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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Experience

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n us,

we hope, that you can put
believe in us, have confi-
per cent. SATISFACT ION

Lyndon leads while others
follow in everything
photographic
Latest Models Kodaks-Fresh Supplies-Amateur Finishing
Pictures of Student Activities
When you think of pictures you just naturally think of
L YNDON

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to "feel that way; to put the
)nstritction on it; to test our
, and our guarantee by any=
Se,
ds of University men wearing Mal-
es with entire satisfaction. Why

AIM

Free
QR A N C 0 A T R
$60 PALM BEACH SUIT
FREE with every made-to-measure
suit $ 8 oo or over or a
PANAMA HAT OR
$8.0 PALMBEACH SUIT
With every made-to-measure
FREE p suit at $25.00 or over.
SUIT CUT AND MADE
EVERY YOUROWN MEASURE
No one can give you better tailoring.
better fitting garments, or more up~to-
date styles.
OUR SMALL EXPENSE enables us to
share our profits with our customers.
Order your suit of us and make a real
saving.
ACTORY HAT STOR
F W. W. MANN, Proprietor
118 E. HURON STREET
NEAR AL L ENE L HOTEL

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Dress Suits for Rent'

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Malcolm Block

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will always be
found here.

Our Prices and our.Shoes

are RIGHT

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us we save you money.

119 E. Liberty St.

Rubber soltd shoes re-soled as they should be

LA W SCHOOL FACULTY TAKES
ACTIO O!N ELIGIBILITY RULE
Promises Discipline to Students Who
Violate Athletic
Regulations
As indicating the intention of the
faculty of the Law School to fulfill to
the letter the desire of the board in
control of athletics that eligibility rul-
es be strictly enforced, a resolution
was passed at a recent meeting prom-
ising grave disciplinary measures in
cases of infraction of the rules. The
resolution, in its terms, indicates the
intention of the administrative heads
of the Law School to deal summarily
with all those students found breaking
the eligibility rules.
'THie text of the resolution is as fol-
lows:
"Resolved: That the making of a
false statement to the Board in Con-
trol of Athletics, or its eligibility com-
mittee by any candidate for any of
the university athletic teamsras to his
eligibility therefore, or as to the facts
upon which his eligibility is determin-
ed, shall be considered by this faculty
a matter calling for the gravest disci-
pline."
JAKlES CII ENOT REPORTED AT
I)EATh'S POOR BY PHYSICIANS
Condition Little Changed in Last .24
Hours, Though Sinking
Slowly
James Chenot, '16, of Detroit, still
hovers between life and death at Grace
hospital in that city, where an unsuc-
cessful operation was performed upon
his heart Thursday morning. At 2:00
o'clock this morning hospital author-
ities said that his condition had not
changed materially in the past 24
hours, but that he was slowly sinking.
Coagulation of blood in the pericar-
dium sac around the heart, and the
diffusing of the liquid into the lungs,
and around the tissues of the chest,
it is thought, will gradually serve to
stop the heart's beat.
Chenot has been unconscious since
Thursday evening, when he awakened
for a few minutes and recognized
friends around the bedside. Since a
slight rally that night, no sudden
change has been noted in his condition.

-"I Know a Secret," a song from the
Junior girls' play, "The Come-back,"
by Eleanor Stalker, '16, is now on sale
at the university music house.
--Prof. J. B. Dieterle, of the German
department, will address the men's
section of the Deutscher Verein at a
meeting at 8:00 o'clock Wednesday
night in the Verein rooms.
-Sophomore architects yesterday af-
ternoon nominated Frank DeRoo, '17A,
and Floyd Kings, '17A, for the office
of class treasurer. Election will take
place at 4:00 o'clock Monday after-
noon in room 311, engineering build-
ing.
-Josep~h Lindon Smith, of Boston,-
artist and explorer, lectured last night
in the Memorial building on, "Ankor
Wat," the greatest Hindu temple in
existence. The temple is the unique
survival of the golden age 'of Hindu
architecture, and the lecture was
accompanied with a series of special
plates prepared by Mr. Smith.
PROFESSORS TRUEBLOOD AND
STANLEY TALK TO ENCTNEERS
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, of the
oratory department, was the speaker
at the regular monthly assembly of
the junior engineering class yester-
day morning. The class held a bus-
iness meeting following the talk.
Prof. A. A. Stanley, of the school
of music, spoke at the sophomore
engineering assembly yesterday mor-
ning on the subject of music as ap-
plied to a general education. Prof.
John R. Allen, of the mechanical en-
gineering department, also outlined
changes to be made in the mentor
system in the engineering college.
WESTERN RESERVE
USHERS IN SEASON

Bostoniam Oxfords
Made--to-you~r-Me s ire lO-thC s

Everything the I1atest in
Hats for Spring Style is our
motto.
Get Your Spring Hat Today
ACTORYI HAT STOR
FW. W. MANN Proprietor,
118 E. 1JRON STREET
NEAR ALLENEL HOTEL

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Call, and let us tell the rest.
CAMPUS BOOTERY

The Biggest and Best
Today a Big Feature and Special Keystone
Comedy
Best Music Best Pictures Best Comedies
Children's Matinee Today Five Cents

'08 S. State Street

6

Matinee 3 P. M.

Nights 7:00 and 8:30

1amD OARV R ICK
WEEK OF APRIL 19th
ed For WM. A. BRADY Presents
"The White Feather"
MATINEES .WED. e. SAT.

t Van I or-
d street. tI
only prep-
>sitive cure
eet. Money
at Sugden's
Drug Store
k Drug Co.

Phone 2255.
STARKS TAXICAB LINE
F. B. Stark, Prop.
Touring cars by the hour, sight see-
ing, limousines, baggage, etc.
Taxi rates, 25 cents
209 West Huron Street
Open day and night.
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Wasbington Candy. Cigars, Cigarettei
and Tobacco. tf

Saturday Mat. & Night, April 24
William A. Brady announces the engagement of
ROBERT B. MA T aLL
"Acknowledged Leader of the American Stage"-N. V. Tribune
At The Matinee
"T HE MERCHANT OF VENICE"

Drugs
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(Continued from page 1)
"Bill" Davidson, who pitched

For The Evening
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better than Meat
MLY FRESH
per lb
h - - 9c
:h = - 10C
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ke - - 16c
bite Fish, Trout,
1 Head, Roe Shad
price is made for
ecial price fish.
FISH MARKET
ST. Phone 1853
E LIV E IL

It is not Necessary,
To send away for your Canned Goods. We have the Goods
and we make the Price. We guarantee the quality, and our
price will interest you.

four of the seven games on the south-
ern trip, and who gets credit for win-
ning three of them, will probably start
his fifth game of the season against
Captain Barrett's men. The Cleve-
land lads are a bunch of left-handers,
and Davidson should be able to puz-
zle them with his twisters. Nichols
has the next call, but the veteran looks
like- the man to start the game. Fer-
guson showed so much in practice yes-
terday that the coach may use the re-
cent invalid for a couple of innings,
particularly as the lanky moundsman
is anxious for work.
Practice yesterday showed the Var-
sity able to score at will on the Scrubs,
counting 8 to 5 over the second team
in five innings of play. Anderson
worked at third base, and gave a good
account of himself, scoring twice, and
securing two extra base clouts, a three
bagger and a double.

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THL LAST WORD

Our Gallon Catsup at 60c per gallon

PRICES, EVE. 50c. 750. $1.00 and $1.50 MATINEE BEST SEATS $1.00
SEAT SALE THURSDAY -. MAIL ORDERS NOW

in Smashing, Sizzling, Never Stop Gomedy l Prama is this
Jack Lait Masterpiece of Thrills, WalopS and prises!
Laith & Raftery's Chicago Record Holding Co., in
H E 1000 LAUHS 1000 THRiLLS 1000 EPIGRAMS
ICES: T 25A55, $.00 A $.250
PRICES: 25c., - 50c., - 75c., - $1.00 - $1,50

NMade from wholesome ripe tomatoes. It's a winner.
KYER - WHITKERw
Phones 326-327-229L 114-116 E._ Washington St.

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Scrubs .... ....0 5 0 0
Varsity .........0 3 3 2

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These Markets fur-
nish the best goods
obtainable

Century
Meat Market

SAFETY FIRST

QUALITY
MEATS

The last practice before the Ypsi-
lanti encounter was held yesterday af-
ternoon by the All-Fresh squad. The
regulars succeeded in disposing of the
reserves in the short game which fol-
lowed the batting and fielding prac-
tice. The game today will be staged
at 1:15 o'clock and will last until the
Varsity game begins.
Coach Hughitt picked his team to
melt the Normal aggregation and the
team which will probably start will
be as follows: Riddle 3b, Bialoskey

2b, Waiterhouse ss, Lambert c, Bar-
ibeau lb, Norton ef, Piggott rf, Ippel
lf, Andrus or Miller p. These men to-
gether with the list which follows are
to report at Ferry field at 12:30 o'clock
in suits. F. M. Hydon, Brockman, I.
Brown, E. Golden, R. L. Drummond, 0.
E. Getts, Field, Alexander.
In the practice game the first team
walloped their opponents in a 7 to 0
clash. Stewart hurled a good five In-
nings only allowing one hit while Ohl-
maker was found for five clouts wvhich

were bunchled ad eietd four tallies
in the first roun. The liniup in
score follows:
First team- Riddlo &T, Wialokey 2b,
Baribeau 1b, Lanibvrt c, Lutz rf,
Drummond lf, Norton ci', Walt erhouse
ss, Stewart p.
Secondl team-lppel 1', ieman rf,
Hamilton lb, Piggut b. Ee.t ,s,
Martin 2b, Alexatider c, -OSkusly c,
Ohlimaker p.
First team ...........4 1 2 0 0-7
Second team .....0 0 0 0 0-0

WARM WEATHER IS COMING
and our
'ORAGE FACILITIES
n a position to supply our CUST.OMERS with
hich are pure and wholesome.
e plant is the best and largest in the city, and
sure that our meat will always be right.
C. WEINMANN
bington St. Phones 60-61

Pot Roast
Vaal Roast

- r 12c.

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- 28c
- 18c

Park loin Roast

Chickens

- -20k

OR Tennis Racquets, Tennis Balls, Base Balls, Finger Mits,
and Kodak Supplies
TRY US-WE ARE THE ONLY
Students' Supply Store

HENRY VOGEL
Prop.P
213 N. Main St. Phone 1091

1 111 S. Univ. Ave.

Phone 1160-R

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