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October 20, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-10-20

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THE i-,wfCYIIc*Aq DAILY
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j UNIVERSITY NOTICES j
Freshmen out for mass meeting to
night at 7 o'clock in west lecture r~oom,.
physics building.
Student Councilmen meet at South
Ferry field, 3:15 this afternoon to 'put
up poles for rush.
J lit football practice. South. Ferry
field, after class meeting. First game
Monday.
J engineer football practice every
afternoon, South Ferry field.
J. law football practice 3 p.~ m.,~
South Ferry field.
Soph engineer football. practice;
South Ferry field, 3:30. Electioni of
captain.
Meeting of executive committee of
musical clubs, 7 p. m. tonight at the
Union.
Alpha Nu Meeting, 7:30. Visitors
invited.
All Illinois men meet Friday in Tap-
pan Mall at 4 p. m.
Band rehearsal tonight at 7:00, Mc-e
Millan hall. Fischer.
Class Meetings.
Senior lawvs, 1 p. in., room B, 't4
vote on con stitu tional amendment.
Senior engineers, 5 p. mn., room 411,
new engineering building.
J. engineers, 7:15, room 311, new en-
gineering building.
Soph medics, 11 a. m. P. Chem.
lecture room.
Soph engineers, 4:30, room 311,1
Fresh engineers, 3 p. in., moons 348
new engineering building.;.

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*or at Quar'sDrug 'Store, N.*
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These Adsin' ~Results.*
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Wanted-Young lady to represent us{
at, the University of Michigan. We,
have an attractive salary aind com
mission offer for the righlt party.,
Apply direct to S. Liebermn & Co.
Tailor. 4ade Dresses, 507 W. Jack-
son Blvd.,Chicago, Ill., or to the
Business Manager of The Michigan
Daily. tf
Wanted-R~oommate, one to help care
for furnace for rent of room. 714
Monroe St., 1073-L.' 15-16
FOIIND
Found,-An. alligator skin pocket-
book ;containing lbills, jmoney ode
and receipts from South Norwalk,
Con'in. Owner may ;have samne by
calling Joseph Krapt at Hygienic
~Room in Medical B~uilding, 7 a.. in.
ad5p.in. 1&1
FOR RENT.
To 'ent=-Large double suite, reason-r
able. Apply 'Mrs. Hurl'ey, 604 E.
Madison "St 15-16-17
Fof Rent-One suite half block south
of campus. Nicely furnished. South-
ern exposure. All modern improve-
ments. Cut price. 636 S. Thayer.
12-14 &16
Shes rep.aired wile yo u wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. t
Sweaters cut over at the Palai
Royal, 209 E. Liber'ty. 1-tf
Get your' tickets now. 3 ifor $1 for
shampoo, facial 'and scalp imassage.
Just for one week beginning Monday.
Mrs. R~. I. 1rojaA4vski, '1110 South
University. 11-17
A new line of jBrowns and nubby
Grey suitings lust arrived. M. W. Mill-
ward, 330 S. State St. 7tf

PURE WOOLEN FABRICS
AND HAND MADE GARMENT S
The cloth~es of wide-awke gentlemenL at mod
prices.
We. know that your visit to our store will be mutually profitable

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Rosenberg presses suits--25
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cents.
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the best now and have it'e
colleue Ask u'
FUELBER & ZEV
310 s. Stte St.

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Strictly all wool igits to measure
$15.00. Fit guaranteed. Varsity Tail-
oring Parlors, 336 S. SMate. Roy P.
Henry. tf
For a quiet afternoon or evening go
UTI the Huron. U. of Mv. BOAT MIV-
EHRY. 12
Polish your floors with Old Enlish
Floor Wax. We have the genuine ar-
ticle. Major & Co., b tht phones. $tf
Hoppe has the jbest MV Scrap Book
in the city. Caland see it before buiy-
ing elsewhere. 13 '&c 15
All the football men's pictures on
sale at Hoppe's 'also a picture of the
Cross Country Squad. Call and see
them. 1315'
BESIMER'S GRILL - harcoal
Grilled Porterhouse~ Steaks, : 113 W
Huron St.. Upstairs, opposite Inter-
urban Station. 1-24 eod'
Shoe repairing, laces and polish. for
~sale. J. H. Lamibert, 613 E. William St..
3 cod tf,

4RA3NGER'S SchooV, of
Opens October loth..Classes for Ladics aid G >lt(me 11.7-
dayevenings, 7:00,to 8:00. or particulars call at Academ^
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Schaelberle &-'Son, Music House, 110i
S. Main' St. 'tf
velop and pt. 'Thie results wilh l be
most satisfactory.135
Roseniberg drycleans sweaters. 12t
Three 'Indian 'Motyls slightly
St. ' 13to '18
Rosenberg drycl1aI1 suits. 2tf
Special prices on Maylwer, Wa~h
'burn;-Baon another leading,makes.
of' maindolins and 'guitars at- (Grinnell's
Music House. " ~ ' 14tf

Research Club Elects Off5eers
At its meetinig the Research club
elected the following officers for the
coming year WGednesday night: presi-
dent, P~rof. Karl Guthe; vice-president,
Prof. M. Gomnberg; '-sec'retar'y and
ors, Proifessors Barret, obbs and
Bonner.

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