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May 30, 1916 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-05-30

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'tA MICHIGAN DAILY

CIGARETTES ARE NOT
UNHEALTHY
UTike everything else life they
Bmust be used in moderation. You
find you get more enjoyment out
of one or two carefully chosen cigar-
ettes after morning coffee than from a
package of those which are merely
'Smokes'. The bestfor you, may notbe
igaes
but we would like you to try them this
morning before you forget.
"From Morning THIlNight
Fewer But The Beat."

WATCH THIS FELLOW!
Lawrence Butler, Shortridge High
School, Indianapolis, Ind.
Entered in Interscholastic meet in
100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, 440-
yard run, broad jump and half-mile
relay.
In a dual meet at Washington, Ind.,
recently, Butler was caught in the
century at 9:4-5 by one watch, and at
10 seconds flat by the other two. He
then did the 220 in 23 1'-, and the
444 in 54 seconds. The broad jump
is a- new event to him, but he suc-
ceeded in jumping 20 feet 9 3-4 inches,
completing a very noteworthy after-
noon's work.
Butler has many close friends
among Michigan alumni, who are
anxious that he devote his collegiate
athletic endeavors to the Maize and
Blue.
Advertisers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your
city. It will pay you to patronize
them. **

HOW TO
BECOME GREAT

Right thinking, clean living, good eating of properly prepared food amid pleasant
surroundings-These things, per,4istently sought for and always demanded, until they
are the rule, will surely help.

"TH E

RENELLEN
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

HOSPICE"

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May be depended on to supply the last ingredient of this common-sense prescription.
And when you eat right it is mu ch easier to live right and think right.

Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
e the reliable business men of your
ty. It will pay you to patronize
em. **
Patronize business men who adver-
ze in The Michigan Daily. **
Patronize Daily Advertizers. **

This is turraing things inside out with a vengance-Sort of a "Last Shall Be First"
propositign, but I honestly believe there is a good bit of truth in it.

O~X4~ iL'~

The Michigan Daily for the
of the year, 50c.

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