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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cor. Lmimad W"a~hinrlY~In
FOR 10 CENTS
and
StaI onecry .
25CtS
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E. ii. IOAG'i
Occidental1 Hotel!
We Ca1ctoe 1)) loiiic1 LA1. j
Hixson Lunch Ypsilanti I
Do Y. A. A.J. RAILWAY
AN I I!LUNIILI S.
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PEA1NUVT SROASTED
DAILY
0)0) 1) ewi, lr) 1 t (n1)) 6011 o.t. NIm'Coror%0)))) 10-ill~g
;md iveto-re10' lST a'o BESTI' 0 lia Motey,
One Pound Packages, 10 cents.
Blanched Salted Peanuts, 15c per lb.; 2 lbs for 25e.
DEAN ft. CO., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
S N (Ob aA)) <ll Auell11110at'8)("lock
N))'I' A: lt l IN :StOHC
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A)] A1 t, )1),1d hea ddre"'s A)t))) A)
"t hall A') 1l A )A'lalct of Ithe addres
II AlA)t c t 1 :1<.)) r 1 lb' o s3
A N AlA' '0)))') 1 0

C-crge I lallcr, Iaio Al
AAA AtA) o,)h ) ;l"lf Xm\ s present
tdi lo te3 )lne of<'an)lol's 1)1))
AC }eftolme ofI $5.(x ) nd$6ooAsAoes,
for )) A N' A desinsarorirginal with1
I0t. l A ) I a ' I tlw d piatedA) elsewhere
f( ie 1 Al) ri$Coo to $8511)00 pair.))1
1',.r ses thm Cbefore)yo) hly. NWe
l'tri lo SIhoe More, t10))South Alain
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-A.%-NO! NCL"ifiEIVT
Att1t) 0 I1 A ; . I I ' ) l hu A tl I i relb-t
Clothes, Hats and Toggery
%VeA sel Ac1ed with) ]<-A .1 )tae Athe c)) lOCsl pro-
15 1 riisp If th )ost II ) ai 1'1 iufcu eit) i
1) 11 0) r 11) 1 1 A) AItlor deter)1) 5)0)01.I
Otnr 11 lAN Alill l '1 .))iv be iA i0 1sali-factori'
Reu le, Conlin & F=iegel
200-202 Souzth Maim~ St.
, school For
(!ranger'S Dancing
Ground dloor, Maynard St. One Block W. of State St. Stores

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Th Mign Daly1 , Inb1,landr. lm -
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on { c~hal, ,Y)'StholI 1)10ae We have p ton anextra force o
0)10),,more1prnting; fputthantnof
boythnai thr"fsiloAbAinhdKcoat -makers and area prepared to
;SaT inosic r cA l 1)0 1)11 deliver sis nshortnoi .
ju) ))A)Atl) of Sol o f Musi. If

:Mcianp0insrf.bN anti spoons.CI)fl-709-711 N. UNIV. AVE.

HENRY l(2 CO,

NNtli .AiA. 0) 01)an)d )yA gIlas1)0rearI
sAlled1)1 AArlA)0)) 1101c'Jeew- IS ~ )presAed 25c; trousers,
A) StOro. mails tret. Aoi Ful1c)) & (1(oii)))r

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The New Barbele Shop
M I II 1) X
OH I IRI)i h 10 PIrtylrietor)
717 North l umv rsity Avenue

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WATCH FOK
Michigan Daily
Football Extra
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17th,. Reportstfrom Stall Correspon-
dent, R. It. Clancy, received by direct wire Iron, Franklin
Field,

The
Builders
of teWorid
need Brawn and Brain,
( fwhether they are Building
I 0nte hl wheat grain
'nature has stored the material
- '_ - - for building brawn and brain-
- but thle whited flour miller gives
S you only the starch. You can't build
'muscle o)r brain out of starcih. In
Shredded Wvhole Wheat
you have all the body-buildliug elements Of
the whole wheat prepared in digestible form.
The Governmeut uses5 it to build soldiers at WNest
Point and sailors for lhe Navy at Auuapolis. It is oan
the "traiuing table'' of every college and ulniversity.
A food for the brain-worker, tile outdoor man anld the in-
door man, for any meal, for any~ season in any climate--a.
food to grow on, to think on, to \vork on, to live on.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT
and TRISCUIT. The Biscuit is delicious for break-
fast with hoi or cold milk or cream, or for any meal
# in combination with fruit or vegetables. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing arnd appetizing. Delicious as a. toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
it Ass Arbor, Mich
F: ) h m ,P . 1') c :,, 1 . , '. e,
.00))u . fal, f) 0 CA IA$ 100)0,)))), P ofit . 1))
KIALEY & EDMUNDSf
%porting 3ooN
Chinese Chop-Sne y ltestautrantI.
(iC0)r c''NOL-C ii)t h.11 r' pri te~
r i A) 'I l) . ) A (A i I ;, o
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLINMIINO I
anti 'lectric Students' Supplies
A SPE:CIALTY
F SC IUH, 207 E. Washingten St.

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NOTICE===FRATFRNITl ES
Inter-Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishing to enter please call on
S. ROTTENSTEIN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

The" Vital Question Cook nook"
is sent free for the asking.
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

"it's all in the Shreds"

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILjOR

f3 EST OF EVERY
IN TAILORING

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