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May 21, 1914 - Image 4

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. THUk MICHIGAN DAILY.

SPRING CLOTHES

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LYNDON'S
KODAKS,
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MAJESTICTheatre
Cool?8 Yes!

The Best Cure for that "Spring Fever" is a

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THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY

STARTING TODAY

MALCOLM
Tailored Suit -W

Amateur finishing
719 N. UnIversiiy Ave.

Matinees 3 to 5

Nights 7 to 10

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NOBBY FABRICS
SNAPPY STYLES
PERFECT FIT

SHiRlTS TO ORDER ALSO

J. K. MALCOLM, 604 E. Liberty
Royal Tailored Suits
at $18, $20, $22 ana $25

ALL-FRESH MEET
CITY LADS TODAY'
Michigan's first all-fresh baseball
team will make its debut on Ferry field
this afternoon with the University of
Detroit as its opponent. The game will
start promptly at 4:05 o'clock.
Coach Lavans has his charges in
shape for the fray, and although his
proteges have not benefitted through
real contests with other schools, they
have learned much from their daily
sessions with the Varsity, and appear
equal to the occasion this afternoon.
The yearlings made their propitious
start at the expense of the Detroit
University nine on May 9 on the lat-
ter's grounds, and no one entertains
the hope of anything but success this
afternoon. In their former clash, Mc-
Namara was on the mound for the
freshman and proved his superiority
to Marshke who twirled for the De-
troiters. The pitching selections to-
day favor both of these men to renew'
hostilities at the start, while Coach La-
vans has Payette and Flynn to fall
back on in caseMcNamara should en-
counter an off day.
To Exhibit Bridge Tournament Steins.
The steins which were awarded to
the players securing high score in the
recent Union bridge tournament are
now on exhibition at the Union., The
winners of the prizes are Russell Neil-
son, '14, and Thomas Caley, '14L.

ORPHEUM
Wed. May 20-
The Refrigerator
Car's Captive
Thur. May 21-Big Comedy BiU, featur-
ing Ford Sterling in
Zuzu, the Band
Keystone Comnedy Leader
Fri. May 22, Mary Fuller in (3rd series
Dollie of the Dailies)
A Matter of Dress
Pathe Weekly
Man.-Tues., May 25.6-Burr McIntosh
in IN M IZZOU RA
Only Prices
wanesy R I C Soc to 00
wee GdayIoOrchestra
and Saturday Seats $1 50
The Blue Bird
trounced by both Cornell and Pennsy,
the Princeton men are expected to
present a formidable front. Lund-
gren last year coached the Princeton
Freshmen and for this reason unusual
interest attaches to the battle. Prince-
ton walloped Michigan last year Ntith
Sisler in the box and the tourists are
out for revenge.
The score:

With Wallace Eddinger,
Elita Proctor Otis
and great cast

Photo drama In
6 - Acts --
250 - Scenes - 256
$ 25,000 PRODUCTION
The Famous Daly Theatre Success-
2 years in London
S year in tew York
6 months in BostonI
and every large city in America.

Daniel V Arthur presents
The Great Diamond

Robbery

mean a positive saving to you of $5 to $io and
no one can give you any better fit, workman-
ship or style.
Our tailoring business has increascd nearly 5o0o
this season over last season. There is a
good reason.

Adults 15c-Children e( BS 25
COMING--Next Mon,-Tues,-Wed.'ANTONY and CLEOPATRA'
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agents foa
.ternational
tailoring Co.

Campus Bootery
Opp. Huston's

Agents for
ROYAL
TAILORS

There is a shop,
Proprietor "Pop; "
Serves things to eat
Both good and sweet
Will tteat you right
Morn, noon and night

"POP" BANCROFT
722 Monroe
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco
Stationary, Candy, Magazines
'ete,

LUBBER

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FOR LADIES AND GENTS

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

CAMPUS IN BRIEF

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Sheehy cf...........5
Howard lb ..........5
McQueen 2b .......2
SislerIf..........3
Baler ss..........3
Labadie rf -....3
Waltz 3b..........
Baerc.............4
Ferguson p .........3

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Iis no disgrace to
and trouble if you do not sacri-
fice the quality of your work.

Prices $3.50 to $6.00

cur styles distinctly

above the ordinary."

StateSt. Wahr's Shoe Stores ManSt,
"Nettleton Shoes'
Sto p ot the Crest
The New PI a ea
Ice Cream Candy Light Lunches
We make our own candy
302 S. Main St. Near Liberty

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Your Summer Vacation

-The members of the Deutscher Ver-
ein will elect officers for next year at
a general meeting at 8:00 o'clock to-
morrow night, in the Verein room.
MICHIGAN WINS CLOSE CONTES'I
FROM CORNELL
was enough tallies to win.
Michigan counted in the first when
Sheehy, first up, singled and went to
second when Keating fumbled. Captain
Sisler, playing in the hard luck which
has attended his sessions at the plate
on the trip, forced Sheehy out at third.
But a minute later Howard came home
on a wild pitch. Further scoring
looked certain when Baker was given
his free pass to first, but in the pinch
Labadie whiffed.
In this same inning Cornell's scor-
ing machine seemed about to count
with a double steal, but Howard whip-
ped the ball to Baer in time to nip
Donovan coming in from third.
In the fifth the Wolverines put their
other two men over the home plate.
With two out McQueen smashed out the
sesond Michigan safe hit, going to sec-
ond on Russell's error and to third on
a pased ball. Captain Sisler was given
life at first on Keating's bad throw
which should have resulted in the
third out. He stole second, and then
Baker clouted out the third and last
hit made by the winners, it resulting
in two runners crossing the pan.
Cornell threatened in the fourth but
a double play with Howard and Baker
in the stellar roles, balked them. In
their eighth they counted a single tally
on two hits, only to be blocked in
their attempts to tie up the game in
the last inning.
The Wolverines left tonight for
Princeton where Baribeau is schedul-
ed to work against the Tigers. Though

AB R
Schirrick c..........5 0
Donovan 2b........2 1
Bills ss...........3 0
Grossman rf........4 0
Adair 3b ...........3 0
Taber lf............3 0
Halstead of.........4 1
Keating lb.........4 0
Russell p ..........3 0
* Regan ............1 0

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compare, also, the time. spent
and your own state of mind
and body. You will be con-
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to do without an
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Let us provide you with one.

32 2 5 27 9 3

Totals......

Totals..........31
Cornell

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pleasure to you

The Outlook Company
is desirous -of securing a limited number
of college men as exclusive represen ta-

*,Regan batted for Russell in ninth.
Michigan .......1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-3
Cornell .........0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-2
Sacrifice hit-McQueen; stolen bas-
es-Sisler 2, McQueen, Labadie, Waltz,
Grossman, Adair; double plays-How-
ard-Baker; struck out-by Ferguson
3, by Russell 11; bases on balls--off
Ferguson 2, off Russell 6; hit by,pitch-
ed ball-Russell, Ferguson; wild pitch
-Russell; passed ball-Schirrick;
left on bases-Michigan 7, Cornell 9.
Time of game 2 hours. Umpire-Lush.
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people. You can secure subscriptions
from your own circle of acquaintances.
The work is pleasant and the remu-
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A Well Made Suit
is an important part of being
well-dressed-
A good appearance is of
coursenecessary, but perman-
ent satisfaction can only be
had when the garment is well
made.
Our coatmakers are experts
in their line and do the work
in our own shop.

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