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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Over Foot-Wear
Spring Styles now Ready

3 Thoughts
Every 1915 Kodak is autographic.
Almost any Kodak can be made autographic with a new back.
The Autographic Feature is only one of several new features.-
Let us show you the new ones.

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

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OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28.OO UP

Pumps and Boots

LYNDON

719 N. University

C. I. KIDD -aSophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

Where Kodaks are the real issue-not a side issue.

FOR WOMEN

Tan

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O(VER

Military Pumps
and Oxords
Gun Metal and Patent
The Latest

SOCIETIES BA TTLE TONIORROW
NIHT rIN YEARLY CUP DEBATE
If Webster Loses,, Organization Trust
Rest Xdelplii Three Times
to Win Trophy

F. L. HALL, 514 E.WIlliaw
i Phone 1223
PRESSINGandDel"Fo
NO LOSS BY FIRE

$1000 for a Name

' Walk-Over Boot Shop .s I Main

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THE PLACE TO GO
WHEN DOWN TOWN
Cooling D rinks
of all ki ds
Cream delivered to any part of the city

116 S. Main
'Phone 166

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AY ESTIVAL
Mary 19, 2O, 21, 22

Soprano
L.Soorano

ARTISTS
MWCORMACK, Tenor
MURPHY, Tenor.
HARRISON, Baritone
WHITEHILL, Baillone
BAUER, Pianist
REN WICK, Organist

Arano
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n Children's Chorus Boys' Chorus
Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Stanley and Stock, Conductors

Considerable interest attaches to the
seventeenth Cup debate at 8:00 o'clock
tomorrow night between Alpha Nu and
Webster societies in room B of the
law building. The importance of the
event arises from the fact that every
yearly debate now brings permanent
possession of the cup nearer to reali-
zation, the rule being that the trophy
shall pass to the victor in the most
contests in 20 years. The preceding
battles have given Adelphi eight vic-
tores, Webster six, Jeffersonian one,
and Alpha Nu one. The latter two so-
cieties are obviously out of the run-
ting, but the outcome of the race be-
'ween Webster and Adelphi is yet a
matter of conjecture, with the odds
.favoring Adelphi.
The present 'Contest complicates the
situation by placing in opposition two
teams, one of which can gain nothing
by winning, and the other of which
may lose all if it is defeated, for, if
Webster fails to win tomorrow night's
fray, it will be necessary to conquer
Adelphi in the three final contests in
order not to lose the cup forever to
that society.
The Webster team is composed of
P. G. Eger, '16, T. F. McDonald, '17L,
and L. W. Lisle, '17L. Alpha Nu will be
represented by H. B. Tegarden, '17,
H. H. Springstun, '17, and E. L. Car-
roll, '15. James V. Oxtoby, '95L, will
preside. He was a member.of the de-
bating team of 1895.
TRY OUT FOR NEXT YEAR'S BAND
Selectons from Popular Comic Operas
to Feature Concert Friday
Beginning with the Varsity band
rehearsal at 7:00 o'clock tomorrow
night in University Hall, men whe
wish to try out for the organization
next year will have an opportunity to
show their abilities. As anyone in
the university may compete, it is ex-
pected that many candidates will be
present. The selections for the band
next year will depend on the showing
of the bandmen during the spring
season.
The next appearance of the Varsity
:.'usicians will be at the ball game
tomorrow, the men assembling at 3:30
o'clock in front of University hall to
march down to the field.
The next campus concert will be on
Friday evening, and a special pro-
gram of music selected from popular
comic operas is being arranged for
the occasion. The feature of the even-
ing will be a cornet solo by Lisle C.
Cortwright, '17.
NOTICE
*At its May meeting the Board in
Control of Student Publications will'
choose a business manager and man-
aging editor for the Michigan Daily3
and the Gargoyle, respectively. It isf
the policy of the board in filling the
positions on the publications under itsI

-Howard Hicks, who will graduate
from Hillsdale College in June, has
received the appointment from the fac-
ulty at Hillsdale to the University of
Michigan fellowship for the academic
year, 1915-16. Miss Grace Cone,a grad-
uate from Hillsdale in 1914, was ap-
pointed alternate. The university fel-
lowship carries with it a yearly stipend
of $300.
-Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Miss Grace Reynolds, '15,
of Manistee, to Floyd Wuerth, of Ann
Arbor. The marriage occurred in To-
ledo, Ohio, February 5, and has been
kept secret for a long time, the formal
announcement being made to a few of
the bride's friends last Friday evening.
-Miss Julia Roys, of 533 East Univer-
sity avenue, and formerly secretary
of the city Y. W. C. A., was married
to Charles Fyke, of Bryan, Ohio, Sun-
day afternoon.
-Dean J. R. Effinger will leave this
afternoon for the conference of deans
of academic departments of state uni-
versities in the middle west, which will
be held at the University of Indiana,
Bloomfield, during the next two days.
-Prof. A. I. Crittenden will give an
extention lecture before the business
men's bible class of the First Congre-
gational, church of Detroit, next Sun-
day. His subject will be "Civic Cen-
ters of Ancient Rome.
-Vuleans, senior honorary engineer-
ing society, and Triangles, junior hon-
orary engineering society, held an in-
formal dinner last night at the Catalpa
'Inn.
-Tau Beta Pi, engineering honor fra-
ternity, will hold its regular bi-weekly
dinner at 6:00 o'clock tonight at the
Union.
-President Harry B. Hutchins has re-
ceived an invitation to choose one or
more delegates from the faculty to
represent the university at the Pan-
American Scientific congress, which
will be held in Washington,.D. C., from
December 27 to January 8, under the
auspices of the government.
-Prof. A. H. White, head of the chem.-
ical engineering department, will speak
before the regular assembly of the
freshman engineering class at 11:00
o'clock this morning in room 348,
engineering building. Following the
talk, the class will discuss plans for
its pow-wow.
-Senior architects Will hold thpir
"swing-out" tomorrow afternoon, ac-
cording to plans laid by the class
yesterday. Harold B. Abbott, '15A, was
elected alumni secretary of the class,
and a committee was chosen to pre-
pare designs for a commencement pro-

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yourself that we lead

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

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

Bloomfield & McGrath

for best suggestion for a new name.

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Lunches

P with Delta Care and Quality

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State and Packard;

Phone 817

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JO RNL I lDI ~ iRO iHii AN
FASTEST ENGRAVERS iN ThE WEST

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FOR-
CAPS AND 60W NS
-Best materials and wocrkm anship
-Perfect fit guarante ed
-Rental charge $2.00 from Swing-
Out to Commencement.
No payment u n t i1 outfit is
delivered.
-Be measured early.

men

ELECTRiCAL CONTRACTORS
Electrical Repair Work
Electrical Fixtures mnd Supplies
"IF IT'S ELECTRICAL COME AND SI E GS"

St.

Phone 2135-M

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Ely 9 605 E. William
Y I * Because we give

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Large Variety

Cheaper Meals

CAFETERIA

The Convenient Place

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Phi Beta Kappa

We have on hand for delivery PHI BETA
KAPPA CHARMS ia various sizes.
Heavy weight 14kt gold charms engraved
to your order delivered upon presentation
of your certificate.
Any special sizes made to order.

control to award them on the basis of
merit to those who have served in
minor positions on the publication to
which the positions pertain.
It sometimes happens, however, that
no one who has served on the publica-
tion during one year is eligible or
capable of filling one of the leading
positions thereon for the ensuing year.
When either of these sets of circum-
stances arises the board finds it neces-
sary to consider outside candidates.
This notice should not be considered
as an intimation that either of these
situations will arise this year.
All applications for these positions
should be in the hands of Prof. F. N.
Scott on or before May 10 in order to
be considered. Each application
should contain a statement of the ex-
perience of the applicant and should
be accompanied by the applicant's;
eligibility card and any letters of
recommendation which he may have,
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT
PUBLICATIONS.
LOST-Eye glasses with guard chain
for ear. Reward at Daily.
WANTED-Two waiters or waitresses
to assist during rush hours. Apply
Macks Tea Room 2nd Floor.

gram.
-L. L. Bryson, instructor in the rhet-
oric department, published a short
story in the Associated Sunday Maga-
zine under the title of "The Yellow
Streak."
-Copies of the 1915-16 announcement
of the Colleges of Engineering and
Architecture are now being given out
in the office of Secretary James P.,
Bird.
-Mr. S. 1). R. Smith, Michigan mana.
ger of the United Press, will speak on
the methods of the United Press, at
4:00 o'clock Friday, in room 203 Uni-
versity hall.
-Plans are now being drawn up for a
greenhouse at the new botanical gar-
den on Packard street. The work will
be entirely in the hands of the build-
ings and grounds committee.
-Prof. R. M. Wenley, of thg philosophy
department, will speak at the annual
dinner of the Colonial Wars society at
Detroit, Friday, on the subject, "Chang-
ing America."
-In this year's annual May Festival
art exhibit, the Ann Arbor Art asso-
ciation will present the paintings of
Leon A. Makielski, and the pastels
and colored etchings of Francis P.
Paulus. Mr. Makielski is an instructor
in the college of architecture and Mr.
Paulus is one of Detroit's colony of

THIS WEEK THURS, FRI., and SAT,
Che
Photoplay That Ran For Months in New York
at the Longacre Theatre
This wonderful production will be shown with
Special Scenery and Music
Matinee All Seats Temn Cents
Ne ights Ten and Fifteen Cents
" Auto Boxes 25 Cents

Arnold

& Co.

Jewelers
220 South Main Street

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-Modern, five room, steam
.t. Inquire 604 E. Liberty,
colm. Call 1713-M or 1661-

wANTED-Student to teach automo-
bile driving during spare time. Ap-
ply at Stark & Woodbury Auto Sales
Co. 207 N. Main-

artists.
-All games in the interclass baseball
series, which were to be played yester-
day, will be played this afternoon.
Wednesday was left open on the sched-
ule, and those games which were not
played yesterday will be played today.
-Dr. I. H. Cummings, of the univer.
sity health service, gave the principal
talk at the smoker of the Minnesota
club held at the Union last night.

Ale the clothier formerly in bis-
eiess at 113 So. Maiin St, has o1ed
one block oiith to 2l lSo. Mai,. ( 11

and see
Cloth ing,

ard furntismin,-,, tie latest,
and l 'st N. F. ALLEN .

LOST-On Cross St. Ypsilanti, a white
embroidery oolero waist of value to
owner. % 'ill the finder please call
phone 68-M. 605 Cross St.

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