THE MICHIGAN DAILY
It's in the air.
I' 11trade you
One of the new Model Kodaks
for your old one
and a reasonable "boot"
The real "Spruce Up"
weather, when men cast
aside their winter togs
and bedeck themselves
with brand new Spring
I want 50 more 2nd hand KODAKS to
rent and sell.
LYNDON 719 N. University
This store is the birthplace of good
clothes, where "Malcolm Tailoring"
has made its home, and when that
Spruce Up" feeling starts creeping
down your spine. Come in here as
quick as you can and we'll relieve
Shirts to order.
Dress Suits to rent
For the bestJ
Suit In town 604 East Liberty Street Malcolm Block
eari ng Sle
of Broken Sizes
s and Womens Shoes
At the Sign of Satisfaction
Coach lthndgren Names 21 Candidates
for Southern Trip to Drill
FERGUSON A T'Y .J01'.SQUAd l" 1 S
Pitchers and catchers were the only
candidates for Coach Lundgren's 1915
Varsity nine to work yesterday after-
noon, the Wolverine mentor deciding
to give his men a rest. The battery
tryouts took their practice in Water-
man gym, the fall of snow preventing
any outdoor work for the squad.
Of the 45 men whom the coach se-
lected to form the squad, which he
would work with up to the time of
the southern trip, 21 have been chosen
to continue work indoors. These men
will report at Waterman gym this af-
ternoon at 1:00 o'clock, for the regular
two hour workout in the cage. The
other 24 men who were on the list
will report at the first time the squad
is led outdoors again.
The 21 men with whom the coach
will work in the gym are as follows:
Benton, Krause, Harshman, Shepard,
Sisler, Ferguson, Davidson, Soddy,
Nichols, Maltby, Stewart, Caswell, Mc-
Queen, Brandell, Shivel, Waltz, Ander-
son, Labadie, Sheehy, Paterson and
Ferguson, who has been confined
with an attack of streptococus, was
out yesterday, and if he suffers no re-
turn of his ear trouble or is fortunate
enough to avoid any complications, he
should be able to be with the squad
by the beginning of next week. The
veteran pitcher expects to be in shape
for a trip south this spring, and he will
probably go with the squad if he re-
covers his strength by the end of next
With the day of starting on the in-
vasion of the south only a week from
this Friday, it was considerable of a
set-back to have the weather force the
squad indoors after its successful de-
but on south Ferry field. The coach,
however, feels that the good, which
the men got out of the few days of
outside work, is valuable, and in spite
of the fact that he was forced to beat
a retreat yesterday, is congratulating
himself on having got in some good
open air licks.
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$6.00 PALM BEACH SUIT
With every made-to-teasure
FREE suit at $i.oo or over or a
LM BEACH SUIT
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suat $2,5.0 or ovxr
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No one can give you better tailoring,
better fitting garments, or miore tip~to-
diate. st yles.
OUR SMALL EXPENSE enables us to
share our profits with our custome~rs.
Order your suit of us adi make a real
A CTORY HAT STORE
W. W. MANN, Proprietor
1 ES E. HURON STREET
NEAR ALLENEL HOTEL'
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
High Class Shoe Repairing
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H. H. FRAZEE Presents
Three Act Farce
CAMPUS NEWS NOTES DESCRIBE
PROJECT FOR UNION BUILDING
H. E. Bedman, '96, Writes "Opportun-
ity"; Contains Many Articles
of Current Interest
Campus News Notes, third in a se-
ries of university bulletins, has gone.
to press, and 30,000 copies will be
ready for distribution among alumni
and former students, tomorrow or
Thursday. The issue for this month
is an announcement number, contain-
ing articles on the campaign for the
proposed Union clubhouse, editorials,
illustrations and news of general in-
terest to students and alumni.
The clubhouse story calls attention
of all Michigan men to a resolution
recently passed by the board of re-
gents, favoring the plans of the
Union. The three-fold character of
the campaign is also explained. The
building is to cost $600,000, the equip-
ment $100,000, and the enowment
The proposed endowment is designed
to make the Union organization work
without additional fees and revenues
solicited for club purposes. It is ex-
pected to make the Union a self-
supporting institution and to pay all
salaries and expenses of the employ-
Henry E. Bodman, '96, of Detroit,
has contributed an article on, "Oppor-
tunity." Other articles are on baseball,
track, basketball, the. regatta, inter-
class contests, the Schoolmasters'
club, teachers' institute, opera, Y. M.
C. A. and honor societies.
K. H. BIONSON, EX-'16,ARESTED
Confectioner Complains of Bad Check;
Matter Adjusted by Friends
Karl H. Bronson, ex-'16, was arrest-
ed Saturday evening for obtaining
money tunder false pretenses, the
charges against him being filed by
Charles Preketes, proprietor of a Main
street candy store, claiming he had
passed a worthless check for the
amount of $4.15.
Preketes alleged that Bronson pass-
ed a worthless check on him, the sig-
nature being "K. A. Bronson." It was
returned from the bank with the re-
port of "out of funds." Bronson claim-
ed that he had not written the check
and had not passed it o Preketes
Whenaarraignedsbefore Judge Doty,
the former student pleaded not guilty.
The case did not come up for trial
since Bronson, in order to avoid an-
noyance, offered to pay Preketes the
amount of the check, and his friends
offered to pay the court costs. The
case was dismissed at the request of
Preketes, and with the proviso by
Judge Doty that the costs be paid.
Bronson is now a student at Hills-
dale college, where he claims to have
been at the time when Preketes states
the check was passed.
College of Pharmacy Issues Pamphlet
As a supplement to the university
bulletin for the summer sesion of 1915,
a pamphlet on the courses of instruc-
tion in the college of pharmacy has
been issued. The courses to be given
are intended primarily for those who
desire to pursue pharmacy as a pro-
fession, and who have not had an op-
portunity to take a complete college
Everything the Latest in
Hats for Easter Style Is our
Get Your Easter Hat Today
rACTORY' HAT STOA
W. W. MANN Proprietor
118 E. HURON STREET
NEAR ALLENEL HOTEL
Orders taken this week will be ready for Easter.
Men who like
25 - Cent Ciga-
rettes but don't
like the price .
Makers of the Highest
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Wear your own clothes
Suits and Overcoats built especially for you of fabrics
of your own selection. Without paying extra, you
get-here extra satisfaction, extra service-garments as
fine in fabrics, fashion, fit and finish as can be obtain-
ed anywhere regardless of price.
Our clothes are made by the Royal Tailors, of
Chicago and New York, exactly as you direct,
precisely to your measure.
Prices-$18.00, $20.00, $22.00, $25.00
308 S. State Street
s all occasion
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TAKE TIME TO READ THIS NOTICE
Wednesday, March 31st, is
the 'Big Country Store' night
at the MAJXsTIC, $1oo.oo in
prizes given away absolutely
free. Reserve your seats
now or it may be too late.
LADIES' SILVER SOUVENIR
MATINEE TODAY & FRIDAY
BIG CHORUS GIRLS' CONTEST FRIDAY
T'S MEN PRACTICE TODAY
ndidates Tryigg For All-Fresh
esh battery candidates will re-
Coach "Tommy" Hughltt this
n, for their second indoor
at Waterman gym. There are
, trying for these two posi-
of whom are battling for the
>osition, with the remainder
1 to fight for the backstop
the tryouts, several are
g men, the complete list be-
art, T. 13. Oglethorpe, E. H.
Teetzel,'C. W. Kellar, 0. W. Getts, G.
Winter, F. H. Kranz, E. Golden, P. E.
McKee, H. F. Shaw, G. R. Walter, F. L.
Purcell, L. A. Andrus, F. M. Hydon,
F. A. Gariepy, F. K. Miller, W. F. Bal-
linger, F. P. Walter, E. E. Kirkham, A.
C. Foley, C. F. Lambert, 0. G. Frick,
F. E. Putt, R. Carlson, R. S. Moore,
R. T. Perry, J. Cobane, H. B. Alexan-
der, L. Tattersall, E. J. Craig, H. F.
Montague, L. Crane, R. S. Sprague, S.
J. Roskosky, H. L. Goodspeed, J. Rob-
erts, F. E. Richardson, K. K. Porter,
W. S. Rogers, H. Lee, J. Munro.
Practice will be held on Thursday
and Saturday afternoons, in the cage
at Waterman gym.
)arison Gives Michigan,
Vocation Schools High Rank
e total registration figures
sities are given consider-"
nence each year, few.persons
e relative positions of the
ocational and technical
d colleges. The following
n from a recent number of
y, contains a number of
the relative size of the var-
es that are not generally
has the largest law school,
y New York and Michigan.
leads in the size of medical
Ith Michigan second; and
skins third. Illinois heads
engineering colleges, Cor-
Michigan standing next in
nell's architectural college
with Michigan and Colum-
ranking second and third. Cornell
leads in agriculture, Wisconsin com-
ing second, and Ohio third. New York,
Pennsylvania and Pittsburg rank in
the order named in commerce. Colum-
bia heads the list in journalism, fol-
lowed by New York and Wisconsin.
Counting only undergraduate stu-
dents, California leads in total regis-
tration. Harvard, including Rad-
cliffe, comes second, and Michigan
From this rating, it will be seen that
Michigan ranks among the first three
universities in four out of nine voca-
tional colleges and schools, as well
as in the total number of registered
Perhaps the most striking feature
brought out by a study of statistics
of the growth of universities in the
past few years, is the remarkable rise
of New York University, Ohio State
and Pittsburg. The latter institution
gained more than 1,000 students with-
in the last year.
Will Select Committee to Choose Next
Year's Play; to Elect New
According to Louis K. Friedman, '15,
president of the Comedy club, "Poman-
der Walk," this year's Comedy club
success, will play in Jackson on the
night of April 23, if the sanction of the
senate council is received.
The Jackson club of the university,
was instrumental in booking the play
in the Prison city, with the alumni of
that city backing them. Word has been
received also from Kalamazoo, in re-
gard to the production of the show in
that city, but Comedy club officials be-
lieve it is too late in the year to con-
sider any other than the Jackson en-
At a meeting to be held some time
before the spring vacation, officers for
next year will be elected, and a com-
mittee will be chosen -to select a play
for production by the club next year.
The play will be definitely decided up-
on before the closing of college this
year, for the first time in the Comedy
A new system of choosing the cast
will be started this year, immediately
after the spring recess. All wishing
to try out will receive a certain part
to learn, and by a series of elimination
tryouts, the cast for next year's pro-
duction will be selected.
Fenn Wrestler Wins Heavyweight Title
Dorizas, the giant Greek, who played
on the Pennsylvania football team ag-
ainst the Varsity on Ferry field grid-
iron last fall, has just won the cham-
pionship heavyweight wrestling title of
the eastern intercollegiate. Last week
Dorizas threw the Columbian heavy-
weight, and this week in a contest at
Lehigh University, he. threw the Cor-
nell wrestler, who had already de-
feated several contenders for the cham-
Adelphis Stage Impeachment Tonight
Crime is crime. Adelphi house of
representatives will begin impeach-
ment proceedings against the sergeant-
at-arms, Royal D. Rood, '17, for neg-
lect of duty ando conduct unbecoiing
an officer, at the meeting in the Adel-
phi room tonight. N. E. Pinney, '16,
RI. J. MILLS, '16L, TAKEN WITH
ATTACK OF AUTO-INTOXJCATION
Ray J. Mills, '16L, assistant inter-
scholastic manager, was taken to Dr.
J. F. Breakey's hospital Sunday, in a
winner of the state peace contest, willIserious condition. Physicians diag-
act as fudge. Attorneys for the prose-
cution are Victor C. Sugar, '16, and
Edmund L. Shinnick, '17. Attorneys
for the defense will be A. F. Paley, '17,
W. C. Hatt, '16, and F. W. Dwyer.
Hand in Communications by April 14
All communications to go before the
board of regents must be in the hands
of Pres. Harry B. Hutchiis not later
than April 14. The next regular meet-
ing of the board comes on April 22.
nosed his case yesterday as auto- In-
Mills had been suffering with a bad
cold for several days. On Sunday, his
condition took a decided change for the
'worse and he was removed to the hos-
pital. Since then he has only been
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conscious at times.
cians reported last
that his condition
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