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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I ce C ream Soda
5Cents
All flavors except Chocolate
Chocolate Soda 10c with double
portion of lce Cream
E. E. CALKINS,' Druggist.
324 South State Street.
AMUSE-MENTS

Majestic
Theatre

CALENDAR.
Mar.e 30 XApil 3-Ferry lectures. Hugh
Alaii 311(afteriooni)-Stiecia clinic
cond1uci tedoby irof IHoover for junine
and snioirimedical stdents; (evening)
---nn Xirtonrledical cib meeting; le-
toresby Irof Hoover.
Aprli3-"Te Expeimeniital Vie-
pitin Chlomisotry' Prof. Alexander
Smithb. IofiC.. ihyyics aipiiheatr,
2 p. m. Publici nvicid.
Apri .1-Micigan\oienslonnet
at ailour((lie ~niii -
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Thlichl rigan XWomn's baniquit wilt
le hliltA.Xrile4 atBarour gymnaium.'
Ticketsiiay le hldiattic gmnasiio
fur 75 cnts.
potnt mieting ;Monday at 4 oclock, in
Rowm 5. Tappan al. 'Tis will le the
last chance for e lrsons intiresite in
Spanishtoenrol1 as chateienibers.
PresiientiStredsiiii of I lotol-cu
lgwirlee(le Slocnm lctir i
S. Amndrew's church at to0:0 a. in. to-
day. HIis sujcis Tc lDonnan
Note f tic Reigion of Today." 'Those
wb eahtrod tDr. Sirssaedsunhiris'las
eriill nitd nging to conic to
hear hiiii again. tlIe is a the feiiit of
tic leoeressiv eigiof thr church, and
is sal to tic a mos g ros and inspi-
ing tlhinke inI sieaer. lNe cnies to
auddress Umi csitystiiieniis.
FOR ifSAXL-Suiale foelraeiruits
ior clubtou s, lirgethouss:
-at--2 I-2 blilicks fom camps $,00.
211 4 bliicks Ifriiiicmiius 9,000
.11(1 blocks friiiiica ps. 11,o00.
4111-3 bloks fronm 'campuis, 11,000.
Iasyacrll s. Bntt is i& Hoiiig, 12 E
Hurnon stert.
lOSt'(Golduwt actfuilu.engraedil iiti
uinitials IKh-lt.Returin nto Phi Dltla
Teahou s. Ifesarid. 35-7
1.4 ST-MIarc 21. liriwcit IE. (Uniec-
siiy aniii high sclool, an otieiifaccu gli
catb Eot 'lginnmae, ks'ywiiii. tFindre
pla e eturnto V. IN. I anc, 75 Frs
avnus. Rewiial
1F(RIiSAXIEiCHE A P-Lot Iiierna
ional Correespondentrce Scoliookiiits on
nginering. Aply at Cool House. 35-7
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs sd soveirs. Hller's
Jewery Store, 2i6 S. Main street. od
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haler's
jesery Store, 26 . Main street. eod
Aarnm clocks warranted for one year,
$.oo. Hlaller's Jewelry Store, 216 S.
Main street. eod
THESIS DATE APRIL 15.
Make a date wills Jolliffe & Kitnmiller
at once foe typewriting your thesis, and
insure getting in on time. Above Co-op.
Both phones. eod-tf
B3OARERS WANTED -Cn ac-
commoatae thee more boarders at 1218
South Uniersity aveiie. one cook
iig. $3.50. Siigle oals, 25c. 34-5
Yonng's has-"nonse beler made"-
on sale by Allei, Main stsreet. 30-5

D3o you bowl?
It's hude exercise.
Try it.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
I; S. Sat~e. 311 Maynard
MOE'S BARBER SIIOP
705 NolrIhUniversity Ave.
O. A. MOL

1.
h
J e d
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I I O
- ,
-;

For a limited time
we offer a good stem
wind and stem set
watch at
89c
Warranted entirely
satisfactory.
flOiA'S HOM[ SUPPLY
%TdIDF

HATS HATS HATS,
Every fashionable effect, every color
of the season.
CAPS CAPS CAPS
The nattiest and most approved fash-
ion, faultless in finish, reasonable and
seasonable.
St ein-Blo ckClothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
TUHE ACME OF STYLE
STYLES HERE NOT TO BE FOUND~ ELSEWHERE
LINDENSCIIMITI, APFEL & CO.

hefili ' "nĀ°Tmou ' . ecuthono i
thI ~ . artigtiia.'iio
isesy. It's pr ikwb
lutoty tfnt clasp 'arter .. , n'w, excnuse-sari-
is the lBrigton. Siil' dyes11n1g,1 o isf
on of meni knrwrths-buy s"e 1;b eerr} biidy. Alt metalpat
he'saiid wear itiem. Ttie ws-en if hiavnictkei-plaieud bras.
is there, and they cnitoly a qluarerIieou dealer 'an 't suppleyioua
a pair. Rememtbee it. pairll e11 enit upon reeipt nf price.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CR .718 MRKET 5'.. PHILDA RN EXTRA CHAGE FORI HANDSOME HOLIDAY BOXES
MAKES of PIONEER SUSRPENDERS

I

New Whitney Theatre
BELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200
Thursday, April, 2 Friday, April 3'
The Great Westerft Lyman Howe's
MELO-DRAMA Mvn
Little. Pictures
Prospector TatTl
Prices = = 25=35=50 Prices = =25=35=50
FoHghWebb's Forilgh tGradeCade
Ice Cream, Fraittgoes, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nut Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Main at.

You Cannot Get Strength from
unless you supply ma-
terial for repairing

muscular waste-fo r
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 tht
daily waste of tissue and nerve .force.
It contains all the body-building ele-
ments in the whole-wheat grain, Dmade
digestible by steam-cooking, shred-
ding and baking.
No process has ever been devised that Nvlt make-
oats or, corn as nutritious or Ns easily Scgesird as
whole wheat-the food of the human race for
4,000 years.
A breakfast of SHREDDED WHEAT BIS-
CUlT with hot or cold milk or cream will
supply the soergyfor a whole day's work.
TRISCOUlIT stheasame as the Biscuit, except
that It Ia oompressed Into a wafer and is
used as a. TOAST for any meal, Instead of
whita flour bread. At all grocars.
The Natural Food Co.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. " ITS ALL

IN THE SHREDS"

t
.. .

ST UDIOm RENTSCtULLIR,,

319 East Huron

Street

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