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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _

$15.00 ZL>YSCOf LY LTA~ MO1
$40.00'
N'Fi'4 ii OI[ORS ABOVETH[ RESI
THAT HELPS S4
118 E. Liberty St. J. KARL MAI

CALENDAR. HENRY QCO
Mar. ii-i3-Ferry lectures. William C o
T. Ellis. First lecture, Newberry Hall. TAILORS ) l ~ High Class
XX1iWednesday), OS I, . M.ilt wn erchantdise
$15*0U Mr. 2FclyCnetwtlUn ESvriy orchestra, High School auditor- HATTERS 1To N n Ppua 2ce
TO Mar. 12a-Senior lit-engineer dance at Lts tlsRglSosSeOs 3Bo
Granger's. 'Directly North of Law Bwzldlivg
Mar. ia-Readings ini French from 709..71, NORTH UNTIVERSIT'Y AVENUE
$40.00 d ods apnHl etr om ZATT7T
4 p.inu. Adiiissioii fret. lit :
Mar. 13--Fisclier orchestra ptarty at ' '" U.
(irangcrs acadetmy; iiiforimal. Y -TSSEDER
Mw \a. t3-Opie Read, S. L. A. coarse. a wil sitielyDERls
Miar. i3-"Thie Attitude of Content- three pairs of
is tr Gcran Pets owar Edoa-a.ordtenary suspenders.
" po aryGeran Pets owad Edca-Webbinag inimfiale. a
tii sit lectiire lby Dr. XV.XV. FRorer, -".."'.. .- Qua~lity unvarytrtg.
iinler atispices of the Deiitscher Vereiii, ANA Buffanahales onaestruetble.
SarahdiCa swell Angell hall, 8 p. in. Ad-E£adya c~oted.aiidaaahdafst,
iiissioin frcc. CLUPECO SHRUNK Ery genune pairhasae
lar. 13-Receptioiiantd daiice of ate C;O LLAr. e CtSOT STA.MPEDI)OL re~kU
l~eutsclstr Verein, in lparlor of Barhour QatrSce 5 ahafr Sor~ot u crMcdypsad.
CLET E & CO.,OSTI5EIMERBROT JPRS
LCOL Pro . ynIiiit sii t , 9 :3o P. iii. go aSxrsz~,aiw~a
ari. 13-Juiiior eingiiteer smtoker at

IClubhsoust.

'sar. 3-Sttssi's 'Uncle Tioi's
Cain."
Nl ar. I4-XVarsy imeet. If<S
A MS M E N T~. S Mion lisesokr Ii Micligaiibo
J2 ~Uiiicsiiclubhouse. bo
MI.\ar. i7-Sopomor St. Patrick's nvit-
licheuuii t Baror gymii. selec
ew
t Barbsuuir gyii.ne
Ma r. 2-. . C. A. baiqet it New- garm
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT berr Hal.
Afar. o--Unitersiy oraorical cotest
:Ior the Entire Week oni S. l,. A. corsca.
COMMENCING
MAESICM a, r CK UNIVERSITY NTCS TH
Wit
THEATRE_____________9_ thiss
folowngAlraclRehetlsarsal of the Glee club today at inca. f
Prsete 7 .i., Rssii C. Every mot.iat Bugmr
Freshmsaii girls' pary-pstpiied foiit A f
M\archi 4 iiitil after the aser vaatiin. the o
1.-Overture. Thelteisetiigof the Saitdiiiaviaii clih edici
eten'
2. -BaCkeye Trio. Cisse' 9-'iTiickiHori' Ac-. hsosbeeiiltipositeduntil Thirsday, Th
Mlarchigf. eciii
3.-Jeen.Cuanin14haea. Lirie but Graefl. Thle XWoiians Leagie will give a play,
4.-MWasical Harts. Nssilt- is SisalAt A-. "VcIse use rap," Friday it 4 p. mi.,
.-Jules Reid. 'csssos Artist an ii iao.*i larotr gyiii
6.-The Carters. As oviitsy DSoss 'lcre willl le a businsiss imeetiig f s
lte Uiiiersity lhanid it te clibihoise
.-Majestiscope. Jcksssniclshbsiill ieetst lt. M.
C. A. this eveig at 7 :30. Iporantut
PRICES:-i e is ~. 280. 300, 33c5ox si.Seats 500. ltihiees bussiness isoItt traisactei. All out.
SWsvduesdaydSa tur soday. s t 2-330. Adiision du ltAsiaic280, Csiiei 150. VTere. wsill le a toeetig iif te 190
lit clsss Frisay afteritona at 4 o'clock
in Rssoii C, Uiversity Hlsl. Agew. Yc
A7 regslsr iieetiig f the Associaioi
if Csllegiate .Alui wsill e held swith
______________________________________________________________ Miss,\l CChris siciWsller aiis Miss Rhoda
Seltck sit 308 S. Fssurth St., at 3 sclock
Ne W hitney Th~eatre Satuirsay, Maccht14. Sahject: "The
BELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200 Receit Fiitsancial Crisis," y Prof. F. M.l. un1
F' r id a y M a rcIh 1 3 Mr.Z7o, cief of the offietof silvics teir
of Slit U. S. Forest Service, will lectre
M T N EA N D N' I G H T lere tdalsy andSIFridsy before the - IMUi
deits sf lt forestry- detartmtent. It-e
witl speak itaiitly of te forest tittdi- rep
STET-ON 4aK tissihsfoire te 6oitilintacres of atial x
S forests ii tte swest. Th1e first lecture i0s X
S1 1 Ii~ ) P ro duction giveS tis mornini~t 8 oclolk isRooimi en1g
4'XWest Hall-St
V N L EL.OST-Marchi o, lady's opei-faced
U N C L E gold watch, between 47 . Washington a
'1' 0 M ~ Sbove iadiress, or poe 45-F- Reward. th
WTHFRCABI N SU3\MMER EMPLOYMENT. is
W T HF RNOON-DAY PARADE If a $ per day guarantee interests yot isdai
Mat-se 3P. . Pics:-~c- c se Mr. Phelps at Jolliffe & itmillers, di
r'ht8:15 P. M Pries6:-I0c-Z0c-30c-50c sver Co-op, State treet. tf ItC
Seats on sale Wedresday, 10 A. M.
Separae seat for bowl- dig
era and pecator, and dinl
plenty of room for all ' Nt
V whol
WebsFr High Grade Canies / ZtZ, culT
TRIS
ILLIARDS, BOWLING. -LUNCHES, 'that
tee Cream, Fruit tees, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen iquid CIG(IARS, C AN OBE S TOBACCO, wht
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doiies Salted .112 . Stae . .0. maywd
Nut Cases. T1______________
MOE'S BARBER SHOP T
.Web's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109:6. Man. St. 78 Norh Usveriy Ave.
4. A. MO.

FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION
We offer our new hune of woolens for Spinai and 5S'tiisouei'
consisting of a complete assortment of the many shades of
-vn tones, modes and tans--the very latest in pattern. We
to your early attention to these chtoice fabrics, although your
tions can be made up later at your pleasure. To our regular
omers we express our thanks for constant patronage, and toh
friends we pronsise fit, fabric and price on made-to-measure
ients that will satisfy absolutely.
Vary trily yurs,
FRED W. GROSS
123 E. LIBERTY ST.
3E HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS,
ii the eompietliueof the new buildings,whiich were dedicaited Septembhert25.1906.
-loseS new has faalitiesanacdequipimnt for teiiching and reaeareh in the varl-
wacihes at meditine prohabily unequaled in this cocntry. Of thi e build-
caur arc des-tted entirely to lsaratory teaching and resace. Numieroua
tals aiffosrs altandant epportunitiea for elinical inatructioc nnmedicine anud
fy COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M: D.
four' years course, open to bhlora of art. titerature. philosphy er seiene.
opersons aof squivaint standing, leads to the degree of lMi.D. The studiesa of
artli year arc ihoily elective; they inictude laouratory shljeets, -general
cae, geseral surgery anid the special ciiiliblranies, The nxt school year
tos frcci October 1. 1.0sto e c20. 1.).
ediploma of the University of 'fichlgas as accepted for admission. For detail-
nuoncement and cataloguan, address
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, East.. Mass.

LEARN TO DANCE CORRECTLY. JOIN THE CLASSES IN
DANCING
at Graiiger's Academy, graced feeor Maynard Street. one biock west of
Staite Street Stoen. Tuition payahle in advace $3.00 term ef twelve
lessons. No e sirsisseent visitorsare not adnitted during class hours.

)u Cannot Get 'Stren~
BOWLINi
less you supply ma-

rel for repairing
iscular waste-for

h r.. _ ~1

ile nishing the energy
pended. The human
gine must have fuel.
ength comes from
nitrogenous food
it is easily digested.
SHREDDED 'WHOLE WHEAT
-ich in the proteids that repair the
lywaste of tissue and nerve force.
contains all the body-building cle-
ats in the whole-wheat grain, made
;estible by steam-cooking, shred-
ig and baking.
o proceis has -ever been devised that with m-ake
or corn as nutritioua or as eaoily' degested as
levheat--he food of the hanman race for,
D0 years.
sreakfast of SHREDDED WHEAT BIS-
Twith hot or cold milk or cream will
ply the energy for °a whole day's Work.
SC UIT is thsesame as the OBisos it, exceapt
It Is compressed isto a wafer and is
as a TOAST for any meal, Instead of /
teflour bread. At all grocers.
he Natural Food 'Co.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. "ITS ALI

nth from
G.
IN HE HRDS

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MILWARD, THE TAILO R

THlE BEST OF EVERY

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