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May 28, 1915 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-05-28

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THE MICHJGAN i AILL

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M EN who select their attire with punctiligus care, with
all eye for exclusive iness Iandi individuality as well
as quality, are invited to inspect our showing of all that
is new ill Stein-BIloch Smart Clothe7Cs, Ha ts and Haber-
dashery for warm weather-a comprehensive assortment
to tweet every deed for town or city wear, for sport,
vacation, trav el or every day. The little suibtleties of style
presented in our apparel will be valuled by those wo avoid
the commonplace.
CAMPUS COATS, all colors - $8. 50
STRAWN HATS, - - $1,00 to $4,00
PANAMAS, - - $5,00 to $10,00
LIGHT SERGE TROUSERS, - $4.00 to $6.00
S'irts, Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear
in a very large variety of approved steles

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

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READY AT YOUR SERVICE

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Correct Spring Attire fair Men

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Balmacaans
Topcoats
Raincoats

$15 to $30
$12 to $25
$8 to $20
$8 to $18

Lindenseb it, Aid& Co.

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DIE'!ERLIE AND RU-NDLL)U,
TAILORS
NINTrV-FOUIIR WHAT FORT STR ]hTr
Il)ETR0IT, MICUL.
SPPINC ORDERS TAKEN+ NOW

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ON THE WAY TO THE BT~ANK
DON'T FORGET

EDAP§ ROASTED
PEANUTS .IAU

AGGIES READY FOR
WOLYERINE GAMES
uacklin's Meni Confident They Can
Beat Michigan Againi; Concede
Game to Sisler
11JLLFR ANID SPR1:N(GR 'I10 HURL
PAST LANSING, MICHT,, May 27.-
Coach Mackliln led his band of ball
players back from their invasion over
the week end, and started stiff prac-
tice in preparation for their two games.
with the Wolverines on Friday, and
Saturday.
The two games played on the recent
trip of the Aggies resulted in a 3 to
2 defeat of the Lansing boys at the;
hands of the Ohio Wesleyan nine, and
a 2 to 1 defeat at the hands of the Mar-
shall team,s the latter contest going
13 innings before a-decision was hand-
ed down,
,The showing of Blake Miller in the
recent game with Mvichigan will prob-
ably result in his being used against
the Wolverines in one of the coming
encounters, while the other M. A. C.
twirler to face the Ann 'Arbor nine
will probably be Springer, who reliev-
ed Miller in the seventh inning of the
last conflict.
The Aggies are waiting confidently.
for the coming of the Wolverines, ex-
pecting to defeat their old rivals again.
The performance on the Ferry field
diamond, since it was played away
from their own lot, and resulted in a
victory for them, encouraged the Lan-
sing boys to such an extent that they
are banking on making the series
count two and one in their favor.
After the defeat handed them by
Ferguson last year the Green and
White lads have been on the look-out
for a chance to even the count with
the lanky Michigan man, and they are
counting on doing this in the coming
series. Sisler's game they concede to
be a victory for the Michigan nine, yet
even this will not go to the Wolver-
ines without a struggle.

CAP AND GOWN
PICTU REiS
flave them made at
HOPPE STUDIO

Perrin's Spring Gloves.

The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings

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The best bargain we
have ever given
STUDIO:
619 E. Liberty St,
Phone 1078-J

You find yourself confronted with thue
necessity of purchasing a trunk?

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Fine Spring Haberdashery

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION 5o.
(except Friday and Saturday).
Wed. May 26-"Poison" with Marguerite
Courtot.
Thurs. May 47-Charles Chaplin li
"Dough and Dynamite"
Fri. May 28-" Fromt Headquarters" with
Anitai Stewart,
Satur-day May 29-"Stars Their Courses
Change" Francis X. Bushman.
Next Week--European Armnies in action

Buy Indestructo
Baggage,

Headquarters for Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $4.00

and you also gait TRUNK SERVICE

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Beautiful Spring Neckwear

Every

Indestructo Trunk sold is guaran-I
teed for five years' SERVICE I

THEY SATISFY THAT
EMPTY 1FEELING

1.24 S. MAIN ST

'da. w YyNffiT .° LS'# ii td' L3 Y'.6ME:J:TFP1 *r,, s',r<: '; r. .

Frida

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The World's Greatest

Taken in Arctic;~ Africa, India, South America. The work 'of ten
years and cost of seven lives.

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f Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
May 27;,2$, Thurs.-Fri.-Alice Dovey in
Sealed Orders, 4-part Paramount
May 29, Sat.-T hotnas H. Ince in The
D~evil
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Wed. May 26-Bleatriz Michelena in a
Biret Harte story, "The Lily of Pover-
ty Flat"
Thurs. May 27--LILIAN RUSSE~LL in
her famfous success, ,"Wildfire" Re-
booked.
Fri. May 28--"St. Elmo," six wonderful
reels, p icturizing Augusta Fvan 's
world-famous American novel.
Sat. May 29-WILIIAM FARNUM in
Henri Bernstein's remarkable play of
modern business life, "Samson."

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The Big Store

200-202
South Main St:; '

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No matter what the conditions
it is called upon to meet
it you decide to °buy trunk service-guaranteed
-it can only be obtained by buying
an Indestructo Trunk

I Look at our Show' Windows forI

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CANDY SPAECIAO..TI E3
Every day in the week.
THE S GA4B W
104 S. Main St.

A Vvid Lectuire by John W. Ruskin

ALL SEATS TEN CENTS,

Matinee, 3 P,M.

Nights, 7-8:30

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1918 111_t8 BEAT SOP I ENGINEERS
Yearling Men Seent Probable Claim-
, ~ants for Championshil)
Fresh Tits took the soph engineers
into camp yesterday to the tune of 8
to 5, the yearlings exhibiting such a
stellar brand of baseball as to hold
the contest from the first. Ohlmacher
and R1eem_ were the stars of the lit
agrega tion, while Thomas' excellent
fielding for the boilermakers checked
possibilities of an increased lit score.
Thus far. the first year sits have held
forth as the most likely claimants to
the campus championship, winning
every one of their games. Should they
be victorious in their contest with the
junior laws today, it is quite prob'able
thnit the championship will come to the
fr 'shnmen,
The line-up and score of yesterday's
game:
1+rash fits-Sharpe cf, Martin c,'
R(,eeni3b, lambert 2b, Ohlmacher p,
Loeb rf, WVailer lb, Britton ss, Hatch
If.
Sopli engineers--Pollock ss, Sevin
er, M~artin 1), Krauss c, Paisley 1b,
BoN 1(s 3b, Thomnas rf, Dignan If,
Whalen 2b.

It's Two Miles up the River. Don't
walk to the Regatta. Machines leave
Post Office every quarter hour Friday
and Saturday. Round trip 25c. Stark
Taxi Co.
Get prices on china with your mon-
ogram on at 214 S. Main St.
It's Two Miles up the River TO THE
REGATTA. and return 25c. Machines
leave Post Office every quarter hour
Friday arid Saturday. Stark Taxi Co.
Aviation type outboard motor man-
ufacturing concer'n wants ten sales-
men to cover lake and summer re-
sorts. Pleasant, profitable outdoor oc-
cupjation. Address A. E, Michigan
Daily.
Special designs in fraternity china
at 214 S. Main St.
It's Two Miles up the River. Don't
!Walk to the Regatta. Machines leave
Post Office every quarter hour Friday
and Saturday. Round trip 25c. Stark
Taxi Co.
A large line of China and glassware
for fraternity use at Dean & Co., Ltd.,
214 S. Main St.
Commencement gifts of college and
art jewvelry, the largest and richest se-
lection at the Foster House of Art. tf

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Commencement Gifts
IN
COLD, SILVER AND LEATHER
Are most acceptable and easy to mail
,?n Ideal Gift For a Man
A Watch, Chain and Cold Knife or Pencil
HALLER JEWELRY CON
STATE STREET JEWEL~ERS

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Special Design
'Cloths-
From $28.00 to $40.00
ALL MADE IN OUR OWN SHOP
HENRY & CO.
711 N. University Ave.

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Fresh lilts .... .0 1 0 3 0 3 1-- 8 6
Sod, eng-.0 0 2 0 03 0- 5 5

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WANTED-- salesmen for summer
work. Only those meaning busi-
ness need apply. Address I. M. care
1 )aily.

STASLISHEO i8
Messrs.

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I Des My Piano Need Tuning?

BROOKS BROTHERS beg lave

Hlow about it-when did we tune your piano last? If it was so lon 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 a1707.
'You will want the services of an expert piano tuner, a man who has
wvorked with us for years, so you will be assured of his service if you give
us your order now.
Why not phone today?
GRINNELL BROS., 120 L. Liberty Street

to announce that they will move
to their new building at MADISON
IAVENUE & FORTY-FOURTH STREET

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