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May 20, 1920 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-05-20

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FLOWERING PLANTSI
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[ori sts Telegraph Delivery '
1002 S. Univ.

J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER.
AND OPTOMETRIST
i is SOUTH MAIN STREET

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WHAT'S GOING ONI
THURSDAY
2 :00-Senior pnarmic class meeting in
room 303 of Chemistry building.
2 :00-Soph lit baseball practice.
4:40-Mfeeting of senior lit class In
room 101 of the Economics building.
6 :45--Menorah board of directors
meets in Lane hail.
7 :15-Howe club meets in room 302
of the Union.
7 :15-Griffins meet in room 804 of the
Union.
7:1.5-Men, interested in. Veterans of
Foreign Wars 'club meet in room
306 of the Union.
7 :30-Polonla Literary circe,~ meets
in Lane hail.
7 :30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hail.
FRIDAY
7 :30--Students interested in doing. art
work on. Michigan Chimes next year
meet in Chimes office, third floor of
Union.
SATURDAY
7:00-Student volunteer baud meets
in Lane hall. Election of officers.

day night are on sale at the billiard
room desk at the Union.
fir. Steffens' class in IPoltical Science
12 will meet at 2 o'clock Thursday
afternoon and at 7:15 o'clock Thurs-
day evening.
SCHEDULES GIVEN FOR INTER-
FRATERNITY BASEBALL GAM1ES.
The following interclass outdoor
baseball games have been scheduled
for this afternoon : sophis vs: fresh
lits, sophs vs. fresh engineers.
In the interfraternity indoor base-
ball contest the following games have
been scheduled : Alpha Delta Plai vs.
Zeta Psi, 3:30; Phi Sigma kappa vs.
Psi Upsilon, 3:30; Nu Sigma Nu vs.
Beta Theta pi, 4:45.
ENGINEERING SCHOOL TO HAVE
SAME EXAM SCHEDULE AS LITS
Examinations in the engineering
college, with the exception of special
courses, will follow the same schedule
as that of the literary colleges, ac-
cording to Prof. H. H. Higbie.
The' time for the special exdmina-
tions will be announced next week.
Everything, new in wall paper is
represented in our complete stock.'
Phonie 237. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

Ohio0 State
Fenner, ss
McNulty, I
Kime, rf
Fogle, cf
McGee, 2b
Slyker, lb'
McMillan,
Huffman, C
Fish, p ,.

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base. Parks fanned six and
no passes.

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Kirch, if.. ......3
Perrin, rf........4
Van Boven, 2b....4
Mraz., 3b..........3
Geneba'ch, c.......3
Newell, lb ........2
ZLangenhan, cf....... 3
Parks, p....1..3

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)PATRONS of the 1920 May Festival,-- a WelcomeO.
f you have attended previous festivals at Ann Arbor;
are sure that you need no invitation to visit our store
to make it your musical headquarters while here; or.
ou are a newcomer in our midst, allow us to make the.
ie offer to you.

j U-NOTICES
Tickets for the Dixie club dance

Ohio State...0 0 0
Michigan....0 0 01
Bases on balls-Fish
-.Parks $, FIsh 3.

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Struck out

to

. ..

J attended the Ruffo concert,.
rely wish his. marvelous voice

last evening, .you
to remain some-

CIGAR ETTE.

core than a memory. 1
'ecords made by this ar,
given the opportuinity
ate for yourself the p1(
this occasion. Our rec
intains practically, all of
's which Ruffo has recorc
will be glad to play the:
h a partial list of his recc

Chru
rttjst,.
y to
leas-
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fthe
ded,

THE

TURKISH

RECORDS BY RUFFO

All 'erta, Marinar !
Siviglia-Largo al Factotum
oreador Song (with La Scala Chorus)
-Per me giunto a it di supremo
nni-Serenata, "Dei"'vieni alla' finestra"
possente
mmenta i lieti
enade .Mephistopheles
Barcarola, "Pescator affonda L'esca".

Im for you. We are printing
ords, for we feel that they
-merit your attention.
AM ONG THE other
Festival artists who
smake records for Victor
a r e Johnson,} Zanelli,
and Matzenauer. 'T'hey
have contributed to the
Victor list some remark-
ably fine numbers which
we' would like you to
'hear.

as much as you like
- our decision will be
in favor of Muriad-because
100% ..pure Turkish tobacco
gives them that cold-fashioned
Turihtaste.
Q -No other tobacco can give a cigarette
s c ch r ,.a p a an fiih99It is true that "ordinary" cigarettes cost a trifle less.'
Judge. for yourspelf-!-
{ ri!w 1
lrl ~es'" 11u ,AdE rws t¢ 7=fX
Itl

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it romito for
;i (with La Scala Chorus)

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:redo
-Prologo, Part I-Si puo
-Prologo, Part II-Un nido di memorie
-Cri.AJL an111RviI I g LIQUUULG \VV(with I.

Lo ,ouin, i az anaak u aScala Chorus) C E T H E last M ay
o-Mono logo-Pari siamoha
e fantasia (La Canzonetta) Fetial our store ha
Veneziana-Barcarolle elre
-Buona Zaza, del mio buon tempo been greatlyelrd
-aza, piccola zingara . a d w o elcni
)four ability to give you unsurpassed service. Six
-Proof booths in our new Victrola and Record De-
ent will insure your judging a record according to
rits.
Mrs. . £. &'Rout

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Victor- Vic tro las and Records
Gibson Mandolins and Guitars
Vega Banjos and Banjo-Mandolins
Conn Saxophones
Classical, Popular and Operatic Music'
Teachers' Supplies}

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THURSDAY -N I GHT MAY 90
THE MAN OFNI REQUIM - p VRpI
LENORA SPARKES, SOPRANO
CAROLINA LAZZARI, CONTRALTO
WIL IAMV WHEELER, - - TENOR
LEON ROTHIER, P f ASS
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
ALBERT A. STANLEY, - - CONDUCTOR

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