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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t theli It ii s of our skillftul
tailorts - the-tt trtest selec tint
iii i111teItheII keetn ill lii
c itic
1-er send t Itherenatouch Itof
frnt i it ttakes''®r
1, vct y garmt.t twe la lioit ' .arm ~
is rghit intevery iletail.
WVe dti a try ont with each ordet. I);t 't~l itnitil the
sloIIt-t ativn e will told a drat iiNtnixleti gil ofitime yout
yisli-t

J. Karl Malcolm
Tailor for the Chaps
118 Eiast Liberty St.

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AMUSEMENT"S
New Whitney Theatre
ISOTH PHONES 480

Sat, Matinee-Night Feb, 21
The Favoriet's Return
KATHRYN
" WILL PRESENT HERSELF
Brilliant New Comedy
"The Night
of the Play"
Without fear or contradiction, the
handsomest gowned actress
in America.
Don't miss seeing the famous
Osterman $1.000 cloth of
gold Directorie Gown.
Prices Matine: 25-35-50
Prices Night: 50-75-$i
Seat Sale Thursday Morning

M on., arch 1
America's Greatest
Indoor Show
23 - Years Prtgressive Prosperity - 23
THE
All G. il
Greater Minstrels
A Merry Musical Melange
A Night With The
Minstrels
Fun and Melody
The Show You Know
Prices: 25-50-75-$l
Seat Sale l'ridav

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nili A. Srltttiittir itt t i t ht -held
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v~ill rcprescnt il a t' it e tt t -
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lit. it C.ititiite 't o Et J A\ i-ti'Itt
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Ito'c "Ait STur Tousndiiri. Cmo
flip owlt telsliI ttor tttt fr itti
Tcti clo7. this \ gi llMa Soa&aCo. Cit i-
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htIotlisadiottes tdelivered.it oSlltit-

YOUR PHYSIOLOGY TEACHES
YOU THAT THE BOD
is like an engine and that food is the fuel. The
greatest amount of power is, of course, gained from
the best fuel. So in the
human engine, Shredded
Whole Wheat supplies the
most e a s i 1 y digested,
sinew-and-muscle-building
nourishmnent. 'By making
Shredded
k~Whole Wheat
a regular part of your diet,
your mental and physical

powers are kept at full-
steam all the time.
It contains all the body-
building material in the
whole wheat, made digest-
ible by steam - cooking,
shredding a n d baking.
It is found on the ''train-
ing table" of nearly every
college and university in
this country.
"It's all in the' Shrets. "
THE SHREDDED WHEAT CO.
NIAGARA FALLS - N. Y.

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ANNOLINCFIMEiNT iti i it i '''.3 i i li _irtt i
We are now ready with our new Chinese YEA
ive of high class Spring and Sum-Chns Chop-Suey Restaurant
n rSuitings, in all the latest fash- Chllo- , Ia -y iti- i. t - ti-t i--1,
t 0. 5.FR L N iu-ii-tist (1ati mit zci t titt1 if Ilii
-- -1 t 1 t} k ac 'x ti :tt i 1i l ~lt - "l- , i lii i i ith r
3:; ai t.A ~A im 314 S. STATE STfREET
"
[DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
ARE STAMPED Ea.CO.

TALKING PICTURES
Adremisfe'to e.tways the sanmo So
ti...."s DETROIT UNITED LINES
FREE!FREE! Betweent Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Majesti CJakso
SOUVEN IRS LmitdCars East Bound -a. tti':O
T 0 W 0 M E N p ii tnututt p-'Ilt"
WednesdayMatinee Lmied asAWest Bound-::'a.n.
_____ Local Cars East Bound-to ) it.1:5a
TODAY BEAUTIFUL n.1' 'p N-J1t iti15t tn.itnd alft h urly-
GUTGLASS WARE iti :1 toalo t .15 a n.,1:a. ui trt 23
a.nt: nintiit ii- iti iiiitipijlatit
FREE ! FREE! LoaCasWsBon6:4tn.. .
in..and('vtry wo Tur t-11) .ft

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M-Iade ttf rtIled(l ( rman
silver and hIIchst raide
tool steel. ASt the (er-
man silv er is rolled, die
stamped and hand finish-
ed-the inst~u men Is are
a/0l ltiI/a-Nta~ws Ii~l-
stru ction and detail.
Interchiangeable Parts

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list itt litokett-itixill lit Ile-iet ly.
Removable Needle Points
'L-dataged potnts ate tretplac-edt li atittll
Settuox-itu andaintsertitg n itt-a 7-itty~
Straightening IDevice
-is ttttcied to CIoriilttsssti a ldlIidetltrs
1 titliniglhanidle tlways Il-ilerunit tuta

. " Billiards
. Bowling
Gigars Candies
Tobaccos
HOWELL (ea JOHN SON, Props.
M. E. RYAN, Mar-

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"Facts on Drawing Instrutments" an in-
structive booklet sent on request. Write for
It. Address

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V. qf M. BARBER SHOPjG01MOE
J. R. TttOJANOWSII Prop. Ll O E
I I,}T m) . ok) S10W R 1,E '-IS WOW THr E tic Jr. :Cat c.yren
22 S. State St. hi Mich- TE.J.CICo
Phones359 Bell Ann Arbor, Room 45 Rowland Sldg. DETROIT

Dt uti otf that rile till it grtsto
coid. OutrIhorses tre tie tituditsa
pleasiure to rile tbehindi. I lolites' lt
cry- .528 F'. Jeffersont St. Belt 522, tIitutu
183. agtf
Baint niueckwxetar fir men-i. \Allen'i
Ctothers Shop, :Miain t:Si 8t
('uinte Mexiralit thili cont ('trtueat
College bItt. 6tf

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181 Motroe St Chicago
EUGE3NE DIETZcJEN CO.
Manufacturers
New York New Orfeans San Francisco Toronto

ANN ARBOR AGENCIES:
WAHR'S SHEEHAN'S

FOSTER'SJ

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STYLES

MILWARID, TE TAILOR

T" E BEST OF EVERY
"tIING IN TAILORING

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