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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 tal. e
the film to s me 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 of ten 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 knokv 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 elbe.

We sell from a sample line but our clothes
are tailored in town
OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28.00 UP
. 1. KIDD---Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

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$10.00 for a Name
We have purchased WEBB'S Confeptionery
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.

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ASSEMBLE MOST OF MATERIAL 11R. N. ULLRICHS SPEAKS ON
FOR HONOR SYSTEIrI PAlmiPlhLETI "UNNECESSARY EVIL" ITONIIT
Most of the material to be published 'Noted Woiman Lecturer Secured for
in the pamphlet which is to be is- Giving Address at Last
sued by the honor system considera- "Matj" Meetin
tion committee of the engineering -
college, has been gathered and editd. As the last of its public meetiags
Another meeting of the committee for this year the University Y. M. C. A.
will be held tomorrow or Tuesday to has secured Dr. Mabel Ullrichs, of
go over the material, and the pam- Milwaukee, Wis., who will speak to-
phiet xwiii appear as soon as the con- night at 6:30 o'clock in the Majestic
tents have been revised. theater on "The Unnecessary Evil."
--The talk will deal with various phases
of the sex problem and only men will
be admitted.
She has the distintion of being the
only womnan member oi the Min-
neapolis vice commission, and
she has -served on like bod-
ies in various places. She also
has the distinction of being the only
woman lectuer on sex problems who
has received the approval of Dr. Rich-
ard Cabot of Boston, considered one
--Officers of the Oratorical ansocia- of the greatest medical men in the
tion for next year will be nominated United States.
at an open meeting of the oratorical At the meeting tonight a brief re-
board to be held in room 301 of north port of the main branches of work
wing at 5:00 o'clock tomorrow. All which the "Y" has unlertaken during
members of the Oratorical association the year will be given. Paul V. Rams-
will be eligible to attend this meet- dell, '16, chairman of the recent Bus-
ing. rah campaign will give a two-minute
-To make a tour of inspection to two report of what the campaign accom-
Detroit factories, a party of about 20 plished in its canvass this year.
senior civil engineers and Prof. L
M. Gram, of the civil engineering de-
partment, spent yesterday morning
in that city. The party went through FROM SCOTTHIltl OF TOLEDO
the plants of the Russel Wheel and
Foundry Co., and the Dodge Motor Michigan's All-Fresh tennis team
Car Company. won its first outside match yesterday
--Herr Linder, a famous artist from morning on the Toledo Tennis club
Munich, Germany, who is now in New courts from Scott High School of that
York, has recenly sent an oil portrait city. The day was somewhat cold, but
of Prof. I. N. Demmon, of the Eng- in spite of this the matches were peppy
lish department, to the university. The and -fast, many love matches being
late Prof. Richard Hudson's portrait played.
which now hangs in the Memorial hall The matches were arranged by lot,
was painted by the same artist. and unfortunately Stocking drew
--Dean M. E. Cooley, of the engIneer- Johns, Toledo's best man. However,
ing college, returned last night from Stocking played good tennis and had
Hot Springs, Ark., where he has been his opponent worried throughout the
spending a three weeks vacation, entire match. The freshmen took the
-Tan Beta P1, engineering honor fra. measure of the high school men in four
ternity, will hold its annual reception matches while the Toledo men suc-
to the members of the engineering ceeded in taking the measure of Mich-
faculty and their wives, Friday night igan's representatives in two.
at Granger's academy. A dance will The results of the singles and doub-
be held after the reception. les matches are as follows: Steketee
-Senior engineers have elected Her- (M) d. Bradley (T) 5-7, 6-3, 6-3;
bert L. Bockstahler, '15E, class orator Coons (M) d. Wilson (T) 6-3, 7-5;
to succeed Herschel C. Smith, '15E, Stebbins (M) d. Southerland (T) 6--1,
who has left the university until his 6-7, 7-5; Johns (T) d. Stocking (M)
graduation in June. Kenneth Baxter, 6--4, 6--1. Stebbins and Coons (M)
'15E, has also been, chosen class toast- d. Bradley and Southerland (T) 6-3,
master and will preside at th e social 6-4; Wilson and Johns (T) d. Steke-
functions of the class this spring. tee and Stocking (M) 6-0, 6-0.
-tembers of the senior lit class, who
were elected to Phi Beta Kappa, will
hold a meeting at 4:00 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon in room 101 of the
economics building. The question of --
the purchase of keys will be decideds
upon.
-Although yesterday was officially Junior engineer baseball practice
the last day for taking individual pic- 3:00 o'clock tomorrow south Ferry
tures of the senior engineering class field.
opportunity will be given for delin-
quent sittings for a few days more. Meeting soph engicer baseball
Most of the pictures have been -taken, candidates 8:00 oclock tomorrow at
according to the firm of Randall and the Union.
Pack, and the group picture will be Soph engineer baseball practice
made up within a short time. so-uth Ferry field tomorrow at 3:30
--Due to the numerous univeisity o'clock.
events held last Friday night, the Senior lit baseball candidates re-
Cup debate, scheduled for that time, port on Ferry field at 3:30 tomorrw.
was postponed until Wednesday even- Choral union rehearsal 3:00 o'clock
ing, when the battle between Alpha today at the school of music.

CONTEST

CLOSES

MAY 10th

Drop in and convince
-yourself that we lead
Bloomfield & McGrath

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-Best materials and workmanship
-Perfect fit guaraut ed
Rental charge 12.oO frcIn Swing-
Out to Commencement.
-No payment u ti t i 1 outfit is
delivered.
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Riddle, 3b..........1
Brockman, lb... .1
Brown, 2b..... ..0
Drummond, rf... 2

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
1
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL...... .35 81
Michigan State Normal
AB RI
De Long, ss, p.....3 0
Kishigo, c ..........3 0
Langton, 2b ...... ..4 0
Rutan, If...........4 1
Pearl, .of..........4 0
Barnes, rf.........1 1
Torrey, p..........2 0
Murray, lb .........4 0
Johnson, 3b......-.4 0
Armstrong, c.......2 0
Hynes, rf ..... 2 0
Davis, ss ...... 1 0
TOTAL ..........34 2

10 27 9
College
H PO A
0 0 3
0 5 2
1 3 3
0 1 0
1 0 0
0 2 0
1 0 0
2 9 1
1 0 0
1 ? 1
7 27 12

1
0
0
0
5
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0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2

McQueen, 2b ......3
Sidler, If..........3
Benton, c..........5
Maltby, lb .........4
W altz, 3b ............5
Shivel, ss ..........4
McNamara, p ......4
* Anderson, -cf......2

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2
3.
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2
14
9
0
0
1
0

2
0
0
1
1
1
4
0

0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1

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TOTALS

* Replaced Sheehy in sixth inning.
Case School of Applied Science

Beckman, 3b.
Heidenreich,2
Clemens, c
Catlin, rf ....
Greek, If ...
Hathaway, ss
Hollman, f
Kellogg, ib
Andrus, p ...
Smith, p

AB R
. ..... .3 0
2b .....3 1
4 0
.4 0
........3 0
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3 0
3 0
2 0
1 0

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TOTALS ........ 28
* Replaced Andrewsi
ning.

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seventh in-

Score by innings:
.123
M. S. N. C.......0 10
All-Fresh.'......0 4 1

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0
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ALL-.FRESIA -PLAYERS
SWAMP NORINAL
(Continued from page 1)
- Miclhigatn

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Summaries: Struck out-by Torrey,
4 in 5 innings; by De Long, 7 in 4
innings; by Andrus 6 in 9 innings;
two base hit-Walterhouse, Murray;
three base hit-Walterhouse; bases on
balls-off Torrey 5, off De Long 1, off
Andrus 4; stolen bases-Norton 2, Ip-
pel 2, Piggott 2, Field, Waltorhouse,
Bialoskey, De Long, Davis ,Lang-
ton; sacrifice fly-Baribeau; sacri-
fiie .hits--Bialoskey,' Field.
1ITl' CASE TWIRLERS {
FOR 17-RUN TOTAL
(Continue(, from page 1)
311-chigan

t Benton out in seventh inning for
failing to touch second base.
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Case .........1000 0 00000-1
Michigan. .160 2 2 150 *-17
Summaries: Home runs-Michigan
4 (McQueen, Sisler, Maltby, Waltz);
sacrifice hit-Waltz; sacrifice fly-Mc-
Queen; struck out-by McNamara 14
in 9 innings, by Andrus 1 in six in-
nings, by Smith 1 in 2 1-2 innings;
first base on balls--by MeNamara 2 in
9 innings, by Andrus 3 in 6 innings,
by Smith 2 in 2 1-2 innings; hit by
pitcher-by McNamara, (Beckman), by
Smith (Sisler); passed balls-Benton
2; wild pitch-McNamara; stolen bas-
es-Labadie 3, Sisler 2, Sheehy, Ben-
ton, Heidenreich; umpire-Dr. J. A.
Kimzey; time of game-2 hours, 20
minutes.

AB R 41 I O-A E
.3 0 1 4 2 2
4 0 0 4 2 0
3 1 1 1 0 0
5 0 0 0 2 0i
5 2 2 1 0 01
3 2 2 2 0_.0.
...1 2 0 8 0 2
.2 1 2 0 0'
0 2 0 3 0;

AB R H
Sheehy, of .......4 2 3
Labadie, rf . .....5 3 2

PO A E
0 0 0
0 0 0

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