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May 17, 1913 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Now is the Season for

cite Serge and Flannel

TROUSE

We have a. the paterns shown by most woolcn hotises.
It will B to your advantage to s e tLm. T hty aie piiccd
right, and when Malcolm makcs 3ou a tiouoer, tLe fit and
style is assured. We are sicvtiig a fine Summer B'ne
Serge at twenty-thlee dollars-- fcr ibe hot d4ys. E p in
and gee the line..

J. Karl Malcolm,

Liberty St.

Malcolm Block

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The perfect food for Infants. Crush a rusk, soak with boiling water and
sweeten. Infants thrive on it. I Oc the Package at all grocers.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY
Holland, Michigan
ARBOR HOME BAKERY Distributors.
* CARDS -PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
G0NWRITE
FOR
SAMPLES
IN G GREGORY MAYER & THOM Co. DETROiT.ricii
u"R N I G U E P K N A
~arefully and economically
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MEDIC NO D[TT[R
DanaA.Iagedorn, 114M who was
stricken with paralysis of the right
side of his body while sitting in the
Nu Sigma Nu fraternity house after
lunch Wednesday has shown no de-
cided improvement, and his condition
remains about the same, according to
the physicians at the University hos-
pital where he was taken following
the attack. Previous to the affliction
Hagedorn had complained of a slight
illness for a week.
The parents of the stricken student,
Dr. and Mrs. Hagedorn of Lansing ar-
riVed in Ann Arbor Thursday and are
with hinm constantly.
TWO REHEARSALSCALLED
FOR CHICAGO OPERA TRIP
MIeetings Will Be Held Wednesday and
Thursday to Perfect Roles;
Seat Sale at Union.
Rehearsals for "Contrarie Mary," in
preparation for the Chicago trip, May
24, will be held Wednesday and Thurs-
day evenings of next week. The first
practice session will be held at the
Union, while the Thursday rehearsal
will take place at the Whitney theater.
On account of a faculty stipulation,
the management is not permitted to
call more than four rehearsals in ad-
vance of the Chicago tour. The prac-
tice so far has been satisfactory, how-.
ever, and it. is expected that the per-
formance will be as polished as ever
when it appears at the Blackstone
theater in the Windy City next Sat-
urday night.
A block of desirable seats for the
Chicago performance has been sent to
Ann Arbor, and will be on sale at the
Union t9day or early next week.
JUNIOR LAWS AND
FRESH MEDICS WIN
In the two opening games of the
semi-finals of the inter-class baseball
series, the junior laws and the fresh
medics won places among those still
fighting for the campus championship.
The medics outscored the fresh dents
in an eight inning contest by a 6 to 5
count, and the laws took the game
from the soph lits 4 to 2.
The medics started out against the
fresh dents at full speed scoring five
runs before the molarites settled
down. The dents slowly worked up on
the score until the seventh round when
they tied the count, but in the etra
inning the doctors crossed the rubber
for the tally that won.
Nicols working for the dents and
Galbraith for the medics both pitch-
ed steady ball throughout the game
but were given ragged support by
their teammates. Gee, catching for
the dents was the individual star of
the battle, handling himself in regular
big league style.
The junior laws came from behind
in the sixth inning and won from
the sophs, after the literary men
seemed to have the contest sewed up
for good. The game was one of the
fastest played contests of the series,
the laws going through the seven pe-
riods without an error and the lits
making only two slips.
Spencer pitched a strong game for
the winners, allowing only five hits,
and Tolles for the vanquished ones
was equal to -the occasions until the
sixth when the laws bunched three of

STRAW HAT DAY!
Webster says "straw" is a stalk or
stem of grain, ,as of wheat, rye, oats,
barley, buckwheat, or Indian corn.
Our pressman claims the learned
lexicographer slipped, in not including
alfalfa in this definition, basing his
opinion on a certain sophomoric head-
piece seen jaunting the streets at an
early hour this morning. With this
Medicine Hat personage promising
fair skies it is thought that more than
alfalfa will find places in the mascu-
line bonnet turn-out today. One bug
has promised to wear a Nell Pink bow-
back with a lavender stick-up. Any-
thing goes today, men. Lids!
HOLD STUDENT COUNCIL
NOMINATIONS NEXT WEEK
Meetings Will Be Held Monday ad
Ii'ednesday to Select Fourteen
New Members.
The semi-annual nominations and
elections for new members to the stu-
dent council will be held Monday and
Wednsday of next week at which time
14 men will be elected to fill the ranks
of tie organizations. In accordance
with the new apportionment of class
representatives to the council, no new
members will be elected from the jun-
ior engineer class, and two will be
chosen from the first year law class
instead of one as has been the custom.
The number to be elected from the
various classes and the councilmen
who will take charge of the meetings
are as follows: junior lits,, two men,
Councilman Dickinson; soph lits two
men, Councilman Lippincott; soph
engineers, two men, . Councilman
Trum; junior laws, one man, Council-
man Mayall; first year laws, two men,
Councilman Hulbert; junior homeops,
one man, Councilman Stouffer; jun-
ior dents, two men, Councilman Wole-
slagel; and junior pharmics, one man,
Councilman Strickland.
"I want it understood in advance"
said H. S. Hulbert, president of the
council, "that if there is any election-
eering for any man, either by himself
or by his supporters, before the nom-
inations or elections, charges may be
filed against him and the student coun-
cil will in'vestigate his case and dis-
qualify him if the charges are proven."
their six safeties for three tallies. The
star of the sophomore aggregation was
Stuart;, who found Spencer for three
hits in as many trips to the plate.
WILL LECTURE AT OREGON.
Professor James W. Glover will of-
fer a course of lectures at the coming
summer session of the University of
Oregon, on the application of mathe-
matics to finance.

New Lots of Rubber
soled Oxfords for
Men and Women.
The Satisfactory kind I have sold
here for the past seven years.
NewLocati on,119 E.Liberty St.
I have no connection whatever with
any other store.

Just Received:

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When your Rubber Soled Shoes need Re-soling,
bring them here for a SATISFACTORY job. You
will not be disappointed.

THE
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For a Drink That's Right
FOU NTAIEN AT
REXALL STORE

Godf r-11C.-Y is

Our Fountain is working overtime -come in
and try us out
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
THE REXALL STORE
E. C. Edsill, Successor 122 Sc uth Main Street
The New Drug Store
FRESH CANDY--In Bulk and Package
All the Latest Magazines and
News Papers
Sugden Dr ugCo.
302 South State Street
PHONE ORDERS
1244 J DELVERED

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Subw'3 Entrance
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the sea, artificially fed by chilled air, 600 sunlit rooms.
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Double rooms - -
Double bedrooms, boudoir
dressiing-room and bath
Suites-Parloir, bedroom and bath
Each room with bath

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Special rates for Summer

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H.N.BARTLETT
* * OARtMOUTH'72
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OFFIKdCIAL Kd
Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi Keys

Kirschbaum &-Son
.eading Tailors to Detroit's Young Men

Fine Suits and Overcoats $30,00 up

WATCH REPAIRING-we Repair Chronometers and Split Second Watches.

Phone 534

Haller Jewelry Co.

308 S. State

Woodward Ave. Cor.'

Willis Ave.

Detroit

on

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6.0O TO STOO
'roe Pant's
At ISFACTI N GARANTEED
09 v. Liberty street.

WITH

EVERY

SUIT

ORDER

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ALL SUITS MADE FOR YOU AT $17.50 to $25.00,
T HE QUALITY TAILORS, NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER STORE IN ANN ARBOR,

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$6.00 TO $1.00
Free Pants
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
E. C. Flanders, flgr.

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CHOCE STRAW

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ir Showing ol New Straw Hats comprises all the good sorts in every shape that's correct,
etter to make your selection now than later.

The Straw Hat Season Will now be in full swing and You'll far m uch

SEE WINDOW DISPLAY

FRED W. CROSS, 123 ,E Liberty

STRAWS $2 and $3, PANAMAS $5,

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