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March 31, 1915 - Image 6

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Military Pumps
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The Latest

You are the Judge-why not have the best?
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-SECOND ANNUAL

FESTIVAL

Hite Auditorium, Ann Arbor
MAY 19, 20, 21, 22

minent A'tists with a background made up of.
, a special Chorus of Child en, a Special Boys'
Chiicag Symphony Orchestra of seventy men.
eat will be offered.
now on sale at the Office of the University School of
d $6.oo each; later course tickets at $5 o, $4.50 and
red (Persons having Pre-Festival cover coupon for
$3.oo from above prices).
- single concerts will be on sale after May 8th,
at $1.oo, $I.50, $2.00.

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RrID'S-GIlBERT'S
CANDIES
resh Each Week
etroit) Corsage Bouquets
any place in the U.S.A.

nor State and Packard

OVALITY

VETERAN RETURNS
T VARHSITY SQUAD
Veteran Pitcher 1eoins Team after
Asence in Hospital; Cofies
Workout to Easy
Practice
ENTIRE BUNCH OF TRYOUTS TO
REAPPEAR OITDOORS ON FIELD)
Shipment of Coats Arrives; Mackinaws
Patterned after Jackets
of Leaguers
Charlie Ferguson, who has been in
the university hospital for the last
week, returned to the baseball squad
in the gym yesterday afternoon, don-
ning his suit for a light workout with
the other tryouts for a place among
Coach Lundgren's 1915 twirlers.
Although the Varsity candidates
have been forced to take their practice
for the last two days on the floor of
the gym, it will be possible for the men
to recapture Ferry field today. The
clear weather yesterday augured well
for another outdoor practice today,
and except in case of snow, the whole
squad will gather on the open air prac-
tice grounds at 2:30 o'clock. Not only
the men who were chosen to work in
the gym for yesterday's practice are
supposedntobe present, but everyman
who has not been dismissed from the
squad officially by the coach will be
required to report.
Practice yesterday afternoon took
the form of batting practice in the
cage for the first hour and a half,
while the last-half hour of the period
was devoted to fielding practice, and
th'owing around the bases for the in-
field candidates. Two sets of men were
selected for the last part of the after-
noon's program.
CoachrLundgren sent twirlers into
the batting cages with instructions to
serve up to the batters all that they
possessed in the way of fancy balls.
The pitchers were allowed to go at
full speed, and, judging from the smile
of the coach, they must have showed
considerable speed.
Ferguson confined his efforts in yes-
terday's workout to a little batting and
fielding practice, and to warming up
by lobbing a few balls easily. The
veteran pitcher is still far from the
pink of condition, weighing seven
pounds under his average for this time
of year. With almost two weeks of
work befAe him, the twirler should be
in shape for the southern trip.
The infield practice was carried on
in the usual fashion, with Maltby at
first. This lad is on the initial sack
every day, no matter who else is on
the team. In the absence of Captain
McQueen, second base was held down
by Labadie, while Anderson took short
and Waltz third. The second infield
was composed of the remaining men
who attended the indoor workout yes-
terday, the attendance falling below
the usual mark, and outfielders being
.pressed into service on two of the
sacks, while Krause, a catcher, cover-
ed first.
A shipment of coats arrived yester-
day for the Varsity baseball men, the
mackinaws being patterned after the
warming-up jackets of the big league
players. The coats are of a dark blue
flannel, and are designed in blazer
fashion. Stripes and the "M" may be
added to those coats which are given
to last year's veterans, and it is like-
ly that the new men will have some
insignia on their jackets as well.

MCMAHON RETURNS
TO ROLE IN OPERA
(Continued from page 1)
manager, had complete charge of the
stage management last night, as the
director, Mr. Sanger, sat in the bal-
cony to view the performance. Mr.
Sanger will leave for New York tomor-
row afternoon, staying only for the
first performance.
The stage machinery, lighting ef-
fects, scene shifting, cues and the
like are in good working order..- In
one place the ponies make a quick
change of costume in less than four
minutes. The play will require about
two and one-half hours for enactment.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hirschfield, of De-
.troit, have been engaged as make-up
artists, and will have charge of the
make-ups, wigs and putting the finish-
ing touches on the costumes. Students
will do the ushering, an innovation.

HITNEY THEATRE
Tues. Night - April 6
Chauncey Olcott
in
The leg't of Paddy IhacK
An Irish Love-Story Sparkling with Humor
A Half Dozen New Songs
RCEp: 50c 75C $1.00 $1.50 - $2.00

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.ADIES

fobs, charms for most of the
Campus Societies--do it because
we do it best.
Let us figure on any job you may have.
We believe we can do the work just a little better
and save you money.

Special Order Jewelry
For years we have specialized
in making to order jewelry for
your particular taste.

LITS

Final Game, Get-
o Opponents' 32
game the archi-
he soph lits in a
of the basketball
center court at
7:00 o'clock last

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ture by Mrs. Florence Milner in New-
berry hall last night. Coeducation was
condemned as detrimental to the spirit
of chivalry, and extension of the use
of athletics was advocated as a means
to stimulate interest in studies.
Contrary to popular opinion, boys
are inferior students only so far as
they are unable to remember minor
details, according to Mrs. Milner. She
emphasized the opinion that boys are
seriously misunderstood, wrong-doing.
being often attributed, when the motive
for the act is entirely justified. The
girls received criticism for convention-
ality and lack of strong characters.
Much of the address was taken up
with a scrutiny of the inner nature of
boys, which was richly illustrated
from the speaker's long experience in
this field. Miss Martha Adams pre-
ceded the lecture with a solo.
Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY SPEAKS
'TO NEWBERRY HALL GATHERING

Majestic
3:00 7:30 9:00
LastTime Tonight
3 Dixon Sisters
Wallace & Rose
Morris &Thurs ton
Hopkins & Axl11
Four Lloyds
TAKE TIME TO READ THIS NOTICE
Tonight, March 31t, is
the 'Big Country Store' night
at the MAsTic, $oo.oo in
rizes given away absolutely
free. Reserve your seats
now or it may be too late.
Ladies' silver souven-
ir matinee Friday.
-Coming Thursday
'Fascinating Flora'
816 CHORUS GIRLS' CONTEST FRIDAY
Pop. Mat. GR IJ Week Mar.29
Wed. l Night &SatMat.
Best seats $1.00 25c-$1.50
DETIOIT
H. H. FRAZEE Presents
Three Act Farce
KEEP MOVING
Moral-Don't Trifle
Wirh Dame Nature
It was a silky little mustache,
(though others termed it downy) and
he was proud of it. But there was one
fly in his ointment. The hirsute was
too pale, not noticeable from a distance.
So he sent out an S. 0. S.
Being a freshman, he applied for aid
to several upperclassmen. Of course
they had a remedy. "I have the very
thing you want," said one. "I got it
from a doctor out in Kansas. I'll look
it up for you."
While the unconscious yearliig
gloated over his good luck, the plotters
sped to a nearby drug store, and pur-
chased a small bottle of dilute silver
nitrate. Off came the label of the
Ann Arbor druggist, to be replaced by
one bearing the name of a physician in
a small Kansas town.
The freshman was delighted. Hug-
ging the bottle to his breast, he hurried
to his room. When he next appeared,
the beautiful mustache was shaved off'
and in its place. was a long, dark streak
across his upper lip. Don't smile at
him when you see him!
FRESI LIATS FIGHT
TO CHAPIONSIHP
(Continued from page 1)
Boyd, Alexander.. . R.G..... H eadman
Nathans, Gariepy.. L.G.... Manwaring
Field Goals-Drummond 4, Brown 4,
Miller 3, Nathans 2, Vonachen; fouls-
Vonachen 6, Warner 2, Brown, Miller.
Score, end of first half-lits 11, engi-
neers 6.

"Curtains Up" on the
Spring Style Review
of Stein Bloch Smart
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OW comes the glad Spring fashion
revival whenthe first fresh styles
burst into being. We have the sight-
liest showing of any season yet!
.Here are suits and overcoats of
matchless modeling; cut on youthful
springish lines; buoyant of bearing,
proudly patterned, splendid specimens
of Steinbloch tailoring.
The balues speak as strongly as the styles
they'll HOLD every customer the styles loin
ober. That 's the way we build for the future.
You will want to pick out your new clothes
before the crowds have picked the lot over. This
holds good of our haberdashery, too:-

n the second half and
rertake their opponents,
'as too great, and they
finish with the short
o 32 score. Meibeyer
home-builders, scoring
the first period, but
d well, scoring heavily.
ry were the stellar per-
lits, and between them
f the lit tallies. The
amaries follow:
Architects (39)
... F........ Jameson
'oy. .F..........Hickey
lbeerC ........ Meibeyer
en. . G. . . . , Holt, Cheffy
....G......... Worden
-Meibeyer 7, Milroy 4,
neson 3, Hickey 3, Per-
Van Aiken, Holt, Wor-
imeson g, Perry 3, Mil-
St. Claire. Score, end
chitects 24, lits 14.

Charles G. Hounshell, traveling sec-
retary of the international committee
of the Y. M. C. A. for the student vol-
unteer movement will be in Ann Arbor
next Sunday and, will address a meet-
ing of university men and women at
Newberry hall at 3:00 o'clock. He
will probably take as his subject, "Am-
erican Responsibility in View of the
War," and in treating this theme, will
deal particularly with the foreign mis-
sionary situation.
Mr. Hounshell has but recently re-
turned to the United States from for-
eign missionary work in the Orient,
and he will narrate some of his exper-
iences in his life while in the far east.
All men or women interested in the
subject are cordially invited to hear

See our Imperial Hats
and stiff.

both soft

Come in Early and You'll come
Away Better Satisfied

EAKS ON

BOYS

Lindenschmidt, pll& Co.

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