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The Michigan Daily, 1912-05-30

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
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vertising matter for these
nns may be left at the
:Y office, opposite the Ma-
from 12 noon to 10 p. m.,
The University Pharmacy,
S. University Ave.,
Brown Drug Store, Main
t, and Quarry's, on State
t, any time up till 8:30 p.m.
ext morning's issue.
ese ads bring results.

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A large number of music events will
be given next week under the auspices
of the University School of Music, to
which the general public is invited.
On Wednesday afternoon at 4:15
o'clock, a public pupils' recital will be
held at the School of Music, while in
the evening of the same day, Miss
Ruth Binhammer and Miss Nellie
Goucher, both members of the piano
department will give a joint gradua-
tion recital. On Thursday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock Dr. T. H. Hildebrand,
a member of the University faculty,
who has been studying organ under
Mr. Renwick for the past two years,
will give a recital on the organ in
University Hall. Friday evening at
8 o'clock Miss Laura Fullerton will
give her graduation recital at the
School of Music. No admission will
be charged.

DEVELOPER

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LOST
YWill the person who took a rain-
from library rack kindly return
e to owner? P. R., 317 N. Thay-
:reet. 172

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fob. Finder
Laughlin, 543
ward. 171-2

Wanted-To. buy a good canoe. Tom,
717 N. University avenue. 172
Wanted-House for club of twenty
students with or without board, for
next year. Box F. J. L. 171-6
Wanted-At once competent drafts-
man by reliable firm in Michigan.
Address H. W. Co., care Michigan
Daily. 171-175
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Four furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 911 Vaughan. J.
M. Wilbur. 1758-L. 172-73
For Rent--Furnished apartments for
light housekeeping. Five minutes
walk from campus. Phone 730-red,
331 E. Jefferson. 172-3-4
Now is the time to select Commence-
ment gifts! Our line is complete. H.
L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State St. 167 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.

Majestic Theater. [
There will be a special holiday mat-
inee at the Majestic theater today at
three o'clock and all seats can be re-
served the same as at night. The new
show for the last part of the week will
open at that time and the usual five
vaudeville acts and motion pictures I
will be presented. Porter J. White,
the eminent dramatic actor who was
last seen here earlier in the season
will return in the act that made such p
a hit on his former visit, but the rest c
of the show will be changed entirely. t
Next Monday the summer season at F
the Majestic will open with a mag- 1
nificent exhibition of "Photoplays de C
Luxe" in which Sir Walter Scott's
"Lady of the Lake" will be featured. ]
Special song features by Frank Rose
the famous cabaret entertainer from
the Follies Berger- New York, will
be presented in adat. -)n and as the E
shows will run continiously from, 7 d
to 10 p. m. the programs will be chang- a
ed entirely every day.

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For a pleasant evening go
Huron. U. of M. Boat House,
North Main St.

up the
foot of
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LAST ISSUE OF TECHNIC wi
IS EXPECTED NEXT WEEK re
Editor H. H. Steinhauser, of the
Michigan Technic, expects to have
the last number for the present school
year ready for distribution some time
next week. This issue will contain
articles by several prominent engi-
neers, among the contributors being
Prof. A. H. White, L. A. Whitset, '05
E, and Matthew Blish, '11 E.
PROF. ZIWET PLANS TO VISIT
EUROPEAN GRADUATE SCHOOLS
Prof. Alexander Ziwet, head of math-
ematics in the engineering department,
will sail for Europe on June 8. He
will visit graduate schools abroad and
return to Ann Arbor in September.
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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Reach Baseball Goods! A complete
line can be found at our store. H. L.
Switzer Co., 310 S. State St. 167 tf
Don't throw away your dull razor
blades! We can put them in better
condition than new. Ask some one who
has tried us or better still, bring in a
few dull blades. H. L. Switzer Co.,
310 S. State St. 167 tf
Time to fish! See us for fishing
tackle. H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State
St. 167 tf

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To Clubs and
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HEAR THE LATEST
Popular songs and music played by stndents at Stimpson's billiard parlors:
Music sold by
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 E. Liberty Street
AlIl popular songs 10c per copy - One half off on Opera and Classic Music.
We have just received a new lot of Mandolins and small goods.
Buy where you can get anyth ng you call for
Goodyear's Drug Store
.07 South Main. Street
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNPERSOLD
Telephone Your Order Now Both Phones No.
The Sweetest and best at the
SUGAR BOWL
C.im1ly, Ssrlas, Sundaes with a reputation
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