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April 22, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-04-22

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THEII MICHIGAN DAILY

It'SNo
"Game"1.
ofChance
when you order yoursuta
MALCOLM'S
Our array of Spring Woolens will make a home
run hit with you. Our battery of modish models is
the sightliest ever. SCORE one of cloths content-
ment by looking TODAY.
JKARL MALCOL M, 118 E. Liberty

UNIVERSITY NOTICES .®

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Granger's School of Dancing
L~ st'te-erie is Ts ae ei ng pi I atilJe tt.ae 'rIde mi
bya I iiim n. F rPriular, l a t. '' i ie c de yo' ))ii I'f

AH A R

MEXICAN INDIAN BLANKETS
ers.P >rii ;r all ecat itn. iataa
C 1O' 111liCOLR EFiT S FUIi n IG I

SILK SCARFS
I'ii tI : 1{) " l'III'
Mi'Xica ii fh tld- t N ea
kart: !ade fIinetpul

tli i yo r I An OI Til Imit tt ii~ll C ~ t: lic ,('(1 it i ort art
7ft. Sin. x it. l0in...... ..$ 5.00 fr-I'1el e. f_ i ri1a~
61ltSin,.ax 31t. 41n. .......... 3.50 4 al j it!,1'c r
11. 41n. x 211. Sin. . ....... 2.50
Set otin-ee (one ot each size) 10.00 PRICE $110.00
SENT ANYWHERE. CARRIAGE PREPAID, ON RECEIPT O1 PRICE,
Order Today. Money Back it You Want It.
MEXICAIN BLANKET Co.. AGUJASCAUIENTEF S.MEIO
QJ
20 for& age.q

Tclit til ta ntistartstis atit
moning aat 9:30. F iitt rom, am-
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held this ~ttti
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5aturdv ill ectureroomT appan hall
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NEXT vtholiisisTHeUtRDAYui tI
lae(,derit- lo n fo iard sPrlor

SI, JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
GE:O. V. STOUL Proprietor
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 StS ttk niversity Ave.
0.A. MOE,

WITH THE YOUNG WHIRLWIND MlIAU.-.,1 I (iNIU
AND HIS
Italian Baild Vri
POPUVLAR.tPiC
Hotel Cumber nd

S. W. Cor. Broadway, at 54tht St.,
\c° lii:0thSi. Suillilaan (Ii.

NA', YORK

KEPT BY A COL LEGE MAN
College Men Alvways Welcome
Special lFerms for Cr"olegeTeams
Ideal Location. N-a I!,IItiren, Shops
and Crii 'r
New, Modern, Ab :o' Attely Fireproof

'.

30~p

Transient [gates, $2.50,
All Outsite konn
UNIDER THE MAN'AG Pt
Harry P. Stiumsori., formerly with1Hitoi I Ia'
R. J. BIrijt he -t. , fr i"',

_qI IantOd Up.
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t ,Iroe olwr

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Lrettes.

On The Traini
Why is SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT on the
trianing table of nearly every college ardui rsity
in the United States? Because it op. Isthe
greatest amount of mucle-building tmg giving
material with the least tax upon thedienIN organs.
You can't build the perf ecthoiuhd (it osf
boos or sermons. ShreddedWhori dela te
food (If athletes and invalids.A, od .o tdy
(In, to) work on, to play on. Ala.cei lvys
pure, always wholesome.

Tb esmoke- that Ii
Afragrant blendil af I i
plleases the taste,

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Til MIA-lutX 1(11TOBACii (OI
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All the Meat of the C1eiha
THE SHREDDED HA OPN
NIAGARA FALL, N. Y

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