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April 24, 1912 - Image 4

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ELE~CTED) TO HONORARY
TOR :MtEDICAL FRIATERNITY

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D)r. John -,W. Hty, fIdianapolis,
who is secretary of the ln~iana State
Beard of Health, will speak before the
Ann A,1rbor Medical club on the sub
ject of "Eugenics" this evenin at8
o'clock in the west lecture roo Af the
Mbedical building. Mlembers of. the fac-
ulty, medical men, and miale students
are invited to at-tend. A reception will
be tendered Dr. H-urty after the lecture
by the members of the faculty in the
Histological laboratory.
Dr. Hurty was sent out by the Amer-
ican Medical Association which pro-t
vides prominent men to lecture
throughout the country concerning the
interests of public health. He will al-
so speak at ten o'clock this morning
in the Medical building before the
members of the faculty and medical
students on "How to Keep Well."
(UII) sAND UNCLE SAff PAVE
WAY FOR STUJ)ENT R11Oflt(Et
Leslie h . Lyle, '14 of St. Charles wvas
married last Sunday evening to Missl
Carrol Ludge of Ludington. The coup)le
met three years ago when both weret
waiting for a boat on the Ludington
pier, and the courtship was carried on
by letters culminating in an engage-r
ment a year ago. Mr. and MNrs. Lislet
will be at home to their friends at 710
E. Ann St.

Whitivey

Al'pha Omega A' oh . the s r hon-
orary medical fraierni _y held its an-
)Au~tl election recent j', The following_
GAL TWO
inn-tiors were elecii to miembersh'.p:
:M'alcolm Y eaman Al lrshll!, A. 1.; -l~iu-
i,'rson, Ky. ; Fran"l Norman W ilson,.
A. P3, Ann Arbo , and Carleton Tra
WVood, A. S., Amht r~aO,
IUNIVERSITY NOTICES
All candidates for J-Lit baseball
team meet at fairgrounds today, at, 3
p. mn.
Glee club rehersals will be held in
Adelphi room Wednesday at. 5' p. m.'
and Thursday 'a4. 7 p. m. Everybody
out.
Soph Lit Baseball this afternoon at
3. o'clock. Weinberg's skating rink,
S. Fifth Avenue. Wear tennis shoes.
C~andidates for senior Law baseball
team report at south Ferry field today
at 1:15 p. m.,
Junior Laws will hold their annual
banquet in Detroit about May 11.
All senior lit baseball candidates re-
port at the gym for physical examina-
tion this afternoon at 3.
Elections for the officers of the En-
gineering Society will be held in open
meeting Thursday evening at seven-
thirty in room 311, New Engineering
building.
Tickets for today's game will be'dis-
tributed to band members at the Union'
between 3:30 and 4 o'clock. Stanley.
Soph engineer baseball team report
at gym for physical examination this
afternoon from 2 to 5. No practice.
Soph Lit class meeting in West
Physics hall at 3:00 today.

THURS., APRIL 25
Chas. A. Sellon's
Stupendous Trick Spectacle and
Mterry Musical Extravaganza; The
New American P1antonilne
Tl"H E CAT
AND THE
FUDDLE
40 People 19 Scones 20 Songs
With Harry B. Watson and 'a
Crest Cast
Lyrics and Music by
Carleton Lee Colby
A cheerful, Comical, 'tuneful,
fantasy, founeed on the Old,
Yet Dear
"Mother Goose Fables"
Always a delight to, the
Young and Grown Ups
PRICES
25-50.75-1.00-1.50

Sat,.

The Southern Enc

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In the
'MERRIEST OF P'
C OMEDIE
A CONCOCTION
Mirth, Melody, IM
Comedy
The Famous Colo
Show New Costum4
ry and Electrical
SEAT SALE THURSDAY

uorkinien,
ry detail of
sion.
s according

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KROYAL TAILO
Chicago anti New York
No tai'.or can or w ill excel these- master
tallors 1in giving0 youlwhMm"you Nwant 1i1
clothe's ut other tailors wvill charge you
? - -'- lmuch mo1re. Let us showe you1 the Line of sml rdtk }ou pea r,
All-wand 0. Fors l
215 South MainRSt.

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LICITORS easily earn
lons, also can pick up
ey. For full particulars
missions, prizes, free
atter, sam ple copies.
0. 155 filfth Avenue'

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5 Sets of Silver wil be
Civen Away at Matinee
COMING' .T URSDAY
Elliress ?Lstra.

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Iii Your DIaily Perform

N o One Knows as Well
as College Mere

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in the class room, in the street and in the rece
tion hall, if .you'll let us tailor your clothes f
the occasion. \Ve'll bring out the best there
in you in style and individuality, and you'll
home' at vacnation time looking like a successf
college uian. NMake your requirements known

Jeweler

Optician

HLU(O i V .

College Jewelry
All kinds of work in
repair line
Be in Date with

F RED W. GRkOSS

9.

123 East Liberty St.

r buttons
go wrong.
teia- -ettes.
2(0 fojr
I$ -cents

Your J.ewelry

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our, local dealer, who will stow you our 500 new Spring
and' Summer woolens and take your correct measure.
Largest tailors in the world of
GOOD made-to-order clothes

Repair Shop

near the Campus that is

p rice Building

Chicago, U. S. A.

Equipped with the Most Pedert Shoe>,
hines made is
RN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY"
(SIGN OF T HE :3MG ELECTRIC SHOE)
611 East Wiliiam Street
wve do so anti:1i helLer work than is possible in any other sirop,
ilOmlptly. We send for and deliver w(.i k.
Home Phone 72 Black

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