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THE MICH!6AN IDAILY?

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L^UNOS C10SE YS f1AT AAIO SMOOTH
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THAT HELPS SOME
118 E. Liberty St. J. KARL MALCOLM Prop.
AMUSEMENTS
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT
For the Ertre Weok
C01 MENCI G
IIAJLSTIC M a r c 1"
The following Attracions will be
Presented:
1,--oerttro.
2.-Wenaon.. t Franoale worlds greatest ie sots.
3.-EmalOx%&yxA Lakay. Prima Donna oedem.
4.-Don M Mae Gordon Trio, Comedy Noelty Cyclists.
S.-Valmrs,'e. instrumental Mim(
.-The Danelz.l( Debtsthe. Drote~ior Whirlwindtacers.
T.-The HaydenFamily. nimafgh Wire Atiss.
d.-Ma jestteoope.
PR.IC]Eeings 15.. 25..Z. 3... 5.. aSeats S50... i lnes
Wednesday and Saturdays a.2:0.Admsio Adults 25c,. Children 15o..
New Whitney Theatre
satsurday, Mar. 7 Monday, Mar. 9
Matiunee and Night Tihe Greatest Musical Hit
LJOHlNNY
4At, ne=.25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 NO0I SE
?11t--35C, 50, tMS, $1.00, $1.501 Prices- 35, 50c 75c, $1.00, $1.50

CALENDAR.
Mar o-Varst syband dance, IBarbor
gymnasium.
\lar6-TF .Ii Iitchitait. ot"Rail-
sway Valations," before the LEgineeing
socity Room god, New Sneint'e
building 8 p ir.
\Mai. 7-Fresh-Soph miet.
Mat.7-"The College Widosw," matai-
tee andtidt.i
M~ar. g-"Litle Johnny Jones."
Mar. to-Lecture by Bliss Knapp, in
Sarab Cawell Angell Hall, untder Uni-
versity Cristiani Science society aus-
pices.
MlarI -5-leery lectures. William
T. Ellis. First lecture, -Nesberry Hall.
Wedinesdlay, Mar. 11, 7 pto.
M\ar. 7-Faclty cntcert switl Uni-
verily orchestra, High School auditor-
Mlar. r2-Senior lit-engiteer dace at
Graniger's.
Malr.13-Otie Read, S. L. A. course.
Mar. 13-D~r. W. W. Flore's lecture
before the Deutscher Verein, Sarah Cas-
cell Angell Ball. Recepiot and dance.
Mar. 13-Stetson's "Unicle Ton's
Cahi."
Alar. 14-Varsiy meet.
Mallr. 14-hllini smoker ii Mihigat
Uniontcltbhotse.
M'iar. 2o--University ortorical contest
o S. L. A. course.
MLar. 20--Enginieerintg sciety banuiet,
Micihigail Unions clubhouse.
Mar. 2o-"D~e Paris aux Pyrenees," a
lectre by Prof. Louis Loiseaux, of Co-
lubia universty, atspices of Cerle
Draruaitue Francais, 8 p. in.
Mar. 20-Ralphi Stuart its "Strong-
beat."
Mlar. 2-First Regimet of Illilois
Mar. 2-Bieltreet compay in "Jut-
ils Caesar," 2 :30 P. I.; "She Stoops to
Conquer," 8:5 p. i., Uivtsersiy Hal.
.lar. 23-Ben Greet company in "R-
metneltd Juliet."
.Mar. 25-Address by Attorney-Gn-
eral Wade Ellis, undter aulspices of 'Taft
Repulical clb, 8 p.i.
E3IVRSITY NOTIES
Mieetintg of Csmopolitan club Satr-
da eentinigat 7:30 shn.
Regular meetitg of N' York cubt
at clubhouse iis eetitg. Dppert.
Mfeeting of Mliignetsiatt boart of
conitrol today at 5 o'clok Sierson,
Chairmsan.
Meeting of seior lit auditig commit-
tee 11o1111, 4::5 RoomisC. Univiersity
Hail. hull.
,This afternooti at5 o'clock there sill
be ant address by lDr. Frederick G. 'Noy.
oti "The 'Trend of Modern Meicine,"
at Hiltrris IHall.
News York clb bonquet Sturday
eveninlg, March 7, a the Michigan Union
clubhouse. Please secure your tickets
at once ini order that fial aratgemets
may le made. C. S. Fowler, C. B. Du-
gan, A. X. Leet, B. T. Colman, W. J.
Duppert commttittee
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT.
Students, open for summer work, call
and see S. A. Wiggins at the Cook
House, Saturday, March 7. 14-16
Since 1858 we have made Watch Re-
paiing one of our strongest features.
Haler's Jewelry Stoe, 216 S. Main
street. eod
4~Our stores will b open on
Sundays thi year, for sae

Softia, catidies, etc., and
SILLIARDS, fBOWLING, ..IMiBss,
CIGARS. CANDIES, TOBACCO.
AM1 S. Setsh .111 Mesyy.W4
MOES'S DRBR "SHOP'
75 S .A Utwllt~ ve,

HENRY 1(1.CO.'

FURNISHERSTh c
HATTEToRSe

Latest Styles-Regal Shoes-See Oisw $5 Boot
IDir ectly North of Law Buzildirkg
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENVE
SUSPENDERS
c a three paisof
ordinary suspenaders.
o Welbin iiminstable.
ARCADE Quality unvarying.
AN Buffnlsindestrucible.
Q Easty.ajuatea-ulalia od fs
Everygenuinenpair hauWa
CWI.PECOSRUNK QUARTER SIZE . uOvo'"SAMEDssHEsRE
COLLAR 50¢ apah-atevry goouashop
RI ET AH 2R2 ETS. 55 css, tun ,,~otr syl sti.o~t~
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION
We offer our new line of woolens for Spingii and ,'etmomis '
1108, consisting of a complete assortment of the many shades of
brown tones, modes and tans--the very latest int pattern. We
invite your early attention to these choice fabrics, although yonr
selections can be made up later at your pleasure. To our regnlar
customers we express our thanks for constant patronage, and to
new friends we promise fit, fabric and price on made-to-measure
garments that will satisfy absolutely.
Ve'ry truly yours.
FRED W. GROSS
123 E. LIBERTY ST.
THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL,
BOSTON, MASS.
With the com pletiontof the newnbildings, whlichlnere dedicated Septenmher a°,5,190.
this school now has facilities and eqipmenit- or eiaching an~d research in the vaari-
ous branches of modieine probaly unequalid in tis country. Ofthtie five buid-
ings, four are devoted entirely to, lahoratory teachinig and researeh. Numerous
hospitals affoed abtundant opportunities fur clinic'l iInstruction ilmedicine and
surgery COURSE FOR TiHE DEGREE OF M. D.
A tour' ye arsecourse, opten to bah'telors of art. literalure,phlilosophy or sciencer
and to persons of eqluivalent standing. leads to the decgree otfi. It. Tile studies 0o.
the fourth year are wholly eeitiv,'; the~y inlulde luaboraalry siubjects, general
mndicine, general surery anld the special cliiial tbrane is.,'e et school year
estends froni October 1. IfS, to ,Tunle t¢.190t.
The dilploma .1 the University sf Ilinhig.. is accepted far admiiss. Fior detail-
ed annolunement and catalogue, addres
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Est. Masu.

High Class
Merchandise
Popular lprices

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LEARN TO DANCE CORRECTLY. JOIN TEE CLASSES IN
- D A NC IN G
at GranigerssAcaidemiy, roun~dflionrMayniard Streel.onie blunch west of
State Street Stores. Tuitioni payab~le itnadcan.ce $3.0lten, of twelve
leasons. No emht as eit vsitorrsasee-not admnitted during ecliss hours.

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You Cannot Get. Strength
BOWLIdNG
unless you supply ma- 4i

terial for repairing
muscular waste-for

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replenishing the energy
expended. The humani
engine must have fuel.
Strength' comes from
a nitrogenous food
that is easily- digested.
SHREDDED WHOLE WHEAT
is rich in the proteids that repair the
daily waste of tissue and nerve forc.
It contains all the body-building ele-
ments in the whole-wheat grain, made
digestible by steam-cooking, shre-d-
ding and- baking.
No procese hot ever been devised that t :ar ike
oats or 'corn as. nutritiousli or as easily degestcd as
whole wheat-the food of the human race hoc
4,000 years.j
A breakfast of SHREDDED WHEAT BIS-
CUlT wit~p hot or.colsd milks or cream. will
supply the energy for a whol.e day's work.
TRSCUIT lathe same asthe Bscit, except
thot-It to sempresed lnto a wafer.,and is
used asee TOAST for 'any meal, Instead, of /7
whiftflor bread. Atealleroers.
The Natural Food co+
NIAARA FALLS, X, Y.s"ITS ALL

from
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Webb's For High Grade Cnde
Ice Cream, Fruit tees, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Ltquid
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nest Cases.
Webbs £Icolates are unsurpassed. 109 5. alft 8t.

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