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TfE MICHI NDAL c

OUR PRICES-
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UNIVER~SITY NOTICES ,
anld rtils a Itoitight .at..7 o'clock.
shorp iebiilot Hall:.:.Fischler,, leader.
T'1 s C.._f .sioctll Car for Jackson c w i
leav e thte itterurtbant statioo at 1t:t5 to-
(ietag of.the:tr Cosmtopolitan Clib
Satutrilayevecinig at 8 oclock. Prof
-cuorlt icc. ipets-c-inifront of Law
tutili ig. tIt jo'clock this ciorning for
clas icetare. _ c\itt, t irs.
.lectutoeo11t ltov~elly ;aid A2Nlxxxxit °.$t
Micel,". illxisti itcd Ic ystereopticont
cie xxwill bec "wr i w tHxiss ixint of
tilt (dr-xctiiig departmxxent to te tmemxers
of ii l-aPhlttndittlicir:frienisat1
e'lse1 Satiltday, in the itllxscixinlecture
Joe (ill ix x'o0-'07. lawt, itaitager ofj
the I leatot icttt lias secured rightts tci
featutre tieixmusic iif )liclifgeida, he-
rointg ,ott .Nloixday inx't. Thec musir
wcitt iiotlie.pitt-otnthis sweck hecatusc of,
tile dIsire to heltp out thic Ution ini its
{irist coiperca.
W Nb , t P Student ioiwcrk for
is-i ni Lxll e tti, 6o8 E. Liberty- St.
L(1 1 blt 13, aticrcifinose glasses
hicss exi t ofboxMonroe strcet. aidtdhescV.
ofi 1i. lsistal, :ritte, alongt12lt street
thtroulghx campusxi. Iiinder tlease phoine
402 3.
bittvanice tylesxiticoattshirtsf(stpriing
on, site by Alien, 3Muli St. 5 -tO
.LEARN TO 1DANCE.
Joiii te classex it Graige's Titesdaty
or lTxurxduy evenintginxt eek, ,utid
lerto danx iutce. Simiple dress is tprefer-
able, ay shoesill diii as lxiigx ascleants
iie ut cxxxiyou to ottier lsses-
tisi strity a sctool. f'c ie Iclesonts
'vl e ticen bteenix towsutd first of
Mayc lie schoioxl cliisintg at thtttitie.
IDo tot tint it off; daitncig is easily
heirntedt itftprotperly taught. -Asthte leo-
suits stt tpromtlyl'a-t 7 o0clocktient-
1)ec, ofithe -classscrteexpected to be
oft i hut it txitlhouiti I iiels Ito0
visxitors xciiiitie ixdititted.clitiring class
touu 7lxi 8 it'elosc.Office andilclus
rooimt, grixtix lotorxi ti-ta 'ltictc
streeti S-9
t'Se cc our complete line of Michigan
plus, fobs and souveinirs.. H aller's
Jewelry Store, 216 S.; Main street. end
liciini'lt aiongs attRoot's -Music
1Iolxtse:. Coxmte itt antd Ihear the tilts
pxlayedilxiitciithian. Matilitg tithes iltyj
tie addrxessedl.stamp~edlanut ittilexd at the
counter.8-9p

} C O * R TK 11/IHigh Class
EVRNI HERS ii v ~fl Merchandise
HATTERS 1U1vI Popular Prices
.a est -Styes-Regal1 Shoes--See'Oxxr $5 Boot
I) r ct y North of ~aw Bwuildizng
709-7T11 NORTH UNI-V RSITY AVENUE
. x GENUINE
SUSPEDR
0 cyc pai o
] fit t u vari ngthiit
a n N. f aj .,O S T 5 jv!eI M R iu R e O ltH S \( \
W\VeP ofe:txnwln fwoei o gixi paiiiiha siitme
l 1i.'ron aan o acomleeass pasxtoftofeeiray shadeshof
t~rntones, uxdes od tax.is tte eiflats itt patternd.W
> asit ur eo arly aetin o tre c ExIcefuRi,utlOuTH yrS
bile~tsssc andbe ade ltra t ~iit_ ;yot01cpleasTur.ToSTE ourP'- elParA
{ulo erW e :fexpores urtnkfpoolnstfort1)t patr oage, and tor
:. ew. frierds iwe promtise fit, fabrcic andelptiice ott uacde-to-mteasure
..garments tlhat wil11 satisfy abisoltutely-
-. FRED W. GROSS
123 It. LIBSERTY 51'.
THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
-BOSTON, MASS.
Wiitiie-iciip~nt itriot e ti cxx ixuiiitis. ii di c x Iiwere ii i clii xlSepto'iii hi- di. 11115
oux brafithec ii~iei pole- chclilyl l i n iithu icit111 Of thei i veiii uic- tlit-
l tigs. mite ars dai t edi- tie-iy t>ltax iuiiu teiaty i-i {i' anditcl-cla-rih-ti eou
hosixptals afftordt abxufdani tiptities for tc-lxiinicitr-ucioinx mieditinean
surgery COUREsiFOR THEt DERolE OF M' . D.
Adto s ns o euiales } , api cxiiiiiii - ledsi t ci. dici=1 of. D.ii Tii st udit i es i ofi'
ite fourt year itritcii l eti5 1i12 d'iive:th 'u-i,-f. cu s ubje.t',eneralcit
tbeic iuii-tiie ls-C Cccictoi cli-uiixcilict iio - itran'°isi,ii c cunextuschool year~
extecids irn)t fitober . }- x. oIJxiii t14.11111.
The dipthof ithe-Unit eruity ofci lchigan isacceopted foxia-misionti. Fi-itil
ed acnounceenict andcataiiiue, address
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, lBuos t as.
- LEARN TO DANCERC I OR - lLY OIN !THL LAPSES IN
stteSret trk. Tsitiiipayabeiic dn ce $3 00i 51 i xciii twele
10s ns. -m aseiix-t. vxisiiiic-a:t"ei-iiui t lc ii-utii111gBashus

-A+TI
T. 'EAT . .r

New 'Whitney TIEea tre
Saturday, February 29-
jKATIIRYN O^STEMN
Supported by ANNA BELMONT and a special company of players in
"Ihe ONr Who Looks Like M1e"
Seats on sale Th ursaday
Prices:-$1.00. 75oc, 50c, 25-c

FtORf RI3N-I)esii ble euite ouxe
blctfout eaisupis; electric liglhts;rtite
reasonabitle. 907 Moniroxe street.. S pc

Flib ~nm

11 . LIBERTY ST.

1 IIUdW I1-UIII Ann Arbors Pioneer Meving Piclure Theatre
..Continuous Performance, 2 to i0 p. nM. JOE GILLARD, Prop..
Webb's Forlligli GradeCade
Ice Cream, coil leIes, Punches, SherbetsIFroaen Liquid
Favors for all Occasiono. Faney Napkins and Doiltes Salted
Nut Cases.
Webb's C-bocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 5. Mal -sit.

icbetigensda tickets are numbered as
follows: 13,NbWednesday night; t4,
1ITucetay ntght; 15, Friday tnight. tf
Sice our complete line of Michi an
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haller's
Jecwelry:. Store, 216 S. Main street eod
Young'- hats-"noene~ better made"
Sprins shaps'ocx sale by - Alleut, Main
strccet. 5-to
Baseball tmen : if you want the latest
its biusebsall goods, see Splilding's line at
Cushing's.tf
Players are particular about
cues. We have good criex;
sti fq le , laid what~
stuoleboyto spit. in~edwhdt
yo ieand xec rescrve it. for
youl in -privai5. te'drawer, with-
oxut ebarge."'a -,
BILLIARD)S, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
-CIO A RS, CAN DIES, TOBACCO.
-1I S. State .31M nr
MOESBARBER 5SHOP
tfos No dS University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

'WINTER JOYS
come onily to_ those' who are fortified Isy abundatt
health arid vigor ' against _cold and ex-
posure. Bodily' warmth comes frosm
gotsd. digestion and good, food, not frotm
flaninels ands overcoats,..- -
Shredded Whole Wheat.,
is the food that brings fullest etijoy-_
tnent 'pf Winter Work or play,
because .jt is ric~h in the heat-
m a k i n g ,,muscle-building
elemtnts and because it is
so eastly digested. It gives
th~e jithe ess and suppleness
of limb that make the human
body a thing -of power and
beauty:.
A breakfast of SHREDDED
WHIEAT BISCUIT, with hot or
;old milk or cream, will supply
the energy foir a half day's
work. ' TRISCUIT; is the. same
as the Biscuit, except thatist is
compressedunto a wafer and, isx
osed as a TOAST for any meal -l .
instead of white floor bread.
-At -all. grocers. "9tr flew .
illustrated Cook'- Book is
tent free. -.
~ IT'S ;ALL IN THE 'SHREDS."
THE NATURAL FOOl) CO., Niagara. Falls, N.N'.

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