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April 26, 1912 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OBJECTIONABLE STABLES
1BE TORN DOWN.

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clothes

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ked contrast, have your decorat
erfulness, rather than sombre re
party appropriations,. You can-
priate to add to the attractiveness
ections from our complete line o
Place Cards
Lunch Sets
Dance Programs

Continued from page 1.)
granted a leave of absence after June
6, in order that ,he may leave for
Berkeley, Cal., where he will teach in
summer school this summer. Mr. Au-
brey Tealdi was granted a leave of
absence after June 4 with the under-
standing that his work would be cared
for until his return.
The proposed course in home eco-
nomics was brought up for discussion,
but was referred back to the commit-
tee for further action.
ThetBoard received an invitation
from the Forestry club to attend the
annual field day and barbecue to be
held at the Saginaw forestry farm on
May 11.
Further steps were taken in pro-
viding against possibility of a fire in
Barbour gymnasium, thus bringing to
a close the agitation begun some time
ago.~
The official colors for the university
were finally decided upon. The shades
chosen were a deep, brilliant sky blue
and maize.
Medic Committee Reports.
Notice was given to the Board that
the committee for the preservation of
the old medic build g did not use the
$275 voted as expense money, and that
the committee members had paid the
expenses themselves.
The homeopathic department was
granted permission to send a delegate
to the convention of the American In-
stitute of Homeopathy to be held in
June at Pittsburg. It was voted to
place screens in the eye and ear ward
of the University hospital.
A letter from the local chapter of
the Daughters of the Revolution, of-
fering to plant an elm tree on th'e
campus, was received. The tree is from
the old home of George Washington
at Mt. Vernon. The proposal was ac-
cepted but the location of the tree was
not decided upon.
The degree of Bachelor of Arts was
awarded to Carolyn S. Ledyard, and
leave of absence from May 15 to Oct.
1 was granted to Amanda Belser, clerk
in the library. Three nurses, Cordelia
Robers, Pearl V. Babcock, and Helen
Mumford were granted diplomas from
the training school of the University
hospital.
ELECTION OF ENGINEERING
' SOCIETY OFFICERS IS HELD
W. S. Hopkins; '13 E, Is Chosen Presi-
dent. D. ,. Baron, '12 E, Will be
Chairman of Technic. ,
The annual elections of the Engi-
neering society were held last night in
room 311 of the new engineering
building. D. M. Daron was elected
without opposition for chairman of the
Technic board, owing to the withdraw-
al of the other nominees for the po-
sition.
The su cessful candidates were:
president, W. S. Hopkins, '13 E; vice-
president, R. H. Braun, '14 E; record-
ing secretary, W. R. Drury, '13 E; cor-
responding secretary, F.C. Gibbs,'13 E;
treasurer,.C. A. Crowe, '14 E; libra-
rian, J. A. Otto, '13 E; chairman Tech-
nic Board, D. M. Daron,. '13 E; regis-
trar, Carl Pfeifer, '14 E.

* CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOUND
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
LOST,
Lost--New York State Club pin. Re-
turn to Van Doren's Drug Store or
call 1314. Reward. 143
Lost-Will person who borrowed a
Laughlin fountain pen last Monday
in Registrar's office kindly leave the
same at Quarry's drug store as soon
as possible.
WANTED.
Wanted-Several students to sell stock
in well established business. An ex-
cellent chance for hustlers. Address
Box P, Michigan Daily. 143
Wanted-By a large real estate firm
of Detroit, several students to sell
real estate. Box P, Michigan Daily.
143
FOR SALE
For Sale-Two fine oriental rugs. In-
quire Mrs. Foster, 814 S. University
Ave. 143
For Sale-A baseball mitt, excellent
condition, cheap. 1110 White Ave.,
one block east of Ferry field club-
house. 143
The Ann Arbor Press products in
printing are of the finest quality. Call
and see. Press Bldg., Maynard S.
(Friday tf)
BOAT PAINTS.
A strictly high grade paint for boats.
Also recommended for automobile
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 :he paint ourselves enables us to
use the very best materials that mon-
ey can buy.
C. H. MAJOR & CO. 203 E. Washing-
ton Street. 1 3
Don't pay good money for films and
then let someone experiment with
them. Take them to Lyndon instead.
117 eod tf
Have your prints made on the paper
best suited to the negatives with the
same care that has made a reputation.
-Lyndon. 117 eod ti
Good positions for a few reliable
students, July and August. Enclose
stamp and address, Box 174 City.
143-4-5-6
Reading Standard Motorcycles.
Finest in the world. No limit to the
speed but the law. Come and get a
demonstration. The East Side Cyclery
Co., corner of State and Washington.
tf
Men students who want positions
as traveling salesmen during
summer vacation, see Mr. Toms,
821 E. Washington. Make appoint-
ments evenings by phone. 1815. 143-5

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Ladies Orchestra
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Outdoor

For Young Men
And Men Who Stay Young
You like to see a well-dressed man- -makes you w
yourself, if you're not.
We would like the opportunity of selecting a style
that in our judgment would most become you and I

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formation. Ti
travel together.
ALEXA
Butterick Build

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secured from us.
chairer Co.
STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
112 S. Wain Street

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And Now Comes
"EL 0-1A"
The ckunI of;Cod udreers.
a{di o-p; Paris a-'y{
4i poiwts. 4 plyd
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Fcr Sale i Ann Arbor

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terilizer, etc.
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The Ann Arbor Taxicab C
BELL PhONE 1869 111 NORTH STAT
HOME PUSNE 150
Taxi on Call Day or Night. Theatre & Dancing Parties a Specoal

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yDrug Co.

* Who are the Leaders?
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Leads all others in the musical line: "Sailing" J Hop song, and all
popular songs ten cents per copy, :Yellowand Blue fifteen cents, Man-
dolins, Guitars Banjos, and accessories, at lowest prices, quality con-
sidered. The house for the student to trade with.

s. Cooper
&CO.
Cash 11eat Market
109 EAST ANN STREET
Just North of Court House
We handle all home killed meats

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an Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
y. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.00
Patronage is Well Cared for Here
Across from Majestic

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Come in and see our 1912
SPALDING BASE BALL AND
GOLF GOODS -
SCHUMACHER
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Punching
Bags all styles

308-310-312 SOUTH MAIN

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gs and Song Cycles
J. Bond
or Gibson Mandolins
Music House

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SHIRTS SPRING

SHIRTS

Soft and Starched Cuffs
with Collars to Match
TINKER & COMPANY
Furn shers sAe Hatters
342 SOVTH 'STATIC STRICLT

Give us trial order and be con-
vinced that home dressed meats are
superior to shipped meats, fish and
poultry.
We delive r to alli par ts, f the
city by 'Mrchant's Deliverh.'
Order early and avoid the rush

Tesday,
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