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May 09, 1913 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-05-09

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TRY. MIUUX(GAN DAILY.

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just stylish
correct in style
To just offer you stylish clothing
would be easy for us but would soon
set you doubting the value of our
store service.
We study the difference between
style and correct style so that you
may feel secure in any selection
yon may make here.
There is an individuality in the
- styles of Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes
that pleases the critical buyer--a
glance at yourself in a Stein-Bloch
Spring suit, before our big mirrors,
explains why.
dnsclimitt, Apfel & Company
OUR Telephone 716-J 4
RM CLOCKS and you will get to you classes on time
rs right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweltr

VARSITY LOSES HARD CAME AND)
CA.TCHIER R10ERS.
(Continued from page 1.)
Syracuse took the lead in the third
inning when two errors and a hit pro-
duced two runs. Michigan came back
with one in the fourth on a hit and
two errors. The visitors tallied twice
in the seventh on two errors and a
similar number of hits and once more
in the ninth although they didn't real-
ly need it. Michigan theatened several
times but excellent pitching by the
tall Mr. Nichols, and good work by his
team mates prevented any more Wol-
verine counters.
Syracuse will play here again Sat-
urday, and Michigan is out for an
even break. Ssler will pitch, and as
the Orangemen havo saved D nSilva
for this game, it should be a co:ntest to

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ATB3 T9 e'AI) A( AINST

' t(ontinured(1from p age 2)
The city health officer and the civic
assoe:ation have beca agitating the
matter for some time, and the recent
death of A. J. Irumeier, due to]
eating hamburg steak has given an
added impietus to the ovem ci1ent.
The new ordinance will provide for
e appointment of a resident munici-
l:ai meat inspector, whose duties wviii
occupy his entire time. Al slaughbter-
rug in the city must be done in the
mm icipal station, and all3i at enter-
n e city must japs a rigid exam!-
ion bef'ore it can be placed oan sale.
The plant will consist of a complete
laboratory for scientific analysis and
inspection of all meats.
'The municipal meat inspecting
plant," said Ir. J. A. Wessinger, city
health oicer, "is for the protection
of *,hoimarIkets as well, as for their
control. The butchers here are not en-
tirely to blame. Many of the evils are
due to huckstering, and the practice
of buying lrge quantities of meat by
the small dealers and lunch counters."
An inspector from the state dair
and food departmient was here yester-
day inspecting conditions at the local!
boarding houses, as a result of the
recent Brummeler case. The work was
done independently of the municipali
authorities, and as far as known no
nfavorable conditions were found.
ANNIJL PARADE.

Big Special Sale of No. 2A
Brownie Cameras
Wednesday morning we will have placed on sale, 50 brand
new No. 2A Brownie Cameras at $3.oo each.
These Cameras are positively the very best value of the
whole Kodak line. They make pictures 2Y2 by 4Y4, have uni-
versal focus, use the speed fi'm and are guaranteed to give per-
fect satisfaction. With tach Camera will go an agrc(EneUt to
allow at any time within one year, $2.50 (providing the camera
is in reasonably good order) toward the purchase of any
Kodak.
Buy one of these and learn how to take good pictures.
LYNDON

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Telphone 458

719 N. University

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suit the most rabid fan.
Syracuse.
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Agnew cf.........4
Muskif............4
Decker 2b ..........4
Newhart rf .........4
Foley lb...........4
Carling 3b4........4
Giles ss ...........3
Farber c ..... ..3
Nichols p..........3

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AIM

The Success of Your Pa.
Depends Upon Your
P ROC R A MS

An artistic program, worth keeping
will be treasured by your guests and
bring back fond recollections many
years after your party has been for-
gotten. We make the kind that are
worth keeping.

Art Store
nd Framing

Reasonable Prices,
Prompt Service and
Good Workmanship-.,

I We Make Old Hats New

Totals..........33 5
Michigan.
ABR
Black if .........2 9
aker ss, 3b ... 4 0
Bell if...........4 0
S sler lb...........4 0
Rogers c......... 2 1
Gory rf..........1 0
Webber rf, c......4 0
McQueen 2b ........2 0
Hughitt 3b.........1 0
Duncanson ss .:.....1 0
Baribeau p .........3 0
:*Stewart ..........1 0
**Howard.........1 0

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PANAMA, SOFT, DERBY
or STRAW

CLEANED AND BLOCKED

THE BEST SHOE SHINE SHOP
301 1-2 S. STATE STREET
N e x t to W a g n e r s
TUTTLE'S

ON STATE STREET

We Serve Hot

Lunches

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r Shirts

Totals..........30 1 5 27 16 I
* Hit for Hutghitt in sixth.
* Hit for Baribeau in ninth.
Syracuse..B...0e 200 0 201-5
Michigan ...... .00 01 00 0 00-1
Summ.a-ies: Stolen bases-Musk 2.
Sisler, Rogers, Cory, Webber 2; sac-
rifice hits; Agnew, Musk, Black;
struck out-by Nichols 5; by Baribean
8; base on balls-off Nichols 5, off
Baribeau 1; double plays-Baker to
McQueen to Sisler, Giles to Foley;
passed ball-Webber; hit by pitcher-
Nichols, Farbey; time 2:10; umpire--
York.
TO HOLD ANUAL VARSITY CUP
DEBATE IN U. HALL TONI(IT,.
(Continued from page 1.)
Laidlaw, '14L. The Adelphi team,,
conquerors of the df the Alpha Nu
men, is made up of N. H. Goldstick,
'15, I. Becker, '15, and H. D. Parker,
15.
Prof. Trueblood has been coaching
the Jeffersonians, and Paul B. Blan-
shard, '14, he Adelphi team. For the
firts time in the history of these con-
tests, the debate will be- held in Uni-
versity Hall instead of one of the law
lecture rooms.
WILL ISSUE BULLETIN ON
NEW COURSE IN EMBALMING
A bulletin will be issued at the end
of the week by the graduate depart-
ment about a new course in embaln-
ing and sanitation, which will be
taught by an instructor to be appoint-
ed. The purpose of the new course is
to give instruction to professional em-

(' Contiued from ge 1.
be ; ' .lgpoeiorhat to thle gyin na-
;tms, nd then west on North Uni-
versity to the law building where the
classes disbanded after being photo-
raphed on the grandstand in front of
:he law building. The circuit describ-
ed on the campus by the promenaders
was a complOee "A."
HoldAllSnior Sing.
Hundreds of people gathered in
front of Memoria1 hall last night to
hear the first all senior sing of the
r out eors artiipated
an:d wereoassisted b1y the gEe and
mando in clubs of the university.
LOST
Lt-"Au to-filler" fountain pen, 337
East Jefferson or call Saur, 811-L.
155-6
Lost-Wi11 person who got wrong rain
coat with tan gloves at reception
Saturday night kindly phone 355.
155
FOR SALE.
For Sale-I offer my residence, 1009
Cornwell Place for sale. Inquire of
Wirt Cornwell. 152-7
WANTED.
Wan itd-Students to inspect the best
X25.00 bycycle made. See it at H. L.
Switzer Co., 310 State.
Thur. Fri. Sat.
Wanted-Six men or women teaching
experience preferred, to work in
Knoxville, Tenn., under leadership
of Prof. Gardiner on an educational
work, Guaranteed salary. Call
359-L for interview. 155-7
Want d-A t ravelling partner for a
youn lady, educational work. Sal,

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LVELAND
BUFFA LO
FA LLS I

T H CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
p-ndry r vacation on the Great Lakes, the most economical and enjoyable outing in
America
No matter to what point you want to go, use D. & C.
,' i aw $v Lne Steaers operating to allimportantprs
Daiy sr ceb teen Detrit and Buffalo, May let to November 1et. City of
Detro3t i d City of C eveland II, two of the largest side wheel steamers in the world,
othsdso Juyth to September I0th. Daily service'between Detroit and
Clov ind Apil 15,11 to December I1st. During July and August two boats out of
Der d Cevelad every Saturday and Sunday night.
Four trip skl between Toledo, D^troit, Mackinac Island and way ports. Ten
Day Stopover aIcwed at Alpena either direction on tourist tickets without additional
coL. Daly :rvice betvecn Toledo, Cleveland and Put-in-Bay.
Special Steamer cloveand to Mackirac Island, two trips weekly, June 15th to
S r h.toppng only at Detroit every trip and Coderich, Ont, every Monday
upeond Ra dSa-1ray daw- bound.
Spcal Day r _ s betwreen DLetroi t rnd Cleveland, During July and August
Tuesda~y, Weceaday, Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, wednesday,
ursday and Frry cut of Clevoland.
' R~AII, tOAD T'gIC KET)c3 VIIILABL:-Tickets reading via any rail
d uf a Detroit and Cleveland will be honored
for trasportation on D. & C. L inc Steamers in either direction.
Send 2 cent starmp for lilusr ted Pamphlet and Great Lakes MaP.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
t P Il~la I H. c U"'an., Pres.
p..Scants, -. an d GenI'l Mgr.
Detrfoit & Cleveland
}N avigati Company
fie

OLEIDO
PORT HURON
.+G ODERICH

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Stationers
Printers

MAYER--SCHAIRER COMPANY

Binders
112 S. Main St.

1 assortment of sizes and patterns in both
hs, of the Longfellow Shirt. They
style with both starched and soft cuffs.
ws for displays of this exclusive shirt, or
ow you the entire line.

L

i& COMPANY

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342 S. State Street

V. D. and Lewis Summer Underwear.

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OU will find a
correctness in

delightful lot of
our Sprin and

Summ~er

Suits for men and

versit I-abustcd - ibore
Press Building---Maynard Street

young men, and even greater
delight in our modest prices. A

will offer a.

balmers so that they may pass the ary. all 600 . Liberty. 155-7
state board of examinations. - --
The bulletin will also explain a For Music and all Musical Instru-
course in anatomy, which will be meats visit Sebaeberle and Son's Mus-
taught by J. H. Stokes; a course in ic HI-ouse. tf
bacteriology, by J. F. Morgan, assist- -
ant in bacteriology; and a course in lpen every evering until 9:30. Sun
chemistry, by assistant Professors W. days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
J. Hale and W. G. Smeaton of the only. Lyndon's Kodaks, films, filash-
chemistry department. lights, 719 N. University. Sun Fri

visit should convince you.

$15.00 to $30.00

SPECIAL PRICE

Hats, Caps, and Gents Furnishings

on

Michigenda, Culture, Koanzaland,
Crimson Chest and Awakenedj
Rameses.

Doctors to Return This Morning.
.S .V .-IQ puv u'gnenA "0 A uleo(
Warthin, of the medical department,
will return from the meetings of the
American Medical association at
Washington, D. C., this morning.

Beautiful leather bound books for
gifts at Fosters.
Reach and "Ty Cobb" baseball goods
at 1. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Wed Fri Sun-tf

WADHAMS

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COMPANY

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SCORES AND SHEET MUSIC

121-123 S. Main St.

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TOILET SOAPS,

Cool Drinks at
Our Fountain

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Pharmacy

Co.

SHAVING SOAPS
and all necessities our spe=
cialtv. Prices the lowest.

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Phone 416

f-kIor(4-

1219 S. University Ave.

Iot Weather

GOULDING & WIKEL, Proprietors
"We insist on sati

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