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March 30, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-30

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, 1' MICRIGAN flAILY

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John you sell clothes too cheap.
Kant help it.
Made too good, not for my trade
Always ahead in style. That 's so.
[rots of orders? Yes. We can stand yours too.
Come in today and feast your eycs.
Only all-wool goes here at $18.00.
Liberty St., 118 East
Make Norfolks of class.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Soph lit baseibtil practice. Hill
1 r ee lolt at 3:3 . t .toaay. (ox.
Frs i i hes teald practice at
t, F 'air goundsttis feno t2
o' Ic. All aut. eOfcl d.
or1 o litII110 11013 at 11111 p . tlIi
dii ii rtoo Xi, C. I II
(Coninueiad tfrom Page 1.)
act and lirtilAs lt willie iioierson-
* i 11Xii i ihi iirriiand addimchlic ae
ar itc-°tt th l an byi tei ra tslg
f rv'dnsp0 trc 1 'ii .1pcii cioci i-

Whitnvey Wednesday,
Theatre r -April a~
Charles Frohimaft
> Presents the Great Hetectice-Thief Play
Arsene
Lupin
1With the tompiete Originai t'ompany arid Pretiin froitIs
Six Months Run at the Lyceum Theatre, New York
(AST INCLU~~DES
William Courtnay, Sidney Herbert, Charles Harbury, Harry
Dodd, Doris Keane, Virginia Hammond,
May Galyer,_and 20 Others
"Better than " 'Raffles""
1Prices: 35 ", soc, 7 5c, $1.00., $1.50
Hotel Cumberland

Granger's school of acin
LatTaerrx ibegis Taesday usciaoApail 1 i IIM s i n
gnlmnTuesday aiiiiTiirsacioii ins't( o 1 ii It l «ii
byapoiniitmentt. tFor particarsiilalla, .eal il (3 oni W N

FAMILY LI.
MONDAY-TUESDAY--WF.ONI>I)AY
Friendly and Brock, Miss Agnes O'Neil, Chink
Brown and Others o. Souvenir 100th Performance
Matinee Mon. ToLde
Go to Major' s
T.o iioy Watt-paper and aint. Bei!),rlct~'c r ~
twe can save you from 2 to 40%- W elXV 'c t lt
foree there tote prices: ns aln lt r oe, 11 w ell)Siol
gtallon, $1.25, half gatton 65cq art3c
C. Hi. MAJOR CO.
ttaitiaetueers of High-GraiePaints

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S. W, Cor. Broadway, at 54th St.,
Neat 50thSt. Subiay and tat St. tlevated.

NEW YORK

I

On The Training 1f
Why is SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUI'T on the
training table of nearly every college and uni crsity

in the- United States? Because it supplites the
greatest amount of mucle-building= strength-givinug
material with the least tax upon the digestiN c organs.
You can't build the perfect human hody out of
books or sermons. Shredded Wheat is the fax (trite
food of athletes and invalids. A food to study
on, to work on, to play on. Always clean, always
pure, always wholesome.
Q o-
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c s call i (1. 1 illniedci eat-
13 cadst 'dscliwith ill llal viltaltlio.
\\ c liari-.M CN111 clljlttiils 'iti tio oc
/111 rtdloi &P ,tni e I ali, 31a S. State,
2 11 f cr. 126-1-f.
Do A. KILLINS
HARDWARE
.STORE
REACH
Baseball Goods, Roller
Skates, and Rifles.
PHONES
Bell Phone 16104 Sittin 212 Blue
MORRILL tom, CO.
TY PEWRITING
Tyo it iItO iii pOo itll
-{ eod.re ttotik
tidrHut Blrd Parlor
MORE' BARBER SHOP
705erNHuton Uallirdtyalo.
GOV.SOLL, MOE. rea

" r KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
p Special rerms for College Teams
gig Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
A .and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Tansient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
'All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.
VNDER THE MANAGEMENT 0F
Harry P. Stlmson., formerly with lintel tIperial.
X. J. B31nthmr. fo rmerly with Hotel'Xwoodliard
FATIM CIGA"R'TLS
*20 for 15 c-ts. '
THE Billiard Room.
Interested players. A
1 difficult carrom shot. Ac-
comlse.plished. The pride of
success and Fatima Cigarettes.

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All the Meat of the Gle ha
THTE SHREDDED WHEAT COMAN
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

The distinctly different smoke.
A blend of fine ITurkisb. tobacco
J wth an exquisite taste. An in-
F ,, xxO expensive package containing
aonten extra cigarettes.
THE AMERICAN T1OBACCO

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

. -~ ' TAI AD THE BEST OF E
iJ~a .1 i S ILOR THIING IN TAILC

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