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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pntb1A
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JEWELER AN OPTOMETRIST exIN TEN EASY LESSONS
The next Chamber of Commerce The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction Eat at ex I This course covers ten easy les
Tenquextl hedambrofch ,oird1oercttTHE CLUB LUNCH which will enable the Student,
banquet will be held March 30, accord-: 11 South Main Street 712 ARBOR STREET fessor, Journalist, Doctor, Lawye
ing to Wiliam Schults, chairifhan of ANN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN Near State and Packard anyone seeking a professional ca
the committee. A meeting of the com- to go thru life with 100 per cent
mittee will be held next Monday night TIS COURSE
to decide upon the program. Grocers : Is short and inexpensive, at
and meat dealers in Ann Arbor will Established 1905 iven with a money bacguara
hold a suppe1% tonight at the Catalpa not satisfied.
hotel. The supper will start at 6:15 Send This Clipping Today
o'clock and be followed by a report
upon the state convention at Kalama- KODAKS FILMS Pyramid Press: Publishers
zoo and a discussion of local prob- y
lems in merchandising. The meeting AMATEUR FINISHING Ne: York City
of the board of trustees has been in-- SC Gentlemen:-Enclosed herewi
definitely postponed because of the= is $5.00 for which kindly sen
because ofute FLASH LIGHTS me your shorthand course
absence of several of the trustees,= = ten easy lessons by mail. It
from the city. EEunderstood that at the ena c
ENLARGEMENTS r five days, I am not satisfied m
The regular monthly meeting of the money will be gladly refund
Washtenaw County Medical society - r
was held in the surgical amphitheater LYNN &P Name .....................
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at the University hospital at 2 o'clock Street............
Wednesday. The discussion was open 719 NORTH UNCaIiRSIteY
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WV. :Potter, of Buffalo, gave a clinical
demonstration with his talk on "er-

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Confidentially now don't you get
tired of the *sanhe kind of food
-ay after day? Then come around
- and try OUR meals. They are
different.
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The Ann Arbor grange will be en-
tertained with a three ring circus at
its meeting Friday evening at the City
X. M. C. A. Supper will be served
promptly at 6:30 o'clock and imme-
diately afterwards the members will
be treated to a performance of "the
big .show."
Deputy Sheriff George Cook's hootch
hound was on the jo yesterday morn-
ing and as a result a man, giving the
name of Joseph Massay, of Denton, is
now in the local jail. Justice A. J.
Warren of Saline bound Massey over
to the circuit court under $2000 bail
and Massey and his brand new road-
ster were brought to the jail.
Steve Dubick, an employee of the
Michigan Central, evidently liked the
service at the Homeopathic hospital
for when he was discharged he re-
fused to leave. The police were called
to help him decide, and when he met
the officer's advice with a left to the
nose, an old fashioned rough-house
ensued. As he was being taken over
to Justice Thomas' court to be arraign-
ed, he escaped, and was only captured
after a chase of five blocks. As a re-
sult he drew 90 days in the Detroit
house of correction.
Herbert Tenny and William Frey,
the two high school students who
were injured when the automobile
they were driving was struck by a
freight engine Saturday night, are re-
covering from their injuries very sat-
isfactorily. The two boys were on
theqir way home from a high school
fraternity initiation at Tenny's home.
Thecar was a total wreck.
An automobile owned by Adam
Neff and driven by his son, Thomas
18 years old, collided with a machine
owned by Prof. Tobias Diekhoff at the
corner of South and East University
avenues late Saturday night. No one
was injured, although Professor Diek-
hoff's machine was badly damaged.
Paul Proud, president of the Cham-
ber of Commerce, has appointed the
following committee to act in co-oper-
ation with the other organizations of
Ann Arbor in an effort to secure the
proposed federal hospital for soldiers
for this city: Prof. W. C. Hoad, Prof.
. 0. Davis, Dr. W. E. Forsythe, C. E.
Gallu, C. J. Hutzel, Theron S. Lang-
ford, 1. H. O'Kgne, W. P. Purfield, H.
Silvester, Dr. V. C. Vaughn, and C. W.
Wagner.
Through the inability* of the three
negro occupants of a large touring
car to find the oil supply pipe for the
garageman, a car belonging to the
Smith, Hinchman and Grylis company
of Detroit, was recovered. The oil
man, became suspicious of the three
negroes and notified the police who
took the men into custody. They gave
the names of Robert White, Chicago.
Fred Hill and Charles Jones, both of
Detroit. The men will1 be taken to
Detroit, where they will face a charge
of larceny.
PROF. RANKIN SPEAKS
TO TEACHERS IN MONROE
Prof. T. E. Rankin, of the rhetoric
department, delivered an address on
"The World Today" last night before
the Teacher's' club of Monroe. W. C.
Hall, of the rhetoric department, was
the principal speaker at the father
and son banquet last night at Imlay
City. Mr. Hall took for the subject of
his address, "Making a Man." Prof.
W. Carl Rufus, of the astronomy de-
partment, addressed a high school

meeting last night at Mount Clemens
on the subject, "Life in Korea."
The three lectures were given under
the auspices of the University Exten-
sion service.

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AFTER MONTHS and months.
* * *
MY WIFE persuaded me.
TO HAVE it done.
* * *
SO I went around.
TO THE photographer.
* * *
AND GOT mugged.
WHEN THE pictures came.
4 * *'
1 SHOWED them to a gang.
* * *.
OF AMATEUR art critics.
AND PROFESSIONAL crabs.
* *
DISGUISED AS friends.
WHO FAVORED me.
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WITH SUCH remarks as.
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"DOESN'T HE look natural?"
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"HAS IT got a tail?"
"A GREAT resemblance."
AND THAT last one.
MADE ME sore.
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SO WHEN friend wife.
* * *
ADDED HE howl.
I TRIED again.
* * *
THIS TIME they were great.
FOR H'ERE'S what happened.
* * *
THE PHOTOGRAPHER said.
"LOOK THIS way, please."
AND HELD up something.
* * *
AS H E pushed the button.
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AND NO one could help.
BUT LOOK pleasant.
* * *
FOR WHAT he held up.
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WAS A nice full pack.
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OF THE cigarettes.
* * *
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