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January 17, 1912 - Image 3

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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

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17.-Vocal Historical
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Jan. 17.-Cerele Francais soiree, Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall, 8 p. mn.
Jan. 18.-Union membership dinner at
the tUnion~.
Jan. 19.-Junior Lit dinner at the Un-

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t. 19.-Northwestern-Michigan de-
ate.
L19.-Morning, Woodrow Wilson at
Vhitney Theater.-
* 20.-Comedy Club in "The Mag-
trate," Whitney Theater.
L. 20.-Architectural Society dance,
'ackard Dancing Academy 8:30 p. mn.
L 21.-"The Debts You'll Pay," New-
lewbe'rry Hall, 3:00 p. m.
L 22.-Flonzaley Quartet, University
all, 8 p. in.
t 23.-"Water Filtration" W. W. De-
erard, west physic lecture room at
.Illustrated.
i23.-"Le Roman Feu'lleton," M.
,ouis Delamarre, Sarah Caswell An-
;ell Hall, 8 p. mn.
i. 2.-Fresh Engineer dinner at the
Jnion.
. 23.-Commerce Club Smoker at
hie Michigan Union.
. 23.-Soph Engineer dinner at the
nion.
T. 24-Piano Recital by Ceceilia Ray
erry, School of Music.
1. 25.-Shakespearean recital "The
derchant of Venice," 8:00 p. mn., Sar-
Lh Caswell Angell Hall.
128.-"The Responsibility or the
tate" Newberry Hall, 3:00 p. mn.
n. 29.-Semester examinations be-
in in all the departments.
MAJESTIC,
COMING THURSDAY
That
Elephant
"Minnie"

DEIJTSCHER VEREIN iELECTS
NEW OFFICERS LAST NIGHlT.
Herman -Weigand, '14, was last night
elected president of the junior men's
section of the Deutscher Verein to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation
on account of a press of other duties
of Glenn G. Munn, '14. Edward T.
Bott, '15, was elected secretary-treas-
urer to succeed Weigand.
Professor Iilorer gave an interesting
account of the celebrations by the stu-
dent societies throughout the empire:
of the eightieth birthday of Prince Bis-
mark on the first of April 1895.
Herman Weigand read some pages
from "Der Grune Heinrich" which
dealt with the witchcraft period in
G ermany.
1'11 Engineers Will Dine Tonight.
The 1911 engineers will dine tonight
in the Vulcan rooms and the event
promises to be one of special interest
to the members of the class who are
in school. Prof. de TMuralt will be the
principal speaker, the other speakers
being impromptu.
The Indiana Daily Student has jus
adopted United Press Service.

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be paid for in ad; ance, and may
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or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
Unihersity and State, at any
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For Itent-Single and double room.
Comi~fortable and cheap. Phone Bell
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For Sale-One 15 jewel Waltham
watch, 20 year gold case; one 17 jew-
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Both new. Taylor, 1208 So. Univer-
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78-79
For Sale-A live advertising medium
for cash. Address "B" care of Mich-
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Fo: S~ble-A slightly used large size
Mahogany upright Piano. Standard
make. Price and terins very reason-
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79-80-81-82-83
lAw akened Rames5es Sounvenir Scores
land Sheet Mnsiv for sale at Schaeber-
le & San's. 110 S. Main St. 63 tf
Hockey players will find a splendid
assortinent of sticks at Wahr's Uni-
versity Bookstore. 71 to 8U
Goo(] Music
for parties and dances will be furnish-
ed on call by Bates' Orchestra. Phone
1050-J.
77 tf
TESSIME R'S G~RILL Charcoal Grill-
ed P'orterhouse Steaks, 113 W. Huron
St.. upstairs, opposite Interurban 'Sta-
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