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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-04

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THIEMNfIUIGAN DAILY

<2Q ~Bursting
Buds
xSuggests the freshness an
ttt harmony of our
NEW SPRING FASHIONS
v The Malcolm
4 > ! " pictures model devoid of fads,
yet superh sn is style rightness.
Wewill fit yoo with unerrinf
t precision. a a price that fits
f your purse.
Rerve aptern eoday for
EASTER-March 27
J.. Karl Malcolm
. 118 E. Liberty
SECOND SEMESTER
Granger's School of; Dancing
loss naw. Classes for Ladies and Gentlemen, Tuesday sod 'Thursd, yenscaaO toI
8 o'clock. tor particslars call at Academy or phose 216.

UNIVERSITY NO3TICES WH T E
v1 isIa ailaa Satuirday, Mal
T'act's Sundba itl1LI alafor pitau~re.
Sentior lit bLaskeLtballpitarealorrIday at
1 lscharhi at t>o'calocka. Bring suils. The Big Mi
Soaph egeroads- a1ncetonightIat
All j lilasnaLut toltar lbasketba~ll Presenlted by
Leaoi Fcridavaight. fawol.aaL
ForIestryLclab smoaat N LI irhigat
Untionaluolua seFridavna LinLg, 8 pa
iL. 511 Incaesltra inite.c al. 0. o I
Soph alitclassiiicting t hin I I iLL * *
8, Iapa L al aI I t 4TIL. Li. :McCorick. Te
IL sbvcI IIL . C ristian tl'nt avo5 mem
tats ar LLiLLiLtLLI Io attnd thte talmbaerc
toight CLome L Iaadgttacqaited.
taieIrcIle taLa sLLat galeLILstaetI Chi
af,LL ~iL.1 L1 Tikes Lill bI a i latI
Wbac a is aitI 1 1:0toaL 301.

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Marnhe
arad Night a

usical Comedy
Mort H. Sirier-

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and Effects 20 Big Musical Hits 20

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F A MI L 1Bijo' THEATRE
THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT

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MISS EVA DeMARR. osspDcl1

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ROY JACOBUS, Barytone LILLIAN FOWLER, Soprano
GEYER ft .GEYEX., Uniqisze Gymniasts

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1 65 People 65-2 Cars of Scenery

"C :\\\IITS 1I105TII tL" 5 allI
Sl-HIi3lC'PFOR SPFI NBG PCIRT.
"Goddess1of theIlaLd Baca."\\What
loyal it LLILL a-cdii ate aallL resatain it miL-
sel f~nt snit ts as iteglaLncesr
Litos 0 rI campuLILLs IeauLLI itt." (1??)
beautyI withITappLnLLasripplLs
wiL pe ll l toa tae ILacht just Lerst If tliar
liray Wat 'aLutica of1o11111corl-
I* al iaallit LIL lLllitlhlcel lrll lctiI
S~cI'I apostedlLat11diLerentlintsI aon theL~l
am ts IL Noai t L I ar rts flrtre11 s IlL lave
been reapNIorlted a tasheisatILis
ikly Iao() Iaoadtfor c t andctoa
slmlo« I a pot ll I tatIhelampuLL~s
carea kersli a n Itica tea 1111ttlei no tarouble
It is r(podl Ithat thelasqttirreabs are
brnce ilt)Lae TappaLn aslta Ia-c
~aced m re clsal IsaLiLuin11 juI rirs
5 11)013 F ITllNG S11IT
hepst Ic IMI<( 1 111111t Ia). menImO kes
y) feel 111oodL( an us} LII run a ; tar
5\c s 1 1 1 fa!ctai q ,llurts. CIITS. \SVb

10 Cents to A 11.

Afteramooenasanad Eveexlmjgs

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lam AWMACK'S TEA ROOM-2nd Floor
fM aC i'S Lunches and Refreshiments
For LadiesanadI BetITMr~ID
T e ~~..."'teopertlace'jito Ialtke tour IOLIIL IL LL 11.1'
K oorrvExisllort Cssllme
Seictrm 8a. m. to 5 p oiSatuari a ,a t..n

Prices Matinee: 25c-50c-75c-$I Prices Night 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
SEAT SALE: THURSDAY, 10 A. nt.
Hotel Cum-nbe-rlaned
S. W Cor. Broadway, at 54th St., NE1W YORK
Ner 50th St. Suba y aLdLL d .'h i' .fta 1
7' KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
qtr College Men Always Welcome
Special Perms for College Teams
Ell 'l Ideal Location. Near "Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
SNew, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
F z All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.
VNDESR THE MANAGEMENT or
Harry P. Stlassson, formerly wilhtls II pe~rial.
W. J. BInvghana, fotrely LwsithIltatel Woodwaartd
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP CHARLIE S' BARBER SHOP
11po 11te leicWaitngtRact Under IHuatons Billiard Parlors
GEO. V. STOLL, Pro prlotor- (t'orttatra 111wit ttt I V liarties'l
]FATIMACIAZ E
1420 for 15 c-ts.
THE College Tavern. Happy hours.
Splendid chaps. Old romances.

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T e P w rt "D Th nscomes from eating a brain-building, muscle-
making food that is easily digested. That's
a LJ~ T~

O~iili aeU U VHeat DISC UiL
Contains all the body-build-
ing material in the whole
wheat, made digestible by
steam - cooking, shredding
and baking. A pleasant
a surprise for the stomach
/after eating heavy meats
' / and soggy pastries. Give
Nature a chance.
N Try Shredded
Wheat for breakfast
with milk or cream.
ALL THE MEAT OF
THE GOLDEN WHEAT
The
r Shredded Wheat
___ Company
Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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a1 a1> aa t - ragltt k itnisa at L glit
if ~ i - - III aidctsltLa Bokst'rr.
3GREAT SHOW TONIGHT
Carriage and Baggage
a- '7(IaI ! IIt 1"1 t i r a c lt - , IaT tic
a)Htc will1ho'25Cents 1'var tt t
5 e it t' R. lt'
I~w r r eII rcta t'''1LIIt I~a
t', Iri tiLLI Nt a y tO sIL
MOPS BARBER SHOP
705 North Univtersity Aver.
0t. A. 1,10E

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P lea san t recollections--
and Fatima Cigarettes.
Tihe 'is 1kish (,i ga tt te of
mellowa, fulitl-ilas ortaltobha ccou
exquisitely lcl')~Y to the tasty.

'IThy Aterci o bacc.I o tC
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