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May 02, 1914 - Image 4

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THlE MICHTG ,.Ni DAILY.f

SPRING CLOTHESli

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est Cure for that "4Spring Fever" is a
Tailored S'uit
V FABRIC
SNAPPY STYLES
PERFECT FIT
SUiX TS TO ORDER AL68O
MALCOLM, 604E Liberty

Amateur finishing
719 N. University Ave.

IN'JRCI1Y4 ASEALL ,IS
NEAR 'EX)01' FIRST Ri{VI1)
Freshb Pharmics and FreshEnier
Aro Eiinated b), sUItio
bitsnand Lw
Three games brought the l terclas
baseball series near the end( or the
first round. The second grime of the
senior lfls-I'resh pharmic series went
the sane way as the first, the l its win-
ning by a 9 to 6 score. Aboep
won from the fresh dents in a 4 to 3
game. Gust broke the tie ini the sixth
inning and won the game for the sen-
ior laws against the fresh 'engineers,
score 7t to 4.
Today's gamnes will start at 9:19)(
o'clock. The schedule is as follows:
senior medics vs, junior fits, junior
engineers vs. soph medics, sop)h lits vs.
fresh lits, senior engineers vs. fresh
laws.

PHU
Watch this Space
% tiedneday, Apr ili2«4
Extra: M ichtigafi Nationsal Guard at Cal-
unlot CLoppor Mining
Thuirsday, April 30-
Mmrn..Sarah Bernhardt in
"QUEEN ELIZABETHi"
Friday, May
Maurice CGostelo in
"IRO'N and STEEL"
Saturday, W~ay 2
'The PRICE of VANITY'
Featuring Naomi Childerai
:'on ay-Tw-9diy, ay 4t-S

ruiing the "Ben Hui" Benson the curtain will rise evenings precisely at S o'clc
Matlue- a 2 o'clock, to one 'seated d-uring prelude.
Wednesday and Thursday nights at 8 P. IN
MAY* 6 a7
Special Matinee Thursday, May 7, e.MP
U(1AW & ERLANGER'S STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION
='_ s DRAMATIC MARVEL OF THE CENTUR'
Sl~ruig ~ii t(,,Beaultifunl Spirit andi Thrilling Action of Gener
Len~Y~l~e' Lierryand Vleig'iOm qMasterpiece. Produced wil
"Pe ~isetO""plndur ;and I ittsh Expenditure than ever before
an i"Tpo.fi-tl jI)PEOPLE 8 CHARIOT HORSES

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Seat sale Monday, May 4 at 10 am.
PRICES- Orchestra 13 rows, $2.00; remainder $1.50. Balcony,
!First 4 rows $'1.50; next 4 $1.00. remainder 75c.
Gallery, (not reserved) 50c,

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There is a shop,
Proprietor "Pop;"
serves thiings to eat'
PBoth good and swe-t t
1Will tteat you right
Morn, 1n0on1and niglt

"POP" BANCROFT
722 Monroe
G'igars, Cigarette's. Tobacco
Stationary, Candy, Magazines
etc.

?Maf tnees lm i7ig hts
Daily o, 2.5 andsa
ecetpt G R k Mats.
rhurs. Fri. o and 25C
MCIN'TYRE & HIFATU IflL 0HAM TREE
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Famous Shoen for lMen.
u bb er Soles$50
Tian rubber soled Shoes and Oxfords are. becoming
s among college mnen because -of the way they
fit and hold shape AND ALSO BECAUSE WE
"GE YOU
Vand S4.5® not $6,w00a'nd $700
fhundreds of pairs sold by us we do not know of
le pair that ever went wrong in any way.' A1l
have the spliced leather toe piece.. Buy thems at
JE CAMPmUS DOOTERY'
308 S. State
To w Store .C138. Mat ri-AlimxanrdtD. Fossthe

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the Sugear Bowl

Students Ihike to Detroit on W3agei'
Emmett F. Connelly, '15, and F. B.
Smith, Jr., '16E,. arrived in Detroit
yesterday morning, foot-sore and wea-
ry, after an all night hike from Ann
Arbor. The walk was the result of a
wager they had made that they could
walk the distance from he~re to the
city hail in Detroit within 13 hours.
The boys arrived at their destination
an hour and one half ahead of the
schedule. H.I.TH. Donnelly, '1.6, a third
member of the party laggfed behind
-near Ypsilanti and has not been heard
from since.
IDela} ed Cric-ket fait 3Makes Appeara-ne
The cricket otfilt, which has been
delayed in the Detroit customis house
for two weeks, arrived TIhur sday afte r-
noon, and. the first worlk out of' the
season was taken yesterday bef, ore a
large audience. All imen who are
interested in cricket are asked to cull
M1anager James, miDad report for
practice. .
Fresli Malke IRecord nin Ca WEle arin
Mfore freshmen have worn the g;rey
toque and cap this year than c (.r
before, if the sale of the yearlin g he ad-
gercan be used as a reliable indica-
tion. Although fewr of the lisght-color-
ed caps have been passed over the
counter this spring, the total sale of
both the cold and hot weather fresh-
I matn head-covering has been fareinex-
cess of that o1' other yeaors.
BLANSIIARI) TAKES T .1RI). A'I
MADISON
(Continued from page 1)
test is one of the strongest in exist-
ence. The universities of Michigan,
Wi oconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota,
:northwestern, and Oberlin send their
best orators to it.
No word was heard uip to the time
The Michigan Daily went to press, of
the results of the inter-state Peace Or-
atorical contest which was held at
ICleveland, Ohio, last night. W\alter E.
Morris, '16L, was the representative
from the state of Michigan.
DELEGATES OPEN ANNUAL SES-
SION
(Continued from page 1)
a successful magazine writer which
sells his production, but the mnerit of
that production, for which the name,
when, earned by the excellence of past
efforts, stands as a guarantee.
Roy Marshall, business mianager of
the Concrete Cement Age, spoke'gon

THEATRE

We have the bost assortme~nt of

. EEZY SUGGESTION

E11 kirids of fO racy 100 C reams for Partis
Try our r rt Sun'~daes after the Theatre

me.n tStreet

for the HOT days

AT LAST! EXICAN
WAR- VILLA'S OWN
PICTURES
DYVING PICTURES
- IN TWO 'PARTS-
FAMOUS ORIGI NA L AU-
H-ORIZED VILLA MOVIE
You read it in the Papers.
See it at the Majestic
-- TWO DAYS ONLY -
Thu rsday, April 30th
Friday, May 1st
MATINEE AND FIGHTS
Adults 20c Children 10c
Mat.3 P. M. Nights 7 P.M. to 10 P. M.
"Opportun itie cvi Pr(Ie Joun al!isa."
l e made itlinta the trade journal
of se risce, mand has as much influzence
on soc it as the daily newspaper and
more than the monthly andl weekly
maga zine.
Following the dinner MaT<rshall Foote,
4, and Prof. Fi. .ecmn head of
the journalistic departmen it of Iowa
State college, were iiiititeod into the
fraternity by the members of Theta
chapter of Ohio State University.
Tickets purchased for charity vau-
deville may be exchanged for reserve
seats at Whitney theater, starting to-
dlay at 10:00 A. M. All tickets not sold
will be placed on sale at the-box office
at this time. Adv.
WANTED-tO or 13 foot canoe..- Open
gunwales preferred. Multst be ins per-
feet condition. Ia. K. Hrill, 337 E).
Liberty. Phone 10313-J. 140
LCOST-A geologic contour outline map
base about campus or library. Find-
er return to I,. N. Myatt, 204 N. Sotate
St., andrciv reward.
Stuadents--MTie ($6.00J per, day, dur-
ing vacation, sellinig Non-Alcoholic
Flav or ingi tubes. ,sSo80per cent.
Write qicks for :territory. General
Saes Co., Dept. XM., :Ande socn, Incd.

to keep cool?

UBBER SOLE O XFORDS
FOR LADIES AND GENTS
black and tan calfskin, low 'broad heel s,
d tready soles.
Prices $3.50 to $6900
)ur styles distinctly above the ordinary."
St. WIahr's Shoe Stores mal t
"Nettleton Shoes"

'Electricity for the sum-
mer is cooler than other fuel.
How about an elec=
tric flatiron f or th
house? e

They are struggling
to get here and -when
they do" will you be
ready with an
ELECTRIC FAN

ESTERN MCIA
Cor. Main and William. Phone 2300
Stop t heCrest
The New Pl 2ce
Ice Cream Candy Light Lunches
Wenmake our own candy
302 S. Main St.. Near Liberty
Straw, Felt and Panama' Hats
Carefully Cleaned and Blocked

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Make ioo per cent, selling Winan's
Clothes Line Tightener-newest thing out.
Patented. Sells on sight. Write for par-
ticula rs.

ALSO FINE ASSORTMENjT OF FRESH BANDS
Bsest Shoe Shining Parlors

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IJAVIDGF WORDEN CO.
Water St. ]ingbamipton, N. V.
LOST--Silver mesh purse containing
small mesh purse and gold watch.
Finder please leave same at Daily
office. 147-8-9
LOST-Gold open faced Elgin watch,
last Sunday. Monogram W. S. G.
Return to 1015 F. .Huron. Phone
397. Reward.
FOP SALE-Un-iderwood typewvriter,
late model, F. C. HanSton, 506 S. 5th
j Ae. 149-151

The Greys
that are so much in demand
in the east, when. made up by
our experts in our own shop,
give you a truly metropolitan
product-
LET
us
TAILOR
FOR
YOU,
WAGINER. MCO.
importing State
Tailors Street

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NEXT TO WAGN ER & CO.

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O W~ Laed Thezm All in
Arx-t .tr: Fizmishirig an~d Developinig
Full Linae of 8por-ting, Goods
L. C. Schleede
1111 S. University

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