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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY
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)ver Foot Wear

Dull
and
Patent
Leather
Fawn
and
Greycloth
Topsy
Price
$4.00 and.
$4.50
115 S Main St.

L YNDON THE
Always Reliable
Always Square
Always on the job
Always knows his place
Always delivers the goods
Always treats everybody alike
Always back of every thing that's
good for Michigan Students.
PHOTOGR APH E R

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We Do Repairing
AND
Altering
C" I. KIDD -.--Sophomore
168-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

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F. L. HALL, 614 E. William
UN'CERTAINTY VELS Vo
was oodsPRESSING adDvredF
NO LOSS BY FIRE

Popular Matinee "Week FeSa. Mat
Weneto $ 0 A R R ICK KeekFeb.1
K2c-50c-75c-$l.00
2-c. to -._and $1.50
After Its One Year Run At The 48th Street Theatre, N. Y. C.

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BEY'S

CONFECTIONE~RY
South Mean r Street

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ry, and
All Branches of Music

Lundgren's Failure to Notify Athletic
Authorities Delays Call
for Candidates
BATTERY MEN OVERCROWD CAGE
Coach Lundgren has not yet broken
the veil of uncertainty that surrounds
the time of his return to Ann Arbor,
and in the absence of definite word
from him, Captain McQueen's official
call for candidates is being withheld
until later in the week. According to
his original plans, Lundgren should
arrive in the Wolverine camp tomor-
row, but, as neither Captain McQueen
nor Athletic Director Bartelme have
heard from the coach recently, it seems
probable that he will not arrive until
Wednesday or Thursday.
As soon as Lundgren arrives, the-of-
ficial call for cahtdidates will be sent
out, and the real indoor training sea-
son will begin: Already, the old men
are flocking to the gymnasium , to
watch the battery candidates work out
in the cage, and many of last year's
nine have been taking regular condi-
tioning work In anticipation of the gen-
eral call.
Practically all of the veteran bat-
tery men were out for yesterday af-
ternoon's practice, and Captain Mc-
Queen had the Varsity candidates hard
at work for the better part of two
hours. Squads of men were at work
all over the gym floor, the cage prov-
ing entirely inadequate for the two
dozen men who reported for the daily
drill.
The appearance of Payette at yes-
terday's practice removed all doubts
as to whether the sophomore twirler
'would come out for the Varsity team
this year, and he raises the total num-
ber of pitchers who saw regular ex-
perience last year to eight.
Van Tyne to Give Talk- on Washington
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne, of the depart-
ment of history, will give an address
on "Washington," at the first M. E.
church at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night,
Professor Van Tyae, who is authority
on American revolutionar uthistory,
will, estimate the contribution of
Washington to the nation during the
critical period of the revolution.'

ED
AND A

WITH
MUND BREESE
CAST OF5 SUPERLATIVE EXCELLENCE

1 ~WLRE
S S9RT' L
AN YLERsW fSR
N y

Week February

THE VITAL" AND VIVID DRAMA OF NEW YORK LIFE
By GEO GE. BROADHURST and ABRAHAM SCHOENER

VOHN CORT
-PRESENTS--

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A SYNCOPATED BROADWAY DIVERSION
"W HAT'S GOING ON"
THE FUN SHOW, THE SONG SHOW THE DANCE SHOW.

The Play with the Punch!
The Ultimate in Thrills

Freshman
ALSO
CANDIES
Sophomore

Collcg' Trackcs Maniy Things Junior
But the Best I3 ALSO
the Lunches CIGARS
AT "POP BANCROFT'S" 722 Monroe senior

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re taught at the

ELBERT HUBBARD
Who speaks at 3:00 o'clock this
noon at the Union meeting.

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School of Music
VNARD STREEET

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Only Cafeteria ; Susan Tracy Addresses Large Crowd
Miss Susan.' E. T ra cy, of Jamaica
Plains,,NMass.; spoke before a large au-
t 6Y00' o'clk yesterday at dience in the. medical amphitheatre
skating pafili6:. last night on "Invalid Occupation."
Miss Tracy has ,-been preaching her
iProduces fagazine Artele doctrine for about 10 years, and it was
soh,of.the rhetoric.depart- %worked out. by -he-.six years ago in
(}y had .and article publishel the Adam Nervine hospital of Jamaica
aPy nagazine 'of'the Detroit Plains.
S, :itApd"in His Own
~ Draw Seniors' Nunbers for Track Meet.
-u 2 Drawings were made at- the athletic
rs~u Dto ~ z.nFebruary2' associatlgn, yesterday of the numbers
Lws'-.wi11-l -.9J4ir annual of 500 seniors, ,who are to attend the
Is Birthday ance at rang- Notre Dame-Michigan dual indoor
y from 9 :00 o clock to 12: 00 track nieet. The numbers, together
nday, -Februar y 22' Prof. -with the ime for. calling for the
and Mrs. Drake-willSchap- .tijckts, ,will be published in The Daily,
ceasion. 'Tuesday morning.

WOMEN WILL HEAR
WHAT HE BELIEVES
Dr. Charles Gilkey Follows up Recent
Mobilization by Lectures
onFaith
TALKS TWICE IN NEWBERRY HALL
In line with and as an outgrowth of
the "Y" Mobilization week held in this
city several weeks ago, Dr. Charles
Gilkey, of Chicago, will speak before
two mass meetings of university wom-
en on' "What I Believe and Why," at
4:30 o'clock tomorrow and Tuesday
afternoons in Newberry hall, under
the auspices of the university Y. W. C.
A. He will endeavor to answer any
questions left open by the Mobilization
meetings, and to clear up any confu-
sion in the minds of those interested
in the problems of Christianity.
Supplenenting the talks, in which
Dr. Gilkey will attempt to help instill
in the minds of women of the univer-
sity a deeper understanding of the
Christian faith, he will hold informal
conferences with women who so de-
sire from 2:00 o'clock to 3:00 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in Newberry hall.
A musical program is to be arranged'
for the two talks, the second of which
will not duplicate the first, but will
continue the same line of thought as
that developed tomorrow afternoon.
The meetings will be open only to
university women, as tonight's Majes-
tic meeting at which Dr. Gilkey will
speak, will give the men their oppor-
tunity to hear the "boy pastor."
PERIODICAL CENSURES FACULTY
The Inside American Attacks Stand
on Prohibition
Charging the administration of the
university with giving official sanction
to the circulation -of "partisan propa-
ganda," The Inside American, in the
February issue, assailed the publica-
tion of the University of Michigan Bul-
letin for Dec. 1314, because of its fav-
orable attitude toward the prohibition
movement.
"How far," it is asked, "have mem-
bers of the faculty, also of the student
body, been intimidated into submission
to the domination of the faculty coterie
advocating the prohibition propa-
ganda?"
Exception is taken by The Inside
American to the claim that "'a whole-
some change in attitude," has come
about through "such agencies as the T.
M. C. A. and faculty supervision."
"Why," asks The Inside American, "Y.'
M. C. A. and faculty supervision?"
"AN ..a. I T W TIW ..a"A *cf ..14.ty?"

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ABlDOR
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65..000
Directors,
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, E. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule,.Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
Mechanical Engineers Elect Officers
At a meeting of the student branch
of the American society of Mechanical
Engineers held recently, the following
officers were. elected for the second
semester: President, W. W, Tuttle,
'15E; secretary-treasurer, H. S. Man-
waring, '16E.
Jewell Prepares Poster for Engravers
John B. Jewell, '15A, who won the
poster contest for the Union opera,
"All That Glitters," is completing dia-
gram plates of the poster, which he
will send to Detroit engravers in a
short time.
SUMMER BASEBALL
RULE UNDER FIRE
(Continued from Page 1)
bers are in favor of abolishing the rul-
ing. The -board thinks that Michigan
is not in a position to b#gin the move-
menit.
It is expected that other universities
will consider the matter as a result of
Webber's efforts, and the abolition of
the rule may ultimately result.
Webber promises the Varsity his
support in coaching the players,wheth-
er he is declared eligible or not.
GAULT NAMES 1915
LIT COMMITTEES
(Continued from Page 1)
Alice Connelly.
Class Day-Percy Crane, chairman;
Russell Klborne, Robert Tannehill,
Calvin Ainsworth, Grace Dewey, Nellie
Hanna, June Dykes.
Memorial-George Johnston, chair-
man; Charles Weinberg, Rudolph Hoff-
man, Carlton Jenks, Judith Ginsburg,
Lena Mott, Florence Haxton.,
Senior Sing-Clesson B u s h n e l 1,
chairman; John Watkins, George. Mor-
itz, Cecil Brown, Elbridge Chapman.
Social-Howard Marsh, chairman;
Chester Lang, Louis -Friedman, Jay
O'Mara, Marion McPherson, Fanny
Hogan, Marjory Delavan.
Promenade-Francis Bade, c h a ir-
man; Ray Hazen, Louis Rabe, Ray
Leffler, Gertrude Snow, Genevieve
Riggs, Mary Lewis.
Banquet-Wilbur Davidson, chair-
man; Ralph Rice, Efton James, Horton
Keiser.
Souvenir---Sherwood Field, chair-
man; Whitney Ogden, Frances Russell,
Vera Burridge, Doris Robinson..
Pipe and Cane-James Catlett, chair-
man; Lewis Reimann, Ralph Gates,
Gurney Gutkunst.
Invitations-Emmett Connely, chair-
man, Leo Covey, Robert Barnum,
Harry Vanderwarker, Jean Davidson,
N.Xon Riirlin ,.1 1w'. R+tl a Ttiio yn

THE STATE SAYINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
Wm. L. Booth, Pres., WmArnold, Vice-Pres.
ohn C. Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, A sst' Cash
'17 LIT CLASS STILL- LEADS
PIN SPILLERS BY ONE GAME
Dents Hit Pace, Fighting Hard to Win
Foremost Position from Fast
Pace-Makers
Although the soph lits are still in
the lead in the bowling league, the
standing compiled yesterday shows that
the junior dents are coming strongly
and' within striking distance of first
place. The standings of the teams
'follow:
W. L Pct-
Soph lits..........12 4 .750
'16 dents...........11 5 .688
Fresh eng. .... . 7 4 .636
'16 laws ............7 4 .636
Senior laws...... ..8 6 .751
'16 lits............. 5 4 .556
'17 eng .. .. 6 5 - .545
Fresh laws......, 3 8 .273
'16 engineers .......3 8 .273
Fresh lits ........ 2 7 .222
Medics ............1 5 .167
In the individual league, Diederichs
is still going strongly, although both
Schmidt and Bancroft have been spill-
ing the maples effectively, and are
close behind. The standing of the in-

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Church
92-93

all cars stop at Goodyear
VI
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idents Supplies. ti

Call 15 for Pothemus Taxi cab. 25c.

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LOOST-A black silk, knit scarf, Fri-
day evening on State Street, Bet
~ tween William and Madison. Phone
Get that 10c San Marco cigar Sat. or
Sun. for 5 cents at Sugden Drug Co.,

Freshman Brotherhood to Hold Dinner
What is expected to be one of the
most successful dinners ever held by
the Freshman Brotherhood, has ,been
scheduled for 5:30 o'clock tomorrow
night at Newberry hall. Dr. Chas. W.
Gilkey of Chicago, the Rev. E. C Boyn-
ton of the Congregational church, and
Phil D. Hall, '15, will appear on the
program. Their remarks will be con-
cerned mainly with interesting fresh-

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acy Martha In good condition. Used but a short
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