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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TOM LOVELL
is looking for
OLD SHOES
Between now and end-
month

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The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
Found-Delta Sigma fraternity pin.
Owner can secure same by calling at
the office of The Michigan Daily,
proving his ownership, and paying
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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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Clubs
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call 570-L
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Meeting of the 1914 lit class today'
at 4:45 in west physics lecture room
to elect captain of the heavyweight
tug-of-war team.
Commerce club meeting at 7:30, eco-
nomics building.
Chairman senior sing committee of
all departments meet at Union at 5
o'clock today.
Soph lit basebal team will report
at South Ferry field at 3:30 today.
Meeting of Gargoyle Business staff
today at 5 o'clock.
Senior engineers may get caps and
gowns at Reule, Conlin & Fiegel's.
Choral Union ushers who will be
unable to serve at all five concerts
report to W. C. Hollands, university
library.
J lit baseball men report at South
Ferry field at 3 p. m. Game with soph
lits at 4 p. m.
Have you noticed the new prints in
Hoppe's window? They were made on
CYKO paper.
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.
Prints made on CYCO have made a
reputation for HOPPE the amateur
PHOTOGRAPHER in our town.
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
Full line of Reach Baseball goods
at H L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State St.
150-1-2-3
NOTICE. Work has commenced for
Hoppe's new studio.
Special.
We will-make you a cap any style to
match your suit without extra charge
during May. Suits $15.00 to $40.00.
Varsity Tailoring Parlors, over Cush-
ing's Drug Store. 151-2-4
See our line of Tennis raquets at
$1.50 to $8.00. H. L. Switzer Co., 310
S. State St. 150-2-3
Boys! Bring in your safety razor
blades to be resharpened-any make.
Work guaranteed. H. L. Switzer Co.,
successors to D. A. Killins, 315 S. State
St. 150-1-2-3

WANTED.
Wanted-A few reliable students for
good positions during July and Au-
gust. Enclose stamp and address,
Box 174, city. 149-154
Wanted-Some good men have not ar-
ranged for their summer work. Mr.
Smithson is training his men now
and you can still get in Tuesday and
Wednesday. 325 E. Jefferson. 1316-J.
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FOR RENT.
For Rent-For the summer months,
four-room apartment completely
furnished in Columbia neighbor-
hood, overlooking Riverside Drive
and Hudson River. Airy, cool, low
rent. Address C. D. Frank, 3115
Broadway, New York City. 150-5
FOB SALE
For Sale-Pool table in excellent con-
dition. 803 S. State St. Phone 1314.
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For Sale-Motorcycle, 1912 twin cyl-
inder. Positively new with equip-
ment coils and speedometer. Price
$180. 1443 Washtenaw Ave. Phone
1166. 152
For Sale-Two Festival tickets, fine
seats, main floor. Inquire 703 For-
est Ave. 152-3
For Sale-Excelsior 'Motorcycle in
good condition, late model. Price
$125. Call E. J. Kerker, 302 E. Mad-
ison. Phone 605-L. 152
For Sale-Typewriter. Visible writing
Franklin with carrying case. In fine
condition. Very cheap. Rose, 504
Lawrence St. Phone 210-L. 152-3
LOST
Lost-One dancing pump on either
Washtenaw or Church after Michi-
gan Union Dance. Call 280-L. 152
For a pleasant evening go up the
Huron. U, of M. Boat House, foot of
North Main St. 147 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. if

May
Festival
MAY 163 16, 17, 18,191
Reserved seats now on sale
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

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shoe repairing done. J. H. Lam-
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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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SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE SUB-
SQRIPT1ON SOLICITORS easilyearn
Liberal Commissions, also can pick up
extra prize money. For full particulars
regarding commissions, prizes, free
.d sine matter, sample copies,
address Desk C. 155 fifth Avenue'
New York Qity.

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POPULAR SONGS!
All the latest productions, ten cents per copy. One half off on Opera and Classic
music Look over our stock of small musical merchandise before purchasing.
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Home Phone z8; Bell Phone 1707.
Buy where you can get anything you call for
Goodyear'sDugStore
107 Soath Mafi Strect
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

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A good place to eat
Meals at all hours Dinner 25c
A. A. Hathaway
331 South Main Street
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You students who are ambitous to make }
money this summer should sell our novelty
and changeable signs, and gold and silver let- *EUt
ters to every bank, merchant, and to all the E E E
retail stores in your respective communities.
We make special sign cards for every indi-
vidual business-our gold and silver letters are
indestructible; they have the same appearance For Sal
as the ones put up by painters at tentimes their
cost. They are easy to sell because they meet a Wyy
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If $5.00 a day interests you, write now for W a
full particulars explaining our special students'
proposition.
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810 Gay Building, St. Louis, Mo.
HAA-385

Candy, Sodas, Sundaes with a reputation
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