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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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t Weather Hint
r that sweltering feeling we suggest
N E OF -ONE TWO PIECE
LM BEACH COMFORT,
SUITS

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Another Big Clean Up- of Fifty
Slightly Worn Kodaks
Prices start at from 30% 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.

PREPARE
FOR STRAW HAT DAY

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MAY

15th

LYNDON

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Positively the lightest weight,
coolest suit possible to wear
ready to wear Coats Serge and Flannel
Trousers await your inspection

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SUITS FOR HIRE

SHIRTS TO ORDER

J. K. MALCOM
E. Liberty Malcolm Block

CIUSIVE STYLES
IN
dEN'S SHOFS

will always be
found here.

Our Prices and our Shoes

are RIGHT

and WE FIT YOU RIGHT

'WIIELE55 USED TO
PLAY CHESS MATCH'
Michigan and Ohio Engage in Contest
By Air Communications;
Game in Progress
ADVANTAGE FAVORS WOLVERINES
* . BULLETIN. *
* thWord receivedat 2:00 o'clock *
* this morning from Captain E.*
* Roth of the Michigan team, stat- *
* ed that, complying with Ohio's *
* wishes, the match had been dis- *
* continued for the night. It will *
* begin again tomorrow. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * *
For the first time in history, so far
as is known, wireless telegraphy serv-
ed as a medium for a chess match
when the University of Michigan play-
ers engaged the Ohio State University
team last evening. As The Daily goes
to press the evenly matched game is
being continued, with the advantage
resting slightly with the Wolverines.
The first spark was flashed by Oper-
ator D. A. Nichols at 8:54, and al-
though much static was present in the
ether, communication was well and
fully established by 9:30. The first
move was transmitted at 9:58, and the
game progressed steadily from that
time on, each side being placed upon
its honor to report the correct time of
the receipt of moves and to send the
answering move within five minutes.
A telephone system was installed be-
tween the wireless room and the room
adjoining, where the chess boards
were laid, the various plays being
transmitted by the players to Opera-
tor Nichols by this means. Last re-
ports were that, weather conditions
remaining favorable, the match would
be continued to a conclusion last night.
The .line-up of the teams follow:

F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 2225
Pr ESSING.nd Delv or
NO LOSS BY FIRE
DR. CUMMINGS DENIE S STORIES
OF CHENOT HEART OPERATION
That no heart operation was per-
formed 'on James Chenot, '16, now at
Grace hospital, Detroit, was the state-
ment made by Dr. H. H. Cummings,
of the university health service staff,
yesterday, after a consultation with
the hospital authorities in Detroit.
"A needle was put in the pericar-
dial sack and some bloody fluid was
drawn out" said Dr. Cummings, "but
as to stories that a heart operation was
performed-they are absurd. Opera-
tions, on the heart, except to sew up
a stab wound, are unknown in the field
of surgery. Several German surgeons
claim they have tried such operations,
but admit failure in every instance."

Near Allenel Hotel

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Bostoniam Oxfords
Made-to-yourx-Measuzre Clothes
Call, and let us tell the rest.
CAMPUS BOOTERY' 308 S. State street

Get your Straw or Panama Hat at the Factory Hat Store.
Everything the very latest 'in Straws, Panamas, and Leghorns.
We can also make them up to order and trim them just as
you want them.
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FACTORY HAT STORE
W. W. MANN, Proprietor

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118 E. Huron St.

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Try Us we save you money.

119 E. Liberty St.

Rubber soled shoes re-soled as they should be

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Whatever you set out to win-honor
inclasses, leadership on track, diamond
or gridiron, train on
Full of vim-every drop of it supremely wholesome and good " '
Delicious-Refreshing ,
Thir8t-Quenchin

Michigan
W. T. Adams, '17
E. C. Roth, '15
W. G. Given, '16E
Samuel Cohen, '17E
Fred Sacia, '15E
Rex B. Cunliffe, '16

O. S. U.
Raymond Miles
Paul Giesy
Edw. Clayton
Henry Schuer
James O. Lord
Jacob Bowers

THE COCA-COLA Co.
Atlanta, Ga.

think
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EN(RAVIINGT CO.
JOURNAL. BUILDING DETROIT, MICHIGAN

CALIFORNIA
EXPOSITIONS
$7200
ROUND TRIP VIA
Choice of many Routes
going and returning
All your questions gladly answered.
Call on or address
Tioket Agent
MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. R.
RENT-Modern, five room, steam
ated flat. Inquire 604 E. Liberty,
K. Malcolm. Call 1713-M or 1661-
ate at Weinberg's Roller Rink

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FASTEST ENGRAVERS IN THE WEST
ENTHUSIASM RULES
AT UNION MEETING
(Continued from page 1)
and of democracy," declared Mr. Pond.
McNamara Makes Hit
"Danny Deever" was rendered stir-
ringly by Edward J. McNamara, bari-
tone, of Paterson, N. J. The singer
was greeted with continued applause
and cheers, and his second and last
number, "Oh, for a Breath of the Moor-
lands," by Thomas, was also well re-
ceived. McNamara's voice proved a
revelation even .to those who heard
him here last year. Selden S. Dick-
inson, '13-'15L, chairman of the com-
mittee in charge, accompanied McNa-
mara at the piano.
Three amendments to the Union con-
stitution, affecting the qualifications
for life membership, the manner of
nomination of officers by p'etition and
the details of the election of off'cers,
vere carried without opposition. Pres-
ident P. D. Koontz, '14-'17L, ' of the
Union, was in charge of the business
meeting.

WHIPPING CORNELL INTO SHAPE
Coach Sharpe Confident but Cautious;
Prepares for Michigan Clash;
Expects Good Game
ITHACA, N. Y., May 12.-Coach
Sharpe's Cornell baseball team plays
Columbia here tomorrow, and follow-
ing that comes the Michigan game at
Ann Arbor on Saturday.
The Cornell aggregation has been
spending a busy week, and should be
in excellent shape for the journey west
to meet the Wolverines. Princeton
proved easy for Cornell last Saturday,
although the Notre Dame squad man-
aged to squeeze out a victory here on
Monday. The Catholic squad had a
narrow escape at that, for Clary was
racing for the plate with the winning
run in the 10th inning, when Captain
Dugan's splendid peg from center field
nipped the Cornellian at the plate,
forcing the contest another inning.
Notre Dame jumped all over Johnson
in the 11th, and shoved four runs ac-
ross the platter, giving them the con-
test, although Cornell rallied and scor-
ed once. Notre Dame has been defeat-
ed by Michigan, which indicates Sat-
urday's game should be a corker. No-
tre Dame has far and away the best
collection of national pastimers that
have appeared here this season.
The chances are that Regan will
work against the Wolverines, as Coach
Sharpe wants the strongest possible
combination against Michigan. Regan
is in excellent shape, as a certain nine
gentlemen from Princeton will readily
testify. Regan stopped the Tigers ab-
solutely in the Princeton game, and
should give Michigan a great battle.
Fail To Secure Prof. Anatole Le Bras
Attempts made recently to get Prof.
Anatole Le Bras, of the University of
Rennes, Paris, to lecture in Ann Arbor
had to be abandoned due to lack of
funds to carry out the plan. Prof. Le
Bras has been lecturing in colleges
throughout the country and the fact
that he is a very able speaker makes
it regrettable that he will not lecture
in Ann Arbor.

Sheppard to Lecture Before Engineers
Mr. H. S. Sheppard, of the electrical
engineering department, will lecture
before the Detroit-Ann Arbor section
of the American Institute of Electric-
al Engineers at 8:00 o'clock tomor-
row night, in room 248, engineering
building. The subject of Mr. Shep-
pard's lecture will be, 'Wireless Tel-
egraphy," and the talk will be sup-
plemented with a visit to the wireless
laboratory of the engineering college.
The public is welcome.
FA RRELL WORKS ON
MILE RELAY TEXM
(Continued from page 1)
addition to him, the 'Orange will have
at least one and perhaps two or three
ether good men in the race.
The coach staged a 100-yard dash
between the two sprinters, Captain
Smith and "Obie" O'Brien, the captain
breasting the tape'in the lead, although
the Irishman was right on his heels.
Again the coach refused to make pub-
lic the story told by* the watch, after
his inspection of the timepiece, which
examination took place with the on-
lookers stationed in the back ground,
but he wore one of those expressions
that he used to summon last year after
"Chink" Bond "Hal" Smith and
"Howdy" Seward had just torn off the
distance in practice. This should be
enough information for any good Mich-
igan man.
Clarence Ufer ran a quarter to judge
pace, and if the Ufer person completes
the half next Saturday at the same
speed, the days of "Phil" Jansen and
Murphy will be back again. This Chi-
cago youth, if pushed, is going to run
a mighty fast race against Syracuse,
as he has the stuff.
Carroll wasn't out, but no one seems
to be worrying particularly about "Ed-
die" as far as can be seen. The last
time the rooters saw him in action in
the Varsity meet, he finished his mile
running so strongly, that the coach
hastened several assistants out upon
the track to detain the sophomore,
fearing that "Eddie" might have lost
the count and might be figuring that
there was still another lap to run.
Trials over the low hurdles will be
staged this afternoon.
What's in a name when you can
save money by buying the B. V. D.
Co's only rival for fifty cents. Davis
Main St.
Better than B. V. D.'s and they cost
fifty cents less-are the new spring
suits of underwear that Davis at 119 S.
Main St. is selling.
You can buy five good ten cent ci-
gars with the money you save on buy-
ing your spring underwear at Davis,
119 S. Main St.

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Maurice Costello
Famous Moving Picture Actor,
says:
"The great thing about Tuxedo is
the fact that it gives full fragrance
and flavor together with extreme
mildness. I find Tuxedo not only
the height of pipe enjoyment but
a distinct benafit because it givcs
just the proper degree of relaxa-
tion. Tuxedo is undoubtedly -an
exceptional tobacco."
"As Popular As The
Movies"-TUXEDO

Tuxedo answers every smoke desire-every little
palate craving, every longing for the one Perfect Pipe
and Cigarette tobacco. No matter when or how you
smoke Tuxedo it sends right into your heart a glim-
mer of Gladsome Sunshine. And you can just about
hear the honeybees buzz in the far-off gardens.

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The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette

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THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY

University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. V

WOLVERINES YIELD
VICTORY TO.
(Continued from page
Michigan
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Sheehy cf............4 0
McQueen 2b..........3 0
Brandell ss...........4 0
Sisler If ..............4 1
Benton c.............3 0
Labadie rf... .... .3 1
Maltby lb...........2 1
Waltz 3b...... .....3 0
Shivel 3b...........0 0
Ferguson p ...........2 0
McNamara p ..........0 0
* Stewart ...........1 0
** Niemann.........0 0
TOTALS..........29 3
* Batted for Waltz in 8th.

AGGIES
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Sings into your system a song of keen delight.
It spreads real happiness and cheer because it's smok-
able, lovable, all day, all night-no matter how the
weather fits. Tuxedo's flavor is so enticingly mild
and - delicately fragrant it will not irritate the most
sensitive throat.
Simply the choicest mild leaves of grand old
Kentucky Burley-ripe, rich, fragrant and mellow-
made into delicious tobacco that smokes as smooth
as cream. That's Tuxedo.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient, glassine -wrapped, Famous green tin, with gold
moisture-proof pouch. ... lettering, curved to fit pocket 1 C
In Tin Humidors 40c and 80c In Glass Humidors 50c and 90c

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Michigan Aggies
AB HPO AE
Fick ss..............5 0 1 0 0
Thomascf...........5 1 0 0 0
Williams 2b.... . ..4 2 0 2 0
Fuller 3b............2 0 0 3 0
Brownrf..... .. . 4 0 0 0 1
Frimodiglb,.........4 2 14 0 0
Bibbins c............. 3 1 9 1 1
McWilliams lf........4 1 1 0 0
Miller p ................3 0 2 4 0
Springer p ............1 0 0 2 0
TOTALS...........35 7 27 11 2
Michigan.... ...1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
M. A. C. ...."....0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Summaries: Runs-McQueen 1, Ful-
ler, Brown, Frimodig 3; first
base on balls-off Ferguson 3;
left on bases-Michigan 4, M.
A. C. 5; struck out-by Ferguson
7 in 8 innings, by Miller 5 in 6 innings,
by Springer 3 in 3 innings. Passed
balls-Benton; hit by .;pitcher-by
Springer 1. Time of game .2 hours.
Umpire-Egan of Detroit.

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** Batted for Ferguson in 8th.

CALLING CARDS!

100 CARDS AND
PLATE, $1.25 UP.

This price is the best in town. If you get your cards now, you will have a plate
that will last forever. Drop in and see us.
Stdns'Supply, Store*

1111 S. Univ. Ave.

Phone 1160-R

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