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May 07, 1914 - Image 4

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TRU MICRIGALN DAILY.

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SPRING CLOTHES II

LYNDON'S
KODAKS,
FILMS,

The Best Cure .for that ",Spring ever" is a

Amateur finishiing
719 N. University Ave.

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NOBBY FABRICS
SNAPPY STYLES
PERF-ECT FIT

SHIR.TS TO ORDER& Al3

J. K.' MALCOLM, 604 13. Liberty

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famous a5 1forMen.
Rubber Soles$50
Bostonian rubber soled Shoes and Oxfords are becoming
famous among college men because of the way they
wear, fit and hold shape AND ALSO BECAUSE WE
CHARGE YOU
$5.00 and 4.50 notM$.00 and $7.00
Out of hundreds of pails sold by us we do not know of
a single pair that ever went wrong in aniy way. All
styles have the spliced leather toe piece. Buy them at
THE CAMPrUS DOOTERY
308 S. state
Do'wn. Town.x Stara 215 S. MA Irz-AlIiman dlel. Forathe

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CAM~PU'S IN B11Ill.,
-Members of the Canadian elnb will
hold a smoker at 7: 15 o'clock tonight,
in the Barrister rooms, over Wagner
&C.Elections of officers for nest
year will take place.!
---Dr. Otaorge It. La Rdle, of the zoe16gy
departmtent,wvill lecture at 7:00 o'clock:
tonigh?. in the museum lecture room on
"The C rigin of Domestic Cattle. Slreep.
1 tc."
4 .-I)r. C. It. Kiiff hall, asisit lilt pro-
fessor I 'i botany, who has been confin-
edtolis hmewithl rheumatism, =s
able to :neet _his cla sses again.
-KMr. 1'. S. 'I'loinpsaiiu o: I N'.dei1.r':
laent of scciology, is pl'epariwiz aloo'
oil "Popu.attion and(Ia Study in 4 la-
thusianisn; " HeI made a sp~ecial stuidy
of ihis subject in Chicago and New
York before comning to Ann Arbor.
-- .°s V;'aigm urs. '011o'; d of[d0 ell
Swho incline to outdoor life, will hold
their annual spring initiation this
Iweek-encl. The annual banquet will;
be held at VVhitmore Lake Friday night
and Saturday the members will take a
canoe trip down frorn Lakeland.
-A class of Z6 senior nurses of the'
university hospital training school was
graduated at Barbour gymnasium last
evening. Appropriate exercises were
held, and the assembly was addressed
by prominent members of the medical
faculty.
-Dr. George A. Gordon, pastor of the
Old South Church, Boston, Mass., will
speak on "The Causes of Moral Defeat
and Victory" at the Wesleyan Guild
meeting in the Methodist Church at
7:30 o'clock Sunday night.
--0. J. Price, Ph.D., D.D., of Lansing,
Mich., will speak at the Union Guild
service in the First Baptist Church at
7:45 o'clock Sunday night.
-Mx. and Mrs. Otto H. Hans will be
the chaperones at the last informal
Fischer party to be held tomorrow ev-
ening at the Union at 91:00 o'clock. A
few tickets are still to be had by call-
ing 319 or 236.

Watch this Space
Wed. May 6-Princess Mona Darkfeath-
eill 'THE MEDICINE MAN'S
e*.tklyVENGEANCE'
Thur. May 7---J6ckey Scovell in
IN THE STRETCH'
.Fri. May 8-Mary Fnller in
,The Ghost of Mother Eve'
M~ollie of the D)ailies No. 2.
Sa y.-Earl Williams in
HER HUSBAND'
Mon.-Tues. May 11-1 2-Dustin Far-
w111i 'THE SQUAW MAN'

TLhere is a shop,
7Pvoprietor "Pop;"
;serves things to eat
Both good and sweet
Will tteat you right
Worn, noon and flight

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pt ouAI CKWe~. e.Mats
Tburx&- Fr . 2c to $.00
iTHE CLEVER WOMAN
MJES TIC

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Stop t th Crest'
The New,, Piece
Ice Cream Candy Light Lunches
We make our own. candy
302 S. Main St. Near Liberty

"POP" BANCROFT
722. Monroe
Cigars. Cigarettes, Tebacco
Stationary, (andy, Magazines
etc,

WHITNEY THEATRElpo
Durug the "Berl Hmr" season the curtain will rise evenings precisely at 8 o'clock
-Matinees at 2 o'clock. No one seated during prelude.
Wednesday and Thursday nights at 8 P. M.
MAY 6 and, 7
Special Matinee Thursday, May 7, 2P.M.
h LAW & li LANG'ERf'S STUPENDOUS PRODUCTI ON
. . I MAR VEL OF THE CENTURY
Seat sale Monday, May 4 at '10 a.m.

THURSDAY'
FRIDAY - -

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May 9-10

Three Shows Nightly, 7 to 10
Magaifiegi t Photo Play
BySir
'1VANHOWalter
$50,000 MOTION PICTURE
CAST OF 5,000 ACTORS
Beautiful Scenes---Wonderful Pictures
ADULTS l0c-CHILDREN &

Announcement

IR. freb x011
TAILOR
NUMBEvR 61 WHST FORT SmTRF
DHTROIT, MICH.

Main 2$s5I

WILL GIVE SPECIAL,
ATTE~NTION To ANN ARBOR STUDENTS

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HOT?

To eoireor

We have the best assortincnt of
Chocolsates e id lBon Reims

All ktds of fe,.imcy Ile Creame for Parties
Try our lruIt Sigi',daes after the Theatre

Med.n, Street

RUBBER SOLE.".OXFORDS
FOR LADIES AND GENTS

NOMINATED FOR PRESIDENCY
OF ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
Carl G. Schoeffle, '13-'15L, has been
'nominated by petition as a candidate
for the presidency of the Oratorical
association. J. L. Primrose, '13-'15L,
and 1L. H. Dunten, '16L, are the candi-
dates nominated for that position by
the Oratorical board. The election
will be held in University Hall from
10:00 to 12:00 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing.
Bishop Williams Will Address Guild
Bishop Charles D. Williams, of De-
troit, Pres. Harry B. Hutchins and
Prof. G. XV. Patterson, will be the prin-
cipal speakers at a banquet to be held
under the auspices of the Hobart Guild
in Harris hall at 6:30 o'clock this ev-
ening. University people affiliated with
the Episcopal church are being invited.
TPickets selling at 50 cents may be ob-
tained from members of the committee.
Auto Lab Gets New Franklin Motor
The automobile laboratory has been
presented with a 1914 model air-cooled'
Franklin six-cylinder motor, which
will be used in course 32 in mechanical
engineering, and for research work.
The motor has been shipped from the
factory, and will be set up in time for
the engineering exhibit. The new Reo
the 5th motor has been set up, and will
be used by testing squads this week.

Talk Will Boost Playground Project
W. M. Apple, athletic director in the
Ann Arbor high school will speak at
the meeting of the student p~layground
directors in Newberry hall at 7:00
o'clock tonight. This meeting is open
to everyone interested in playground
work, and efforts will be made to get
more men to help in the work which is
being carried on in the city schools.
Speeding Student Fined $10 and Costs
H. S. Robbins, '15, was fined $10.00
and_ costs in Justice W. G. Doty's court
Tuesday afternoon for speeding a mo-
torcycle, in violation of the traffic or-
dinance.

(It's just about time to get an
ELECTRIC FAN to mae
your room cool these, warm
days.
(LThere i~s no use being uncomfortable
when real comfort can be -secured so
cheaply.
Crlave you seen our line? 'Stop in and let
pus show you.

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OF INTERESTtfro WOM[EN

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Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
Cor. Main and William Stu.
Phione 2300

In black and tan calfskin, low broad
and tready soles.

heel s,

Prices $3.50 to $6.00
our styles, distinctly above the ordinary."
State St, Wahr's Shoe 'Stores Mai St,
" Nettleton Shoes"

A program of toasts has been ar-
ranged for the junior-freshman
women's luncheon to be held at the
Union Saturday noon, Margaret Foote,
'15, acting as toastmistress. Dancing
will follow. The committee arks that
tickets, which are 50 cents, be pur-
chased if' possible before Friday noon.
Hockey practice Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 4:00 o'clock on Palmer field.
Entries for tennis must be in today
as the tournament starts tomorrow.
FRESHI DEFEAT TEAM ONt EVE OF
BIG GAMES
(Continued from page 1)
out the two last batters.
The teams linlod up yesterday as fol-
lows: Varsity-Sheehy cf; H-oward lb;
McQueen 2b; Benton rf; Baker ss;

l-ughitt 3b; Labodie 11; lBaer c; Flip-{ MUSIC ANDI R31flN
pier c; Davidson, Sisler and Soudy p. -
Freshmen-M(Conlhy 1; Schmidt 3b; I1 vanhee"
Niemann cf; Lavans lb; Krause c; I'Tho scenes of "Ivanhoe," the w~on-
Taylor rf; Johnson ss; Rowan 2b;
derful flhm production 'which will be
Flynn p.
Tesp~ore follows: piresen ted at the Majestic theatre to-
'tIIPnight and tomorrowU night, are laid
Varsity .........0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 31 near the famous ,Che'pstow Castle at
AllI-Fresh ......1 2 0 0 0 0--3 5 03 Monmouth, an edifice erected nine con-
___ ___- tunies ago. Here were fought the famn-
UNIVERtSIT Y NOTIC'ES ous battle scenes between the Normans
and Saxon s and .here was enacted the
Men's section of the lDcutscher Ver- pathetic love story of Rebecca of York,
(An meets tonight, room 305 University To this spot, therefore, journeyed the
hall, at 8:00 o'clock. TimpCompany when it decided to make
M1embers of the band report tonight.. a moving picture dramatization of
at 7:00 o'clock in Hill° auditorium. Scott's popular novel, thus gaining thie
Choral Union ushers report tonight at ad;vantage of' an absolutely correct heis-
l[ll auditorium for band concert. toric al background.

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O. EIS RAVJING CO.
JOURNALBUlILDING DETROMT.MICHIGAN

AGENTS --Men and Women
Make jo0 per cent. selling Winans
Clothes Line Tightener-newest thing out.
Patented. Sells on sight. Write for par-
ticul ars.
DAVID)GF WORDFN CO.
Water St. Biinghainptcn, N. Y.
WANTED--SALESMEN
Profitable Vacation Rmployment for
Students selling guaranteed household
articles. Last season students made from
$27.00 to 5:40.o() a week. Secure your ter-
ritory now.
NATIONAL CO. 4th St. Newark N.Y.
Students--Make $6.00 per day dur-
ing vacation, selling Noon-Alcoholic
Flavoring in tubes, saves 80 per cent.
Write quick for territory. General
Sales Co., Dept. M., Anderson, Ind.
148-153

The Creys
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
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