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May 17, 1912 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-05-17

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L.IAN DA~ILYa

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BAD WEATHER FAILS TO
STOP VISITORS TO EXHIBIT
The spring exhibit of the Ann Arbor
Art Association, which is being held
in Memorial Hall, is drawing fair
sized crowds. The inclement weather
of the last few days has cut down the
attendance considerably. The exhib-
it will be open today from 9 to 12 in
the morning, 1 to 5 in the afternoon
and from 7 to 10 in the evenirg.
The exhibit will, close Saturday af-
ternoon.
MANY APPLICANTS ASK FOR
SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION
One hundred and eighty-five inquir-
ies from applicants have been received
at the office of the Summer Session
so far this year, as against one hun-
dred and seventy at the corresponding
time last year. Advertising is being
done largely through the medium of
abridged bulletins; heretofore maga-
zine advertising was geiierally used.
A large number of the inquiries about
the Medical department Summer Ses-
sion are from osteopaths, "chiro-prac-
titioners," and from men of other
schools recognized only in a few parts
of the country.

* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
FOUND
TheMichigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
Found-Round gold pin with arm on
it and words '.I will." Call Daily
office. 161
WANTED.
Wanted-Good, reliable students to
take orders for nursery stock. Re-.
mittances sent weekly. Rice Bros.
Co., Geneva, N. Y. 161 to 170
Wanted-Bright young men to get
agents for Doubleday Page and Co.
Commissions paid for every man
who signs up. See representative,
Hotel Allenel today. 161
Wanted-I would like to hear from all
students who would like to engage
in profitable canvassing or agency
work during the summer. C. March,
Whitman, Nebraska. 161
Notice-Bicycle that was taken in
front of Huston's Wednesday night
between 9:30 and 10, kindly return
to Henry and Co. in exchange for
their own. 161
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
FOIE SALE

Prof. and Mrs. Bird Sail in August.
Prof. and Mrs. James P. Bird, who
have been spending the past year in
European travel, will sail for home
August 16.tThey will visit the prin-
cipal cities of Italy, Switzerland, and
Germany before leaving Europe.
How old did you say?
Twenty-one years old and 'don't
know enough to keep off the grass in
the spring time!
How could it help but snow-a sum-
mer street car on our esteemed metro-
politan transportation system is a
sure sign of enow.
Any Second.
Now that those who would have
been on board the Titanic if- have
been registered in the public prints
to the number of 20,000, we move that
the rest forget about it.
VACATION MONEY
Do you really want to make
money duringyour vacation?
We have the best money-making
opportunity for inexperienced men
we know of. Our instructionscom-
bined with energy and ambition on
your part are sufficient to make it
highly profitable.. As number of
openings is limited, write today to
Employment Dept.,-P.F. Collier&
Son, Publishers of Good Books,
416 West 13th Street, New York.
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Fishing
Tackle
)N PICTURtS
your vacation outings over
u get.
is no better album than the
rply pulling either set of
noval or inserting of sheets
album is securely closed.

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TS' SUPPLIES
S. Main Street-

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Beginning next Monday, May 20, Dr.
Glover will keep office hours at his
office on Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday of each week between the]
hours of 4 to 6 p. m. All who have
charge of books of various student
organizations are requested to see
him as soon as possible.
Everyone intending to employ girl
students during the summer, is re-
quested to communicate with the Y.
W. C. A. at once, as applications for
employment are coming in faster than
they can be taken care of.
Glee club sing tonight at 7 o'clock
in front of University hall.
Members of the band wishing tick-
ets for today's game can get same at
'the Union today at 4 o'clock.
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
Don't pay good money for films and
then let someone experiment with
them. Take them to Lyndon instead.
117 eod tf
Reading Standard Motorcycles.
Finest in the world. No limit to the
speed but the law. Come and get a
demonstration. The East Side Cyclery
Co., corner of State and Washington.
eod tf
Have your prints made on the paper
best suited to the negatives with the
same care that has made a reputation.
--Lyndon. 117 eod tf

For Sale-Two festival seats for Fri-
day afternoon. Best balcony seats.
Phone 762-L. 161
For Sale-Used Detroit Canoe and
compound microscope. Address De-
troit Canoe, care Michigan Daily.
161
For 'Sale-Excelsior motorcycle, 1911
.model, single, splendid condition..
Drop postal for demonstration.
price very low. B. A. Thomas, 1113
Willard. 161-62
LOST
Lost-Wednesday evening on main
floor of University Hall some legal
note books and a letter addressed to
Arthur Brown. Please return and
receive reward. Arthur Brown, 106
N. 4th Ave. 161
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Cutting. apartment No. 17.
Furnished July and August. Phone
1712-3. .161-3-4
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

$494 M ETZ 22 Horsepower, 4 Cylinder
Miotor, H. T. Magneto & 5 Speeds
0. Leonard Olson, Agent-
811 Greenwood Ave.
Wheri you want
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