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The Michigan Daily, 1912-05-19

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WEATHER STOPS WOMEN'S TENNIS
Preliminaries Will be Finished This
Week; Finals on Field Day
As a result of the rain during the
week but a few of the preliminaries
in the Women's Tennis Tournament
were played, but the matches will be
pulled off this week withdut fail, start-
ing with four contests on Monday.
The semi-finals will be played on
Saturday, as a part of the program
for the Annual Field Day at Palmer
field. In these contests there will be
one representative from each of the
four classes, the winner of the tourna-
ment receiving numerals.
H. J .BILL, HURT BY FALLING
BEAM, REMAINS UNCONSCIOUS
Harry J. Bill, the soph engineer who
was seriously injured by being struck
on the head by a heavy beam which
fell from the new auditorium, is re-
ported as about the same. He remains
in a deep slep and the doctors can do
little for him as yet.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.

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IRSITY NOTICES

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lits out at 3 p. m. Monday

report at Ferry field
for game with fresh

medics.

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S Registration Notice.
Registration, of voters of the City of
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
s over MEN AND WOMEN
Will take place in the several ward
an the voting rooms within the City; Wed-
set of nesday, May 22nd, 1912, from 8 o'clock
sheets in the forenoon to 8 o'clock in the ev-
,losed. ening. All new voters and those that
have changed wards since last elec-
s Me- tion should register. 163-64

The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
Found-Money at Ferry field yester-
terday. Call for same at Daily office
Monday between 1 and 2 o'clock.
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WANTED.
Wanted-Good, reliable students to
take orders for nursery stock. Re-
mittances sent weekly. Rice Bros,
Co., Geneva, N. Y. 161 to 170
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Cutting apartment No. 17.
Furnished July and August. Phone
1712-J. '161-3-4
For Ren--Furnished six-room house
to let for the summer. Inquire at
1012 Michigan Avenue, or telephone
579-J. 162-63-64
LOST
Lost-Between Newberry and Ferry
field, fountain pen with clasp. Find-
er please call 1389-J. 163
Lost-'13 numeral pipe. Finder call
1460 Bell. Reward. . 163
Lost-Left on Ferry field just over
wire fence north of relay course a
pair of gold framed spectacles in coat.
Return to 338 E. Catherine.
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 t
For a pleasant evening go up the
Huron. U. of M. Boat House, foot of
North Main St. 147 t
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
If you want beautiful and brilliant
prints from your films have them made
on Cyko paper. Hoppe, 619 -E. Liberty.
158-60-62-63
. Remember it pays to trade with
Hoppe.. 619 E. Liberty. 158-60-62-63
Is your kodak loaded? Lyndon. 162-3
Welcome May Festival Guests.
Brennan's Restaurant for a clean,
wholesome place to eat. Music for
luncheon and dinner. 612 E. Liberty.
Phone 164. 162-3
Rent a kodak today, 10c. Lyndon.
162-63
We print anything from a name card
to a book,-The Ann Arbor Press-
Official Printers to the University, and
by authority, printers of all student
publications-Press Building, Maynard
Street. (Sun.)
Send one home! Extra copies of
this issue of The Michigan Daily on
sale. at Cushings and The Michigan

PHILIP

Into these tw
years and year
producing a s
Not everyone
Philip Morris
never appeals
want tobacco,1

it is.

For Sale!
Extra copies of this morning's :
of The Michigan Daily. Buy the
Cushings or the Daily office.
More prints made at Hoppe's
dio than at any other place.
158-60-6

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Water Works Election Notice!'
Notice is hereby given that a special
election on the question of the issue
of bonds in the sum of $600,000 for the
purchase and improvement of the Ann
Arbor Water Works plant, will take
place in the several ward voting
rooms within the City of Ann Arbor,
Michigan, 7 a. m. to 5 p. m., Monday,
May 29th, 1912. By order of the Com-
mon Council, ROSS GRANGER,
163-64-66-69 City Clerk.
Remember that Hoppe has largest
and best M book in town. Three
prints free with each book, this month.
158-60-62-63
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.
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Have your prints made on the paper
best suited to the negatives with the
same care that has made a reputation.
-Lyndon. 117 eod tif

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YPSI NORMAL SONG
"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.

motorcycle.

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Tel. 882-J

Fraternity
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$1.00

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Come in and see our 1912
SPALDING BASE BALL AND.
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