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January 26, 1912 - Image 3

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You meet him in the_ autumn
With a wardrobe on his arm-
Last spring's sartorial wonders,
Lacking now their pristine charm.
Ile looks you over blandly,
Observes your togs the while,
And asks with perfect innocence
How much will take the pile.
The suit that once you proudly wore,
He looks with scorn upon,
But later claims it for his own
!With one "siamoleon."
!But when the vernal zephyrs zeph,
And bankruptcy is rife,
He takes your junk, and pays the coin
And really saves your life.
-Daily Illini.
LYCEUM CLUB MEMBER WILL
GIYE lMARK TWAIN RECITAL.
Arthur G. Andrews, '13, will give a
recital of Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer"
in Romeo this evening under tLe aus-
pices of the Lycbum Club. Friday ev-
ening he will deliver a lecture along
educational lines, and give a recital at
the conclusion of the address.
The coming examinations have put
a stop to the activities of the Club,
but a number of addresses have been
booked for the beginning of next se-
mester.
Pounder. of Local Suffrage Club Ill.
Mrs. Rose French, the San Francis-
co suffragette, is seriously ill in Cleve
land. Mrs. French spoke at Ann Ar-
bor and was responsible for thi found-{
ing of thbe suffrage club here. Since
Ieaving here, Mrs. French has been
touring Michigan cities. Sli,, is being
cared for by relatives.
Prof. Eggert Attends Classes Again.
Professor C. E. Eggert, of the Ger-
man department, who has been con-
fined to his home for several days
with a severe attack of rheumatism is
expected to attend his classes today.
His work has been divided among the
members of the department during his
absence.
UNlVElPSIT tCAI FNID,'%R
.fan. 28.-"Tht, R~ponwifllIty of the
State" Newberry Hall. 3:00 p. m.
Jani. 29.-Semester examinations he-
On~ in all the rdepartments
Jan. 3t.-Violin Sonata recital, 4:15 p.
in., Hig-,h School hall.
Feb. 8.-Evening. Glee 'Club J-Hop
concert, Univ ersity hall.
Feb. 9.-Junior Hop.
Feb. la.--"The Magistrate"-J-Hop
matinee.

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*classified column must always
*be paid for in advaunce, and may
* be left a t the DAILY office op.
* posite the Majes'tic between the
" hours of 12 noon and 10 p. mn.,
*or at Quarry's !Drug Store, N.
" University and State, at any
*time up to 9:30 p. in.
* These Ads bring Results.
FEoik SALE

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For Sale-A banjo in good condition.
1114 S. University avenue,Bell phone
1530O-L. 84-5-6-7
For Sale-Large, substantial pair of
bobs, dark wood finish, in good con-
dition. Call 778-J between 12-1 or
6-7. 87-88
W,%AN1'lt D
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 men fur-
nishing evidence of reliability and
industry. "Do it now" is our busi-
ness motto. 85.86-87-88-80
W'anted-Student to help at 331 So.
Main. Hathaway and Shamp.
STUDENTS YOU CAN MAKE $$$$$$
selling our goods during spare time
iacations, etc., Household necessity.
Saving 80 per cent. Ready seller. Big
profits. Exclusive territory. Free
Sample. Write for terms. C. H. Stuart
& Co., 75 Stuart Bldg., Newark, N. Y.
82 tf
Wanted-Att once, young man who un-
derstarnds the use of drawing istru-
ments, competent detailing. :miall
parts, etc., for position with autonio-
bile concern, Jackson, Mich. Ex-
perience in this line not necessary,
but the op~ening is an excellent one
for a young nwin of ability, who 1,
interested ailong engineering lines.
Address D. D. Davis, Care 1Michigav
Daily. 85-S6-87-SS.S9
Remember the 31ichy-Penn sporting
extra? It was yellow. The J Hop ex-
tr~i is gong to be blue. On Saturdaiy
moaning after the hop. 66 to 89
Bates' Orchestra, Phone 1050-J. 84tf
The feature paper of the year is to
be here-soon., The bag blue extra.
86 to 89
The big blue extra. Watch for If
right after the hop. 86 to S9
Headquarters for Durham Duplex
Blades to fit your Demonstrators. Kil-
lins' State Street Hardware. 86-7-8

allowed is a feature at the
Cutting Cafe
Make reservation eatrly and aet
the beest heard in the city.

The
rapte

We inaugurate this Grc
duce the stock becauseN
matter what our sacrific
more heavily than usual,
unfavorable weather for it
have not moved as we exj
Tuesday Morn
And will continue unt
NO THING RESESVED-E
Society Branzd, Hickey, Freen
jrwO
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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SHINE TICKtiT 6 for 25C G
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15,E 2 for25
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Best Strings and supplies for 'all If she could not come let her know
Musical Instruments. Schaeberle & about the hop anyway. It will be all
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf- told in the big J Hop Extra. 86 to 89
Figlit off the blues, with °the b'g blue Bring in your safety razor blades
extra. All about the fussers. 86 to 89b (any .make) and have them resharpen-

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ideal, Couiki ti Self
,reps Naas .eLokables
iaters. Alarrms a.. d
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KY and NO ELTI ES j

See want ad Summer Job!R-8-88
We have a number of slightly used
Upright Pianos that can be bought
very cheap. It will pay intending pur-
chasers to inspect them. 120-122 E.
Liberty street. Grinnell Brothers, W.
3. Simonson, Mgr. 87-89

ed, made better than new. Killins'
State Street Hardware. 86-7-8
If you cannot go, read about it. The
J Hop extra is coming soon. On sale
everywhere. 86 to 89
Welsbach, Lindsay, and Wood Fiber
Gas Mantles at Killins' State Street
Hardware. 86-7-8

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Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alrms $1.00I
iyonage is Well Cared far Here
Across from !Mjesl ic

LMT 'ER FREEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will furnish ou -i,1 a na~r of
S ates, and you o'at sl~ae. Peck & Snyder Skates
.'T08.310":12 Soutth 1 si"

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JUST the smoke after a whirl
in the gym. The best leaf in
the land- aged over two years
-perfect maturity-all harshness
eliminated-not a bite in a thou-
sand pipes -a flavor delightfully
good-wonderfully smooth. No
tobacco ever received such care
-no other tobacco is so smooth!
You will delight in its goodness
enough-ask your dealer.
SMULING & MVERRICK
CHICAGO

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Full Dress Ascessorkcs
Wtte carry a complete lie of thle latest Designs in
NECKWEAR, MUFFLERS, G3LOVES, VESTS and StI R S
For Formal Wear
TINKER & COMPNY1
Furnibber and Hlatters to University Ment Cor. S. State St.

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