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June 01, 1915 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-06-01

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TIIIB MICH16AN ±AILY

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Visit. the Daylight St(

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.est and biggest line in the City
$1.00 to $6.00

WE3 NAVE A LINE OF

GENIUNE
PALM VIBEACH SUITS.

Mak your Kodak
Autographic
Come in and get one of the new backs that will
make your kodak up-to-date. There is no extra
charge for autographic films.

Sport Coats, White Serge Pants
Straw Hats, Palm Beach Suits

COME INI AND GET OUR PRICES

in all the latest' Pattcerns

$7.50, 8.50 and $14.00

CArLJKIN."S PH ARMACY
324 S. Sta~to Streest

diF Wuertka
The Daylight Store,

adhams'& Cs's Corner

New Location--201-203 So. Main .ft.

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Individual

Custom tailoring

Qionuunitat
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Because of the fact that certain pro-
voking demonstrations were much in
evidence at the recent meeting of the
M. A. C. and Michigan, baseball teamis
at East Lansing, the writer, who was
a witness of the affair, deems it alto-
gether wise and proper to make some
sort of comment on the spirit of the
Lansing students as a whole toward
visiting teams, and especially those
from Michigan. Jt has long been
known that to "beat Michigan" is the

Temple Theatre
ADMISSION So.
(exoept Friday and Saturday)
Tues.-"His Musical Career"--Charlie
Chaplin. IEuropean Armies in Action
Wed.- "Return of Morris Donnelly':
with Leah Bird,
Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Mon. Tues.-Fritzi Scheff' in "Pretty
Mrs. Smith"
Wed,-"She stoops to Conquer"
Thurs. Fri. - Rita Jolivet in "THU
UNAFRAID"
Saturday-"Jane Eyr."

NEW LOCATION
322-324 S. Main St.

That is correct
In style rand fit.

NEW LOCATION
NEXT TO
ORPHEUM THEATRE

Low enough in front
to be comfortcibii
High enough in back
to be correct in slyle.
////RED MAN
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The new fabrics for this
seaso~i are here in large
assortments.

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for your profit-drink
Every sparkrling glass of it brimful of vigor.
enjoyment and do'wnright goodnless,
Delicious - Refreshing
Thirst- Quenching
TH OACOAC.Vhenr Atlanta, Ga.
YQu see an
Arrow thiink li_
of Coca-Cola

CALL EARLY

J

A;. F. Marquardt
Campus Tailor
516 R. William Street

WI2LS ON
'S BEST PRODUCT.

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MYLES
Cloth Shop
TAILORS

Our cloth patterns are all specials. The wo'kflen
house we represent has a monopoly on them.
OVERPLAIDS
are amoig our specials. They are the real attraction this
year. Au "overplaid" is two plaids crossili at right
angles, but miuchi subdued so as to give a Lich effect.
OUR STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE

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DIRECT FROM! FACTORY TO YOU,

height of then Farmers' ambitions, yet
it seems entirely out of place for that
determination to turn into hatred,
which seemed so apparent at the games
of Friday and Saturday last.
I would make reference especially
to the manner in which they appreciat-
ed the presence of one George Sisler,
who, after displaying the wonderful
brand of ball that he did, was the re-
cipient of many hoots, hisses and other
forms of abuse. They did not seem to
appreciate the fact that they were
privileged to watch the most wonder'-
ful ball player that had ever stepped
on to their field, or else they were ex-
ceedingly clever in shielding any dem-
onstrations of it. Other players on
the Michigan team were greeted with
the "hip, hip," as they -walked to or
from~ the plate, and I might mention
other forms of abuse that were handed
out to the Michigan men. Last of all,
the M. A. C. band proudly played the
"Victors"' after Michigan had lost the
last game. If these forn of so-called
cheering are to be considered proper
to extend to a visiting team, I must ad-
mit that I am decidedly misinformed
as to the spirit that should be manifest
,""ri ng intercollegiate competition.
Miechigatn is not to be considered a
,no dl university in this respect, but
it is' ftr and away in advance of the
attitu de taken. by followers of the
Green and White. We would respect-
fully su gest that the men at M. A. C.
take stet. ' toward fostering a better
spirit toxu yard visiting teams, which
would be o'uly appreciated.
R. °C. SMITH, '17E.
25 , temin ft e died f''r
t1 t >Ui at. h t dt.n,1fo~ ~
ll~>I .d efc e 'on n~nce~iU mrk-
ja it hii 1 ,j.!
---A 1~ it' mee~ngof fu- 'uaP eA
h1

Ppeople of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
invited to call at -the Exhibition Roomxs" of the COME-
'1 FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for themselves
endi'd values offered in choice furniture 'at prices represent-
many instances, A SAVJING OF ioo PER CENT, as
'ed with prices usu~ally charged.
Come-Packt, Mission and Craftsma~n Designs, are par-
ly suitable for fraternity and club hcruses;. We also design
iLke special furniture to order.
Iders of new homes will find it ta-their advantage to em-
e facilities afforded by ox r factoary 'for the production of
in" furniture for libraries,. detn!, thalls, dining-rooms and
e Packard Street car to State 'StreiA~ and go one ,block south
ree blocks west to factory 4'f
IE-PC TFU NJITUR ON

MAJSTIC
Matinee, 3 P. M. Nights, 7.8:80
Mon. Tues. June i-' dmuud Breese in
The Shooting of Dlan McGrew, from
the poem by ,Robert W. Service. Pathe
News.
Wed. Thurs. a-3Betty Nansen (The
Royal Actress) in Anna Karenina
(and a good comedy)
I ri. Sat. 4-5-Blanche Sweet and Henry
B. W althall in D. W. Griffith's pro-
duction T he Avenging Conscience.
Ladles' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. and Fri.
School Children's Matinee, Sat., Sc.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS
tra will play and campus singers will
give a number of selections..
Postpone Tag D~ay to Saturday, June 12
Owing to the inclement weather and
a few minor difficulties, the Michigan"
Child Welfare League have found it
adlvisable to postpone their annual Tag
Day which was to have occurred on
Saturday, May 29th, until Saturday,
June 12th.
RtEGATITA JUDGES FINISH REPORT
Give '.ames- or Winners in Swimming,
lirti gand Tilting Stunts
(o1 petvretrns from the Boat club
rg tta-_ave ei given out by the
jug-.Thes_. results, which were not
iii!ide] ite reports first published,
anr, asfo lo~w's
sAvrd m-----Emil Anneke, '17,
tt~l; . 1 LoO,'17E, second; E. G.
Divig, runin'header for form)-
"±;.rgg,'1E first; E. G. Hildner,
~,ecod FAV. Marth, '17E, third.-
JIin<, i :iuin; D eader for distance
und'r ati )---At, R. Patterson, '18,
tii~;11.Lub,'18, second; R. Wins-
[a'.y . iv, - . F.Briggs, '18E,
#irsl ]. . _r,'17E, second.

on

Arcade Theatre.
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Tues. June i-MRS. I,"II. CARTER
in "Dii Barry" Six parts.
Wedues. June 2"-William A. Brady pres-'
ents WMLIAM ] ELLIOTT in "Woman
and Wine"

the

second

day

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The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101'.103-105 South Mein Street

Capital, :$1001000
Surplus and Profits . a.

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN AIKU0R
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65.000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J..
bott, S. W. Clarkson, F,. D. Kinne, Ham
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton,P
Schnmid.

Messrs. BROOKS BROTHERS beg leave
to .announce that they will move
to their new building at MADISON
AVENUE & FORTY-F oURTH STREET

375,000

iluust

Fraternities. Notice
To make your party the hit of the season it will be to your
advantage. to" look over our. line of Party Decorations
Festoons Crepe Papers
Tally Cards Serpentines
Place Cards Dinner Favors
Programs Lunch Sets
rien us Napkins
Stationers, Printers, Binders
Let Us Furnish Your Next Order of Dance or. Banquet Programs
li'sa Mayer-SchairerCo

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Ann Arbor, Mich.

G ioing to itoe?

PUBLICATION STAFFS WILL DINE I morrow in Chicago.

Hold Final Gathering for Workers on
University Papers
Members of the Michiganensian, the
Gargoyle and The Michigan Daily
staffs will hold their final staff din-
ners this week at the Union.
The Michiganensian dinner will be
held at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday night.
All staff members are invited to at-
tend. The Gargoyle dinner will come
~Thursday evening, and will be held at
6:00 o'clock. At this time 20 fobs will
be distributed to staff - members. The
Daily dinner will be held at 6:00
o'clock Saturday night. All staff mem-
bers and tryouts are invited to attend,
and fobs will be given to men who
have served one year or longer on the
staff.
ZCarpenter Elected to Alumni Counceil
With the election of its executive
council at its annual meeting, May 22,
the Chicago Alumni association has
chosen H. Beach Carpenter, '15-'17L,
editor of The Michigan Daily, as a
member of the council. The first'meet-
ing of the new council will be held to-

Fresh tits Plan Big Pre-exain Ih nce
Fresh fits are making elaborate p ,ep-
arations for their pre-exam dance to
be given Thursday even inrg, June
3i, at Barbour gymnasim. T.ickets for
the affair can be obta med from L. J.
Carrigan, '18, W. E. Brown, '18, Owen
Watts, '18, and F. S. Sell, '18.
Special designs in fraternity china
at 214 S. Main St.
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Caudy. Cigari, Cigarettes
ana Tobacco. t

Call taxi
15'

2280

522 .

Call 106 for lar~ge flat
Mtating parties.

racks for

- Starks Taxicab
Taxis 25c. Cars by the hour, B,
Phone 2255. 209 W. 11
Canoes by the hour and store
private canoes-P. G. Tessmer.

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