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January 12, 1912 - Image 3

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TY CALENDAR

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Tan. 12.-Soph Lit dinner at the Union,
5 :30 p. Mn.
an. 13.-Senior Medic Smolier at Un-
ion at 8 o'clock.
fan. 13.-Athietic Association election,
U. Hall, 9 to 12 a. m.
fan. 13.-Soph Lit dance at Packard
Dancing Academny, 2:30 p. m.
ran. 13.-J. Lit dance, Barbour Gym,

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertisiuzg matter for this
elassified column must always
be paid f(;v in adiance, amnd may
be left at thme DAILY office op-
polite thme Majestic between tihe
hours of 12 noon anmd III )p. o.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
timie up to 9:30 P. in.
These Ads bring Results.

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-52nd Annual Webster - Bn
:otel Allenel.
"The Debts You Forget,"New-
Try Hall, 3:00 p. mn.
Junior Engineer dinner at the

estra Concert, High
delyffe Dugmnoie on S.
hall, 8 p. mn.
I Historical Recital,

17.--Cercle Frameals soiree, Sar-
Caswell Angell hall, 8 p. M.
18.-Union mrinbership dinner at
e Union.
19.-Junior Lit dinner :at the Uwn-
n.
19.--Northwestern-Pi R1gan de-
.te.
M-,-Morning, Woodrow~ Wilson at

WANTE1).
Wanted-Boarders for a few vacant
places at the Wuerthi House, 1212 So.
University. 75-76-77
Wanted-Student to do collecting. Ap-
ply Goldman Bros., Cleaners and
Pressers, 220 S. State St. 75-76
LOST
Lost-Gold Chain of old style. Please
return to 702 South State, corner
Monroe and State. 75-76-71
Lost-Collegiate Sorosis Pin.- Name
'on back. Please call 251 or leave at
Quarry's. 75-76-77
For Rent-A pleasant suite of rooms
siable for students, at 110 North
Ingalls St. Other students in the
house. 75
Awakened Rameses Souvenir Scores
a'nd Sheet Music for sale at Schaeber-
le & Son's, 110 S. Maihu St. 63 tf
Hockey players will find a splendid
as;;ortinent of sticks at Wahr's Uni-
vemsity Bookstore. 71 to 80
O'UT OF TOWN PREACHERS TO
OCCUPY EPISCOPAL PULPIT.
While Rev. Henry Tatlock, of St
Andrew's Episcopal Church is actin

Ann A r
I For Anyti
First Clas

duce the stoc]
matter v' h.,tt
more heavil '
uif'avorah'e we
have not mnove
Tuesday
And will

-lub in "The Mag-
T heater.
sral Society dance,
Academy, 9:00 p.I

Cad's

Pay," New-
University

Fetalleti~n," M.
rala Caswell An-
er dinner at the

as resident pastor at the University 01
ferce Cknb Smoker at Caicago, out of town preachers wilV
Union. ( take his place here. Rev. Franklin S
Elngineer dinner at the Sp~alding, Bishop of Utah, will occupy
the pulpit next Sunday, and will tall,
Recital by C ceilia Ray on Mormnonism. The following Sunday
of Music. Rev. John N. McCormick, Bishop o°
,spearean recital "The Western Michigan, will deliver the firs'-
'enice," 8:00 p. mn., Sar- of the six lectures on the "Slocum
nigell Hall. Foundation," while the following Sun-
Responsibiliity of the da-y, Rev. Elwood Worcester, Rector of
ry Hall, 3:()0 p, m. Emmanuel Church, Boston, will deliver
ster examiiations be- the second. The talks are designed es-
departments. pecially for students.

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in Basement Ac
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Andc'N
The Ch
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A{ the
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'iandal

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Jan. 2-
State"
Jan. 29.-

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dnto'ry Pipe
Vntil Fe brvaary 1

Sale

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ahed
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?nr self

1-4 off on~ all otiv Pfpe s.
an~dsee thenm, they are
A" THLE FhRANK" 4

Cc e rie
the best

IThe Tobacco Shop Billiard Parlor
118-120 East Libei ty Street

no 334 L
d Fraternity
$2.50 Arnoldj
ared for Here
t.

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LET 'ER. FILEEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will, furniis~h yt i w~ith ' aair Of
S .ates, and you cani skate. Peck &:Snyder Skates

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L$iDO 101$C
Across from Majestic

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PUSH it along--shoot it
Pover! Velvet-so-called
because exceedingly smooth
--smooth because aged over
two years, inl which time all
harshness disappears from the
leaf leaving the goodness that
we all crave for our pipe. Velvet
is a tobacco mellowness hitherto
uai'nown-too smooth to harbor
a "bite." It's just the sort of a to-
-bAc--o you would make for you.-
self. MIlions of men cheer for it.
We neve~r knew of a mian who
dlid -i't likeVelvet! Hurrah! Don't
let it pass po L. At all caes
CHICA2A3

PERAS

Bath Robes aind4 Dressing
Gowns Impovjted Patterns
$4.00:t0 $i; LG

Coll .ge Student"'

Your Iuiapetation Invita
IKER &CC MPA

House

TIN
Furnisher- and M

LNY
and William Sts.

batters

Cor. S."State St.

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