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THE .Y ICHIOAX DIAILOY-

1000
STUDENTS WEAR
TAI LORING..'
W~e show the largest ondt mos:t complete assortment of New
woolenis ini this pirt of the State, we take priile in the Quaiity, Price
and Design.
Look over our line today.
INew Whitney Theatre1

SELL PHONE 480

HOME PHONE 200

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WEDNESDJAY, APRIL 2 9
trider thuies oflre AiiiiArhoir
America's Favorite Indoor Show
A.G.FIL
GREATER
M I N S TR E L S
The Show You Know
PRICES: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00

THURSDAY,. APRIL 30
''te cort e iatist i~rt nii
siuciess
Cha.rles Froehm ri
PRESENTS
J. M. BARRIE'S
Great Fairy Play
Peter
Pan
: 'ri -liss Comipiiisof ii ii cc-.
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Seats on Sate Tuesday Morening.

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Special Sale of Broken Lots and Odd Sires' in our High Girade Shirts
F .0' Shirts Z~c and $1.00
HEN'RY (Q Co.
.709-711 NORTH UNIVER.SITY AVENUE
OPEN EVENINGS
fGENUINE
G,:UYOT
QV SUSPENDERS {l1
a ; thre pirs fU
TOWN & CO UNTcrYordny;senders.
S IRATS ~n~ tt
meet everytreurement
ns iseli s th loghstve- gonuin pai hs ame
as Ve~dS he ighst x- o~.rsuorafC .GUYOT STAMPED HER n~cra
pecta ttons. $1.50 up 1 .50 a- t vr god ho
SPHINX $2.00 HATS
The new Spring Styles are now ready in all the
new shapes and colors.
Miller Made jFRED fl . GROSS New Line
Guaranteed -' '"Y -"V-' of
Clothes Liberty St. and 4th Ave. ti lf Caps
THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
Witthte 11111pleittia t ithie etc biilinus. wtici e ei c a tii ed $11 1 eem 14z1111111t.
ingsefourarce iiev otetirely to iatierateoyiteaetiii atidtreearcti. Numerouslli
surgery COUR~SE5 FOR THE DEGREE OF M. tD.
A timr' years cirse. openiiiti aitieliirs of sotlitrature, phtilosophityiior cit 11.
and toiiperss e quivii alenit staningi. leadtoithiet.sereiofti. . Thicstuisof
ithe fouthyoorare wtiolty celective. tiry iiceieir ihiraei-m- - icts. gen-ral
The diploma oftheoUniversityso lichlgan issacceptod for asdmssion,.Ftr-i till-
cdnutniiicemuent and tro u e. drs-sttt
HARVARD MEDICAL; SCHOOL, EastonMass.
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THEL BEST IN THlE STATE FOR DANCE MUSIC.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY ORCHESTRA
To -v thebestresu tsf o oo io ths rce rabokd etltrug
I at an inwne.Boi nsfrnx wl st hihoeaonI c lbe ae

To Care for Hardwood Floors
The Simplest Way-the Easiest Way-the Best Way
is to itso Old IEglih Fleer XXax. ItisP eoomicat, easivy spotted acort
produces the terichudurd liisire whlicht is so hiighilyptizied cnd which=
Iti sFeer -c olndsit'sI lii i q lity that's put inoaOld English Floor i
W~uathaut pills teuli t iaiy toaik aon riirieloors.
Justas gooi iorifuritiiurniuiucauire iteotnyour grcnd piano ?
woitth the asairinre that it canniit injure--but it wilt obliterate the
scratches and most beautifully polish,
4Lov

"The Wax swith a Gioaranfee"
Makes youc woodcorkitiiik like new 'end
thce whoeeroom chore sanitarcy.
Yet cuts goti her 11e(pttupin,, ad
Came toeur stere andilt ustell iiu octa
use it tu mauke hardiroodiifliars beautiful.
FOR SALE BY
C. H. Major (A Co.
203 E. Washirngtors
We tbelieve itt the Stttdenits
'iTeir credit is goocd with tts

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TO KEEP IN THE PROCESSION YOU HAVE TO
KEEP ON THE JUMP IN BUSINESS OR AT PLAY.
This means that you must be kept in the best possible
mental and physical condition. This end is best reached
thru nourishing, easily digested foods, combined with rational
exeretse and a eareful observance of the laws of hygeine.
SHREDDED WHEAT is rich in the proteida that repair
waste tlssue and the elements that bttild the perfect humnan
body, it contains all the nutritive, strenrgth-given mtateriatl itt
the whole wheat, made digestible by steami-cooking, shreddintg
and baking.
- A ibreakfatst of ctSHiR ttD tt IttIIA'1 OltCVII ,iti rii luaurrcoldmilk orereram i"
ceut-tturteo ticit is compressedritiint %d-aidi sda Uiim-,foriAliri, iuit mc
of cthitettuouri br-ac. At g~roes
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"ITS ALL IN THE SHREDS"
THE NATURAL FOQOD COMPANY, Niagara Falls, N. Y.

If you don't want to lip your friends over when canoeingh investigate the
Morris *Canoes
before placing your order for any other, They are the safest and mcsl service--
able canoes built,
The tlargest stock of ~sexbuist canesn oMichiganc 1s
at 1SerHadc-rtaAsse., Detroit. Cell. 981 J ancd ask about therm
HI. R. CORSI, Western Sales Agt. GI. CASS LIGHITN[ER, Ass Arbor Agt.
66 Westsoctrsstas-, Datr-oit 718 5, Thayer, Phone 9101
Pho.ie N 1937 1L
Over 150 in use on D~etroit River.

Ii , arsti ll ii:actell randiutMrodh uuitn,
1,1,1 -- Sl niu ui Speialls." wllt) 11111 i
RILLIARDS. BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIG'AR2S. CANDIES, TOBACCO.
4t2 S. Stte 311 Maynard
MOEVS BARBER SHOP
701 Nort'tUnlversity Ave.
O. A. MOE.

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New ]F Ilmxs
Tru s., Th'ura. arid Sat.

TE C ASI:N'O
MAIN STRUEwT:

Pianist, MISS MAUD~E STANTON
ILLUSTRATED SONG SOLOIST
MISS, OLIVE STANTON

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