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TIllS MICHIGAN DAILY

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* 47 Su eses the freshness and
N -s~ ha mo yof our
NEW SPRING FASHIONS
The Malcolm
picruresa model devoid of fads,
yet sopeeb in its style rightness.
We will fit you with unerrinf
precision, at a priee that fits
yo porse
Rest e a pattern today for
EASTER-Mareh 27
J. Karl Malcolm
118 E. Liberty
SECOND SEMESI RIO
Granger's 5chool of Dancing
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Os clock kor eartiestors 11 t As titesity ii I -is

WE SELL AND RENT
CAPS and
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SPECIAL RENTAL IlIlCE (isV 4200
Should you dosire to putch toot you is ill Intl mi- -ottiplo litic Ut-
excelled, and wo guarantee to havo site stoic Otiw tico t tout hug tu
oxtot m -asucemeuts, hero in ample thoc, lit if i iii risk iii qsllisoj
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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
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ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
(lssssstsite Eliot etc 55oititio Ilsititit
GEO. V. STOLL. ProprIetor
CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under liuston Billiard Parlors
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The matchless close-meef Ilk
collar. Sets tun the neck ex-
actly as illustratetl.
Have LINOCORD endless
buttonholes...eas0e- ~.
button and unbl Vt i -
they don't tear ossk
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STOFFLET'S NEWS SI AND

ITNEY THEATRE
Oftday, March 14
SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT
The Favorite Mi.xsical Comedy
With the same big company of musical comedy
artists and the same big song hits thit has made this
play famous from coast to coast.
Prices: 35-50-75-$1.OO-$1.50
Seal sale Friday morning 1 0 o'clock. Order your seats now by mail.
Hotel Cumberland
S. W Cor. Broadway, at 54th St., NEW YORK
N saotllSsS5l55la~-sl5(lctli Itt-sits-sI
o KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special ferms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
II Ig and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside ttnoms. Send for Booklet.
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. Stis-rison., formerly wills Hotel Istitirriot.
J. Bin.gh~..sx~., forsticelp wills Hotel Woodward
F AM I L Y
fIONDAY..TUESDAY.=WFDNESDAY
HIDER AND FINDER
lii 1 p 1 Ii sty I
5 OTIIER A(.lS OF QUALIFY S

On The Training Table
Why is SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT on the
training table of nearly every college and university
in the United States? Because it supplies the
greatest amount of mucle-building, strength-giving
material with the least tax upon the digestive organs.
YolI can't build the perfect human body out of
books or sermons. Shredded Wheat is the favorite
food of athletes and invalids. A food to study
on, to work on, to play on. Always clean, always
pure, always wholesome.
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lithe Meat of the Golden Wheat
T £ SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

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Carriage and Baggage
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hetorello~clotts$i.5a.olti-c 0
$2.00.
toe tacit Trots to tie Is- iii itit - iii
trier trill he 25 Cests. Ii rts sit
tilfeOtitlitt-stalts.tttr lieu-i- el iii
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tot oars-loge situ tottiti ares
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BUY YOUR SEATS DURING THE hAY--Avoid Crowds
TIlE DAINTY l)Ut)
Abbott and Minthorne
Worth ly
BROTHER AND SISTER
IsIIIiPRESENTINti A BIT OF MUSlCAI COMEDY
ALICE VAN Mildred Grover
____ Ashisled by Dick Richards Sing-
ISANCES OF ALL NATIONS ret stud Dancers
AS A SPECIAL FEATURE
er'nice Howard (~ Co.
IN THE ORENTIAL COM DY
'' T~E ~ SPECIAL SCENERY
COFIINO TIIURSI)AY
CAPT. TREAT'S EDUCATED SEALS
Another "Napanee"Act.---Johnny Bush's School
Boys and Girls--Next Week, Great Ashai Troupe
L j~ TI1iBE~STOFEVERv

ALWAYS AITIBAD IN
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