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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,

f icer, Stop that Man!
m buying cotton mixed suitings, he
not get satisfaction.
ly strictly all pure wool fabrics will
e satisfaction. We have a large assort-
nt of pure wool suitings for you to
pct from. Fit and workmanship will
ase you.

4 EXPRESS COMPAIES
ITAKEN OVER BY M'AOOOi

PEESENT CAPITALIZATION
CORPORATIONS TOTALS
$57,000,000

OF

K. M ALCOLM

LIBERTY STREET

MALCOLM BLOCK

Don't Forget to Attend Our
5 th Anniversary Sale

Sheehan &Co.

oDr

Detroit

A SUGGESTION

the'

Watches
Diamonds
Jelvlery
lilitary
Wrist
Watches

he

0

er

nen will all need sometlging to be found
t the goods that Schlanderer & Seyfried,
's sell. Our Service is prompt.
LANDERER & SEYFRIED
113 E. Liberty Street

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m

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BUY

Four of the principle express com-
panies of the United States have been
taken over by Director General Mc-
Adoo on the basis of their actual
business, physical properties and cash
values. They are the Adams, the'
American, the Wells-Fargo, and the
Southern.
A new company with $30,000,000
capital has been formed. The pres-
ent capitalization of the four com-
panies is $57,000,000. No provision is
made in the reorganization for good
will or other assets not represent-
ed by property values.
Arrangement Beneficial
The president of the American Ex-
press company, who is to act as- pres-
ident of the new company, and ac-
cordingly speaks from an expert
point of view, is confident that the
new arrangement will be highly ben-
eficial to the companies and to the
public. He says: "In the past the ex-
press companies have been vital fac-
tors in the conveyance of merchan-
dise and foodstuffs. They have elim-
mated distance and the time element
between the manufacturer and his
market. The move is designed to
improve the distribution of commerce
and agriculture, and the business of
the country may look upon it with
confidence that their interests will be
carefully and intelligently served. Al-
ready the vast terminals now main-
tained by the various comapnies are
being unified for a practical saving
of time and service."
Single Service
The individual identity which has
separated the express companies for
75 years is now eliminated and a
single express service offered to mer-
chants, manufacturers and individ-
uals, who need merely specify "by
express and "the entire man power
and vehicle power of the express
world will respond to their call."
In this combination of the express
companies we may have an indica-
tion of the thought of Director Gen-
eral McAdoo as to the ultimate des-
tiny of the railroads. In this merg-
er he has had a physical opportunity
to work out a complete plan. The
plan constitutes a linking together of
interests, through which the benefit
of individual aggression, ambition
and ability with government control
anl government liberal participation
in profit are all availed of, possibly
eliminating to a minimum the detri-
mental influence of political obstruc-
tion
PHYSICIANS WILL
ASSIST EXAMINERS
Dr. George A. May, director of
Waterman gymnasium, will aid in the
physical examination of the 700
members of the second training de-
tachment, which is expected to ar-
rive in Ann Arbor June 15, according
to an announcement made yesterday.
A number of physicians, probably
including members of the senior med-
ical class, will also help examine the
men in the next detachment. No defi-
nite arrangements have as yet been
made, but the physicians are expectel
to be chosen three or four days be-
fore the arrival of the new men.
There has been a rumor that the
gas engine mechanics in the first
training detachment will be sent
overseas soon. This was officially de-
nied at the headquarters of the de
tachment last night, and thu far no
definite infor mation has Icon receiv-
ed from Washington as to tn' move-
Ments of: U men afr the comnple-
tOr of their course at tle Unyorsity,
Ten gas engine men. five of whom
are members of the special detail,
were sent cut Monday to bring in

uven automobiles from 24)' milesI
norrh of Detro ", None of the mer
rE'tuvel yesteinay, but ty are ex-
pecte to ae wit the~r machines
sonic lie today. .
A complete his cry of e first
training detachment i being compil-
ed. h~ orkwillconainphoto-
gr of the .ho, the me at drill,
and the personnel of the -dachment,
When the history s corupi:ed it will
be forwarded to Washingtor, where
it will be usd a7 a perman t roe-
rdof Mich'a'i first tr. ing de-
ta ,l ent.

Garrett, 2b
Adams, lb
Rluzicka, p

MICHIGAN DEFEATS
NOTRE DAME, 5--I
(Continued from Page One)
and in the seventh, Adams again
singled.
Throughout the battle the Confer-
ence champions played winning ball.
The teaI Worked as a smooth ma-
chine, and only Morrison's slip im-
paired the perfect work. Notre Dante
did not stancd a chance from the be-
ginning, for the Wolverines were in as
good playing order as any time they
have performed on Ferry field this
year,
Notre Dame scored its lone run in
the s^'ventl, Sjoberg, first up, made
the visitors' only hit, doubling to right,
and then w ent to third oen a wild
hitch, When -Morrison letiantherball
get by him, Sjoberg scored, thus rob-
bil~tig zika of a shutout.
Only the men the pitcher passed
and hit were able to reach irst, with
tbe exception of Sjoberg, none getting
on through errors. But two South
Benders reached third.

Player A.
Kaode, ss..... ..4
Ceolper, I'.......4
Ohinacher, rf . ... 4
Mraz, 3b ..........3
Genebach, of ..... 3
Morrison, c.......2

* * ** * * * * * *
AT TIHE TI-HEAT ERS

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11 o'clock-Dean M. E. Cooley ad-
(resses last fresh engineer assembly
in room 348, Engineering building. .
4 :45 o'clock--Michigan-Not re Dame
biaseball game on Ferry field.
8 o'clock-Glee and Mandolin club
'finial concert in Hill auditorium.
TOMORROW
12 :15 o'clock-Dental faculty lunch-
eon at the Union.
t'.NOTiCE
The It. 0. T'. o. 1and will report at 7
o'clock tonight for drill at Waterman
gymnasium. Membersar requested
to bring their instrumn ;t s,
. I. C. A. cabinet men are request-
ed to report to the "Y" sometime to-
day to receive instructions.

Totals ...... 29

.B. R.
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
5

H. P.O. A.
1 1 1
1 1 0
1 30
02 5
0 1 1
0 4 0
2 2 2
2 11 2
0 2 2
7 27 13

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0
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The

Bonstelle Co xipaw iv

NOTN E J)AM!E
Pnlayer A.J. R. 1i . P.O. A. E.
Bader, of ........ 0 0 1 0 0
Bahan, rf .........3 0 0 1 0 0
Sjoberg, 2b ......3 1 1 4 1 0
YWoltss.........3 0 0 1 .2 3
Halloran, c .... .. 0 0 8 3 0
Barry, If.........2 0 0 1 0 0
Mangin, 3b .......3 0 0 1 0 0
Fitzgerald, lb ....3 0 0 7 0 1]
Alurray, p ........3 0 0 0 2 0
Totals'..,.. 26 1 1 24 8 4
lunings -- 1 2 3 4 5 43 7 8 9--R.1.E.
Michigan . . 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 *-5 7 1

"Mary's Ankle," at the Garrick.
TODAY
Wuerth-Wallace Reid in "The
Thing We Love." Also Eagle's
Eye."

n
.......
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Arcade -- Lillian Walker in
"Lust of the Ages." Mutt and Jeff
Cartoon, "Harps and Halos,"
atud screen Telegram.

x:
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*:
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*:
*:

Flowers
Plants-
Ferns

Orpheum -- Vivian
"The Trouble Buster.'
gle's Eye."

Notre Dame 0 0

A RC A D E
SHIOIS AT 3:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
8c Unless Otherwise Specified.
d ~- lillian Walker in "Lust of
a \gc>"; Mutt an t Jeff Cartoon,
"larps and [talos," and Screen
'PTelcgramn.
Tlirs --6-Constance Talmadge in
'1I'e htle" 'andChristie Comedy,
'ri .7 ConstaLCe TalifadlgC in "h
Suintile" and Charlie . Chaplin in "A
l)gs Life." -x, tax 3c.

000010

I

0- 1 41

r Steel Ball Stock

NOW

0. H. FISCHER
Bank Bldg. Tel 1060

Martin in
Also "Ea-

225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
GOOOKEII FLORAL COO

Baskets
Corsage.
Decorations

Let me congratulate you on the
wonderful role you are about to play
in the history of the world; you will
go out from it full of credit and hon-
ors. Although students at different
periods there is one thing common
to all Michigan men-the inestima-
ble and unique spirit of complete de-
mocracy. I have never met a Michi-
In man who was small, never one
who was not democratic, unreserved,
and a good fellow among other men.
Trunks, Suitcases and Bags at rea-
sonable prices. You may trade in your
old Travelling Goods as well as Furn-
iture for New Luggage. F. W. Wil-
kinson, 325 S. Main St. Phone 24.-
AMv.
Pop. Mats, Nights
Tue., Thur. R: 25c, 50e&
Sat., 25&50c UFTROIT '75c
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
IAy 'Ankle"

:Il'S

Service

(GLEN OREN)

'ry our Plate Specials
at 15c 20c 25c
Regular Dinners 35c

Two hare hits, Cooper, Garrett,1
Sjoberg; stolen bases, Knode, Barry
2; sacrifice hits, Mraz, flaan; lelt on
bases, Michigan 2, Notre Dame 4; base
on balls, Ruzicka 4; hit by pitcher,
Morrison, Wolf; struck out, "uzicka
4; M1urray 7;, wild pitca Ruzicaa.
lIE REAI) FOil YE AR OF WAR
New York, June 4. - The Germat
people are being warned that they
must prepare for another winter o'
war. In announcing this, Conrad
Ilaussman, a progressive member of
the German reichstag, said in a
speech at Stuttgart, as reported by
the :Berlin Tageblatt, that it is neces-
sary to give the warning to prevent
public (isappointment.
Germany, said Haussman, saw
through the desire of the Prussian
upper house to rule the empire. Nev-
er, he added, wil, salvation come from
these super-Prussians. The Prussian
upper housew arming to storm
against Kuehlmann, foreign minister.
and the imperial government. Kuehl-
mann had fallen into the bad graces
of the supermen. IHJ was exposed to
a concentratedattack of those who
considered negotiations during which
one pounds the table as the most sal-
utary.
FORM ER1 VICE-iPIESIDENT,
(11ARLES FAIRBANKS, DIES
(Continued from Page One)
publican party and as such was made
chairman of the committee on reso-
lutions at the Philadelphia national
convention in 1900. He resigned from
the senate March 4, 1905, having been
elected Vice-President on the Repub-
lican ticket with Theodore Roosevelt.
While lie was Vice-President, Mr.
Fairbanks, in 1908, became a candi-
date for the nomination for presi-
dent. 1l , was defeated by William
H. Taft, and, after his term as Vice-
President ended, he went back to the
practice of law.
Our Merchant Advertisers represent
the progressive business men of Ann
Arbor.- -Adv.
Play Ground, Indoor and Tennis
Balls at Cushing's.-Adv.

* * * * * * * * * * * * *
AT TIFF: ARCADE
Something new in moving picture
attendance developed at the showing
in Detroit of "A Dog's Life," the lat-
est Charlie Chaplin comedy. Thous-
ands of people enjoyed it so im-
rmensely that they went a second
time. The film will be at the Arcade
Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8.
in addition to this picture, the regu-
lar features for these days will be
shown, and they are especially good
ones, according to reports.
FRANCE EXHIBITS NO SIGNS
0V ANY WARTIME ACTIVITIES
(Continued from Page Four)
laid out sightseeing tours for many
a man. In short we are a sort of
Parisian bureau of information."
Michigan Dinner
Among other things recounted,
was a Michigan dinner, at which 34
Michigan men were seated. Profes-
sor C. B. Vibbert acted as toastmas-
ter, and his excellency, William
Graves Sharp, '81L, and at present
United States ambassador to France,
was guest of honor, and, according
to Mr. Vinton's letter, gave the fol-
lowing greeting to Michigan men,
practically all of whom were in uni-
form, who sat at the board:

t

~t1i9 LRE[ is.§i l11g 1tliltllllll9111t
WtierthTheater
Afternoon--2:30and 4:00
Evening-7:oo, S:oo and to:oo
Phone-16o-J
-OOKINGS FOR JUNE
Tor'sWe W--5--- allace Re2id in "The
1Thing WleLove." Also "Eagle
= h sFli -6-7--Sessue lfayakawa in
-1i:Ii n Pearls." Aso Holmes
-. 'I'i avel s and Ctomedy~.
te isher in "The
[rivnuitiVe \Voman." Also 'Weekly
S n-n- - -to-ISC Ferguson in
"T 'IheSong -of Songt s." :Also Miack:
- Sennltt coidy"~A WiresSafe."
'P \e ,-1e-W. S. Hart in "the
= Bandit and the Preacher." Also
f OrpheumTheater
Afternoon-2:3o and 4:00
- Evening-7:oo, 8oo and io:oo
Phone-750o-J
BOOKINGS FOR JUNE
d~ Wted- ---V ivian M1artin in "The Trou-'
blc Bwster." Also "Eagle Eye," No.
' 13. (Ret.)
ThCrsri-,,-7-Roy Stewart in "Pay-
igllis Debt." Also Keystone Con-
l e Pl A ~ayright Wrong."
Sait-8 -rederick Warde in "Heart of
. l~zi a ('ecr." Also Weekly and Com-
Snt'Mon- 9-:o-William Desmond in
"An Honest Man," Also Serial,
"Vengeance and the Womian," No. 2.
Ti' r-Mary Pickford in "The
Slittle Princess.' Also "Eagle Eye,"
S1.4, ((Ret.)
W-1d-- i -tlsie Ferguson in "T herise
(Jenning Cushing." ;Also "E~agle
+ I,, yc," N4o. 14. (Re't,)
liflllg §B1 1 Ol iii IIIIIUlliii1111111

Sum mer

Weight

Clothing

-ve plan

Open for Summer}

,

REQUIREMENTS
AIN UNCHANGED

.y ear -500 wil not
ents for ntrance and
t year, in spite of the

WY MIHIVAN LEVNT L ''AMN
Dr. C. W. Meade, who ha. mad.. his
home in this city for the past year
'I Ii hi. sister, Miss Pearl Mead'. o'
1032 Broadway, Was struck and kill-
ed tondaay by ie bchigan Crytra
58 fast freight. His body eaa terrn-
tvmtilated
r. Meade was deaf, and this prob-
Saccounts for t1ie accident. When
he was crossing the tracks,
-the city library.

We are carrying a large line of Palm Beach Suits
this year and have put a special price of twelve dol-
lars on them, so come in if you need one or two and

we will fix you up.

LUTZ CLOTHING STORE

your old Lav Medical o
t for useful PrSctitinnr
. plete line See Biddle-

217 S. Main Street

M I I m

styles in pe
>7* Foster

rsonal

lou( Freni Aecevpt Arnerli Offer
Wahington, Jane 4 -- The univer-
siter of France have accented the
rm- offer of 100 scholarships for French
women made by American u.niversi-
es and colleges, according to an an-
aebler ,{ouncernt today by tha emergency
.council of educatio

, : 1
f. r

th

fflmmm

Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground in our own shop,
same day. Try our Service. Eyes Examined.
H-ALLERW . IFULLER State Street Jew

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