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10 00
STUDENTS 'WEAR
TAI LORING
We shoe the largest anid most complete assortment of N eW
woolens in this part of the State, we take pride in the Quality, Price
and Design.
Look over ouir lnf today.
A M USEiME N TS
New W hitney Theatre
BELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200
Friday, May8 Matinee and Night
THE SEASON'S GREATEST GIRL SHOW
HVARR Y KELLY
IN TH-E BI MUSICAL SUCCESS
"HiS HONOR00 THE MAYOR"
WITIM

CALLNDAR.
May '8--LVAvare," presented by the
Cercle Dramatiquie Francais, at Majestic
theater, 8 gp .in
May 8-Students' Medical society en-
tertainmuent in Barbour gymnasium. Ad.
dress by Dr Walter Courtney, chief sur-
geon of Northern pacific railway.
May ao-"French Architecture," illus-
trated lecture by Prof. Emit Leerch, aus-
pices Cercle-Dramatique Francais, Sara-
Caswvell Angell all, 8 p. i.
UIFFIOTCE
All contestatnts for tennis touramett
report at 2 :30 today ot Ferry field.
Iloag.
'Te Sandinaviatn elttt wilt -meet in
the _Alpha Ntt rooms tonight to elect
officers.
'The Utniersity Press cb will mtet
t thte lttbhoise totigt at 7 o'clock.
Eletion of officers.
Imptortatte meetig of juntior engineer
intg class tonight, $ o, Roont 30. Ele-
tiotn and ena~itutioual antendttetts.
The annual sophomore frolic for sop-
omore and freshman girls will be held
itt Barbour gyltstashittmott Saturday evet-
ig, May 9.
All persotns avitg reserved tickets
for "L'Avare," which is to be givett to-
morrow evening at th Majestic. should
call for them today betweet 4 and 6
o'clock at Warrs oeuk store. Those
remnainittg mpaid for a fter todaiywil
'se put ott sale tomorrows.
NOTICE. _.
A\ttetiton of class, orgaization and
team treasurers is aainr called to their
ills for represetatiou n ittet8 Mich-
igauetsian. These shotld be settled at
ontce. Address. iol Mieliganensiat,
R'tottm , Atn Arbot 'Press Bdg. Office
tours, t to 2 tp. . daily. J. W. Mc-
Camndlsss, Butsitts-ssMatnager. f
SUstMIR WORK.
S. A . Wiggins. is at te Cok Houmtse
Friday atd Saturday, May 8 atd 9, to
inters'iew stud'ets regarding stmmer
work. Salary gtaranteed. s-6o
L.OST-Zeta Psi badge at Cotttty
Fair, Friday tigt. Retmurt to 51.5 S.
State S. Rewartd. sq-o
'Te otly practical leather garter fsr
knee-length drawers. tenry & Co., 709-
71t N. Utniversity. 586
Postl cards of te Cotmnty Fair ott
stle -,t Lyndo's, 5cets ecah.
Now is the tine to have your roons
papered, decorated or painted. We are
takitig special prices. Your credit is
good. C. H. Major & Co. Both phones
237'.t
Longmatn Co., Photographers. Groups,
views, lantern slides, and postcards. De-
velopitng and printing for amateurs a
specialty. This firm consists of Will-
iams, formerly with Lyndon, Thompon,
who has had several years' experience,
and Longmn .36 South State street.
Phone to. tf
Soft and stiff hats in latest shades
anid shapes. IHetry & Co., 709-7t1 N.
Utniversity. 586o
NOTICE.-Class teams and fraerni-
ties can save money by getting -their
bseball supplies at Cushing's. tf

--SPrECIAL SALE-
ON TWO PIECE
SPRING SUITINGX
HENRY (~ CO*
-709-711 NORTH UNIVERMSITY A-VICNV
- ~OPEN EVENINGS'
- SUSPENDERS
LlJIT ANAwilpsictieotrfladkst
LU~iT ANIAthree pars of.
ordinasry suspensders.
t/1df "set.Webbing inimiale.
'~ 4. s tostQualty unaraying.
/ 'tS i~SBattonkolsaindes tutible.
1A ,R OW ti v tyl1e ; Y genune pairhlsae
Colloarf vs.- tu ttp paed
t 'h:: it, i:T~'& OMkes STHLIMERBRO'THE, a
Co: t. ls/'t .utaissArs~iz . a,
SPHINX $2.00 HATS'
The ttew Spring Styles are tnow ready in all the
new shapes and colors.
S Miller Made CD ij ( D~ New Lie
Guaranteed F ED W .G ROS. I
CohsLiberty St. and 4th Ave. (Jolf C110
THIE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
tis school no'w h'asi. teltiitt-. samt eqipmet't forSte'achinig antd eeseaechtin the vri-
aus branchtes of mteditctieprobabliy stietualed in this cotrcy. Ot the fe build-
tugs. tour are destetd eniely tolabtoratuory teacintg adresearch. Numieos
hospltals affordt abundtiani topotunties tfort' Ittital Instruction In ateditue and
t surgery COURSE FOR TiHE DEGRE.E OF M. D.
A Sitar' yeasco're,otpe'n sttiibteches sitset. ltet urte,ptttltuaphy or scense,.
smandto personastof eqival sent standin:,g.Sleadts to the'de'gree'iot At.t). The studies of
the faurth sye ir are wholly-lectisv': thetyincludte tatboratotey suibJets, general
msedicie, e n tetal surmgemry anidte specialt t'ttit'tl a~eait's. 'theseaet sehlttyear
The diplema of the Unisersity aof Mchigan is accepted far admission. Fore detail-
e'dtainttaatemtt't : ctaltou,addreess
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Boats, Mass.

TRIXIE jFRAGANzA
LOLA LEIB

BoBY WARIR.Y
HUGH F AT

75-People Mostly Pretty %,il -73
Attn Arhor is thte- only stop hetween New York and Chicago,
u re. this comipatny goes to thte AUDITORIUM for the summer.
NTspA PRICES:-35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
ItNEE PRICES:-25c, Sac, 75c, $1,00
SEATS 030 ON SALE WEDNESDAY MORNING

I

TI-E BEST IN THlE STATE FOR DANCE MUSIC
GRANGER '$ACA\DEMY ORCHESTRA
Toit i tebest i fitoatboi i S Stits mechestr a.itbooh directly thesagh
the anreni~ient at teocadmav (tti S Pisowillins'ureanomiaunderssandia'nato
data admen asiiito.Bin-iiiftitlist isi welas tis sesonwillbe made.

To Care for Hardwood Floors
The Simplest Waythe Easiest Way--the Best Way J
is to use Old Eanglish Flone Wax. It is economaical, easily applied and
producea the rich, subdued lustre which is an highly prized and which
ant be abtsnd in ay other' way.
It is be5tter wax ad it's this quality that's put ittto Old English Per
Wax lbat pitstheliqu'ality looik on ruse floors.
Just as good for fuemiure tind you can use it on yoar grand piano
sit the assurani~ce tha t eitimantit injur-ut >it will obliterate the
scratches atnd must beautifully polish,.
"The Wax with a(laranteeo
Makes your woodwork louk like new and.
tewhole roam umore satnitary.
rYou can gel it here lost up in 1, 2, 4, aind
S8lse ans). zulocovers 300sqsare feet.
Come lo ose store and let na te11 yos how to
use it to make hardwood floars heastif 1.l
FOR SALE BYl

Twelve Good Breakfasts
In One CIEDF HA
Package of SHRI DDE IILHEAI
If yon buy two packages of SHREDDED WHEAT
Biscuit for a quarter(tlse regular price) yosu have a delicious,
muscle-making, strength-giving breakfast for 5 cents-
more real nutriment than is to be found in any other food.
in the world for the satme money. It contains ALL the
body-building elemients in the whole wheat, made digesti-
ble by steam-cooking, shredding anld haking.
If you serve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly you will like it better than any other cereal food.
IT SHOULD1 ALWAYS BE HEATED IN THE
OVEN just ct-ough to restore crispness and flavor. For
breakfast, pour hot milk over it, then add a little cream
and a dash of tast. It is also delletous iu combination
with fruits,
creamed If you, like the Biscuiit for
ur breakfast, you will like 'TI5RI S-
Oyestes.C UIT-the Shredded Wheat
ve Etab is. ,_ Wafer-as a'Toast with hut-

03 . ashiro"~o s///
We helteve ii the Stuents
Their.,credit ha good with us

AN.ARBOR ARAGE
MAYNARD 'STREET
AUJTOMOBILES, MOTOR BOATS, ENGINES, STORlAGE, REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES
SALES AGENTS FOR
THOMAS DICTROZT
CARTER.-C AR'.
TOUIRIST, THOMAS s nsd MAXWIDLL ha M &oaeka

Whetn yott want a pipe, see uns.
BILLIARDS. BOWLINO, LUiNCHE-S.
CIGARS, CANDIES. T66ACCO.
&S $11 Mm~Y4
MO' BAB HO

m

.NJ

NewFilms
'Tues., Thxurs. aid Sat.

T~lE A$INO<

Pianist, MISS MAUDE STANTOP(
iLLUSTRATED sorts SOlOIST
MISS OLIVE STANTON

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