4 THE UTNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
The. New Werner Edition
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STiU IJE I 10 S author, reader, anid lecturer thaet has clearly the osigin aiii develiipint
PATRONIZE STUDENTS ever visited Aimeriea. Thi press iii modern liter ary teiiiencies, endiiig
with a miastieily apireciationl of the
If YOU Do Not, WhT~y Not? unlited in a voluise of praise such as "wvinderful striplitig."
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Student's Laundry Association,. lectures on Preachiiig in tlie Lymaii happened ti Parker,"will he giveni
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Ann Arbiir, secured his phiitiigr'aphibeniefit of tie liew church. Th'le
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THERESOWN5ED MANOLIlN VIRTUOSO Oi1 his last visit, "Maelaren" did more cheerful.
MR. WV EUGENE PAGE, iiit go wnest very far. This tinie lie -_______
'is goiiig as far as San Francisco. Fewe The eiiimedy club date has been
Will give lessons on the miandolin. and toiwni as siiall as Aiii Arbor siill changed from April 1, to Wednesday,
guitar at the University Scliool of hear hiiiiasoi it is a rare good for. April 5.
Music every Friday. For Terms and tiine that ice have this opirtuniity Instructor Dierhis just fnishied
hours apply to the Secretary. wiche will doubtless never caine a iiewv work on Federal Jurisprudenice.
again. As a conspicuiiuis Euripean
N character noi betier cilid be tliioghit Jiii classes at Graniger's School
IiDALI.., of thian Rev. John Watson, ID. ID., of Daiiciiig. $J frosthowt until
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