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April 30, 1912 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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No.4ReverseSd
Blank Certiicat. s sent
up~fl request

ASKET'BLUL GIRLS CELEBRATE.
Hold Banquaet and Atward Numerals
'Tomorrow at Barbour Gym.
The annual basketball banquet will
be held W ednesday evening, May 1, at
6 o'clock at-B~arbour gymnasium. Any
girls interested in bask~etball, whether
they played on the teams or not, are
invited to attend. The tickets, which
are 35 cents, may be procured from
any of the captains or at the gymnasi-
um office.
M1ary -W'oodhiull, '12, president of the
W7omen's Athletics sociation will pre-
side at the banquet. There will be no
formal speeches, but the numerals will
be gi ven to all who played #on the
teams. The freshmen will receive the
r -0111 in addition, as winners of the
camipus championship. The captains
for next year, and the basketball man-
ager will probably be elected at this
time. Dancingwvil follow the banquet
EQUAL S;-FFRAGE ,,ASSOCIATION
Wl"l r.R, c MRS1. ilALE LECTURE
Eqcual suaffra;;e agitation in this city
will reeive an impetus when Mrs.
Swinburn Hale will come here to
speak on the subject in the High
School auditorium on Friday, May 10.
MTrs. Hale was formerly Beatrice For-
bes-Robertson of the New Theater,
New, York City;, and wife of Forbes-
Rcobrtson, the well known actor. She
,will appear here under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Equal Suffrage Asso-
ciation, this lecture being one of a
number planned by the local advocates
of women's rights.
A limited nunmber of tickets for the
lecture will be sold in advance. ThI~ese
will sell for ten cents and may be ob-
tained from members of the associa-
tion or at the State street stores.
While in the city, Mrs.'Hale will be
the guest of Mlrs. George WV. Patterson.
Y. 11. C a. Officials 3feet Tonight.
Plans for the ensuing year will be
formnulated and men for the various
committees chosen at the first meeting
of the new Y. M, C. A. cabinet officers
and committee chairmen at the Linda
Vista at 5:30 this evening.
Tau 'Beta 1iN to Dine at Union.
Tau Meta Pi, honorary engineering
society, will hold its monthly dinner at
the Union this evening. The dinner
will be entirely informal and no pro-
<gram has been arrang~ed.

Ut-I IWO1I-IIWEI BULLETIN
IS BEING DISTRIBUTED.
r
Ai-Koh-Heithe Chinese nation-
al union, has compiled its fourth bul-
letin, and copies are being distributed
by Samuel H. Kee, '12, business man-
ager of th^e union. It has been mlodel-
ed on a plan entirely distinct from
preceding issues, and embodies a num-
ber of unique features.
The following students are listed in
the bulletin as holding offices in the
union: T. C. Chun, '14 E, and S. Tang,
'14 E, associate editors; Albino I. Sy-
cip, '12 L, auditor; and Young Chen,
'14 11, contributing editor.
MICIGAVN IS REPRESENTED
ON RESCUE SHlIP? CARPATHIIA.
Ann Arbor is not to be without its
Titanic tale. A letter received in Ann
Arbor last week from Nason Collins
Johnson, '11, tells of his terrible ex-
periences on the rescue ship, when
the ill-fated Titanic went down. John-
son, who left here at the end of last
semester was en route to Europe for
a few month's vacation., but was
brought back when the rescue work
on the Titanic began. He will sail
again at the earliest opportunity.,

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Love 'Tales of Mumiiai
Night 8:15

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UNI'VERSI'TY NOTICES

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Seat Sale Thursday, May 21 A GREATF
IPrices 35,.5.1.00I"GREAT PLAY_
1.0THAT:I5 AGQRAT SUC
For the Bath in Hrd
Our Glycerine Soap i s a ctassy article 'Nhich nects ever,
anent for the toilet.
Two odors, White Rose or Violet, full halft pour d cake
freely in- hard wvater; pe-rfectly transparent, look:, good en~oti
in f tor it> couldn't be belItei- at a ighcr 1pritce. It's a pert
prodluct and we sell it right- -
I Oc a crake, 3 forr 25c.
E. C. EOSILL, Prop.
1 22 S. Main St. PrescriptionS

J lit baseball practice at South Fer-
ry field today at 3.
Senior lit baseball practice at 4:00
o'clock at South Ferry field.
Kentucky club dinner 'at Union Sat-
urday at 5:30.
Architects Mandolin' club practice
at the Baptist Guild tonight at 6:30.
M.eeting of Gargoyle business staff
Tuesday at 5 p. mi.
'13 E baseball team report at South
Ferry field today at 2:30 for opening
game wAith '14 E.
Soph lit baseball practice at 'South
Ferry field at 2:15 today.
COIL SONS & VINING
New York
makers of
Academic Costume
Ctaps, Gowns and
Hoods for all degrees
,. MACK to CO.
,? _Representatives

The Ann
BOTH 'lO-NlES
BE.LL PHONE 1869
ROME PHONE 150

Arbor Taxicab C
114 N ORTH STATVE

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JTaxi on Call Day or Night. Theatre & Dancing Parties a Specialty An

The special feature at
TH'E TE'MPLE

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2 '14

Full Two
Ounce Tn

AREAL timber-toppertlisVel-
Avet!I It has huniag frd-m th e
timbers of the warehoase for GIIer
two years. This is to get rid of
the leaf harshness-only ti~ne and
patience can annihilate the " ite" in to.,
bacco. Velvet is perfect nnelowess-
a flavor delightfully good -- supearblyC
smooth. Sometimes when you are at
,the dealer's ask for "Velvet" and take
a chance? It's only by comparison that
Velvet is the smoothest1

Bay & Jdmunds'
Canoe paddles
FISHING TACKLE
And All Kinds of
Sporting Goods
121 East Liberty Street
Rell 182
'MAJESTIC
C DESERT F E
TO ALL LADIES
WED. APer" l
GamngMUSICAL LASSIE S

_ FIN OTGRGYGLE
No limit to the speed but the law
"fe s SieCyclery Co.
Corner State and Washington

April 306h
Will be tMe B1ST 01 M~e
A great <?chitezeni t of tie .
Mtion Picture %will be picmtr-
ed in thLe ti H; Vi
K3 long reels will b~e required to run this film
through
An Imported Picture
Acted and taken in OLD IRELAND
This rnext TUES DAY wlti ee to orrorturnily to
iou to go back again to Ireland.

In eves
LIADBILIT!

This next Tuesday

Hi Led Eve;rytli n}
Th le INDIAN is the
ucwsf'rWASHTENAW CC
j 119 W. Washington Street
IBicycles, Motorc3
Autoqmobiles
rSupplics and Repaj

For,

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CAN YOU DSTINGIT,1SH BETWEEN. WH AT
IS GOOD AND WHAT' LOOKS GOOD

It is our aim to make this store more than simply a place to
purchase Clothes.
To this en1 we--li v~ tdc tailoring, fabrics and style.
We believe that the mu~ignae, or the man who lacks te-
chinical knowdcge can Lgaiu au great deal by getting acquainted
with us.
Our ""Adler Bros." clo th irg e;blcdies the best the world
leas to offe.- in, the tailorin1g, f'abrics adsye
Y ou will1 undoubtedly be gr~tified with what knowledge you
gain from a -isit to us.

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Have -you ,seen
"E LOIA" A4l$
The latest collarn
for now?
S w ~eft
Fits :sweI I
4 PLY. 1/4 SIZES
IV, 2. for 2%5
FPJSBIE/ VN&' JA(
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for p air of
20h CENTURY ROLLER
mot children's skates butn
rin ning model w-ith e-xact;
>>,ett " bal.anceOf anlice~
only roller skate with N
make a graceful, curveds
you have witeak ankles the
suipport reoUs 'allstrail
nitter know w.hat good fu
ing is until you have tried
ury. Thecy make poors
AVIjI n 001saess:ll parts guaran)teedi ag-a
'workmaenship and! inaterht
Paid on receipt of $5.00.
inig give Length Of Shoe it
Kohior Die & Specialty Cot
811) W. Washington Bid., C

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CONLIN

&FiIL GEL
200-212 outh Main, Street

I I Samples of
I IACADEMIC COSTUME
*IAre now on d is j0ay hte re. F or sale or to
rent. Univ rsit.y professors are invited
MACK & CO.
. Sate Street

For Sale in Am.n Arbor by
Wagner & Co~

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