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May 01, 1912 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-05-01

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THE MIC

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and Nobby
in clothes

MUSIC AND DRAMA _
Majestic Theater.
There is a young woman appearing
at the Majestic theater this week by
the name of "Leona," who, aside from
the fact that she was born in Siberia,
has a remarkable soprano singing
voice of rare quality and sweetness.
She has a range from E below middle
C to F above high C and this is used in
a scene that she gives from the opera
"Faust" during which she imperson-
ates all of the leading characters, giv-
ing her an opportunity to show her
remarkable voice Leona is not in the
"freak" class, and she has attracted
a great deal of attention, not only
from the general public, but musicians
as well.

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FOUM~~
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
Found-On Ferry field Saturday, after-
noon, pocketbook containing small
sum of money. Owner may have
the same by calling at Room -322
Chemical Laboratory and identifying
his property. 147
WAXTE1' .
Lady Stude nts-Five lady students
wanted for outdoor vacation work.
Fair salary and more pay as you
learn it. Personal interview for
business particulars. Address (be-
fore Saturday) R. R. care Michigan
Daily. 147-48
LOST
Lost-Tuesday morning, long white
glove. Phone 637. ° 407 N. Ingalls.
147
Lost-On Ferry field Friday brown
Spaulding baseball glove. Reward.
1199=J. C. W. Miller, 414 E. Wash-
ington. 147

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

Soc'iety

Clothes

$118.00

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PAINTED WINDOW APPEARS
TODAY FOR SECOND TIME.

Field

$2%"5.ao00

Prize Poem and Real Livo News-
parre Story Feature
This Issue.

Muehlig &SchmidI
10 205 S. Main St.
r PARTIES
have a marked contrast, have your decorat-
romote cheerfulness, rather than sombre r e
our line of party appropriations,. You can-
iore appropriate to add to the attractiveness
jog your selections from our complete line o
Place Cards
s ' Lunch Sets
Dance Programs
-epe Papers, Etc.
to orders for Dance Program's, no matter
may be, it can be secured from us.
ettle & Schairer CO.
5 BINDERS STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
112 S. Main Street
~ENOXTailor,
ved HIS new stock of
id Summer Woolens
Goods Choic. Every Way

Resplendent in its permanent cover,
The Painted Window makes its secona
appearance on the campus this morn-
ing. Notable among the mat ter e~
tered in the second issue is the prize
poem, entitled "The Ieath of Judas,"
written by George 0. Spaulding which
was awarded the Field prize of $100 in
a recent contest. Other features which
figure are a number of shorter sketch-
es and stories, writtten by campus.
favorites.
The tone of the magazine as a whole
is consistent with the ideals which it
advanced in its first issue. However,
the subject matter appears to be more
diverse, and of a more popular stand-
ard than was the case in the initial
issue. The story which exemplifies
this in particular is a short story
from the pen of Loren Robin on, enti-
tled "Copy." In theme, it is. a news-
paper story, exalting the humble print-
er's devil, who rushes copy from the
reporter's room to the press.
MICHIGANENSIAN TO GO ON
S#LE, ABOUT FIRST OF MAY.

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For a pleasant evening go
Huron. U. of M. Boat House,
North Main St.

up the
foot of
147 tf

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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.
H. Lambert, 613 Williams. 136 tf
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
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
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Have your prints made on the paper
best suited to the negatives with the
same care that has made a reputation.
-Lyndon. 117 eod tf
Don't forget to call Hoppe when you
want a group photographed.
145 eod tf
Notice! Hoppe gets the best results
from your films. 145 eod tf
Don't pay good money for films and
then let someone experiment with
them. Take them to Lyndon instead.
117 eod tf

The Ann Arbor Taxicab 4
Taxis and Touring Cats on Call Day or Night. Theatre & Danol
BELL PHONE 1869 1 NORTH STA'I
HOME PHONE 114
Chicago and New York
No tailor can or will excel these mast
tailors in giving you what you want
clothes but other tailors will charge yo
much more. Let us show you the line
samples and take your measure.
215 So utb Maim St.
GREAT BARGAIN
yrup $1.35 perg
YIAJ STIL ' mat8c per pkg.,

1912 Year Book Will be Similar
Appearance to Last Year's
But Will be Larger.'

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The 1912 Michiganensian will be
placed on sale the first part of May.
All copy has been corrected and re-
turned to the printers who have prom-
ised to have the entire edition of 1,500
copies here within a few weeks. The
book will be similar in appearance to
last year's publication, having a full
black leather binding, but will contain
about fifty more pages.
More volumes than usual will be
published this year as the demand is
expected to be greater because of the
Seventy-fifth Anniversary Celebration.
The price will be the same, $2.50 a
volume.
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110.S. Main St 87 tf

DESERT EE
FORKS F
TO ALL LADIES
MATINEE TODAY
UR .:MUSICAL LASSIES

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White Line
Sterilizer, etc.
Second-Hand

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Developing and printing
promptly done t Hoppe's.

neatly and
145 eod tf

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QarryDru 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 alI
popular songs ten cents per copy, Vellowand Blue fifteen cents, Man
dolins, Guitars Banjos, and accessories, at lowest prices, quality con-
sidered. The house for the student to trade with.

.ge .Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
eJewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
secr alarms $1.00
Your Patronage is Well Cared jor Here

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Come in and see our 1912
SPALDING BASE BALL AND
GOLF GOODS -
SCHvMACHER

Punchnti
Brags all styles

308-310-312 SOUTH MAIN

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COMPLETE
of Songs and Song Cycles
Carrie J ond
gency for Gibson Mandolins
irsity Music House

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SHIRTS SPRIN

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Tel er ad about it-she won't
be j~~ous f yc sae a corner of'
ybuv y c or hFatinia Cigarettes.

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Soft and Starched Cuffs
with Collars to Match
TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers end Hatters
342 SOUTH STATE STREET

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hcsome fNI college pen-
;.cut ;_.' :2) --eection of 100.

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