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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
.. CALENDAR. HENrRY C-l awCo.'
Feb. 26. 27, -&-"MAichigenda," Wed-
nesday, Thursday and Fridlay evenings. TAILORS 1I High Class
New Whitney theater. 10 II P~hAiS
talk by Herbert A. Kenyon, Tappan I-all H T E S~I PplrPie
teetare room, 4aii. m. Admission free. Latest Styles-Regal Shoes-See Oisir $S33Boot
Feb. 25-Leland F. Posseris, on S. L
a,. course, University Bal Directly North of Law Btiildimg
leb. 29 -Special "Michigenda'"ismati- 709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
nec, Ness 'sshitney theater.
Feb.i2 ci-Castlerine Ostsermai n in "Tlie=
( itlisht ILouiks Like M.\te ,_GEXNUIE
itris fiesslats Poiist in "Leisa Ruv
ea2 sN ybssldi abs." SUISPIENDERS
M~ar 6-V rsit ban (lace, arborwil eoosti.ve oufs' II
EI yiaiisiniii theepairs of a
\'tsr 7---Cariipinig (iiOu it y ordinar se d -
Nesslerryiii lall, is the eveniing. ARCADEuQ lty unvaryin. }{
AN_______________ _Buttnholsindestru-ctible. ?
AR&OW _
Evrgniearanm N V R IY N TC SCLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE F CH . iO4.a pin HEREnisorcos
16NIVETSITAH;NOTICES2 CENTS Cs f usya i-ospad
CLUETI.PEABROOT CO., MAKERSOF UETT SHIS OSTHEIMERBROTRS
5esisor engioneersl Pictiire this noons __--
at1ci;atte sior besice.

Fresh engineer relay trials aain toay
~~ at 4 p. i., for those mess sho have not
SA iiietiig of tee feeh eigiieer class
nill le held ha Roiims30%3,Iewsenegiieer-
iig bildisg, this afternooss at 4 o'clok.
tFress lit class imeetiig Thrsday at 4,
Rooni C, Uiiversity Hal. Eletion of
track nmanager wilt ake plae. Homner.
Forestry clt meets toiigt in Wes
H all at 7 :3. R. S. Kellogg of the
Fores Sersilet-wcill speak. All foresters
le nest regular iieetiig oftheSat-
Fe.e.7, at 7 PIs., its the Altiha Nii
TT roosss-.Uiiersity Hall. Ulmaanni, Sec.
T+ le seioiirit lieligasesisais pictre
is E ill ee taei at the senior beichTshurttsr
dy -tt12:5. tis hisisbeei decided
upin si iorter Ilat iore seiiors sasy
aplear in tepicittre tansaitusrnet out
fir te firt photographt. lEvery seiior
lit is rgei to be oii ad.
\ichigeiua songs wil be sia sale at
tis theater asic1 t Root's msisto lcre
after S oclck tonight. TChey sell for
cits. One iiaiitinas resered four
cmplete.scoaere--seeral three-
LO(STl-Saturday, latys gslitech; L
C.Itt) eiii sck;same iiside;leather-
foi, Resrnso ,408 Church street, or
Wiali's instk store. 6-7
See Hteniniig & Koch's iecvfisl line
of Michigans fobs, pis ast sponis. 113
last iberty St coil
See ousr complee line of Michigan
pns, fobs and souveirs. Haler's
Jewelry Store, 26 . Main street. ed
Fraterniiiy'1House for Rent-Large
New W~~hitney T1heatre hiisise suitable for frateruity or cl,o
North iisions street ; iispetinitinusit-
ci.tDr. A. . 1Hatl, iirenc Bldg..
co.rier Fourth aeiie aiid Anns street.
ell phloe 75. esod
See or complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haler's
jewelry Store, 216 S. Main street. ed
Young's hats-"noise better made."
Spring sapes ons sale by Atest. Mai
street. 5-0
Baseball men : if yon want the latest
in baseball goods, see Spaldng's line at
Qhnnf- 1ii 119 E. LIBERTY ST. Ctisbig s. t
1U M Ann Arbr's Pioneer Moving Pictre Theatre '' THE; BEST COFFEE
Cont~nusous Performance, 2 to 10 p. ml. JOE GILLARD, Prop.an
COOKED BEST.
Webb's For ighi Grade Candies A :
BILLIARDS, OWLING, LUNCHES,
Ice Croam, Fruit Ices, Punces, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid CI GAR S CANDIES, TOBACCO.
Favoro for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Dolies Salted -112 S. sRate - d11 . ~agr4
NutCases.
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
Webb's hcoates are Unsurpassed. 109 . Mal St. ypp N-rRSUalvqrItyAve.

TO YOUR CONSIDERATION
We offer our new line of woolenss for .S'jiiitsfj avd .S'tsiinel
1908' consisting of a complete sssortnment of the many shades of
browns tones, modes aind tans---the very latest iss pattern. We
invite yoor early attention to these choice fabrics, althonugh your
selections can be msade up later at your pleasure. To or regular
customers we express our thanks for constant patronage, and to
new friends we promise fit, fabric and price otnmande-to-measure
garments that will satisfy absolutely.
Ve-s r ,y 'isiyous.
FRED W. GROSS
123 E. LIBERTY ST.

THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
Witte coplein5fth ewisislsins,tiicessedicatdseitemtiber 5 106
ass besanscies atfisedic ineiproailytu-nesqualedsinis ouientry. 0f the fice buoil-
tugs. fase are devoted enirttely to iloiratory te-acinianasiaes-easeh. Numerous
hiispital ~5ci ssafodauisianst opso-tunsitiee s.,-clinical iistruction iinimssdi-isesan
sus-erey COUR~SE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. It.4
A four' yyrs coure.aosessstoiaceiirs of art. fi tisure..pilsoph~ly or scliee,
anidta persosiofeuivsialeiit stasslinsiarides oni. c r!st, fMitD. Thestuissof
she taurths yeas is-nwhllysele-ci-.e:isheyin-lusdis-laborsrsiiy sbjeictsgeseral
miedicini~eseersugenacssiidhesepcialcliinicai 5.owsss~. Thie extschosol year
extenids frsomsOtberie1 . 1 n o Junelas.- lils90..
The diplona of the Univ-ersity of rlichigan is accepted for admission. U-oru detail-
ed assisouncemesntssindctalsgueadidress
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL. Boston Mass

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IEARN TO DANCE CORRIECTLY. JOIN THL CLASSES IN
Staste Stsvit Stares .Pisisiss ayslurfit asissisis $3 0O ties..ositwiselve
lessnss. Noe mrsils n~is ,is.'~ itrs e siiit s1idii ui n elas s ust .
WINTER JOYS
comle only to those who are fortified by abundant
health and vigor against cold and ex-
posure. Bodily warmth comes from
good digestion and good food, not from
flannels and overcoats.
Shredded Whole Wheat
is the food that brings fullest enjoy-
m~ent of Winter Work or play,
because it is rich in the heat-
m a king, -muscle-building
elements and because it is
so easily digested. It gives
the litheness and suppleness
of limb that make the human
body a thing of power and
beauty.
A breakfast of SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT, with hot or
nold milk or ni-earn, will supply
the energy for a half day'n
work. TRISCUIT is Khe name
as the Binnuit, excepU that it is
nomprenned into a wafer and in
uned an a TOAST for any meal
instead of white floor bread.
At all grocers. Our new
illustrated Cook Book is
sent free. .. .
" IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS." f
THE NATURAL FOOD CO., Niagara Falls, N. Y.

TIlE BEST OF EVERY

ALRWA4YS AHEAD IN
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MILWAI-E, THESAILOR

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