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THE MICHIGAN i AILY

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eir attire with punctilious care, with
siveness and individuality as well
to inspect our showing of all that
Smart Clothes, Hats and Haber-
ather-a comprehensive assortment
for town or city wear, for sport,
ry day. The little subtleties of style
el will be valued by those wo avoid

Reule, Conlin, F

Negligee Shirts
1JHave you inspected our showing 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
Tinker & Company
FURNIS"ERS AND hATTERS
342 South State Street

READY AT YOUR SERVICE

Correct Spring Attire for

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- $850
- - $1,00 to $4.00
- $5.00 to $10,00
- - $4.00 to $6.00
osiery and .Underwear
ty of approved styles

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Suits

Balmacaans
Topcoats
Raincoats

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

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Hitt, Aplel & Go.

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AND
TAJIORS

RUNDELL

NINTY-FOUR wEST FORT STREET
DETROIT, MIcR.
FORMRLDESM.. TKERL
'RING ORDERS TAKEN YOM

'my.

BANK

FRESH
ROASTED
cA FULL
loc. POUND
124 S. MAIN ST.

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/ -l
r AlI/h f
Who Roll Their Own Cigarettes1
he importance of using the best "papers" ob-
They know that Riz La Croix cigarette
tre the best that money can buy -famous a
Id over for superior quality that never fails
the greatest satisfaction.
ZLIZ LA*
(Pronounced: REE-LAH-KROY)
FAMOUS .CIGARETTE PAPERS
favorite tobacco is easily rolled into round, firm
with Riz La Croix papers. Cigarettes
their shape, draw well and give C
flavor, free from the slight-
-taste.
lightness, thin.
Ural adhes,
,nd per-, p
ustion
Croix,
tee
rable
e froFREE
lx-linenTwo inter-
esting, illustrated
vegetabe Booklets-one about RIZ
-RIZ a -rLA CROIX Cigarette Pagers i
the other shoving how to Roll
res health- Your Own" cigarettes-sent anywhere
in U S. on request. Address The Amnerican
fln. Tobacco Co., Roomn1401 111 Fifth Avenue, 14Y.

o0munic&fin 1
editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Petitions have been circulated in
several classes, asking that the board
in control of athletics alter the rule
governing summr baseball. These in-
teresting documents have been signed
by many who signed merely to please;
chiefly by "good fellows"; but by few
if any, who are actually familiar with
the situation.
Like everything else in our lay, ath-
letics are to be dealt with by special-
ists, by men who are thoroughly fa-
miliar with the conditions as they at
present exist. What, then, are the
facts?
Michigan is barred, from the Confer-
ence. And now, these enthusiastic
and over-zealous gentlemen would
have us ostracized by the East, our on-
ly recourse at present. They labor un-
der the impression that, were Michi-
gan to come out with a stand for sum-
mer baseball, other colleges would fol-
low. This is an unfounded impres-
sion.
Judge Murfin, Mr. Bartelme, Mr.
Hibbard and Mr. Emmons made a tour
of the Eastern 'colleges for the ex-
press purpose of determining what
their attitude to Michigan would be
were summer baseball permitted here.
Their findings arc these:-some would
under no consideration meet us in any
branch of intercollegiate sport; while
others, if they continued to play ball
with us, would regard the fixture in
the same light as they would games
with strictly professional teams. The
authenticity of these statements can-
not be doubted. And no plunging of
Y. M. C. A. reformers, ignorant of the
situation, can alter the facts.
We hope, therefore, that when such
worthless petitions are placed b7efore
you, you will remember that there is
a thoroughly informed body of men
capable of dealing with the ,situation,
and that you will promptly refuse to
be drawn into support of an impracti-
cable policy.
JAMES W. RAYNSFORD, '15.
WILLIAM COCHRAN, '161.
HAROLD C. SMITh, '1.
IRA H. REINDEL, '15E.
COMMTERCE CLUB CtIOSES NEW
QFFII RS; PICKS 12 MEMBE RS
At a meeting of the Commerce club
Wednesday evening, the following of-
ficers were elected for the ensuing
year: President, R. R. Lounsbury, '16;
vice-president, F. L. Walters, '16; sec-
retary, D. R Ballentine, '16; treasurer,
Ben Steirs, '16; recording secretary,
Karl Renz, '16.
The following men were elected to
membership: C. V. Sellers, '17; T. B.
Oglethorpe, '17; Glen Sooy, '16; B. W.
Talleen, '17; Carl Wensinger, '16; Is.
F, Walsh. '17; J. N. Hamilton, '16; A.
M. Bentley, '16; A. 11. Torrey, '16;
iugo T. Wagonsiel, '16; E. D. Atwater,
16; D. 1 . Lawrence, '16.
Landscape Artists Comupiete Ph thing
Campus beautification, as far as the
planting of new shrubbery is concern-
ed is complete, but constant changes
will be made during the entire summer.
The first 'plants were set in skeleton
fashion, and from now on the land-
scape department will make altera
tions so as to get the proper combina-
tion of color, foliage and sunlight.
l)aily to Suspend for Year, Tomorrow
With tomorrow's issue, The Michi-
gan Daily will suspend publication un-
til next fall.,

CAP AND GOWN
PICTU RES

Fie Spring Haberdashery

Have them

Perrin's Spring Gloves.

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

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

Temple Theatre
ADMISSION 5o.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Thurs.-Geo. Stanley in "Strength." ,
"Undertaker's Uncle," Ussanay. "Road
of Strife," No. 3.
Friday - Dorothy Kelley in "Wireless
Resce." Harold Daly and Pearl White
ins Perils of Is"lasne,
laturday--Gerda Holmes in "Strength
of the Weak."

Beautiful Spring Neckwear

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Buy Indestructo
Baggage

Headquarters .r Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to

and you also get TRUNK SERVICE

made at

Every Indestructo Trunk si
teed for live years' S

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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
'ihurs. Fri. - Rita Jolivet in "THE
UNAFRAID"

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No matter what the conditI
it is called upon. to meet
If you decide to buy trunk service--guara
-it can only be obtained by buying
an IRdestructo Trunk

HOPPE STUDIO

The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings

Saturday-"Jane IEyrs"a

The Big Store

St

Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Thursday, June 3-Robert Warwick in
"Alias Jimmy valentine."
Fri., Junc 4-Charles Chaplin in "The
j iteyFlopenient," and "Judge Not," a
remuarkable 4t-part Kleine feature.
Sat, June 5- Low' Fields and Vivian
Martin in the splendid 5-part comedy
"Old Dutch.''
MAJ E SbTli C
Matinee, 8 P. M. Nights, 7,8:30
Thursday, June 3-Betty Nansen (The
Royal Actress) in Anna Karenina
(and a good comedy)
Fri. Sat. 4-5-Blanche Sweet and Henry
B3. Waithall in D. W. GCriffith's pro-
duction The Avenging Conscience.
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. and Fri.
School Children's Matinee, Sat., Sc.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS

Look at our Show Windows for
CANDY SPECIALTIES
Every day in the week.
THE SUGAR BOWL
104 S. Main St.

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Commncement Gifts
IN
COLD, SILVER AND LEATHER
Are most acceptable and easy to mail
S1n Ideal Gift For a Man
A Watch, Chain and Cold Knife or Pencil
H ALLE JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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Lyceun Club holds Elections in Fall
Tryouts for the Lyceum club will
not be held this semester, as has been
tle cu torn in the past, but the club
will, instead, hold elections at the be-
;intnig of the term next fall. Pros-
pective members should have their
speeches or readings prepared when
college opens in the fall, as the tryouts
will be held soon after that time. Elec-
tions will be on a competitive basis,
and six new members will be taken in
by the society.-
U'ive Out All Biological Reservations
All reservations for the biological
station at Douglas Lake have already
been given out, which is an unusual
record for this time of the year, as
the opening of th station is still al-
most four weeks off.

A-ILORS

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

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3rf $ -o
,VoOiw

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Better than the movies: Real drama
at the Whitney tonight for _25c..
FOR SALE-Mandolin with cdse $6.
Call 852-W.
LOST-A straight-stem thre-r .TipC
on State street betne C(11M. C. s:a-
tion and Monroo street, Monday
night. Finder call 971-J.
L'oR sALE -One douale decker with
mattresses, one sanitary couch, one
nickle plated gas plate. These ar-
ticles have only been used a few
months. 408 Church. Phone 993-J.
WANTED-A lady wishing position as
cook in a fraternity house. Call 624
Packard St.; City, at once.

Fun and laughter at the Whitney
WANTED-A club of 12-14 men
room in well-known rooming ho
next school year. Phone 849-3.
WANTED-To rent canoe during s
mer months. Phone 1246-M.
Going home? Sure; Take a straw
with YOU but save 50c by buying i
Davis,119 S. Main St.
Summer school board, clean
homelike, $4.00. Sheldon, 714 Moi
St.

Going Camping?

Take a Victrola along!
You'll really enjoy those evenings around the camp,
fire and the rainy days when you stay inside-if you
have a little music to liven things up.
Our $1J Victrola is just what you want. Terms that
will suit you-come in and look it over.

GRINNELL BROS.

East Liberty Street

Seen the windows?
-lot of money on dis
S. Main,

Call 1812-M Cook

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