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The Michigan Daily, 1912-05-20

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al will be given at the
on Wednesday after-
k at 4:15. The gener-
cordially invited
The pupils who
rts are students
cal and violin depart-
as follows: Lura Ful-
hedon; Ruth Binham-
uble; Vernelle Rohr-
edy; Ethel Liverance;
Ethel MeGregory;

. Many letters have been received at
Newberry hall from prospective wom-
en attendants at the summer school
session, in request of information con-
cerning positions for the summer. The
number of places for women has been
far exceeded by the inquiries and the
officials request that anyone having a
position for a woman for the summer,
make known the fact at Newberry
hall between 10 and 12 in the morn-
ing during the week.

In,

CELERIT

Ask HOPPE ?nd

W1s

sers Secure Large Amounts.
ampaign for money to send a
lusrah which the Y. M. C. A.
conducting, has met with con-
.e success. Up to the present
.,316.48 has rewarded the ef-
id $500 more is in sight.
E ELECTS NEW OFFICERS.

'13,

1'resid
fed Mah

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on, '13, was elected to
nies of the Women's
year 1912-'13 at the
held Saturday. Nellie
made vice-president;
uck, '14, secretary;
y, '13, corresponding
r Palmer, '13, chair-

iittee; Clara
id Ruby Seve

.an of
is, '13,
:e, '13,

Senior Law Writes "Take Off" on Laws
"Phil" Cale, '12 L, is the recent au-
thor of a series of humorous charac-
terizations of the members of the law
faculty. The verses have been pub-
lished in pamphlet form and placed on
sale for ten cents. The productions
have been dedicated to his class-
mates.
* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
FOUND
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
Found-Small watch and fob at' U.
hall steps. Owner may have same by
identifying and paying for ad. 164
Found-During Tug of War a foun-
tain pen. Call 220 S. Ingalls St. 164
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-Honest, energetic salesmen
everywhere, to sell auto-tire quick re-
pair kit. Every automobilist buys.
Good profit. Walkinshaw Briggs Co.
698 Campbell Ave., Detroit, Mich.
164-5-6
iVB RIA T.
For Rent-Cutting apartment No. 17.
Furnished July and August. Phone
1712-J.161-3-4
For Rent-Furnished six-room house
to let for the summer. Inquire at
1012 Michigan Avenue, or telephone
579-J. 162-63-64
For a pleasant evening go up the
Huron. U. of M. Boat House, foot of
North Main St. 147 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
The finest printing office of its size
in the state of Michigan-The Ann Ar-
bor Press, Press Building, Maynard
St. Call and see us. Printers of any-
thing from a name card to a book.

Do you
money d
We hav
opportunit
we knowo
bined with
your part
highly prc

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return

In Notice.
,ers of the City of

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MEN AND WOMEN
Will take place in the several ward
voting rooms within the City; Wed-
nesday, May 22nd, 1912, from 8 o'clock
in the forenoon to 8 o'clock in the ev-
ening. All new voters and those that
have changed wards since last elec-
tion should register. 163-64
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.
Reading Standard Motorcycles.
Finest in the world. No limit to the
speed but the law. Come and get a
demonstratidn. The East Side Cyclery
Co., corner of State and Washington.
eod t

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explain.

WANTED
A young lady student or teacher to
work with another young lady student,
during vacation. A good salary is offer
ed.
This is an exceptional opportunity.
Phone 359-L

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thing Si

LET

R U B EY
nish the Ice Cream for
Your Party.
ater To Clubs and
Frats

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.
Buy where you can get anything you call for
Goodyear's, Drug Store
107 S 0th Muin Str..t
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
Telephone Your Order Now Both Phones No. 1
The Sweetest and b est at the
SVGe A R B OWL
Can dy, Sodas, Sundaes with a reputation
well backed up

ALL GIRL SHOW
With Visions D'Art
EXTRA MATINEE
Decoration Day 3 P.M

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rtes

The 1912 Model INDIANS embody (
all these features essential to real effici-
ency: Safety, Reliability, Speed, Power
Ease of Control.

SPRING

MADE By

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Fourteen Important improveme
over 1911 make the INDIAN'S su
macy more sec.ure than ever, Free
gine Clutch and Magneto supplied i
all 1912 INDIANS without e
charge.
4 H.P. Single Cylinder $200A
7 H.P. Twin Cylinder $250
Come in and let us demonstrate
1912 INDIAN
Staebler & Soi
119 W. Washington S

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