100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 25, 1908 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1908-04-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

UtCHMAK DAILY

STUDENTS WEAR
TA!ILORING
We show the larges t iitiost complete assortment of New
woolens in this part of tip, State, we take pride in the Quality, Price
and Design.
Look over ouir line today.
AMUSMENT

New Whitney Theatre
BECL PVHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200

11

U

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2 9
Unitr the Ans-pi ,- 01 i Arbor
America's Favorite Indoor Show
Al. G.7 FIELD
GREAT -
The Show You ,Know
PRICES: 25c, 50ce, '7< , $1.08

THURSDAY, APRIL 30
I'Thc Season's Greatest Dramatic
Success
Cho'r-es Frolzms.u
PRESENTS j
J. M. BARRIE'S
Great Fairy Play
Pew~ter
Pan
Virst-Class Company of Players.
Prices: 25c, f50e, 75c, $1.00, $1." ;
Seats on Sale Tuesday Morning.

CALNDAR..
-April 2-Physics,' by Dean Reed,
before Educational club,. Room 6, Tap-
pan H-all, 8 p. u.
April 2-Senior lit banquet, Whit-
msore bake.
_April 25-Seat sale for 'LAvare"
Opens at 9 a. u., Wah's book store.
April 27-V esuvius in Action," illus-
trated lecture by Prof. W. H. Hobbs,
Iligh School auditoriuris.
Ap{ril a-Senior girls' play and dance
at Barbour gymnsasium, 8 p.,us.
April 28-The City of Paris," illus
trated lecture by Theodore W. Koch,
auspices of Cerle Dratatique Frncai,
iss Sarahs Cawell Anell Hall, 8 p. u.
April 28-"Pubic Recreation," illus-
trated lecture by Grahasm R. Taylor, is
museuns lecture room, 8 p. u.
Aprit 3-Govi. Jonisont of Minnesota
on S. L. A. course, 8 . in.
May 5-Conscert by university orhes-
tra of 45 pieces, High School auditorium.
S. P. Lockwood, condsctor.
May 7-Faculty concert, Highs School
ball, 8 p. u.
May 8-"L'Aavre," presented by the
Cercle Dramatiqte Francais, at Majestic
Iheater, 8 p. u.
May 8-Students' Medical society en-
tertainment its lirbour gymnasium. Ad-
dress by Dr Walter Courtney, chief sur-
eots of Northerns Pacific railway
UNVESIY NOTIG~f
Soph 1t baseball candidates report
at South, Ferry field at o a. u. today
Specia trains for seior lit banquet
will tace Ann Arbor tdepot at 6:30 to-
night.
.lestbers of varsity band meet at M-
.'lilats Hall at :3o. Bring instruments.
Fischer. ILeader.
Mleetinig of Sophs lit class Tuesday at
4, Roiiom C, to discuss plans for spring
contests suntannussal banquet.
Special cars for seior law baqset
leave today at o a. u. and 5 p. u.
shiarp. 'ickets may be had during te
dayat Carlsons & Hensderson's 0ffce in
tie Wagner block.
Liingm'san Co., Ptotigsaplers. Groups.
viewss lanterni slides, ad postaris. Ie-
setoping asi printing for amsateurs a
specialty. 'T'his first cosists of Wil-
imss. formsery with .vsion, 'ihomptsotn,
whoiihas ail sesertl years' experience,
and Longmsan. uf6 Soth ttSate street.
Ptsonteo. tf
01,LD TOWVN CANOES.
Are delivered as Anns Arbor within
twii days after yor order is given.
Sensitpostal for catalogue to W.I.
Tritplet, 604 S. 'lThayer St. f
NOTICE-Class teams and fratern-
ties ctn save money by getting their
baseball ssppies at Csshing's. f
LOST-Mis Phi Epsilon pit; name
on back, Agnes X. Zeller. Reard for
return- to 520 Csurchs street 49-50
I have a good proposition to offer to
one or two students where they can make
their college expenses. A small ivest-
ment is reqired Warren H. Sit,
real estate and insurance, Ann Arbor
Savings Banks block. 39-49
Mg rude Miler Bissell-Voice lacig
andl Song Interpretation. 6 The Cu-
ting; both phones 428. Sat-f
A Players are particular abouit

cues. We save good .cues;
light or heavy, plain, corded,:
or ebony, to suit. F'ind what.-
you like sad we reserve it for-
you in private drawer, wit:-
out charge.
*RILLIARR$. SQWLIN* .LUNCH#6,
CIGARS, CANDIRS. TOBACCO.-
'12 'S. 5tai4 311.j 8si
?0ES N3AlvRely R e
9- 4-IR UiV.Ri7AW

Speci I Sale of Broken Lots and Odd Sizes in our High Grade Shirts
1 OShirts, Z5c and $1.00
ENRY (Q CO.
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENVUL
OPEN EVENINGS
T SUSPENDERS
t wll oossi'r/yo..d/.ue
thsree pairsuof
AR O Wordtnaysuspenses
TheAR O Webtsng inimttab~le a
The most wearable Buttonholsndst~rutile
and the most dur- Eve euiair haulid l
able of collars. K -* ,nCTUfhvcrSTMEspcssRMEac~vo
aac. each-2 fur 2 5t 0of us 'bynee e.
/IOSTHEIMER BROTHERS
C l.ITT, PEAuOOY & CO., Makurs 10 HSNTOOT.PIAYYL
SPH INX $2.00 HATS
The new Sprtng Styles are tow. ready tn all the
new shapes ansd colors.
MlJer Mgde 1j D f A New Line
GuprAnteed IFREDL WY. GROSS of
Clothes Liberty St. and 4th Ave. I Golf Caps
THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
Withi the om teti tuhe new uldingus,,tiwhihweediateld Seemsber2 596
thts schuotlnow hs facltt5ansdriqsipmensor tieIacIhing aldress erhinthe vusi-
usbranches of suedicies.obsblyosnequalein tis 5,o15try. fith ie bild-
tugnfseare dtuvoted enstsrely to taioratory teacliin- asid reseatits "umsrmas
hospitlaffoid abunsdanst opsportitis for cinicalis-IucsionIis mdiciseansd
surgery COURSE FOR TilE DEGREES OF M. D
A foue years sourseupentonbahesorns o .literatisis, phlosophy ur scienseu
and to perssof eqivalstnt standsig eis toistheidegreesoftM.1).5Thle studisuf
she fourth yearae whoslyts ete ; ii the include laborato ',sbjecs.geneat
medtcietuenerat surery and thspcpuial ciiiical rache, CI s t shool pear
extends frousOsctober 1. 9ito .lusis"4I 1904i
The diploma of the univrsity oft tichigan is accepted toe admiso. sordetls
ed annuneen t sudscaalog, addrss5
HARVARD MEDICAL. SCHSOOL.,Bustsn Mass.

I

THE BEST IN THE STATE FORIDANCF MUSIC
GRANER'S ACADEMY ORCHESTRA
Toge t tse bie s oieslts fo oknsi ft rhs tra. ]ook tsrec tly tropts
teuiaucsetlatlthesA odsemy OSt e Ti il nr o suit ',ssdsti,.asto
dass audusenuwouted. Bush,,,sfornx swlla i asoi wil bessade.

IN I

ToCaretfor rdwood Floors
The Simplest Wa-t aEsiost Way-the Best Way a
is to use Old Eniglisl F i x It. is economical, easily applied and
produces the zict, iiuiid l'.. iiticl is so highly prized and which
cannot he oblilneitii, iit u tii l nls lo
It is, detter waxi, I it'ii. Ic tatsqutiniOl/Egsi)lo
Wax that puts ithe ii ,. i lyat }iur floors.
Just as goiid for Eaii, -.i }ivuicani use it on your grand piano
with the assusrissce thtia iii n sjure-but it wilt obliterate the s
scratches anid most beautitul y polish,
'c The w a t araufue"
Makees your woods ,rte tuok like new and
tewhole roons mare auii!Lary.
You can gel it lhey t ill '1Y, 2, q, andt
S- . cans). s to. cconi ixa fet.ii
Come tlousestorei dI tx , Itlexit howlto
ue it to make ha, d ii l'11cc_ I dutiful.
FOR nAL.E rez

i

U

TFO KEEP IN THE PROCESSION YOU HAVE TO
KEEP ON THE JUMP IN BUSINESS OR AT PLAY

i

This meant that you musr be kepr ina the hest possible
nszta and physical condition. This cnd is beat reached
thru nourishing, easily digested foods, combined with rational
exercise and a careful observance of rhe laws of hygeine.
SHREDDED WHEAT is rich in the proteids that repair
waste tissue and thc elements that build the perfect human
body, it contais all the nutritive, strenagth-given material in
the whole wheat, made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding
and baking.
A breakfast oftSHuREDED WHEA'T CUIT5Ot als tot cr cold mitkor creamiwill
splythe energy' for ashaltdlai's workt. TRiISCUIT is tieisme is tir Biscoit, rx-
cept'that it is compressedits aiwafer ad sed ~i'r~.sa TiOAST'faxrdany mseat, instead
ofsweflouras tred.Atgers

C. HE. major( .Co.
203 E. Washiusgtoea
We helieve intshie Studtessts
Their creditt is5annul will s u

flti~ I

If you don't want to tip your triends over when cano eingl investiate the
Morr1i's Cn.
b~efore placing your order for any other. They are the safest and most service-
able canoes built.
The Ia,-geat atocak of Eastaenbuilit c aoesIts M10aias i
aat l15 Hasdvia Ave., Detrouit. Caii, 98l J arad ask atomat themM
H. R. CORSE, Western Sales Aqt. G. CASS LIGiTNEil, Ain Arbor Agt.
66 West"mi"Stes-, Detr-oit 7181 S. Thayer, Phae 981 S
Phoamee N1957 L
Over 150 in use on Detroit River.

"IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS"
T"E~ NATURAL FOOD COMPANY, Niagara

Falls, N. Y.

New Films
Tu aos.Th'tire. an4 Sat.,

C A 5.

Pianist, MISS MAUJDE STANTON
ILLUSTRATED SAONG SOLOIST
MISS OLIVE, STANTOI:,

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan