THE MICHIGAN D1L
Although we have betn offredl
$550 per Pound for Elon Developer
which we could get along without, but wich gives bette'r results for
AMATEUR FINi SHING
we refused the offer because we are determined to give to you, Mr.
Amateur, the best results obtainable.
THE'WONDER IS that we do notcrganmoetnteohr
fellow who uses a make-shift develop-;r. We for.;awt ils r ndi icmand
"safety first", we believed in PREPA ECD NE 4SS.
THE ;RESULT IS: When you wa:nt Peace Time inishii a
Times Go to L YND N
~loog, Life is S-hort"
- hipment of -this
~it .pfd of Summer Footwear
4 M t® mstdurable of Hot Weather Shoes.a
ae tucile Chrome Soles, Wedge Heels.
s Lf -_r VER BOOT SHOP
115 s. MAIN ST.
w ~Photographs, oil, paintings, water-
colors, and colored drawings in correct
color values-it's not so easy, but he
~t13E. Uiv. ve. knows how to do it.
ALL-FRESH DEFEATS U, OF ,I
Yearlings Wallop Opponents by Score
of 10.3; Turner Allows 3 Hits
Coach McGinnis' yearling ball-tog-
sers administered the worst defeat of
the year to the University of Detroit
nine yesterday morning, the final score
standing 10 to 3. Arntz proved an eas
target for the freshman slugger,, vho
succeeded in collecting 10 hits 1froAl
this source, while Turner, the big ur-
due letter man, allowed but three hits
while on duty for his side.
A feature of the game was ti1
three base hit by Morrison,whh
sailed straight over the third -aggr
head and into the gardens. PDancer
proved the leading light of tip c~ t
man offense, making two hits and cltwo
runs out of twice at the plate.
S core by innings:
All-Fresh.....1 0 1 3 1 4--10 12 :
Univ. of Detroit0 0 3 00 0 4- 3 4
Two base hits-Leiebre, Morrison.1
Three base hit-Morrison. Struck w lt
-By Arntz, 2; by Tvrner '.2, Left oin
bases-Michigan, 2; 'V ,~.Wld
pitches, Turner, Arntz. 4is aeo
errors--Michigan, 3:; Det roit, 1. w -
We set glass in ai pr-
C. H, Major*~ Co., Mane237.
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'The, "Homaof Par3:r+.nount and
ay estival Guests
Spe ccial Music Every Day
D9_ rring Festival Week.
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Yotwill always be assured of bric~ht,
carpictures if you have your develop-
ing and finishing done by
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Sl iPl) YFIELD)
(Vontlniedl from Page One)
on Suindaysy it should be only for the
af"ternoons." --Henry Carter Adams.
:I don't think that the question is
quite clear. The contentions appear
to be evenl.y balanced. It is all a
inatter of i:divdual opinion. .I do not
feel that Ik oueough about the
n)ater to cmm )it illy::elf."--Prof. H. R.
1 haven't thought the matter over,
buzt I feel thiat I wvould be opposed to
the plan " -Prof . Edward M. Bragg.
"It wuld' give offense to a great
numirber of people. TI3do not believe that
it isteial7--rf George W.
"T anii very f.uch opposed to any
suc mve,---Prf.William D. Hen-
0 t 't r it;tdets have plenty of
op~otumt forthatsort of recrea-'
liondurn5 te wek.I should be
oppse toit" -Prf.Edward H.i
Atheti Dr ec tor Philip Bartelme
staedtathewoud ladly undertake
theadf hitrtiv wrk which would
he conectd wih Fery field on Sun-
day."I hve nverbeen averse to
any s ort of hzealthful recreation on
Sunda,' 1hesaid, "a I believe'the
Rev.Henr Tatookwas, the only
miniterwho o~1 beseen last night,
and e rfu.. d cmmit himself
fuirthier than the statement that thenrtudobel
create aiiiet d aopposition from
the people throughout the state.
PICK TWO OPERA SCENARIOS
IVlwn Connitteo, Makes Selectilon for
Net-7 Year'.s Protinction
At a mneeting of the Union Opera
scenario commuittee yesterday morning
two sceiiario~s were selected from a
large number pres >nted as suitable
for next year'Ys iproduction. Follow-
ing the new rules , iyt in effect by the
opera authorities, ;. meeting will be
heldtoorwennga 7:30 o'clock,
at the i nion for all those who desire
to wiedaousfrthese scena-
rios. Thhe books, as fnially completed,
will be duie abot thle ,middle of June.
Anyone desiring to -write a complete
boo~rk, bothi dialogue andi plot, and sub-
mnit saute to theonite at the time
the dialogues are de, ill be privi-
leged to do so.
FIFTEEN MEN MAKE TRIP
Coach Lundgren announced
last night that the following 15
* men would make the annual
* eastern baseball trip:,
* Nienaunn, Walterhouse, Bran-
*dell, Capt. Labadie, Caswell,
*Thomas, Dunne, Miller. Newell,
*Roehm, Robins, Reem, Ohlmach-
*er, Andrus and Birmingham. The
* squad leaves Ann Arbor this aft-
tiinwrof112 c'iduleq V' ~ E: 1,ay r
TSu J < lt r sch dule o" tjiT' tI) i l,
ratn 'ywil g iM fec Toitday
May23 o han ~rePad'-nIh
a~H MPI-KERS FOR P~EP
MFEl'N(S F'TWO ('LASSES
Ct 01iued from '.age One)
m~n who have reached the water's
1,( 3)he th eir side.. is losing, from
nimuna ackout of thte water and
:3ginjolhn~on the big rope. The
inslnt acontestant leaves hold of
therop le will be disqualified front
furtheri participation in the affair.
Its ferees Will Be Selected
T-lie various student couincihnen who
will 'have charge of the different con-
? (re as follows:. Pushball con-
rant L. Cook, '17L. Tug;-of-war,
t ;L J, Kilburn, grad, and il. A. T'ay-
l 7F; relay races, Hi. L. Carroll,
TH E -FMOUS
- ~. Cox Sons and Vining
CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
f or' all College Degrees
~may beordered 'now from
,'..?lay and E. T. Colston, '18P.
Refe rees for the. different contests
will be annouuced by General Chair-,
man ack, within the next few days.
Ten cents rents a good Eastman
kodak, any size you want. Lyndon's,
719 N. University.
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Flints enlargect at .Hoppe's. m14
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..ii at S'
o :lonials Again
The above exrs wo1ba
double meaning wcseaa'k
when a manymst et her'n
with both feetIf h e is o
make goodandboh 7ee
must be welsod if aoa i
to make:o h yso
_- , ,
colonials have. been great fa-
vorites, and this
them even more popular,,
The model pictured here-
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with is extremely
graceful in its lines,
tractive, in Bronze
-and Black Russia
p n rty 5 ..ig h ' 'Y . - S t °"' -..
-.c fro u .
t h ' l r : ?y - O.
TO 11OLO S' 1I)LN'I COUNCIL
YLEC11ON 1) tW ('- THIS WEEK
Electlins to the stude.1 nt council
from the _soph lit andli soph engineer-
ing, classes and the ei, engineering,
law, medic, denft, hom,,eopalhic and ar-
citect junior classes will be held the
latte>r part of next wiee:k, at the dif-
fr nIt class meetings.
Meetings for- the nomlinating of can-
didtes w;ill probably b'wheld Monday
o r Tuesdlay, to allo-w Se'veral days be-
tween the noi-ntions andi elections.
Notice of such class meetings will be
published in The Michigan Daily.
aYour next portrait,call Hoppe's.
7I3a I5 -- UirerityAye
Yh i~- oTi~i
802 S. University Ave.
Opposite Tappan Hall
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