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Soft Hats in a

variety of -
medium shapes
and in some
very swell blocks

& Schmid
Main St.

ATIONERY

MERCHANTS OBJECT TO ACTION.
Local Tradespeople Would Reserve the
Right to Use Seal.
The action of the Regents Friday in
requesting local business houses to
discontinue the practice of using the
university seal in commercial mat-
ters is meeting some opposition from
the merchants concerned. Several
firms use the seal in varied forms, as
a distinctive advertising feature, and
it is contended. by these that a loss
would be entailed in giving up their
right to use it.
"I feel that I am doing no harm by
using the university seal in my busi-
ness, said Mrs. Root, of the University
Music House, the local firm probably
most severely hit by the demand of the
Regents. "The sheets of music upon
which it is placed are sent all over the
country, and the seals serve to ad-
vertise the university. I do not want
to antagonize the Regents, but I think
that their action in this matter is un-
warranted."
DEAN REED WILL LEAVE CITY
Anticipates Trip in Near Future But
Plans are Indefinite as Yet
Although Dean J. 0.- Reed and wife
will take an extended trip in the near
future, plans for the tour are incom-
plete as yet, in fact the dean has not
decided just where he will spend his
leave of absence. However, in the
course of a week, he expects to have
decided his plans definitely, and it is
possible that he will lease his home fo,r
the summer and leave Ann Arbor with-
in a couple of weeks.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
March 25.--Fresh engineer dinner at
the Union, 5:30 p. m.
March 26.-Soph engineer dinner at
the Union 5:30 p. m.
March 26.-Commerce club smoker at
the Union 8 p. m.
March 29.-Women's Annual Banquet
at Barbour gym.
March 28.-Thursday-Michigan Un-
College Inn, the original hamburg-
er. It is Elmer's place. The cleanest
and best hamberger lunch room. We
serve the best of everything. Lunches
delivered from 5 p. m. to2 a. m. Phone
1078-L. tf
We print anything froma name card
to a book,-The Ann. Arbor Press-
Official Printers to the University, and
by authority, printers of all student
publications-Press Building, Maynard
Street. (Sun.)
Don't pay good money for films and
thign let someone experiment with
them. Take them to Lyndon instead.
117 eod tf
Open only from 9:30 to 12:30 and
1:30 to 3:30 on Sunday. Lyndon.
125 tf

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* 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. *
FOUND
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
WANTED.
Wanted-Laundry to wash at 1118
Catherine St. We do good work.
Try us. 124-28
Wanted-Reasonable book binding of
all kinds. George Dengler, 200 S.
Main. 121 tf
LOST,
Lost-Wednesday, log slide rule.
Finder please call 1313-J. 125
Lost-Black overcoat at All-Lit dance,
Hart Schaffner & Marx label on in-
side pocket, similar coat left in its
place with Benton Harbor label.
Call 1175-J. 125
Lost-Tan Regal shoes taken by mis-
take yesterday afternoon at the All-
Lit party. Return to 543 Church St.
Phone 1153-L. 125
FOR SALE
For Sale-Must sell my 1912 Twni-
cylinder 7 h. p. Excelsior motor-cy-
cle; cost $250. Will sell cheap. A.
D. Noney, Cor. Hill and Washtenaw.
For Sale-Residence of late Dr. Mor-'
ton,- at 517 E. Ann St.; nine sleeping
rooms; suitable for sorority or fra-
ternity; hot water heat.

SPRING

STYLI

Young men of fine discrimination wear Society Brand t
when they want to look their best.

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Copyright 1912, Alfred Decker & Cohn

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Tablets
Note size 10c
Letter size 15c

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le & Schairer Co.
BINDERS STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
112 S. Main Street
XTailor
Detroit Mich.
Ish Woolens for Overcotts
is complete in every way.
Dress Suits

-
Is a real vacation if the Ocean Travel
made disagreeable by unpleasant accommoC
You can avoid the possibilities of such dis
forts by booking with us, for we offer
the very choicest accommodations o
very best and most comfortable s.
which We have selected after years o
perience and personal inspedtion.
We offer a few. choice berths and roon
ships sailing June 23 to 29th, 1912.
Call and see sus for we enjoy giving in

Rent a kodak today, 10
don.

cents. Lyn-
124-25

Is your Kodak loaded?

Lyndon.
124-25

m

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March winds bring rough-
skin and
Prevent the roughness by
using
DERMAL CREAM & ROSE
& ALMOND COLD CREAM

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
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
The Michigan Daily-Finder of lost
articles.
Have your prints made on the paper
best suited to the negatives with the
same care that has made a reputation.
-Lyndon. 117 eod tf

mation.

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THE WARHTENAW AGENCY
215 FIRST NATIONvL BANK DLID
Bell Phonre 315 Horms. Phone
WILLIAR4 L. WOOl) CHARLES L. I

m Sat-
other
-noon

Quarry Drug Co.

SPECIAL NOTICE
We have a large assortment of small musical goods which we will place'
on sale at once at reduced prices : Mandolins, Guitars, Violins, Mouth'
Organs, etc. One thousand copies of Yellow and Blue at i5c per copy
during this week only, 2 copies for 25c.
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 Liberty Street
h

MA~JESTIC 1
Another Good Sh
HEST OF COMIEDy A1
Keno, Walsh and.
The Fun Csarnh

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Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
iege Jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
wokeralarms $1.00
Your Patronage is We.lCard for Here
t Acrhus scbouse
Street Across from Majestic

Florence R ayfield
Singing Girl

Frank & N
Music

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Come in and see our 1912
SPALDING BASE BALL AND
- GOLF GOODS -
SCHUMACHERL
ardwar. Co.
308-310-312 SOUTH MAIN

COMPLETE
i of Songs and Song Cycles
by Carrie J. Bond
e agency ifor Gibson Mandolins
versity Music House

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GARDEN. CITY RIO
Singing Boys Rathskellar Entertain
Dan J. SulliVan an'd Co paj
In the Romnantie Playlet ICAPT. BARRY'
:-: Pathe Animated Weekly :-
Moving Pictures of Current Events
COMING THURSDAY
"TIE MILLIONAIRE KID'
Musical Comedy In 3 Acts
Cast of 25 People Lots of Girls
Special Easter Souvenir
Matinee at., April 61
Art Studies Free To All

SHIRTS SPRING

SHIRTS

Soft and Starched Cuffs
with Collars to Match
TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers aend Hatters
342 SOVTH STATE STREET

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Allen's GoodClothes Store

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