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April 29, 1915 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-04-29

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

/Your xein
here has prov l, we hope, that you can put
your trust in us, believe, in us, have conifi-
dence in our 100 per cent. SATISFACTION
GUARANTIE,

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1915 Kodak Catalogs,
showing the new models, received this morning
One to you for the asking
NEW MOD)ELS NOW ON' SALE
Make Your Kodak Autographic with a Now Auto Back

{ To those who have Panama hats wich are of any value at all, the fol-
lowing article, copied from "The Amuerican Hatter" of ,June, 1914, will be
of interest.. "L ook out for the bootblack renovator. If anything more
than another will succeed in giving the Pa iauma a black eye, and bring the
seller into disrepute, it is this happy foreigner who, with a block, a brush,
and a dollar's worth of acid, can ruin more good hats than ever were
spoiled by wear and weather."

We want you to feel that way; to pt the
most liberal construction on it; to test our
goods by wear,, and our guarantee by any='
thing you please.
There are hundreds of University men wering'Ial-
coim-made Clothes with entire~ satistaction. Why
not you?

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If

NAE EXECUTIVE
GOLF CO "MITTEE

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Shirts to Order *

Guess Suits for Rent

J. ,K. MALCOLM

resi fnt 'l i er (I'>'4a ls Met j

for1

604 E. Liberty

Malcolm Block

MAJESTIC
jTHE I& GGEsT as~nd BAST
PHOTOPLAY S
THURS. APRIL 29
SATAN SANBERSON
Featuring Orrin Jobson- 5 parts and
a good Comnedy
FRI. APRIL 30
FOOL THERE WAS
Cance'lled until
a later date.

Nearly all importers of Pa±nama hats have slips printed and placed in
the hats which they sell to warn the public. These read as follows: "This
hat is guaranteed to be a genuine Panama, but it is not indestructable. The
wearer is cautioned against entrusting it to unskilled hands for cleaning
and blocking, as the importers will assume noo responsibility for damage so'
caused."
We do only first-class work; whe use no acids whatever. We cannot,
however, clean your hat while you wait, or do it in a dlay, we must have
time. We therefore urge those who wish us to do their work to bring in
their hat at once so we can have th em ready when wanted. May 15th is
set as "Straw Hat Day." If you bring your hat in now we will Dave plenty
of time to get it done in nice shape and have it ready when you want it.
FAC TORY Af T STORE
Near Allenel Hotel 118 E. Huron St.
Made-*o'-You'r-'Me asure loekes

KCUS~fSTYLES will alwaysJb
BEN'S SfE ound here.
jOur Prices and our Shoes

are RIG 1

and WE FIT YOU RIGH1T

Try us we save you money.

119 E. Liberty St.

Rubber soled shoes re-soled as they should be

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IL L 11))Ipo TOU'RNAMiENTS
presidenlt W+ . .ofa er' 7 1the Uni-
versitv, of Miehikau (colt club, has an-
nnonced]As aJpointillnnt of1.11e ~execu-
tive ('Ofllflitte ofthe rganiza.tion.
'fhie commnittee is ecu ilposed of: (Glean
?Io lao\Vian, '17r1, I dw<trd IR. I3orcherdt,
'17;, anld J. S. I )euhiel, '1_5. A1 meeting
of" the club will be hell ak 1:15 o'clock
Saturday aiu"t the ltuli n, when Iplans for
the ea xiii be oso<
nop(, pesent plans of the )club call
101' two tournanlents , oil,, a class at-
fair, and clthe other to .et 1i the chain)-
piton ip of the ca'lpus. The cas
tour > ncmnt xviii be feuglit uttwe
t1 motfor enechl :, ep resea
ponin,, to lastya'swllaanb
dry ided into txwo Btl us.
i The Ann Alrbor Golf andt Outing. club,
whopc;e links the university club wx'ill
u.,e, a-gAinthis yea ,: a s ssoredt ht
officer:- of the organti atio~n Vit the
coursei will be xwell patrolled in order
to ke off all "golf ,hobos." These
consist usually of men, not memnbers of
the club, xwho impinge uion tihe rights
of the ink~is.
interest in the sport has been raised(
consid~eraly, by line-xx eat her o1 ie
last tow das, a 11(1it is expected that
thlere w«ill be many enthusiasts to ai
eaSaurday for th'nain ut of the.
clu's memt (,ibership iapplications. I)re2
viously, a limit hams Lbeen:i set as to the
nnlael hat ightjoi1, slut. this yea r's
agreemnt prov iiler fur atluntilil ied
tnein herl"iip.
c' vigcisdrto ttehands of
the n omtinat ing committee. The ani-
nouneelment O of 11he'men sel;te o ted 0i
xviwil~emb e r in The 1110inaily eilter to-
mnorrowvN or Saturday morning.

IL

A j C~ . ll, md l et us tell the rest.
CAMUSBOOTFI"Y

308 S. State Street

.TApICY. --. ,'= fi."Fl4I'GiAA "11 9:'l':-,i .T i ¢

eiltew Park cbool
of fphitantbro le

AN NOU NOES

FOUR COLLEGIATE FELLOWSHIPS
$800 EACH
FOR TRAINING IN SOCIAL WORK
To recent graduates o colleges in recognized stand ing
Classes of 191 5, 1 914, 1913.
These fellowships will be awarded to
the two women and the two men, from
among the eligible candidates, who
write the best paper in the entrance ex-
amination Saturday, May ms, and present
in other ways evidence ofgenerai ability
and aptitude for social work.
Application shonid be filed by MAY I
Address all inqutires to:
EDWARD T. DEVINE, Director
105 E. 22d St. New York,. City

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JOURINAL BUILDING DETROIT, I CIGAN
FA5 ST E', yi7AVEr S 114 T m,.V W ST

FRANK-E .,FFEE

AERICA'SGMEAT EST

$1 ' if".l

S ECIALIST MADE-

SPECALSTSL

..

Men's and Young. Men's Spring
Suits fn newest models with dash
andi snap o l clothing at higher
prices. In vakie,?s that will astound
you,, at $15.00. Specialization on
this one price of clothing places
me in position to beat all com-
,petition. I will leave It to you-
;come In and see the clothes, You
wifll consider the 1,15.00 Invested
Ywell placed indeed.
ONE PRICE
ONEPOiC

TOTALS
Hyamnes, sc
Bauter, cf
Gorbat, 2b
H-Iutchins,1
\Valsh, c
Mlclntosh,
Krentler,1
Chilson, rf
1()'I, p

.. . ..32 0 2 30 9 5
Western N oria
Al R 1IP0 A E
. ...,.4 04110 0
.4 0 0 2 0 0
.. . . ..3 0 0 1 1 0
lb ........4 0"012 0 1
.... ... 0 012 0 0
3b .......4 00 02 0
if.........3 00 00 0
. ....3 00 20 0
.. . . . . 2 0 0 0 2 0.
w . . . . 30,.0 1 30 5 1.

TODAY

"(omc by 1Innings
12 345 67 8 910
W. Normal . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
_Michigan . .. .0 0 0 0 0 l} 0 0 0 0-0
Summaries: Struck out--by Sisler.
12 in 5 innings; by boob 12 in 10 in-
nins; by Ferguson 6 in'S innings; hit
by iteher-Kreutler by Sisler; left on
bases-Michigan 2., Ka lamazoo 3; stol-
en bases--Sisler l, Sacrifice hits-
Maltby 1.

SATAN SAN'DERSON
WITH
ORRIN JOHNSON
F~romn the Novel by Halfite 1rminie Rives
Come Once, Come Always, and
See the Best and Biggest Photoplays
Ladies Souvenir Matinee Friday

Matinee, 3:00 P. M.

Nights, 7:00 andx 8:30

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FOR Tennis Raoquets, Tennis Balls, Base Balls, Finger Mits,
and Kodak Supplies

- -OS--LL1bry t

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TRY US-WE ARE THE ONLY

Students' Supply Store

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I11113 S. Univ. Ave.

Phone 11806OR

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