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March 04, 1923 - Image 16

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-03-04

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUND AY,.

French 1«:
IMr. Patterson's class in 'French 42 which has been meeting in Room A
=Alumni Meta. Hall on Tues. and Thurs., will m eet after this (beginning
Tees.) in Room 231. N.S. at the regular time.
WTARNER FP. PATTERSON.
Mrechmnie il Eiiginet Ting,, :6:
Trip to Detroit Pre, ,ed Steel Co., Monday afternoon, March 5.
3 CHIAS. B. GORDY.

IDO ANY OF THESE APPEAL TO YOU?

EAT AT'

Exjdbltioni of Chicago Tribune Buildinj
An exhibition of the competition di
i cago Tribune Building will be shown1
{ ate part of the afternoon of Tuesday,
7, and Thursday forenoon, March 8.
4unior Engineers:
It is imperative that all Junior Engi
C lass Banquet. sign the list on the bulle
dlay night in order to :secure a reservatic
havo bought your ticket. Tickets may
day night.
To All Students Interested in Public 4p
A.1 students interested in practice
tend the meeting of Adelph House of
night. in the Adelphi, room fouth floor
membersh ip w«ill be received at that ti
I to becorne acquainted w~ithi the naturec

.q Conmpetition IDrawings:
Iawings submitted for the new Chi-
in Alumni Memorial Hall during the
March 6, all day Wedlnesday, March
EMIL LORCHI. I
ineers planning to attend the Annual
etin board over the arch before Mon-
ion. This ap-plies whether or not youI
be obtained up till 5:00 P. M. Tues-I
ROBERT PRESTON.
peakinlg:I
in public speaking are urged to -at-!
Representatives, 7 :30 P. M. Tfuesday
of University hall. Applications for
[me and also a. chance for new men
of the pratice in speaking given by
DONALD 0. COOK, Speaher.
portance. Nearly 500 public laws were
passed by the Congress, or excluding
Sundays and holidays, about one law
l) pe l ay.
PRIZES OFFERED
IN MUSIC CONTEST I
The National Federation of' Music
clubs has announced that the fifth
national contest for young profes-
sional musicians 'will soon be under
way. Prizes wxill be offered by the
state organization to the winners in
the violin, piano, and men's and
women's voice competitions.
Michigan contests will probably take
place this month. All musicians, who
come in the four classes named, and
who are between the age of 16 and 30,
are eligible. The (state winners willi
enter the district' trials and the dis-
'trict winners wvill compete for the
national honor.
All who are interested, can comiu-1

WILLIT'9S
The food is different.
Quality, Quantity and a rea-
sonable price has always
been our aim.
Smartest service in the City.
Special Sunday Dinner
$1.00
PRIVATE BANQUET HALL
WILLITi'S,
Phonle 173 31") S. Staite St.

SUNDAY DINNER
12:00-.2:00
Chicken Noodle Soup
Roast Veal With Dressing
Sirloin Steak

Chicken Pie

Candied Sweet Potatoes
Creamed -Cauliflower
Fruit Salad

Mashed Potatoes
Buttered Parsnips

Assorted Pies

Two Kinds of lce Cream

Sunshine Cake
Heavenly H-ash
SPECIAL
riicumbers
Nevw Pie Plant

Fresh Tomatoes

Radlishes I

Watch the Classified Column

for Our Daily Specials

THE Y. W. 'C. A. CAFETERIA

508 E. WILLIAM

JUST OFF STATE ST.

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IT'S COME!
THAT TEXT BOOK
WHICH YOU HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO GET,
CAN BE HAD NOW AT
V .R 5SNERT

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enicate with Ada L. Gordon state con-'
stest chairman, at 2952 Seond Blvd., '
- ;Detroit.
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PEANUT CRISP

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Wholesome

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Fresh aad
Delicious
f. Universit y
Ann Arbo

The Ma cDiarmid Candy Co. 715 IN'
Next to Arcade Theatre

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UNIVERSITY CLUB CHORUS IN
THE JANITOR'S CHORUS
The clean-up Squad of the
and Leander"

Campus, from the opera, "Larry

SCANDAL SONG FROM MIMI
MINSTREL SHOW
Kemp Kenna, Tenor; E. G. Burrows.
All words by Dr. Frank Robbins

Mummers-Masques-Girls' Glee Club-Dancing by Miss Sehon's Pupils-Banjo Quintette-Robert

Dieterle,

Baritone-Burton

Hyde and his

Tickets in Reserved Section, 75c: General Admission 5Oc.

For sale at Box Office, Monday afternoon.

BVY A

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