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November 16, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-16

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IUNIVERSITY NOTICES
Office of the University Auditor in
S the main corridor of U. Hall will be
open till further notice, Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Fridays from 12:15 to
12:45.
Dr. Edmunds o.the medical depart-
ment lectures in the medic amphithea-
ter tonight at 7:30 on "Eblich's Rem-
edy, 606."
Soph engineering class meeting Fri-
day at 4, room 311.
- All '12 lit football men meet at Ran-'
fdall and Packs for picture Friday at
12: 15. If it is impossible for you to
come call the manager at once. Call
X1067-L.'

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CLJASSIFIED ADS.
Advertising matter for this
classified column must always
bo paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office op-
posite the Majestic between the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. in.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time "1p to x:30 p. M.
These Ads bring Results.

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Family BIJOU
THEATRE
Down Town Home of
Superior Vaudeville
and
Photo Plays

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And

tie of

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hocolate

Creams

1 parts of the city

Store
Pkhous.270

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There were fourteen "W's" awardedi
to women in the competitive sports at
the University of Washington this fall.
All the latest popular song bits at
Grinnell Bros. Music House at Ten
cents per copy. A complete stock of
the latest Opera hits at popular prices
also. Everything in college songs and
ollections. 18 -tf
DON'T GET THE IDEA THAT IT'S
O0 LATE TO SUBSCRIBE. THE
-IIG ISISUES ARE YE~T TO COME.
Kollouf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old post office build-
ing, Main and Ann Street. 28tf
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE FOLKS AT
HOME AND WRITE FEWER LET.
TIER.
M7ichigani and Pennsy Banners, Pen-
nants, Arm Bands, etc., at Wahr's Uni-
versity Bookstore.
34-5-6-7-8-9
.JTAUh A WANT A) FOR THAT
LOST OR FOVWP AIRTICIr AT THE.
D AJlJY OIFOR AT QUARRY'S.

'WANTED.
WANTED: NEWSBOYS TO0 SEIL,
THE MICHIGAN DAILY. SOUV'ENIR
SPORTING EXTRA. CAILL AT DAILY'
OFFICE BETWEEN I AND 2 ANYI
DAY THIS AWEEK. tANNARBOR
PRESS BUILDING.
Wanted-Ten students for Jewish
board. 806 S. University Ave.
36-27-38, i
Wfated-A sorority club of girls to;
board. Rates will be made to 25
girls. Address X, Michigan Daily. 38
LOST.
Lost-Set drawing instruments in
room 437 'New Engineering building.
Finder return to Instructor M'enef cc.E
Reward. 36-37-38
Lost-Small brindle bull terrier about
three months old. Finder call Bell
131 or return to 607 S. State St. Re-
ward. 37-38-39
Lost-Gamma Phi Beta pin, Erna
George engraved on back. Finder
please return to 417 East Univer.sity.
Reward. 37-38-39.
LootConklin fountain pen in., Dean
F Lits' anti-room. Finder return to
-'6 Church St. and receive reward.
38I
Found-A log slide rule. Inquire at
1126 W'ashtenaw. 38
RUBBERS-Buy your rubbers at
f'PU4FiEI4DS" then you will be sure
of having them properly fitted. We
carry the GOODYE1AR GL4OVE brand
exclusively. 119 S. Main St, 38-39-40
Buy your Saturd y Evening Post of
Chas. A. Stevens and help him win a
pony and cart. His chance i , good, re-
member him. He Is a future Michigan
man. You will find hime under the
arch. See cardls, 4 38

Starting TONIGHT
Black and Tan Comedians
Dean & Stevens
In a bit of smart foolery
DAINTY
O L IVE
HARRIS
and Others
MATINEES
Wednesday and Saturday

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Il~c--Never Higher--iOct11levrtC

Pic

old & Co.'5s

For the

vledge no
instance.

Come Into the Store tod
of the swellest line of colic
eyes on.
The real leaders amoi
young fellows of this town

Co mpanyI

'on

Log
Wahixr

Wlide Rutles 0nlY $1.00 at
University Bookstore.j

WADHAMS & co,

When
Air' Others Fail Buy
HART, SCHAFFNER
& MARX
WOOL CLOTHES HERE

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T'~rhe Clothier,
217 So. Main

The Markham Pottery has placed at
the Foster Art Store a fine collection
of their pottery which will lbe on sale
for a few days at reduced prices.
-36-38-40.
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 432-J.
1.8 eod tf
Shoes repalreki while you wait.- An-
fres, 222 So. State St. 34 eod tf
LIGHT WEIGHT RUBBER BOOTS are
the proper thing for this sloppy weath-
er. We carry a large stock of the best
men or women-"URFIEbDS," 119 S.
fMainSt
38-39-40

Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266.
Have you seen those nobby
blues at Milward's? Tailor,
State St.
Rosenberg dryclean cuits.

12tf

Overcoats9 H
Redmhan Collars Holeproof Hosiery
Barker Collars Interwoven Hosiery
Wadhams

Oxford
330 S.!
19 th

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ISuits and Overcoas $15.04 up

Martin guitars and mandolins, best
on earth, on sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House, 29tf

$4,00

BoarldI

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Dine with your visiting, friends Satur-
day at Mack's Tea Room.~ Turkey Ta-
ble D'Hote Dinner at all hours.
38-39-40

Sweaters cut ever at. the
Royal, 209 E. Liberty.
Rosenberg presses suits-25

PalaisI
1-tf
cents.
l2tf

.Y

YONER
II. Wct t Huron St.

Rosenberg calls and delivers.

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for

Your
1;,Cater Tor

Clubs and

j iafkluaws-Large assortment of all
wool samples for sale by Irving and
Plumb. Prices $5 to $8. Phione 1314,
803 S. State. 36 to 41
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. I2tf

'Printing, Engraving, Embossing,
Fine Stationery, Two-fold Announce
ments or Card with Envelopes to mnateb,
Kenu and Dance Programs. See our
new and up-to-date display romi. Don't
get confused in ft(. dame ted Place-Chas,
F. Meyers, 215 S. Main St., 2nd Floor.
Phone 281-L. Ann Arbor, Michigan

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HENRY

Fiats

Designers of Men's

Clothes,. will
in

If you want STATIONERY, FOUNTAI N
PENS, ENGINEERI'S SUI PLIES, Etc., go
to headquarters for Student's Supplies
;e j The Student Suppy Store:
GILBERT & MORSE CANDIES

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English

Why Not Buy Where You Can Get the Best Goods
At Lowest Prices
Goodyear's Drug Store
Any Doctor In Ann Arbor can. tell You About Us

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Both Phones I11

We are never Undersold'

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THlE VAR~SITY
TOUGERY
SHOP
1107 S. University
Avenue
Has just received a line of Silk
and silk Lise Half Hose. ket us
show' you our Fall line of lined
and unlined Dress Gloves.

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tailor is
rued out
anship the best. If
ss, Tuxedo or Frock
fabrics are shown.
At Liberty Street

For nice hot chocolates and daily home made candies
go to the

R9

Sugar

Bowl

Service wilt please you and every thinig is clean
Specialties on SaturdayI

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Allen's Good C1

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