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SUGARBOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHiING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHiT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

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HIOMOEOPATHIC MEDIC SCHOOL h
REORGANIZED FOR SERTICEj__________

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AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

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The Most Bleautiful and Refined Dancing School
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WtitRTH ARCADE~

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Screen
:1ajestic-Wallace Reid in his
latest, "Always Audacious."
Pathe'News. paramount mag-
azine, and a Mack Sennett
comedy, "It's a Boy."
Arade--Viola Dana in "Black-
mail." Comedy, "No Hope for
the Drys," and "Buried Gold."
Wuerth-Lewis Tracy's "The
Silent Barrier." Sunshine
comedy, "Pretty Lady," and
Kinogramis.
Orpheumn - Gladys Walton in
"Pink Tights." Jack Dempsey
in "Daredevil Jack.",
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney-Wednesday, Thursday.
and Friday. Varsity Glee and
Mandolin club presenting a
snappy minstrel show, "Min-
strelsy."
Garrick (Detroit)--" The Charm
School," a bewitching musical
comedy by Alice Duer Miller
and Robert Milton and a
touch of music by Jerome
Kern.
Schubert (Detroit): -- Theda
Bara,* the famous vampire of
the screen, playing in person
in a real American play, "The
Blue Flame."

Homoeopathy, placing the greater
emphasis upon the medical side of,
practice, logically. justifies entering all
patients at the hospital through the
medical service where the preliminary
examinations and surveys are made,
and histories started in each partic-
ular case before its final disposition.
If a case finally falls into the surgical,
gynecological, or any other one of the
other departments of the hospital it is
properly 'referred. After a patient has
been dismissed from another service,
it is referred back to the medical de-I
partment for the history to be closed'
and to be finally discharged.'
The revised schedule for this year
provides for a continuous daily clinic.
Th epartment of internal medicine
'has been thoroughly reorganized to,
provide for the foregoing plan. Thel
clinic in this department has two!
hours from 10 to 12 o'clock each fore-
noon scheduled for special demon-
'strations, treatment, and class study.
Sub-clinics in medicine are "open at
all hours."~
Phiarmic College Receives Collection
An interesting collection of special-,
ties and other products from the
laboratories of Eli Lilly and company1
of Indianapolis, has been received by
the College of Pharmacy, and will be
used for purposes of demonstration in
courses of commercial pharmacy.
10 Cl dltreu Symphonic League Guests1
Ten children will be entertained at
a Christmas supper at 5:30 o'clock to-
morrow night at the University School1
of Music under the auspices of the
Symphonic. league. The league has
also arranged for the making of scrap
books as, gifts to the -children at thel
local. hospitals.

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THE BANIK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK.

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I DEFY THE WIDE WORLD
To SAY THAT
MAN DOES NOT COME FROM
THE MONKEY
with my book called "Ani Educator.". And I have only done
this for the army of students that go to the U. of M.
PRICE 50c
I'LL BE ON STATE STREET TO SELL IT MYSELF
.DR. TOM LOVELL,
Lt. Col. of Archery.

101-103 So. Main St.

3310 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

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