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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~ ~ - ~

Ice Cream Soda
5 Cents
All flavors except Chocolate
Chocolate Soda 10c with double
portion of lce Cream
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.
AMUSE M ENTS
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT
aFor the Entlre Week
COMMENCING
The following Attraciions will be
Presented:
1.--Overture.
2.-Beuckeye Trio. iComedyTrick torse Act.
3.-Jean. Cunningham. Large but Graceful.
4.-Miasleal Harts. Novelty Musical Act.
5.-Jules Meld. crayon Artist and Mi ic.
6.-The Carters. All ComedyDuo.
7.-Sirronli. Lay :aGlles
8.-Majestiscope.
PRICES:-E1.venns 15.,, 25c, 30c, 35c. tox Seats S O. Matinees
weaI esday and Satirdays at .:30. Al mission Adults 2sc, Children 1s0.

CALENDAR.
Mar.st- 5-tFerry lectures. William
'1. Ellis. First lecture, Newberry Hall,
Vednesday, Mar. IT, 7 p. m.
Mar. ,-Fischer orchestra party at
Grangers academy; informal.
Mar. 13-Opie Read, S. L. A. course.
Mar. 13-"The Attitude of Contem-
porary German Poets toward Educa-
tion," lecture by Dr. WV. W. Florer,
under auspices of the Deutscher Verein,
Sarah Cassvell Atngell Hall, 8 p. m. Ad-
mission free.
Mar. 13-Reception and dance of the
Deutscher Verein, in parlor of Barbour
gymnasium9, :30 p. m.
Mar. 13-Junior engineer smoker at
clubhouse.
Mar. 13-Stetson's "Uncle Tom's
Cabin."
Mar. 14-Varsity meet.
Mar. 14-Illini smoker in Michigan
Union clubhouse.
Mar. 17-Sophomore St. Patrick's
luncheon at Barbour gym.
Mar. 18-Senior St. Patrick's luncheon
at Barbour gym.
Mar. 20--Y. W. C. A. banquet in New-
berry Hall.
Mar. 20-Unisersity oratorical contest
on S. L. A. course.
Mar. 20-"tDe Paris aux Pyrenees," a
lecture by Prof. Louis Loiseaux, of Co-
lumbia university, auspices of Cercle
Dramsatique Francais, 8 p. m.
Mar. 20-Engineering society banquet,
Michigan Union clubhouse.
Mar. 20-Ralph Stuart in "Strong-
heart."
1 ar. 21-First Regiment of Illinois
mneet.
Mar. 21-Ben Greet company in "Jil-
iis Caesar," 2:30 P In.;'"She Stoops to
Conquer," 8:15 p. is., University Hall.
Mtar. 23-Ben Greet company in "Ro-
meo and Juliet."
Mar. 25-Address by Attorney-Gen-
eral Wade Ellis, under auspices of Taft
Republican club, 8 p.im.
Mar. 26-Henrietta Crosman in "The
New Mrs. Loring."
Mar. 28-Jan Kubelick, violinist, New
Vhitney theater.
lar. 30-April 3-Ferry lectures. Hugh
Black, D.D.
.'Mar. 27-James O'Donnell Bennett,
dramatic critic for the Chicago Record-
Ierald, will lecture on "Richard Mans-
ield, the Actor and the Man," in Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall.
Star. 27-Lecture on "The Making of
Literature," by Charles Whiting Baker,
mtanaging editor of Engineering News.

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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
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.

For a limited time
we offer a good stem
wind and stem set
watch at
v 89C
- " Warranted entirely
..t I~Iisatisfactory.
HOAG'S HOME SUPPLY
STORE
BRIGHTON
Flat Clasp Garters
for solid comfort. The newest shades
and designs of one piece, pure silk
web. All metal parts heavy nickel.-
P SILK plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
all dealers or by mail.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
718 Market Street Phuiladephia
Makers of o er Suspenders
You Cannot Get Strength from
BOWLING
unless you supply ma-
terial ,for repairing
muscular waste-for

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New Whitney
BELL PHONE 480

Theatre
HOME PHONE 200

Monday, March 16
The first complete production of Grand Opera ever given in
the New Whitney Theatre
The Italian grand
Opera Comipany
MR. IVAN ABRAMSON, Director
110 People-20 Principals-50 Choisters
30 Musicians-3 Condiactors
Prices- 50c-75c-$1.00-$1.50-$2.00
Seat sale opens Friday Morning, 10 o'clock at Box Office
W ebb's ForiHigh Grade
Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nut Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. MainlSt.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Meectisng of i9o() lit class tiday, Roisst
C, Usiversity Hill, 4 ocldock.
There are still plenty of Illini smoker
tickets. All members who do not see
social committee may get their tickets
at the door tomorrow night. Blanken-
bturg.
The second of the series of Friday
afternoon addresses at the lenten ser-
vices of St. Andrew's church will be.
delivered this afternoon at o'clock by
Prof. James A. Craig, his subject being
"The Return to the Hebrew Prophets."
These addresses are under the auspices
of the Hobart Guild and all students
of the University are cordially invited
to attend.
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haller's
Jewelry Store, 216 s. Main street. eod
Students are always wel-
come at our stores. Read
the papers, use phones,
smoke, meet your friends.
We try to treat you right.
BILLIARDs, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES ,TOBACCO.
A12 S. state3 11 Maytnad
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O. A.MOE.

replenishing the energy
expended. The human
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 force.
It contains all the body-building ele-
ments in the whole-wheat grain, made
digestible by steam-cooking, shred-
ding and baking.
No process has ever been devised that will make
oats or corn as nutritious or as easily degested as
whole wheat-the food of the human race for
4,ooo years.
A breakfast of SHREDDED WHEAT BIS-
CUIT with hot or cold nllk or cream wlil
supply the energyfor a whole day's work.
TRISCUIT tsthe same asthe Biscuit, except
that it Is o impressed info a wafer and Ia
used as a TOAST for any eal, instead of
whitse sour bread. At ally ocera.neo
The Natural Food Co.
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