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April 24, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-04-24

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

It's No
of Chance
when you order your
suit at
Our arrayof 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.
J, KARL MALCOLM, 118EB Liberty
G'iranger's School of Dancing
Last~recuu lains'puesday e '' ,;,Ap.rill;). ItM.1 aesI'm aisan
g 14 lnwn Tuesas y .and11Thursdaly eson is '. Privt (ss
by aapo m n. IFor par tuars c 4 ll tIII i dl 15' °IG
W i e sowig i et nss c li \s cis lo 1n_
N4ew forwb
The assortmxent coniprises everything, that is neixtaIditoh sy in
iesign, color and quality. We can say withoutlexaggeration
9ad w xill readitly appeal 'o the most. particlar 0paitron.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
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sale lT isis1 3 1o illdcl a W h 's
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CHRISHARER HO

2/or 2J' -SIZES
' THE style can be copied
bat not tbe buttoniholes
LINOCORD endless but-
C i4ltonhoies- easy -to- button
a ,d unbuton-tbey dton't tear oat.

"WHITNEY RE

Ss~AurdI..y -

30

vhe Eruptio n
WITH THE YOUNG WHIRLWIND MUSICAL GENIUS
AND HIS
Italiall Bailda Vri
HoelCumberland

S. W. Car. Broadway, at 54th St.,
Near 50thlSt. Sal)Nlay a5 1 5 .4. 41<;I ie c1
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NEW YORK

KEPT BY A COLLEGE Mt.AN
College Men Always. Welcome
Special ferms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near 'Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Roonts. Send for Booklet.

W. E. DIIETERLE
t17 U. Iltbu y St.

Varsi-oty Tailor

UCNDER THE MANAGEMENT]r 0
Harry P. StInssot., formeirly swithi litel lttitef.
R. J. Birivghek rimu, formork.41withi Chxtel AWoodiward

3AJE.STIC T I
THREE DAYS ONLY--LifOINNING MONDAY
ENTIRE CHANGE 01 P1ICAP

4

Hu a Roe.-aead !eproductions of World'a (ireitest k' ,; ii~

Art

Miss Claire Maynard
Prima Donna

Un The Trainin -?~ale
'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-giv ing
material with the least tax upon the digestive organs.
You can't build the perfeet huna body out of
books or sermons. Shredded Wheat is the favorite
food of athletes and invalids. A food to study
yon, to work on, to play on. Always clean, always
pure, always wholesome.

The Sni~ o

Ray L. Royc
Character Actor

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