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May 19, 1914 - Image 3

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x 2 for 251, THE KN SPW3133T'LE
EARL & WILSON+
!Rakers of TROY'S BEST PRODIUCT

A. MARQUARDT
SCuits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor, Main and liRon --- Over farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

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Scarf slide space
and lock front
ti6B0iiioiiars

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UNITED SHIFT & COLLAR CO. T
HUGHITT FAILS
TAKE JAUNT

ROY o,
EAST
er 'Nott
For

I (ihe

Up Baseball in Orde
Rtisk Tieing Ineligible
Football in Fal

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Walk-Over Shoes
Walk to Main St. and save a dollar

W ILL
YOUT
Walk?

1 Make
Us
d4L K -."'T/ Prove
OJVE ~it

Rubber Sole Leather Tip Oxfords our Price

SPECIAL ' EQUIPMENT FOR

GAS

COOKING

For Fraternity and Club Hiouses
Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
Representative to call andI give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-
uient.'
Washtenaw Gas Comp~any

SISIRI ILLPLAYON N11LII Yesterday's play in the interclass
_ILB WL LA N NIL baseball series eliminated the senior'
""Pomy" lughttVarsty tirdlits and the fresh dents, the former
"Tomy" ughit, arsiy tirdfailing to appear, forfeited to the jun-
baseman, did not go east with the Wol- for engineers, while the latter were de-
verne nine. Although lhaving the con- feated in their second game with the
sent of the faculty of the engineering senior laws by a~ 7 to 4 score. The
departmentI, who passel favorablY up- soph fits made it one apiece ill their
on his eligibility, Hlugh itt decided at series with the fresh medics by win-
the last moment that he would rather ning a 15 to 4 contest.
not risk being ineligible for football The junior law-homeop game, sched-
next' fall, and gave tip the baseball used for today, has been postponed un-I
trip. til tomorrow. There will be no games
As a result the veteran infield will this afternoon.
be broken up, Howard being shifted to - -________
11l uhil t's station on third anfd Captain LOST-Canadian-quarter pin engraved
Sisler appearing on the initial sack. with initials A. 0. C. Finder Please
Tphese men have both played these po- leave at Daily office.
sitions, filling in last year in several-
grameCs owing to injuries to other mem- LOST-Friday p. mn. medium sized
be'rs otf the squad. When Sisler pitch- cameo prized as keepsake. Reward.
es, 1-oward will be at first, and Waltz, Return to Mrs. H. R. Holmes, 1014
taken east in place' of Hughitt, will Cornwall Place. Phone 2475-M.
pathr.[uht'abecfrmthe team will mean that Labadie and LOST-A lady's watch with monogram
Benton will both play regularly in A. L. M. on Ferry field Saturday. Re-
the outfield. ward. Phone 637.
Athletic Director P. 0. Ba telme will- ------ -
leave tonight for the eoast, joining the LOST-The person who took the rain
Michiigan team at-Cornell.. Mr. Bar- coat from the medical building the
telme will arrange for next year's east- other day, was seen when he took the
ern dates while there, and it is under- old'one he left in its place. If he does
stood that he will also sound out the not return the coat soon, his name
eastern authorities on the question of will be given to the police.
summer baseball, which will come up'_________________
before the board of control at the FOR RENT-Apartment in the Cutting
meeting shortly after the return of the after June 1st. Phone 2382.
baseball team.
----- - FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter, new
11USIC AND) DRAMA style, printype. Price is very low.
--- Cash or payments. Mack & Co.
"I)ax-it Copperfield." - - -- --
A mnoving picture production of Dick- The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
ens' masterpiece, "David Copperfield," sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 South
will be the attraction at the Majestic Main St. Tue-Fri
theatre for the first three days of this
week. The dramatization follows The famous Weymann Mandolutes
closely the thread of the story. It tells and Martin Guitars sold at Schaeberle
how David Copperfield, shortly after & Sons Music House, Main St. tf
the death of his beloved father, be--___________
comes aware of the attention of one ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING~.
Mr. Murdock to his mother. His dis- SPRING AN I SUMMER S'TYLES$
pleasure at such attention is markedly- Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
evidenced and as a result, he is dis- Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
patched on a visit to his Aunt Peg- lored.
goty's house in Yarmouth. The story Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
goes on to describe David's rise to Style.
fame and fortune. Three perform- Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Gus-
ances of "David Copperfield" are giv- tom Work.
en daily, at 3:00, 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock ALLENS8 OOD CLOTHES STORE,
resp~ecti vely. Main Street. tf
The Worlds Famous Artists
appear in our city
THIS WEEK
Should you not be able to hear them we can supply you with
VICTOR RECORDS & VICTROLA
so that you can listen to them any time at home.
GRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. Liberty St. Phone 1707

F-.

LARD'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP
The Shop on the way
down town.
214 East Washington Street

G~Orge Bischofi
Florist
220 Chapin Sreet Phone
(hoice curt ffowcrs anid plants.

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