THIS MICHIGAN ,,AILY
:Nwho select their attire with punctilious care, with
an eye for exclusiveness and individuality as well
lity, are invited to inspect our showing of all that
in Stein- 'loch Smart Clothes, Hats and Haber-
ry for warmn weather-a comprehensive assortment
et every need for town or city wear,, for sport,
ion, travel or every day. The little subtleties of style
ted in. our apparel will be valued by those wo avoid
AMP US COATS, all colors - $8.50
THAW HATS, - $1,00 to $4.00
ANAMAS, - - $5,00 to $10.00
IGHT SERGE TROUSERS, - $4.00 to $6,00
ts, Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear
in a very large variety of approved styles
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel C
Have you inspected our showinge of Negligee and Sport
Shirts for Spring? We have them for all purposes in a large
variety of styles and patterns.
As agents for the Quaker City Shirt Compay we are pre-
pared to guarantee the fit, quality and workmanship of these
shirts to be the equal to any and the superior of many other lines
Prices range from $1.50 to $5.00 a garment
READY AT YOUR
Correct Spring Attire for Me:
Tinker & Corn
FUR~NISHiERS AND HATTERS
342 South State street
$15 to $30
$12 to $25
* $8 to$18
isebmilt, Aptel & Co.
JMINTY-FOUR W9ST ]FORT STRE]FT
FORMiRLY WM. It. DIFT]FRLI
SPRING ORDERS; TAKEN NO TI
TO THE BANK
"Y"CAI NET APPOINTMENT'S MAD)E
Presidernt Reimnn Annloun ces :Medical
and Lam= Unit 'Memibers
Appointments to the unit "Y" cabi-
nets in the Medical School and the
Law School were announced yester-
day by L. C. Reilmann, '17L, president
of the central Y. M. C. A.
The men, who will be associated
with H.' M. Lowe, '16M, president of
the Medical School unit, are as fol-
lows: E. V. Beardslee, '16M; F. M.
Allen, '18M; H. A. Judson, '18M; W. R.
Vis, '15M; R. 0. Brown, '18M; W. K.
McCandless, '18M; H. 0. Westervelt,
'16M; and A. H. *Watt, '18M.
Associated with R. Richardson, '16L,
president of the Law School organiza-
tion, will be D. W. Sessions, '17L; T.
A. Ferris, '161.; Ralph Sheldon, '161,;
Henry Rummel, '16L; M. C. Carlton,
'16L; and George Claassen, '17L.
Meetings of the two cabinets will be
held some time this week when plans
will be made for the work next year.
Ifeeting Postponed by Lack of Quorum
Lack, of a quorum caused the post-
ponement of the final meeting of the
student council, scheduled for last
night, to. be postponed until 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night. At that time,
the affairs of the council will be clos-
eds up for the year, and plans for the
coming year will be discussed.
Latina-Amnerican Club Elects Officers
At the last regular meeting of the
Latin-American club, held Saturday,
the following officers were elected for
the ensuing year: President, J. M.
Hernandez, grad., vice-president, J.
M. Blanco, '17P, secretary, P. J. Zamo-
ra, '17M, treasurer, V. Guillermety,
'1GE, sergeant-at-arms, A. Morales, '17.
The best bargain we
have ever given
619 E. Liberty St.
CAP AND GOWN
Hlave them made at
You find yourself confronted 'with thj
necessity of purchasing a: trunk?
Fine Spring Haberdashery
Headquarters iUr Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $4.
The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings
(except Friday and Saturday)
Tues.-"His Musical Career"-Charlie'
Chaplin. IFuropean Armies In Action,
wed.- "Return of Morris Donnelly"
with Leah Bird.
Terrin's Spring Gloves.
Beautiful Spring Neckwear
and .you also, get TRUNK SERVICE
Indestructo Trunk sold Is guaran
teed for five years' SERVICE
124 S. MAIN ST.
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The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Mon. Tues.-Fritzi Schieff in "Pretty
Wed.-"Shie stoops to Conquer"
Thurs. Fri. - Rita Jolivet in "THU
No matter what the conditions
It is called upon to meet
It you decide to buy trunk service--guaranteed
--it can only W!' obtained by buying
an laide structo Trunk
The :Big Story
South Main St..
Nti onal .Custom
Bull" Durhamn is iroi tan a national'form of en-
nent-it is an Expressi'on of American character.
mnillionas of"Bll" iI Durhaim smokers are the
reliant, energetics - ericans who make the
:ed States thne m p.ogressivre nation in the
d. These m-en Ym&:c- their own opportunities,
e their own Obcc~ cdtey like to make their
cigarettes, to thir Lown 1 i g, frorn ripe, mellow
BU SM'.1 U R,, AM'
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4,00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 0:15
Taxes. June i-MRS. TjESII,1R CART$R
in "Dui Barry" Six parts.
Wednes. June 2-William A. Brady pres-
ents WILIAIK]LLIOTT in "Woman
Look at our "Show Windows for
Every day in the week.
NortFs,~ AX Ws, fthey roll
Nn - from cow A-nun: . .,.to cyan-,.essran,.
Idcier and l ir o(:C) i ndadmiral,
i worker to corpoaun rciert
The smooth, noilow fI avol,° a:-, Jneb iragrance of fresh-
roled Bul" Drh~n i:'r~!~'I tord A sk Fore FREE
healthful enjoyment7and l. ~'E~oh of "papers"ec c ak
faction to more mLlin-ofa '
all other high-grade sm iR
Editor, The Michigan Daily:.-
We, the undersigned, have informa-
tion in affidavit form that four mem-
bers of this year's Varsity baseball
team* are ineligible. We hesitate to
present this matter to the proper au-
thoritie's, fearing that such a course
of action might result in severe indi-
vidual discipline, rather than in per-
manently affecting the present moral
situation in college baseball. We have
the conviction, however, that some-
thing can be done to remedy matters
if the public is convinced that the
situation is as bad as it has been rep-
The affidavits also show that a com-
promising attitude is prevalent among
the athletic authorities of this univer-
sity in regard to the eligibility of base-
ball players. This attitude is, we be-
lieve, responsible for a large part of
the present difficulties. Yet it is the
natural outgrowth of the existing rul-
es, which the eligibility committee, de-
spite its honest efforts, has been un-
able to enforce.
It is clear that the expulsion of in-
dividual men will accomplish little of
permanent value. Something must be
done to change the system that facil-
itated their violation of the rules. And
we appeal to Michigan men that they
petition for the reopening of the ques-
tion, for the purpose of getting a free
and open discussion of summer base-
CHARLES WEBBER, '15.
..HAROLD L. ROTZEL, '10.
WERNER SCHROEDER, '14-'16L.
HARRY D. PARKER, '16L.
LEWIS C. REIMANN, '17L.
W. C. MULLENDORE, '14-'16L.
Matinee, 8 P. M. Nights, 7-8:80
Mon. Tuies. June i-]Edmund Breese in
The Shooting of Dan McGrew, from
the poem by Robert W. Service. Pathe
Wed. Thurs. 2-3-Betty Nansen (The
Royal Actress) in Anna, Karenina
(and a good comedy)
Fri. Sat. 4-5-Blanche Sweet and Henry
B. Walthall In D. W. Griffith's pro-
duction The Avenging Conscience.
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. and Fri.
School Children's Matinee, Sat., So.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS
I THE SUGA1R BOWL
1 104 S. Main St.
COLD, SILVER AND LEATHER
Are most aoooptahlo and easy to mail
O'n Ideal Gift' For a Man'
A Watch, Chain and Cold Knife or Pencil
STATE STREET JEWELERS
Drop in after the game or after play-
ing tennis and try a 5c soda. Fan
Doren's Pharmacy, 703 Packard St. Uf.
Get prices on china with your mon-
ogram on at 214 S. Main St.
Wright & Ditson and hand-made ten-
nis balls. 3 for $1.00, at Switzer's, 310
1 An llustratel: , i_..-
FREE 'Roll Your Own r
ettes, and a Book of e_: r,!c:
will both be mailed, frec, t
in United States on postail rore:..
cress "Bull" Durham, Du!1hnb
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CC?.:11
From $28.00 to $40.0
ALL MADE IN 6OUR. OWN SHOP
711 N. University Ave.
and toilet articles.
Phone 416. t~f
Horse and runabouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phone 106.c
Phone 2350. City Taxi Co. tf
A large line of China and glassware
for fraternity use at Dean & Co., Ltd.,
214 S. Main St.
A good service-
able Suit - $20.00
A better one for $22.50
ally fine Suit
for- - - $25.00
Suits _- -'$12.00
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I Let The Victrola Furnish The Music
You will enjoy an outing or a little home gathering much
more if you have a Victrola as your entertainer. A little one for
Fifteen dollars will do very nicely for the summer months, when
Fall comes you can trade it in on a better one.
There is a difference lvhere you buy your Victrola just come
in some time this week and let us explain the difference, tot you.
JUNE RECORDS ARE NOW ON SALE
GRINNELL BROS., East Liberty Street
"Terms to suit the buyer"
rob 1E. Washington St. 2nd Floor
Made to your measure