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December 06, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-12-06

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AND DRAMA V
-ulty Concert.*
ncert by members of the*
School of Music will be
w night. This concert*
ticular importance, first
Samuel P. Lockwood,
;ad of the violin depart-
ear in three violin duets*
k~wood, and Albert and
ckwood will play Prof. _
in E major, for violin j

CLAISSIFIED IADS.
Advertising matter for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office op-
posite the Majestic between the
hours oil 12 noon and 10 p. in.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
Ulnivers.ity and State, at any
time up to 9 :30 p. mn.
These Ads bring Results.

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WANTED.
A'a nted-S~tudent barber to work dur-
ing spare hours. Liberal percent-
age. Apply 802 So. State St. 55
Iated-A club of ten or 'twelve Stu-
dents, to board. Rates will be given.
Address E. L., care Michigan Daily.
.55

icey Olcott has written
s music for the four songs
his new production, "Ma-
the result is that these
hue most successful this
dian has ever had. "Good
rald Land" is a song that
to everybody, no matter
while "The Girl I'll Call
rt Must Look Like You"
e daintiest and prettiest
.t has been published in,

G6 I Ih
IBritish
3uit

at the

from Rector's" which en-
a of over three hundred
ew York, -will bo seen at
'hitney Th~eater Thursday.

Wanted-Second growth Hickory butts
suitable for Automobile spokes. For
further information call on or write
W. C. Morrey, Mgr., Timber Depart-I
ment, Hayes Wheel Co., Jackson.
Michigan. 49 to 73
FORT SALE.
For Sale-Duebills on a leading New
York Hotel. See the Business Man-
ager between 1 and 2 p. m. eod tf
LOST
Lost-A string of Coral B~eads on State
or Washington streets. Please re-j
turn to 204 N. State. Reward.~ 55-56
Lost-Gold watch with Phi Beta Pi
fob attached, on Huron street be-j
tween Fifth avenue and State streetf
Reward. Call 1637-J Bella 54-551
We have a large stock of "Up-to-
Date" Sheet Music, Piano┬ž, and Musical
Instruments of all kinds. Look them '
over before purchasing elsewhere.
GRINNELL BROS. MUSIC HOUSE,
120-122 E. Liberty St.;
W. J. Simonson. 50 tf

ITalk about
the day's
events

the author of "The
alin Rouge," whose
Theater was isecond
'he Girl" at W eber's

ery record at
sing by many
figures reach-
s when theirs
music ball in

V

I-
Iork

BROUJGHT IN THAT
DAILY FOR THLE hAI
YEAR?

Martin guitars and
on earth, on sale at
Son's Music House.

mandolins,
Schaeberl

line
wn by

of all
*Irving

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803 So. State.
55-6-7-8-9

Sweaters cut over at the
Royal, 209 E. Liberty.
Have you seen those hobby
blues at Milward's? Ta4' r

E. A.

h0 hiasa

is class college, work of every descyip-
in tion, has just announced the publica-
1. tion of a Michigana College Calendar
a for 191.2, which is certainly the moat
- nifty~article of its kind we have seen.
It is leather covered, and the selectiorl
of subject matter and designing are.
I indeed artistic. Several copy rig'hte
pictures made especially for this
W publication have been~ used, and it: i
full of snappy originality. Every stu-
Sdent of the University will 'want one, of
li( these calendars in his room, and as a
;l'Vs Xm~as novelty for mailing home and]
)ur to friends it will be most appropriate
and certainly unequalled for the price
50c. It- has been found impossible tc
retail the calendar through dealers a+
50 cents, and the "Van Kleeks" store-
room at 313 S. State street has beer
rented for a few days for the display
)and sale of the Calendar. Sale begin:
NT I Wednesday, December 0. 53tf

According to the usual custom, Mrs.
Hutchins, Mrs. Reed, and Dean Jor-
_lan will have "at home" days for the
university women. Mrs. HendersonI
Mrs. Tilley and Miss Bigelow will also
receive this year. The schedule is as
follows: Mrs. Hutchins -- During,
February and March, days not yet de-
cided; Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs.
Henderson and Miss Bigelow-Tues-
days; Mrs. Tilley--First Wednesday.in
each month, the firsit "at home" being
Wednesday, December 6.
C'ARG(OYLE BUSINESS STAFF.
Warren Crane, business manager of~
the Gargoyle has made the following
appointments: advertising manager,
Walter P. Staebler; circulation man-
ager, Robert Sturtevant; collections
manager, Edgar L. Jaffa.

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AND

rbAWChi

I { 1IJs
sand Fraternity
irms $2.50 Arnold
;.00
School of Music

Skate , ET 'ER FREEZEI
Schumacher's Hardware will furish yon with a pair of
Sate, an youcanskat. Pek &Snyder Skates
300-310-3'12 South Maim~

16

the Co llege Student

Bath Robes and Dressing
Glowns Imported Patterns
$4.00 to $12.00
T'out z- xasertton I i l d
TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers and Batters Cor. S. State St.-and William Sts.

6 42SEWAMSOMM

Froizmtaii
Alarm C
See our large

lear1 V. Moore "

I126 S. Alai

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Allen,

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