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Michigan Daily, 1911-02-28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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711 . Vniveraity Ave.
Granger's School of Dancing
* Second Semester begins Tuesday ese, Feb. 14
IClasses for Ladies and Gentleman Tuesday and Thursday Evenings, 7:00
I to 8:0i0 o'clock Tuition 5.00.
for Particularsucall at Academy or Phone 246-Office flours l0 ts 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m

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GEO. V. STOLL, Prepistor
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Beat Out the Play.
The man who's never caught "off
first" is the fellow whose keen brain
and pliant muscles act together in-
stantaneously. Muscle which respond
like lightning to the will, and a quick
mind-are the result of right dieting,
in training and out.
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ts the athletes food. It builds brain tissue
and supplies muscle energy, because it con-
tains all the nourishment of whole wheat, in
its most palatable and digestible form, un-
like flour and most forms of wheat which lose
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