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December 01, 1911 - Image 3

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n page 0.
ters and Y. MA. C.
Li to please note

organization among faculty
not "planning the miancing
g of a private gymnasium
ise." Of course, we reserve
do so at any time if we see
fact is that we thoroughly
importance of our cooper-
.he greater Michigan Union
far from doing anything
conflict with the Union, we
all that is in our power to
atter. W~e endeavored at
accomodations in the pres-
building. Thiis was abso-
sible. W~e then decided to
best thing and we are, now
range for quarters in this
building, even though this
neans that wve shall live in
4uarters until the new Un-
is finished. The fact that
who is prominent in the
iour committee of organ-
id alone suffice to indicate

"Then as to the defense that sever-
al local churches have not been inter-
fered with by the Y. M. C. A.'s work
as shown by the increased attendancej
during the last few years. I know
this is in no way due to the Y. M. C. A.
but to the strength and personal efforts
of the ministers who have occupied the,
pulpits of the Congregational church,
which was one of the churches men-
tioned .particularly. I refer to Rev-
erend C. S. Patton, who was here until
a year ago.
"But this is too short a space for
ne to treat the matter as it should be
treated. You can expect a more de-
tailed account later."

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be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office op.
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or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
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L6 1 'h
British
b)uit9

FOR SAlLE

naintain the closest
ith the Union.
urs very truly,
C. L. de MURALT.
e above communica-
aculty member when
night, said, "There
i the replies offered
e probable stand of
in regard to these
instance, the 'incon-
'alust a certain por-
y. The faculty 'club
cannot be compared
other project. The
11l be, a purely uni-
on; the Y. AL C. A.
Wholly alien in ori-I
lIs to the University
forms no past of it.
rted presumption to
buon the same level
A.
'CALENDAR
b m~eeting at 4, Tap-
" at Barbour Gym 2.

1LL

For Sale-Duebills on a leading Now
York Hotel. See the Business Man-
ager between 1 and 2 p. m. eod tf
WANTED.
Wanted-Second growth Hickory butts
suitable for Automobile spokes. For
further information call on or write
W. C. Morrey, Mgr., Timber Depart-
iient, Hayes Wheel Co., Jackson,
Michigan. 49 to 72
LOST
Lost--A Waterman self-filling foun-
tain pen without cap, on campus or
1. University. Reward. Phone 1500
J. 49-50-51
FOR RENTU.
Rent-Two suites all modern conven-
iences. Rent reasonable. Call 822
Arch St. or Phone 1791. 50-51-52
FOR SAILE.
F~or Sale-Good dress suit at reasona-
ble price. 42,1 E. Univ. Ave. Bell
Phone 993-L.
50-51

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You'll need a T2
the best now an
college
FUELBERI
310 S. State St.

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Rosenberg presses suits-25
Rosenberg calls and delivers.

cents.
12 tf

Party at New berry

12tf

addresses Men's
H all at 6 :310 on

1

-"School of Scandal" reading
hakespeare class at Sarah Cas-
Angell Hall at 8 o'clock.
Piano Recital by Harrison A.
is, School of Music, 8 o'clock.
-Soph Lit class dinner at Un-

Martin guitars and mandolins, best
on earth, on sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House, 29tf
Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266. l2tf
Sweaters cut over at the Palalu
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
HAVE YOU BROUGHT IN THAT
$2.00 FOR THE DRILY FOR THE BAIL
A1NCE OF THE YEAR?

lass dinner at Uin-

c. 7.-Faculty Concert at High
;drool Auditorium at 8 o'clock.
c. 7, S.-Y. WV. C. A. Bazaar at 'Newv-
cerry Hall.
c. .-Senior Law Class Dinner at
lnion.
c. 8.-Bernice de Pasquali, Choral
inion Series, University Hall at 8{
'clock.
. .-Kentucky Club Smoker at Un-E
c. 8.--Dr. Cross addresses ',omen
. 13-16.--"The Awvakened Ramneses,"

Rosenberg dryclean suits.
Have you seen those hobby
blues at Milward's? TW~ew
State St.

12tf

Ox for~d
Wou S.
19 tf

YOU ARE NOT REALLY IN THE
UNIVERSITY UNLESS YOU ARE
REAtDING THE DAILY EVERY
MORNING. GET IT THE BALANCE
01F THE YEAR FOR $2.00.
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. 12t_

L T 'ERK FREEZEI
Schumacher"s Hardware will furnish you with a pair of
States, and you caii skate. ,ot Peck & Snyder Skates
50851031260" ftMaimt

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W. AC,

Bath Robes and Dressing
Gowns Imported Patterns
$4.00 to $12.00

V. moove

'Yo~ur Inspectiln.Invited
IIKER &, COMPA

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______ _____ Furn

TIN
fishers and i

LNY
and William Sts.,

latters

Cor. S. State St. a

Full Two Ounce Tins

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