Best Cure for that "Spring Fever" is a
719 N. University Ave.
MA CO M,
S~HliTS TO ORDER ALSO
. MALCOLM, 604 E. Liberty
I.* ' ? ,jLII i
III I "ill II
Famous 5$hoe5 for Men.
&,bber .ole $5.0
stoniau rubber soled Shoes and Oxfords are becoming
aous among college men because of the way they
ar, fit and hold shape AND ALSO BE CAUJSE WE
5.00 and 54.50 not $6.00 and $7.00
t of hundreds of pairs sold by us we do not know of
single pair that ever went wrong in any way. All
les have the spliced leather toe piece. Buiy thema at
THE CAMITPUS DOOTERaY,
wn. Towir stare 215 S. Pfaitx Allrmantid4. Forsthr
TO SEEK HONORS
Two Michigan orators, Paul B.
Blanshard, '14, and Walter E. Morris,
'16L, leave today to enter big oratori-
cal contests tomorrow night.
Blanshard will take part in the,
Northern Oratorical League contest,
the strongest oratorical contest in the
world. It will be held at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, at Madison, be-
tween the following universities. The
speakers appear in the order given.
Wisconsin-Howard M. Ross, "A Plea
For Poets"; Iowa-,john E. Gabriel,
~The New Patriotism"; Illinois-A. V.
Essington, "The H-ope of Democracy";
Minnesota-Fred Tryon, "The First
Minnesota"; Michigan-Paul B. Blan-
shard, "Myself"; Northwestern-V.M.
Ilahe-Baksh, "The Challenge of the
East"; Oberlin-Bruce R. Baxter,
"The Injustice of Justice." llahe-
Baksh is from India.
Morris will represent the state of
Michigan in the inter-state Peace Ora-
torical contest at Cleveland. The con-
test was scheduled for last Friday
night, but as oratorical delegates from
some of the states had not yet been
selected, the meet was postponed for
a week. Morris will speak on "The
Price of Peace," and if successful, will
be sent to the national Peace contest
at Lake Mohonk, New York, on May
Both Blanshard and Morris will hold
public hearings of. their orations in
Newberry hall at 8:15 o'clock this
morning. Prof. T. C. Trueblood, will
accompany Blanshard, while -Prof. R:.
D. T. Hollister will go with Morris.
BATTLE CREEK TO
Mviichigan's soccer .eleven,,,v ill meet
the team from the Battle Creels Nor-
mal School of Physical Cultuire at 4:05
o'clock this afternoon at Ferr-y field,
The final practice, for soccer men'
was held yesterday afternoon "and
Manager Glenny got a line on the
probable personnel of the team to rep-
The Battle Creek eleven is the same
outfit that gave Michigan such a bat-
tle Thanksgiving day at Battle Creek,
and which went to the Wolverines by
a 1 to 0 score.
The Michigan tryouts have been
hard at work for sonme time and they
expect to have easier going with the
Normal team than in the last bout.
The M..ichigan lineup will be picked
from Shuites, Watts, Hager, Pfeiffer,
McDowell, Coryell, Pan, Stallings, Mc-
Scott, ss ............3
Roberts, rf .........3
Worden, cf .........3
Sawdey, 3b .........3
Bao'h, p ............2
Watch this Space
Wednesday, April 29
Extras Michigan National Guard at Cal-
umet -Copper Mining
Thursday, April 30
Mmne. Sarah Barnhardt In
Friday, May I
Maurios Costello in
"IRON and STEEL"
Saturday, May 2
'The PRICE of VANITY:*
Featuring Naomi Childers
Monday-Tuesday, May 4-5
Charlotte lves In
Matinees I K iglils
John Con reseats
M NTRE& HEATH IHENAM TREE'
AGENTS -Men and Women
Make loo per cent, selling Winan's
IfClothes Line Tightener-newest thing out.
Patented Sells on sight. Wr ite° for par-
Water 41:tbligarptonN. V.
Episcopal Theological School
The location offers unusual opportunity.
for graduate work at Harvard Universi-
-ty. For catalogute address Dean Hodges. I
71777 EGAV~S NTlEWS
Dulrn the 'ilea 1Hur" Season the curtain will rise evenings precisely at3
M'.atinlec at >2()o'lock. No one seated during prelude.
Wednesday and Thursday nights at 18 P
MAY 6and 7
Special Matinee Thursday, May 7, t.MP
T;=1 F & ERLA:1f.(ER' S S~tUPENA fIj4HTS PODUtIO 11
TERAMA TIC ARVEL OF THE CENT J
stli Ii ,itl the lie autiful bpiri1 aril TIrilling Afction of
i. ,' v ;lllat'e's Lit4erur) t and I ! ?ighiis M a~erleee. IProduce
1_!r ~i lent 1;fJSplI*'udor and IZ.a~ ish I'xpleniture thien ever Ii
Seat sale Monday, May 4 at 10 a.m.
PRICES--orchestra 13 rows, $2.00; remainder $1.50. Bi
First 4 rows $1.50; next 4 $1 .00: remainder 75c.
(Gallery, (not reserved) 50c,
WAR- VILLA'S O'
- IN TWO FARTS -
FAMOUS ORIGI N A L,
ITORIZED VILLA MOB
You read it in the Pat
See it at the Majesti
--TWO DAYS ONLY -
Thursday, April 301
MATINEE AND NIGHT
* Gamve called in eighth inning
The Suar Bowl
We have Lhe best asortment. of
ChaocoI.aesshe.n~d Bosa Bozsa
All kinds of fm.nacy ;Cas Creams far Parties
Try our FPrut S'uncais after the Theabre
RBER SOLE OXFORDS,
FOR LADIES AND GENTS
Hli l lsd al e.........0 00 0 00 00- 0
Summary: Ea ruedlru ns -Michigan
1; three base h it--DS:vidson; two base
hit-Benton; stolen bases-Sisler, 3,
Labodie 2, Bake cr 2, Sheehy 2, H-oward
2, Benton 2, McQueen, Baer-15; sac-
rifie hits-Hughitt 2, McQueen---3;
struck out-by Sisler 10 in 4 innings;
by Davidson, 3 in 4 innings; by Bach,
7 in 8 innings; bases oan balls
--off Bach 3, off D~avidson 1:
wild pitch-D a v i d s o n; passed
balls - Jenkins 2; hit by pitcher
--Labodie, Howard.. Left on bases-
Michigan 8, Hillsdale 2; double play-
Baker to H-oward; first base on errors
-Michigan 5; umpire-Davis.
(Continued from page 1)
was appointed an instructor in ancient
history for the coming year. Superin-
tendent Chadsey of Detroit, and Su-
perintendent Warriner of Saginaw,
with Prof. J. B. Davis of Grand Rapids,
were appointed special lecturers dur-
ing the coming summer session. Dr.
W. F. Colby of the physics department
was granted a leave of absence, with-
out pay, to travel abroad for the year
1914-15. The leave of absence of Prof.
Joseph Bursley of the engineering de-
partment, was extended for another
The Barber Asphalt Co. of Philadel-
phia has offered a prize of $100 to en-
gineering. students for the best essay
on their asphalt, and George Finkler
of Detroit, has put the asphalt library
of Detroit at the disposal of these- stu-
The board approved the continuaine
of the present relations between the
University of Michigan, the Universi-
ty of La Platte, in South America, and
Prof. W. J. Hussey, director of the
astronomical observatory, whereby he
spends six months of each year at the
South eAmerican. university. OAorge
Swain, M.A., last semester, wvas ap-
pointed assistant in Latin.
The board adjourned to meet May
20, in order that they might attend the
Joan d'Arc pageant.
Carefully Cleaned and
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Best Shoe Shining Parlors
NEXT TO WAGNER & CO.
IStraw,. Felt and PanamaI
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Tripolitis, and Romein, G.
Mat. 3 F. M. NI.
Ice Cream :; Candy Light Lund
We make our own candy
302 S. Main St. Near Libe
HILLSDALE IS BLANKED WITH
:k and, tan calfskin, low broad
! a dy soles.
Prices $3.50 to $6.00
) ur styles distinctly above the ordin ar.
St. WahrsShoe Stores mal St.
"Nettleton Shoes' '
Sheehy, cf........ .5
McQueen, 2b ........3
Sisler, p ...........2
4 .0 0
2 1 0
13 1 0
24* 4 0
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