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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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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.

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

OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28.00 UP

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C. I. KIDD
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1112 S. Univ. Ave

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BASE BALL TEA.M g ETS LAY-0FF
A FTIE I E A STEI(N TRi P~ GRNf
Sisler ad F eiason l SIil to Work
in CIamies to Ije layedl
agaist'11 Ad .
Regular practice for the Varsity
ball team since its return from the
ear t has been a negative quantity, an
official holiday being declared by the
Coach Monday, and rain preventing
anything but a short warming up yes-
terday.
Almost all the men showed up for
the beginning of yesterday's practice,
a few of the older'men being the only
absentees. The men had no more than
warmed up before the session had to
be closed on account of rain.
Although the coach has not commit-
ted himself in regard to what twirlers
will face M. A. C. it is likely that he
will use his two best men against the
Aggies in an effort to put Michigan
ahead in the final reckoning. Fergu-
son will probably work in the Friday
game, while Sisler is slated by the
dopesters to face the Lansing aggre-
gation on Saturday.
ATHLETES ENTER PENTATHLON
Substitution of High Jump for Pole
Vault Arouses Interest
Entries for the Pentathlon, which is
to be staged June 2 and 3, are now be-
iug received at the office of the ath-
letic association at Ferry field. All
men in the university are eligible for
competition, with the exception of
members of Varsity and All-Fresh

Mats. AM W~d1U7 Week
Wed.1 i. Jjjjj May
& Sat. 24
DETROIT
Messrs. Shubert present
Maid in America
THE WINTER GARDEN'S SENSATION
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-Dr. John M. Lee of Rochester, N. Y.,
president of the Michigan Homeopath-
ic Alumnae association, and Prof.
William 13. Dressenbach, of the New'
York Homeopathic Medical College,
have been in Ann Arbor during the
past week.
-dotmaical Journ-l Clib60 held its Last
meeting of the year at the home of
'rol F. C. Newcombe, 9 Geddes
l leights, last night. The program con-
sisted of a review of' the year's work
and entertainment of various sorts.
r. C. Gates head of the depart-
ment of b~otany at the University of
Philipl ines, arrived in Ann Arbor yes-
terday to visit the botany department
>i the university.
~-PVO. J. C. U ., of the rhetorie
departient, is on an inspection tour of
the high schools of western Michigan.
his trip, which will end this week,

If you are hot, tired and thirsty
come to the

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Formerly Webbs
111DE SODA FOUJNTAIN MhAT IS LIML,
Save- time at noon and night by dropping in for
one of our special lunches.
Home Made Candies

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Wright Saxaphone Trio
AND
Senior Engineer Party
Michigan Union Friday, May 28th-
Informal Dancing, 9:30-3:00
For Tickews call 236 or 374

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who anticipate precedes the annual preparation of the
asked to hand university list of accredited schools.

their names in to Director Rowe. They
will then be assigned lockers at the
clibhouse and can begin to practice
for the events.
With the substitution of the high-
jump for the pole vault, interest in the
coming meet has been greatly stimu-
lated. A large number of men have
put in an appearance at the field, and
" are practicing daily for the meets, un-
der the direction of Intramural Direct-
or Rowe. Exceptional ability is not
required of those who compete, the
only requirement being that each man
must enter all events, which include
the high jump, the 220-yard dash, mile
run, running broad jump, and the shot
put. The winner of the meet will be
declared campus champion, and will
eceive a gold watch in case 40 or more
entries are received. Second and third
places will be rewarded with appro-
priate cups.
The meethas been arranged to cover
two days, part of the events being run
off the first day and the balance on
the following day, so that the men who
enter will not be required to overtax
themselves by competing in all five
events in one day.
POOR WEATHER CAUSES DELAY
IN CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNEL.
Poor weather has been the cause of
much delay in the construction of the
tunnel that is to furnish heat and
light to the Martha Cook dormitory.
Work on the interior of the building
has been temporarily delayed by the
dampness of the walls and floors, but
it is expected that the completion of
the new conduit will help matters con-
siderably.
With favorable weather conditions
the new building should be completed
early in August, and be ready for oc-
cupation at the opening of the fall
term.
Chenot Improves and May Go South
James Chenot, '16, who has been
critically ill in Grace hospital, Detroit,
for a month, is said to be somewhat
improved. If his condition continues
to grow better, it is planned to take
him south later for a year's rest.
Make Freighter Experiments in Tank.
Experiments to determine the most
efficient form of ocean-going, oil-carry-
ing freighters are being conducted in
the naval tank of the engineering col-
lege. The experiments are being car-
ried on under the direction of Prof.
H. C. Sadler, of the engineering college.
1918 Lits Hold Pre-Exam Dance June 3
In concluding the social year, the
freshman literary class will hold a
pre-exam dance at 8:00 o'clock, Thurs-
day, June 3, in Barbour gym. Blue-
book dances will feature the evening.
Universlty Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and toilet articles. Phone 416.,tf

--Siedi ts of ill classes held their first
combined dance last night at Gran-
ger's. Dean Victor C. Vaughan and
Mrs. Vaughan, Dr. Gottfried C. iluber
and Mrs. Huber, and Dr. Reuben Pet-
erson and Mrs. Peterson acted as
chaperons.
-Visiting dental alumnae, attending
the annual Commencement week re-
union, will be tendered a reception by
the faculty of the college of dental
surgery. The reception will take place
n Wednesday, June 23 at 10:00 o'clock.
-Ii. R. W ls4uI was elected to serve on
the student council at a meeting of
the junior dent class yesterday morn-
ing.
--tlrace Dewey3, 1aunouunced leer ea-.
gagementtoCarl G. Frost, '15M, at
dinner held last ni;ht at the Alpha Chi
,0nmega house, of which sorority she is
i mextier. Frost is a member of the
Phi K jp Psi and Nu Sigma Nu fra-
ternities.
-Mr. . C. Spencer, '02L, of lied
Lodge, Montana, has been appointed to
the position of judge of a newly cre-
ated judicial district in that state by
Governor S. V. Stewart.
-Adelpii will meet tonight and hold
the pow-wow which was postponed
last night on account of the rain. The
debaters will probably form their camp
fire circle some distance up the river.
-Archons, junior law honorary soci-
ety, will hold a dance at the Country
club tonight. A special car will leave
the Packard street station at 8:00
o'clock.
--At a meeting of the soph lit class
yesterday afternoon, R. M. Carson was
elected to the student council.
NOMINATE FOR LEAGUE OFFICES
Women's Election to Ie Held June 2
Under Senior Direction
Nominations for the various offices
of the Women's League for 1915-16,
have been made as follows:
President: Martha Gray, '16; Helen
Humphreys, '16.
Vice-president: Helen Tuthill, '16;
Beatrice Lambrecht, '16.
Treasurer: Jeanette Armstrong, '17;
Ethel Vail, '17.
Recording secretary: Ruth Brown,
'16; Elsie Paul, '17.
Corresponding secretary: Olivia
Williams, '17; Margaret Long, '17; Al-
bertine Loomis, '17.
Senior director: Ruth Hutzel, '16;
Helen Blair, '16; Madge Mead, '16.
Junior directors: (1) Anita Kelly,
'17; Janet MacFarlane, '17; Alice Van-
selow, '17. (2) Margaret Reynolds,
'17; Hazel Ciddings, '17; Margaret
Bassett, '17.
Scphomore Director: Nona Meyers,
'18; Clarissa Vyn, '18; Valora Quinlan,
'18.
The election will be held on Wed-
nesday, June 2, and will be under the.
direction of the seniors.

Good Things
at this store and moreober at the
Ninimum Cost
Consistent ikith Quality and Serbice
We depend upon you for business and you depend upon us
for good square service and dealing. We are in duty bound
to give them to you-and will
KYER & WHHTKER 114-6 E. Washington
PHONES 326-71

Engraved Cards
$1.25
$1.75
$2.75
These prices include 100 Cards
and Plate
Davis &Oiger
Prompt Printers
109-111 E. WOSHINGTON
Phone 4324
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EN RVINCY CO.
JOURN AL BUILDING DETROIT. MICHIGAN
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FASTEST ENGRAVERS IN THE WEST

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A good service-
able Sut -_$20.00
A better one for $22.50
An exceptifo n-
ally line Suit
for - - -$25.00

Palm Beam
Suits =

- $12.00

Phone 2350. City Taxi Co.

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Call 106 for large flat racks for in-
itiating parties.
Commencement selections, a thous-
and carefully chosen art objects at the
James Foster House of Art.

Made to your measure
ALBERT GANSLE
Merchant Tailor
ro8 E. Washington St 2nd Floor
Leather gift books for a friend, the
best gift for a college chum. The Fos-
ter House of Art. tf
LOST-Pair tan rubber soled shoes,
leather tips at South Ferry field Sat-
urday. E. J. Herrick, 411 E. Wil-
lam. Phone 2457-M.
FOR SALE-Established Dental prac-
tice. Address Box G, Care Daily.
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta pin Friday ev-
ening. Finder please call 2316-J and
receive reward.
FOR RENT-One store and two small
steam-heated apartments. 604 E. Lib-
erty. J. K. Malcolm. 1713-M or 1661-
J. tf

Taxis 25c.
Phone

Starks Taxicab
Cars by the hour, Baggage.
2255. 209 W. Huron.

Drop in after the game or after play-
ing tennis and try a 5c soda. Van
Doren's Pharmacy, 703 Packard St. tf.
A pot of Orange Pekoe always on
tap at the Tea Room of the James Fos-
ter House of Art.

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