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April 02, 1915 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN IAILY
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Spring Showing of
STEIN BLOCH SUITS

IMPERIAL HATS

and all the new shapes and colors in
CAPS

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Day rate for single passenger now uaiversity Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
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Buy shoes and satisfaction at the Saddle horses for rent. Phone 2028.
same time from Gross & Dietzel, 119 E. 207 North Main. tf
Washington St.

COACH TOMMY HIUGHITT LEADS
ALL-FRESH BATTERY PRACTICE
Hurlers and Catchers Limber Up with
Routine Work; May Go Out-
doors Next Week
Coach "Tommy" Hughitt led his All-
Fresh battery men through a 'snappy
practice in the Waterman gym cage
yesterday afternoon. About 25 hurl-
ers and catchers turned out and went
through the routine of limbering up.
After an hour of tossing the sphere
the candidates were given an oppor-
tunity to show their worth at batting
and fielding. Although this work was
somewhat new and unexpected, several
showed up well and handled the
grounders in good shape.
Beginning next week outdoor prac-
tice for the freshmen will start, pro-
viding the weather is favorable, and
the diamonds on South Ferry field are
in such shape as to permit strenuous
use. At this time all candidates for
all positions will report. All men are
urged to met at Waterman gym at
1:00 o'clock tomorrow for the first bat-
ting practice, each man bringing his
own bat.
GEORGE AND COHN CARRY OFF
HANDBALL COURT TOURNAMENT
George and Cohn won the campus
championship in the doubles handball
tournament by defeating Loud and
Potts in the best three out of five gam-
es at Waterman gym yesterday after-
noon.
The first game went to George and
Cohn, after a hard fought battle, by
the close score of 15 to 14, The second
clash was not so close, the champions
winning by a 15 to 9 score. Loud and
Potts came back strong in the next
meeting by walloping their antago-
nists in good fashion, the score re-
sulting 15 to 4. The next battle was
the last one in this year's tournament,
George and Cohn taking it in easy
style and thereby winning the match
and tournament.
DELTA SIGMA RHO SENDS OUT
BIDS FOR SPRING INITIATION
Delta Sigma Rho, honorary debating
fraternity, has issued 12 invitations for
membership., The initiation will take
place directly after spring vacation.
The men who have won bids are:
H. D. Parker, '16L, H. D. Oppenheimer,
'16L, J. A. Phelps, '15L, P. A. Miller,
'17L, I. Becker, '17L, Jacob Levin, '17L,
H. M. Karr, grad, Victor Sugar, '16, S.
J. Rosensteen, '15L, G. C. Classen,
'15L, B. F. Gates, '15, and N. E. Pin-
ney, '16.
Debating Societies To Meet Together
Webster and Jeffersonian debating
societies will hold their annual joint
meeting in the Jeffersonian rooms at
7:30 o'clock tonight. The meeting will
be addressed by R. K. Immel, instruc-
tor in the oratory department. Follow-
ing Mr. Immel's address there will be
several short speeches and then a
debate, in 'which the affirmative will
be taken by the Jeffersonians and, the
negative by the Websters. Several
musical numbers will also be given.

Results Count
Continued re-orders prove the
quality and merit of our work in
both Portrait and Commercial De-
partments.
Our s4tisfied customers are our
biggest advertisement. S e e us
about your3 work; we compete
with one and all.
We have recently received a fine
new lot of Moldings, and are mak-
ing a specialty of artistic picture
framing.
Films developed for isc per roll. Prints
made from 3cupw ards
HOPPE'S
Ann Arbor's Finest Studio
619 E. Liberty Street

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION 5c,
(except Friday and Saturday)
Fri., April 1 -"Evil ihfer do," a B-oad-
way Star feature.
Sat., April 2-Francis X. Bushman in
"The Shanty of Trembling Hell."
Next Week-
Richard Carlew, "The Daring Beetle."

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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Thurs-Fri., April 1.2
Geo. S. Dougherty (Police Commission-
er of New York) in "The Line-Up at
Headquarters." Six parts.

Arcade Theatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Thurs., April 1-"Twice Rescued," Vita-
graph drama in two parts. "Rose o' the
Shore," Biograpli. "He gave him a
Million," Lubin. "Olive's GreatestOp-
portunity," Edison.
Fri., April 2-Robert Warwick in "The
Man of the Four," a wm. A. Brady
feature in 5 parts.
Sat., April 8-"The Secret Room," two-
part Kalem drama. "When Greek meets
Greek," Vitagraph. Hearst- elig News.
"The Gallantry of Jimmy Rogers," Fs.
sanay comedy-drama.

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Men's Easter Hats
EVERYTHING
THE LATEST
In Hats for Easter
STYLE
Is Our Motto
Get Your Easter Hat Today
FACTORY AAT STORE
118 E. Hlzrozk St.
nr. Alenel Hotel W.W. MANNProp
$400 REWARD
The above amount will be paid to
men and women students in return for
three months pleasant summer work
in their home town.
For full particulars apply in person
to Harvey Stofflet, newsdealer, 110 E.
Washington St.

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Investigate Modern.
Electric Cooking
You will be surprised
at its convenience and'
economy.

THE EASTERN MICHIGAN EDISON
Invites you to attend a
Demonstration of Electric Coo
At their Display Rooms
By Miss AGNES A. ARTERBURN, B. S. in Domestic Science
April 1st to 15th Two to Five

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