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AMU5EMENTIN
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT
Far the Ezmtlre Week
COMMENCINGx
MAJESTIC M a, r cK
The following Attractions will be
Presented :
I.-Overture.
2.-Weniozen. +«L Francis Worlds gretes t rifle shots.
3.-Eimnalyin. Laokaye. 'ritia thutna C antriene.
4.--Dort CAl Mae Gordon. Trio. tCtwedy Nov elty C'ycli-ts.
5.-Valmore. In-truenetal i tii..
6.-The Danicing DeMnths. Crotesqoce Whirlwind lancers.
7.-The Haydten.Famxily. 5 at tnalI iht; W ire Artists.
8.-Majestiscope.
PKWICES:-Ev enings I~c. 25c, 3Ocn, 35c. Box Seats 50c. IMatinees
Wednesday and Saturdays a .Adtmi-ssion Adtls 25e. Childrten I50.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CALENDAR.
Mar. 2-Atiittoiwiski Trio, on Coral
CUniifn series.
Miar. 2-Soilt lit dance, Barbour gym.
Mar. 2--Beulah Pint in tens Riv-
ers.
Mar. 4- Taft Republican lub smoker,
Nichols all, 8 p. in.
Mar. -Readings from Racine's "An-
dronstaque," by Prof. Andre Beziat de
Bordes, auspices of Cerle Dramatique
Franenais, Tappanp'IHall lecture room, 4
p. n. Admission free.
Mar. 5-Candy sale, 2 to 6 o'clock, at
Newberry Hall.
Mar. 6-Varsity band dance, Barbour
gynnasitum.
Mar. 7-Fresha-Sotpb teet.
Mar. 7-"The College Widow" coai-
nee and nigt.
Ma. q-"Little Jobtnny Jones."
Mar. te-Lecture by Bliss Knapp, itt
Newberry Hall, utnder Uiersity Cris-
ts Science society aitspices.
Mar. tJ-Stetsitt's "Ucasle Tott's
Cabin.'
M4ar. 4-Varsity aeet.
Mar. 14-Illini sttoker is Michigatt
Uniion clubhotuse.
Mar. 2o-Ralphl Stuart in "Strotg
heart."
Mar. .o-'De Paris attx Pyrenees," a
lecture by Prof. Louis Loiseatx, of C-
lutatia university, atsices of Ceree
cratitatitlte ratcais, 8 p. mt.
Miar. 21-irst Regimaet of Iliois
mteet.
Mar. 23-lien Greet compay in "Ro-
meo tatilJtliet."
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Section 3, jutnor Dettscler Verett,
wit tteet in Rooma C, Uiersty Hll,
Mlotttay, 5 :30. Wite.
Regtlar muntaly meeting at :MMillatt
hallthttis eettig at :30. Prof. J. B."
tavitsill sieak ioa "Failtres."
'Te social cmttttittee of te Illiti
wisit to attotuce a staoker at the Mich-.
gatt Ctiost on te eenitg of Marht4
Partictlars will le giet later.
Miehigatn casdy mtadte by Mihigats
irs for, lietigatt- sttdets wiltte ott
ale at Neswberry IHall text 'Ttturstay
frott 2 to r 6,ti. Tt 'ea atd coffee wilt
be servetd utter te directiotn of Mrs.
it'Ooge atti Mrs. etsat.
ire for the Sotvetnir Atograpt Editiott
of thte sotgs, and the Micligaeasian,
at Lytdos at t2 sharp today. Great
taste htperatie-all comtttitteetmen wo
cotte get sottsenir ook at special price.
Putblicity Cottatittee.
Souvenir editiott of Mictigeida songs
biotttd witht aattographs four-page ita
sert, at Root's about Tursday. Price,'
$.uo. Editiott limtied; nuntbered copies
reserseid fob all swho sign the book at
Root's Mfusic House. 11-4
Etgiteers' Petns sharpened atd re-
paired at Skinter's.
VACATION ABROAD.
Darsa your way. Openitg for five good
iten; seniors or those who can stay five
months preferred. For information see
R. E. Church, 2t9 S. Thayer St. t-ta
Fraternity House for Rent-Large
htouse suitable for fraternity or club, on
North Division street; inspection invit-
ed. Dr. A. J. Hal, Laurence Bldg.,
corner Fourtta avenue and Ann street.
Bell phone 758. eod
Let "Hank" cook you a d
SHORT

ORDER.
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browan tones, modes antd tans--thte very latest itt patterta. We
invite your early attention to these chtoice fabtics, althtought your
selections can be made up later at ytiur pleasture. To ottr regular
customers we express our thanks for eotistatut patronage, and to
new friends we promnise fit, fabric and price ott maade-to-maeasure
garments that will satisfy absolutely.
Very truly ytors,
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THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
Watht the cnomptetiunno.tht~ e nwitildinns, tilictwire ti tic t i tiSeti itti. 3tI Sit
thin schootlnnwhasfaellitit's atnd eqitmcet. for tercai iiiOttesettith ie cvari-
os brancttes'of medicitte protbttly uneua~ntlrtdint, iit, it. O five btild
lags, toune are devotted entirety to labo~rtattri teatiitnand2eer.Nmru
htosptats attord abuatdant noptortunities fr litr nic-alin t-tcti inmiin tt
surgery COURSE FOR THlE DEGREE OF '41. it.
Aftuar' yearn coarseutprn totbactheltirs of art. liiiera ture1. itt: y rscene
and to personsnofeqtutvalent standitig.lestrotitt do i iiintofiNit.It.riteettles tf
the fturetthyear are whttlly eective; thry iiiincuelt I~thtt witsihts.elsri
medicine, general aurgery and tttespecial cliniical brtchest. T Iw net chotolttyt'tr
extetnds frmOctber 1. tt1W, t Jane ,,ttltth
The diploma of the Univ-ernity of t'liehigan in accepted tar adm~ission. Ftic i
dti-ed antounnementt'atnd ataltigue, addtrests
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHtOOL, Botn M iass.

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LER ODNECORCL ONni iA 5I

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at Orng,,er'sAcadem,vgroudforMa i.( . ,, .o
State Strat .r ts. Tuit ti aabi)a tkiw $3 0t ff ht
tessns. No enthrasacttent.st osaentamt1d uiLrlsor.

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New Whitney Theatre

WINTER JOYS
come only to those. who are fortified by -abunidatit
health and vigor against cold and ex-
posure. Bodily warmth comes from
good digestion and good food, not froms
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- I
m a k i n g, muscle-building
elements eind 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.

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Theatrlum 119 E. LIBERTY ST.
Ann Arbors Pioere Movng Picture Theatre
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.

Webb's For ilighl Grade Candies
Ice Cream, Fruit Iceen, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors f or all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nut Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 s. MaIi t.

WHEAT BISCUIT, with hot or
cold milk or cream, will supply
the energy for a half day's
work. TRISCUIT is the- same
as the Biscuit, 'except that it is
compressed into a wafer and is
used as a TOAST for any meal
instead of white flour bread.
At all grocers. Our new
illustrated Cook Book is
sent free.__
" IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS."
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.,

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LLWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE:TAILOR

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