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April 27, 1912 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TO REPAIR WOMEN'S
GYM, AGAINST...FIRE..
Repairs Making Egress From Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall Easy
to Conmmence at Once.
DRAW PLANS FOR SHOPS HERE.

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Repairs for the purpose of providing
against the possibility of fires in Bar-
bour gymnasiumg will be made at once,"
stated H. H. Marks, Suprintendent of
Grounds and Buildings, yesterday af-
ternoon.
The scope of the repairs will be lim-
ited to making egress from Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall as easy as possible,
so that in case of fire in the hall, the
place could be emptied in a short
space of time. The windows opening
on the balcony of the third floor at the
west end of the building will be efi-
larged and made over into doors, and
from the balcony, stairs leading down
to the level of the gym floor will be
erected. These changes will allow the
emptying of the gallery without using
the narrow stairway that leads from
the gallery of the hall to the second
floor.
The repairs will be completed in a
comparatively short space of time, and
when finished, the gallery, which has
not been allowed to be put in use for
some time, may again be utilized for
teseating of persons in the hall..
Shoo Plans to Be Drawn Here
The regents have half a dozen pros-
pective locations for situating the new
shops and storehouse, and until the
matter is definitely decided, no infor-
mation concerning the location will
be given out. Plans for the structure
will be drawn by the university drafts-
man, working under the direction of
Superintendent Marks.
C. L. TRAVERSO TO ACT,
AS REPRESENTATIVE.
Charles L. Traverso, '11 lit, has been
appointed to represent the University
at a meeting of the International Ed-
ucatiopal Society at Lima, Peru, in1
July.. While in college Mr. Traverso1
was a prominent member of the Cos-
mopolitan club and last year was chos-
en as its major delegate to the Nation-,
al convention held at Peru, Ind.
Fresh Engineers Dine Monday Night.
The last in the series of fresh engi-
neer Union dinners will be held next
Monday evening at seven o'clock. Dean
V. C. Vaughan and Prof. Rich and sev-
eral members of the class will-be call-
ed upon by T. H Bushnell, toastmaster,
for speeches, t

LOST,
Lost-New York State Club tin. Re-
turn to Van Doren's Drug Store or
call 1314. Reward. 144
Lost-On campus or in classroom,
small mink collar. Phone 173-2r.
Reward. 144-5-6
FOR SALE
For Sale-A baseball suit, excellent
condition, cheap. 1110 White Ave.,
one block east of Ferry field club-
house. 144
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.
(Sat.)
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.
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Some-excellent-ones at $6.00
Some good ones at-$5.00
Some others at $4.00
The sooner you buy,
the better your choice
University School of Music
MAYNARD STREET

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MAY4 1 4 6,147, 18,1191 2
Reserved seats now on sale

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Printer to the Student Body
Satisfaction and PROMPTNESS
- ' - Cuaranteed - - -
215 So. Main Street.

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Men students who warit positions
as traveling salesmen during
summer vacation, see Mr. Toms,
821 *E. Washington. Make appoint-
ments evenings by phone. 1815. 143-5
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
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
Lindenoid Waterproof and Wear-
proof Sole Leather. Guaranteed. J.
I-I. Lambert, 613 Williams. 136 tf
Motorcycles. Don't forget PIERCE
ARROW Motorcycles when making
your' 1912 selection. B. A. Thomas,
County Agent, 1113 Willard.,138 to 146
Is your Kodak loaded? Lyndon.
144-45
Collegiate Alumni to Meet Seniors.
The Ann Arbor chapter of the Colle-
giate Alumnae association will enter-
tain the women of the senior class at.
the house of Mrs. A. C. Jennings, a
director, this afternoon. It is an an-
nual custom to hold this reception,
that of last year being held at the
home of Mrs. H. B. Hutchins.
WANTED
A Man to work in Battle Creek
during summer vacation, on salary
Apply in writing 302 First Nat'l
Bank Bldg.

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Gould Still In Critical Condition.
Physicians attending Frederic E.
Gould, '13, report that his condition
remains unchanged. He is still se-
riously ill at a local private hospital
and the crisis in his illness has not
yet passed.

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Rent a Kodak today, 16c.

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Furnish the Ice Cream for
Your Party
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Frats
'OUR SPRING

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, Yellow and Blue fifteen cents, Man-
dolins, Guitars Banjos, and accessories, at lowest prices, quality con-
sidered. The house for the student to trade with.
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How clean our Soda Water is-=how
every glass and.spoon is washed=how
good the materials we use, you wot
think of buying soda water anywhere
never get a second hand glass or sp
nor are they just rinsed in cold water.
and hot water with clean towels ar
just like your mother's kitchen.

Goodyear sDrugStr
107 S ou th M a " &S tre at
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

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Candy, Sodas, Sundaes with a.reputation
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