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November 19, 1912 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-11-19

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THE MICH I.-Q.ANDAILAY

T'H EATRICA L CIRCLES.

3WYS we want you to se
Flat English Custom Las
atest~ with the new flat 7
in black and tan, light or
it, $5 to $7 per pair.
~urfeld',
19 S. MAID STREET

ce ouiX g
sts the
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heavy !

have the largest stock oif best fitting p>unij1is you ever
.00, $4.50 and $5.00 per pair.

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FIrrish the les rait
o.zid Sororltles
ON MAIMN STREET

ird Ac demy Tesday andc Friday
ister at Academy- for Children's afternoon class. rivate
'on. and Tues. $12, Series $10; Wed. and Thur. X14, SeriesI
gat. $15, Series $14. Phone 1850CJ 370T,

" )wnit y Pull fs the Strings ."1
Bunr t Plls the Strings," the sen-
satinal su"ccess 'of two continents,
platys 'In arbor tonight at the Whit-
ney theater.
"A lWonm's Name."
The love story that forms 'such an
ir-portant part in the forthcoming pro-
d3uction "A Woman's Namte," which
w'ill be tHe httraction at the Whitney
theater, Wednesday, Nov. 20, is said
to be;, different fromt the average love
,tory. Miss Eleanor Montelt portrays
th., part of Virginia Tate, the heroine.
iteli ned a tnd (ha rn'i ng musical play,"
as th Cicgo Philadelphia, Boston
and New Yort: observers :declare, is
"The irl of y Dreams," in which
Jos .AM. Gantes w.ill present John Hly-
aaand Leila, Mcntyre at the Whit-
ne :heater°, ,aturday afternoon and
Soph lit class maeeting today at 4:00
o'clock in Tapplan ha;ll.
Dcutscher Vercin "Get Acquainted
pr y ° at li arb~r gym Wednesday ev-
eininig after Hferr Leidich's lecture.
JLniof engineer class meeting Thurs-
day, November 19, at 3:00 p. mn. in
room 3.11, engineering building.
Soph engineer class meeting today
at 4:00 p. mn. in room 311, .new, engi-
neering building.
Hockey practice Thursday at 3:0,0
o'clock:, weather permitting. All up-
pech rt iSnflCUaout.
Plrof. Camp ibell speaks at Newberry
hall today <3t 5: 00 o'clock. All univer-
sity women are cordially invited to.
attenid.
Cargoyle biusiness staff meets at-5:00
o'clo;k tcd,1 1
Ban Icetngat Barbour gym at
G:45 o'c~ock1. iBring, racks.
1 uyler's: The candy of character.
Aecy214 S. Main St. 42
Sh e w ill be thankful. to you for, a
box oi'1' lyler's.
All cars in the future will stop at
Goodyear Drug Store. 1 tf
CorrectOi nMdo i Opera CoMmittees.
In publi shiing. the Union opera com-
mittees in Suinday's issue of The Daily,
the ass5istanits to 'the master of cos-
tumes were oi tted. They are Stan-
jhey .vngt, '14E, George Ballan-
tine, '14, and Robert Wiley, '14E.
I~ictr 3etat Union Today.
The boa:rd of directors of the Mich-
jenUnion will meet at 12:00 o'clock
todGay at the Union. 'Luncheon will be
served.

WANTED
'Wanted-All men desiring lucrative
work for Christmas vacation call at
Michigan Union at 4:45 this after-
noon. Good money-making -'propo-
sition.
Wanted:-Student with some selling'
experience to canvass fraternity
houses with stationery. Call at Ze-
*wadski and Lane's, 310,S. State. 42
FOR RENT
For Rent--Single room west and south
windows one block 'from campus,
520'E. Jefferson. Phone 911-J. 43-46
FOUNT)
Found-Two raincoats left at Muller's
Gym Suit Store. Owners may have
same bey identifying same and paying,
for this ad. Call at 310 S. State. 42
Found-Bracelet near Gamma Delta
Sordrity.:Owner may have same by
calling betwseen 1, and '2 at Daily=
ofilee and paying for this "ad. 42
LOST
Lot-Xi Psi Phi Fraternity pin: "S.
Sharlotte" on back. Return to 1001
E. Huron or. phone 753. Reward.
Lost-Saturday, Nov. 16 one 'tan leath-
er folder containing money and pa-
pers. Reward. Call 976-J. 42'
Lost-Ladies: closed face gold .watch
between U. Hall and corner,Prospect
and Wells Place. Finder please call
257. Reward. 42-43
Lost-A small black purse, between
North University and Catherine St.,
containing 'money and key. Would
finder- please return tb 316 N. State
street or pihone 1134'-L. Rewardl. 42
Lost-Small gold lace party bag ,lined
with. pink, Saturday evening between.
Michigan avenue and JBarbour .Gym.
Return .to:. 1012, Michigan avenue.
Reward. '42
Lost-Eyeglasses, with gilt button and
'chain, between below address and
Freeman s. H. B. Baker, 903 E. Hu-
ron. 4'2
For celebrated Martin Guitars, Man-=
dolins, Musical Instruments and sup-
"pli'es of every descriIption visit ,Schae-
b 6r ie -&Son'sMusic H-ouse? 110 'S.
Main St. R5 to 46
' Ful Dress Tuxedo, and Prince Al=
bert Suits for HMire., Whittington 06.,Y4 cd adAe, eri. e
Bring in you dull razor blades to be
sharpened. Satisfaction guaranteed.
H. L. Switzer Co. 310 State St.: tf
Lost-White crochet bag, containing
purse. Reward. Return to. Daily.
office or phone 267-L..;4. r

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Don't fail to see Shiakespeare's master 1pice
lMerchailt of VOI"iCO"
Wednesday Afternoon and Evening, lNov. 20th
Che only Theatre in the City giving 3 reel pictures at every
v. Tw-o features a week. Gaumont Weekly every Tuesday
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Of, course they're Fatimas.
The i-ild flavor.. climaxes the climax.
The rare blend of Tulrkish tob c ,o
just suits. TI- mellowing process
has mLiade IL'perf-ection.
The packag e is, economical and you
get ten ext---_cif,, ettes,

Through Electric-Lighted Sleeping Cars
Effective& Nov. ,24th
aria
Michigan Central-Big Four in connection with
Queen ,& Crescent and Southern Railway
Leave Detroit 110:35 p. m. Daily
Leave Toledo 12:30 night, Daily,
Arrive Jacksonville 8:40 a. m. 2d morning
LOW WINTER TOURIST FARES on sale daily,'
O ctober 15th to April 30th; return limit June 1st.
For particulars consult
Michigan Central.
! , ; .Ticket Agents

Ilayley's 111 (r
specialty. Bell Phei 9-J Ii d

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HALEY, 20 6 F. Lib 'rty StIree t

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308 S. 'ST'AT.E STREET

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