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May 17, 1916 - Image 6

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PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GO TO LYNDON
For FRESH Eastman Films
GUARANTEED Film Developing
Best VELOX Prints

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Ann Arbor Distributor of Kodaks
All the Latest Models

For Growit-ups
and Growing-ups.
Just Received Large Shipment of this
Celebrated Brand of Summer Footwear
Coolest, Lightest, most durable of Hot Weather Shoes.
Indestructible Chrome Soles, Wedge Heels.

719 N. University

"At the Sign of the Kodak"

"Art is long, Life iShoa"
Special Attention
Given
May Festival Guests
Special Music Every Day
During Festival Week.

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Oxfords $4

Shoes $4.50

WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
115 S. MAIN ST.
SI Makes landscapes and views of all sorts.
ImlSW A His pictures in and around Ann Arbor
have artistic qualities in composition, at-
Z13 . Uiv. VO" mosphere, and light and shade, rarely
13 .Un- Ave. ound. Call and see them.
210 S. MAIN STREET
Have purchased the en-
tire stock of Irvine F.
Schleede, 340 S. State St.
For Thirty Days a
Special Sale will.
e held Of every-
thing in the Store
CALL ON US FOR
Michigan Department Paper
I. P. Loose-Leaf Books
Pads Pencils Fountain Pens
Address Books
Boxed Stationery,
Souvenir Spoons
Pennants, Banners, PillowTops
Michigan Jewelry Clocks
Ingersoll Watches, etc.
Don't fail to take advantage
of this sale
Fe W.fBROWN BOOK ANY

WOLVERINES LOSE TO SYRA-
CUSE TEAM IN SECOND GAME
(Continued from Page One)
heave by Andrus, anu scored on a
passed ball by Dunne. Meehan walked,
and Hamilton retired the side by a
grounder to Walterhouse, leaving Sy-
racuse with a total of four runs.
The Orange got a couple more in
the third on a hit, an error by Caswell,I
a sacrifice and another bingle. The
score stayed six to nothing until the
first of the eighth, when Michigan
broke into the score column.
Niemann singled to center and Wal-
terhouse flied out to second. Labadie
got to second on a wild throw by
Wilbur. Niemann advancing to third.
Brandell then singled, scoring Nie-
mann.eCaswell made an infield hit,
scoring Labadie. Thomas went out
on a grounder to third, but Dunne
singled through first base, scoring
Brandell and Caswell. Turnure next
hit Ohlmacher, who was batting for
Newell, and thenAndrus, filling the
bases. Niemann started what looked
like a hit, but a brilliant stop by Mee-
han forced Andrus at second, retiring
the side with four runs.
Syracuse came back with three
more runs in their half on bases on
balls, an error by Ohlmacher, now
playing first base, and three hits.
The Michigan team goes to Ithaca
tomorrow for a two-game series with
Cornell. Miller will probably start
in the box. The box score of today's
game follows :
Michigan- AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Niemann, rf ........5 12 20 0
Walterhouse, ss .. 4 0 0 2 4 0
Labadie,lf ......... 5 1 0 0Q00
Brandell, cf .......5 1 2 1 0 0
Caswell, 2b......... 3 1 1 2 3 1
Thomas, 3b ........ 4 0 1 1 1 0
Dunne, c........... 4 0 3 3 3 1
Newell, lb......2 0 0 10 0 0
*Reem...... ....... 1 0 0 0 0 0
t Birmingham.:..... 0 0 0 2 0 0
Andrus, p.......... 301 15 1
$Ohlmacher......0 0 0 0 0 1
Totals ... ....36 41024 16 4

Matinees GADRICK Weekof
Tues., Tit. Sat. u IIII" May 15
DETROIT
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Shows at 3:0, 6:3 .o8:00. 9:30
Wed.- 17 - Edwin August in "Social
Highwayman," and Bud Fisher Mutt
and Jeff cartoon.

ATTENTION!

AMATEURS!

Thurs.-18-Marguerite Saow in "The
Upstart," return date, Drew Comedy.
Fri.-19-Francis X. Bushman in "A
Million a Minute," and Drew comedy.
Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees, 2:00, 3:15 I vening, 6:45, 8:00
9:15 Saturdays -Holidays Continuous

You will always be assured of bright,
olear pictures if you have your develop-
ing and finis ing done by
DA INES & NICKELS

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Wed.-7-Willard Mack in "Aloha 0.
E." (Triangle Comedy). Rebooked.
Thurs.-tri.-i8-ig-Constance collier in
"TheCode of Marcia Gray."
Sat.-20-W.. S. Hart in "Hell's Hinges."~
(Triangle Comedy). mac.

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peni Announcement
WEDNESDAY, May17th
TODAY
Our downtown Floral Shop
will open for patronage at
225 East Liberty Street
Goodhew Floral Co.

Wed., May 17--Virginia Pearson
and Joseph ilgour in "Thou
Art the Man.
ALL SEATS 10 cents
Thur. - Fri., May 18-19--Charlie
Chaplia's Burlesque on "Car-
msny" and other comedies.
Balcony 10c., Main Floor 20c.

Syracuse- AB.I
Rafter, cf.......... 4
Ahearn, ss..........4
Meehan, 2b.......4
Hamilton, lb ....... 5
Travis, rf ..........3
Morgan, c'.......... 3
Wilbur, 3b.........3
Welch, If ...........2
Turnure, p ......... 4
Totals ... .......32
Score by innings:
Michigan.......0 0 0
Syracuse....... 0 4 20

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* Batted for Newell in 7th.
tPlayed first base in 7th.
$Batted for Birmingham in 8th and
played first base till end of game.
Summary-Two base hits-Welch,
Niemann. Sacrifice hits-Caswell,
Travis, Morgan, Welch. "Hits-Off
Turnure 10, Andrus 11. Stolen bases
- -Niemann, Brandell, Rafter, Ahearn,
Meehan. Double plays-Hamilton to
Turnure. Struck out-By Andrus 4,
Turnure 7. Bases on balls-Off An-
drs 5, Turnure 1. Hit by Turnure,
Ohlmac ;er and Andrus. Passed balls
--Dunne 2. Time of game-Two hours.
Umpire--Dr. Flynn.
CASEMENT TRIAL
CAUSES INTEREST
(Continued from Page One)
named McCarthy, today's first witness,
told a story which proved him to be
the man really responsible for Case-
ment's capture. In orderly, chrono-
logical proofs, the Crown built up its
case of high treason. Little more evi-
dence remains to be heard and the
hearing probably will end tomorrow.
Look'% over the advertizements in
The MichigantDaily. They will in-
terest you. **
'The University of Chicago
flfl5R in addition to resident
11 ~Jflj'~work, offers also instruc-
tion by correspondence
YFor detailed in-
formation address
L 24th Year U. of C.(Di vH), icago, I l.. Wt e Town

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ANN ARBOR'S NEW AMUSEMENT PARK
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 19EEVERYBODY WELCOME
The MIDWAY which has been installed at the Coliseum will be opened to the Pub-
lic, FRIDAY EYENUNG, MAY 19th, and will be continued throughout the summer.
Among the amusements w Ell be the following:
A moving picture show; Merry-go-round; Automatic baseball;
Fancy booth; Artbooth; Shooting gallery; Bowling for ladies
and gentlemen; Kindergarten; Soda fountain and Luncheon-
ette; Swimming; Chute-the-chutes.

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SENIORS IOLD ANNUAL
SWING-OUT ON CAMPUS
(Continued from Page One)
you must acquire the ability to adapt
yourselves to all kinds of circum-
stances."
Atthe close of the benediction by
Rev. Douglas, the orchestra again
struck up a march and the classes

began filing out in the order they had
entered. The line swung through the
engineering arch, along the diagonal
walk'to the flag pole, then crossed to
the gymnasiums and followed along
North University avenue to the Law
buildir1g. At that point the procession
broke into groups and posed for pic-
tures on 1leachers erected for the pur-
pose, after which the entire company
disbanded.

SPORTS AND PLEASURE FOR BOTH OLD AND YOUNG

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Ann

Arbor

May
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Festival

Mr. Fred Weinberg says: "This will be a very desirable place for children. I have
left nothing undone to make this a place of amusement and safety for them. A Kinder-
garten with a nurse in attendance has been specially installed for the children's benefit."
Souvenir balloons will be given to all children accompanied by their parents on
the Opening Night.
A valuable present and our sincere thanks will be given to anyone making any
suggestions for improving the 'ark.
An admission fee of ten cents will be charged, this fee being good for ten cents in
trade.
This Amusement Park: supplies one of the city's civic needs, and the hearty co-
operation of the people of Ann Arbor ifs anticipated.

Tickets for Individual Concerts
Now on Sale at $1.00 and $1.50
Each

UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL of MUSIC,

Don't Miss the
Opening Night

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