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February 18, 1910 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TROUSER SALE

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We are making a re-
duction of $1.00 on each
winter weight trouser in
our l ine regardless of the
price. An early selection
counts.
SPRING LINE NOW READY

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IJ. K. Malcolm, 118 E. Libertyl

SEICOND SEMESTER
Granger's School of Dancing
Opo-'lTuesdayicixearyti5.lasses for Ladies adGn cIi usa adflus
day evenias 7to 8o'ltck, itor particulars cll at Aadm'o1 4~e'-6
Motion Pictures

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
A mneetitng of the Unrnsittt F. 1. Clubi
vill ibe held at 444 So. State strlee t, Fri-
lax, Felt. i8, at 7:0 p. xt. All mtembtiers
tee ttrgeid to he ltresettt ax impotxrant
business is to coime xefoxre thtelub.
Rteadl.
Jinittmeetinlg of Omtiega P1ian
Adlelphi at Bdarbxour gymt, Saturaya at
2:30 P. to.
The ltttttxr editoerxof the l(xxegxxle
tt ii appreciate tte efforts xofltthe nea
humroitts of the eattptts. Copy for
thte next isstte tttst bte itt by Salttrday.
Soph etng. tdattce, (;eattgee', Fiday,
Morth 4.
Tery-otttf resht latw track teaml atgy
4 :30 totday. Strasshurger.
Tickets for thte 1913 lit ltitteotxtot
bte giveninit Barhour gttt, Februtaryt ?2,
mtai bte secttred froxithetttsocxixalcom-
mitttee ttf from tTeaxstrereUxittlee fte
So centts.
ANY TIME,.
to ave the titt to xxlxxxii,wtthe tale
ittx put on.tll all ti tts elIntltfact lxet
gtte tttttsttmtettoftttr tiite letterect
itime). N e havie itne ittrteeryxttte.
le tie ttilixo,ihxaberdaxshiers, it tit ex
IhFNRY & 1)O.
Todaisitlast daxy of lthe Pllteeel
Sile xtt Siinter's .All lens Sodxtiti i
hxalf ttice. lrittg itt xotr totdtensfo
LAST CHANCE;
'lThisiois your ttat haxce tto11b1y 1 $3
Ftiter self-fillintg tpllnfor $1.50. t\,e
exchaitge your ld roliit tiilliers I Ixa
news'self-fillinig pent ae' coe o
tight. Skittter's.
for $1.50. $8.ojuoobig barltd
poill $4.00. Saile coe oa.Si
Don't miss this opptnietiiy xtitlur
chase xiself-filler 11111fore half-irise
sailichses Itixcavit 'xl ixxxtt' . T')-
xxx ,')Vx ', 11p1 at' fitl]i ces 'x. 2.11 x x
pes x$.;: t$4.0x0 t xxx, S2.0:
-.oopelt. $230. i\]1$2.00 .txtxl $2.51:
lr~g titerseotttxtsel xfo t_.tx
etilx ittn x;i.it~xxixx

TUESDA,
Henry E. isc)S(r~
By !-tAl 1.1)

FR 1 , IDAY, February 25
O n ight Only
B. C. WHITNEY
T he Musical Farce
Louved
By Gee. Arliss
tWxli Att 5 -Stxir I ite Inii ngtis
Chas. Evans and
Alice Yorke

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Prices Matinee: 50a- 35
Prices, 1 NitI SP~$ rices: 3 - 54$14$.5O
- -_:- _Seat Sale Wednesday
Seat Sale Sat ,Nolt utet o'cloetixe lx l -txttx it txixp111 ltat tentionl.
S. W C.or. Broadtway, 74111 St., NEW YORK

Read the BooRk! S,-lixPlay !
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KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special Ferms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near "Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, M~odern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.

MAJESTIC

Carriage and Baggage
tor eacht iCoupltoandiilfromxiiptrtles,
beie1s2xto'ciaock$1.50. atier 12 o'ctxock
$2.00.
pricee 01llxbe25 Cete. Iif cxrriletdto
olr'fromi til-sttirs,.the price:'wittl be
5t Cycle.

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W.lti ;'lA I 1KI
The Top-Notch
'whether you are digging for Greek roots or playing
foot-ball, the top-notch is reached through nourishing,
easily-digested foods, combined with a careful obser-
vance of the laws of hygiene.
SHREDDEDWHE"AT
is rich in the proteids that repair waste tissue. It is
on the training table of every college and untversity.
It is the ideal food for study or for play. Easily di-
gested and full of nutriment. Try the Biscutt (with
hot milk) for breakfast, and toasted Triscuit for lunch.
All the Meat of the Golden Wheat
THE SHREDDED WHEAT Co., NhAGAAYFALL.,
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OJNDESO THEMANAG f-MENT OF
Harry P. Stiexexsoes, for xxx Nit xxHoltel 1aprerii.
R.J. Mtxha x-., forerlly wti t HoetlWoodwiard
ST. JADES HOTEL I'.' PB".R HOP! IAPLIES' .BARBER SHOP
f xl e if ~fte;t ipx': it Under HBoston LBilliard Parlors
GEO. 'V. TOL,,,F1°4_; kCtor e e(o xx tlyth11:11 x 2.1(liariii x

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xi(ixarettves.
_ -tx1 rrlil and tmellow.
5t 'i'nrkt obacco.
1-111lu0eCigarettes Itn
xix N 'F~~ls1OIIACEI)C(:CO.

MOE'S il BARBERclih of1101t
706 North University Ave
0. A. MOE.

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