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June 07, 1919 - Image 8

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'S GOING ON

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booth in U-hall. At no other time
can invitations be obtained.I
Comedy club tryouts from 9 to 12
o'clock this morning in the audi-
torium of University hall. Tryouts
are asked to bring selections al-
though this is not absolutely neces-
sary.

TODAY
10:00--Regatta on river.
*2:00-Tarsity band picture at U bal.
*3:00--Baseball game, Illinois vs. leck
igan at Ferry field.
7:00-Upper Roomn Bible class meets{
at 444 South State.
8:00-Movies: Jack Pickrd in "Tom
c Sawyer" at Methodist church.
' MONDAY
12:40-Persian textiles exhibited by
Moustapha A'vigdor in room 206 new
E~ngineering building.
1 U-NO~TICES
3Senior lit commnecement invitations
will be distributed from 2 to 5
o'clock of Friday and Saturday aft-
, ernoons, June 13 and 14, in thej

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YESTE.RDAY'S GAMES

.A merica n League
Detroit 1, Boston 3.
St. Louis 1, Washington 7.
Chicago-New York (rain).
Cleveland-Philadelphia (rain).
National League
New York 1, Pittsburg 7.
Brooklyn 6, Cincinnati 7.
Boston 1, Chicago 0.

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DON'T LEAVE ANN ARBOR
WITHOUT A NEW

MICHIGAN SONG BOOK

"THE MUSICAL 'M' BOOK"

A n opportunity or you
when you fnihschoo
E'NERGETIC, ambitious men, graduating
i2vfrom school now, can make for themselves
highly desirable places with a lifetime of oppor-
tunity ahead in our large and rapidly growing
organization.
We prefer college mnen because, as a rule,
they develop much more rapidly for the big
positions of responsibility. We ;want big men
in the making and provide them every facility
for advancement to the limit of their capabilities.
The type of man who will make the biggest
success is the one willing to begin wherever
placed and develop a comprehensive familiarity
with the business as a whole by actually doing
whatever comes, to hand in the process of
learning.
To such mere this advertisement holds out
an opportunity for a highly desirable permanent
business connection, carrying with it from. the
start a reasonable remuneration.

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WE PUBLISH ALSO

MICHIGAN SONGS IN SHEET FORM
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED NEW EDITIONS OF
"COLLEGE DAYS" AND "WIDEN NIGHT FALLS, DEAR"

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REMINDER

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Are

You Loyal

to

Miochigan?

Mlain St

DOU YOU WANT TO KEEP

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Did you enjoy the, Guillotine
column this year? It will be
one of the features throughout
next year.

in touch with all the

Dou want to read an authentic
account of each athletic game,

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Campus Activities?

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-THTEN--

BEFORE YOU LEAVE THIS JUNE
SUBSCRIBE TO YOUR COLLEGE PAPER

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