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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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No. 1786 Price $5.00
White Reignskin Cloth
White Ivory Sole and Heel

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Styles No. 1973 Price $3.50
White Reignskin Cloth
White Ivory Sole and Heel

Although we have been offered
$50 per Pound for Elon Developer
which we could get along without, but which gives better results for
AMATEUR FINISHING
we refused the offer because we are determined to give to you, Mr.
Amateur, the best results obtainable.
THE WONDER IS that we do not charge any more than the other
fellow who uses a make-shift developer. We foresaw this condition and
"safety first", we believed in PREPAREDNESS.
THE RESULT IS: When you want Peace Time Fini;,hing in War

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"Art'is long, Life is S i
Sunday Evening Luncheon
Fifty Cents

Ties

CAFE

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

Go to LYNDON

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Did you ever hear of a misfit Walk-Over?
This means competent fitting.
WA LK-OVER BOOT SHOP
115 S. MAIN ST.
Makes enlargements ( black
and white, sepia, o r hand-colored )
from negatives or from prints, new or
old. You will be pleasantly surprised
713 E. University at the results he secures.

led the first band of the rebels in their
attack on the Dublin postoffice.
Rebel Vice President Killed
London, April 29.-The following
official announcement was made here
tonight: "It is reported that, of the
Sinn Fein leaders, "Jim" Connelly has
been killed and that Peter Pearce has
surrendered. The Dublin postoffice
has been destroyed by fire. Pearce
was announced, by the wireless dis-
patch sent out by the rebels in the
postoffice, as having been appointed
president of the "Irish Republic," and
Connelly was announced as the vice
president."
CASE GIVES GAME TO VAR-
SITY TEAM BY SCORE OF 8-0
(Continued from Page One)
when he tore in from center and
stabbed a low liner some seven-eights
of an inch above the ground, turning
a complete somersault before he could
regain his balance. Birmingham was
pitching this frame and "Bran's" catch
averted any danger.
Michigan scored five times in the
fifth on two hits, a series of misplays
and blunders in the field proving re-
sponsible. The general public will be

,RCADE
Shows at 3:oo, 6:36 :o, 9:30
Mon.-i-Muriel Ostriche in "Kennedy
Square," and Musty Suffer Comedy.
Tues.-2- Marguerite Lesl e in "The
Question."
Wed. - 3- Alice Brady in "Then 1'l1
Come Back to You."
Orpheum Theatre

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ATTENTION! AMATEURS!(

SPECIAL FEATURE
Mandolin Trio Orchestra
Reservations Enable us to give Better Service

You will always be assured of bright,
clear pictures if you have your develop-
ing and finishing done by

The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matiuees, 2:o, 3:15 lvening, 6:45, 8:00
9:15 Saturdays - Holidays Continuous
Sun. -Mon.-Marie Doro in "Diplo-
nacy."
Tues.-- 2 - Dorothy Gish with Owen
Moore in "Betty ofGreystone" (Tri-
angle Comedy), xsc.
Wed.-3--George Beban in "AnAlien."
9 reels. 15C-

DAINES

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Sign of Satisfaction

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details.
Michigan
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Niemann, rf ... 4 1
Caswell, 2b ... 3 1
Labadie, if. ... 4 1
Brandell, f . 4 2
Walterhouse, ss 3 3
Anderson, 3b.. 2 0
Newell, lb .... 4 0
Roehm, c ..... 4 0
Andrus, p ..... 0 0
Miller, p......3 o0
Birmingham, p 0 0
*Eaton ....... 0 0

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THE FAMOUS
,; Cox Sons and Vining
y. APS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
may be ordered now from
I I.N SUTII XN.EIINFOIBI VlJION
Evidence of the skillful and faithful
management of the Provident Life and
Trust Co., is found in its exceeding
low expense rate and the remarkably
favorable rate of mortality. The or-
ganization of the company affords a
strong guaranty of safe management
for the future. There is the same need
for care and intelligent discrimina-
tion in selecting a life insurance com-
pany that there is in selecting invest-
ments for a trust fund. Harry Bach-
er, 516 E Madison St. Phone 735-M.
apr29,30
Ten cents rents a good Eastman ko-
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's, 719
M. University.

119 E. Liberty Street

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The
New Styles
First

High class portraits, prices reason-
able, at Hoppe's studio, 619 E. Liber-
ty St. a30
L yndon's for kodaks, films, finish-
ings Open Sundays, 9:30 to 4:30 only.
Taxi 2255, open under new manage-
ment. tf

AT (xRANGER'S
The balcony will be closed to all
except those taking active part in
the assembly, noamatter whether it
be a regular assembly or private party.
The academy ,rooms are rented with
this understanding. Mr. and Mrs.
Granger's residence is connected with
the building and they reserve the
above right always.
Don't throw away that old trunk.
We will repair it. Koch & H-enne. 300
S. Main. tt

We Fit
You
Right

MAILED
OR
LOCAL

Totals ......32
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Look over the advertizements
The Michigan Daily. They will
terest you.

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ruckenbrod, ss 2 0 1 1 1 1.
ellog, 2b ... 4 0 .0 1 5 0
athway, c... 4 0 0 4 3 2
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uood, rf...... 4 0 0 1 0 0
olhan, lb..4 0 113 0 2
aehr, 3b .... 4 0 0 2 1 0
yers,lif......4. 0 0 0 0 0
Smith, p... 3 0 0 0 4 0
Totals ......31 0 2 24 14 5
* Eaton batted for Miller in eighth.
? Kellog hit by batted ball.

AJESTC-HAIT 3P.M.
THIS IS A GREAT&PROPGRAM

Offices: Press Bldg.
Maynard St.

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Stop! Look! Listen!
Before signing up for any
selling work this summer learn
about the
FULLER
ADVERTISING
PROPOSITION
Ask any of these men around
the Campus.
C. A. REID, Phone 1324-J
C. C. WOLCOTT, Phone 144
GEO. E. FISHER, Phone 1551
J. H. WELTON, Phone 990-J
Special advantages this week.
KEEP MUFFLER CLOSED

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' 'America - First
andLast! -T. R.

Score by innings:
1 2 3
Case ...........0 0 0
Michigan .......0 1 0

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Colonel Makes Stirring Appeal
"Robust and Virile
Nationalism"

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Summary
Stolen bases-Walterhouse
dell 3, Niemann 2, Caswell,

3, Bran-
Labadie.,

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Viola Horner in
"'THE MARBLE HEART""
Antonio Moreno and Dorothy felley in
"THE SUPREME TEMPTATION"
Hepworth's Masterful Production
"THE CLOISTER AND TIlE HEARTH"
Harry Beaumont and Betsy Brown in
"THE DISCARD"
The Great War Story
"THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE!
Ann Murdock and Richard Travers in
""CAPTAIN JINKS"
Louise Lovely in
"TANGLED HEARTS"

Majestic
Orchestra
Victrola
Recitals
C2omftort
'Courtesy
Proper
Ventilation

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Don't keep your muffler open.
Don't drive car faster than 15 miles
per hour within city limits.
Don't play ball in the city streets.
Sidewalks are in the street.
Don't ride bicycle on sidewalk.
Don't post notices on telegraph or
telephone poles.
Don't keep a dog around without a
license.
Don't break the city ordinances and
expect to get off without paying the
penalty.
The above is given to protect you.
Show your appreciation.

Chicago, April 29.-Calling for a "ro-'
bust and virile nationalism," and de-
manding that real men of this country
stand for America "first and last" and
not merely first. Colonel Theodore
Roosevelt gave his message to Chi-
cago and the middle west tonight, on
the question of preparedness.
"There can be no divided loyalty
in this country," lie said, at the Illi-
nois Bar association banquet in the
evening. "The political racial hyphen
is the breeder of moral treason."
The colonel demanded a standing
army of at least 250,000 men, holding
that it would no more smack of mili-
tarism than the Chicago police force.
the proportion of the army to the
whole population being no greater.
"The Monroe doctrine," he said,
"will be no stronger than our navy,"
and he called for a real navy trained
in sea water.
SlNN FEEN REBELS FIGHT
HAND TO HA ) COMBAT
WITH ROYAL T R 0 0 P'S
(Coiitinued from Page One)
Sinn Feiners in other parts of Ire-
land, such as in the city of Cork, were
quickly smothered by Sir John Max-
well, who is now receiving a steady
influx of reinforcements from Eng-
land. He expects to control the situ-
ation easily.
News of details in the first days
of the rebellion are trickling through
the rigid censorship. Numerous wom-
en wearing green sashes and cartridge
belts are reported to have accompan-

Sacrifice fly-Anderson. Hits-Off
Andrus 0; off Miller 1, off Birming-
ham 1. Struck out-By Andrus 2; by,
Miller 6; by Birmingham 2; by Smith
6. Bases on balls-Off Smith 3; Off
Andrus 3; off Miller 2. Time-2:20.
Umpire-Kinsey.

Wh.itney

Theatre

-FRIDAY-
MAY nth

10 CENTS

.....

CHARLES FROHI111

P R E S E N TS

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"A Delight."
-N. Y. World.

"At His

Viest. "

-N. Y. Globe.

DREW-

For quick service, call 2255.

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DANCE AT GRANGERS
St. Josephs Sanitarium Auxiliary
will give a dance Monday, May 1.
Fischer's orchestra. 50c tickets; 1.00
a couple. Tickets of members or at
Quarry's. apr29,30

In His Greatest
Comedy Success

"The

By y Horace
vhief- Anneosley Vachell

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Call 830 for saddle ponies.

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