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THE MICHIGAN LAIL"Y

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY 8.VFVRI)AY, MARCIT 13, 1926
FIVE COMMITTEES~ Freticli Pilot Will

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COFFEE CAKE!
You can serve nothing more tempting
for Sunday breakfast than a delicious
slice of COFFEE CAKE or some of
our HOT CROSS BUNS.
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CITY PASTRY SHOP

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10CHICKEN DINERS$1
Saturday and Sunday
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The Tavern Hotel
SALINE, MICH.

MENU
Chicken Noodle Soup (Iome 1lade)
Queen Olives Pepper Relish Sweet Pie
Spring Chicken Fried in Butter
Sweet or Irish Potatoes Biscuit Chicken
Tender Sweet Peas Cranberry Sauce
Baked Apple
Bran Bread (Our Own)
Apple and Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream
Coffee Milk Tea

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Gravy

Serves Continuous from 12:30 to 8:00 P. M.

Phone Saline 63

the traditional palette design on the a
band will be carried by seniors inl the
architectural school.
The walking sticks for seniors in
the literary school and the engineer- Lucien Boussoutrot (top), peace
ing college will be chosen the early time ace of the French air service, has
port of next week. been chosen to pilot a huge plane de-
CanesmabeodrdtruhWg signed by. M. De Monge (bottom), not-
nor and company at a price of $3.0;atempenos
they are ordered for individuals ac- flight from Paris to New York. The
cording t.o length. On exhibit in the attempt will be made in the autumn.
cane display of this concern is a walk-
ing stick carried by a member of the do independent work; good moral
pharmacy class of 1881; it is less than character and American citizenship.
one-half inch in diameter at the ton Prospective students must register in
ald tapers to the tip. This cane has I Budapest before Sept. 5, or in Prague
no crook at the top, carrying a fancy before Oct. 1.
knob in its place, and is made of nat- At the completion of the course the
ural bamboo weed. Its cost was less student will be required to submit a
tian 50 cents. report on his course of study and its
results to the ministry of education
and the Institute of International Ed-
AID FOR STUDY ABROAD Touri
Five fellowships have been offered
iii Czecho-Slovakia. and Hungary by
Ihe minister of education in each coun-
try for the academic year 1926-1927..; With college parties on
Applications and credentials must be
filed with the Institute of Internatiot- famous "O"steaers of
al Education in New York before, The Royal Mail Line
Mirch 15.
The requirements for admission are: Write for lIutrated Boo kiet.
.i bacheior's degree, a realt u certific-.;School o
atoe, some. knowledge of the flanguag e Freig~lgn t.hrave, Can:.
c. that 'particu la r county, ability' to 12CteetHWIao, o.

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516 EAST LIBERTY

PHONE 55011

St. Patrick's Special
A Vanilla Brick
with Pistachio
Shamrock center
Include it in your plans
for Parties and Dinners
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Ann Arbor Dairy Co.
THE HOME OF PURE MILK

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Scranton, Pocahontas, Kentucky
and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever since it was established.
The secret is "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS."

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"Every day
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You will enjoy our lunches
as well as lour delicious
dinners. Pleasant surround-
ings combined with exellent
food.
3a
329 South Main St. Opposite Wuerth Theatre

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FRESH MEATS
They say the test of good meats is "in
the eating," which is very logical and
true.
It is the test we invite you to apply
to our fresh, steaks, chops, roasts and
other choice cuts of meat always obtain-
able here at lowest prices.
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think so too, let's get together.

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Spring suits and topcoats at a saving.
They are going fast because the stu-
dents realize what wonderful buys
they are. What we save in rent we
cut from the price.
All specially tailored materials from
R. & W.

"Buy Health By

The Bottle!"

A quart or two of our rich, pure milk every day
is the best way to get and keep health.

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Pure Candy Eggs, Chocolate Rabbits, and Fancy Baskets.
We will make anything you desire.
Send us your order now.

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