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February 22, 1912 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-02-22

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CHIGAN DAILY

ENPORT MAKES FIRST OF
FUDENT TALKS TO FRESHlMEN
the freshman engineer assembly
rday morning Arthur Davenport,
of the student council spoke on
freshman from a senior's view-
, and also gave a short talk on
unctions of the Student Council.
Cooley who has charge of these
nblies expects to have prominent
>us seniors to talk from time to
to the freshmen engineers.
F. ROTH TO ADDRESS YALE
)RESTERS AT COMMENCE-MENT
>f. Filibert Roth of the Forestry
rtment leaves this morning for
Haven, Conn., where he is to ad-
the senior foresters at Yale.
Roth's talk will be one of the
res of the foresters' commence-
exercises. The forestry students
ale,, unlike most of the other
>ls, have their graduating exer-
at this season every year. Im-
ately after graduation the woods.
leave for the South, where they
i several months practicing scien-
forestry.
>f. Roth will not meet his classes
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Ii(OF. HUNTINGTON OF YALE

TO LECTURE TO GEOLOGISTS.
Prof. Ellsworth Huntington of Yale
University comes to Ann Arbor next
Thursday, February 28th to deliver a
series of three lectures in the interests
of the Geological department. The
lectures, which will be given in the
Economics building, will be illustrated
by stereopticon views. They are es-
pecially designed for students of his-
tory and archeology as well as those
of geology. They will deal with Chin-
ese Turkestan, and Palestine, with ref-
erence to geological aspect, and his-
toric climatic changes.
Prof. Huntington is holder of the R.
G. S. Gill Memorial Medal and of the
G. S. of Paris, and is the author of
"The Pulse of Asia." The lecture will
be open to all those interested.
Plan Engineers' Debating Section.
The Engineering Society hopes to se-
cure the names of a sufficient number
of men who are interested in debating,
to organize a debating section. It is
planned to meet Tuesday evenings
from 7 to 8, if the scheme pans out.
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Dr. Jekyll and
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for the use of Atu-
resulted in its es-
The ward con-
with a maximum
persons, and stu-
afford to pay the
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rge, while a nom-
quired from other
mtirely the result
and funds were
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
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. m.
These Ads bring Results.
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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-A linen letter case marked "A"
containing addressed letters, sta-
tionary stamps and valuable pictur-
es. Return to University Y. M. C.

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Feb. 23.-Michigan Union dance.
Feb. 29.-Basktball, Detroit Central vs.
A. A. H. S. at high school gym at 8
p. m.
Feb. 25.-Dr. J.. Percival Hugit, New-
berry Hall, 6:30 p. m.
Feb. 26.-Fresh Engineer dinner at the
Union.
Feb. 27.-Soph Eng. dinner at the. Un-
ion, 5:30 p. m.
Feb. 27.-Commerce Club smoker at
the Tnon 8 p. m.
Feb. 26.-Orchestra Concert High
School Hall.
Feb. 28.-Piano Historical recital,
High School Hall.
Feb. 29.-Soph Lit dinner at the Un-
ion at 5:30.
Feb. 29.-Soiree Dansante Barbour

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-Students to take guitar les-
sons. Special attention given to
Mandolin Club music. Call 851-J or
717.E. Huron St. 9 to 99
Lost-Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity
pin. Phone 187. Reward. 97-98
Best Strings and supplies for all
Musical Instruments. Schaeberle &
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
Drawing Instruments and Engineer's
Supplies at Special prices at Wahr's
Unviersty Bookstores. 92 to 97
Stylish Banquet and Dance Pro-
grams should always be printed at
The Ann Arbor Press. 98

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gymnasium, 8 o'clock.
Buy where you can get anytb'ng you call for
Goodyear s. Drug Store
107 South Mai Street
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

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Both Phones No. II

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CAST.
ABEY TIREDHEIMXER, a Hebrew who sells clothing
Michael O'Toole, a brick layer.......................
Hennessy O'Brien, a hod carrier......................
Timothy Hay, a bank and mine owner.................
George Hay, his son at Yale.........................
Gloria Ring, a Prima-donna..........................
Flossie Ring, her sister..............................
Rube Waddle, from up the creek.....................
Harry Davis and Harvy Day, two college boys......
W..-.......Wm. Whittemn
The Dancing Pippins-Fritzie Fritz, Bertha Banger, Ro
Harmon, June Stoner, Lillian Duke.
Dancing Horse .......................Geo. Browning
MUSICAL NUMBERS.
i Opening Chorus.........................
2 Most Every Town has a Broadway...............'
3 Meet Me at the Stage Door, Johnnie............
4 Horse Dance .............................. BroN
5 Beware of the Garden of Love....................
6 Under the Pazaza Plant...................
7 Burlesque Quartette... .Max Bloom, Eddie Allen,
8 In My New Motor Boat......... ...........
9 Love is Ve'ry Foolish.... Alice Sher, Eddie Allen, V
io Parodies ......................................
ii Mlystelrious Rag *........................................A
12 When It's Raining.......
Note-Audience please remain seated until curtain
Big Rain Finale.
Two Shows Each Night Starting at 7:30 and 9 P, M.

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MAKE THEIR OWN CANDY
COME INAND SEE THEM
Per H1 ot Chococlate zzn4 Coffee for the Cold Weather

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