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I UNIVERSITY NOTICE~S j
S. L. A. trustees meet the treasurer
at the graduate school office in U. gHal
today, 4 p. m.
All men who have beenwrt
wrt-ig lyrics or mjusic for the 1911 Opera
hand their work to Homer Heath at
Unioni today by 6 o'clock,,
All candidates for university band
meet at McMillan hall at 7 o'clock to-
J. Laws: Meeting of all candidates
for foot ball team in billiard room,
Michigan Union, Thursdayr evening at
A meeting of thie Gargoyle businiess
staff will be' held at the new of-
fice ini the Press Building, second floor
at 5 o'clock this afternoon. All can-
didates for the staff are requested to
be present. Crane.
Engineers' Supplies a specialty at
Wahr's University Book Store.
Some special bargains in Drawing
SI nstruments at Wahr's University
* CLASSIFIED ADS.
Wanted-A student who can do burnt
work to see Welsh at 213 N. Thayer
St. Bell 1346-L. 2
Wanted-Good Baritone or Bass solo-
ist for church work. Paid position.
Inquire 312 S. Division, Bell Phone
Lost-An Alpha Tau Omega fraternity
pin. Finder please return 1023 Oak-
land or notify 906 Bell. Reward.
Lost-Conklin self-filling fountain,
pen. Return to 215 N. Division and.
For Rent-Large pleasant suite of
roomus two blocks from campus. All
co~nveniences, $4.00. 607 East Liber-
ty Street. s,-
For R~ent-Delightful rooms and ar-
tistically furnished, one4 large single
room], can be used for two, and one
fr'ont suite. 827 Arch St., one door
below Oakland. ,2
For Rent-Large suite at 832 E. Uni-
versity Ave., Heat and light in b)oth
roms. Price $4.00. 2
For Rent-Two suites and4one single
room. 22Q S. Ingalls. 1-2-3
For Sale- One good second hand
rtypewriter cheap. Call 825-L or in-
quire at 317 E. Jefferson St. ltf,
WELL! WELL! WELL! HE3RE
ON TOE THRESHOLD OF' THE BEST YEAR MICHIGAN
We're going to break all previous records in ever'
with the cooperation of 5000 students, I propose to est
Also, I propose to make more and better pictures of
year than ever, and to do this I want you to reimembi
TURE+S OF' EVERYTHING THEAT HAPPENS from
to a fudge party.
To do this I wanit you. (all of you) to call, 458-L c
and just say the word, I'll do the rest.
And now let us not be misunderstood by the Amat
ers. Wecarry, by all means, the largest and most col
KODAKS, CAMEiRAS and Fresh Ph(
in Ann Arbor and we invite you to come ini and get ac
We also call ,your attention to our finishing dep
we guarantee to give you the very best possible re
modern methods-including tank development, fixi'
When we develop or print your films, they are develoi
thoroughly washed, and your prints are the best that
in 50 years from now they will be as clear and fresh a
because we do'the work thoroughly. We offer yo,
years experience right here in Ann Arbor.
Come in for Developing, Printing and Enl
11 1.2 x 15 1.2, Heavy Art Cloth Loose Leaf Cove
k Only 95c each
BNANERXS, P~EN NANTS5, PILLOW
tmay iuterest you and
twill pay you to visit
- ~ Dnt fail to'see out
20 NEW PS CARD
Same' as you bssy4t Ir 5c, we sell th
E1JYN DON - .IN719
of Dot -alt
sing our service
Y. M. C. A. HOLDS ANINUAL
OPENING REkCEPTION TONIGHT.
Oigto the cramped, quarters
in its own building the Y. M. C. A.
will hold its annual-opening, reception1
for university men from 8 to 10 in
Newberry hall. Music andl refresh-
ments will be provided and the Chin-.
ese students in the university have
promised to give some native stunts
for the entertainment of the comnpan.
B. E. Mitchell will also give, some
readings. President Hutchins, Dr.
Lane, and several others of th~e fac-
ulty are expected to be present, and
there will be short talks. Michigan
songs and yells are to be the order of
Typewriter for Sale Cheap-Smith
Premier, excellent condition, good
model. Will sacrifice for $18.00 if
taken at once. Call or address 914,~
E. Huron. 2
Dr. Bacon Heads Prep. School.
Dr. F'rancis M. Bacon who last year
resigned his position as in'structor in
the history ,departmenit, has taenup
his duties as head master ofabo'
scholin Norfolk, Va. Dr. Bacon was
.onnected with the university faculty
for four years and while here was
actively connected with many campus
Board- Limited number of students
board at home table. $4.00. 749
University. Phone 1207-1."
Salz pens are. going likie hot. cakes.
Every pen guaranteed and warranted
1t4kt., solid gold. $2.00. pens 90c, $3.00
pens at $1.50, $6.00 pens at $2.50. J.
L.Skinner's, 306 tate St.
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Who needs a fountain pen, see win-
dfow display at J. L. a'Skinner's, 306'
State St., Pens sold at one-half regji
BIAND VETERANS REO~RGANIZE
Twenty "vete4rans" of the 'varsity..
band turned out for the first band
meeting, in response to the call issued
yesterday morning., TheL members
adopted sever~al amendments to~ the
constitution of the association, the
m~ost important of wh~ich provides for
a~ membership committee. The duty.
of thie committee is to select the mem-
bers of the band from the candidates
w ho try out. The first tryout will be
a7 o'clock tonight in McMillan4 hall.
Watkins Leaves for. Oxford.
James K. Watkins, 'O9 probationary
officer of the Detroit courts,. and. win-
ner, of the Rhodes scholarship, sailed
for England last Saturday -to enter
Oriel College at Oxford. Catkins will
spend three years at the English in-
stitution. ,r4 A
Expected Back From Argentina.
Mrs. S. S. Hussey is expected back
from La .Plata, Argentina, where Prof.
Hussey has charge of the observatory,
the latter part of this week. It is
pr~obable that she will stop off in New
~York to attend a meeting of the Col-
legiate Alumnae, of which she is sec-
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Always the right style at the r
Rfaincoats, Spalding S%
Hats1 Caps andGCet Fu
Wadharns & -Ca
121-123 S. Main St.
Agents tor. B-B=B Pipes UB
We have a tjpe o~f clothing
designed and tailored exclu-
sively for young chaps who
dean dashing style and
swagger in their apparrel
without resorting to freak-2
$15 to $30
uits and Overcoa~s $18.00 u
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Here is' your chance to'bu a foun
tain pen at half -price. Salz manu-
facturer of fountain _pens, open sale
for one week. $2.00 pens 90 cents,
$3.00 pens at $1.50, $4.00 pens at $2.00.
$5.00 pens at $2.50. Written guarantee
with each pen. P Each pen fitted with
jl4kt., solid gold pen. J. L.L Skinner's,
306 State St. See window.
For a quiet afternoon or evening go,
'up the Huron. U. of M. BOAT LIV-
Sweaters cut over at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty., -
Laboratory Supplies and Shop Tools
at Wahr's. -*
We will try and please you all and give you
LARGE LINE OF CLSS-PIPES
Re, E. JOLLY
3083S. State Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
jROPODY corns, bunions, ingrowing
CHIMP nails, treated and cured.
Everything absolutely an-
tiseptic. Office hours. 1-5 p. m., 7-8 ppm.
MISS. E J. FOLEY
921 E. Nuron Street, End West 12th
If you want S1'ATIONEtI
PENS, ENGINEER'S SUPP
to headquarters'fo~r Stu+
The Student 4Sui
GILBERT &. MORS
~Buy your AL.ARM
206 South Main
urnish the Ice Cream for
Cater To Clubs and
boys have you visited the
eTea Room? Just the place
,ke your lady friend. It is
city, everything home made
rest room. No better place could
:30 p.m. 109 E. Wash. St. 2nd floor
All Cars Stop at
DRULG ST E
I The lagest and finest stock ie thie city to select from.I
~It paysyou to tomtie dwn to~ti to mzeyo'ur rcases.'
A4 new up to date gent's furnish.-
in es< tablishment carrying a
cassy line of Men's Caps, Neck-
wear, Hosiery," Raincoats, Etc.
IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOW
Call and" become acquainted at
1107 S. Unitversity
E. J. Lohr, Ma~nager
The pen witi+
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your measure-frome the season's newest
you have distinctive looking
erie, Varsity Td
clothes Quick. Service and Fresh
Home Made' Candies Daily
for ColtegveZ~en aianst.Alen's Good Clot.