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April 09, 1915 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Representative Stevens lntrodtiee
New ]liquor iMeasure In
s wau-Ovr Boo40 t hp 115S Iegislatii e
PASSAGE DRIVES OUT SALOONS
In substitution for the Straight-Ste
ens five-mile bill, which was de
ca red unconstitutional by the attor
R V ]& YS . ney general's office several days ago
a substitute measure which has beer
lE CONFECTIONERY referred to the liquor committee, ad
which probably will be reported out t
L6i South me.Jj Str~get the floor of the House for action some
time within the coming week. The bil
- as drawn up has been approved as t
form by the attorney general, and this
-time it will be acted upon, one way o]
' the other, by the state legislature. The
length of the session has been limite
to only three more weeks, and it is pos
sible that the action of the next month:
may clean all the saloons out of towns
in which are located state educationa
k institutions of more than 1,000 stu-
dents.
M AY F E ST I VAL According to reports received from
M°! "9 $- the state capitol, agitation in favor of
MaAYs19, 2, 21,9 "dry" legislation has been particular-
'______________________1y strong since this 'week's election, ir
which 14 counties of the state were ad-
ded to the "dry" list, this recent accqui-
sition by the prohibition forces making
more than hal of the counties in Mich-
igan saloonless.
It has been indirectly rumored aou
_____________________________________________the campus that a delegation of loca
______________________________________________business men and university profes-
____________________________________________ sors will lobby against its adoption a
Lansing when, the public hearing or
S a0D1A R4, 11S-GILBERT'S the bill comes up. The men concerned
BOX CANDIES in this movement, while favoring ul-
Fresh Each Week timate prohibition feel, that 'the ~pas-
sage of such an act as the five-mie
LaitYer's (Detroit) Corsage Bduquets bill would result in a worse state of
Delivered any plae In the U.S. A. affairs, so far as student drinking is
concerned.
U ~- w ~When the measure was up before
CE LJ 7 , A j J+oQAfLITY the liquor committee several weeks
.Carer Stat.and Packard ago, a committee of 58 mnen went t
Lansing, and spoke in favor of the
adoption of the measure.
- YEARLING TOSSERS
6 .announce that henceforth IT will TAGE -sS ATTL'E
position to supply you with large (Cinudfrmpae1
ofGu Fow rs Flra D sins Team No. 1-Riddle 3b;Watros
' o Cu Flwer, Fora Deign ,' ss; Norton cf; Lambert c; Drummond
]Bou uetscutfres daiy, If; Hydon, Mattsson 1b; Hendrickson,
Ippel rf; Bialoski 2b; McKee, Golden
p Team. No. 2-Barib~eau, 'Reem ss;
Piggott, Stephens 3b; Hamilton,
downi-town Flower Store in the city Brockman, Hendrickson lb; Lutz, Pur-
GE BOUQUETS A SP CA T Robertson cel:snIf; Flield, Matnr;artin cf ae; Dabe-lik MriHlta,2;Wles
Monroe, Putt c; Oglethorpe, Gariepy p.
ECIAL I Saturday, April -10th Regular practice will be resumed
immediately after the spring recess,
nations 50c per doz. when it is expected that all men try-
ing for positions will turn out. Some-
-, one will be at south Ferry field every
afternoon during the holidays to sup-
,E C F LA N D ERSrise any workouts, and all those
sm a _, candidates who will spend the week in
ty St. Across from Varsity Laundry Ann Arbor are urged to turn out.
_____________________ VARSITY START ON
FIRST TRIP TODAY

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Rol Rink
iergs Roler Rik The schedule which Captain Mc-
Queen's men is up against follows:
Saturday, April 10-University 'of
be open the following nights with Kentucky at Lexington, Ky.
Monday, April 12--Marshall College
Fischer's Bandf at Huntington, W. Va.
Tuesday, April 13-Marshall College
in attendance at Huntington, W. Va.
Wednesday, April 14-Washington &
ay, April 9 Lee at Lexington, Va.
Thursday, April 15-Washington &
Tuesday, April 13tH Lee at Lexington, Va.
Fridy, A ril 6thFriday, April 16-University of Vir-
16th ginia at Charlottesville, Va.
Fridy, A ril 3rdSaturday, April 17-Staunton Mili-
23rd tary Academy at Staunton, Va.
Monday, April 19-Notre Dame Uni-
versity at South Bend, Ind.
satisfaction at the University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs In spite of the fact that the coach
as & Dietzel, 119 E. and toilet articles. Phone 416. t is undecided as to Whom he will take
___________________with him, the dopesters have been at
work and their favorites are those
Students suffering from sore, sweaty, men whom the coach has been using
bile you rest. 0. G. odorous feet can obtain instant relief in the greater number of games during'
St. eod Tu by using "Fixem-for the feet." On sale the practice periods.
______at your druggist. Becau~se of the misfortunes of the

in America.
-why not have the best?
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4 O THE.R., ACTS K1
Ladies Souvenir Matinee Tri
School. Chlidren's Malinee
pitching staff, it is believed that the 12'Y
coach will take all the men he can for ___________________
that end of the game, Davidson, Soddy, Choose Noiiniusting Comwittee( of t'ill
McNamara' Nichols, and Caswell being P . D -ootz'17L~, president of
those who will probably make the trip, the Union, announced yes4Ataythe
Disler will be taken along as an out- personell of the nominating committee>
fieder, and in case of good weather for the officers of the organtization for
may be used in some of the. games, next year. The following men> wer selec-
'T'e coic fr te frstcache isinted: Law, Edward Thiurstoni, '151,, lit,
Thechoce or he irs cache isinChester Lang, '15, engineer, Allan T.
no doubt, Benton being the popular Ricketts, '15E, medic:, Maurice Loa-.
selection for that. post, but who the man, '15M, and combined, A. C. James,
other receiver will be is a matter of '15D. The committee will meet shiort-
doubt Harshman and Krause seem- ly after spring vacation.
ing to be equally popular as second
choice catcher. Krause is a youngster leah nt ebook.ampus Thwurn to V. lyer
wh will be with the team; next year. naernotebok. ctoi 1" m
and for the sake of giving him the ex--
perience necessary for a good second LOST-Gold pin. "M. '1,H.",)In front,
string catcher for the 1916 squad, the "S. E. E." on back. Caill 63. e-
coach imay take the younger man. ward.

3;00-7;30-9:00
EITH VAVDE VIL LE
lay First 200 Ladles "Silver"
.Saturday any child under
'ars -5c.

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T'heHigh Cost of Loving
ORIGINAL NEW YORi CAs-r
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who prefer neat, strictly up-
to-the mtescoathing will do
well to interest yourself in the lines we are
now displaying. We particularly call your
attention to our showing of
HrtShaffner arx Clothes
which are designed and made for' young
men. This line, known the world over as
"the garmeints that please the young man,"
contains patterns worthy of your most care-
ful consideration. Make it ;a point to see

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them before you buy your spring suit. H., s.& M. clothes sell at

$18.0°

$2000°

$22.50

$25-00

Just a few words wordy about our showing

of furnishings.

Year after year we show the' new things at a time

when they are new, and. this year is no exception. We are prepared
now with a complete line of late spring styles ir
Hats, Shirts, Ne ckwear, Hosiery, Underwear

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