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April 28, 1915 - Image 6

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1915 Kodak Catalogs,
showing the new models, received this morning
One to you for the asking
NEW MODELS NOW ON SALE
LYNDON
Make Your Kodak Autographic with a New Auto Back

OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28.00 UP

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We sell from a sample line but our clothes
are tailored in town

Boots

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1630-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

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

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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
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NOMINATE Y. M. C. A. OFFItERS
Vote on Men at Campus Election flay
to be Held in May
At meetings of the "Y" nominating
committees in the various schools and
colleges of the university held yester-
day afternoon, the following men were
nominated as officers for the depart-
rmental units of the Y. M. C. A. for the
coming year: Lit college-president,
Rex St. Clair, '17, and Dwight Jen-
nings, '16, vice-president, William Ed-
wards, '17, and Clinton Gernert, '17;
secretary, Willis Nance, '17, and G. B.
Daniels, '18; Law School-president,
Robert Richardson, '16L, L. M. Clift,
'16L, and William Goodwin, '16L; vice-
president H. G. Gault, '17L, G. C. Clas-
sen, '17L, and L. F. Harris, '17L; sec-
retary, H. C. Rummel, '16L, H. L. Bell,
'16L and William Neithercut, '16L;
Medical School-president, H. M. Lowe,
'16M, and H. 0. Westervelt, '16M; vice-
president, Edgar Bearslee, '16M, and
J. F. Runner, '16M; secretary, Ralph
Frackleton, '18M, and H. A. Judson,
'18M; engineering college-president,
M. S. Reed, '16E, and W. O. Henderson,
'16E; vice-president, J. F. Meade, '17E,
and Walter Sanderson, '17E; secretary,
C. E. Briggs, '18E, and Sherwood Holt,
'16A; dental college-president, W. B.
Klinesteker, '16D, and William Robert-
son, '16D; vice-president, Charles Cole,
'16D, and Leon Bryant, '16D; secretary,
A. A. Lowther, '16D, and C. H. Mat-
son, '16D.
These men will be voted upon at the
election to be held at the time of the
general Campus Election day,
PLAY FRJESH TENNIS MATCHES

MAJESTIC
THE BIGGEST an d BEST
WED. APRIL 28
THE SPOILERS
with William Farnum and Kathlt n
Willia.ms--yReels
THURS. APRIL 29.
SATAN SANDERSON
Featuring O rin Johnson-5 parts avi
it good Comedy
SAT. MAY I
THE DEVIL.
with F{ (ward Connelly and 'Bessic
Ba riscale 5 parts and a special;
Keystone Comedy
-F.A. Fahrenwald, grad., spoke yester-
day on "Practical Substitutes for Plati-
num, with Especial Reference to the
Use of Tungsten and Molybdenum" at
the monthly meeting of the University
of Michigan Branch of the American
Chemical society.
-i)eal John R. EFfinger, of the liter-
ary college, lectured on "La Poudre
aux Yeux"' yesterday in Tappan hall
for the purpose of interpreting the

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$1000for a NaMe
We have purchased WEBB'S Confectionery
on North University, and are offering $10.00
for best suggestion for a new name.
STUDENTS ONLY
are eligible to enter the contest. Suggestions
may be left in the box at our store.
CONTEST CLOSES MAY 10th

Drop in and convince
yourself that we lead

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IACH, Tenor
Y, Tenor
ON, Baritone
MILL, Baritone
Pianist
CIS, Organist

A good service-
able Suit - $20.00
A better one for $22.50
An except i o n-
ally tine Suit
for - - - $25.00
Palm Beach
Suits 4 - $12.0
Made to your measure
ALBERT GANSLE
Merchant Tailor
io8 K Washingt6n St. 'nd Floor

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L. HALL, 514 E.Williaw
Phone 225
Goods C&114ed F
RESSING - ad-elver-e
NO LOSS BY FIRE

Complete Set of Third Round Whilch
Must Be Finished Tonight
All required matches in the All-
Fresh tennis tournament were played
off by the specified time yesterday af-
ternoon. The games at the present
time are becoming more interesting
as the competition is getting keener.
The results of yesterday's matche
are as follows: Goodridge d. Rleindel
6-4, 7-5; Moses d. Britton 6-3, 4-6,
6-3; Doherty d. Hogan 6-0, 8-10,
8-6; Shartel d. McDonald 6-2, 6-4;
Flpstean d. Rosenbluth 6-2, 7-5;
Stebbins d. Kirkpatrick 6-2, 6-2;
Coons d, Ballinger 6-0, 6-1; Sher-
wood d. Weidenbourner 4-6, 6-2,
6--4; Adams d, Jiett 6-4, 6-2.
One match was completd in the
third round, which resulted in a victo-
ry for Goodridge over Wehmeyer in
two sets, 6-4, 6-3. All matches in
the third round of the tourney must be
played not later than tonight, as the
semi-finals have to be run off by to-
morrow evening to give the team
chosen to play at Toledo an opportun-
ity to work together.
Complete Program of Summer Session
Programs of the special lectures,
excursions and entertainments for the
summer session have just been com-
pleted, and contain from 75 to 80 dif-
ferent lectures to be given in the new
science building, if proper arrange-
ments can be made. The addresses will
be given by members of the faculty
and outside speakers. In addition to
this, there will be an unusually large
number of concerts in Hill auditorium
by the school of music.
Doctor Rahlen)erg Postpones Address
Owing to his illness, Dr. Louis Kahlen-
berg, of the University of Wisconsin,
has been forced to postpone the date
of his lecture, which was to be given
tomorrow under the kuspices of Phi
Lambda Upsilon.
BOAT ICLUB MINSTREL MEN TO
APPEAR AT I% COTTON BALL
Summer togs, souvenir programs
and talent from the Boat club min-
strel show will put in their appear-
ance at the first annual Cotton Ball,
to be presented at the Michigan Un-
ion, from 9:30 to 2:00 o'clock Friday
night.
Chaperons who have agreed to at-
tend the party are: Proi. H. H. Hig-
bee and Mrs. Highee, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Hans and Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Heath, Tickets now on sale at the
Union counter are selling so rapidly
that only a few are left, the number
having been limited to 100 couples.
The programs are of novel character,
and numerous surprise features are

coming play which is to be presented
by the Cercle Francais tomorrow night.
-Authorities at the university Y. M.
C. A. reported yesterday that there are
still plenty of odd jobs on hand, and
requested that those who are looking
for work apply at once.
-Dr. Frank E. Robbhis, of the creek
department, will speak to the Classical
club, at 4:00 o'clock tomorrow in room
A, Memorial hall, on the subject, "The
Lot of the Oracle Adelphi." This meet-
ing is open to the public.
--Prof. R. 31. Wenley, of the philoso-
phy department, will address the Mich-
igan Alumni association of Lima, Ohio,
on Friday, speaking on "The Univer-
sity Today."
-Sittings for the senior engineer elass
picture, which is to hang in one of the
halls of the engineering building, must
be made before lylay 2. The sittings
are free, and are to be taken at Rand-
all & Pack's photograph gallery.
--Frank DeRoo, '17A, was elected
treasurer of the sophomore architect
class, at a meeting held Monday after-
noon. A proposed class outing up the
Huron river in May was discussed.
SIStER OPENS M)-
WE1 1M 1 TODAl
(Continued from page 1)
1 game from the Kalamazoo team.
The third and fourth games were play-
ed in 1904 and 1905, each being a vic-
tory for Michigan, the score of the
first being 6 to 4, and the score of the
second being 15 to 3.

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You needn't J Rea! Year
bole your Legs Round Comfort
'HERE'S NO RUIBBER in this leg band. The
top of the triangle ONLY is elastic - this assures
penedlit W'ITHOUT INDING. No metal con-
lacs. Weight. oneg-all ounce. fl you otf lind it
at your dealer's we'll send sample pair, posipaid.
Merceriz ed, 25c:double grip. 35r. silk. 50c.
GEORGE FROST CO., Makers. B0ston, Mass.

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-Perfect fit guarantted
-Rental charge u2e0 frontSw
Out to Coin mIen Cemlellt.
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delivered.
-Be measured early,

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LAST TIME TONIGHT
TSILS 9 Reels
with William Farnum and Kathlyn Williams
A GREAT PICTUVE FROM A GREAT STORY
The most Realistic Fight in Motion Picture
Don't fail to see this Wonderful Photo Play

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Fresh Ball Players Prepare foi Ypsi
All-Fresh baseball candidates were
put through another short drill in
preparation for their encounter with
Ypsilanti next Saturday afternoon.
The two teams participated in a short
game yesterday wh-ich resulted in a.
tie, Walterhouse doing stellar' work
for the first aggregation. Although
the freshmen succeeded in whipping
their opponents of last Saturday, it is
expected that the Normal College will
put up a good battle in return for the
defeat.
Cup debate, scheduled for ,Friday
night has been post)oned one week.
Tickets for the Gl-adu ate club ban-
quet .to be held in Barbour gymnasium
on May 7, may be secured at the up-
per seminary room in the general li-
brad s
Candidate for the soph lit baseball

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team meet at the southwest corner of
south Ferry field at 3:15 o'clock to-
day.
Clee club rehearsal, 7:00 o'clock
tonight, Adelphi room.
Band Rehearsal tonight, University
Hall, 7:00 o'clock. Bring racks.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping through July and
August. Modern. Reasonable rent-
al. Convenient to both University
and down town sections. Call 976-J.
300 E. Jefferson St. 147-8
WANTED--Four young women with
some experience as salesladies to as-
sist Saturdays in the Basement. Also
two young women to wait table in

Matinee, 3:00 P. M.

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Nights, 7:00 and 8:30

the Tea Room daily during noan
hours. Consult Dean Jordan. Mack
& Co.
WANTED-Four young women with
some experience as salesladies to as-
sist Saturdays in the Basement. Also
two young women to wait table in
the Tea Room daily during noon
hiours. Consult Dean Jordan. Mack
Co.
WANTED-Four young women with
some experience as salesladies to as-
sist Saturdays in the Basement. Also
two young women to wait table in
the Tea Room daily during noon

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