D A A,
l trade you
One of the new Model Kodaks
for your old one
and a reasonable "boot"
We Do Repairi
I want 50 more End hand KODAKS to
rent and sell.
C. I. KIDD---Sopho
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. A
719 N. University
A below cost
garding the proceedings is usually ob-
tained, was equally reticent. He. ,as-
serted that nothing could be given to
the campus until the matter was final-
ly settled. Mr. Bartelme stated that
this was analogous to his enforced sil-
ence at the time of the Conference dis-
pute, and that he felt duty-bound to
respect the confidence of his brother
members of the board in control.
Professor Patterson declined per-
emptorily to give out any information.
He directed the reporter to the chair-
Yesterday's meeting of the principal
athletic board was a strenuous one,
from indications. The debate, it is
said, was filled with bitterness and
personalities, most of which were di-
rected at the one or two members who
are understood to have stood up for
the attitude of The Michigan Daily.
As a result of the dilatory action
takenyesterday, the matter will hang
over until next meeting. This session
will be called April 3, according to a
tentative announcement made by Di-
rector Bartelme. The matter has hung,
over for action at a good many "next
meetings." It has become an old issue,
and many on the campus are despair-
ing of its solution.
Webber Censures Board in Control.
(Continued from page 1)
the board in control must obtain evi-
dence against them. The board has
asked me to give evidence against the
men. That I refuse to do as I do not
feel that it would be square. I hold
that either the men should give state-
ments themselves or else the board
should gain their information from
other sources. I feel, as I stated be-
fore, that the board has been lax in
this matter and if it really desired
the information, a small sum of money
would be sufficient to gain the evi-
The abolishment of the rule is, in
my opinion, the solution of the prob-
lem., The one-year residence rule and
the scholastic requirements are suf-
ficiont protection against professional-
ism. 'We are not abolishing the rule
because Michigan is afraid to take a
stand against the rest of the world ath-
letically. In other words, we are al-
lowing the fear of the severance of
our relations with eastern schools to
dictate our policy in this matter. "Ex-,
pediency is placed ahead of honesty.
The authorities fear that any declara-,
tion of an intention to allow summer
baseball would result in Michigan's os-k
tracization at the hands of her eastern
Why not save that
return your gown
by getting it of
pus' 336 S. State S,
CAPS AND GOWNS
on the afternoon of Commencement Day. You
will be leaving at 2:30 or 3:00 and have a
thousand and one other things to do first.
**Oii the Camp
F. L. HALL, 614 E. Willaw I
Don't Forget that we Call or our I
PRESSINGGd Called For
NO LOSS BY FIRE
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Md5NDAY, MARCH 22
"The Vision of the Shepherd," two
part Selig drama. "The Flirt," Edison.
"You'll Find Out," Kalem. "Black and
White," Mina comedy.
TUESDAY, MARCH 23
"Hier Martyrdom," three part Lubin
feature. "The Slightly W'horn Gown,"
Vitagraph. "Getting Into a Scrape,"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24
"A Daughter of the People," a five
part Dyreda Feature presented by the
norld Film Corp., with Laura Sawyer
and Robert Broderick.
hot, hurried trip to
Kline, Sopranos; Keyes and
lack and Murphy, Tenors;
Baritones; Bauer, Pianist;
ey and Stock, Conductors.
.i Children's Chorus
y . Orchestra
n Sale at School of Music$I50
Coupon is exchanged)
I " EWERS T E
HR R AdoSEYFR E E
3 L 'Jan E
A sE S
An initiation in the first three de-
grees in the Knights of Columbus will
be held this afternoon by the Ann Ar-
bor council of the order at the M. B.
A. hall, 205 E. Washington St., com-
mencing at.1:30 o'clock. All student
members of the order are invited .to
Rehearsal of the opera pony chorus
will be held at 3:00 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at Union. Cast and chorus
will rehearse at 4:00 o'clock. Cast,'
chorus and orchestra will rehearse at
8:00 o'clock at the Union.
!! Six rides for a dollar !!
348 C. H. Brock 348
"The Affair of tU
(with Ruth Roland
"File ii3" (with
cis X. Bushman).
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
MARCH 22-23, MONDAY AND
Edwin Forsberg in "Forgiven"
MARCH 24, WEDNESDAY
Mary Pickford in "Hearts Adrift"
New or second hand. Do you know
some good stories about the Ford? Jot
them down, and send them to us. Fif-
teen dollars for the best story submit-
ted. Ten dollars for the second best.
$1.00 each for the next ten best stor-
ies. Copy of handsome Ford Story
Book to every one who submits an ac-
ceptable story. Write at once to Ford
Stories Publishing Co., Hamilton, Ohib.
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
Holmes Taxi Co.
"We'll be there"
Prompt Day and Night service.
10c rents a kodak today. Lyn
605 E. WILLIAM
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf
Personally, I believe that it is our
duty to take a stand. I am confident
that other universities will join with
us, as the situation is a universal one.
CHARLES WEBBER, '15.
Think of it, only 25c a passenger.
Phone taxi 2280.
Holmes Taxi Co.
"Back of the Union"
i believe that every man
y baseball squad is eligi-
WEINBERG'S ROLLER RINK
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Requests your patronage, and insures prompt and courteous treatment
Are you doing any active work
elf to determine whether Varsity
all men are eligible?
Members Evade Publicity.
Whitney said that the summer
all matter was discussed yester-
,t length, but that he could not
nything in answer to the above
Lons. He cited the Saturday Ev-
Post for information as to his
on the general topic of amateur-
Bartelme, from whom news re-
Opa Suadays 9:=0 to 4:f0, I4.
LOST-One gold cuff link. Between
Williams and D. U. R. depot on
Main, Saturday night, March 13. Re-
ward $1.00. Call Michigan Daily.
FOR SALE-Out-door track shoes
nearly new: Cheap. Call 1020 For-
est Ave. 123-5
LOST-Thursday afternoon probably'
on campus, small black change
purse containing Yale lock key.
Finder kindly call 2308-J. 123
Manager and Employees are Students
The new management has adopted a policy that will do away with the usual objectionable features of the
public roller rink.
There will be band music at least one night a week, this night to be announced later.
Students' trade is being especially solicited. Student tickets are on sale at Wahr's and Sheehan's.
Open Evenings 7 to 10.
Open all day Saturday
APPLY FOR STUDENT RATES
C. R. MIRICK, Mgr.
209 E. Liberty St.
T AIL ORK0
WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE HAS THE LARGEST LINE OF
this city. Equal to others at $30. and $25. Style, fit, and workmanship absolutely guaranteed.
WALK 5 BLOCKS
SAVE 5 DOLLARS