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February 10, 1934 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1934-02-10

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februarv 10, 1934

the michigan daily

page five

Keeping Open House This Week-End ... J-Hop Breakfast After Three --No
Reservations Necessary .... Fast Waiter Service * At"Mealtimes .... The
Smartest Cafeteria In Town .... The Best Of Foods At Reasonable Tariff

338 maynard street

THE TAVERN CAFETERIA

mike fingerle, prop.

THE HEIGHT OF GOOD TASTE

In making Lucky Strike Cigarettes we
use the finest Turkish and domestic
tobacco - and only the center leaves

for they are the mildest and the most
tender. And every Lucky is so round,
so firm, so fully packed-no loose ends.

will moaocasr i\"tetropomaIl t/}7C1i1 4VI11J1U11y Vt 1VCW
York in the world PREMIERE of the new American
Opera "MERRY MOUNT."
s 4 NOT the top leaves-they're under,
,oyz developed-they are harsh!
The Cream of the Crop
A lw ays the l ne C1itiCi LI t "The tenderest, mildest, smoothest tobacco"
and only the Center Leaves
NOTthe bottom leaves-they're inferior
may f7ti .a FY x, , in quality-coarse and always sandy !
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