MICHJGAN ja ILY
t line in the City
11 the latest Patterns
$8.50 and $10.00
Cotie in and get one of
make your kodak up-to-i
charge for aut
524 8. St
WE HAVE A LIKE OF
the new backs that will
date. There is no extra
Sport Coats, White Serge Pants
Straw Hats, Palm Bcach Suits
Visit the Daylight Sto
COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES
The Daylight Store
is& Co's Corner
ocation-201-203 So. flain St.
(except Friday and Saturday)
322-324 S. Main St.
That is correct
in style and fit
The new fabrics for this
season are here in large
A. F. Marquardt
516 E. William Street
i is rir
are all specials. The woolen
has a monopoly on them.
. They are the real attraction this
i!' is two plaids crossing at right
tied so as to give a rich effect.
ES A RE EXCLUSIVE
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
The health service representatives
may render a valuable service in their
inspection of the sanitary conditions
on the campus, but certainly they have
stopped on the threshold of fame by
not inspecting the conditions of board-
ing houses and the food that they use.
In these days of slow but unmistak-
able relapse, a committee of husky
freshmen with authority to wield the
shot may render a long remembered
service to the upper classes by pre-
venting "the sale to students," of such
form of veal loaf and croquettes, alias
hash, as show distinct signs of having
been performed upon by only amateur
An exploration of this town and a
careful plotting of the data obtained
shows that, according'to the present
rate of decline by June 5, they won't
be giving us anything at all to eat.This
is a sad state of affairs, but seems una-
voidable unless the authorities who
look so carefully after our welfare in
other lines instigate an investigation.
and provide some means of regulating
this apparently organized lowering of
food quality at this critical time in
the cA1ge year. This is without
question one of the greatest difficul-
ties that a student has to combat, but
seems unrecognized by the authorities.
To one whose visions of Uncle Sam's
mess are still fresh, these things ought
to pass, but seven kinds of hash all
in one day is too much.
F. M. DALE, '16E.
J-LAWS AND HOMEOPS VICTORS
IN CLASS BASEBALL CONTESTS
Rowan Stars on Mound for Barristers;
Niemann's Wildness Costly
to '17 Lits
Big league scores played a promi-
nent part in inter-class baseball yes-
terday, the junior laws whitewashing
the dents of the same year 3 to 0, and
the homeops scoring a victory over the
soph lits, 7 to 2.
Rowan was nearly the whole thing
.for the barristers, holding the dentists
to four hits and fanning eight men.
The line-up and score follow :
Junior laws-Martin 3b, McCall 2b,
Brownell ss, Rowan p, Stevens 1b,
Thomas c, Scott rf, Nichols cf, Morse
Junior dents-Handshaw c, Kane]
1b, Rich 2b, Moran ss,. Boquin cf, Chi-
chester lf, Hawn rf, McKenna 3b,
1 2 3 4 5 6 7-R H E
Junior laws ..0 0 0 3 0 0 0--3 6 1
Junior dents..0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 1
By defeating the soph lits, the hom-
eops established themselves at the
top of the second division. Niemann's
inability to locate the plate proved
costly for the losers. The line-up and
Homeops-Magio c, Thornton 3b,
Stebbins 2b, Smith ef, Boyd ib, Allen
rf, Shulkin lf, Emery ss, Cady p.
Soph lits-Ellis 3b, Mcsaac 3b,
Trost ss, Shelley 2b, Niemann p, Fow-
ler rf, Birmingham lb, White cf, Lev-
inson if, Opal c.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7-R H E
Homeops ....1 2 1 0 0 1 2-7 6 1
Soph lits A 0 0 1 0 0 0-2 4 3
LOST-Brown balmacan coat from
medical building Wednesday after-
Wed. May 26-"Poison" with Marguerite
Thurs. May 27-Charles Chaplin in
"Dougli and Dynamite"
Fri. May 28-"Fron Headquarters" with
Saturday May 29-"Stars Their Courses
change" Francis X. Bushman.
Next Week-European Armies in acion
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
May 27-28, Thurs.-Fri.--Alice Dovey in
Sealed Orders, 4-part Paramount
May 29, Sat.-Thomas I. Ince in The
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4;00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
wed. May 26-Beatriz Michelena in a
Bret Harte story, "The Lily of Pover-
Thurs. May 27-ITILIAN RUSSELL in
her famous success, "wildfire" Re.
Fri. May 28-"St. Elmo," six wonderful
reels, ptiurizing Augusta Evan's
world-famous American novel.
Sat. May 29-WILLIAM FARNUM in
Henri Bernstein's remarkable play of
modern business life, "Samson."
Full of vim-every drop of it supremely wholesome and good
yhenver aAtlanta, Ga.
of Coca-Cola -C
L EEC 14AGAR A AL LS
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hatever you set out to win--honor
in classes~ leadership on track, diamond
or gridiron, train on/
M AJ E
Matinee, 3 P. M.
FMTORY TO YOU,
nn Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
at the Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
RE COMPANY and examine for themselves
Tered in choice furniture at prices represent-
s, A SAVING OF lo PER CENT, as
Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
fraternityrand club houses. We also design
niture to order.
homes will find it to their advantage to em-
orded by or factory for the production of
for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
eet car to State Street and go one block south
to factory of
T FURNITURE COMPANY
:r Edwin and Division Streets
Wed.-Thur.. May 26-27-William Farnum
in "A Gilded Fool," Nat Goodwin's
stagesuccess, 5-pt, and a good comedy
Fri.-Sat., May 28-29-John W.Ruskin pre-
sents amazingly close to nature pic-
tures of Animals, Reptiles, Birds,'
found in the Arctic,Africa, India, Aus-
tralia, and So. America; the result of
seven years work and lives of six men
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. and Fri.
School Children's Matinee, Sat., So.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS
ATTEMPT TO FIND POSITIONS
FOR 'l E'S THROUGH ALUMNI
Because of an apparent scarcity of
jobs for the present senior class of the
engineering college, circular let-
ters have been sent out by the
civil and mechanical departments of
the college to a large number of the
alumni inquiring about jobs which
will be open at the close of the college
Many of the applications for men
have not been filled yet, and it will be
necessary to find places with indus-
trial companies for many seniors.
Choral Union Ushers Start Loan Fund
Choral Union ushers have decided
to establish an emergency loan fund
for needy students with the cloak
room receipts obtained from the pre-
festival and festival concerts. It was
decided to turn the money over to W.
C. Hollands. The money will be loaned
at a .nominal rate of interest. The
money obtained from this year's con-
certs amounted to $37.87.
Rifle Club Will Hold Try-outs Today
Members of the Rifle club will hold
try-outs this afternoon on the out-
door rifle range, two miles east of the
city on the interurban car line. The
following ranges will be shot: 200, 300,
and 500 yards. All members should
leave on the 1:05 o'clock interurban.
WANTED-Suite well furnished,clean
rooms and bath, close to campus.
Address R. C. care Michigan Daily.
/ and to hundreds of Eastern resorts-St. Law-
rence River, Thousand Islands, Adirondacks,
Lakes George and Champlain, Saratoga, White
Mountains, Poland Springs, Maine and Can-
adian Resorts and the entire Atlantic Coast.
Tiekets on Sale Daily June Ist to September 30th
Return limit 30 days, permitting liberal stop
overs at all points en route, and option of
rail or water trips becween Detroit and
Buffalo, Albany and New York.
and Return and Retur
Michigan Central R. 1?-"The Niagr- Falls Route"
Sixty-day circuit tours may be arranged to NewYork and Boston, includ-
ing lake and river routes, and more extended circuit tours, partly by
ocean, including mealsand :erths c'1 aean steamers, at
reduced summer fares.
Ask for a coy of our "Guide to New Yor'_ City." It co'?-
tainsvaluable and interesting information about the Me-
tropolis free on request.
For partcukars corsult
Michigan Central Ticket Agents
.w... : , __
j to Whitmore?
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main Street
Surplus and Profits .
FIRST NATIONAL BAN
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65000
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J.
bott, S. W. Clarkson, L. D. Kinne, Harr
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dlan B. Sutton, F
Whitmore Lake Exchange
J. E. BURKE, Proprietor f
ss, Call taxi. Phone 2350, tf
ti P - - - - - - - - - -
noon. $5 reward if returned to Dai-
ly office. No questions asked.
LOST-White 'V' neck sweater at push
ball contest. Call1161.
WANTED-A second hand canoe in
good condition. Call Kings, 2485-R.
WANTED--For next year a furnished
house for a club of 20 boys. Address
S. C., care of The Daily.
LOST-Waltham gold watch, closed
case with initial VW' University of
Illinois fob attached. Call at 343 S.
Fourth Ave., and receive reward.-
WANTED-The tan shoes which were
traded for tennis shoes at the push-
ball contest Sat. A. M. Call 1055-M.
Ask for Green.
LOST-Fountain pen with silver band.
Initials "II.W.R." Phone Rosenheim,
Horse and runabouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phone 106.
Confectionery, cigars, soft drinks,
and canoes for trips. P. G. Tessmer.
An election for the purpose of se-
lecting three student members of the
Board in Control of Student Publica-
tions for the ensuing college year will
be held on May 27, from 10:00 A.M. to
5 : O P. MJ.kin the corridors of Uiniver-
sity hall. The candidates to be voted
on at this election are as follows:
Adna R. Johnson,
Wern-r W. Schroeder,
Ren illo Wheat,
Paiul F. Thompson,
Ileliry C. Runimiel.
Francis T. Mack,
Fred B. Foulk,
T. hawley Tapping.
Every student in the university is
f t lA hr r t ,r ra l no a
OR REN'--Onestore and two small
stearn-heated apartments. 604 E. Lib-
erty. . K. Malcolm. 1713-M or 1661-
Does' MyPiano Need Tuning?
How about it-when did we tune your piano last? If it was so long ago
that you have forgotten about it better call us up at once. For your con-
venience we give you our phone number, which is 1707:
SALE-Established Dental prac-
i. Address Box C, Care Daily.
You will want the services of an expert piano tuner, a man who has
worked with us for years, so you will be assured of his service if you give
us your order now.
Why not phone today?
Aft books for a friend, the
a college chum. The Fos-
GRINNELL BROS., 120 E. Liberty Street
enit ed to vote ana eaci
vote for three of these non
BOARD IN CONTROL OF
1 Phone 2350. City Taxi Co.