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February 26, 1913 - Image 4

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THE R'ICHIGAN DAILY

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DETROIT
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS

MY LE Announicement

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Jewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity Jewelers
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

Buy your Spring Suit early and get first choice.
Our new Spring Woolens of the coming Season are
exclusive and will not be duplicated.
F. A. MYLES, 607 E. Williams St.

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A New Bunch
of this popular English Last. The
detail on this shoe is complete.
OUR BILEST SELLER

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State Street
Sigrh of the B I White Shoe

STAGE TWO GAMES
OF BASKETBALL.
(Continued from page 1)
by both teams in their wild passing
and frequent fumbling.
Another double-header is on the
boards for this evening when the '14
and '13 engineers hook up, and the
'15 laws meet the dents.
The summaries, first game:
1913 Lits 1914 Lits
Spring........... L.F. ........ hite
Doty............ R.F. .. .Westerman
Uhlmacher .......C. ... .... Vabitz
Schoeffel ......... R.G........ Weber
Nicholson ......... L.G. ......Wuif,
Pierce
Final score-1913, 23; 1914, 11.
Field goals-Spring, 4; Doty 1; Uhl-
macher, 3; Schoeffel, 1; Nicholson, 2;
Vabitz, 2; White 2, Pierce, 1. Fouls-
Nicholson, 1; White, 1. Referee-
"Johnny" Lavans. Halves-20 min-

(Continued from page 1.)
instance of supposedly resultant er-
ror? (I refer, of course, to Detroit pa-
pers, as did he.)
I make no endeavor to speak for a
type of journal of less dignity and in-
tegrity than that for which I work;
but the communicant knows, and I
know, and all newspapermen know
that state editors have too much work
to do to spend their time in fantastic
imagining.
No story that was printed, the com-
municant notwithstanding, was "en-
tirely without the province" of the
correspondents. It is, first, the busi-
ness of the correspondent to state the
facts, when using the telephone; sec-
ond, to leave nothing to the "imagina-
tion" of the state editor; third, to in-
sist that the truth be printed when at-
tributed to him. I do not believe any
correspondent in Ann Arbor was the

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Theater Cornique
Fisher & Mead, Props.
WEDN SDAY,FEB. 26
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Carl Hajenbeck-We ,Jlace Shows
4000 feet of film. The most novel and realistic production ever shown
in moving pictures. So real you taste the red lemonade and smell the
sawdust.
ADMISSION 5c and 10c CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE 12 A. M. TO 11. P. M.

for est %awn tca lRoom
ORDERS TAKEN FOR BANQUETS
Open SundaysN

victim of a state editor; but, were I
mistaken in this, I should at least re-
quest to be informed if any such cor-
respondent laid his resignation upon
the table of the managing editor when
he was so insulted as to have his re-
port magnified. Any man who would
permit the university to be maligned,
and continue to hold office with and
receive pay from such an offending
newspaper would be equally culpable
with the editor who garbled his report
He could not, in legal phraseology,

CARRIOK THEATRE
DETROIT
H. H. FRAZEE Presents
The Silver Wedding
With THOMAS A. WISE
"come into court wit4 clean hands."
But still I ask, why did the next even-
ing's paper bear the worst accounts
of the fracas?
LEE A. WHITE, '10.

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1915 Eng.
Foltz.............L.F.
Siser.......... R.F.
DuPree........... C..
Wilson........... L.G.
MacDonald....... R.G.

1916 Eng.
......Dillman
.Smith
......,..Berry
......Miller,
Headman
.R. Smith

est Ave.

Phone 1238-JI

he " TIFFANY " Pip.
"All that the name implies"
LVIS ( KONOLD, Agts. 701 Packard

IVED

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The Royal Tailors Samples
FOR SPRING
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM
UITS, $16.00 to $35.00.
VERY PATTERN GUARANTEED ALL WOOL
he Campus Bootery
308 South State Street

Final score-1915E, 24; 1916E, 16.
Field goals-DuPree, 3; Foltz, 2;
Sisler, 4; Wilson, 1; McDonald, 2 ; Dill-
man, 2; Smith, 1; R. Smith, 2; Miller,
1. Fouls-Berry, 4. Referee-"John-
ny" Lavans. Halves-20 minutes.
R. I. SNADJR, '11, TO REPORT
NAP'S SPRING TRAINING TRIP
In the capacity of sport represen-
tative for the Cleveland "Plain Deal-
er," Robert I. Snadjr, a student in the
law department of the University of
Michigan last year, accompanied the
Cleveland baseball team on their
spring training trip. Snadr was a
member of last year's baseball squad
and accompanied the team on its east-
ern trip, playing in the infield. He in-
tended returning this year to continue
his law course but was offered this
position, and is at present with: the
"Naps" in Pensacola, Florida.
APPOINTMENT COMMITTEE TO
RECEIVE FUTURE TEACHERS
All Candidates for Positions as
Teachers Should Fill Out
Location Blank.
The teachers appointment commit-
tee will receive all students who in-
tend to teach english, rhetoric, or
elocution this afternoon from 2:00
to 4:00 o'clock, in its office in Tap-
pan hall. All prospective teachers
who have not yet called at the com-
mittee offices are urged to do so to-
morrow afternoon.
It is very important that all candi-
dates for teaching positions fill out
and leave with the committee a sen-
ior location blank so the committee
can tell by examining it where to lo-
cate any student.
The informal receptions planned for
this week have attracted a large num-
ber of students, the offices being
crowded nearly the whole afternoon.

In the game - in the

wherever you happen to be, your
attire must be' appropriate to the
occasion. There'll be an absence of
"ups and lowns" in college and
an. social circles if you

The Crowd Has Its Eye on You.

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Have Us Tailor Your
TO Order.

Clothes

T'heyll be made up in the very
'Ccst fashion, to suit your indi-
vidual needs, yet the prices gill
meet with your approval. Our
Spring woolens Ere being sh ow by

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art, Schaffner

Our local dealer, who will send us your correct measure.

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Largest tailors in the world of
GOOD made-to-order clothes

Suits for Spring
A re HERE

Pr"ce Building

Chicago, U. S. A.

LUTZ
Clothing Store
217 South Main

Oratorical Entries Close Saturday.
All men intending to enter the Ham-
ilton Oratorical contest must have
their orations in the hands of the com-
mittee by Saturday. There are now
sufficient entries to insure a contest,
which will be held Tuesday evening,
March 4; but other contestants will
be admitted as late as Saturday.
Orations should be handed to W. W.
Schroeder, '14, or to R. K. Immel. They
must be on subjects of a political soci-
ological, or economic subject; and
speeches which have nevt been used in
another contest.

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