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PART WITH NEW YORK CUMPANY
Arthur G. Cohen, who left Michigan
t the beginning of the semester to
ast his fortunes in New York City,
ecently landed a good leading part in
ack Barrymore's "Half Husband"
ompany. In this same company he
ras also given the assistant stage
nanagership of the play. Almost
coincident with the receiving of these
ositions, Cohen received a letter from
is parents who live in British Colum-
ia urging him to return across the
ontinent immediately. "Art" is en-
oute for his home at present but from
resent expectations he will return to
few York next fall where he will enter
ne of David Belasco's companies.
ORMER PROMINENT ALUMNAE
HOLD LUNCHEON IN DETROIT

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
-o-
Advertising matter for these
columns may be left at the
DAILY office, opposite the Ma-
jestic from 12 noon to 10 p. m.,
or at The University Pharmacy,
1291 S. University Ave.,Van Dor-
en's Pharmacy, Packard Street,
The Brown Drug Store, Main
Street, and Quarry's, on State
Street, any time up till 8:30 p.m.
for next morning's issue.
These ads bring results.

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mal luncheon was held at
club in Detroit Friday for
who were prominent in the
incheon held in Detroit on
7. Plans weremadethold
>r the new Detroit Alumnae
at the College club on Wed-
rch 13, to elect permanent
he aim of the organization
[e undergraduate women to
residence halls in the near
CHOOSE TEAM
INTERSOCIETY DEBATE.
for the intersociety cup de-
held by the Adelphi literary
t night. Nine men partici-
he. event which was judged
G. Hall, Mr. H. E. Robbins
W. Stewart. The following
n for the team: T. A. Bar-
Barnes and E. J. Rosenberg,
oeder was chosen alternate.
E STUDENT TO GIVE
RES FOR CHINESE UNION
.n, '11, will deliver a series
before the chapters of Al-

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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
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Single room on second floor.
Convenient for one or two. 337 E.
Williams. 112-13
WANTED.
Wanted-To contract by April first
with energetic man to travel during
summer rush with line of school sup-
plies. State teaching and selling ex-
perience. Salary guaranteed. Ad-
dress A. J. Hart, Dist. Rep. 326 Cath-
ernie St., Ann Arbor, Mich., Phone
679-J. 111-12-13
Wanted-Local and summer agents
for a good proposition. Address:
The Monarch Printing Co., Council
Bluffs, Iowa. 113
Wanted-Waiter and boarders to fill
small table for six. 614 Monroe St.
Four weeks in advance $3.50. Mrs.
McCain. 111-12-13

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Young men of

discri
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Waldo

States. His first
e in Ann Arbor.
m the university
has been located
n, in the interest
n, of which he is
SJunior Lit Home
r, '13, was called
ven, Miss., by the
He will return to

Wanted-Cash paid for cast-off cloth-
ing and shoes. Send postal to Rob-
inson, 417 So. Division. Phone 1128-
I,. 91ltf
FOR SALE
For Sale-Old Town Canoe, best quali-
ty, good as new. Phone 619-L.
107 eod 113
Best strings and supplies -for all
Musical instruments. Schaeberle &
Son, Music house, 110 S. Main St. 87tf
Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
night for the next morning's issue. tf
We print anything from a name card
to a book,-The Ann Arbor Press-
Official Printers to the University, anI
by authority, printers of all student
publications-Press Building, Maynard
Street. (Sun.)
WANTED
Student to work in Detroit, on Salary
during Summer Vacation. Must apply
immediately. Call any time after 1:30
p m. 302-306 Firzt National Bank Bldg.

Sever

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UNIVERSITY

CALENDAR

arch 11.-Fresh Lit dinner at the Un-
ion, 5:30 p. m.
[arch 12.-Second round in the Union
bridge tournament, 7:30 p. m.
arch 13.-Third round in the Union
bridge tournament, 7:30 p. m.
Is your Kodak loaded? Lyndon.
11? -14

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Students like to be treated well, and buy where their wants are satis-
fied. Especially is this so in the musical line. Grinnell Bros. at
120-122 E. Liberty St. have the best goods at lowest prices.
GRINNELL BROS., W. J. Simonson.

we

Arnold
or HereI

Come in and see our 1912
PALDING BASE BALL AND
- GOLF GOODS -
SCHUMACHER
Haerdw.re. Co.
308-310-312 SOUTH MAIN

Maple Nut Puffs
Cranecrows 50c
Victoria Chocolat
Mary Garden Chc

from Majestic
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Punching
flags all style.

Any lady will be
delighted when she

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

E. E.

p,

House

324 South

-CollegeMen

at

Allen'sGoodClothei

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