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May 31, 1911 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1911-05-31

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r MICHIGAN fDAILY

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$4 00 ad $5.00

IDEAL
OXFORD'.
Made to our specifications
over this popular last and equal
in style and detail to our $6.00
and $7.00 shoes.
State Street
Sign of the big white shoe

INDIN BLNKE&TS AND CURIOS
i~t a~dC ~f~sShop
SIts e t i f rs fseskaterntbos Ct'. William nd niMaynard
Nc rwqhr"Nyife
r i i citi i , i r a nd s f rsif d tc a l
t/ cctints shirts th at are tmade with yonr comfort
ton 'isesoni and the weather, all you need
is stito it t to entjoy it, bttbIefore buying that
Siiitiiiilitreo tiws and lPaaai-a, Knox and
'I s vi.'haixe a few if those 29C silk hose left
ill N ' i l ait i in Greiys.
:xcllr it/u lae"s Lonc sO',' ( fCo~ht/sq
cuicCalin &Fi*cgcl
'10-202 S. Main St.
NGARE~TT
YJ~LOG
Thereare lets of sii.t - ;?

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Re kiiqr meetiig aiiiteletionof t i
itcers'~ Omega Ptii Saturday, Jiiii3.
WViscosi towsntwthigths Ad
vancedt i inevelipmint i 'ii t \~tcrio ci
tic tins bieifar nmori tfflitki the pst
scar thiaitevrrbecone.
Y. At C. A. IS itOit ,
TO Sit ,K ' l V \ 1tt Ittt
(Continued front pagecZ)t
cost of $2,oo att ill hitts d at it ( 1
crat dormitory furtsweitt-for met.i I
a ctosedi cutbortiraiitioniiIII lit
Mtiiant halt facititic' wittltii I iiniste
for the sociat needs attd gciicrat usc of
tte Presbytcrian tudeinitiitt 'iandtheir
fruints. 'Thte itttiigeiitcii Ifi itii taits
itl tie ini thesaitds if lDr. J.Iftostic
trench, testdcntt tattor.
MORTAt'tl(ARtt) TO I NN IfATI1t
Nt(,OPI tYTES Nt/Nt '1tt1. t t1
Motrarbtoardt,thc sriiior getls' sciiih oi
tiemlteirary uictartmect, witt teitetini
Xiss Fast's Tea toomiisoi Satiuritav,
Jtite 3. tefent Iiatter wi itt itas ost
titircsaitittiemfolltoing-'por' iam y61
t/tttct Vollatnd, "c" ;SatrahiSttttei
tian, "Coitlege isosad) aiiu"
"Michtigati's tFirst Hallttof Rsi siitt it
Befttrc commetnricemittimeutshitiiiii
pins Sag pairestiltlabrand ewpii
htp Ito feet in lnigtht tiii icsintg ss cu
httnitretd dosllars. Secretary Siiiith ii is
ii Detroit last wriktoittmakeiarrnt-e
iii iis for the pttrchtase ofi tihnewtp
icr's resitientce Mondtay tight atid elect-
edi Priifessior i uitisteic titittgir for
scar atntiSylvtatiS. 5trticiir sccir~
aitt treasturer. The couirsesofIi t tic
extettsiv'e lotteis itittttied. S1i citit folt
tiew ss itters stiltlihe'hetdtiniiiJunti.

New Whitney Theatre
Curtails-, 8.15 P. M. Latin cn~ose' ,ontseaed p.-era'.ptiy.
Tues. and Wed., May 30 and 31
"P-1ifa foevhre'"
Conmie Opera by Gildert L. Sttlliv'an.
Givcet by the Vested Chtoirs of Si. Antirews' lipis cpat anid
First Cotigregationtal Churchtes of Attn Arbomtr for the benefit of
thteir annutat chttir outinhg.
Chtotrts of 50 Welt TraitetdCildrnt Voices --ite Costunmes,
tFiine Sitiging, Finte Danintg, Good Orchtestra.
"Pinafore" Specialties
Sailors' Hosrnipte-Sailor'slDrill--DtchSkilit frott
'Theueiniteers.
PRICES: Parquet, $ 1.00 and 75. Gallery -25c
Balcony $1.00, 75c and 50c
Curtainittise" at ': 15P. M.-Sale Opetis I; at dnat iiA. M^
BAILEY & EDMUNDS Ladieo' HairDrecssing, ShtampooingI
ter* ERS tarla tcurt'tg, 'ace itassage. Raitt-
Cxis ihn it I ntt t t5t tc~i Water Shampoo's a Speecialty. Altl
itts tsiii..Tsit~tntic t adAin iitttttt ist ntetotejttedbent'eaain
5 itis5~tstit tp MRS.J. R.TROJANOWSKS l

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ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP AT Z UT TLE & CO.
GlEO. V. STOIL. Proprietor L N H R O
DETROIT UNITEDLIE
F o r Sale Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
The V. of M, and urn Detroit Limited--":1ts. it t10:13t1oi)., 1,
Laca4ta. :4'in,3 4 .tott5' 46ii ,mIll,
Local CarsEst Bounad -cmlrii .i tt, 4.)a.
lit i,ttandptft tviir twotttttot10:4

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300

300

-days-but ttme and ''1x ccci
.tatter them. For instance-tf
atima Cigarettes were f: in a~n
oxpennive box they couldn t pun-
6it taste better or be better-
is not the fine feathers that make o
al'e fine birds. But there's no n
myth about the quality and de.
rightful flavor of the cigarette that
so many college men smoke.
TWhere are 20 Fatimas for 15
cents in the well known inexpen-
sive package-which gives you
'0 additional.
'THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.

Wanted Three Hundred Teachers
We need three hundred teachers to tilt the vacancies now on our books. Girade and high
school teachers, principals. superintendants and college instructors wanted. Positions pay
$700 to $2,500 per year. If you have been wiell trained the great- southwest needs you and
will pay you twenty'five per cent nmore for your service than you can get if you remain inl
the older states. And it offers tsivice the opportunities for advancement. It wants the best
We have positions for 100 inexperieniced teachers to take assistant principalships and
high school positions at salaries of $8to t $95 per month.
We need seventy-five executives to take charge of ward and high schoils at salaries of
$900 to $2,500. Average position pays from $1,100 to $1,400 per year.-
We could place a dozen well quaiified men in touch with college positions paying $1,200
to $1,600 the first year. In smali but rapidly growing colleges.
If you can't find the right position register with us. We may have twice as many nails
as we have candidates
DON'T BE SATISFIED WITH A SMALLER SALARY THAN
YOU DESERVE
Comne down into the southwest where you are needed and employers are wiiling to pay
for good service. TI-l TEACHER'S PERSONAL SERVICE BUREAU gives each candidate
individual attention. We have NO CIAILINti LIST. We recommend but one canditate for
each position, but WE RECOMMEND THT; CAN[)ITATE, FOR MORE '[HAN ONE POSITION.
We find the right man for the place, theni place the man in that position. Let us tell you
about our methods, and let us knowv your wants. Write today for the best positions are
open now _Address
Teacher's Personl'a Service Bureat
Tuds..., Okiis..hosxi..

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