THE MICHIGAN DAILY
e has proved, we hope, that you can put
r trust in us, believe in us, have confi-
ce in our 100 per cent.,SATISFACTION
want you to feel that way; to put the
it liberal construction on it; to test our
Is by wear, and our guarantee by any-
ig you please.
e are hundreds of University men wearing Fal-
-made Clothes with entire satistaction. Why
MR. AMATEUR PaOTOGRAPH R,
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
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 tak e
the film to some careless or inexperience person to develop for
you. I say 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
oft 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 knolk the results will be right. Read Lyndon's
guarantee on every envelope. Go to Lyndon once for Kodaks
and finishing and you'll never go any where else.
Prices the same but work better
To those who have Panama hats which are of any value at all, the fol-
lowing article, copied from "The American Hatter" of June, 1914, will be
of interest. "Look out for the bootblack renovator. If anything more
than another will succeed in giving the Panama 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."
Nearly all importers of Panama hats have slips printed and placed in
t 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 no responsibility for damage so
We do only first-class work; we use no acids whatever. We cannot,
however, clean your hat while you wait, or do it in a day, 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 them ready when wanted. May 15th is
set as "Straw Hat Day." If you bring your hat in now we will have plenty
of tinie to get it done in nice shape and have it ready when you want it.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Near Allenel Hotel 118 E. Huron St.
can, and let us tell the rest.
CAMPUS BOOTERY 308 S. State Street
Dress Suits tor Rent
J. K. MALCOL M
will always be
Our Prices and our Shoes
and WE FIT YOU RIGHT
Try us we save you money.
i19 E. L4berty St.
Rubber soled shoes re-soled as they should be
MAKE UP EMBERSHIP ROLLS
ATj GOLF 1.LUB MNEET7 IN.G TOlDAY
Outline Detaiis of Two Tournaments°
for Class and University
Membership rollsin the University
of Michigan Golf club will be made up
this noon at a meeting at the Union.
This meeting,ascheduledafor 1:15
o'clock, will take the place of that
postponed from last Wednesday after-
President E. 13. Palmer, '17, yester-
day held a conference with the officials
of the Ann Arbor Golf and Outing club,
on whose links the members of the
university organization are to play,
and a plan of enrollment for the stu-
dent players was outlined. This will
be presented to the session this after-
noon. It is expected that more than
a score of members will be signed up
today, and as the number is limited,
practically all who are to enter the
club are expected to be present.
Details of the two tournaments
which are planned will also be outlin-
ed at the meeting today. The class
championship tourney will be staged
first and will be followed by the indi-
vidual campus title play. The action
of the board of directors of the ath-
letic association in recognizing golf,
as staged by the university club, as
an interclass sport, opens the way for
the staging of accredited tourneys. Un-
officialssanction to theuplaying of
matches with outside clubs has also
been secured, and it is probable that
some attempt will be made to arrange
several games with Detroit players.
B. V. D.'s without the label. 50c. Da-
vis, 119 S. Main St.
All sport shirts for tennis 50c. Davis
Tennis players save 50 cents, buy
your roll collar Shirt at Davis, 119 S.
5 PARTS FEATURING
Edward J1Connelly & Bessie Barriscale
A PLAY WITH A SINCERE
PURPOSE AND A STRONG MORAL
A Special Ke'stoue Comedy
SCHOOL CHILDREN'S MATINEE 5 CENTS
MATINEE 3 P.M.
NICHTS 7 -8:30
i Beta Kappa
'We have on hand for delivery PHI BETA
KAPPA CHARMS in various sizes.'
Heavy weight l4kt gold charms engraved
to your order delivered upon presentation
of your certificate.
sizes made to order.
LAKE VIEW HOTEL
Our Season Opens Saturday, May 1st.
Try us on our first Dinner
Special Chicken Dinner, Sunday, 50c
Arnold & Co.
220 South'Main Street
SARtR I CK
WEEK OF APRIL 26th
PEG O'MY HEART
With ELSA RYAN
Pop. Mats. Wed, and Sat.
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Goods Caled For
SPRESSING and De lveredr
NO LOSS BY FIRE
NOTED LECTURER WILL SPEAR
ON SEXOLOGY AND EUGENICS
Dr. Ullrichs Has Gained Reputation for
Valuable Work Done on
Dr. Mabel Ullrichs, of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, will speak at the Majestic
theater at 6:00 o'clock tomorrow even-
ing under the auspices of the Y. M. C.
A. on "The Unnecessary Evil."
As a lecturer on subjects connected
with sexology and Eugenics, Dr. Ull-.
richs has gained a national reputation,
and she is one of the few lecturers on
subjects of this nature who has re-
ceived special commendation from Dr.
Cabot, of Boston, recognized as one of
the three greatest medical authorities
in the United States.
Dr. Ullrichs will remain in Ann Ar-
bor over Monday and Tuesday and she
will address two meetings for uni-
versity women on these days at 4:00
o'clock in Newberry Hall. On Monday,
she will speak on "The Family," and
her lecture on Tuesday will be a treat-
ment of some phase of the subject of
As a member of the Minneapolis
vice commission, Dr. Ullrichs has done
some particularly valuable work. Be-
ing the only woman appointed on the
commission, several lines of original
investigation have been open to her
which have been closed to her associ-
COS IfOPOLITAN CLUB TO GIVE
VARIED VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
Rehearsals extending over more
than a week assure a finished enter-
tainment by the members of the Cos-
mopolitan club at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in Newberry hall. The entertainment
is open to all students, and will be in
the nature of a vaudeville production,
introducing stunts, musical numbers
and athletic exhibitions typical of the
various foreign countries represented
in the club.
Make arrangements by phone.
Call 4. Whitmore Lake Exchange.
9 y605 E. William
WHY . Because we give
OREN'S CAFETERIA The Convenient Peace
CHOOSE STANDING COMMITTEES
OF Y.M.C.A. FOR COMING YEAR
Social Service Work to Be Carried on
Extensively Along Various
Following the appointments to the
university Y. M. C. A. cabinet an-
nounced yesterday, by L. C. Reimann,
'17L, president of the organization,
the following standing committee ap-
pointments for the coming year have
Publicity committee, Whitley Moore,
'18, chairman; Paul Thompson, '16L;
I. C. Johnson, '16; A. T. Carlborn, '17L;
and Howard Moses, '18. Social Ser-
vice, Everett Judson, '16E, chairman;
W. W. Hall, '16; F. A. Stiles, '17; and
W. O. R. Johnson, '17. Religious and
other meetings, Paul C. Wagner, '16E,
chairman; and Grant L. Cook, '17L.
Religious education, Waldo R. Hunt,
'16, chairman; and Yancey Altsheler,
'17. Conservation work, William Good-
win, '16L, chairman, and deputation
work, P. C. Lovejoy, '16, chairman.
Assistants to the last two chairmen
have not as yet been appointed.
The special work which will be un-
dertaken by the publicity committee
this year will be the issu-
ance of a monthly bulletin
which will contain news of
all the activities in which. the "Y" is
engaged together with the names of
new committeemen as they are ap-
pointed. This bulletin will also con-
tain statements of finances and results
attained in the various lines of spe-
cial work in which special committees
will be engaged.
The work of the social service com-
mittee will be divided into three parts.
Work among the foreign classes will
include the teaching of English to the
foreigners working in several local in-
dustrial concerns. This work was
carried on very successfully during the
past year, the method of Dr.. Peter
Roberts, who originated the system
CAPS A G1OWNS
-Best materials and workmanship
-Perfect fit guaranteed
-Rental charge $2.00 from Swing-
Out to Coinmencement.
-No payment u n t i 1 outfit is
-Be measured early.
now in use in the Ford factory in
Detroit, being used.
Friendly visiting, which will be an-
other department of the social service
work, will include visiting among all
the inmates of the various local hos-
The work of several of the -other
committees will be subdivided, and as
this is done, the assistants to the gen-
eral chairman will be announced.
Cheaper and better than Meat
'he Place of
at - Treats
Choice Rib Roast
Choice Sirloin Steak
Pork Loin Roast
Lake Huron Trout
Blue Pike -
Walleyed Pike -
lthy growth can
y through two
Cod Fish, White Fish, Trout,
Herring, Bull Head.,
A reasonable price is made for
dressing special price fish.
ANN ARBOR FISH MARKET
212 E. WASHINGTON ST Phone 1853.
213 N. Main St.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
IN. GALLON CANS
AT PRICES CONSISTENT WITH THE QUALITY
We are also making special prices on Canned Vegetables
Ask about the quality and price of our Bulk Coffee
KYER & WITKER
114-6 E. WASIHINGTON
FOR Tennis Racquets, Tennis Balls, Base Balls, Finger Mits,
and Kodak Supplies
TRY US-WE ARE THE ONLY
Students' Supply Store
1111 S. UnIv. Ave.
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