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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GOING FAST
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tJ.( K.OwFit MALOLMt, rop.,in 118 Eor . W Liba ertst.ale
sAttrinat=ttlt-(CtNohe )Y"i omie'e. n to
The New 'W hitney WDEDY AC
MATINEE AND NIGHT
Under SouthernSke"
A DRAMA AS TRUE AS LIFE
IPrices Matinee 25-35-50e Night 25-35-50-75-$1-$1.50
Seat Sale Monday Morning
FRIDAY, MARCH 5
a'H. H. Frazee, presents the musical winner
"IsleP of Spice"1
Big song hits and beautitul effects
Prices 35-50-75-$1-$1.50 Seat sale Wed. morning
SATURDAY, MARCH 6
MATINEE ANt) NI10HT
Puccini's Japanese Grand Opera
" " Madamne Btterfliy"
COMPANY O01 75 ORCHE4STRA 01 30 PIECE S
Matinee Prices 35-50-7'5-$1-$1.50 seat sate opens
ight Prices 50-75-$1-$1.50-$2.00O 'T'hursday Morntng
T ALKIN+G PIICTURES
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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
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ORIGINALITY, SERVICEABLE
Quality, and Distinctive=
n ess of Style. Feature
distinguish our line of
CAPS, SHIRTS
anvd NECKWEAR
Just received and nowhere else to be found in
this city. Always look to us for the latest.
LINDENSCHMIDI, APFEL & CO.
THE[ FARMERlS AND MECHIANICS BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK
MAIN AND) HUROON STREETS Oe ANN ARBOR, MICHa.
ce'AtaI $50.000iC Surpls and Profts l$90.000C
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
the IntieICampus Says-
"The Best Show Between D~etroit, Ant Arbor and
of he easn" Limited Cat-a East Bound -r11C iCa. CC..::0
Those" PICKS' Lmited Cars West Bound-IE:E'4C a. EE
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r fry { .. Billiards
Bowling
Cigars Candies
Tobaccos
HOWELL la. JOHN SON, Props.
M. En RYAN, Mgt-.
FOR E4'i n ':1ta Ye CCCI a e GOOD MONEY
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314 S. STATE& STREET Boom 45 Bowland Bldg. DETROIT

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TIhe Ann Arbor Savings Bank
A Gleneral Banking Buioness Trasacted
C1CyFICOCCIChas. FE.isCcockC, Pres.I W. 1C.
tiI CisaE Vice PrCC': 'CI I Fitz.ECaserC
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W.IJ Bot Jnlo. EE V.01Sheehan
IWta. Arnold Er. V. C. Vaughan
ITas. 11. WEade IE. i. Mills
JohnC Haarer Jno1. Koch
Prof. H.S. Carhart Henry WI.IICouglasI
ChiCCsian CE riE' Dan F I. ZimermCanEE

The Heavy Exerciser Often Wastes More
I Tissues Than He Can Build Up
I by Ordinary Food
Shredded Whole Wheat contains more than enough
nutrition and tissue-restoring material to make up for

the energy expended.
When it finishes re-
storing the waste mat-
ter, it continues adding
new strength.
Shredded
Whole Wheat
is pre-eminently the
food for the athlete
and the student.
It contains all the
body - building ma-
terial in the whole
wheat, made digest-
ible by steam-cooking,
shredding and baking.
It is found on the
"training table" of
nearly every college
and university in this
country.
THE SHREDDED WHEAT CO
Niagara Faris, N. Y.

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(ier"'lla-AIedan( dxill S ank
$ Conm-mearcal atad
saving~s
Cn.'. Me.lta and liberty streets
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
0. A. MOE.

"It's all, itthe Shreds".

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MILWARD, THE TAILOR

THEF BEST OF EVERY
AtHINO IN, TAILORIN'O

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