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October 07, 1917 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCT

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with which they are familiar. Fresh-
m en are eligible.
Trot o h hrlinwlbe held from 10 to 12 o'clock and from
4 to 5 o'clock daily, at the School of
Music.
All campus organizations are re-
quested to hand in their list of officers
to the members of the Student Direc-
tory staff by Monday night in order
that they may be published in the Di-
rectory that it is contemplating print-
ing this year.

Teixt-Books and Supplies
For all Courses
WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS' NEED
Sheehan & Co.
Ann Arbor Detroit
Uncle Sam
needs stenographers and bookkeepers. Exceptional oppor-
tunity for college mien and women.
NEW CLASSES OCTOBER 8
Hamilton Business College

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Points to

Read

and Remember
About

Aliendingez┬░

Heights

d dition

The most Jwaiitifiil district in Ann has been thme show place of Ann Arbor
Aro is H ie improved tract knowni as ihf all strangers had to visit. Why?
Woodsidle. frontiag on Washtenaw Ave- Because it was a piece of fine XI ch-
ime anid boiud4d E a: t zand West by. igtn mnatural forest built into a resi-
Oxford Road amnd Vorest Avenue. It Bence sectionm.
ONE OTHER such tract is possible within the corporate limits of
Ann Arbor, and ONLY ONE. There wrill never be but the two. ,,The
second is in the Allmendinger Heights addition.
This tract is 2/5 of a mile nearer the Court House than the corner of
Washtenaw and Hill Sts., and is almost !2 of a mile nearer the University
Hall entrance to the Campus than the new Hloover residence on Washtenaw
Avenue. These distances are by measurement. Please grasp them. A
number of University people have grasped them and have bought.
The best pleased people in Ann Arbor are those who have purchased
lots in this addition in recent days; a number of them will build in the near
future.

Conte Out Today

Select Your Lot

National

Home Realty Co., Agts.
106 S. Main St., Ann Arbor

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IL STANLEY
D~irector

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THURSDAY, EVENING OCT. 11
cuse ickts ith$3.0 ayFestival "Cover Coupon" on Sale a
11111 Auditoriumn as follows: $4.00 Seats, Monday, Oct. 8; $3.50 Seats, Tuesday, O c
9; x$3.00 seats, Wednesday, Oct. 10. Sale begins at 8 o'clock in the morning. Single con
Dort ticket sale begins Wednesday, Oct. 10, at :I P. ME

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