IKALAMAZOO ALUMNI HOLD
BA NQUET DURING VACATION.
are the lowest con-
ity a-&d C1ae.ss
Mrs. Madelon Stockwell Turner, '72,
the first woman graduate of the uni-
versity was present at the alumni ban-
quet held in Kalamazoo Friday of last
week. Mrs Turner entered the uni-
versity from Albion College and se-
cured an M. A. degree before she left.
President Hutchins, Prof. A. G. Hall,'
Prof. Williams, of Kalamazoo College,
a graduate of Princeton, and Rev.
Father O'Brien, '65, were also among
the guests. About 200 were present in
Education Professors go to Sagiuniw.
Professors A. C. Whitney and C. 0.
~avis, of the education department,
left last night for Saginaw to attend
the annual meeting of the Michigan.
State Superintendents Association.
They will return Saturday. Prof. Da-
vis will also deliver an extension lec-
ture in Mlonroe Friday night on "Ed-
W1i; Entertain Sophomore Girls.
Sophomore girls will be entertained
at a "Sophomore Frolic" by the fresh-
men girls of the university at Barbour
gymnasium next Saturday afternoon
at 2:20. All girls' of the two classes
are invited to attend.
Alpha Sigma Phi Takes New Quarters.*
The Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity re-
cently purchased the Freeman prop-
erty located on the corner of Forest
Avenue and Hill street. The frater-
nity will talte occupancy in Septem-
Lectures to Laws This Afternoon.
G. L. Canfield, of Detroit, will deliv-
er the second of the lectures on admir-
alty law in room G of the law building
this afternoon. The time of these lec-
tures has been changed from 3 o'clock
Web and Flange Dine at Union.
Professor E. D. Rich, of the engi-
neering department, was the principal
speaker at the bi-monthly dinner held
by the Web and Flange society at the
Union last night. Several members of
the society were called upon for short
Notice to Students who Speak Spanish.
Mention The Michigan Daily and
answer the ad signed "Manufacturer"
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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.
Festi v al
MAY 15 16,1 7118,1912
Reserved seats now on sale
Some excellent ones at $6.00
Some good ones at $5.00
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
Wanted-Dishwasher. Apply between
5 and 6. 803 So. State. 135-6
If you are a hustler and want to make
school expenses for next year and
more too, without leaving Ann Arbor,
wyrite the Detroit Megaphone Special-
ty Co., 219 Owen Ave., Detroit.
Wanted-Students who speak Spanish
to answer the ad signed by "Man-
ufaqturer" in this issue of The Dai-
ly. Mention The Michigan Daily
when you write. 136
For Rent-Rooms at 518 S. State St.
opposite Memorial building. 134-5-6
For Sale-Oliver Typewriter. Used
less than one year. Price $50.00.
Mack & Co. 126 eod 138
For Sale-Splendid Medical practice
in central Ohio town of eight hun-
dred. Present practitioner wishes
to retire on account of old age. In-
quire M. E. Rudy. Tel. 1637 L. 136
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
The Ann Arbor Press products in
printing are of the finest quality. Call
and see. Press Bldg., Maynard S.
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
The sooner you buy,
the better your choice
University School of music
Some others at $4.00
jd R Co.'s
be had Anywhere.
in every .instance.
ClevertI lI es~
(~i . .. o Ff/Ct
Store is the Hone of
in this issue.136 sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
Lindenoid Waterproof and Wear- Notice.
proof Sole Leather. Guaranteed. J. All seniors who wish to appear in
H. Lambert, 613 Williams. 136 tf s nut.must.leave measurements
A strictly high grade paint for boats.
Also recommended for automibile
bodies, carriages, settees, lawn swings,
chairs, benches, or any article exposed
to the weather. Made in all the lead-
ing colors-non-fading. Manufactur-
ing the paint ourselves enables us to
use the very best materials that mon-
ey can buy.
t. H. MAJOR CO. 203 E. Washing-
ton Street. tf.J
for caps and gowns at Mack and Co.
this week: 136-34.-38-
Are you lookinig for summer worki
See Currie, 224 So. Thayer. 136-142
A fine opportunity for the summer
awaits the student who is looking
for something to do. Phone 1619-J
this morning and - make appoint-
CHAS. F. MEyERS
Printer to the Student Body
Satisfaction and PROMPTNESS
* - - Guaranteed - - -
215 So. Main Street.
T UB E Y
Furnish the Ice Cream for
I Cater jTo Clubs and
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 15c per copy
during this week only, 2 copies for 25c..
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 Liberty Street
Buy where you can get anytt ing you call for
Goodyeas Drug Store
107 South Maini Street
FINE CAREER OPEN IF YO
Large manufacturing plant located in the
quires the services of a young man who speaks
and who is able to make an investment in the stc
any. Dignified position offered which preser
opportunity for a scccessful busiress career.
strong, growing rapidly, and one of the moat l
kind in this country. Either graduates or undergr
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