Although we have been offered
$50 per Pound for Elon Developer
which we could get along without, but which gives better results for
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 Finishing in War
Times Go to LY NDON
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
GARRICK Week of
The Home of Paramount and
Matinees, 2:oo, 3:15 Evening, 6:45, 8:00
9:15 Saturdays-Holidays Continuous
Tues.-16-Lillian Gish in Daphne and
the Pirate. (Triangle Comedy). i5c.
Wed.-17-Willnard Mack in "Aloha O.
E." (Triangle Comedy). Rebooked.
Thurs.-Fri.-18-19-Constance Collier in
"The Code of Marcia Gray."
Shows at 3:00, 6:30. 8:eo, 9:30
Tues -16-Adele Blood in "The Devil's
Toy," and Bud Fisher's Mutt & Jeff.
Wed.- 7- Edwin August in "Social
Highwayman," and Bud Fisher Mutt
and Jeff cartoon.
Thurs.-i8-Marguerite Snow in "The
Upstart," return 'date, Drew Comedy.
for the balance of
Offices: Press Bldg.
STRAW HAT DAY
FACTORY HAT STORE
Near Allenel Hotel it8 E. Huron St
3 -7 and 8:30 P. U.
Tue.., May 10--Tyrone Power in
John1eedham's Double," Mu.
Wed., May 17--Virginia Pearson
and Joseph Kilgour in "Thou
Art the Man.:
ALL SEATS 10 eents
Thur. - Fri., May 18- 19--CharlIe
Choplin's '!urlesque e~n "Car-
men," and other comedies.
Iaalcony 14c., Main Floor 2lc.
Before placing your order for future de-
livery it will pay you to consult us. .We
can handle your business in any quantity.
KYE R & WiH°ITKE R
CoxSons and Vining
CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
may be ordered now from
Francis T. Mack, '16E.
"I see no difference between opening
'erry field on Sundays and opening the
library. The grounds would probably
be usc( more on Sundays than through
the week. However, there is no doubt
that the people of the state would ob-
ject strongly. Outside of that I see
no reason why Ferry field should not
be thrown open."-Harry G. Gault,
"It would be much better than going
up the river. However, I believe that
the university would fall into great
disfavor throughout the state, and
perhaps the appropriations from the
legislature would be seriously dimin-
ished. Nothing should be done rash-
ly, or without thorough consideration."
--MacDonald G. Reed, '16E.
"I don't see any objections to the
plan, except that the people of the
state would be indignant."-James M.
Error in Daily on Baseball Score
Owing to a slight error in the ac-
count of The Daily-Gargoyle baseball
game appearing in this issue of The
Daily, the score quoted is fallacious.
It should read 17 to 8 in favor of the
NEED MANY MEN
FOR RELAY RACES
(Continued from Page One)
der classes is expected to turn out'for
Classes to Meet
Meetings of the various classes will
be held to elect captains under the
rotation of office scheme.
The soph lits will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in 101 Eco-
nomics building to elect captains for
the heavy and middleweight tug-of-
war teams, 'and the third relay team.
A student councilman will also be
nominated at this time.
The soph engineers will meet in
348 Engineering building at 4:00
o'clock tomorrow afternoon to elect
the captain of the lightweight tug-of-
war team, captains of the pushball team
and second relay teams.
Combined Classes to Meet
The sophomore combined classes
will also meet Wednesday to elect the
captain of the first relay team, at a
time and place to be announced in to-
The fresh lits will meet to elect the
captain of the lightweight tug-of-war
team, pushball captain and captain of
the second relay team at 4:00 o'clock'
tomorrow afternoon at a place to be
announced in Wednesday's Daily.
The freshman engineers will meet
at 11:00 o'clock tomorrow in room 348,
Engineering building to elect the cap-
tain of the heavy and middleweight
tug-of-war teams and third relay
meat to choose a captain for the first
relay team t a time and place to be
announced in tomorrow's Daily.
1t.eferees f£,r the various events were
announced as follows last night: Push-
ball contest, Louis Reimapn, '16; tug-
of-war, Don ld A. Finkbeiner, '18L;
and James L. Whalen, '17E; relay
races, John F. Maulbetsch, '17.
PRIE IIER A SQ UTJI INVESTI-
% XTE 111S IISI UVli 1ING PHASES
Belfast, MAay 15.-Prec-ier Asquith
arrived here today from Dublin, where
he has had under investigation vari-
ous phases of the recenat Irish up-
rising. On his arrival the Premier
had a conference with more than a
dozen leaders of the commercial com-
POPE BENEDICT TO PUBLICLY
CONI)EMN RECENT IRISH REVOLT
Rome, via London, May 15. -Pope
Benedict is expected shortly to voice
publicly condemnation of the recent
revolt in Ireland. It is not known
whether the Pontiff will address a let-
ter to the Irish Episcopate or make a
public utterance on the occasion of
granting an audience to representa-
tives of the Irish college.
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