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May 14, 1907 - Image 4

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i14t MICIGAN DAit

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOi
Quarter, 1907 Aj
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO r
GLwOVES
mayhe right acid not he
Vow ne :,but they cant bh
and not he right.

ALAR1 C OCKSGO ~wil atWe, the undersigned livery-
Cnapman's Jewelry Store men, will accept no more credit.
206 OUT MAN SRI:~r' Terms strictly cash from now
on, and all bills moust be paid by.
l~li i:, i t lilt irt ill Thu ll, J ..une 10.

IT IS NOT BY ACCIDENT I

BRAANCHI S1010. Al
204 South State Street

ROBISON & Go.
A. B. WALKE.R..
W. H. STARK.

YPSILANTI OPERA HOUSE
Wednesday Night, May 15
J/oFSA'#1A7
PRESENTS

CALENDAR.
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Clothes
Fit and wear and keep
their shape.
IT IS BRAINS in the
making tot them.
TRY A TRY ON
A IPLEASURIE

ILindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'sU

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To Engage the Assembly Rooms, or Orchestra, call at
Asteretedenee is con.
Granger's Academy Office. A h
_________________________ totedwith the building,
callers are requested to announce themselv es. Please ring.

DETOT, .JACKSON Sand kCtICAGO()RY.
7111 l cm- I II 81 a.1 11., ~ lii

Special Features
The Real Boat Race
Ber~tweer a
Yale and Harvard Crew
Famous Yale tilee Club
Ocetette of Male Voie

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PRICES. $1.50.$1 7. 54Sc. 5csllb1111111111151)- 7r /ul O I ei ~1o 111, itie
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pav libcral1 1111 1 i ilil ihall ivti r boy

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I FLAT CLASP GARTERS
xerc"a are worn asnialy ono 4,011011 l)e1g the 101stitpuar garters for
menesiwear . epaete la t claspTbrins tomfottttiesec~rettit i
tstisntbindingnontirittig hl Itis a, fit a aishet ofpaper and
tolds thi sick a ohas theskin. Madeloftpore silktelasticwebing.
All mitalparts ofliiasytnikel ltbriass.5cnts a pair, alldeaers
or by mil itprepaid. For thwho preferIs a cirdt garter, we offer
LOCK-GRIII
]BRIGHTON GARTERS
The neatest, a t and14111t iiiotfortibiicod gite r midet. h
nootintorentines otiise. ti enitllestiiiiiithtitlattest grp11e
usontaicordgirter.tFistiqlitywing1110Mettal tithIavy
oriike pklateilbris.25c and 7c i 111 411eaiers ortbyttnip11paid.~
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO. 710MonketaSt., Phtladelphla
.tlarot inc-r.up de5 4

Twelve Good Breakrasts
In One
Package of SHREDDED WHEAT
fr yo bvtwo itpacikages tf Shsreddled \Wheat Biscuit
ilrialqurter-the tci.7ilarit-~-ouiithave t delicious,
Tl~isle iitkite, lrclifti s tbreakfast fitr a penty-
molire reail nultrimenl Itihan is lt11be found intyoth ~ler foodl
bodbildin eilllcleimentirltithe whotle wheat, siade digesti-
Ile It4yoset -c 11117, shritoil andL lbakitng.
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly yoliu will like it better thani any oth~er cereal food.
IT S1011)OlUVLD W 1 AbA IS l
Ot'I{ N just enou~ighStit reslite crispness and flavtor. lort
btreatkfatst, pourit lot mlilk osver it, thetn add a little ireatn
and a dath ot stilt. It is alstt delitcioits iticomiati onttt
with fruits, 'If you like the Biscuit for
O tetiiied breakfatst, youtwillI like I RIS-
or 'lets or C L1Il-the Shredded VWhea~t
Veirtabler, Wafer-as a Toast with butt
ter or eheese, for luncheotn or
tins-nieal as a sutbstitiute tot
wh ite floor bread.
O. urneionilliustrated
cook biiokis {
setfree.
The Natural Food Co.
Niagara Fals, N .

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Hoe'sLunchy
THISAS ONErp
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A"AtEUT~S, RID338att.Stht

Freshmen! Sophomores ! Juniors!
Seniors ~Professors!I
The best is tnone too good for yout. You cai't afford to
waste your time aind patience with the cold-style fountain pelO
Buy a Self-Filler, atod there is onley one taractica0 and successful
Self-Filling Fountains Pen. It is
CONKLIN'S SfgPE
"The pen with the Crescent Filler--the device that made
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfect" -
Doo't be deceived. Accept nothitng bot the genuioe j' j
Conklin. All other self-fillers are iti the experittental
ntage. The Conkliti is perfect-been oti the market
for years. Used atid recotmmended by thousaods ojf
students and college professors. Possesses all the sopor-
ior advantages of the best foontaio pens soppleinented
by the following dis-tinct and dosirable features:
Fills and cleans itself. No dropper.
No inky fingers. No bother. t
No joints to leak. No clogging. r'i
Nothing to take apart
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to
nickel crescent filler and pen is full,
ready to write.
Why take any chances? Order a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. 'Guaran-
teed satisfactory. Book Free upon request, telling ..-
about this wonderful pen. Manufactured, only by1
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Said In Aa Arbor-by
GEO. WAIHR"S
TWO BOOK STORES.

ALWAYS AHEAD) IN
STYLES

ML WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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