THE MICHIGAN DAILY
fa k-Over Foot-wear
New Spring Styles now Ready
Oxfords, Pumps and Bos
Another Big Clean Up o1 Flity
Slightly Worn Kodaks
Prices start at from 30% to 5o% off regular prices, and're-
duce at the rate of ten cents per day until sold. Every one
plainly marked. This i5 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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Black and Tan
Sun Metal and Patent
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TIlE PLACE TO IO
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of all kinds
Cream delivered to any part of the city
116 S. Main St.
Meoky fi'X1, ~.21, 22
(EYE 1, Contralto
WHITEH ILL, Baritone
REN WICK, Organist
-Poor weather conditions was the
cause of temporarily discontinuing the
wireless chess match being played be-'
tween the Michigan and Ohio State Uni-
versity teams early yesterday morning,
the conclusion being set for Tuesday
-About IS stores will line both sides
of State to Maynard arcade. The
bank building, as well as the store on
the north side of the State street en-
trance, is to be two stories high..
-Prof. N. L. Ward, of the dental col-
lege, will go to Menominee Wednesday,
when he will give a paper and a clinic
before the Upper Peninsula Dental So-
-C. L. Penny, '13E, now an assistant
editor of , the "Engineering Record"
was in Ann Arbor yesterday. Penny
has bee4 engaged during the past two
years in the compilation of a "Manual
of American Waterworks" and has
gained much recognition from the
preparation of this work.
-T-Square society, composed of wo-
men in the Colleges of Engineering and
Architecture, held its regular meeting
yesterday, when the following officers
were elected: Bertha L. Yerex, '16A,
president; Dorothy T. Hanchett, '17E,
vice-president; Ruby M. Miller, '18A,
secretary; Dorothy Hall, '18E, treas-
urer; and Dorothy B. Sturgeon, '17E,
---Senior architects will meet at 4:30
o'clock Monday, in room 312 new en-
gineering building. It is desired that
all members of the class be present,
as the meeting will be an important
-In the inter-department golf tourney
now being held by the Golf Club the
following matches will be played:
Bohling and Borcherdt, lits, vs. O'Con-
nor and Marks, medics; and William-
son and Nicholson, laws, vs. Palmer
and Stearns, lits.
-Members of the university aero so-
ciety brought their new aeroplane in
from Detroit yesterday morning, be-
hind two automobiles. The bi-plane
has been stored in the building north
of the Daily office.
-Dr. Dean W. Iyers and Dr. H. M.
Beebe returned from meetings of the
Illinois and Ohio state homeopathic
societies respectively, where they read
-All classes in the dental college
and work in the clinic will be discon-
tinued on June 4.
IIITGH ITT'S YEARLINGS CRUSHED
IN ONE-SIDED GAME OFBALL
Seminary Siuggers Strike No Difficulty
Bu"ing "drs, All-Fresh
Michigan's All-Fresh baseball team
was completely outclassed in its game
yesterday at Orchard Lake. Andrus'
delivery proved to be no puzzle to the
Polish Seminary sluggers, and when
they were finally content to let the
game end, the count stood 13 to.4.
Both at bat and in the field, Norton
and Walterhouse played real baseball
for the yearlings. The latter in one
of his trips to the plate clouted the
ball for a circuit-drive.
Not content with the merciless
treatment which the slants of his bat-
tery-mate were receiving, Lambert of
the All-Fresh made a poor showing
behind the bat. Five passed balls
were his contribution to the Polish
score, and he also allowed them to
run wild on the paths, eight bases be-
ing pilfered on him.
The score by innings and batteries
AAl-Fresh 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0- 4 11 5
Polish S..3 0 5 1 0 0 3 1 *-13 16 3
Batteries--Andrus and Lambert;
Miudka and Budeck.
The freshmen are to meet the Poles
in this city May 29, and they hope to
retrieve some of their lost laurels.
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TH[ SODA [FOUNTAIN THAT IS LIBERAL
Save time at noon and night by dropping in for
one of our special lunches
Home Made Candies
POP. MATINEES 'WEEK MAY 17
25c. to $1.50 50c to $2.00
200 Orchestra Seats 200 Orchestra Seats
$1.50 DETROIT $1.50
Curtain, Nights 8:tS, Matinees 2:t5 (More Daylight Time)
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come to the
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Editor, The Michian Daily:-
Announcement was made through
your columns that the Hon. G. M.
Trevelyan, an authority (?) upon the
Balkan question, was to deliver a lec-
ture on, "The Situation in the Balkans."
This lecture evidently had the official
stamp of approval of the university,
as noted by the fact that the speaker
was introduced by the head of the
history department. The talk was to
be purely historical and matter of fact
in the exposition of the state of affairs
in the Balkans.
It is, however, clear to any person
who attended the talk, that the speaker
was evidently "making his case" for
England, her policy in the Balkans in
general and her excuse for helping her
ally Servia in particular. He particu-
larly emphasized the fact that the fight
of Servia was a fight for democracy
with which England was in complete
Without going into the controversy
any deeper, all that needs to be noted
is that the university and university
buildings were never intended to be
used for "politics" or "partisan pur-
poses," and that the authorities have
made themselves clear on this point
repeatedly and in no unmistaking
terms. Furthermore this is in direct
contradiction to President Wilson's
policy of neutrality, which we so much
M. B. SONNENSCHEIN, '15.
Horse and runabouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phone 106.
10c rents a kodak today. Lyndon.
Best values in tennis rackets at
Switzer's, 310 State.
S. Main St.
WEEK MAY 24
The Messrs. Shubert High Opinion of Discerning Detroit Theatre-Goers
-Only Stop Between New York and Chticag o of
The Winter Garden's Latest Production
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Coming Direct from Manhattan to Detroit, En Route to Chicago
605 E. William
W0Because we give
REN'S CAFETERIA The Convenient Pace
Call 106 for, large flat racks for in-
Buy shoes and satisfaction at the
same time from Gross & Dietzel, 119 E.
Confectionery, cigars, soft drinks,
and canoes for trips. P. G. Tessmer.
Skate at Weinberg's Roller Rink
Wright & Ditson and hand-made ten-
nis balls. 3 for $1.00, at Switzer's, 310
Educational club meets at 7:00
Choral Union ushers must return
MENORAH SOCIETY WILL HEAR
REVEREN IHEILMAN TONIGHT
"Loyalty," from the text in the Bible
"And Joseph remembered the dreams'
that he dreamed," is the subject of
Rev. Heilman's address to be given
before the Menorah society at New-
berry hall at 8:00 o'clock tonight. Rev-
erend Heilman is rector of the St.
Luke's church of Ypsilanti. Judge
Hugo Pam, '92, of the Illinois Appel-
late court will be the speaker next
Sunday night. The public is invited to
attend these meetings.
Open Sundays 9:30 to 4:30. Lyndon.
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cigars, Cigarettes
President: I-arry G. Gault, '15-'17L;
and William C. Mullendore, '16L.
Recording secretary: Louis M.
Bruch, '16L; John W. Finkensteadt,
'16; and Earl B. McKinley, '16.
Vice-president for the literary col-
lege: James B. Angell, 2nd, 'f6; Rus-
sell S. Collins, '16; and David R. Bal-
Vice-president for the engineering
college: Francis T. Mack, '16E; How-
ard H. Phillips, '16E; and Donald A.
Vice-president for the Law School:
Eugene R. McCall, '16L; and Werner
W. Schroeder, '16L.
Vice-president for the Medical
School: Joseph R. Darnell, '18M; and
William J. Egan, '16M.
Vice-president foxy the combined
schools and colleges: H.C. Allen, '161H;
Edwin W. Crysler, '16P; and Frank J.
repaired while you
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