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February 23, 1912 - Image 3

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by Nora Lean Jibbey

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In Love With the Count
My Dear Miss Jibby:-I am in love,
very much so, although the object of
my affections is not as yet aware of
the fact. I have never seen the one
man for me, but from the pearls of
wisdom and the flowers of poetry
which flow from his pen, I am sure
that he is the only man who can make
me happy. The gentleman, for I feel
positive that he can be nothing else, is
a scion of nobility, a fact which only
serves to increase my affection for
him. Now, to let you into my secret;
I am in love with no other person than
the Count of Killarney, who on sundry
dccasions contributes to The Michigan
Daily. Now Miss Jibbey, don't you
think that you can arrange for a meet-
ing for me with the gentleman, as I
am dying to meet him?
"A Shy Co-ed."
It is a difficult ,matter which you
have requested me to perform, but I

assure you that you are making no
mistake in placing your affections and
if you will communicate with me per-
sonally I will arrange a meeting for
you at one of the Count's castles.
He Caught a Hop-Girl.
Dear Miss Jibbey:-I am one of
those unfortunate "studes" who have
lost their heart to a J-hop girl, she is
a veritable queen but I am afraid that,
since we are engaged, she will become
a nagger. What would you advise me
to do?
A Hopper.
As Marion Fairfax says, "Beware of
the nagger. Her forehead is lined at
twenty-three, and there are fine marks
about the corners of her mouth. Her
home will be plain Hell, and her chil-
dren torments." I would advise that
you seek another climate, without leav-
ing your address.

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UNIVERSITY

NOTICES

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Prof. Hill Delivers Two Lectures.
Prof. C. H. Hill, of the forestry de-
partment, gave a non-technical stere-
opticon lecture on "Trees" in Chelsea
yesterday. The lecture is to be re-
peated in Detroit today.

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Sophomore engineer class meeting
this afternoon at 4 o'clock in room 311.
Senior lit meeting at 4 o'clock this
afternoon in Tappan Hall.
PROF. FLORER CHALLENGED
BY DETROIT SOCIALISTS.
Prof. Warren W. Florer, of the Ger-
man department, has been challenged
to a debate by the Detroit branch of
the Socialist party of Michigan. The
challenge comes as a sequel to the lec-
ture which Professor Florer delivered
before the Unitarian church in Jack-
son last week. The challenge was re-
ceivedfrom Henry Kummerfield, sec-
retary of the Socialist party of Detroit,
and said that if Prof. Florer would ac-
cept, an audience of at least 2,000'
could be guaranteed.

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UNIVERSITY

CALENDAR

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Suits

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Feb. 23.-"Pierre Loti," by M. Rene
Talamon on the Cercle Francais
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.
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 Unon 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
gymnasium, 8 o'clock.

* 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.m. *
* These Ads bring Results. *
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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.
82 tf
WANTED.
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
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
Stylish Banquet and Dance Pro-
grams should always be printed at
The Ann Arbor Press. 98

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as $2.50 Arnold

LET 'ER FREEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will furnish you with a pair of
Skates, and you can skate. Pek & Snyder0oSkate
30$-310-512 South mahm

SKATING in the keen air
-the companionship of a
pipe-thepleasure of a tobacco
such as Velvet !
Velvet is the best leaf-aged over
two years in the warehouse-a slow,
silent transformation from harsh leaf
to a mellow smoking tobacco...Time
gradually evicts the bite-matures the
good qualities of the leaf-a flavor
unusual-good-wonderfully good!
Such a tobacco takes time to pro-
duce-extreme care withal, but this
is the smoke we all want--so why
trot?
At all dealers.
SPAULDING & MERRICK
Chicago

is Well Cared for Here

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Across from Majestic
from all
OPERAS
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ie College Student"
Play for You
luTSiC House

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ATTENTION!

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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 Hatters to University Men Cor. S. State St.

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