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May 16, 1912 - Image 3

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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Beautiful Chorus in "A Winning Miss"
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"A Winning Miss" company which
always boasted of the prettiest chorus
in musical comedy will be seen at the
Majestic theater for a three days' en-
gagement, commencing tonight. The
personnel of the chorus has been giv-
en careful attention by the manage-
ment for a special vaudeville tour and
for beauty cannot be surpassed by any
traveling organziation. The company
numbers twenty-five people on the
stage, carries its own musical-direct-
or, carpenter, electrician, wardrobe
woman and property man. There are
two beautiful scenes in this musical
play, one showing the Lake Shore
Country Club and the other the Chica-
go Yacht Club. The electrical effects
are marvelous, and the costuming on a
par with the most expensive produc-
tions of this kind.
Barristers Hold Monthly Luncheon.
At the monthly luncheon of Barris-
ters, the senior law honorary society,
held at the union yesterday, Gardiner
S. Williams spoke on "Relations of
Business Law in Practical Experi-
- ence," and Albert H. Walker, the New.
York patent lawyer who is lecturing
here on patent laws, spoke concerning
"Patent Laws."
Gould's Condition is Improving.
Frederic E. Gould, '13, who is recov-
ering from a severe case of pneumo-
nia, recently underwent an operation
on the plural cavity. His condition is
slowly improving, but it will be some
weeks before he has totally recovered.
UNIVBRSITY NOTICES

* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
FOUND
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
WANTED.
Wanted-To rent 30 revolvers for Fri-
day, May 17. Call at our store at
once if you have one or more to
rent. H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. state
St. 157 tf
Wanted-Members to join local motor-
cycle club. Send written applica-
tions to B. A. Thomas, 1113 Willard
St. 159-60-61
FOB SALE
For Sale-A German make violin val-
ued at $150.00. Will sell cheap. Call
1668-L. 157-60
For Sale--Due bills at liberal dis-
counts on tailors, furnisher, State
street photographer, and art store.
Call 3:30 to 5 at alumni association
office, Memorial Hall. 160
LOST,
Lost-A silver chain and pendant with
three coral drops. Call 687 Bell.
159-60
If you want beautiful and brilliant
prints from your films have them made
on Cyko paper. Hoppe, 619 E. Liberty.
158-60-62-63
Student's Orchestra.
Every night this week, 7:30 to 10:30,
free at Stimson's Tobacco Shop, Bil-
liard parlors, 118-120 East Liberty St.
Everybody welcome. 159-162
Canoeists-For your trips take along
a good inexpensive Guitar, Mandolin
or Small Victrola, supplied by Schaeb-
erle & Son Music House, 110 S. Main
St. 155 tf
BOYS-Remember we sharpen all
makes of safety razor blades and
guarantee satisfaction. Quick service.
H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State St.
157 tf
Remember it pays to trade with
Hoppe. 619 E. Liberty. 158-60-62-63
For a pleasant evening go up the
Huron. U. of M. Boat House, foot of
North Main St. 147 tf

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Meeting of the girls' section of the
Deutscher Verein has been postponed
from May 16 until after the May Fes-
tival.
The Women's Athletic association
will have a candy sale in University
hall Friday from 9 to 5.
All senior lits out today at 3 p. m.
for game with fresh -engineers.
Rehearsals for the Women's Field
day dances will be held in Barbour
gymnasium tomorrow; sophomores at
4 o'clock, juniors at 5 and freshmen at
7.
Meeting of the Gargoyle business
staff a.t 5 p. m.
All members of the Union Bulletin
committee who work from 2 to 3 p. m.,
meet at the Union today at 5:15 p. m.
Senior. lit sing tonight at 7 o'clock.
Tappan oak.
Senior engineer sing tonight at 7 at
engineering arch.
Lit social club dance tonight at
Granger's.
Candidates for freshman relay teams
teams look for lists on campus bulle-
tin boards.
Sophs tryout for spring contest re-
lay teams this afternoon at Fair
Grounds, 3 to 5.
Entries for spring contest relay
teams must be in by this evening.

Stylish Banquet and
grams should always be
Ann Arbor Press.

Dance Pro-
printed at the
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a disadvantage
us explain.

Remember that Hoppe has largest
and best M book in town. Three
prints free with each book, this month.
158-60-62-63
More prints made at Hoppe's Stu-
dio than at any other place.
158-60-62-63.
WANTED
A student who can secure the use of
a horse and buggy or auto, to, work in
the vacinity of his home town during
summer vacation. Enquire at 600 Lib-
erty St., Malcolm Bldg. Hours 8 to 12
a.m. 1:30 to 5 p.m.

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"The White and the Green," also "The Hills of Washtenaw" now on sale at
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Popular music, ten cents per copy, A fine line of Mandolins, Guitars, and
small musical goods to select from. Pianos to rent.

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Buy where you can get anything you call for
Goodyear's Drug Store
107 Souxth M&Ina~ Ureot
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

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