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February 18, 1912 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-02-18

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THE

GAN DAILY

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ARSITY TRACK MANAGER TO,
ATTEND NEW YORK MEETING.
Harold B. Williamson, manager of
he Varsity track team, will go to New
ork Friday, February 23, to repre-
ent Michigan at a meeting of the I. C.
. A., which is to be held at that city
,n February 24. The rules of the as-
ociation require that each team send
representative to the meeting which
to prepare for the annual inter-
>llegiate meet. According to custom,
:r. Williamson, as track manager, was
hosen to look after Michigan's inter-

;committee of 0. S. U. professors
has been making an investigation of
the Conference colleges,also Michigan,'
Western Reserve, Case and Oberlin,
with a view to improving Ohio's ath-
letic system.

Sigma Delta Chi Adds to Xembership.
Gamma chapter of Sigma Delta Chi
the journalistic fraternity, increasec
its active membership by six at an in
itiation held yesterday. This was fol
lowed by luncheon at the Union. The
new members are: Gordon C. Eldredge
'14;- H. Beach Carpenter, '14; Morris
Milligan, '14; Gordon Davies, '14 L;
Arthur Moehlman, '12; and Adna John-
son, '14.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
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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 of 12 noon and 10 p. m.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9:30 p. im.
These Ads bring Results.
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Union to Entertain Members '
The Michigan Union will en
its members this afternoon at th
house at 3. Several musical f&
have been planned and cigars
rettes and cider will be served
freshments.

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pital Kitchen is Being Improved.
he kitchen of the general universi-
ospital is being extensively remod-
d and enlarged. It has long been
small to meet the increasing de-
tds made upon it and the improve-
its were imperative. The new kitch-
will be three times as large as the
one and up-to-date in every re-
:t, being fitted with modern gas and
tric cooking devices. To insure
nliness the floors will be finished
vhite tile, the walls white enamel-
and all pipes concealed.

CALE1NDAR

eb. 18.-Pres. Albert Parker Fitch of
Andover Seminary, Newberry Hall,
3 p. m.
eb. 19.-Senior Dent dinner at the
Union.
eb. 20.-Senior Engineer dinner at

al Historical recital,
Hall.
ay, Washington's Birth-

.-Junior Lit dinner at the Un-
.-Basktball, Detroit Central vs.
H. S. at high school gym at 8

-Dr. J.

[val Hugit, New-
m.
eer dinner at the

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
& Co., 75 Stuart Bldg., Newark, N. Y.
82 tf
LOST
Lost-By girl attending university a
small leather purse containing $8.00
in bills, some change, and labora-
tory key. Liberal reward. 725 So.
12th St.' 95-96
FOUND.
Found--A pair of nose glasses. Owner
can have same by paying for this ad
and calling at Daily office. 95
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Two elegantly furnished
suites, electricity, gas and steam
heat. 528 Packard or phone 1666-J.
91-95
For Rent-Front Suite. Good heat.
All modern conveniences. 822 Arch
St. Phone 1791-J. 93-94-95
For Rent-Very desirable suite, one
block from campus. Electric lights,
all modern conveniences. 526 Church
St. 1064-J. 94-95
WANTED.
Wanted-Cash paid for cast-off cloth-
ing and shoes. Send postal to Rob-
inson, 417 So. Division. Phone 1128-
L. 91 tf
Wanted-Physician desiring an exclus-
ive practice within twenty miles of
Ann Arbor, paying $4,000 per year.:
Write to C. M. Smith, 320 E. Liberty.
91 eod 101
Best Strings and supplies for all
Musical Instruments.. Schaeberle &
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
For prize winning prints have them
made onCyko Printing paper at Hop-
pe's studio. 94-5-6
Drawing Instruments and Engineer's
Supplies at Special prices at Wahr's
Unviersty Bookstores. 92 to 97
We print anything from a name cfrd
to a book-The Ann Arbor Press-offi-
cial printers to the university, and, by
authority, printer of all student pub-
lications. Press Building, Maynard St.
I (Sun.)
Cyko Printing paper for sale at Hop-
pe's studio. 94-5-6

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Ann Arbor.

State

at the Un-

Club smoker at:

High

recital,

dinner at the Vn-

ree Dansante
8 o'clock.

Ba:

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quit

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5 S. Main
Shoes and Men's Tailoring

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LET 'EK FREEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will furnish you with a pair of
Skates, and you can skate. Peck & Snyder Skate
308-510-512 S outU Maim

ELL ISON and
SINGING GIRL
Howard ai

Cared for.

EXTRA
FOUR NEU
Grotesque Comedy Acrobats

Across from Majestic

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the
lege Student"

ATTENTION!.
Just received a new line of the latest styles and designs in
GOLF CAPS AND CLOTH HATS,
Both English and Domestic fabrics are included in the
assortment.
TINKER &. COMPANY
Furnishers and batters to University Men Cor. S. State St.

PATH E WEEKLY--Motion]I
Events all Over t-
Exclusive Pho
Holiday Tv
Matinee Nxt ThusI
WASHINGTON'S Br
Opening Performance of 1
"SUNNY SIDE' OF B

,. v f - .y

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