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April 07, 1916 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN' DAILY

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Eastman Latest Model Kodaks
Fresh Films of

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"Art is longli 1feisort"
Sunday Evening l..uncheon
Fifty Centsx

English Oxford, leather
Sole O'Sullivan rubber
heels Black or Tan

LYNDON'S

719 NO. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Where You Buy Kodaks and Films

5:30 P. M. to 8 P. M.

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FEATURE

$5

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We easily save you one dollar
on this Oxford

WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP

115 S. MAIN ST.

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SWAIN
3lE. Uni v. Ave.

Photographical Expert
If its a difficult technical job, see him
about it.
P. S. He began to use a camera, an
8x10 outfit, in April 1890.

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WEBSTER DEFEATS ALPHA NUT
Dorothy McCormick, 118L, First Wom.-
artlDebater, on Winning Team
#The second preliminary of the an1-
1nual Cup Debate was won by Webster's
team last night in a close contest with
Alpha Nu's debaters by a vote of 2-1.
Dorothy V. McCormick, -18L, who
spoke on the Webster team, was the
first woman to participate in a debate
at the university.
The final contest between Webster
_and Adelphi, the winners in the two
preliminaries, will be held May 5.
Adlelphi will again take the affirma-
tive and Webster the negative.
;farylaid 1Patsses (Conscriptioni Law l
Annapolis, Md., April 6.-Every able-
bodied male citizen of Maryland, be-
tween the ages of 18 and 45, is liable
for military service under, provisions
of a bill passedl just as the legislature
adjourned, it was learned today. The
bill was passed in the final rush at- i
tendant upon legislative adjournment.
Many legislators confessed today they
slid not realize they were, voting for
compulsory service.
~lagelt Predicts U.. S. Armor Plant
Washington, D. C.. April 6.-The sen-
ate bill for a government armor plate,
plant was favorably reported today by
j the house naval committee by a votej
of 15 to 6. Chairman Padgett predict-
c d its easy passage in the house and
that the governrment armor plant
jwould be in operation within twol
years.
I ollapitd Not to 'transport Prisoners
London, April 6.-Holland today no-I
tified Great Britain that it will be un-
able to undertake the transportation
of exchanged British and German in-
c~apacitated prisoners of war owing to
the danger of navigation in the North
sea.

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DETROIT
Victor Herbert's latent musical triumuph
et The Princess Pat"
ARCADE
Shows at 3:00, 6:30. 8:0o, 9:30
F~ri. 7-Francis X. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne in "The Wail Between."
Sat. 8-H1enry Waitlial in "Birth of a
MAani." "~Trip Aroundi the World" 31
Mon .io-Carter DeHaven in"The Wrong
Door," and Mimty Suiffer Comedy.

Matinees
Wed. & Sa.

GARRICK Week of

ATTENTION! AMATEURS!(

DAINES

&NICKES.

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Mandolin Trio Orchestra
Reservations Enable us to give Better Service

Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and'
Triangle Photoplays
Mtatiniees, 2:oo, 3:i5 Evening, 6:45, 8:oo
T15 Saturdavs - Holidays Coutinuous
'l'lurs..lNri.-0-7- Fanny Ward in Ten-
nessee's Pardner.
Sat. i;-Willard ML~ack and lEnid Markey
in The Couquerer and (A Movie Star,
Triangle Comedy). Fvening, isc.
Stin.-Mon.. 9.1-Anna Field in "_Madame
L~a 1residente."

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You will always be assured of bright,
clear pictures if you have your develop-
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New Styles
First

'We Fit
You
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;.'4 Cox Sons and Vining
e'CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
KI for all College Degrees
may be ordered now from
WVhen you're on the run for that train
(Al. C. train always on time, perhaps)
catch your 'breath long enough to
drop in to Bloomfieldi's for that box of
Maize and Blue chocolates.. apr7
Walsh Taxi Line. Phone 2255.

119 E. Liberty Street

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Go to C. H. Major & Co. for paint~s,
oils, varnishe-., glass.. etc. 203 F.
Wash. St. apr67

THE FOOL'S REVENGE"7
WNILL.I^M POX( PROOUCTION

. AT IsKAM{EiAVS
The Satur~day and W ((enSday
nig assemiblies at Granger's
continue through;out the college:
including Spring Vacation.
Academy date~s are booked almost
to and including June 23.

Polish your floors
lish" floor wax. C.7
Phone 237.

cave-
will
year
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solid
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with "Old Eng-
H. Major & Co.
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F ORPHEUM THEATRE
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Thur. -Fri .-6-7--Fannie Ward in Tennessee's Pardner.
Sat.--W-Villard Mlack and Enid MĀ£ark ey in The Conqueror and
(A Movie Star, Triangle Comedy). Evening. 15c.
Sun.-Mon.---o-Anna Held in Mladanie La P~residlente.
Tues.-i j-Orrin Johnson with all star, Thie Price of Power and
(He Did and :He Didn't, Triangle Comedy). Evening, i5c.
Wed.- 12---Florence Red in New York.
Thurs.-Fri.-Q3-t4-John Barrynore in Nearly a King..
Sat.-i-----B~essie Barriscale andl Bruce Mcf ac in the Green
Swvamp and (Love Will Conquer. Triangle Colmedy'). Even-
ing, 1 50.t
Sun.-Mon. - 6-17-Charlotte Walker in The Trail of the Lone-
some Pile.
Tues.-i8-Wilfred Lucas with Bessie Love in Acquitted and
(H=Iis Hereafter, 'Triangle Comedy ). Evening. 1 50.
Wed.-ig--Dorothy Donnelly iiinIMad(amnX.
Thur.-Fri.-2o-21-Florence Rockwell in li:e Fell in Love With
His Wife.
Sat.-22--Orrin Johnson in D'Artagnan and (F ido's Fate, Tri-
angle Comedy). Evening,' 150.
St n.-Mon.-23-2q.-Blanche Sweet in Black List.'
Tues.-.25-Douglas Fairb~anks with Loretta Blake in T'is Pic-
ture in the Papers andl (Better Laite Than -Never, 'Triangle
Comedy). Evening. 15c.
Wed.-26-Mary Pickford in Rags. Rebooked.
Tihur.-Fri.-27-25--1N\Jarguterite Clark in Out of the D~rifts. Even~-
ing, 15c.
Sat.-2t9-lhessie IBai-riscale in "1 lonor's Altar and (Hbis Auto
Ruination, 'Triangle Comedy ). Evening, 15c.
Snnr.-1M[on .-3o-AMay i -Maria Doro' in Diplomacy.

We Know That Men are Wanting
Better Clothes and We Have.

Them Ready

Mean

are wearing better Clothes--- much

better.

And they are buying new Clothes now.
Whether it is prosperity or pride, there is a rush

just now to get Spring 'outfittings. it
suited in a pleasing improvement in

thas re-
appear-

ances.

We like to think---and we are justified in think-
ing---that this store has done a great deal for
the betterment of men'.s wear of all kinds.'
For example the goods we are now showing are

superior in many ways to
showing a year ago.

the goods we were

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Dollar for Dollar You Get More in "Soci-
ety Brand Clothes Than 'Anywhere
Else---Maore Style, More Service, 'More

All-Around Satisftaction.

Ask to See Our $1, shirt
It Can't Be Beat at the
.Price-Fast Colors

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Next to Orpheuin Theatre

Don'ti Wait, Get Your
Sport' Shirt Now

MEMNON

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