THE MIOHlUAN DAILY
Duck and. Flannel Trousers,
- Tennils and Golt Shirts
EVERYTHING" THAT IS' NEW
Fine English and Scotch "Woolens will
be found this Spring, for the first time,
in the medium as well as higher priced
Stein-B-loch Smart Clothes.
The new Tariff nfakes this possible.
Closeness to the foreign markets makes
the Stein-'Block showing most compre-
henisive. Why not take the tip?
Balmnacaans in all thle sew colors.
Season 1914=---Now on display
here ready for your
THE. NEW BALMACAN
The outer garment fad @1fthe Hour
I Cor. State and William Sts.I
Clothiers and, Furniishers
THE LONG GRIND
willl be past Insesveun *eeks nr#yo
THEN H BOME
Before you go, you will ated light dry goods for tlie Sumiaer.
Vou can buy
Scarf slide space
and lock front
at our store.
H. S. PINNEY (a CO. 614 E. uLbecty ot.
The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty
(Jldest 8mad it '4m'7erQ
UNITED SHIRT & COLLAR CO. TRo-4..
TENNIS MEN WIN
(Special to The Michigan Daily)
WEST PILADELPHIA, PA., May
1(1.-Michigan beat the Lafayette col-
lege tennis team today, 5 matches to 1,
in the Wolverine's third contest of
their presnt eastern trip. The Michi-
gan men took both doubles matches,
losing only one of the four singles.
D~euce sets marked stiff battles in sev-
The scores follow : Singles-Reindel
(M) defeated Pardee (.L) 2-6, 9-7,
6-3; Andrews (M) defeated Burns (L)
6-4, 6-4; Wils~n (M) defeated Kel-
ler (L) 8-6, 6-04; Speidel (L) defeat-
ed Hall (M) 8-19, 6-3,-6-4. Doubles
.-Wilson and .Reindel (M) defeated
Pardee and Burns (L) 6-2,,6-2; An-
drews land Hall _(M) defeated Keller
and Speidel, 7-5, 4-6, 6-0.
The victorious Michigan quartette
left for Washington, D. C., where they
will meet Georgetown university to-
Phi Beta Kapp'a
Everything new In Spring Suits and Overcoats,
Spring Neckwear,. Spring Underwear, Immense
showing in Spring Manhattan Shirts.
It is high time for a new Spring Hat, and you
can't use too much care in choosing I t. Pick
yours here and your can be sure it's absolutely
right in every respect.
THE BIG S'TORE COR. WASHINGTON and MAIN
Reule, Conlin & Fiegdl
IAll, Wc Kno
of is the, BE~
Goody solid reasons why you
shudby your je-welry from us
wlbefund by looking through
u f todaeshdsrbegosin style and honest in
SCHIADER ER & SEYFRIED
13 E. Liberty St°
WAI KING LO
Conte tip and T ry
George's Chop Suey'
Delicious Chinese and.-tncrican Dishes.
thing new in
Ready~to =wea r
Tli( store that always hreal. you.fNi r
124 South Main
J. Hi. Lambert, the
well known shoe repair
man,, has opened a
coambination shoe re-
pairing and clothes
301 S. State St.
Buy your key of Arnold
& Co., Jewelers, M ai1n
Street. They have made
them for several years.
Their keys are -, 4k gold,
finely made, prices lower
than some others. Orders
may be left now for de-
livery ,upon issuance of
the proper certificate from
the Secretary. See th e
ROW E'S LAUNDRY
406 DETROIT STREET
The Link between Colleges and toi
on State Street
We Serve -Mot Lu nch4
220 S. Main St.
* OF INT'EREST TO WOMEN
He still continues his
(XiWPITS IN BRIEF
Fresh and Salt Meats
fine lot at Palms andferns for ecorating
Car. 12th 5t, and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 1 15
PORK, HAM POULTRYEtc.
Bell Pihons 2294
212 P1.4th Ave.
--' toe exhi!Wt of paintings by Nosef
(,c nisekl, which is now being shown in
Alumni Memorial hall, will remain un-
til the first of next week, when it will
be taken to Detroit.
'l~ire ann iul dinner of local Tau Be-
taPi men will be held at the Union at
6:00 o'clock tonight.
-'Hore tlitn3:200 prescripionts hale
been filled by the nniversity health
service pharmacy in the chemistry
building so far this year.
-IE leven cavndfilates have answered
the call of Manage,(r Wilson Shafer, of
the 1915 Musical clubs, for tryouts for
the assistant managership of the or-
Iganization for the year 1915-191Q.
Professor Stanley Leal-es Fo r France
fProf. A.A. Stanley, head of the school
of music, will leave today for, Paris,
where he will attend an international
munsical conference. H Ie expects to re-
turn in September, after a trip through
F~ranca, Germany and England.
We are the First to show the new Tartan
and see the different
t s 0 * " " " f 0 " t
University women will hold their an-
nual field day celebration on Palmer
fie ld from 2:00 to 6:00, o'clock Satur-
day afternoon. A number of inter-class
contests will be held, including base-
ball at 2.30 o'clock, hockey, at 3:30,1
general sports at 4:30. The finals
in tennis will also be played.
A number of feature contests have
been arranged, which all women may
enter. These include: 40 yard dash,
potato race, baseball throw, basketball
throw, relay race, obstacle race, run-
ning broad jump, and a -wand race,
(walking). Each woman may enter
four events, and points will be award-
ed, the winner of the largest number to
receive* a small silver cup, bearing a.
The day will close with a picnic sup-
per at 6:00 o'clock. During the after-
noon refreshments will be sold on the
grounds. Spectators, men as well as
women, are cordially invited.
Mrs. Lucy Stebbins, dean of women
at the University of California, is visit-
ing Ann Arbor for a few days.
Independent women not living in
league houses will meet at 4:00 o'clock
next Monday afternoon in Barbour
gy mnasium, to elect a, representative to
the women's league board for the com-
Miss Laura Post, 1003 Oakland Av-
enue,.will be at home to college women
fromk 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock this after-
Cancel Soccer Tilt With Battle Creel:
Intramural Director Rowe yesterday
received word from Battle Creek that
the soccer game, scheduled for Friday,
May 22, with the university squad, had
1,rieketers Will Stage Game Saturday
Two cricket teams, composed mostly
of Englishmen, will be picked by rival
captains to play a game next Saturday
on Ferry field. The men have been
practicing daily and a good ;game is
If everybody could do just what everybody
else could, there would be nothing doing
in the Stadium!
MAX P. KRUTSCH
1 17 E. Liberty St.
College fellows will remember the first appear-
ance of Fatima Cigarettes in the, college towns
A few years back-you spontaneously realized
that here was a smoke some better than the
others. And today, the biggest selling. cigarette
E N-GRAVI1N G
Don't Wait-Now is the Time to Place
Syour Order for those Engraved Cards
which you Will need In a few weeks
Styles and Quality of Workmanship
THEAE R-SCAIRIER COn.
STATIONER S--PR INTERS-BINDERS
112 South Main Street
Chess and Checkers club will elect
officers for the ensuing year at the
meeting to be held at the Union at
7 :30 o'clock tonight.
--Juistice E.F. Johnson, '89, of the :Phil-
ippines, will lecture on the "Adminis-
tration of Law in the Philippines,"
room G,law building,4 :00 o'clock today.
All interscholastic tryouts meet at
the athletic association office this af-
ternoon at 5:00 o'clock. Important.
band rehearsal tonight at 7 :00 o'clock
sharp, in U. Hall.
Final trials for the cast of the. Sen-
ior women's play will be held this af-
ternoon from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Forestry club business meeting at
7 :.30 o'clock tonight in the club rooms,
new engineering building. Important.
in America ! The pure, good, choice tobacco in
the plain Fatima pauckage surely carries weight
winth the smokers of America. (omit the col--
lege yell). -
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GHECIGARTTES of 15
You do NOT..
GambleC 6t '
when you buy 6 a
rubber soled foot-m
SAVE !YOUR WTO! I1 -Watches
immediately to Haller Jeweolry Co., for
examination and repairs.
Rewvard offered for the return of the
Balmacaan taken from the law library
Monday, May 18. Edward Roffman, 200
X. Ingalls. 164
Thie famous 1Xte1'inai~n Mandlolutes
and Martin Guitars sold at Scellberle
& Sons Music flouse, Mlain St. tf
Best shine at French Parlors on Llb-
erty just; off State. Step in.
When In Want
of anything i the realm
Of Music, call on us.
Get our prices and terms on P IAN OS---
Weyman Mandolutes, Mandolins,
Guitars, and their acce ssories at very
lowest, prices. See our stock before
purchasing. Grinnell Taros. 120 and
122 F. Liberty St.
wear from me.
Because my better
grades of rubber soled shoes and oxfords are made for me by
a factory that has made a specialty of this class of footwear
fikr the past ten years (originators of the thin leather toe splice). I have
sold them here for the past eight years and have the exclusive sale torAnu
Arbor. NOTHING BETTER REGARDLESS 07 PRICE .
119 East Liberty Sot.
120"-122 E. Liberty St.
See Erinnell Bros. space for Spe-
ciml z3ds : It may interest you. tf
Phone 1 707-