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E MI

IGAN DAILY

EMI lOAN DAILY

B ROARI NOT TO FY MONOPlNE.
Student A viator is Authorized to Se-
cure a Machine.
According to the latest report, re-
ceived recently by George W. McKay,
'12 dent, the Military Board of the
state of Michigan will not purchase a
monoplane, to be used in connection
with the military maneuvers at the
annual camp this summer. The rea-
sons given by the board for such a
decision are long and detailed, but
the main point is to the effect that at
the present time the expense of buy-
ing such a machine would be too
heavy a burden on the military fund.
In addition to this objection, the board
does not wish to assume the risk in
case of accident.
McKay, who is captain of the Ypsi-.
lanti company of the National Guards,
had recommended to the board the
purchase of an aeroplane which he
was to fly for experimental military
purposes. He has been authorized to
rent a machine, if possible, and to
have it in flying condition for the

*CLASSIFIED ADS. *
FOUND
Tl Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles, tf
Found--A brass lantern leit at Daily
office last week b:y a searcher. Own-I
er may have same between 1 and 2'
p. m. by paying for this ad. 155
WANTED.
Wanted-A few reliable students for
goo- positions during July and Au-
gust. Enclose stamp and address,
Box 174, city. 149-154
FOR RENT.
For Rent-For the summner 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, Ne' York City. 150-5
For Rent-Home for sumer, rni sh-
ed. Seen rooms and sleeping porch.
1713 S. University Ave. Phone 1712-
,J. 155
LOST
Lost--Between Ferry field and frater-
. nity house a Theta Delta Chi Pin.
Finder please bring same to Daily
office. 154-5-6
L1D-On campus during swing-out,
M pin set with pearls. Reward.
Phone Bell 119-L.
Lost-Green crochet pocketbook on
campus. Please return, and receive
ample reward. A. L. Rehag, 513 E.
Williams. 155
Liberal Reward-For return of black
leather note-book, lost in library
Tuesday evening. Return to delivery
desk at 720 So. University. No ques-
tions asked. 155
FOR SALE
For Sale-Two May Festival tickets.
Reserved on main floor. Telephone
C. J. West, 524-L. 155
For Sale-Mission oak furniture. Com-
plete outfit for five rooms, Cheap.
Phone 1712-J. 155

Reading Standard Motorcycles.
Finest in the world. No limit to th
speed but the law. Come and get
demonstration. The East Side Cyclery
Co., corner of State and Washington.
eod t
Don-t pay good money for films and
then let someone experiment wit
them. Take them to Lyndon instead.
117 cod t

"If you want pot
er, but if you want
films, take them tc
155

Don't forget to call Hoppe
want a group photographed.
14
A few more banners and
at just one-half the price y
ordinarily pay any other tir
yer.
150
Pennants 1-4 off. Also Y
dies' Sweaters at cost for thi
"The Palais Royal."
Canoeists-For your trips t
a good inexpensive Guitar,
or Small Victrola, s'upplied b
erle & Son Ic House, 110
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(OLLEGE MEN WRITE OVER
IIAilF OF AMERICA'S FICTION,
The "Yale News" has recently pub.
lished some statistics to disprove ,
statement made by Owen Johnson to
the effect that few American writers
have been college men. Out of 759
authors of fiction taken by the "News"
as a basis for their statistics, 58 per
cent were found to be college gradu-
ates. From the smaller colleges
throughout the country, over fifty per
cent of these have graduated.
Harvard heads the list with 83 writ.
ers, far surpassing Yale, its nearest
rival. Michigan is represented by 9c
authors.
TWENTY YEARS AGO TODAY.
Michigan rooters -were criticised by
the Detroit Free Press for their "blat-
tant noisiness" at baseball games.
The president's house on the cam-
pus was nearly ready for occupancy.
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO TODAY.
The Wolverine baseball team, after
a long string of defeats, won from O.
S. U. by a 11 to 4 score.
Track hopes were shattered because
of the scarcity of candidates for the
team.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
All sophs out for relay tryouts Sat-
urday morning from 9 to 12 at the
fair grounds.
Senior lit baseball practice at 3
sharp. The game with the juniors for
the championship of the department
will be played and all seniors OUT.
Ikiportant'meeting of the Illini club
at 4 o'clock today, Tappan hall.
Soph lits report for practice 3:30
prompt. Game with fresh lits at 4:30.
Class presidents meet at Union
Tuesday at 5 o'clock.

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

up the
foot of
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. ti
A good shine every week day 5c.
Fine shoe repairing done. J. H. Lam-
bert, shoemaker, 613 E. William. 152 tf
The Ann Arbor Press products in
printing are of the finest quality. Call
and see. Press Bldg., Maynard S.
(Friday tf)
WANTED
A student who can secure the use of
a horse and buggy or auto, to work in
the vacinity of his home town curing
summer vacation. Enquire at 600 Lib-
erty St., Malcolm Bldg. Hours 8 to 12
a.n. 1:30 to51 p.m.

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Taxis and Touring Cars o
BELL PhONE 1869
HOME PhONE 150

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POPULAR SONCS!
All the latest productions, ten cents per copy. One half off on Opera and Classic
unisic Look over our stock of small musical merchandise before purchasing.
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Home Phone I8; -Bell Phone 1707.
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That's what they say wh4
a pretty dress floats dovw

nd Fraternity
s $2.50 Arnold

ell Cared for Here '

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-Come in and see our 1912
SPALDING BASE BALL AND
- GOLF GOODS -
liar'wa.re Co.

Across from Majestic

the street

80W PICTURES
That's what they say whe

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Bags all Styles'

308-310-312 SOUTH MAIN

they go to the

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Neckwear

We invite your insection of our ne of Wasi
Neckwear. You will find in it nothing but
the latest designs and styles of Four-in-
hands in both domestic and imported fabrice.
TINKER & CO PANY
342 S. State Street Ann Arbor, nich.

Admission 5 cents

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