ternoon. Sophomores are asked to
wear regulation gymnasium suits.
* * *
Dr. Mabel Ulrich will not speak at
Newberry hall this afternoon, but will
give the fourth of her series of talks
to university women at 4:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon.
Senior women will have their last
opportunity to eat luncheon together
at the Union at noon today. A number
of interesting features have been ar-
ranged by the committee in charge,
and tickets at 50 cents, are on sale
at the door.
FRESHMEN BASEBALL TOGS
TO HAVE FIFTEEN WEARERS
Lavans' Squad of Forty Are Staging
Bitter Struggle For
Positions
New suits for the new Michigan
freshman team arrived yesterday af-
ternoon. There are 15 of the uniforms
and about 40 men trying for the right
to wear them, so a hard fight is assur-
ed.
The outfits are gray with the word
freshmen written across the shirt in
black letters, while the hose is black
and white striped. Lavans will not
give out the suits until the last of next
week when he picks the men to make
the Detroit trip, where the youngsters
will meet the University of Detroit
nine in the opening game.
Lavans has called a practice for 1:00
o'clock today when he will stage a
game between two teams picked from
the squad. In this way the coach will
be able to get a better line on all the
men that he deemed fit to withstand
the first cut. .At this time he will give
a number of his battery tryouts a
chance to show what 'stuff" they have
to offer to the batsmen.
Yearbook Pages to Have Color Design
Every page of the 1914 Michiganen-
sian will be framed by gilt marginal
lines within which, in the outer upper
corner of each page, will be inserted
a gold shield bearing a white M. Last
year no color was employed on the
pages constituting the main body of
the book. First proof reading has'
been entirely finished.

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JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at
Reasonab1e Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
J. B. EIBLE
t 09 west Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

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Can meet all competition in
of our 20 years' experience
garments.
Prices from $20 up.

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as makers of high

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SOAPS,
and T

ment.

Washtenaw Gas Company

WANTED-A few good men to join a°
Michigan Law Grad. 1911 for sum-
mer in Winnipeg, Canada, on a high
grade selling proposition. He is av-
eraging $12.00 per day now. $65 per-
month and car fare guaranteed.
Phone 359-M.. tf
WANTED-Women students who need
to make some money for summer to
know that we can use some high
grade educational work and guaran-
tee $100 and expenses. Phone 359-
M. tf
Diemel linen mesh underwear at Lin-
denschmitt Apfel & Co's. t1
Exclusive agents for Diemel linen
mesh underwear. Lindenschmitt Apfel
& Co. tf
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
lored.
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Style,
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

Candidates for sophomore tennis
team sign their names at Ferry field or
phone Manager Switzer at 120. Play
will commence at once, contestants
to play each other at will, best two
out of three and report results to Swit-
zer.
Soph lit baseball practice this morn-
ing at Ferry field.'
Band meeting today at 1:00 o'clock
sharp in U. Hall.
Candidates for senior engineer base-
ball team meet at 9:00 o'clock today
at south Ferry field.
Cosmopolitan club meet at 4:00
o'clock Sunday in MacMillan hall to
nominate officers and arrange for In-
ternational banquet.
Tryouts for fresh lit baseball team
report at Ferry field for practice at
10:00 o'clock today. Team will be
picked at this time, as first game is
scheduled for Monday.
LOST-Will the gentleman who took
balmacaan coat by mistake from li-
bray between 8:00 and 9:15 last
night, call Dunham, 775-J.

TheSuee Play
must be executed by the athlete who
can think fast, who is quick of judg-
ment, keen of eye and swift of limb.
He must outguess and outspeed his
opponents to bring home. the needed
run.
SHREDDED WHEAT
-the most nourishing and digestible form of whole
wheat gives the athelete and the student the best
food for building brawn. brain and bone.
It nourishes the mind and body, strengthens the
tissues and helps---so far
1 as diet can---to make,

an athlete hard,
and fit.

firm

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