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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WALK-OE FOR
WALK- VER -WOMEN

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

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Snappy
Spring K

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.
TH E WON DE R 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 Finishing in War

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"Artois tonig, ]Life.is Short'!

Special Attention
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May Festival Guests

Styles

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

Did you ever hear of a misfit Walk-Over?
This means competent fitting.
WA LK-OVER BOOT SH OP
115 S. MAIN ST.

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SWAIN
713 East Univ.

Makes Lantern Slides - plain, toned .
or colored, from any sort of an origi-
nal-the best you can get anywhere. I
As he has made over 25,000 Slides,
the chances are he can suit you.

SYRACUSE HANDS MICHIGAN
FIRST DEFEAT AT HOME
(Continued from Page One)
ton flied to center. Labadie hit to
short and with a double play in sight
Ahern tossed badly to Meehan in haste
and Niemann was safe with Labadie
galloping to first unhindered. Bran-
dell struck out, but the Wolverines
pulled a double steal, Niemann taking
third and the captain racing to second.
Turnure passed Walterhouse at this
juncture and the bases were filled with
two gone. It looked to many as though
the Michigan shortstop was passed on
purpose. This was Turnure's only
base on balls during the entire after-
noon and it looked like good judg-
ment to fill the bases, which meant a
force at any station. Caswell lifted
to center, however, and it was all
over.t
The Syracuse team goes up to
Lansing today where it meets M. A. C.,
returning to Ann Arbor Saturday for
the final game against Michigan. It
is understood that Slater will work
against Michigan on Saturday. He is
rumored to be the* visitor's best bet
in the twirling line, and if he's any
better than Turnure the Wolverines
will be facing just about the hardest
twirling they will see all year.
Turnure pitched a heady game, rare-
ly grooving the ball, and he was back-
ed by air tight derense. Joe Robins
did every bit as well as his opponent,
but his defense faltered at the critical
moments and his generosity in the
matter of passes was costly. Yester-
day's box score and summaries follow:

Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:00, 9:30

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fri.-5 - Harold Lockwood and May
IAllison in " The Come-Back," and
Drew Comedy.
Sat.-6-Pearl White in "The King's
Game," "Trip Around the world." 26.
Mon.-8--Lillian Walker in "Green
Stockings." and Musty SufferComedy
Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees,':oo, 3:15 vening, 6:45, 8.00
9:15 Saturda ys -Holidays Continuous
Fri.-5-Mary Pickford in "Poor Little
Peppina." 15c.
Sat.-6"-Billie Burke in "Peggy."8
reels, 15c. First show at 1 o'clock,
Come early. (Return date in June).
Suu.-Mon.-78 - Mae Murray in "To
Have and to Hold."
THE FAMOUS
Cox Sons and Vining
$APS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
maybe ordered now from
from Washington in a few hours. Gen-
eral Obregon had evidenced a spirit
of restlessness at the delay in resum-
ing the official conferences.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your
city. It will pay you to patronize

Wed.& Sat GARRICK week of
Wed & at.May I1
DETROIT
"tNOBODY HOME"
ARCADE I

ATTENTION! AMATEURS!

Special'
Duringr

DAI NES

&NICKELS

Music Every Day
Festival Week.

the Sign of Satisfaction

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

The
New Styles
First

We Fit
You
Right

$ulldin*

119 E. Liberty Street

50c

for the balance of
the year

MAILED

OR

Syracuse-
Rafter, cf ........
Ahern, ss........
Meehan, 2b ......
Hamilton, lb.....
Brown, if ........
Travis, rf ........
Wilbur, 3b ........
Morgan, c.......
Turnure, p.......
Totals .......
Michigan-.
Niemann, rf......
Harrington, 2b
Labadie, if........
Brandell, cf.......
Walterhouse, ss ...
Caswell, lb ......
Thomas, 3b.......
Dunne, c........
Robins, p.........

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Library Reconstruction Plans Not Done
The plans for the reconstruction of
the University library building have
not yet been finished by the architect,
Albert Kahn, of Detroit, although it
is expected that they will be turned
over to the Board of Regents within
a short time. According to an official
of the university it is probable that
they will be ready for consideration
at the June meeting of the board.
Advertisers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your
city. It will pay you to patronize
them. *

Call 830 for saddle ponies.

BETWEEN ACTS
at the Whitney, step into our
Ice Cream Parlor
for refreshments
Four doors from the Whitney
Frank Ratte Candy Kitchen
Bicycles and Repairing at Righ
Prices. Switzer's hardware. tu,fri,sal

them.

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Offices: Press Bldg.
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Whitney Theatre
FRIDAY, MAY 5th
CHARLES FROHMAN
PRESENTS
JOHN-
DREW
In His Greatest Comedy Suocess
"THE CHIEF"

MAJESTIC
3-7and8:3* P.M.
Today and Tonight
ANN MURDOCK

Syracuse
Michigan

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Ethel Barrymore's Greatest
Success
Captain Jinks
of the
Horse
Marines
SAT.: Tangled Hearts
EXTRA -- SUNDAY
THEDA BARA in
"GOLD TE WOMAN"

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By Horase Annesley Vaoholl

Summary
Stolen bases-Ahern 2, Meehan 2,
Wilbur, Niemann, Labadie, Caswell.
Sacrifice fly--Rafter. Sacrifice hits-
Brown, Morgan, Robins. Double play
-Thomas to Caswell to Thomas to
Dunne. Struck out-By Robins 2, by
Turnure 5. Bases on balls-Off Robins
4, off Turnare 1. Wild pitch-Robins.
Time of game--2 hours. Umpire-
McKenzie.
THREE AMERI AXANS
SLAIN IN MREXICO
(Continued from Page One)
can military forces and evidences cor-
dial co-operation between the two gov-
ernments in their common purpose.
Purpose Is for Co-operation.
Pending the receipt of formal in-
formation that Carranza has accept-
ed the agreement, its terms will not
be made public here. At the White
House it was declared emphatically
that the agreement does not provide
for a withdrawal movement of the
troops at this time and imposes no
time limit on the presence of the ex-
pedition in Mexico.
The whole purpose aimed at, it was
stated, is complete co-operation be-
tween the forces of the two govern-
ments in the final suppression of the
bandits. One of the concessions made
by Obregon, it was said, included per-
mission for the use of the Mexican
railroads in provisioning the American
troops.
GEN. SCOTT VISITS OBREGON
El Paso, May 4.-General Scott, chief
of staff of the United States army, paid
a visit to General Obregon in his pri-
vate car in Juarez this afternoon. Aft-
er the visit General Scott declared that
the interview was purely informal. It
was said, however, that he went for
the purpose of informing General Ob-
regon that he expected instructions

M
i. COPYRIGHT. 2926.
4. L. ADLER. BIROS. do CO.

Make This Store Yours
Besides a wide choice of 1000o
values i n your clothing require-
ments here, there's service you'll
appreciate.
Fashion Park, Alder-Rochester
and Clothcraft individually designed
suits in all wool oxford grays, banjo
stripes, mixtures and straight blues
at $15 to $35.
Sport Coats
At $8 to $10, there are flannel
and knitted sport coats in gray, blue,
green and large black and, white
plaid. Slip one on.
Summer Underwear
of course, you may want your
regular B. V. D's. at $1, but we have
a hunch you'd like the new Mansco
Slide Backs at $1.
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.
The Big Store 200-202 Main St.

"At His Best."-N. Y. Globe.
"A Delight."-N. Y. World.
SEAT SALE, MAY 3, 10 A. M.
PRICES: - - 500 to $2.00
M A I L ORDERS NOW

GEORGE SISLER TO
GET BIG OVATION
(Continued from Page One)
so requested.
The Michigan Central has agreed to
provide five cars to convey the Michi-
gan delegation to the scene of activit-
ies, so that all of those who decide
at the last moment to take the trip
are assured that there .will be plenty
of room. Coach Lundgren and the
Michigan baseball team will be pres-
ent as guests of the management. The
coach stated that all members of the

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All-Fresh team who wished to make
the trip would be excused from prac-
tice this afternoon.
A plan was on foot last night to
send the Varsity band to Detroit along
with the rooters from Ann Arbor. But
after a promise had been obtained
from President Navin, of the Detroit
club, to admit the band to the game free
of charge, permission could not be se-
cured for a half holiday for the band.
It is possible, however, that a few
members of the organization, who have
no afternoon classes, will be able to
play at the game. If this is possible,
university men who are making the
trip will be called upon to pay the
expenses of the players to and from
Detroit.
Send The Daily home. 50c for the
rest of the year.**

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ANN ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL

FOUR DAYS

SIX CONCERTS

MAY 17, 18, 19, 20

SOLOISTS-Hempel and Hinkle, Sopranos; Braslau and Matzenauer, Contraltos; Kingston and
McCormack, Tenors; Amato and Werrenrath, Baritones; Holmquist-, Bass; Kinder, Organist.
CONDUCTORS-Stanley and Stock.
ORGANIZATIONS-The Choral Union, Children's Chorus, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
CHORAL WORKS-Paradise Lost (Bossi), Children, at Bethlehem (Pierne) and Samson and
Delilah (Saint-Saens).
COURSE TICKETS-On sale up to May 6, at $4.oo and $5.oo each. ( r.oo and $2.oo if
cover coupon is exchanged.
SINGLE CONCERT TICKETS-On sale on and after May 8, at $i.oo and $.5o each.
Special announcements with programs and complete information will be mailed upon request.
CHARLES A. SINK. Secretary.

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