THE MICHIGAN, DAILY
Five dollars is a gowd. fair price..
Fair to us.id fair to thue custmer.
W41HY PAY MORE?GurteditszsAAt
1wIWIM1oMi97 iI1 M w MHM1 Rfi11l MI 1 I!
Another Big. Clean Up ot Fifty
Slightly Worn Kodaks
Prices start at from 3o% to 5oA off regular prices, and re-
dunce at the rate of ten cents per day until sold. Every one
plainly marked. This is the biggest snap you ever saw.
We sell from a sample line but our clothes
are tailored in town
OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28.00 UP.
C. I. KID D'mm aSophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave
E, 5to 11
Rubbe-r or LelaIher Soles
Walk-Over Boot Shop
WIITH TRACK MEET
T1eam Ike eturis frorn Ea sern (ra mes,
t i Varr-l,01 'elts (of 'i hcligaii's
S nI'f ANA) MilE ED)ITHI MAKE HIT'i
Mas ekDaily GARRICKj j~ May
at 1.I5 30
Lyman H. Howe presents
,he V. 8. N AVY
and other bIteresting films
Bloonificid & Mcrts
115 S. MAIN ST.
THlE PLACE TO GO
WHEN DOWN TOWN
of alI Kitids
a T£4 Cream deliverersto any part of the city
116 S. Main$t
and I branhs of asi
Are taught at the
University School ot usic
Coach Farrell, who returned from
the eastern intercollegiates yesterday
morning carefully chiaperoning is-h
Varsily track squad, has announced
that he was well satisfied with the
work of his men at the big meet.
Donnelly, be sai, was the victim
of a piece of bad lucek in the two
mile, stumbling ;before. the race had
gone 100 yards,-and severely injuring
his foot, which put him out.
l Ufer and Fox were both in fast
heats in the halt mile on Friday, and
although the former was well up in
the race, both were eliminated. Hu1nt-
ington r? l Cross failedl to ,qualify, al-
though the shot putter was only elim-
i.miateC by inches.
The coach stated that [apsley, the
colored sprinter showed well, and was
leadln ; 50 yards out, although he was
finally beaten. Johnny Ferris wouldI
have had to jump well over 22 feet to
qualify, as the Bl in the broad jump
was exceptionally fast. Troubled by
his bad foot, he failed to attain this
Cobi ualificd on Friday, but a
peuir ruling proved his downfall
on Sa;,turday. The first two men in the
hu.,rdles qualified, and in addition the
maan amr~ong the third-placers who had
J',, teFastest time. Corbin finished third
NO 1ut 1 ' dge decided that the third
m an T iin heo other becat had beaten hi's
record, so he was elimin ated.
M 07111ien1 wenit throughi the prelimina-
ries and .s lui1-C>fils with flying color-.
j)ut secured a L, dl tare in thle finals of
the cent ury andOf i IA to o 4ce.
'ddi&' Carr"oll ra i n ecellent
race in the rn ilz, cand fl inished in third
position bar'ely, five ytrds behind the
leIaders. Mlcioe pie of P.riuceton break-
'mthe tai . ,,mpo] 1 ran a str ones
*aeall the 'iv, itimlpassed 1two mn~
- on, the last 'r. p of the rae Wilson
rj q u alified w ith 1 1 r t. 11 in ch es O nHil . ' -l h i h t n t e f n l
Sat a afternoon..
;; Sith an:.l Ted =Meredith
were the two r t i salions of ithel feet,
T she' f'':'7"]tr t,( iw'-'e uimou~ls in
cecl r1 ng "lial" one, o ift gratest
runriis In thle country. lIe woa both
dashoes .c,+;a;:rtabhlc ma rgin:s, with
Strom : i~n amihimn in both
evoeuis. A ccording to 'r<<. i Farrell,
the eastA is firmly of the op~inion that
"Simitty" is the gr <<°st sprinter that
-hay iaojm qarod for -smew;nnle.
lB: ;i ~le $"Cam pi y f ncert Friday
\t sity bandmebr will give
their last camp-us concel , tit the year
at 6:30 o'clocl Friday nighlt at tihe
c<rmem band stan.d. Several vocal
solos xwill be mrendered t' ogether with
tine inustrumentalI numbers.
These prices ipclude 1 00 Cards.
109.111 E. WASHINGTON
Extra Specials All Week
Puit up with Delta Care n ulity
Spring and S,.ume r=§ut
Comer State and Packard P1F
-rte.- _ : __ -ar ; s: -
on M Isd.
Fixtures, Wiring,, Fans, Vacuum Cleauers
Lamps, Toasters, Grills, Iron f, bells, Flash.
Lights,Maz las, Percolator&, Electrical
equipment of -any kind.
rn '335 S. Main St.I Phone 2153-M
Several students of the university
school of mutsic will appear in a pub-
lic st auens' .recital at 4:15 o'clock this
:tlter aeo at the school of music. The
prog-ramn, as announced, is as follows:
Trio, Op. 1, No. 1, C minor .......
... . . . .. . . . . , Beethoven
Andante cantabile con variazioni;
Altha Heffelbbwer, piano; Thelma
Ne"',eli, violin; %Vithred Cook,
novelette, ) minor .....Schumann
Hielen Derf us
Sonata, F major (first nlovemnent)
Thelma Newell, violin; Dorothy Wines,
oeturne, Op. 68, No. I ....... Chopin
A 11 E[11:!J1' I : ,OV }LA~TION
The G'entle Jury," one of the three
student p~roductions to be given at the
Whitney theater on Friday, :rune 4,
presents a wonderfully delicious legal
)o ssibility. It should appeal to every
studentC of the law. 'Tickets are sell-
Ang for 25 enits at Wahr's.
HART, SCHAFFNER & MAR
ALL $25.00 'SUITS $20.00
9 605 E« William
W~y* Because wre give
Sport Coats, all colors- $7
The Convenitent Place
. - m _; .- 1 _ -- . r.
at this store and nmoreol'er at 'thep
Consistent 1:41h Quality and Seri'ice
We lcpeld upon you~ for business and you depenzd upon us
for good square: service and dealing. We are in- duty b3c~jnd
to give them to you--audi will
KYER & "WHITKER 114-6 E. Washington
SEND YOUR BAGGAGE HOME BY AMERCA EXPRESS
Studei ts who are going home at this time andIhave trunks or personal
belongings to take with thenm will find that they can saxge thenmselves both
trouble and expense if they phone( 14 and arrange to hav e their shipments
seat by express.
An American Express roan will call for your shipment, carry it to the
depot, insure it up to $;o, anid in miost cases deliver it at your hionie(door
without any additional charge beyoand the regular express rage.
This enables you to send goods hme 'charges collect." Don't worry
or fret about younr baggage; let mee look after this personally for ycu.
:Agent, Aine.,ican E'x pr ens Ceompaliy
F'OR RENT-Onec store and two smnall hst values in tennis rackets at
steam-heated apartments. 604 L. Lib- Srtes 10 State.
erty. J. K. 'Malcolm. 1 713-MV or 1661-
if U iversity A; e.IPhairmaWcy Pountain
Band rehearsal in University hall at.
7:00 o'clock tonight. Men bring folios
Senior engineers pay their class
dues, which amount to $3.00, this week
at the table in the second floor hall of
the engineering building.
Prospective try-outs for the Gair-
,;i~yle business staff will call at the
Glargyle office in the Pre..ss building
between 4:00 and 5:00 o'clock this
afternoon or fromn 4:00 to 5 :00 o'clock
WANT IF.D.-Lady wants position to
take( cha r> of rooming or sorority
h:ousef for next year. -Mm's. L. A.
IA'hr 450second Ave., Detroit.
WANTE-Postionin fraternity by
;)erienced; lady, cook (white). Ref-
erences, Miss J. Mt fhewrs, 215 Glenn,
LOST-Gold wvatch writh fob chain.
Finder hlc ,asQ call AMegid, 1.066-J.
Calli i 82-MI Cook Taxi Co.
City Tali Co. Phone 2330.
Sorge & Flannel Trousers
5,00 - 3420
3.50 r. 305
3,00 - 2, .5
016 REDUCTIONS IN ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE
l'OUNDi !-Tast -week, sum of money.
Owner may have $jame by paying
for this ad. Call Miller, 1235-AM.
WANTED-A doctor and a dentist to
occupy two new modern offices in a
rapidly growing section of Highland
PR171, Detroit, Mich. Splendid open-
ing. Rent treasonable. Address W.
H. Foster, 2069 Hamilton Boulevard,
Highland Park, Mich. Phone Hem-
L.OST-Conklin s'elf-filler on So. In-
galls, between hill St. and Tappan
h-all. Finder please phone 1915.
H-ALF INTEREST FOR SALE in
sturlent firm of Evenson & Warriner.
1Tnquire''at office aboveo 310 S. State,
opposi0 te Pu1stolls',
217 S. Main Street
When you break a. window glass,
telephone $witzer's Hardware to have
Special designs ini fraternity china
at 214 S. Man $t
Call taxi. phone 2350,
Call 106 for larg-e flit racks for in-
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