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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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31k-Over Foot-Wear
New Spring Styles now Ready

Another Big Clean Up pf Fifty
Slightly Worn Kodaks
Prices start at from 3o to 500/, off regular prices, and re-
duce at the rate of ten cents per day until sold. Every one
plainly marked. This is the biggest snap you ever saw.

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

OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28.00 UP

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Pumps and Boots

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

LYNDON

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FOR WOMEN

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Military Pumps
and Oxfords
gon Metal and Patent
The Latest

Latest

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ter's Walk-Over BootShop is Main

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THE PLACE TO GO
WHEN DOWN TOWN

Cooling Drinks
- of all kinds
Cream delivered to any part of the city
116 S. Main St.
Phone 166

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I AY FESTIVAL
M f.y 19, ;'o, 21, 22

ARTISTS
McCORMACK, Tenor
MURPHY, Tenor
HARRISON, Baritone
WHITEH ILL, Baritone
BA UER, Pianist
RENWICK, Organist
Iren's Chorus Boys' Chorus
Symphony Orchestra

Stock, Conductors

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Lunches
:lta Care and Quality

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V ALITY

nd Packard

Phone 817

UT TENNIS SQUAD
TO SEVEN PLAYER
Captain Reindel, Crawford, Switzer,
Mack, Polasky, Cohen and .
Eaton Remaint
WILL MEET DETROIT TOMORROWt
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Following yesterday afternoon's try-
outs and a consultation between Coach
Lee and Captain Reinde, the tennist
squad was cut from 15 to seven men,a
in preparation for the final competi-I
tion before picking the four men who
will go east with the team when the]
Wolverines invade the enemies's
courts.J
The men who are now left on the
squad are ranked in the following or-
der: Captain Reindel, Crawford, Mack,
Switzer, Polasky, Cohen and Eaton.-
Eaton's defeat by Cohen in yesterday's
play put Cohen in the place he occu-
pied before the Toledo tryouts of last'
week. The six men first named in the
above list will make the trip to De-
troit tomorrow when the Varsity meets1
the team of the Detroit Tennis club in
the afternoon.i
Although the make-up of the Detroit
Tennis club team is not yet public,
the Varsity will meet some opposition
which should put them in fine fettle
for the eastern trip which starts a
week from tomorrow. The cracks of
the Detroit team have not been 6n the
courts as long as the Michigan men
and Captain Reindel's followers may
spring a surprise when the totals are
turned in.
Richard Doughty will probably be
among those to face the Wolverines,
playing first on the Detroit team. He
has been champion of the state of
Michigan, and while in Williams col-
lege was captain of the tennis team
and intercollegiate champion of New
England. His support will probably
rest in Atkinson, Donovan, Hibbard,
Spicer and Stevens, all experienced
veterans of the game.
Next week will be spent in a series
of "round-robin" matches which will
keep the men busy sizing each other
up. On the basis of next week's prac-
tice the final selection of four men for
the team will be made. The doubles
teams are now lined up, and it is like-
ly that the team-work between the
men may have something to do with
the result.
The composition court, which. has
been completed as far as work on the
base is concerned, will probably be ful-
ly *quipped with netting, posts, and
a surface dressing by next week. De-
lay in shipment of the equipment is
the ,cause of keeping the men off the
court.
SOPH LITS BEST JUNIOR LITS
IN CLASS BASEBALL STRUGGLE
Nieman and Warner Hurl in Acceptable
Fashion; Shelley, 1917
Leader, Stars
While the varsity was busied on the
regular diamond this afternoon the
soph lits were hammering at the junior
lits on south Ferry field. The sophs
scored two runs in the sixth winning
the game for them.
Warner and Nieman were the hurl-
ers and each acquitted himself in fine
shape. Roehm showed up well for the
juniors while Shelley, who was elect-
ed captain of the sophs, performed in
stellar fashion by lacing out a homer
in the third inning.
The lineup and score was as follows:

Soph lits-Opal c, Nieman p, Birming-
ham 1b, Shelley 2b, Talbot 3b, Ellis ss,
Trost lf, White cf, Levison rf,, -Junior
lits-Baer cf, Thomas rf, Roehm 2b;
Easton If, Cork ss, Martins c, Richard-
son 1b, Stewart 3b, Warner p.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Junior lits .........3 0 1 0 1 0 0-5
Soph lits .......... 0 3 1 0 1 2 x-7
Two other games were scheduled for
Summaries:
Stolen bases-Brandell; sacrifioe
hits -Ferguson; three base hits-Ben-
ton, Waltz; base on balls-off Slater
1; left on bases-Michigan 4, Syracuse
5; double plays-McQueen to Bran-
dell to Maltby; Ahearn to Seymour to
Hamilton, Hamilton , to Seymour;
struck out-by Ferguson 9, by Slater
5. Time of game 1 hr. 55 min. Um-
pine-Egan of Detroit.

MAKE $15 A DAY During your Vacation
Introdueting our KING BUTTER SEPAR-
ATOR. Produces best grade of butter from
cream or milk, sweet or sour, in less than 5
minutes. Ivery cow-owner needs one. Re-
tails $ up. "Sell faster than I can get
hem," says A. S. Kline, Lone Dell, Mo.
errr;y bodyan tsone; sh ipro more; this
ord radeinii day," writes Bob Parsons,
Celina, 1en Write for free sample, salary
andi con~ifh S ip ropositi ons.
DeKING M G. CO., Dept. X 2, chicago.
play yesterday, but.the teams failed
to show up. These games must be
played before Saturday night or the
teams will be credited with one game
lost.
There are three games scheduled
for play this afternoon. The Archi-
tects will meet the Pharmics, the jun-
ior lits will meet the fresh lits and the
junior engineers will tackle the fresh-
men engineers.
MAY IIOLI) COMMITTEE MEETING
Honor System Considerators to Revise
Pamphlet Material
Although no definite, hour has been
set, a meeting of the honor system
consideration committee of the engin-
eering college probably will be held
this afternoon. Most of the material,
which is to appear in the pamphlet to
be issued by the committee, has been
gotten together, and will be revised
at the meeting.
A United States government digest
on honor systems for colleges has been
received by the committee, and mater-
ial from it will be used in the pamphlet
and the recommendations which the
committee will make to the classes of
the engineering college. The digest
contains a summary of the workings of
the system at over 170 colleges and
universities in this country.
Horse and runabouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phone 106.

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JOURNL (~ILD4N DETOIT. MillGA

Made to your measure

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ALBERTI GANSLE
Merchant Tailor
1o8 E . Washington St. 2nd Floor

Bloomfield & McGrath

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$10.0or N
We have purchased WEBB'S Confectionery
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.
CONTEST CLOSES MAY 10th

A good service-
able Suit 820.00
A better one for $22.50
An exception-
ally fine Suit
for - - - $25.00

Pal B each
Suits -

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Drop in and convince
yourself that we lead

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RIC GRILL SALE
MAY 3 TO MAY 8
ovo, $3.35; Hot Point Iron, red. to $3
et bargain yet in Electrical heating devices. ORDER NOW
BICE-ERNEST CO.
t. Phone 2153-M

START with a cool
shower-then Rock-
ingehair underwearPalm
Beach silk hose, a sport
shirt, white flannels and a
campus coat.. You will be sure
of a comfortable pleasant day. We can
give you everything but the shower.

[Yl 09605 E. William
Y Because we give
Service
Large Variety C~ac el
L.TE . Ta"** ChenerMe l
VFETERtIA The Convenient Place

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best part of
URAD you
not describe.
you recognize
istantly. And
never for-
it.
15c.

GO ELEVEN INNLN1GS
TO SCRELESS
(Continued from page 1)
Michigan
AB RHPO
Sheehy, cf ..........4 0 0 2
Labadie, rf.... ..4 0 0 2
McQueen, 2b.......4 0 0 1
Sisler, if........... 0 0 2
Brandell, ss.......4 0 0 4
Benton, o.........4 0 2 10
Maltby, Lb.........4 0 0 10
Waltz, 3b.. . ... .4 0 2 0-
Ferguson, p.......2 0 0 2
Niemann *...........1 0 0 0
TOTALS ........34 0 4 33
* Batted for Ferguson in 11th.
Syracuse
AB RH PO

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300 South State Street

More' than a store --a campus institution

etks in

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Taxicab
the hour, Baggage.
209 W. Huron.

Rafter, cf........5
Wilbur, 3b. ....5
Seymour, 2b.......4
Ahearn, ss.........5
Hamilton, lb.......5
Cohable, If........4
Lowe, rf..........4
Morgan, c.........4
Slater, p..........4
TOTALS ........36
Michigan ...0 0 0 0 0
Syracuse ...0 Q 0 0 0

0 0
0 1
0 0
0 1
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0 1
0 1
0 0
0 2
0 8
0 0 0
0 0 0

3,4 1
2 5 0
13 1 1
0 0 0
2 0 0
6 1 1
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33 16 3'
0 0 0-0
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