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April 30, 1912 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-04-30

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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Joseph F. Sheehan.
America's greatest tenor and the fin-
t company ever heard in English
pera, coming to the Whitney Saturday
.ay 4, presenting Balfe's favorite op-
ra, "The Bohemian Girl" at matinee
nd a magnificent production of Offen-
ach's wonderful opera "The Love
ales of Hoffmann" in the evening.
The tour of this organization has
een most notable and Ann Arbor
fortunate in having an opportunity
hearing these artists.

* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
FOUND
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
WANTED.
Wanted-Boarders for a round table
at Wuerthi's. 1212 S. University.
145-6-7
Students-Call at 527 lE Liberty re-
garding summer employment any
time up to 9 p. m. 146
Wanted-Men to save $3 to $4 on a
Goodyear raincoat. Direct from fac-
tory. Sae for 10 days. Geo. W. Ky-
er, 721 N. University. 146
Wanted-Students to buy Goodyear
raincoats for $3.75. A regular $7
coat for 10 days only. Geo. W. Kyer,
721 N. University. 146
LOST,

May
Festivi

MAY 15

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"DIE JOURNALISTEN" CAST
DINES AT UNION TOMORROW.

scher Vere
tive officer
tendered a
at the Ur.
Professor
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nition of the success of "Die
n," presented by the Deut-
in, the cast and administra-
s of the production will be
banquet by the organization
ion Wednesday evening.
J. A. C. Hildner, the
lirector of the pro-
vill act as toastmaster.
will be informal and as yet
m has been decided upon.
Winkler head of the German
t will speak and various
f the cast and others will
n for informal talks.

The soone
the lbetter

Lost-On campus or in class
small mink collar. Phone1
Reward. 1
Lost-Will the party who took v
raincoat at library Monday
noon, between 2 and 5:30, retur
garment to the library check
or Quarry's Drug Store? No
tions asked. Coat was olive c
and can easily be identified.

sroom,
173-2r.
44-5-6

MAYN AR D

CLE FRANCAIS TO HOLD
ANNUAL SPRING HOP MAY S.

Notice'
Seniors may now secure
and Gowns at Mack & Co.

their Caps
145-6-8

;ring dance of the Cer-
ill be held at the Golf
ning of May 8, instead
eviously announced to
ers of the Cercle. The
s open to the active
e club, and to their
Jal invitation. It gen-
e year's activity of the
ear however, it will be
trip to Detroit, May 10,
e ou l'on S'ennuie" will
ENTERTAINED
ARBOR CLERGYMEN
R. Brown, Dean of the
al Seminary, was the
at a luncheon given
he pastors of the city
Men's Christian Asso-
own made a speech in
home to the minds of
ie need of more young
ristian ministry. Yes-
1n he met and talked
a number of young
o enter the ministry.

Good positions for a few reliable
students, July and August. Enclose
stamp and address, Box 174 City.
143-4-5-6
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
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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Tug-of-War Candidates Must Weigh In.
Contrary to a report which appeared
in The Daily last week the periods for
the weighing in of the freshmen for
the tug-of-war will be limited to Tues-
day and Wednesday from one to two
and from four to six. No freshman
under 150 need weigh in.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS WILL
INSPECT DETROIT FACTORIES
The class in chemical engineering
will leave Ann Arbor Friday noon for
an inspection trip to Detroit, which
will continue until Saturday evening.
The following plants will be visited:
Berry Brothers Varnish Works, Queen
Anne Soap Factory, Armstrong
Harness and Leather Company, The
Carl Schmidt Tannery, Acme White
Lead Company and the Morgan &,

Isn't your COIlio
costing moretha
Remember how you planned when you de-
cided to come to college to live on just a certain
amount---perhaps a little more .than the estim-
ate given in the catalog?
Haven't you found hundreds of things the
catalog did'nt mention at all for:which you mu
st spend money? Of course you have---every
college student does,
You've probably told your father that you
can live on just so much---and now you find him
hard to convince that you really need what
money you have to send home for.
There is a way though, that you can reduce
your expences and still spend the same as now.
And that way is afforded by the Franklin
System.
This is the plan --you just ask your dealers,
grocers, confectioners, clothiers, haberdashers,
cigar merchants, etc., for Franklin "Certifi-
cates," and take them to the State Savings.
Bank, where they are considered as cash.
These "Certificates" represent an actual
discount of 2 1-2;---and are given with all cash
purchases of ten cents and over.

Franklin
known for
ings. You
than form(

and

w rigl. xubber u.
Lindenoid Waterproof and -Wear-
proof Sole Leather. Guaranteed. J.
H. 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
Ladies interested in journey in Ann
Arbor at Chautauqua, N. Y., inquire
at the high school from 2:15 to 3:15
Tuesday or Thursday. 145-6
Go to Major and Co. for boat paints.
145-50
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.
Sixteen foot canoe for sale. Call at
316 Thompson. 146-7-8

Think of how much you s
wouldn't 2 1-2%o of that amoi
handy about now?
Or if you belong to a clu
can join with the other fellow
"Certificates" and soon raise
your treasury.
It's not a question of redi
by sacrificing---or even doin
you can spend just as you
SAVE ON WHAT YOU S]
It means a bank account
p byibg the money out to dea
If it's worth while to hav
while to ask for and save
Cates."

It's

worth

wh

The Franklin Cooyany,

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