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May 01, 1912 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-05-01

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A

Whitney Theatre
MONDAY, MAY 6th

NI

TED R c T FROM
THNE H UDSO J
~THEATER, N. Y.
SHENRY B. HARRIS
~PRESENTS

A~MERICAS GREATEST
EMOTIONAL
ACTRESSft

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Prices
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~ P A GR~EAT
A GREAT PLAY
;-'THAT 15 A
?GREAT SUCCEISS
" 35-50-~75-,1.00-1.50
Sale Friday A.M., Ma~y 3

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"I)WN-TOW1N" GARGOYLE
MNEETS WTITH RECORD SALE.
The sales of the "down-town" num-
ber of the Gargoyle have passed the
mark set by any previous issue of tha:
publication during this year. Owing
to the fact that an unusually large edi-
tion was printed, however, there are
still a good many copies left which
may be purchased at the stores.

It will only cost senior lits a bit of
their time this afternon to get out on
South Ferry field and help their team
put over the long end of a baseball
score. Game called about 4 o'clock.
J lit baseball practice at South Fer-
ry field today at 3 p. m.
All freshmen interested in tennis
meet in the trophy room of Waterm~an
gym tonight at 7:15.

English 01
Direct from its famot
the all star cast intac
augumented orchestr

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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Senior engineers order invitations
this week. Committee will be in en-
gineer society rooms Saturday 9 to 12
and 2to 4.
Soph lit baseball practice this af-
ternoon at South Ferry field at 3:30.
Camnewith senior lits at 4:15.
Soph engineers will hold their last
class dance at Granger's on Monday
evening, May 6.
Rifle pract- ce at Mc~lillan hall rane
ftonight, 7 to 9.

Half c's
Bo0

Sunday Excursion

via

MICKICA14 CENTRAL
MAY f 5, 1912
knuruing 4anio Day

EVE

TO

Jackson 6oc'

r coats

Off enbach's

Gcand Rapids $2.00

Tr,:in~(lcave AnnArbr rti5 a.n. m.Tickets
accited in) conche~s ouly. 13ggage will not
ho e"!!eolo'd on these tickets:
SCRIBNER'S MTAGAZINE ;SUB-
=CIRIPTlON SOLICITORS easilyearn
Li~eral Commissions, also can pick up
extra prize money. For full particulars
reearding commissions. prizes, free
ad sing~ matter, sample copies.
address Desk C. 1.55 Fifth Avenue'
New York City.

THE

last for

111 d aysBOTH AIS N
I3ETS GRMENTS

AMW MERCHANT
A K y ir TAILOR..
NIV ERSITY AVENUE

Os3car Hammerstein'
New York M~anhattan
operatic sensation of Euj

a'

.r Shop

near the Campus that is

with the Most Perfect Shoe

PRICES

' IS

EVEN INS 35-50-7

HOE REPAIR COMPANY"
OF THE DIG ELECTRIC SHOE)

SPECIAL

BARGAIN

? m-50-75

and

611 East William Street

do so much better work than is possible in any other shop,;
:aptly. We send for and deliver work.
Horne Phonae 72 Black

Samples of
ACADEMIC COSTUME
A r now on display here. For sale or to
ren t. Iuni _rsity professors are Invited,
to callI
MACK & CO.
Maid Street

Seats on safe
orders now.

hursdaye

for Cap and Gown Photographs 0. C. MAI&D

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