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May 16, 1922 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-16

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cider of,
Dek tomo:
irday af,

the Junior Girls' play
is may receive the -re-
Air $2 tax from 3 to 5
)w= or from 4 to 5 o'clock:
,noon in Barbour gym-

'an Dames will hold its regular
at' 8 o'clock: tonight in Bar-

for information. It was written by the
Nebraskan in a moment of passionate
longing for enlightenment in response
to an "ad," a'nd found its way to the
office of the secretary of the U~niver-
sity and eventually' to the desk of the
assistant to the president. Listen:
Charleston, Neb.
York County,'
Dear sir :--= May 10, 1922.
Saw~ your ad. in the H. T. T. where~
you gave information for any subject
I got 2 questions to ask. Would like
to know if the Brennan Show card Sys-
tem of Buiffalo, N. Y. is a reliable firm.
They claim. to teach show card writing
and when you learn it to supply you
with work: to do at home. Would like
to know if you know of any man in
the WVest of the Northwest who raises
Blue Stag hounds trained on coyotes:
Yours truly,

TELEPHONE814'F-1

Hughes Ideali
Hair flrushes
Waterproof anid Sterilized

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mportant meeting
8 o'clock tonightj

$1.00

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NOTICE
of Ne- I am buying old clothes and paying
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n the suits. Call 1677-W or bring them to
of ini- 203 N. Main St. Dave Mordsky.-Adv.

X00-204 LE. Liberty Street

The fiberbach &r Son Co.

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