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UNIVERSITY !NEWS
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CHECKS
On the Bank of' Success-that's what well
tailored clothes are. A man is taken now-
a-days at his -face value." May we not
show you the newest Checks and Pencil
Stripes as well as Plain Suitings and Over-
coatings, to which Dame Fashion has affixed
her royal seal of approval this Spring.
Swell Suits and Overcoats to order, $2101)0
--Fashions latest whispers- do lend an ear
to them - - - - -
J. Karl Malcolm, 118 E. Liberty

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Russian Symphony
Orchestra
MoIIdest Altseul(bner. Coanductor
NINA DIMITRIEFF
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LEALIA JOEL.-HULSE
BETRAM SCHWAHN
FRANK ORMSFSY
AritadII II~oi st
Prices-50-75- $1-$i. 50
SLATS NOW SELLING

Tuzesday, Mfar. 21
FREDERIC THOMPSON
LI1 THE LI
Spendthrift
A NVil Dvama of TodaIIIIIy
Bly Prtr1(rleVI l Po'.
DORIS MITCHELL
and a Noal a s (t of111 yl
Six Months at the Hudson
Theatre in New York City
Prices: 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
SEAT SALE NOW OPEN

CALL AND),SEE THE
New *Engajqlish
Styles
Hentry ind Com pany
711 M. Vndveraity .Ave.

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Hotel Cumberiand
war. Broadway, at 54th St., NEW YOR.K

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Granger's School of Dancing
Clasossfor Ladies eand Gentlmn iTuesday andThursdayEvsening, 7:00
to 8IOS o'clock 'liion 0(i).
IFor Particularstcall at Academy or Phone 246-Office lsurs 10 ts 12 a. a., 2 to 4p. an

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KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special Terms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproo
Transient Rates, $2.50), with Rath. and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.

BAILEY & EDMUNDS Ldfirrm o21% op
tusiisin ackle nd i tnn to Water Shamoos a. pecal. All
Liberty St. Ann Arbor lichigan11 'HIO~uhVi icrIshNAo
On An End Run-
The strength to throw off' tacklers, theP
mental quickness to see an opening and hog t h tmn orn"h
length of the field for a touchdown" he-
long to the man who trains on
SHRE~DDED rr'w64
'Whole 'Wheat containing all th(e lenits xvhich
build muscle, bratn and bone. In the prepara-
tion of Shredded Wheat none of these
elements are lost. The most palatable,
digestible form of whole wheat is Shred' so, (i
ded Wheat Biscuit ready-
e,06 -' cooked and ready to) serve.
The Shredded Wheat Company r
*44/l ~ ~ Niagara Falls, N. Y.r r s t
"r " Sole Producers
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VNDER THE MAN AGEMUEN'FOIF
Harry P. Stimaos., formierly with Illi telIperial.

NUTWOOD

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JoA TRUBY
FOR
Hih -Grade
Confections
Pure
Ice Cream

2 for 25c
Best Made--Merit in every Threa

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LR. E. ,Jolly's
Grand Opening
Lunches, Cigars
Cigarettes, Tobacco
and Pipes.
Ag-ents 3-B Pipes
Detroit United Lines
On information to Division Superin
tendenit Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Dotroi t
United Lines by officers of Varsity or
ganizations, tihe movement, beyn
the I'iacity iaf the regular service, oii
ifny group of stiudents to or_ from Ann
Arboar extra ears and extrao fervice
will be promptly supplied.

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116 So. Main
I Phones 166
Typewriting and Shorthand
0. D. MORRILL
1o1 Nart i vers I i tiy All B1 1 1 11(
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
GLEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor
THE OLD PLACE
REINGER.e.CA O.
We have a freshi stockl of I~rirw
Albert m an .cxdoii ioiiniland
pound canos and jars

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

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THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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