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t'flzMICHIfIAN DAILY

30 Days
foryo
To try a Razor at our expense. Either
the famous Carbo Magnetic or the
Gillette Safety will be loaned to you.
Ask ,us albout it
E. E. CALKI NS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.
AMU5EU MENTS
SELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200
New Whitney Theatre
IWednesday, May 13
THE GUARANTEED ATTRACTION
CHARLES D)ILLINGHAM PRESENTS
* tt,'i RYB0\tit. FAV XORITE

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ELSIE JAN15

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CALENDAR.
flay tO-4 P. im., iMc:illan Hall, "A
Critical Situation," a joint discssion by
Ini te Jap, siiid1 Wang,tlte Cinaman.
May 2- 'Frentch Architecture," illus-
trated lecture by Prof. Etmil torch, aus-
pices Cerce Dramatique Francais, Sarah
Caswell Angell hall, 8 p. um.
\lay 23-Omega Phi open mneeting
UNIVERSITY NOTICESJ
Congtregtiotal ctttcht:. 'Cia and
Amturca 'sTda, 7:30 tntiglt. Rev. C.
S. Pattot.
Fresh lits report at fair grondsl at
3 P. im. lOtday. Gantc with higt scootl.
Fotutin.
Stsdcnt Council comttite sises to
ticset all collectors havisg tttote in thei
possessssioit collectedl for expese uf rut
cases, Unitint cluihouisse, 4 to 6 Motuda.
MeIetinsg of Sttttett Csitticil cissssit-
tees nsit prig costet at 3 P. m.tosda,
at Michigan U1nion-Otvit,,Wiggiss,
Btowmsan, Puigsley, Pratt, Cisshmant, Eves,
Eisersas, Wilsoni, lDavoc.
Regulrtdisctssiousinitilg of te
tiltscatioiial disub sill le eli'lTtesay
t 7. Rousmut6 TappantiIt-ll Stbject:
Relatiotn osftle IHigh School to the Comt-
msusiit. 1\Lessr IIB.SSmithstnd 1H. 'M.
Keal vsill oleatie lesissssibti 'f
wht i laii hiacc di ilx tisieextieriesce tht
high scholusswsik IThelic lscssiuts-sill
bei iniforiiial
u ii 5 iiiCTU s cii i-cts si is.
Po.It. :V lillerilhiesiof lthe Is'
torlt oi f tpilsoh til iv~lset cllege
lectiuredl leforieitt ushets f uca-
goy i U'iviecsity 1Htll 1'ridays tter-
iiooni in isisslib.itciTh le Eilucatisnal
Necessiss f le Rural Co'mmnity.i"
The tltswas giveii undser the asitlices
of i('tepr tmien-st f edutcationsand aissa
larsgly sattidedt by te snios whlo arc
abou toeginsiorkisit alcers.
Bess (rect adsisilstcompitayyesteiday
payed'"As I'suitlike It'saindl"M'luc
AdotsAlbouuit Noting" at le Un'iisersity
ofi Virginia.
'lEA CU'P INN \Clt~, ROPE N
.\tt)NIAY, MAY i.
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haler's
Jewelry Store, 26 . Main street. ed
NOTICE.
Attcintions f class, orgatizatiotatd
tcamtreIcassrers is againi called to their
ills for representtontitt the tco8 Michel-
iganenisian. These sotldlle settled at
Onic. Addiress sijoS Michigatetsia,
RoomtI, Anni Arbor Press Blg. Office
hours, 1to5 2 tp. u. daily. J. W. Mc-
Canidless, Butsiess M~atage. f
Amtateur Photographers Notice-Tankh
deeloptmett gets best results. I tuse it.
L~yntdon. eod-tf
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haler's
Jeswelry Store, 216 S. Main street. od
NOTlICE.-Class teams and fraterni-
ties can save money by getting their
baseball supplies at Cushingo. tf
TEA CUP INN, 504 S. STATE ST.,
REOPENS MONDSAY, MAY i.
WILL BE OPEN AFTER FESTIVAL
CONCERTS.
Our stores wil be opet Sucdays this

year for sale of cigars, cattdies, etc., and
Sunday papers.

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CAPS

caps

The nattiest and most approved fash=
ion, faultless in finish, reasonable and
seasonable.
Stein-Blo ckClothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
THE ACME OF TYL E
STYLES HERE NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE
LINDENSCIIMITI,' APFEL & Co.

HOAGS
We are offerin~g a good line of
nmedium priced
BASE BALL GOODS
and FISHING TACKLE
H A G"S, Car. Ma.irx t rad W~tfxtl

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HATS

HATS HATS

Every fashionable effect, every, color
of the season.

CAPS

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IN T H E "CtASttt st "555XtALLCostsAtItti0)E WITH MUSIC
THEHODE.N
75 Clever People-Special erigagenmenzt of
JOSEPH CAWRTHOR.N
Same company and prtoducttionotihat mode elwsY'ock happy for 251 weeks
Prices: 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Thursday, May 14
HENRY B. HARIRIS PRESENTS
TIHOS. . ROSS
The Traveling Stalesman
A New Laughs Epidemic' By JAMES FORBES Author of
THE CHORUS LADY ''
THE LONGEST LAUGH OF THE SEASON
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $100,0 $1.50
Webb'sFrlgiGaeCandies
Ice Cream, Fruit Tcens, Punches, Sherhets, Prozen Liquid
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Not Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Main, St.
ANN ARBPOR GARAGE
MAYNARD STREET
AUTOMOBILES, MOTOR BOATS, ENGINES, STORAGE, REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES
SALES AtGENTS FOR
ROYAL TOURIST
THOMAS DETROIT
CAWTER-WCARIt
TQVKIST, THOMAS asead MAXWELL I.n stock.

fThe grap 155 ~ !
fits easy. Its , . t- 5 r ~ 41 ie'
lately flatitlaspatee Ocxlts e}-cti
is tie Ies it,, tMitli- tV (11111)t4Stif
thsemoandstweaiethem. Thewar miaei eis' Itsttrys sct,,tjttedtbriss.
is there, anid they east aoity a i<iu' iii Y If G in eateerici, siuplysioi.a
a pate. Remember it.,,sair sit i osent i1sis ress'eipt osice
PItNEER SUS5PENDER Ct .718 MARET STPHILADA. sO ETRAsAGEsnoti ANSOMsasHOsIDAYsOXSs
L. MAESt of PIONEER SUSPENDERS

w.eleGood Braat
In One CI MfED WE
Package of 1MII EDa wLI)A
If'ou buy two packages of Si IREJ)I~)DWHEAT
Biscuit for a quartcr(the regtular pricc) yost h tve at delicioths,
muscle-making, strenigth-giving lbrsekfast fosr 5 censt---
more real nutriment than is to lie found clin assytither food
in the world fosr the same !-nonses. It ctsntatis ALL. the
body-building elensents its the wxhole wheasct, Smade digesti-
ble by steam-cooking, shredditng anhd sakisng.
If you serve
SHREDDED WEAT BISCUIT
properly you will like it bsetter ttsasi 'tyyotiher cereal food.
IT SHOULD) ALWAYS B!1 III, 1T'l) IN 'THE
OVEN just ensough to restcorecerispness and flavor. For
breakfast, pour hot milk over it, thsens adds a little cream
and a dash of salt. It is also delicious its comnihation
with fruits, If syosu 1te the Biscutti for
creamed luseaiclatt, y ous sill like 'IRIS-
oysters or C~llI the Shreddcecd Wheat
vegetables. . W s, instwt it

BILLIARDS, BOWLING. LUNCHES,
CIGARS. CANDIES, TOBACCO.
.zit S. Sateo, - 3t Mayar'd
MOE'S .BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
0. A. MOE.

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New Flmts
Tus.a Thurra. and Sat.

T.HE C..A5INO
-MAIN 8STRU T

Pianist, MISS MAUDE STANTON
ILLUSTRATED SONG SOLOIST
MIllS OLIVE STANTON

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