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May 12, 1908 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

WANTIED 50u STUDENTS
TO SEiLL
A good Stock either as
a side line or bettp- to
devote your fd0 -

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1rticulars call at
ox3. Liberty ,St.

AMUSEMENTS
New Whitney Theatre
SELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200
Wednesd , May 13
THE GVAIIANTUED ATTWACTION
CHARI 1 iS I 1 551 55 ~jII Al li R I

I

ELSIE JANIS

I

CALENDAR.
May 10--4 p. nit., M4c\lila hall, "A
CriticalitSituaton.a joint (discsinIy
iiile atand\Wang the Chinamnt
Slay .-"FrechcltArchitecoure" ilts-
trated lecture by Prof. Emil Lrch, an-
pices Cercle Draiatique rancais, Sarah
Caswrell Angell hall, 8 p. tm.
Saty 13-Suph lit baiqtet at Whlit
moeTake. Spcial troit leae 5
lay 23-Oltega Phli opett meeting. -
\lni 21)-"lBindscof itrd Nest," le-
inre ty N. A. WoodlMsteminlecture
1 oli 7 . im. \tdiissioiifre.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
S1 l c-esialti-shiis-.report1oneio nur
beor concer11ts W. CI olland.
All -npl wisihinig to wiiglinIfi ortg-
c-nil eamtiilllease ipurtt at OWater
MIMI giibtwn-ti-c-ii o aiiil3:t3t We- L
St i--.Ruhthicr andi ssi>rcair-,
I i liitrit, I iiill htiic hatu-rge fthi- Y
W. A m iing tday t 5 ocluck.
lligc gils rcriiailly iutedtoii i
Edcatonal clubi meet- tonightlit 17
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ill liito it-I -i liii iitLedipby
11111rs Smith1 111111and 1 tii iieaiitlc.
Slinti-oli111c students'lubtcwigive. i
its am-l ceptction and 10 liliel iteir
tikt ill heiltold t lid orebt-ma he
prhtdfrn t ICfth cmite
"nntCucil coitteetihiii to
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tiapeetclb ecortefudworlpatlsoere
NOTICE.
Atteittidsofaclaeio rgaitialion at-
tnrteol teastirriicaglit 3called to their
usftnor rereseitlin thweek.I). D.li
Rigilens. Tee loil etIlea
ot.adiut.ctre he.o Mclait eoan
Rovoti ale,:Attit iirr bookeit d.offic
CbLlS-1 Bttsiiie Maae wtf
srendlex-caieamir ahndefratei-.
ties catouvebitsineysbyestii heir
hairball dtipret t Ctisong's. t.
papre, dcoatedforatirivtetucWerefo

your b iowliing halt, shoes, atid
f l sweater.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING. LUJNCIES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
.:12 S. State 311 Maynard
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
0. A. MOE.

ON TWO PIECE
"SPRING S IN, G
FOO-.711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
OPEN EVENINGS
I E Ufi/ I
i'-rt eve-ny itiro-tireiiiciit
asi -itplairsliiofm ,
poe' ttta- 1nO tip j - -c oy us edeah.p
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belvseani- osrdelt reitihfIiitt. s
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OVsceNlekju strentg h -givre gtorect ess i'a t, Ior cvort1-o
bor raast ormn hotnisoetbe ti cill id'tereamo
indthea odash of hsal et m oey.cItcic o etiAL t heito
withyfruitsg le ent i te w ol -ie th ae iesitfo
blcr eadokng shedingi and bscaiIiik IIS
$ystE DEorWHUATI I SCUIdhh T
pregeabywlliks.it better than-any orcereal tfootut

IN Titi" L ASI VSti. FAyshC- lc .S I 0 t.cti ii T H itiM11, i'
THE YDE
75 Clever People- -pecil erigagemerit of
JOSEPH CAW"THOKN
Sane company and poionth a i mi Iad I N emSYork happy for it weeks
Prices: 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Thursday, May 14
HENRY B. HARRIS PRESENTS
THOS. . RftOSS
The Traveling -Salesman
A New Laugh Epidelitile By JAMES FORBES Author of
THE CHORU~S LADY''
THE LONGEfST1 LAUC]'H OF THE SEASON
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $100, $1.50
AN9LN ARBOIR GARAGE
MAYNARD STREET
AUTOMOBILES, MOTOR BOATS, ENGINES, STORAGE, REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES
A SALES AGENTS FOR
RtOYAL T 7OURIST
THOMAS DETROIT
CA RTER CAR
TOURIIST, THOMAS 2ktjd MAXWELL 3:a stock.

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New Films
Tuo.. Th~a - . ani Sat.

m 5NMAIN STRUET

Pianist, MISS MAUDE STANTON
ILLU STRAlTE)SONGI SOLOIST
MISS OLIVE STANTON

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