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now Ready
and Boots

FOR WOMEN
Military Pumps
and Oxfords
Gun Metal and Patent
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MR. AMATEUR PH OTOGRAPHER,
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Dear Sir:

Now look here a minute-you cannot afford to go and spend
your good money for films, take the trouble to make the ex-
posures (some of which you can never get again) and then take
the film to some careless or inexperience person to develop for
.you. Isay you cannot afford to do that. The backbone of every
picture is the negative- and a poor negative is more often the
fault of the person who develops it than the amateur who
exposes it. I ask you -look over your films and see how many
of them are perfect-without scratches or finger marks or
strains, of any kind-If there are none - the chances are they
came from Lyndon's. Lyndon's whole scheme of developing
and p-inting is such that every chance for scratches or stains
or finger marks is eliminated. Why make good exposures and
let some poor workman spoil the negative for you. Better take
it to-Lyndon and knol the results will be right. Reed Lyndonfs
guarantee on every envelope. Go to Lyndon once for Kodaks
and finishing and you'll never go any where ele.

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WHEN DOWN TOWN

Cooling Drinmk
of all kIMds
Cream delivered to any part of the ci

116 S. Main
Phone 166

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FR ESH BEATEN lI
TILT WITH VARSITY
Play Four-Inning Game and Lose by
4-3; Sisler, Sheehy, Brandeli
and Benton Best

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CORMACK, Tenor
RPHY, Tenor
RRISON, Baritone
[ITEHILL, Baritone
[JER, Pianist
NWICK, Organist

M'N AMARA, PROBABLE HURLER
FOR TOMORROW'S CASE GAME

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purchased WEBB'S Confectionery
University, and are offering $10.00

for best suggestion for a new name.

OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28.00 UP

Drop in and convince
yourself that we lead

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Bloomfield & McGrath

Five Parts

STUDENTS ONLY
are eligible to enter the contest. Suggestions
may be left in the box at our store.
CONTEST CLOSES MAY 10th

HIughitt's Men Pound Out Four Hits,
Thus Bringing in Their
Three Runs
Following the hard Western Normal
game of Wednesday, the baseball men-
tor sent his men through a four in-
ning game with the All-Fresh yester-j
day afternoon. He prefixed the fresh-

1112 S. Univ. Ave

One of New York's Great
Successes
Produced by Chas. Frohma
LADIES' SOUVENIR TODAY
SAT. MAY 1
THE DEVIL
with Edward Connelly and Bess
Barriscale- parts and a special
Keystone Comedy

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A good service-
able Suit - $20.0
A better one for $22.50
An exception-
ally fine Suit
for - - - $25.00
Palm Beach
Suits - - $12.0
Made to your measure
ALBERT GANSLE
Merchant Tailor a

Boys' Chorus
chestra

Conductors

Lunches.
aCare and Quality

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QUALITY

Phone 817

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CONTRACTORS
Electrical Repair Work
Tres and Supplies
LL ICOME AND SEE uS"

man contest with a short- batting and
fielding practice.
Yesterday's practice was marked by
the absence of four regulars, Sisler,
Sheehy,' Brandell and Benton failing
to appear in togs. Benton and Bran-
dell were on the field while the prac-
tice was in session, but Coach Lund-
gren will not allow either of thesej
battered sluggers to play.
Benton suffered a blow on the hands
from a Normal batter's stick in the
last game, and his flippers are in such
bad shape that he will probably be
out of the game until tomorrow and
he may even be prevented from going
against Case Tech at that time.
Brandell's wrist and hands have
been in bad shape for some time and
he has struck a hitting slump as a re-
sult. His fielding has also suffered as
a result of the condition' of his hands,
and the coach relegated him to the
bench during yesterday's workout. He
will remain there today and will prob-
ably be ready to take his place in the
batting order tomorrow.
Sisler's place in the outfield was
filled by Niemann, and Sheehy's va-
cant spot in center field was occupied
by Davidson, who hit the ball in such
good style on the southern trip. Mc-
Graw was placed in the boots made
empty by Benton, and Anderson play-
ed at short stop while Brandeld warm-
ed the bench.
McNamara is the man who is sched-
uled to oppose the Case School of Ap-
plied Science in tomorrow's game. if
the recruit south-paw can show the
stuff against the Cleveland team that
he displayed to thetAll-Fresh yester-
day the outcome of the conflict should
not be in doubt, In the four innings
of the freshman game, "Mack" struck
out seven of the first year batters.
In only one inning did the regulars'
box artist let the freshmen find the
ball, and in that time Coach Hughitt's
men pounded out four hits for their
only runs. He shut out the freshmen
in the other three innings, and perfect
support in the third would have saved
two of the runs.
The score~ by innings and the batter-

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Phone 2135-M I

hack's

. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 2225
RESSING ndellvr..
NO LOSS BY FIRE

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2nd Floor

605 E. William
Because we give
Large Variety C r
CheaperPMealsa
A The Convenient Place

More Than 6i Students Signify Desire
of Trying out for Dramatic
Organization
MATERIAL PLEASES OFFICIALS
More than 65 students responded to
the first call of the Comedy club at a
meeting held yesterday afternoon in x
the Cercle Francais rooms in Univer-
sity hall. The number was about
equally divided between the men and
women of the university. This is the :
largest number of candidates who ever I Co.
tried out for membership in the club I UIIWJ1V
.JOURNAL BUL~DtNG DETROIT. MICHIGAN
and officials of the organization were
well pleased with the interest mani-
fested in the club's activities.. Parts /-
were assigned to all prospective mem- (
bers of the club and the date for the bI
first real try-out has been set for May
7. ASEST ENGiRAVERS M THE WE T
Anyone who wishes to try out for
the club, but who failed to appear for
yesterday's meeting may appear at the
try-out set for one week from today.
Those who failed to come out yester-
day are requested to learn some piece
which will take about three minutes
to recite. The piece chosen* for the
recitation should be from some read-
ing and should be suited to the indi-
vidual's ability. Comedy or character
parts may be chosen. Those who come
for the first time next Friday nay be The Hom e of
asked to give something extempora-
neous. Just to remind you t
Walker . Peddicord, '16L, business putting on the best sh
manager of the club said last night
that much good material turned out YoC Once and A Big Po
yesterday and that he expected keen You'll Came Again a goo
competition at the first tryout next
Friday. Peddicord also said that more TODAY C A P T. S W
women were wanted to try out for One of New York's Great Successes
the club. The probability of giving
small plays during the year will give Ladies' Souveni
all members of the club a chance to School Children's Matin
participate in one of the plays. At
least adozen will be chosen from the Matinee, 3:00 P. M.
list of present tryouts for membership
in the club. R. S. Collins, '16, Francis T. Mack, '16E,
and Louis D. Bruch, .16L, being the
PARTICIPANTS IN OPERA WILL men who are nominated for the posi-
BALLOT ON CHAIRMAN CHOICE tion. Collins, Mack and Bruch have
served as assistants to the general
Committee Heads Included in Voting chairman of this year's opera.
for Position at Union __arma ____thi _years___ra-
Today eIAHON APPEARS
IN MINSTREL SHOW
All men who took part in "All That frm page 1)
Glitters," will be allowed to express (Continued from page 1)
their choice for general chairman of '16L.
next year's Union opera at the Union "Tennessee, I hear you Calling Me"
today. . --McMahon.
Men who were chairmen of this "Everybody Rag"-Harmony quartet.
year's committees will be allowed to "Good Bye, Boys"-Closing selection.
cast votes for the position, but the Louis K. Friedman, '15, who is
committeemen ,re excluded from vot- chairman in charge of the minstrel
ing. i show proper has been conducting dai-
Four candidates will be placed on ly rehearsals with special practices
the ballots, Theron D. Weaver, '16E, for the end men. A preliminary dress

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SENIOR
£ArSAN110 WNS
-Best materials and workmanship
-Perfect fit guaranteed
-Rental charge $2.00 from Swing-
Out to Commencement.
-No payment u n t i 1 outfit is
delivered.
-Be measured early.

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CERCLE PRESENTS
POLISIIED COMEI)Y
(Continued from page 1)
She was supported by Rodney Parker,
'16, who had an exceptionally hard
role. The play was long and a large
nunber of long speeches added to the
difficulty.
A great deal of credit for the suc-
cessful staging of the comedy is due
Mr. H. V. Wann, who has drilled the
cast for the past two months, and
whose efforts were certainly rewarded
by the results shown in last night's
performance.
About 50 members of the Alliance
Francaise, of Detroit, journeyed to view
the production and nothing but praise
was heard from the visitors. The en-
tire audience of about 300 persons was
especially appreciative, despite the in-
ability of many to understand the
language.
Last night's performance closes the
activities of the Cercle Francais for

ies of yesterday's game follow:
1.2 3 4-R
All-Fresh .......0 0 3 0-3
Varsity........1 1 0 2- 4
Batteries-Miller, Andrus and
bert; McNamara and McGraw.

H E
4 2
5 1
Lam-

-Haverford Uni-

the Big Stars
hat every day we are
Mw meney can procure
toplay and Best Picture and
d Comedy Best Music
. Play produced by Chas. Frohmnan.
r Matinee Today
nee, Saturday, Five Cents
Nights, 7:00 and 8:30
rehearsal was held from 10: 00 to 12:QO
o'clock at the Union clubhouse last
night, and gave excellent promise for
the bow at the big assembly hall to-
night.
Ticket sales are mounting up into
the thousands according to unofficial
returns from the house to house cam-
paigning begun Tuesday night, from
the selling among university women
and from sales made from the tables
distributed about the campus yester-
day.
The box office at Hill auditoriuhi
will be open from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock
this afternoon, to the general public.
All committeemen are to report with
money and residue of tickets at the
Union from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock this
afternoon.

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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.
the year. A large number of lectures
have been given by members of the
faculty, as well as by several men
brought to Ann Arbor under the aus-
pices of the organization, and as is
customary, the play, which made such
a favorable impression last night, is
the final event.

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