THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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LAMPS O STUDENTS.
We tall attention ts our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "1The New Rochester," 10 The
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University Booksellers, Co. will repeat for the Saturday On April 13, 14 and 15, the Ann
AGENT . smatinee, that beautiful domsestic Arbor Railroad will sell round trip
AGE TSdrama.,''A Wife's Houor," swhich tickets limilted to return April 25 to
3'20 Somrth State Street. was seens at the Opera House in students preseniting proper certificate
Tuesday evening, this play is full of from Mr. Wade's office. 'These
ST D rN' interest, the sentiment being beasti- tickets still be sold to St. Louis, Mo.,
STU DE N S fully distributed throughout, it also Quincy, Ill., Keokuk, Iowa, Peoria,
PATRONIZE STUDENTS contains a certain amount of quaint Ill., Cairo, Ill., Louisville, Ky., Cin-
0 comedy that never fails -to please. ciinati, 0., Pittsburg, Pa., Buffalo,
If You Do Not, Why Not? TPoniglht "The Dawn of Freedom." N. Y. and interiuediate poimts. Also
Weec giveythye 1h ighest class sf work at S. C. AFeeting. to points oii the D. S. S. & A. B. R.
ihe regular prices. Eiltser fiis.inteUprPisua
New 'Phase, 441, 202 0. Stats St. Au especially attractive devotional inEheI S .erPe ilusula. gt
Student's Laundry Alssociation, smeeting at the Students'CliristiamnP 5 ILOEAt
fir. Voht, '99 Lit. Wm. R. Faa, '00 Law. Association, has been arranged for TIhe Business Men's Class will mceet
Easter miorning. Dr. E. M. Musher at the Congregational Church, as
A TRIAL ORDER. will speak 0on "Christ in Life, ini usual iiriiediately after themon
Death, and in Resurrection." All in,'s service. A special programs
thsat (is all I ask for students are especially invited. has beens arranged, which will be
ily Laumsy Ag-eacy. annmounced from the pulpit. Every-
P.C ,Lecture on Gas. omit cordially invited.
P. C. EYER, Mr. H. Douglas of the Ann Arbor
Tem. No. 079. 607 E. Willisa 5t. Gas Co., and a graduate of the Engi- Minstrel Men.
neering Departmsent will give a A rehearsal of all minstrel memn iu-
B O YS ! STOP ! lecture at 3 o'clock Saturday night cluding cliorns on Saturday in roomt
AT THE in the Engineer~ig Building. H is24a4:0pi.
111 ~P~tflRT NI subject will be "rGas as a means of 24a _:0p n
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Foot SALE-A 550 violin, in ex-. 3
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