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May 20, 1911 - Image 4

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THE MIC'RIGAN DAI LY

stin Buds

fbe freshn~ess and harmony of our
a XX BRIN FASHIONS. Our models are
Ii fd, yet Superb in style rightness.
1fityon with mnesring precision at a
its your purse
A ast Liberty
X ~ ) SEE THlE
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UNIVERSITY NOTICESj
Glee club meet at the bandstnd ,fot
concert Iat 7:15 tonigh-Carpl a
Land steel at Mehi illan 1a11aa 1 p. III.
7:1.5 sharip far itetrschlast~ic coniert
'fie following pieces Iwili bi useil : late hryWlzsMraAai
tors, Chickey IBigaideI :11115 Girli 'rn-i
bee Diandye,Myriald dancer
Annuttal election111of mus1 ica htbs' f
lecers twill be held Satrday May27 i
Untiversity tall. See 1notic htr
Ritle elib uten take 8:43 car. (ale)
al mteetintg 011the range tiiis anri".
Gun s wlii ti' eglees uas Mc0la tn 11,111
at g a. t.
lport at .Palmer feld a .m ohl
eleant up.
All1 engineers 0o11 to tie Ihomeop-'12
engineer basebtalg'same, Souhsit Uret
field, 9:311.
AttttArbor residents Ihavinig romto
rent daring the stammer 51sesiacrc
qulestedl to list tei nowswetheli ni-t
versity Y. M. C. A.
'11111 lt;sN'CS INI'))))N5 "'liii'))
Sawv'e ~r of IHillsdale', c))Iipismoilt)
gentls, were inllnnIAI)oXii )) I 'ii) t
Secretary Smth of illseluniversit in re-
glard to)the Ibudget. It i1111robbly
be ill shapeIio prelsentl to the)heardill its
lext mleeting, May2.
55 5IDtA'r CtIlUBIIO l1AN~l'l:'I.
The gradutate 'Isib villib1nquet.o 1
Ba)rboullr gymnsasiumstat (130oltonight.

New, Whitney Theatre
Cxixrtaitr. 8.15 P. M. Lag.s omravari ot sated p.rmptly.
Saturday, Matinee .. May 27
DIRECT FROM THE CHICAGO OPERA HOUSE..-.IT'S THIRD ENGAGEMENT IN
^at t Cpig S.CHICAGO THIS ESEASON
L~p ]IOS REURNCcS DELIGHTFUL MUSICAL
GLROS EUN O.M ATS PLAY
THE GIRL LEILA MWINTYRE
UF OWN yand
O F M YS eventy Others
By NESBIT, HAUERBACH, and HOSCHNA The Original Cast and
--- Production
Hear " Doctor Tinkle Tinker"
and the other Big Saucy Hits
P "TS'Matinee: 535 cto $"1.00 MAYT 25, AT 9:011 A. M.
Htel Cum-berland
S.W. COF. Broadway, at 54th St., NEW YORK(
Ne50lthSt. Subwy and 531dIit. levated
KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special FPerms for College Teams
Ii ~Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
I and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Tansient Rates, $2.50, with Bath. and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.
UNDL7ER THE MAI.NAGEMENT OF
Harry P. Stiasaon, formerly wit11111 1l stperiel.
Pt. J. Bingzheenm. formlerly wiht Hotel WXoodlwardt

GoI of Dancing
Js'~lven by Appointment
9111 46-ft-lice floursl10to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 pm

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Sale on Pipes and
all Smoking Articles
Lunches, Ice Cream n 'as
and all Summer Beverags

aring, Face Massnage. Rate-I
Water Sh~ampoos a Specalty. All3
I toosand towelssteriized before using
IR. J. R.TROJANOWSKI
I10SOll 1'nive'sity Are.

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tc ~ s thIo off tacklers, the
i~l' i i~sstosee an opening and
I Xl' .stamina to run "the
i~.tO l 'h fr a touchdown" be-
I V ' )h 1 rains on
}9 WHEAT
g it all the elements which
I ItcUt-bonie. In the prepara-
I 1 I ~ i one of these "
:itI I0 ' of)t palatable,
11111 IIshe'at is Shred- ' ,. '
B Iisctuit re'ady- c
YIready to serve. ;"
j . ieG dJWheat Company " ,,
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The Best Paid Hr
Work in the World"
Profitable Vacation Work that Will Fit for a
Pleasant, Permanent, and Lucrative Profession.
BOTH MEN AND WOMEN WANTED
THE EQUITABLE Jall I ASSURANCE SOCtRTY' of the Unitedt Stales, tile
strongest insurance organization 1inttle world, inutres uteit and womni witiout tdiscrim-l
ination onl account of sex.
Enterprising and amtbitioss Nottg tnen and womieni, withioutt refereitce to the
hunk-account of their parents, are irc etelgly esiger to mtake lte lontg sitmin~er %I 'dtionl
count for pecutniary incomte rathtertha1n11for mers pleasure. Such yotuntgwtentatnd womtent
are sure to succeed as lise insttratteceutoicitors.
Learn a professiontihlat you c'ti p t 'tics atlong a; yotu live, witaraser yott itay
he: at honme, in college, at a sunmtter resotI, ott a summtter tripa-CGltt/l/C' ?.Tetre is no
dead-line of age ini this husiress; antI sottcaut get (1-ick and stire retut si#r youtt efforts
1 can use a large number of men and women AT ONCE. Write
to m e full information concerning contracts and compensation.
LAWRENCE CAMERON HULL
Agency Manager for the Equitable Lie Assurance Society
UNION TRUST BLDG., DETROIT, MICHI.

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THlE BEST OF EVERY
1Til[NU IN TAILORING

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