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January 24, 1912 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-01-24

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.ACTICE SCHEDULE IS READ~y. Dean Cooley Addressed Graduates.

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For 1912
at desk cal, :.lar eliminates all
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ijoy a diary now and in after
noses of en::agements and prom-
'd yoir impressions
shandsomtwiy bound in clktb or
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INDERS STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
B01 Phone 1404
Cold Feet
Are advance agents for
Restless Nights
Warm= UP,
A flot-Water Bottle at Bed
Time a Sure Cure

Class Basketball Artists Will Begin,
Work in the Oym Soon.
Inter-class Basketball Manager
lBruce Anderson has announced the'
practice hours fr class basketball
teams as arranged by Dr. May. The
hours include fifteen minute priods
for each team, and the, schedule =will
go into effect February 12 for two
weeks. February 26 the schedule of
games will commence.
Doubtless many of the class teams
will find it convenient to arrange with
the nteam just preceding or following
it on the schedule for a half -hour
practice in ,which one team will play
the other,.thus giving both fives more
practice. The schedule which will be
posted in the gym follows:
lnda-
7:00-7: 15-'15 Lit.
7:15-7:30--'14 Lit.
7:0-7:45--13 Eng.
7: 45-8:00-'-12 Eng.
8:00-8: 15-'13 Dent.
8:15-8 :30--12 Dent.
Tuesday-
7:00-7:15-'15 'Eng.
7:15-7: 30-'14 Eng.
7 :30-7:45-115 Medic
7:45-8: 00-'14 Medic.
8:00-8:I1-'i3 Law.
8:15-8: 30-'12 Law.
Wednesday-
7:0,-7:15--'14 Law.
7:15--7 :30-'14 Dent.
7:30-7:4-'13 ,Lit.
7:45-8 :00-'12 Lit..
8:00-8:;15-'13 ent.
815-8: 30-.12 Dent.:
Thursday-
7:00-7: 15-'15 Lit.
7:15-7:30-'14 Lit.
7:30-7 :45-'13 Eng.
7 :45-8;0-'12 Eng..
8:0-8:15-13Law.'
8:15-8: 30--12 Law.
Friday-
7:00-7: 1.-,15 Eng.
7:15-7: 30-'14 Eng.,
7 :30-7:45-'14 Law.
7:45-8:.00-'14 Dent.
8:15-8 : 30-'412 Lit.'
830-8: 45-'15 Medic.
8:4-9 :00-'14 Medic.
Gym. Classes to hest During Exams.
The freshman. gymnasium classes will
meet on Friday for the last tme this
semester, no classes being held during
exams. Work will be' resumed on
February 15 and will continue until
spring vacation.' Dr. May wishes to
see all the freshmen who have ab-
sences to make up, at once, so that ar-
rangements may be made for working
themtoff.
See want ad° Summer Job t
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Jan. 25-Shakespearean recital "The
Merchant or Venice." 8:00 p . i Sar-
ah Caswell Angell Hall.
AIan. 28.-"The Responsibility of the
State" Newberry Hal, 3:00 p. m.
Jan. 29.-Semester examinations be-
gdin all the departmeints
Jan. 31-Violin Sonata recital, 4:15 .p.
in., High School hall.
Feb. 8.-Evening. Glee Club J-Hop
concert, university hail.
Feb. 9.-Junior -Hop.
Feb. 10.-"The Magstrate-J-Hop
matinee.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
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Advertising matter for this'
classified column must always
be paid for in'adiatree, and may
be left at the DAILY office op-
posite the M1ajestic between the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. in,'
or at Quarry's Drug Store,' N.
UTniversity and State, at any
time up to 9:3091p. M.
Tlie Ads brine Results,

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We inaugurate this Great Iver
duce the stock because we want
matter what our sacrifice will b,
more heavily than usual, and on
unfavorable weather for the past 6
have not moved as we expected.

Dean Mortinmer E. Cooler, of the en-
gineering department, addressed the
graduating class of the Cass Technical
School of Detroit Monday evening, on
"Individuality and Team Work." The
subject of individualism was treated
with special reference to the great
changes in educational conditions in
late years.

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Tuesday Morning, Di
And will continue until February
NOTHING RESESVK+D-elive stack wi
Society Brand, Hickcey, Freemani and Clot

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Lost-Black leather watch fob with
Sigma Xi key attached. Name C. S.
Robinson engraved on back of key.
Finder please return to J E. Harris,
922 S. State St., or call 570-L. Re-
ward. 83-84 85
Lost-On Washington, between Divis-
ion street and 5th avenue, a small
silver mesh purse, containing small
sum of money. Return to 443 S.
}Division. Reward. 1128-J. 85-86

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Ann Arbor, Mich.

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allowed is a feature at the
Cutting Cafe
Make reservation early and get
the best board in the city.

The Ani
Capital 9t
A General
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FOR1 SALE

For -Sale-A banjo in good condition.
1114.S. University avenue,Bell phone
1530-L 84-5-6-7
WA NT i: i.
Students-Sell electrical necessities in
every home. One article sells 10c,
3 for $1. Others higher. Good mzon-
ey for your spare time. Security
Sales Co., Detroit. 85
Wanted-A few university *men July.
August, and September. Send post-
al to Box 174, city, for information
and an appointment for conference.
A good opportunity for meni fur-
nishing evidence of reliability .cud
industry. "Do it now" is o'ur busi-
ness motto. 85 -86-87-58-8 i
Wanted-Single room in modern house
with steam or hot' water h-,at and
electric light. Address H, care MIcT~e
igan Daily. 85
Wanted-At once, young man who yn-
derst.:nds the use of drawing istru,
ments, competent detailing. ."iali
parts, etc,, for position with automt-
bile concern, Jackson, -Rich. Ex-
perience in this line not necessary,
but the opening is an excellent one
for a young man of ability, whlo i-
interested along engineering lines
Address D. D.. Davis, Cntre llieltiig u
Daily., 85-S6.87-SS-59
sBates'- Orchestra, Phone 1050-J. 84tf
Awakoned Ramese- Souvenir Scores
and. Sheet Musie for sale at Schaeber-
to & Son's. 110 S. Main St. 63 tf
STUDENTS YOU CAN MAKE $$$$$$
selling our -goods during spare time
vacations, etc., Household . necessity.
Saving 80 per cent. Ready seller. Big
profits. Exclusive territory. Free
Sample.' Write for terms. C. H. Stuart
E& Co., 75 Stuart Bldg., Newark, N. Y.
82, tf

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1-4 off on al
and see they

The Tobacco Sho
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Warmiani's Ida.. , Conil ra Self
F'i141 .ig, M 'sore's Num Iwo Lekablo"
1g San. Repeaters, Alarrins s
fovelty Alarms
'AN JE~W i LIY and NO ELTIEN
wid Vatvh Re;',a ring
Fewoiry Store
Bell Phonxe 53416

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Mlicbigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
feweiry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold,
alarms $1.i)0
Your Patrrmaye is Well Cared for Here

LET 'EK FREEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will furnis'h yo'u wit' a pair of
S ates, and you -aatskate. Peek & Snyder Skates
308-310-312 =voath Ma lv-

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T OPERAS

Flailed Bosom Shirts
$ 1.50 ad $2.00

Negligee Shirts
$ t.' O0to 54.00

Going to see 7/er
That S the time when collar buttons
and ties and other thingsof ten go wrong.
Stop the peeve with Fatima 'Cigarettes.

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for the Coll-ge Student"
i Gad to Play for You

TINKER & COMPANY.
Furnisher. and flatters. Cor. S. State St. and William Sts.

sic IHou'se

Silk and Knitted
Neckwear

Fownes and Lucas and
Kennedy Gloves

With each package of Fztima you g.'t a Pen-
nant coupon, 25 of which, secure a hanisomi
fehrclecnra::'(12xr3?-jelcianc I 10.

20 for
15 Scents

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