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May 30, 1914 - Image 4

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KODAKS,

FILMS,

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The Shop on the way
down town.
214 East Washington Street
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
101-103-105 South Main Street
Capital, $100, 000

Amateur finishing-
7 19 N. University Ave.

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STYLES
PERFECT FIT

LTS TO ORDIBR ALSO

604 E. Liberty

flared Suits I
$22 and $25 I

ositive saving to you of $5 to $ro and
can give you any fetter fit, workman-
r style.
ring business has increased nearly 50%
eason over last veason. There is a

KEEWATIN STARS
MAY ENROLL HERE'
Unless his present plans fall through,
A. S Robinsdn, the Keewatin "phen-
om" track man will enter the engi-
neering department of the University
next fall. While in Ann Arbor attend-
ing the interscholastic, Robinson had
an interview with the authorities of
the engineering department and stated
that he expected to be on hand for
the fresh track team next yea.
Cantwell, the 440 man from the
same institution expects to come with
his track partner. Goelitz, the Keewat-
in all-around athlete Is considering en-
rolling here, but has not decided def-
nitely as yet.
"Steve" Farrell is over enthusiastic
about the prospects of having Robin-
son to take the places left vacant by
Bond and Seward in the dashes. The
sprinter has a record in the 220 of 20
4-5, which has been recognized by his
section of the A. A. U. In the century
dash the watches have caught him on
several occasions at 9 4-5. Goelitz was
the highest individual point winner at
the interscholastic this year annexing
19 1-2 points in seven events.
A _rumnor has come to the ears of
Farrell that Hoyt the 100-yard man
from Greenfield, Iowa, who won his
racy at Stagg's interscholastic in 9 4-5,
will enter the university in the fall.
Faiious Philosopher to Lecture Here
The Honorable Bertrand Russell,
M. A., F. R. S., of Trinity College,
Ca m bridg;, England, famous philos-
opher and mathematician, will grive a
lecture on "Our Knowledge of the Ex-
ternal World" in the wvest physics lec-
ture room, at 4:15 o'clock, Monday.
Another lecture will be given Tuesday
at the same time and place, on "The
World of Physics and the World of
Sense."

ORPHEUM
Wed. May 27-THE MANSION OF SOBS
Thur. May 28-The Maid of Orleans in
5 parts Joan of Are
Fri. May 29-Van Dye Brooke in
Vitagraph Old Reliable
Sat. May 30-Anita Steward in
Vitaraph Ho never Knew
Mon.-Tues.June 1-2-Mary Pickford in
Tess of Storm Country

220 Chapin Street

Phone 8094L

Choice cut flowers and plants.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00
Capital Stock $50,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MI H
Win. Arnold Win. J. Booth C John Woir Jr.
Vice-Pres. President Cashier
Matinee 25c-35c
25c and3cGIK and5O
Lyman H. Howe
PANAMA CNAL

Surplus and Profits,

In

o*or** "Bl*yoff
Florist

2 HOUR

Prem
The

Adults 15-Chi]
Coming June U
"BATTLE OF THI

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Michigan

SAB
Sheehy cf..........4
Howard lb ........3
McQueen 2b... . ..3
Sisterrf........4
Bakersss...........4
Labadie lf..........4
Waltz, 3b . ..... .4
Baer e.......... .3
Baribeau p........4
Totals ..........33

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

"pop"

722 Monroe
Cigars, Cigaretfes, Toba
Stationary, Candy, Maga:
et^.

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Opp. Huston's

AgeIts for
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Michigan Aggies

SOLE OXFORDS
LADIES AND GENTS

E. Chilton
Hood 3b

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3b ..... 1
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calfskin,

low broad heel s,

Fick ss .3
FlIler 2b...........1
Dodge rf...........
L. Chilton lf ........4
Mogge cf...........2
Bibbins c ..........3
Griggs 1b...........3
Miller p.............3

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ordinary."

r s Shoe Stores MaiS
"Nettleton Shoes"'
4

Totals ..........24 3 5*21 12 6
* Game called in eighth on account
of rain.
Michigan ........0 0 5 2 1 2 0 *-10
M. A. 'C........0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0- 3

HOPPE handles the best cloth bound
"M"9" books in town.
95c and $1.025

All 1911, 1912 and 1913 pictures at]
619 E. LIBERTY

less
ST.

than half

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Tailor for Men
r Spring Suit. British Woolens

$5. to $60.

Detroit

T ,OUSANDS SEE FRESAIME1N PILE
CAPS ON BLAZE ,
(Continued from page 1)
Kenneth Westerman, '14, led the
singing. After the Yellow and Blue,
the snake dance was performed in the
most spectacular manner ever seen on
Palmer field. The shoit dash was
made past the fire, and the new sophs
bolted for the free show at the Majes-
tic.
MICHIGAN HAS CHANCE TO WIN,
SAYS FARRELL
(Continued from page 1)
Ferris has a chance in the broad
jump for one point, but Ufer is an un-
known quantity. Should he place, a.
slight turn of luck might let Michigan
win. Armstrong was eliminated in
the second preliminaries
of the high hurdles,' getting into the
fastest heat. Smith was withdrawn
[from the low sticks, as his chances
look better in the sprints. Brown just
failed to qualify in the broad jump.
Murphy drew third place in his heat
of the half but failed to show.
AGGIES SUFFER SECOND DEFEAT
IN LOOSE GAME
(Continued from page 1)
fashion.
But'despite further effort on the part
of the recuperating visitors, more
scoring was cut off. And then rain
caused Umpire Egan to call the game
in the eighth inning, just after Sheehy
had hit safely.
The score follows:

Sumna'ries: Two base hit-Baker;
three base hit-Labadie; stolen bases
-SIsl.er, Baker, Labadie; struck out-
by Baribeau (Fick 3, Fuller, Bibbins)
by Miller (Sheehy, McQueen 2, Baer,
Baribeau); base on balls--off earl-
beau 4, off Miller 1; sacrifice hits-
Fick, Mogge, McQueen; wild pitches
-Baribeau, Miller; left on bases-
Michigan.3, M. A. C. 8; hit, by pitcher

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-by Baribeau
Egan. Time of
utes.

(Bibbins). Umpire-
game-1 hour 40 min-

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CAMPUS IN BRIEF

our Summer

Vacation

)fit as well as Plea sure

Le Frantz Premier Company
nts a few live, aggressive,
lege men to act as

Y REPRESENTA TIVIE S

-Prof. T. 3f. Iden will give his last
lecture of the year before the Upper
Room Bible class in the Bible Chair
building at 7:00 o'clock tonight. Spe-
cial entertainments are being pln-
ned for the meeting.
-Dr. Mark A. Matthews, of Seattle,,
Wash., pastor of the largest Presby-
terian church in the United States, and
Ex-Moderator of the National Assem-
bly, will be the speaker at the Pres-
byterian church, Sunday evening, at
7:45 o'clock, under thedauspices of the
Union Guild series.
-The Jeffersonian society at its last
regular meeting for the year last night
elected the following to serve during
the first semester of next year: Pres-
ident, Walter I. McKenzie, '15L, vice-
president, James T. Sloan, '15L, secre-
tary, W. M. Brucker, '16L, treasurer,
Walter E: Morris, '16L, oratorical del-
egate, W. J. Goodwin, '16L.
-1. It Ballentine, '16, was elected as-
sistant manager of the musical clubs
for next year, by the executive com-
mittee, yesterday.

m inDetroit for
ATHLETICS,
KODAHS,
CUTLERY,
GUNS9
FISHING TACKLE ETC.

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Michigan's Oldest

Sporting Goods ยง tore

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next year's
ises write
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home or in some other
city of your choice, is
practically up to you.
Write today for fu'll par-
ticulars about our col-
lege men's proposition;
giving age, home and
address, and class will
help greatly. Act

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Corner Congress & Woodward

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The best Gargoyle of the year is out
today. .It's a bargain at 15 cents.

Films developed, 53c per roll. m
made oi Cyko paper. Hoppe.

k IS interesting
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ion attractive

opportunity a
as the man'

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A Well Made Suit
is an important part of being
well-dressed-
A good appearance is of
course necessary, but perman-
ent satisfaction can only be
had when the garment is well
made.
Our coatmakers are experts
in heir line and dothe work
in our own shop.

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Granger's will continue their Wed-
nesday night assemblies thru the sum-
mer school, from 9-12, with Fischer's
orchestra. 50 cents per couple. tf

Save part of your r
home by buying bags ai
at F. Wilkinson, 325 S.
phone 24-J.

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prompt ly so we can
give you the territory
t you desire.

you work

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SEN IORS
CAR DS NOS
LET US LOAD YOUR KODAK
We Sell the Con Proof Blue Boo

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Frantz Premier Company

Power Block

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Importing
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