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March 09, 1913 - Image 2

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TH lE MICHI-1GAN DA ILY#

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Largest Aoten itheCt
Ready for Your npci,

.WILD CO.

3HS Stat Str

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gave a
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Complete Line of
Shoes, $3.0O0
ug Corks, 18ec

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Subject:
I hie Modern ThIoughts about Gol.

UNTAIA CURH
Sate ctor. Huron.
R. S. LORlNG, PMinrister
MORN M SERVICE AT 10:30

A wonderful timesaver

Young Peoples' Society at 7
Subject:
Illustra ed Address on. hat a Forester
WeHY Does.
v: Speakev
Po+rt. P. S. Lovejoy.
Eisc al T olial Sh l
CAMBiRiDGES MASS.
ug, heetheyma comeo to learn of
hose things h ihave nmade xAmer-
icJhe, landl( of the f"ree, as they wAl
mos srel mketheirc own]1afflicted
coutris, f tis ducat:;1ionalpropo-
Siacncontinue totgrow in
strength!;o grander tribunte heas ev
er ben pid he Uiverityof Mich1-
igan than th0is confidence placed !In i
by these 1t count7ries,^. whosei who0 tl futue'
rests inthe devlpmen t oftheir
1yot .

If so, have you a
Log Log. Slide Rule?

Y= A

Ilr~rtinum

$7.50 in Leather Case
Engineers' Supplies in General-
", J 'S
University Bookstores

DO YU STUDY HYDRAULICS ?

ADVANCE
lays a fellow must he ahead.
1'ABLE:-it must b,_ accord-
SCHEDULE or youLiOSEi

Preferrted by discriminating people for exquisite
and enduring beauty of tone, for absolute integrity
of work-manship, for undoubted reliab~ilily.

St~idEo 319 E~ H~wez' St.

Phone, 961-L

LOR Liberty Street
(Copyrghted)I
RN TO DANCE. Now terme beginni.jng .A is s
D SATURDAY evening. Reot the AcavIemfr yu n . is ayros
D. For information pallat academy or phone 2 - C 1 : )0 !'A. ;PM

TH!EAlRICA CRC,

x is equllinped to griv t ' i
: jWe test eyes No"Do" sd Wen
glases y~S1Ut-OeAe

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Fse llows, av y tri
" MAC'S, " r aker ck?~r,
yiAt at

'rshipin th Chere wOeianlmemqnt
npeni.emh 1nilto those who ihave
EN f;''oma ;OS1I 2acqua1intance-
rhl ul ftis - eyouh oupay atin
tain thngsforMiciga ,_efmay
,.'1 oc er.o tudentsr

"The Girt from Mon wtmartre," whv~ich
comes to theWhitneytton Wed-
nsda, Marc 12el._,1has been aply all-
ed a do~tl~i l ait°1gibill, for ini addi-
tion1 to it:S twio stars, TRichard Carle
and16 Hattie Williamis, it includes the
pe(rformanZce OfL J. 0M. ha~r''@S laulgh-
ale bturle sque onl the lproblem p llay,
"A Slice of Life'."
A iinrn lpera 4Com~apsrny, "9'i'sQay, .
1E:laine de sellem, conltral to with the
Aborn El':i sh grand operc-Company,
is one of the best knowni Americanl
sit :Oingr ln h tage ,id was recenltly
selectedl to s;ing a t two of thec large
wvestern chotrus festivials. The Aborn
compan appe 2111a the Wh1iney on
the bigColnbia _n organinii the Hill
ali~itri, the a<:ssistan.:ceof eight
men s rquied.The orga-n will be
plcdon theismall tagie situated im-
medC)2ite' ly aove and 1beiind the main
pla;tf1ori1. ,Wlork on adcjusting the
pips ill beg;in the end of this week.
UNiVERQSITY , NOTICES.
I 7ehear ,vs I of enit'ieMichiganOpera
MIeal yat 7:00 p. im.
Rehearoal1of broilers and mediums
Mon aya 7:00 p. m.
I e'he r -al of cast (special) Monday
at4:00 p. n1.
':The ola March class in short-
hand andr typewriting wil begin Mon-
da y, Ma ,,rch 17. For full particulars
call at the School of Shorthand, 711 N.
Uiversity Ave. 110-116
The ,},Schl of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-
vrs iy: Ave., has just started an even-
ingclas.Better enroll in this class if
yen ano attend any of the day class-

Trya Victrola in Your Frat House
Nothing to equal it for entertainuent. Largest stock of records I
/ Grinnell Bros., 120°122 E. Liberty Sty
It You W ant
to protect yourself from the Cotton Cheat that
still flourishes through the landt; if you want to
know to a certainty that every thi'read in the fabric
you buy is Pure Wool,
The Royal Tailors'
Ptuce Wool Policy is for you.
Prices $16 to $38 AGENCIES;
AILMAND & FORSYTHE, CAMPUS BOOTERY,
215 S. Main St. 308 S. State St.
-Wednesday, March 13
Chas.,Frohmana presents -
Ricard Htte
C arte..William
WITH
71 OTHER FUNMAKERS AND PRETrTY GIRLS
} ~IN THE FARCE WITH MUSIC
The Girl From, Montmarlre
Seat Sale, Monday, March 10, 10 A. M.
PRICES: .50 - .75 - 1.00 0 1.50 -2.00

Made. Candy,

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nArbor's Beet Corfectionery. Ice cream m dC "3 e a ;;Gdyofal
descriptions.

WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION -10 EVEIRY O0 O 1.TER11WSML

GmaR -RT I ~

thes peoie n thir arknss;a ref- es,

110-116

6m

mm
on

The
Farmers and Mechanics Bank

The Best--ontrsC~

¢Almo taaCarload

a Box of

'Johnston'sSu Ise ckiWc
Thpi, Me~t inV M

Rimy a*'csa lag ® a awa z aaa

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313 SO'UTH WfA'
ICE CREAM SODA, LUNC E FIN

j~st reeived. hese gods have all been fshade
to0USpcii itiii, anb had in, all sizes and
Sir Vo c 1hs nd ~e qua in ever- respect to
A vvai~dr)~oos

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Banquets

and

are served in b(

101-103-105 So
capital $100,000.

Guth Main Street
Surplus and Profits $67,000

Club .Dinners
est of style at ARw
IKS DONCH ESTER.
JROO11M1 Dress SHIRTS

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,O0
Resources $3,000,000
General UakliangBusiness Transacted
Officers: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., W. D. Harri-
mxan, Vice-Pres. M. T. Fritz, Cashier.

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ito Savings Bank
Booth, President Wmn. Arno u, Vc~r~dn
C. John Wall, Jr., Casher

,We >illy)mrodraide for future delivery.

also dinners,lncihes and refreshments
open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.--Saturdays till
9 p.M.
Orchestra Sattirdays-Nooo and Evening

The bosom
cannot bulge

a

Loal('-w r t s,. 5~ . it. t
Lfzuitct..C.tr' 2o.. _.c ..' ..n i ' _. a

c o9

SECOND FLOOR

$2 to S.3

State Street

Mack &Co.
MVAIN STREET

in its.
ace for Your

Cluett, Peabod~y & Co
--Makers

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