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The Michigan Daily, 1912-02-20

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ither by an overneat-
as, destroyed the res-
3utler, 811 Monroe St.,
rday afternoon. Ber-
, and his mother, who
stairs portion of the
.pelled to vacate hur-
ne suffers from heart
i to be carried to a
se. Although the fur-
nig to the Hones' were
lamaged, the whole in-
idence was ruined.

USE SURPLUS FOR REFRESHMENT
Student Opposes Buying Cigarette Cas-
es for J-Hop Committee.
(The Daily assumes no responsibility
for sentiments expressed in com-
mulcations.)
Editor The Michigan Daily:-
A recent article in your publication
has caused this to be written. Therein
was substantially stated that the mem-
bers of the "J-Hop" committee had de-
cided that instead of being awarded
watch-fobs for their valiant services
they much preferred something useful,
le., cigarette cases.
The custom of expending the surplus
moneys derived from the Hop for the
purpose of HONORING the members
of a committtee, the major part of
whom' were but figure-heads, so to
speak, mdy have been all right and
proper in the days of yore, but to me
it seems a little ridiculous that so
much money should be applied to this
purpose. The committee should be
less conscientious in saving money
and apply what has heretofore been
put into fobs into the serving of more
appetizing refreshments-one of the
lamentable deficiencies of the func-
tion. If the members of the committee
MUST have some token symbolic of
the honor of their services I suggest
that VANITY BOXES might serve the
purpose.
"A Knocker of Frivolous Customs."

IGAI'4LD

JUNIOR CLASSES ELECT
COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
Polls closed yesterday on the junior
class elections of student council mem-
bers who will-hold office during the
coming semester. The following are
the men who were chosen from the
junior classes of the literary, engineer-
ing and the law departments, respect-
ively: Selden Dickinson, John Cool-
idge, Edwin Hancock, Scott Hopkin,
and Robert L. Mayall.
JUNIOR ENGINEERS TOAST
SENIORS AT CLASS DINNER
A. H. Kuhn president of the 1913 en-
gineers, will feature the junior engi-
neer dinner which will be held at the
Union tonight, with a toast to the class
of 1912. Robert Lazear, representing
tle seniors, will give the reply.
3. F. Pierce will act as toastmaster
and Professor Tilden will speak for
the faculty. This dinner is the third
of the series of five class dinners that
have been arranged for by the commit-
tee. Over 110 series tickets have al-
ready been sold.

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Will be Presented by

The TeMple
Evcry Tuesday from
wthis date on.
Always take in our photo
plays on Tuesday in addition
to our regular Temple days.
A new stunt backed by the
classiest photo theatre this
side of Detroit.

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Opera Club Met at Union.
The charter members -of the Opera'
Club met at the Union last night. A
number of names were proposed for
membership but no 'final action was'
taken. Another meeting will be held'
Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. It is
expected that the club membership will
be elected at this time and made pub-
lic.
EDUCATIONAL CLUB HEARS
TALK ON EUROPEAN TRIP.
M. E. Valentine of the graduate
school addressed the Educational Club
last evening on his recent trip through
Europe. He gave a description of the
points of interest, and laid down some
maxims to aid in making the most of
one's time abroad. Mr. Dawson will
furnish the next program, on the sub-
ject, "Promotion." The club is arrang-
ing for a banquet at the time of the
Schoolmasters' convention.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
Feb. 20.-Senior Engineer dinner at
the Union.
Feb. 21.-Vocal Historical recital,
High School Hall.'
Feb. 22.-Holiday, Washington's Birth-
day.
Feb. 22.-Senior law dance at Grang-
er's.
Feb. 22.-Junior Law dance at Packahr
dancing academy.
Feb. 22.-Washington's Birthday ad-
dress, -Gov. Chase S. Osborn, 2:00
o'clock. University hall.
Feb. 23.-"Pierre Loti," by M. Rene
Talamon on the Cercle . Fraucais
course, Tappan Hall, 5 p. m.
Feb. 23.-Piano Recital by Cecelia Ray
Berry, School of Music.
Feb. 23.-Junior Lit dinner at the Un-
ion.

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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.
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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
Lost-$10.00 bill in locker room of
gymnasium, Monday afternoon. Re-
turn to Daily office, J. F. R. Jr. $5.00
rWANar&E
WANTED.

The greatest bargains ev
buyers. Every man's u
have is now
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Wanted-Cash paid for cast-off cloth-
ing and shoes. Send postal to Rob-
inson, 417 So. Division. Phone 1128-
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LET
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nish the Ice Cream for
Your Party
iter To Clubs and
Frats
lAS. F. MEYERS
Drinter to the Student Body
saotion and PROMPTNESS
- uaranteed - - -
215 So. Main Street.

Wanted--Students to take guitar les-
sons. Special attention given. t
Mandolin Club music. Call 851-J or
717 E. Huron St. 9 to 99
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
Cyko Printing paper for sale at Hop-
pe's studio. 94-5-6

Buy where you can get anyt 'ng you call for
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107 SouthMairn Street
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

SKATING in the keen air
-the companionship of a
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good qualities of the leaf-ei flavor
unusual-good-wonderfully good!
Such a tobacco takes time to pro-
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is the smoke we all want-so why
not?
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