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February 27, 1908 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

/Iar ~a E bet'b
THE NEWEST IN TOWN
Made as you'd mtike them yourself. D~iffereut from
the candies that you0lha-ve Oeeu buying and lbetter.
A new sl%!prxerxt Just ini.
E. E. CALKI NS, Druggist.
324 South State Strnet.
AMUSEMENTS

YAILI

CALENDAR.
Feb. 27-hLe Teatre 2l0 College," a
talk by Hlerbert A. Kenon, Tappan Hall
].tuelreoitm, 4 p. m. Admisionti free.
Feb. 2--Leland T. Powers, on S. L.
A. course, Litniversity flal.
Feb. 9-Special "Mihigenda" matai-
tee, New Whitney theater.
Feb. n2-Catherine Ostermain in "The
Girl That Looks ike Me."
Mar. 2---Belab.Point ii "ens Rhv-
Mar. to--Varsity hantl(lance, Barour
gyiittasiuttt.
M~ar. 7-"Catnsg Ott Ptrty" at
Nessleriy Hill, in the esetiig
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Imp~ortantmetitng of ttttscal cltbs
at 4:5 totay, Rooms C. Sterlig, Mgr.
Jttnio lass tractteo report at gymt
lfron 4 t 5 :5. Testis sill lie tcked.
The Ciis cli will methitt the Altiha
Ntt roomts tonight at 5 o'clock. Prepar-
atioin for Jessupts lecttre.- Ees, Pres.
A teciatl eetitg of te Newv York
club Sattrtday eenitg. Nest mets with
le initiated. Everetotdy out. X. J.
Duppcert, Itrs.
.t thte fresh engineers' class mteetisg
yest eday afternoon anitaditing com-
mittee ws'ap tponsted.R. L. Lesisi.
clss'. tresitett, has .transerel to te
dental tearttett aitd it is tproable tat
a ntw, pesident swill lbe electedlsooot.
LEARN TO DANCE.
Join the classes at Gratger's 'Teday
or 'T'hirsday eeninig ext seek, atd
carns to dacte. Situsle dress is prefer-
able, any shoe swill do as log as cleat;
conme jttst as yoti go to oter classes-
'tis strictly a shool. 'lwselve lessoiss
will te givetn betseet't ioss alfirst cii
May, the shitotl closig t that tite.
IDo ntlit it oil; dacitg is easily
leartie if protperly' taught. A' the les-
soins start promtply at 7 o'clock, ietas
lies of te classes tre extected to be
ott hattdat that Itourt. Positively n
vsitrs wil le amttittetduititg class
itotut, 7 Io 8 o'clock. Office atdolaciss
roomtit.gritnd flnit, 30-t: aynlarl
street.8-c)
Mlielitteitinsngs t Roott's Music
lotte. Comite intild iher thehils
plalydcil iithe pianot. Sluilitg tites say
le addriessedt,.stattisidilantd timailet it the
FOR RENT-Desirable suite one
block frost campiitoel ecice lights; rat'
reasonuabtlle. 97 SMotnro street. -ti
'ilueligeista tickets are nutmtiberel as
fltloiws: 13, Wedniesay ight; 14,
Yountg's hlat-tnotie eter miahe"
Srnug sates oni sale by Allei, Malts
street. 5-o
Baselall msens: if you wait the latest
its baseball gods, see Spaldig's lue at
Cnshitg's.t
k"Looptheloopretrts
are te latest tiprove
ment in bowling alleys
They stop speed of ball
'nd leae it neaest the
onlet.

BILLIARDS, BOWLIN. L UNCHES,
CIGARS. CANI-BS, TOBACCO.
=12 S. Stt. - 311 Maynard
MOE'S 'BARBER SHOD"
7" NoellaUaverp5ty AvR.
O.A. MOE.

HATS HATS HATS
Every fashionable effect, every color
of the season.
CAPS CAPS CAPS.
The nattiest and most approved fash-
ion, faultless in finish, reasonable and
seasonable.
Stein-BlockClothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
THE ACME OF STYLE
Styles here not to be found elsewhere
LINDENSCHIMIT, APFEL & CO.'
For a limited time
we offer a good stem
wind and stem set
Warranted entirely
J ~ satisfactory.
'OA'S IOf[ SIIPItY
JOR
BRIGHTONI
Fiat Clasp Garters
for solid comfort The newest shades,
and desgs of one piece, pure silk
4 l ALL web All metal parts heavy nickel-
FSIAK plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
CLASP SL all dealers or by mail.
PIONEER SUSPENOER CO.,
718 Market Street Philadelphia'
WINTER JOYS
come only to those who are fortified by abuindanit
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-
ment of Winter Work or play,
because it is rich in the heat-
ma k i n g, muscle-building
Pelements and because it is
so easly digested. It gives
the litheness and suppleness
of limb that make the human
body a thing of power and
beauty.
A breaktast ot SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT; with hot or
cold milk or cream, will supply
the eergy for a halt day'.
j work. TRISCUIT in the same
a the Biscuit, except that it is
compressed into a waer and i

uaed an a TOAST tor any meal
inntead of white flour bread.
At all grocers. Our new
illustrated Cook Book is
sent free. ~'t
"IT' ALL IN THE SHREDS."
THE NATURAL FOOD) CO., Niagara Falls, N. Y.

New Whitney Theatre
Saturday, February 29
KATHRYN OST-ERLYANI
Supported by ANNA BELMONT and a special company of players in
"T1he Girl Who Looks Like Me"
Seats orn sale Thirsday
Prlces:-$1O.00 75c. 50c, 25c
bnMMn .m 119 E . L IB E R T Y ST .
Ann Arbor's Pioneer Movag Picturre Theatre
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
W b 's For High GradeC nd s
Ice Cream, Fcott Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors for all Occasions. Faney Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nut Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 s. MainmSft.

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