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November 22, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-22

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t a special
gan Union
day, Nov-
nasium for
Iments to
s of Asso-
id for the
following
fsaid cor-

Lost-A chased silver belt pin at foot-
ball game Saturday, or between Fer-
ry field and Trigon House. Please
return to C. Warrick, 617 Washtenaw
avenue. 41-42-43
Lost-On Saturday a bar pin set with
rubles and diamonds. Finder call
Mrs. Klingmann, 341 E. Liberty. Lib-
eral reward. 42-43-44

fo.

y of Mich-
of the sev- Lost-A brindle bull dog wearing a
er oersth white collar, left fore leg is white
the annual and has white stripe in face and
ible to mem- white tip on his tail. Phone 16. 43
ding section
payment of Lost-A fountain pen between Eco-
membership nomics Building and Tappan hall at
ion may be
fifty dollars 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Please
nanner: ten 'call 1235-L, W. I. McKenzie, 645 S.
me of apoli-
ollars ($40) Ingalls. Reward. 43
lments, said
tble date Lost-At the game Saturday lady's
s for mem- gold watch, hunting case, Elgin
ul membaer movement. Dropped somewhere be-
nt, provided, tween William St. and Ferry field
shall fail to
four annual on State, or inside the field. Finder
edate such les oi
nd payable please notify D. S. V. 410 Thompson
come a life St. or Phone Bell 1408-J. Liberal
rnent of that
any install- reward. 43
e been paidI
sidered and Lost-A pearl necklace on or about
membership Hill or South State. Finder please
nay become
on the pay- call 508 Hill or 1066-J. Liberal re-
>), provided ward. 43
has secured
e Iloard of FOR SALE
t any meet-
embers pres For Rent-Suite for two, 603 East Mad-
anyl person FrBn-ut o to 0 atMd

I'Tshe
British
Suit"

hoc J

WANTED.

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,ad

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Wanted-Work of any kind by youn
man. 42-3-

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For Sale-Duebills on a leading
York Hotel. See the Business :
ager between 1 and 2 p. m. e

od tf

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A nip Sweaters cut over at the
e entitled Royal, 209 E. Liberty.
amended
shall be Rosenberg presses suits-25

Palais
1-tf
cents.
12tf

310 S.
.C--

.berg calls and delivers.

12tf

llouf cuts and makes clothes for
:ollege men. Old post office build-
Main and Ann Street. 28tf

Have you seen those nobby
ues at Milward's? Tailor,
ate St.
Rosenberg dryclean suits.

O1 ford
33u S.
19 tf

12tf

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

osenberg's phone, Bell 266.
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters.

12tf

alumni of the University."
I, Article V is to be aiended
tthe words "a majority."
Article VIII is to be amended
lows:
nt of the members possessing
>ns for membership as specified
of Article III, shall constitute
4ny meeting of the Union, annual
to be amended to read as fol-
ts to this constitution, not in vio-
Articles of Association, may be
y meeting of the Union, annual
a two-thirds vote ofthe members
ided twventy per cent of those
ssing the qualifications for mem-
ed in Section I, of Article III,
such amendments having been
the notice of the meeting."
Arthur B. M1oehlman,
Recording Secretary.
40 to 48

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Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 34 eod tf
Have you called at Grinnell Bros.
for what you desire in the line of Mu-
ic? If not, why not? They can supply
anything in the Musical line at lowest
possible prices. W. J. Simbnson, Mgr.,
120 and 122 E. Liberty Street, Ann
Arbor. 42 tf
A few hundred only of the Michigan-
Pennsy Official Programs remain un-
sold. These will be offered to students
and townspeople at the State street
stores for ten cents a copy this week
only. Sale absolutely discontinued on
Saturday. 43

GRANGER' S
Classes for Ladies and Gen
Join now. Term beginswh
For particulars call at Acad
Phone 246
AUTO LIV
BELL PHONE 1101
Ann Arbor Ga

The Daily delivered any place in Ann
rbor for the rest of the year, only

tern

ILET 'ER.FR.EEZE

For a

for Here
f Music

SCHUMACHER will furnish'
you can skate.

you with a pair of Skates, and
Peck & Synder skates

A new package
and revival of
a good,' old-
fashioned candy.

Student

SILK NECKWEAR
Fownes Gloves Lucas and Kennedy Gloves

.ifti

TINKER & COMPANY
342 South State Street

Sold in an air-tight,
sealed tin, 25 cents.
E. E. CALKINS

III

E&rl V. Moore

Call and inspect our lines of Full Dress Accessories
Soft antl Plaited Bosom Shirts, Stiff and Soft Hats

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eMen

at Allen's Good C

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