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April 24, 1912 - Image 3

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TE MICHIGAN DAILY

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"J" LITS AND ENGINEERS HOJ)
GRAND "JAMBOREE" TONI(U'r
With the added attraction of Finzel's
orchestra of Detroit, which will pre-.
sent several new feature dances, to-
night's "Junior Jamboree" at the new
Armory promises to be a fitting ending
to the social activities of the third
years lits and engineers. The chap-
erons will be Proc. and Mrs. E. D.
Rich, representing the engineering de-
partment, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley
Loos for the literary department.
Fraternity "Base-Ballers" are Busy.
The first games of the Palladium
Indoor Baseball League took place
yesterday afternoon in the lot opposite
Ferry field. The first of these games
was won by Chi Psi from Alpha Delta
Phi, by a score of 11-10. The battery
for the winners: Pinnell and Suther-
land; losers, Thompson and Meade. In
the second game the D. K. E. beat the
Sigma Phi, 14-8. The battery for the
winners: Craig and Huff; for the los-

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The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
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good knowledge of typewriting sten-
ography. Would like clerical posi-
tion in Ann Arbor. Excellent refer-
* ence furnished. Address X Mich-
igan Daily. 140-41
FOR SALE
For Sale-16-foot Detroit canoe.
Slightly used. Reasonable. 825
Tappan. 140-41-42
LOST
Lost-Sunday night, somewhere on the
street, string of white beads. Will
finder please phone 1565-J. 141
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

SOC

Clo,

For
And

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You like to see a well-d
yourself, if you're not.
We would like the oppo
that in our judgment we

for summer workl

Jr

rie, 224 So. Thayer.

136-142 Musical Instrument Repairing, work

your prints made on the paper
.ted to the negatives with the
re that has made a reputation.
n. 117 eod tfi
BOAT PAINTS.
ctly high grade paint for'boats.
recommended for automobile
carriages, settees, lawn swings,
benches, or any article exposed
weather. Made in all the lead-
ors-non-fading. Manufactur-
paint ourselves enables us to
very best materials that mon-

guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S.. Main St. 87 tf I e
f-
Lindenoid Waterproof and Wear-
proof Sole Leather. Guaranteed. J. '
H. Lambert, 613 Williams. 136 tf
The finest printing office of its size
in the state of Michigan-The Ann Ar-
bor Press, Press Building, Maynard
St. Call and see us. Printers of any-
thing from a name card to a book.
Don't pay good money for films and
then let someone experiment with
them. Take them to Lyndon instead.
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203 E. Washing-3
141.2 3

How to spend money

and

still

have

it,

Sounds impossible, doesn't it?

But it is'nt and here's the

H~ere's a

way you can do it.

of how much 2 1
be - it would be a

Ainc

Suppose you buy something and pay for it - and then the
merchant gives you back some of the money he received from
you - the m-riey he gives back is clear "velvet" to you.

Clubs

&d

izer, etc.

Or you can go wit

-Hand

Here is a plan by which you can now get a cash discount on
everything you buy - and the prices remain just the same as

saving together, raise a

sury.

AT

,;

before.

yDrug Co.

S'-pp-s y J

This means a clear saving.

It is just like getting money

s and Fraternity
arms $2.50 Arnold

from home. Just ask your dealers - no matter whether you are
buying a suit of clothes or a cigar - to give ycu "Franklin Cert-
ificates," These Certificatesrepresent in actual 2 12% discctrt.
Now take these Certificates to the State Savings Bank and

have alI;the fellows put
everything they buy,
deposit them at the b

coming

for Here

?l C cbous
t Across from Majestic
MPLaTE
ongs and Song Cycles
-rie J. Bond
y for Gibson Mandolins
Music House

they will be considered as cash.

You may do posit them to your

Just remember this -
you buy anything. Sac
means a growing bank ac

account at their face value or use them to open a new aCcount.

r i' .

It's

worth

The Franklin Company,

r'n I

ve-

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