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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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-5 WALK-OVERS j$5
Five dollars is a good, fair price.
Fair to us and fair to the customer.
WHY PAY MORE?

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

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

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Guaranteed fit, sizes AA to
E, 5 to 11
ANY
LEA HER
ANY
COLOR
Rubber or Leather Soles
Hotstetter's
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN ST.

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TlH E PLACE TO GO
WHEN DOWN TOWN
Cooling Drinks
of all kinds
Cream deliveredto any part of the city
116 S. Main St.
Phone 166J

MAY FESTIVAL,
M^.y 19, .0, 21, 22

NAME PROSPECTIVEl
VARSITYA'SR
Beaver, '16, and Finkenstaedt, '16,
Choice to Run forTrack Manager,
Steen, '1iE, and Stryker,
'16. to Guide Nine
CAMPUS TO SELECT FINALLY
ON GENERAL ELECTION DAY
T. S. Cox, '.17, H. C. Snyder, '17E, Kirk
White, '17, and Five Others Out
for Jobs as Assistants
Six men were nominated for Varsity
managerships and 24 selected to run
for the various assistantships, at yes-
terday's meeting of the board of direc-
tors of the athletic association.
Martin Beaver, '16, and John Fink-
enstaedt, '16, were chosen to run for
the office of Varsity track manager.
The assistants to the track men nomi-
nate, four of whore will be chosen
by the general vote of the campus,
were Kemp S. Burge, '17, Julian S.
Burrows, '17E, Robert Frantz, '17E,
Thomas Paisley, '17E, John C. B. Par-
ker, '17, Al Stoll, '17L, and John San-
ders, '17L. The eighth man will not
be named until his eligibility is inves-
tigated.
For Varsity baseball manager C. K.
Stryker, '16E, and Sidney Steen, '16E,
were selected to run. The assistants
to the baseball manager nominated
were, T. S. Cox, '17, H. C. Snyder, '17E,
M. B. Woodruff, '17, R. C. Corlett, '17E,
Kirk White, '17, H. Gray Muzzy, '17,
G. A. Howland, '17L, and E. F. Walsh,
'17.
A. M, Bentley, '16, and Ray-J. Mills,
'16L, were nominated for the office of
interscholastic manager, while the fol-
lowing assistants will run for office,
William C. Edwards,'17, Gordon Smith,
117E, R. W. Collins, '17E, Harry Carl-
son, '17E, C. G. Hulbert, '17,-Lee Wat-
son, '17E, W. L. Owen, '17L, and E. A.
MacDonald.
One of the two men nominated for
each of the Varsity managerships will
be chosen on Campus Election day,
while four of the eight men nominated
for the three assistants will be select-
ed.
COMMERCE CLUB TRIP DEPARTS
FROM ESTABLISHED PRECEDENT

GARRKICK
DETROIT
The Shubert Theatrical Co., Otters
JOSEPH SANTLEY
In
44AlI Over Town"
PENNSY BEATS NET
MEN HANDS DOWN
(Continued from page 1)
sets.
The summaries:
Singles-Davis (P) d. Reindel (M),
6-1, 6-1; Rowland (P) d. Crawford
(M), 6-1, 6-4; Disston (P) d. Mack
(M), 6-3, 1-6, 7-5; Replegle (P) d.
Switzer (M), 6-3, 6-0. Doubles-
Davis and Rowland (P) d. Reindel and
Crawford (M), 6-3, 6-0; Disston and
Replegle (P) d. Mack and Switzer (M),
6-4, 6-0.
The Michigan team will meet George-
town in Washington tomorrow. Ac-
cording to comparative scores, the
Wolverines should win, as their rec-
ord is better than that of the Wash-
ington institution.
Rain Again Interrupts Golf 'roiriiey
Rainy weather again interrupted the
inter-department golf tourney yester-
day. No matches could be played ow-
ing to the condition of the grounds
and Thursday's matches have been
postponed until more favorable weath-
er makes the completion of the tour-
nament possible. The results of the
various matches will be announced as
they are played.

Bloomitld &IT-rlh'

If you are hot, tired and thirsty
come to the

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Formerly Webbs
THE SODA FOUNTAIN ThAT ISI L
Save time at noon and night by dropping in for
one of our special lunches
Home Made Candies

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ALLEN, Soprano
HEMPEL, Soprano
JOHNSON, Soprano
KLINE, Soprano
KEYES, Contralto
OBER, Contralto

ARTISTS
McCORMACK, Tenor
MURPHY, Tenor
HARRISON, Baritone
WHITEHILL, Baritone
BAUER, Pianist'
RENWICK, Organist

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Fraternities Notice
Tmake yor party the hit of the season it wil be to your
advantage to look over our line of Party Decorations
Festoons Crepe Papers
Tally Crds Serpentines
PeCarDinner vors
Programs Lunch Seis
flenus Napkins
Let Us Furnish Your Next Order of Dance or Bauquet Programs
M -aycr SchaIrcr Co

Choral Union Children's Chorus Boys' Chorus
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Stanley and Stock, Conductors

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Picnic

Lunches

t up with Delta Care and Quality

DEAN 1. E. COOLEY TO ADDRESS
'IE MEN AT LAST ASSEMBLACE
Junior and sophomore engineering
classes hold their last monthly, as-
semblies of the. year this morning,
when Dean M. E. Cooley, of the col-
loge, speaks to the former class at
8:00 o'clock in room 348, engineering
building, and Prof. John R. Allen, of
the mechanical engineering depart-
ment, talks to the second year men at
9:00 o'clock in. the same room on,
"Mexico."
The third year men will also lay
plans for next year at their meeting,
and the newly inaugurated system for
senior class assemblies will be dis-
cussed. Sophomore engineers will
elect a regatta manager, a football
manager for next year, and will nomi-
nate two candidates for student coun-
cilman from the class. Junior civil
engineers will hold a short special
meeting after the junior assembly.
WOLVERINES AGAIN
LOSE TO RED TE AM

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Stationers, Printers, Binders

SERVICE

112 S. Main St.

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Ann Arbor, Mich

DELTA

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Corner State and Packard

Phone 817

Yes, Sir,t
We are in the Electrical Fixture Business.
Sholvers: Indirect, Semi-Indirect, right in stock.
Come in and see them.
Ernest Electric Co.

335 S. Main St.

Phone 2153-M

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605 E. William
Because we give

Quick Service

Large Variety

Cheaper Meals

OREN'S CAFETERIA

The Convenient Place

DELPHIANS ELECT OFFICERS;
WILL HOLD POW-WOW AT GLEN
Members of the Adelphi house ofr
presentatives, at the last meeting
the year, elected the following offi-
rs for the coming semester: speakerj
the house, Wallace C. Hall, '15-'17L;{
erk, Ralph M. Carson. '17; treasurer,
tmes, E. Gormian, '16; sargeant at
-ms, Irving S. Toplon, '17; oratorical
legate, William A. Pearl, '16.
In accordance with a tradition of
e society, the membes of the house
sre tendered a barquet by the new-
elected officers rfter the installa-
n. It was decided at the meeting
ho'd the annual pow-wow and beef
ast at Cascade Glen next Tuesday
ening. The members will meet in
e Adelphi rooms at 5:45 o'clock and
l proceed in a body to the glen.
ard of Regents Meets This Morning
Michigan's board of regents will
eet in the regents' room in the law
ilding this morning, this being the
gular May meeting of the board. A
mber of important matters includ-
g the annual budgets and plans for
xt year-are expected to come up ate

TIHEATRICAL MANAGER DESIRES
RETURN OF STOLEN PICTURES
Several valuable theatrical photo-
graphs belonging to the personal col-
lection of Manager J. J. Hebert are
alleged to have been taken at the Ma-!
jestic theater last night during a spe-
cial "rush" performance. Manager
Hebert is particularly anxious to have
the photos returned as they are per-
sonal gifts from Theda Bara and Nance
O'Neil.

Members of the Commerce club in
their annual tour of Michigan indus-
tries will break their former custom
by visiting only certain parts of the
various plants and by listening to lec-
tures by the heads of the departments
visited.
Elect Doctor Mellon Vice-President
Dr. Ralph R. Mellon, assistant pro-
fessor of physical diagnosis, and direc-
tor of the pathogenic laboratory in
the Homeopathic Medical School, was
elected first vice-president of the Hom-
egpathic Society of the State of Mich-
ig .n at tle spciety's forty-sixth annual
meeting at Hotel Statler in Detroit
yester4ay,
Classes Not jfsmissed This Afternoon
University classes will not be dis-
missed this afternoon on account of
the festival concert. A rumor that
classes were to be dismissed was cir-
culated about the campus yesterday,
but President Harry B. Hutchins an-
nounced last night that this report
was without foundation,
BARGAIN SALE OF LAW BOOKS.
Michigan Harington's Chancery,
Walker's Chancery, Douglass Chan-
cery 2 vols., Michigan Reports vols.
I-153. Single volume set with anno-
tations, New York Reports 104 vols.,
New York Chancery Reports 32 vols.,
Johnson Cases 3 vols., Caines Cases 1
vol., Coleman & Caines 1 vol., John-
son's Reports 26 vols., Cowen's Re-
ports 9 vols., Hill's Reports 7 vols.,
Denio's Reports 5 vols., Digest of U. S.
Supreme Reports 5 vols., Jones on
Mortgages, 5th Edition 2 vols., U. S.
Supreme Court Reports 47 vols., Amer-
ican & English Encyclopedia of Law,
2nd Edition 18 vols., Brightly's Digest
of New York Reports 3 vols., Meachem
on Public Office 1 vol., Sutherland on
Damage 3 vols., 1 open bookcase, 24
section and base, Parsons on Con-
tracts 3 vols., Washburn on Real Prop.
5th Edition 3 vols. F. W. Newton, 606
Bearinger Bldg., Saginaw, Mich.

(Continued from page 1)
Cornell
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Keating 1b........0 0 0 0
Ludwiglb........3 0 1 6
Bills ss ............ .31 2 5
Mellen 3b ..........4 0 0 0
Clary c ..........3 0 1 11'
Burpeelf.........3 1 1 2
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Whitney rf........1 0 0 0
Johnson p.........3 1 1 0

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of Your Tobacco
by rolling your cigarettes with Riz La Croix
papers -the universal choice of smokers of.
experience, because of supreme quality,
convenience and satisfaction.
(Pronounced: REE-LAH-KROY)
FAMOUS CIGARETTE PAPERS
Their texture is so pure, light and thirn-- their
combustion so perfect -that there is
not the least trace of paper-taste
in the Cigarette smoke.
They never burst in
rolling and hold
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healthful. in U.S. on request. AddressnTheAmr ca
Tobacco Go., Room 1401, 111 Fifth lAveu, h. Y.

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McQueen 2b ........3
Brandell ss .........3
Sisler if ............4
Benton c
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Labadie rf. ......4
Waltz 3b ...........3

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He offers to give a set
pictures to the offending
they will return the ones
night.

of similar
parties, if
taken last

H. E. PINNEY TAKES
THIRD
(Continued from
ors.

AT MOHONK
page 1)

The National Peace Oratorical con-;
test is only one event of the National
Peace conference which takes place at
L'ake Mohonk every year. The judges
are chosen from the delegates sent to
this convention, which began last
Tuesday and ends tomorrow. Pinney
will probably return before the ter-
mination of the conference.

* Batted for McNamara in 9th.
Score by innings:
Michigan........0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-2
Cornell ........1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0*-5
Summaries: Two base hit-Sheehy;
sacrifice hit-Waltz, Brandell; stolen
bases-Bills, Keating, Burpee, Bran-
dell; double play-Brandell to Maltby;
hits-off Ferguson 6, off McNamara 3;
struck out-by Ferguson 2 in 2 1-3 in-
nings, by McNamara 5 in 5 2-3 in-
nings; by Johnson 8; base
on balls-off Ferguson 1, off
base on balls-off Ferguson 1, off
Johnson 3;hit by pitched ball-by Fer-
guson. Bills; wild pitch-McNamara;
passed ball-Benton; time of game-
1 hour 50 minutes; umpire-Flynn.

University Ave. Pharmacy Fointain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf

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Call taxi
15.

-it Poplinvu Prices
at

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N. F. ALLEN COP'S
New location 211 Soutih Main St.

Shoes repaired while you rest. O. G.
Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu
Buy shoes and satisfaction at the
same time from Gross & Dietzel, 119 E
Washington St.

Wright & Ditson and handtl-made t: n-
nis balls. 3 for $1.00, at Switz r's, : 10
State.

Call 1812-M Cook Taxi Co.

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