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THE MICHItI A ILY
CALENDAR. N R r r .
Feb. 9-Fiftieth anutal addrss of th
Student-' Chritian asociation bylRt TAILORS High Class
S p c a u r c s Re. CalesP. nderso, nItshp of FURNISHERS To M 11 Merchandise
Chicago. Univrsty Ilall, S p to111
S e i l C t f r coFtteb of tuent.recrtin yboard HATTERS Popular Prices
See Window Display 8 to i P. MI Directly North of Law Biilding
tak yHebrtVagtaI ppnHaf709-711 NORTH UNIVEKSITY AVENUE
S a l eby V ugO SnS TFe b . p n1Hs t ylecture room , 4 f. .m . A d mi sionrfre. y - - > G N U I N E
Sale CLOSES Feb. 1 st F~~~~ebit -Vlnielnho"o h ior girls in arbour gyntnasom------U1
Feb. 14-Caholic Sttdetts' club dace S E D P
Barbour gymnasium. fvt, 1 rra
Feb.r4 -Sophtomtore egiter oace, a t, g; t
_tGra ner's.
Merchant Tailors illustrated lecture by i.Lous 1ateleitio t tiest o ai I o
onr) Sarah Caswell Agell Halal, 8 noue t
p. it., atstices of (erle lDaiotiqiti CO LL.ARi
Francis. Qurer iseah,2r 25c.es
IRS E.Liberty St. J. KARL MALCOLM. Prop. Feb. 2-ILe Theatre att College, a ., so~l~eln,,~ras tit0 -t r-O
talk by Hlerbert A. Keyot, Tappan lHal
___________________________________________________________________ lecture roomt, 4 P n. Adtiissioit free.
et. 21--Athletic carnival higit school AVniqte Feature
Fel. 27, 28, 29- Michigttd, t hul-o s o i ttto. .k ata
taradtlFriday eveititgs and St ttatrtot es Vtttvt trda y (A r./r&n tda'~ otoI loo t tH O't nut o fla he
Jf ronN w htnythaer eoode " tt ott tc irSloo t rtl ott. t at , tl,,
Fel.28--Lelantd T. Powers llt S I 0lr 110ttl 111t gaio-
i~ . i jv I ' ~5 A. Cotrse tUniversity SallHL 0Ot 7t o I10
UNIVERZSITY NOTICES mMN tai~s li o'

jfThe Scandlinaviatn societwilme
Thuirstday at 7 p. 1In., in Rom ,1ni
versity I tall.
iSlicligetola rehearsal toi rovnght
at 7 shtarpi.Any itai absent itouta 1HEI1
gotttt excitse wlil be drtotttedI
The RI. 1Rev. C. P. AtirsnD.., wih)heco
Iltisliotpinof Ciagot. whottcome o Ann as br l!ue
Arbotr to addresthe Stut,, h s ( ~ s ou r
tiait\stioiatt. tiill ttreachlnSt $ i utet
drest's church at the mingsrvc.toor'ya
II j~\'lie Itndianta state club wilhl 0 n on'hy
meetinig at thte Michigan UUion cub edi e e
httttse N'oitday at 8 p'. it. Teontiu The dipinme
titittf the dubti sill bte read fttr adtion edtittnot
at this incetig. abfter the btusiness ses-
siton a smtoker weitt be htetl.Z. C. Sant
tersttnt.Secy. ____ I
See our complete line of Michigan
pint, fobs and souvenirs. Haller's ato Iil
Jets-el ry Store, 2I6 S. Main street. eod lssns
tt.50000T t5000tA1S-T1tiNtU C ADS.
See our tess lute of Broswn, latger &
IHuttl frateritity batnqutet prograits andt
taiqttlatnusi before tplacinig yottr or-
terlor irjutiior I-ltttt house parties. =Vows
is tthe timte to ortder. Alto best lute of
frauertnity andichbletigant stationtery itt Colie cT
lie city. 'T'ypeswriting chieatplytone. heatlth al
Joltiffe & Kitanmiller, above Co-op. cotd
posu re.
Two dollars insures you against all good dig
loss by fire. Geo. J. Hailer & Co., fanl
Real Estate and Insurance, 216 South fanl
New Whitney Theatre Ma in street. tf Shrec.
Alarm clocks warranted for otte year. I the foc
BELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200 $t.oo. Hailer's Jewelry Store, 216i S. 1
Main street. cod iment of
° because
Celebrated Martin, Mandolins anti b
Guitars are best for nmusical clubs. It1 a k i1i
Schaeberle & Son, ito S. Main St. eotd elements
PALMIST. so easily
the lithe
Miss Loiuise St. Germ~ainec. Returited of limb ti
to Cook lioise,1, Rooit 7,1 opposite par- bovt
for.k: Han~d, 2, centts; carol-, 25 centts. boyat
WVill rettaintottly a short timte. of beauty
Fk'119 E. LIBERTY ST. "All late books for rent al Foster's. If A bre
i'ul3fV1I11 Ane Arbors Pioneer Moving Picture Theatre WHA'
*ii ti iiii Reiurn of MISS GEORGIA INGALLSWH l
A A L VA L11 all next week. ' F oot is a very topuolar gatute caid mil
the eme
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10p.m. JwEtGILLARDePrap. ire abes week.
p" .OEGLLR rp of btest niake, all ottlone flootr,. a the I
intlev-ery- acctsnomoationt to , cempress
suitued asi
W~ isFor High Grade P.C Ijjp A al
~ ______________________ illustrate(
BILLIARDS. BOWLING, LUNCHE~S, sent free.
lea Cream, Fruit tcens.Puches, Sherbets, F'rozeen Liquid C I GA RES, CA N DI ES, TOBACCO.
Favors for all Occasions. Faney Napkins and Doilies Salted si S. ara - 31 ayar IT'S AL
Not Cases.
Choolte ae nsrpssd.105.Man t. MOE'S BARBER SHOP THEF.N
Webb 's ChcoltesareUnsrpsse._19__Mah a. S Noth Uiversity Ave.-
O. A. MOE. sw

p '

FRED W. GROSS
Liberty St., Coe. 4th Ave.

I

HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
mm~tooitheolooitisoins.ooIioloo"ee d it. Ol Sti- mber ISttot t
teoistetoetirelyO tl atborttorylI-.-to-fit-- ando r e earch~. Ntttloroute
ill ab tnda t ooti tiest5 fortlinica0 1 t00 l fsr t t tot-Imedicine- otl
COUSE FOR THE DFiiOE1SF 0M. D.
111 101010 ol~ ntto-acheilrs ott aet., Oil slt 0 lii --sopor Itt ine
ea r hlyeleoiiie--:tey io.mole Iaotiotlotwo u.ooioto-s. general
ferl ti<-,1r idtesptrial olto ic Itooolt~. 'lttot-nex otohol yer
ta fthre Unvrity f ihiaiaccetedfo adisione.toorodotaill
netat ataloaue, addllress
HARVARD MEDICAL. SCHiOOiL, Botuon ,'Late.

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ARN TO DANCE- CORRECTLY. JOIN THt CLASSES IN
- mmm I A N 1C II N iG
--t SFot: ". TulitlIito yale1-ino advl-010,-$3 00 Otrmof io l v
\U e-rnibatoosw-10r0m. Mumsi a-~oret1 admi0t ted during cuss hours

VINTEIR
tlly to those who ar
Lnd vigor against col-
Bodily warmth co.
3-estion and gootd food,
tnd overcoats.
Ided Whole W~
id that brings fullest
Winter. Work tor pl
it is rich in the ht
g, muscle-building
and because it is
,digested. It gives
ness and suppleness
[sat make the human
hing of ptwer and
eakfaet ef SHREDDED
T BISCUIT, with het er
1k er cream, will supply
orgy far a half day's
TRISCUIT is the eame
Biscuit, except that it is
osed iate a wafer and is
a TOAST forany meal
of white fleer bread.
jrocers. Our new
:d Cook Book is
.L IN THE SHREDS."
ATURAO FOOT)C

, Joys
re fortified by abundui t
d and ex-
amCI froml
1, nsot fr0o1m
rheat
tenj oy-
lay,
eat-f
"'0., Niagara Falls, N. Y.
THlE BEST OF EVER
THIING IN TAIL:;ORIN

ALWAYS AHEAD IN

MILWA W, THE TAILOR

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