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April 25, 1915 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ter. Foot-Wear

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

Styles now Ready

and Boots

LYNDON

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FOR WOMEN
Military Pumps
and Oxfords
Gun Metal and Patent
The Latest

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Kishigo, c .......... 3
Langton, 2b......1
Rutan, If.........2
Barnes, rf........2
Pearl, of.......... 1
Torrey, p.........2
Johnson, 3b.......2
Murray, 1b........2
TOTAL.........18
Michigan Fresh . . . .3'
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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION 5c.
(except Friday and Saturday)

r Boot Shop l1. S Main.

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THE PLACE TO GO
WHEN DOWN TOWN

Cooling, Drinks
of all kinds
Cream delivered to any part of the city
116 S. Main St.
Phone 166

y 9 10 212, 22
ARTISTS
McCORMACK, Tenor
MURPHY, Tenor
HARRISON, Baritone
WHITEH LL, Baritone
BAUER, Pianist
RENWICK, Organist

Boys' Chorus
chestra

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nest Co.
CONTRACTORS
Electrical Repair Work
Tres and Supplies
kL COME AND SIE US"

Summaries: Stolen bases-Langton,
Rutan, Pearl, Bialoskey, Riddle, Bar-
ibeau, Norton; two base hits-Lam-
bert; first base on balls-off Andrus 2,
off Torrey 3; wild pitches-Torrey;
struck out-by Andrus, DeLong, Tor-
rey, Barnes; by Miller, DeLong; left
on bases-All-Fresh 4, M,, S. N. C. 3.
Time of game-1 hr. Umpire Kimzey.
,1R1) OF REGENTS GiVES $650
Grants Money to Encourage Debating
and Oratory
To encourage debating and oratory
at Michigan, and to enable the Orator-
ical association to open all speaking
events to the public, the board of re-
gents of the university has made an
appropriation of $650 to the support
of the body. The sum will pay the ex-
penses of the events held by the asso-
ciation for one year, and will enable
it to make admittance free to the Wis-
consin and Northwestern debates and
the annual peace and oratorical con-
tests to be held here next year.
The Oratorical association and the
department of public speaking expect
the appropriationtoassist materially
in. increasing audiences at the public
speaking events, and believes that
more enthusiasm will be evident in.
debating and oratory.
LAURENCE KITCHELL GIVES
TRIVELOGUE ON GLACIAL PARK
Laurence T. Kitchell has been se-
cured by the forestry club to give a
travelogue on "Glacial National Park
and the Blackfeet Indians," at 8:00
o'clock Wednesday night in Hill audi-
torium. He .is said to have something
unusual to offer in the way of motion
pictures and .hand colored slides il-
lustrating the great reservation in
Montana and the life of the Blackfeet
Indians. Mr. Kitchell has been in
close touch with life in that section of
the country.
Soph Lits to Start Campaign for Dues
Facing a big financial deficit for the
present year, the officers of the soph-
omore literary class have determined
on a campaign among the members of
the class, looking to the paynent of
back dues. Aclass meeting will prob-
ably be held on Tuesday, at which time
the campaign will be launched.
Professor Rasehbacher to Be Married
Announcement of the engagement of
Prof. H. G. Raschbacher, of the engi-
neering college, and Cara Love-
land, '08, of Saginaw, the wedding to
occur sometime in August, has just
been made. Miss Loveland is also a
graduate of Vassar College, and a
member of the Delta Gamma sorority.
At present she is a teacher in the Sag-
inaw high school.
Yost Gives Football Men Brief Rest
Coach Yost gave the football men a
brief respite yesterday, to allow the
gridiron candidates to see the Michi-
gan-Western Reserve baseball game.
The coach stated that practice ses-
sions would commence again Monday,
Junior lit baseball practice tomor-
row afternoon, 4:00 o'clock, South
Ferry field.
Michigan Dames society will meet
at 8:00 o'clock tomorrow evening in
Newberry hall.
Candidates for the fresh engineer
baseball team report to Manager .H. A.
Knowison at South Ferry field, Mon-

day afternoon, 4:00 o'clock.
Choral Union ushers report at 6:15
o'clock tonight at Hill auditorium.
B US l H ('A M P Al N
WILL CLOSE TODAY
(Continued from page 1)
No house totals will be published, all
pledges being treated as individual.

SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15;7:45; 9:15
Monday, April 26 -" Qn the Stroke of
Twelve," with Gertrude McCoy,3-part
drama. Isabel Rae in "The Beautiful
Lady," one-part drama. Also Ham
comedy.
Tuesday, Apr. 27-Ethel Clayton in "The
Blessed Miracle," 3-part drama. "The
Box of Chocolates," one-part drama.
"Burgiarious Billy," i.part comedy.
Wednesday, April 28-Vivian Martin in
"The Arrival of Perpetua," 5-pt.World
Film. Special matinee at 2:30.
Paul B. Blanshard will address a
rneeting of these committeemen at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon at the Michigan
Union, at which time he will give them
the campaign facts which they will
present to their houses."

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LOST-On campus April 6th., a black
silk cape in bundle. I-eturn to 8293
Packard.
LOST-Large valuable cameo pin with
irregular gold band. 1Eeturn to Mar.-
garet Page. Reward. Call 251.
10c rents a kodak today. Lyndon.

-NO LOSS BY FIRE

** "Thy
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Shoes repaired while you rest. O. G.
Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu

e Little Schoolmaster"- says:

Monday-"Jared Fairfax's Millions."
Tuesday-"In the Shadow of the liar-
bor," with Edna Payne.
Wednesday - "Colombia," Gretchen
Hartman.
Friday-"O'Garry of the Royal Mount-
ed,"
Saturday-"The Ambitious Baron" with
Francis X. Bushman.
Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
April 26-27, Mon.-Tucs.-W. H. Crane in
'David Harfum." 5 parts.
April 28, Wed.-Katherine Kaelred in
"Your Girl and Mine," in 5 parts.
Price 15 cents.
April 29-30.,Thurs.-Fri.-Winifred Kingc-
ton in "The Love Route." 4 parts.

You Coee Men
Can Afford Made-
to- easure lothes

F. L. HALL, 514 E. Willian
Phone 2225
PRESSING and'Dtrt

Arcade Theatre

Phone 2135-M

Tere

was

a time when

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Score by innings..
E 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-R H E
Reserve ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00-0 3 4
Mich. ...0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0--2 7 1
E Summaries: Stolen bases-Carlson;
0 three base hits-Brandell, Benton;
0 first base on balls-off Davidson 1, off
0 Patton 1; struck out-by Davidson,
0 Knesal 2, Schweigert 2, McNaughtor,
1 Scheule, Oldenburg; by Patton, Shee-
0 hy, Waltz, Davidson, McQueen, Benton,
0 Labadie; left on bases-Michigan 3,
0 Western Reserve 5; double plays-,
0 McNaughton to Schuele, Waltz to Mc-
Queen. Time of game-1 hour 52 min-
1 utes. Umpire-Kimzey. Attendance
E 00.
0 FRESH VITORIOIS
0! IN PENINM %1A31E
1 (Continued fronm page 1)
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1 Riddle, 3b...........1 1 0 1 1 0
1 Bialoskey, 2b......2 1 1 2 0 0
0 Baribeau, lb. ....2 1 1 3 0 0
0 Lambert,c.........2-0 1 5 1 0
- Lutz, rf . ........ 2 0 0 0 0 0
4 Norton,cf. .... 0 0 0 0 0)
- Walterhouse, ss .. ..2 0 0 1 1 0,
or. Ippel, if ..... ......2 0 1 1 0 0
h. Andrus, p..........1 0 1 1 2 1
ll. Miller,p...........0 0 0 0 0 0
- Piggott * ........ . .1 0 0 '0 0 0
n- TOTAL ....,...15 3 514 5 1
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