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If"* 1IC1HtGAI(DAILY __
CA E D R V s P C A A EMay -2-County lair in the gyitta- _ O N TW O PIE C E
1 0 0 0May 5 -Concert by University Corches-
S. P. Lckwood, coductor. S R N U T N
Iry acuof cpieces , High Schooloum
STUDENTS WEAR ha8 lult$cocertm i HENRY a .Co.
Mfay 7-Lecture on "L'Avare," by 709-711 NORTH UNIVER SITY AVENUE
Prof. Mritz Levi, Tappan Hall lecture OPEN EVENINGS o,4p .
MMay 8-LAavre," presented" by the GEN INE
Cerce Dramatique Francais, at Majestic( )
theater, 8 p. in. SGUPENDRS
May 8-Students' m edical society en -__SUSPEND_________RS_
O R Ntertainn ent in Barbour gymnasium. Ad- II wllpe wfs r ni d t/s
I'A IL 0 R IN Gdress by Dr Walter Courtney, chief sur-t c three Pair of
eon of Northern Pacific railway. TOUWN& coTNTRr ordsnary suspender.
WesoMlelretailto, opeeasrmn fNw ay 23-"Frenclh Architettre," i- c- TT T rc Qualty unaryn j
Weso helret n otcopeeasotetofN wIstrated ectre by Prof Emil Lrch, i~111 .1B. isaatel neitrs idue ,1
woolens itn this pat of the State, we ake pride in the Quality, Price aupics of Cercle rinatique Francais, meet ueveny reutrement Eoysjieaenhtcn
and esirn. ara' Cawel Angll all,8 P m.Eveygeuinpai hsneseis
an Dsin arh asel Agel al, pm, as wel as the highest ex- ,jG.CsGro STEnsHEst.
Look over our 1line today. ,,,petations. $150 up. o~e,-ie va
£ CLUETTP ABO & CO., Mknit OSTHEIMER BROTHIRS
UNIVERSITY NOTICES -
juttior lit baseall practice this mon- II - iV ~ 1
iig at 9 o'clock. S PiH Ii N X1. $2"0011AT"I S~
Soph lit baseball practice, 9:30 a. in. __________________________________
N T S today. All out. Elliott, Mgr.
l The new Spring Styles ae nots ready itt all the
NEWS OF THE MEDICS. ie hpsat oos
"Mcmoirs of Zina Pitcher," by Prof-
a" ;"A y T heatr Frederick G. Novy, Sc.D., M.D., is the Milrad IDPp gJ(j (' New Lltge
~. e £ Lea e 'eading article in the current issue of Guaranteed I F E W GR SS of
l-Lt. I ltN-.480lHOME PHIONE 200 hie University medical journal, the Phy- Cloths Liberty St. and 4th Ave. (olt Cps
i. sician and Surgeon. The article is from
c~y' ay 4te lecture delivered before the Medical
society on Fonters' day. Dr. Zina
L. ILLsR Pitcher was one of the members of the THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
PR S N SM L ffrst ?oard of regents and continued as BOSTON, MASS.
SR S N Sa utmumber for fifteen years. He was t heom tettaioth ene tetl tngsshthtwere tie ttaedt SE-pf-Ise'15 9
alltines he ham ionof he edial hisitschool now hs faciities anadtsqtipveut ft orsseisitg and restssrahin eit a
Sat altmsteca pino h eia- ous brnetes of medicine a ottotolyuneuaed in tsour . of ei ve Its
r ~ t - e aiment which was really fouided ings, oanare devoted enitirey vto atoatsiry satrui!,'a esar h.eursrou, es
0o r f P yhospitals afford aiuiadantoportuetes for clinicl Sos sea tin n t iitse andt,, oo
teandi maintained through his efforts. He' surgery COURSE FOR TE DEttRE O M. D
sy.. ot Sitly -namied the first tiedical faclty A four' years coue, cie,, tos heors o art. 55 erasuer,,piliosopy or scifence,
In he rea Colegs Pay uccssandt prsosttfeqivnlent stsnttitt.trd- too t deglestoti. 1t ilre stdes at
Iii he Geat ollee Ply Sucess cosisting oflDotglass, Sager, Goi3th1te fourth year are whollty er"isthe oy ssIncldtIlaborteysuhiets. gienuta
]Fo T i ,®fAlvrdrlen and tDenton, bitt also freat. tied thneThe d froms itsier 1. iconejo .stte4 rsco t-tgatotro
"rutles governing the departitetit At The diploma o of the University of 5lilhiaii is c~ted ir admissio. Frsirai-
not annoncemnt andsatlroaddres
firtlihe proposest- course of nine moths HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL.IBosto Mass.
_______________bit this was fnally catged to tsso
year., of six ntths eacl. In those dys____________________________________________
4the terit of istrtciot i the medical THlE BEST IN THlE STATE FOR DACE MUIC
coees of the conttry, alitot soitlict
exceptioi, extruded over otly fosti GRANGER'S ACADEMY ORCHESTRA
ttoitli, ad Michign thterefore mayo be To gt thbst . eAtiu ro o t ithis vsutotre0it,, sooob direc tlyth o tt
tiinttaaige tat t he i, irft ie Its i, ,rl n n nd sadn to
said to Ihaverlest ittthe totseitettfo dair udm wntii5 tedt, Bokitnttftrt at a llat his-aon i s euae
17the exteiont of the mtediad course
A repn~t of an article on the role
of protozoa iii patology, from the pro- TO KEEP IN THE PROCESSION YOU HAVE TO
5a~ ceeditgs of the Pathological Society of
Philadelphia, was handed to the oem- KEEP ON THE JUMP IN BUSINESS OR AT PLAY
tihers of "the sohlomtore tmedical clos Ti en ht ms e ntebs sil
'sThtrsday. Dr. Novy, the autor of the Ti en htyoumutb kept i h etpsil
article, has done a great amontot of re- mental and physical condition. 'I'is end is best reached
sarch work on the subject. The pan- thru nourishing, easily digested foods, combined with rational
phlet covers all of his latest work. exercse and a careful observance of the laws of hygeine.
A'________
SHREDDED WHEAT is rich in the proteids that repair
1 NTIE waste tissue and the elements that bild the perfect human
1 en rauesi gi aldttti h hl.wet aedgsil ysemcoig hedn
t Attentiono of class, organization and body, it contains all the nuttritive, strength-given material its
j jI ,;' ils for rpeetto nthe iwMih and baking
"N. iensai. These should be settled at Abher kast of sIpi 00 0 tI sct' tCt ill stresw ithh ~ldnl orcreutot~
c ' i" r" mil ~~' . ote. Address is 8Micliganensian, - spplyte utrgyfr tatalf' a N ork 'tO ciI ,it , 5,, st s 0te Bisuie.cnthaitscmpsedhoa af ndiul.s 'OATornyelisea
ItamI, Aiti Arbor Press Bldg. 0fficr ofwhteiflor reat. At gocrs
ts /// lturs, I to 2 p. m. dilty.j.W : Mc-
'AI C dh ss, Busiess Maagr. tf
$ $ Jfl Maude Miller Bissell-Voice Placing 1,-
f "lt ad Song Interreation. i6 'Te Cut- ''
tin hg; both phones 48. Sat-f/
\lfr'ut.
5* NOTICE-Cls teams and fraterni'
1 11 y ties can save money by gettng their /so
5 baseball supplies at Cushing's.- tf
Cushions are the life ofa1

Prices: 35c, 50c, 75c, $100, $1.50 Monarch cushions of- best t
possible grade, and are al-
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Cushions, fast or slow, as
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