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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GO TO 1LYNDON
For FRESH Eastman Films
GUARANTEED Film Developing
Best VELOX Prints

B ONWIT TELLER&CQ*
FI FTH AVEN UE AT 3 Tn STREET
A. NEW YORK

DESIRABLE SPRING SUITY?

Ann =Arbor Distributor of Kodaks
All the Latest Models

"Bontell" Blouses

719 N. University

"A~t the Sign of the Kodak"

POSSIBLY you prefer a style in which dlignCity
Cis the prominent feature - a garmient in whlich
high class tailoring insures its popularity.
WHATEVR your ideas may b e you'll fiud somelhiiig to your liking
our wonderful stock of spring "MALCOLMN QUALITY CLOTIII 'S"
JK. iK M A L CO -L
Malcolm Block .. 604 E. Liberty St.
This advertisement tied for second place in Profesfor Moriarity's Advertising Clas
last semester.

3I('IRlGAN HURLERS BLOW UIP
IIETORE CORNELL BATSMEIN
(Continue~d from Page One)
after advancing to second on a hit by
Thona s, scored on an 'infield bingle
Iby Dunne. Brandell's hitting and
{1Dunne's pegging to the bases were
the bright spots in the game for the
'Wolverines. Miller will start in the
1)tomorrow.
Michigan-- AB. R. H. PO. A. E.

Mainees
Tues., Th. Sat.

GARRICK Ma'"I
DETROIT

Nemann, rf........ 5
Walterhouse,, ss .... 4
Labadie, If ......... 5
Brandell, of.....5
Caswell, 2b.......5
T.homas, 31)....._....5
Dunne, ec...........4
Newell, lb.......... 2
Birmingham lb ...1
Miller, p...........12
Robins, p .......... 0
Ohl1macher, p....... 1
Andrus, p.......... 1
" Reem............. 0
Totals ... ... ....39

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""JERRY"'
Orpheum Theatre
The Nome. of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
:Matinees, z00. 3::5 Eve11nitg. 6:4 5, 8:00
9:15 Saturdays-t-Tlidhays Continuous
Thu rs.-F'ri .-18-19-Const ance Collier in
"The Code of Marcia pray,"
Sat. .-2o--W. S. Hart in "Hell's Hringes."
{ riangle Comedy). 15c.
Stun.-MO.-21-22 - John Itarrymecre in
"Te lost Bridegroom."
'ARCADE.
Shows at 3:oo. 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
IThurs.-i8-Margueri te Snow in "Tihe
Upstart," retuirn date, Drew Comnedy..
F ri.-ig-Francis X. Bushman in "A
Million a.Miunte," and~ Drew Comedy.
Sat.-o--Vivian Blackburn in "Excuse
Me." "Trip Around the World" 28.

There's an interest
"'Bontell" blouses
., derie of the campt.
of treatmx
insouc1nian(
1~" Bonteill
"~Geneve" -
and front
chine blow
plaitg.
Hat of picc
d ~ribbon witl
an olrc

sting harmony of
and the Camara-
us- a simplic to
rent, a youthful
'ce that sets
"blouses apart
usual.
-- The collar, otffs
of this crepe d e
se are edged with
In white or flesh
5.50
:ot-c dged gros grain
th straw rause. In
combination. 14.50

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OUR DOWN TOWN, [LORAL SHOP

Will attend
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Fresh Cut Flowers and Potted Plants
Corsage Boquets a Specialty
Full Line of Decorative Plants

6 9 24 17 5

Batted for Newell in the eighth.

C'ornell--

AB. R. H. PO. A. E.

Mudd, rf........... 4
Mellen, 3b.......... 2
C1ary.............
O'Connell, cf....... 4
Eckley, ss.......... 2
Valentine, if ........5
Sauters, 2b......... 3
Sutterby, lb........ 3
Russell, p .......... 3

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STRAW HATS
and PANAMAS

Totals ....... ....31
Score by innings:
Michigan...... 00 0 0
Cornell........ 1 1 51
Summary:

FOR
STRAWN HAT DAY
AT THE

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flora'ComPhone 1321
K. G. Barko t Carnival
at Ypi
25 Big. Attractionus--3 Big Free Acts
May 23 t4027
Auspices o1 Knghts o1 Pythias/

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AM,3 fi eThere's he ftn of quenching the thirst
j --and the delilciousne,~s of the thirst
quencher to give you double pleasure.
bBut you don't even hwve to be thirsty
to' to enjoy Coca-cola---i is a treat,what
ever your reason for drinkins it.
___ Demandthegenuneby full name--

j Two base hits--Newell, Brandell,
Mellen. Three base hits-O'Connell,
' Eckley. Sacrifice hits-Newell, Mel-
len 3, Sauters, Sutterby. Hits-Off
Russell, 9; Miller, 3 in 2 innings; Rob-
ins, 6 in 2-3 inning; Ohlmacher,' 10 in
4 ,innings; Andrus, 0 in 1 1-3 innings.
Stolen bases-Niemann, Mellen,' Clary,
Sutterby. Double plays-Brandell to
Walterhouse. Struck out-By Russell,
6; Miller, 1. Bases on balls-Off Rus-
~. sell, 2; Andrus, 1; Ohlmlacher, 4. Hit
'r by pitched ball-By Russell, Walter-
house; by Ohimacher, Eckley. Wild
pit ches-Andrus. Passed balls-Dunne,
Clary. Time of game-2 :05. Umpire
[I' -Dr. Flynn.
N L CR OF1"CAPABLE GUdIDES
H IAMPTERSS MEXICAN PUTRSUIT~
El (Continued from Page One)
ttie y had helped round up a train
lod of cattle in the hills.
inThis latter observation is not made
indisparagement of the scouts, but:
f the fact is that many of them who at-
tended the army under this guise were
little fitted for the work which they
claimed to be able to do.
G~uides Hlave Not Been Good
They had been in the country,. it is
true, but when it came to leading the
troops of. cavalry to any place not
well land-marked they were asp much
jTr at sea in this desert land as they
would have been in the mid-Atlantic.
There is little question that many of
i,, the expeditions undertaken by the
y 111 troops since coming into the country
are have not bem successful, .through fail-
than ure on the p~art of American guides as
elev- well as the natives o pick the short-
sted est way through the labyrinth of gorg-
line- es leading to the hiding places of the
e of bandits.
At present attention is being given
to the movements of Candelaria Cer-
vantes, one of Villa's generals, who.
11to judge from the reports from vari-
ous sources received from all sorts

FACTORY HAT STORE
Near Allenel HMotel 118 E. Huron St.

and conditions of natives, is just about
as ubiquitous as is Villa himself.
Namiqiiipa Cervantes' ilome
Namiquipa is the home of this badly
hunted bandit and he is said to visit
there frequently, but he always has
been able to evade capture, regardless
of the cunning traps laid for him. He
has probably not visited the tewn since
the arrival of the Americans in the ,vi-
cinity. However that may be, the fact
still remains that not a day passes
that a report is not received locat-
ing him anywhere from a mile end a
half to 50 miles from headquarters.
IT. S. SOLDIERS IN A RESCUE
Marathon, Texas, May 17.-A truck
driver who arrived here today from
Boquillas brought the report from the
border that Major Langhorne and two
troops of cavalry had surrounded the
Big Bend bandit raiders about 125
miles from the border, killing six and
capturing 75. According to the truck
driver's report, the bandits were sur-
rounded and did not put up a fight.
United States soldiers have rescued
J. Deemer, American storekeeper, cap-
tured by Mexican raiders in attacks on
Glenn Springs and Boquillas, Texas,
according to a man named Terry, who
arrived their morning. He said the
soldiers entered a village 125 miles
in Mexico, and the bandits rushed out,
leaving Deemer and a negro named
Monroe Payne.
May Withdraw Sibley's Forces
San Antonio,, Texas, May 17.- An
early withdrawal of the punitive ex-
pedition directed by Colonel Sibley
south of Boquillas was indicated at

See Us for Your New Straws

NOT I vC.E
Due to unfavorable weather con-
ditions yesterday, Straw 1-1a t,
Day has been postponed until
Saturday May 20..

Straw Hats
Shaped to Fit the,
Head.

Panamas Made-to-
Order as You
Want 'rhem

Factory Hat Store
1 18 E, Huron St. Near Allenel Hotel

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department headquarters today, after
the rescue of Deemer and Payne was
reported. Officers here regard it as
probable that the successful encounter
with the bandits will automatically
bring the expedition to an end.
46 HONORED WITH
SIGMA XI CHOICE
(Continued from Page One)
ture, science and the arts, Harold Cum-
mins; college of engineering, John L.
Allison, Robert S. Archer, Frederick
K. Hirth, Everett Judson, William W.
Kurtz, John H. Schmidt, Chauncey W.
Smith and James D. Todd; school of
medicine, Robert H. Baker, Miss Anna
G. Dumont, Carl W. Eberbach, Harold
Henderson, John A. Herring, Lyle B.
Kingery, and Warren T. Vaughan.
Walsh Taxi Line, Phone 2255. tf

C"LASS BASEBALL TEARS OUT
(Continiued from Page Three)
twirled good ball', allowing but four
hits.
Not willing to see two games go
to the law college for the day from
their department, the junior engineers
won from the junior laws to the tune
of 6-0.
In the delayed game between the
senior and fresh lits, the latter took
a one-sided contest from the seniors,
winning 11 -3, thereby creating an-
other triple tie in that division. This
will make it necessary for the juniors
in the same college to play the fresh-
mien today, the victorious team going
into the finals as lit team No. 1. The
losers of this afternoon's fray will
play the seniofs, the winners of the
game qualifying for the closing round
~as lit team No. 2.'

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

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