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T'H4 MICHIOANiDAILY

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i

Trouser Sale

Eare mrakin~g a re-
diuction of
$1.00(M
on~ each win~ter - weight
Trouser in our shop, re-
gardless of the price.
An early selection
counts
Our. Spr-lrag Llre ,Is Noar Ready
JI Karl Malcolm, 118 E, Libery
CALL. AND SEE THE
Henry ah nd Cma.y
711 N. VUniversity Ave.
Hotel' Cumberland

S. W Cor. Broadway, at 54th St.,
Near 50th St. Subway and 53d St.. Eleatedl.

NEW YORKI

tI .. ( ,

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
tuior lit classametincttg tis afteno
at 4 o'clock int Tappant all. Eletintt of
Student Councilmen.
Regular metintg of the juntiorttte's
ectiott of te eitscht r Verittited-
nesda, Jatttary _55(51 Ip.i.
Mitt (eirintg to tr iut for senor
enlginteer rlay teamti ttet i ttropyroott
tt 5 o'clock.
Setitr law footalIpictritri khadalll
& ftack', today, t 12 :45. Sietetrs
ontly.
Muttsical prograhmttat N'slewery tll,
5ocloick, today.
Eectiotn tf J. lit Stutcecit Cutncil-i
itet, 4 o'cloick, todiay i PTpantattlul.
Metitig of execttive cutntcil of MNi
sictl clutbs, 5 :30 todtsy at Ln itti.
juititr engiieer css meeting tdyitti t
5 oclock, roomt 411. Electintiiof twto
Stdlentt Cstcilntci.
Al11 men wliiisswatt to orer itilitari
rifles for ittiutr o tie dotiior use, ripot
":at ride range, Mc~uillan h all, tilty:he
terelt tf:0 att I 2:1.
PROP. WENLEY ON NOTEDU
,sRlTISl-t P1 fft.OS Ifl.R.
Thie DAILY is itt receitl of the follow-'
in~g comutnication froma Prof. Rbetrt
M. Weley:
EDITRcutMCHItAN DALY:ot
I am asked often,swho are thchclif
tinkters now livig in Britait, uteantiig
tierebhy, piloophrs? The followitnit
namtes wotld fall ittay cmpe~tcetit:i
1Berntard tBosant t. P. IB rdeyG
,owies Diickitsotn, IHere Jones, JS
Mackenzie, J. r. hM. McTaggar, G
.Moore, the Hton. Bertrantd RisselA.I,
ttytcr, Jamties Wtard. Tetimeo
Andhgw C. Bfradley tigt to rakbec
sthaltt of his distingtuishteud ltrothr.
ft is a striking fact that the greatis li-
ing Lttglish philosopher-mnyiiwsoitld
say the greatest living philosopthesr-andi
the greatest living Englishi critic art
brothters, atid that fotr oilhe embitles
if the famtily (the late G.IG. tBrtdle,
Dean of Westmnister, LCaly Grve,i ls.
. 11. Woods, atd Arthur G. BIale).:
tare attained little less distiction.i Thi
critic tas a tplaceX tiltcu11it, 1 i i
emtinetnce in criticism prespposes tut-
osotphy, itf which he wts taniiflhutsntil
teacher in erlier life.
Severtil interestig remarks itigtle
tittieid. First, Scotltattd has lost hr t
ditionial supretmacy, event if foe retions
that Wright tbe givetn easily : fr eximple,
tee btrainis re edissiattedl tll isr te
emtire. She cottnts ot a sitgle name
teree. Eniglantdllits eight, Wvales andi
Autstralia titnect . Scotd all 0are 1111-
versity mn. But te distriultit is fare
frotttimttartial. Cambhridge has fie ando
a halt (a trw experiettce for ~ts uni-
versity), Oxford four, Glasgos oiotl tti
a half-for, Prof. Macketszie is a doitble
personatlity academtically, eeti if te
naek of Glasgost'be writent larg'iont all
his work, Third, cofomsaly twith te
s.ocial developmnt pectiar to Cinglandii
especially, swhere so tmaty of the est
tmetihttie ot eent attachecd to univie
sities andthc leir ctisities, six..of iiie
nttates are ttissintg fromt anty' tniversity
staff, altough twto of tese six are fr
ae Scotcht profesors. otirth, less tatn
sue alt are Pellosws of the Britisht
Academty. Tis mtay itmply ote Of to
thitngs : ether tat the !acadlemyt ,tafte
the tmanner of Academiies, itsves resect-
ability overititch (let us hope not), or
that, fise of the tteni eitg still youg
we may lotsk for eveit greater titgs
from, thet, (let us hope so). The alver-
tige age i th le "eleen" is aout 5; tet
extremtes tre 65 ad 37.}
R.C. -St.;Wxte.

CMSeisOr FRLgNCHPAN rTINtG1xHItttITI;I.
An exhihit of todernt French ptit-
iitgs front the tLontvre taoslseent pttcedillt
the eases in thte lihrary corridors. Thee
are prittlakett front a collectiontint the
lihrary. The exhibuit covers the last
two tundred years,. he pictures are
tirrattged in ectronological order tind
illustrate Prof. 'f'lieme's course its
k' rettch art and his .lecture ott jattutry
to to the Cerele Franceais.
Shoe Sale this week-Wagnter & Co.,
State street. 83-84-83-86.

Carriage and Baggage
t'oreaetiiioupitle totew ititt, ic
bteforte tiaciocit S$1.0,iiir jC 'itcc
$2.00.w
h+'oreaeeiTrank ot. o ctrifOoortitie
pr'iceXwillie 25 Cent., i'arriti L, ii
tie trottitilt-stairs. teIiX ~t'wiilibe
50 Crnts.
Drivers are r'qiired io iii as
foisctarriaci' tutu liogin' r 5ftie tie
WA 1,1i. 1;' I i l ,
Ittitit I". 15 i.'

KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
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 Rooms. Send for Booklet.

CcatGtxr o 5.15 '1.XLx .cosem-rs moSt e.ted promeptly.
N Td11esday, Jan. 25
E 1eniryW. savage
'ir.Ju~ t !'tcy ./ 1i 'sr: , If ( itz<Irkfi 1'P t
/t toititi 11 tlt tit li
ShAu g m e n e d O rc h e s tra
Company of I"aly-five
Prices: 50-15-$1I-1,50
Sale Opens Molnday'

i rtIle Blue leal iom
Ogedal 1ro 0 a. i .t
Sutnday from 3 to 7:30 P. M.
Frulerg. taken for special
partes
1721 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
P Fhtiitc1696

UNDESO THE MAN4AGEMENTr OF
Hla-rry'P. Stlmeson, formerly with Hotel tIperial.
R. J. Bhn~gha..nmi, fortmerly withi Hotel Woodwar
Indian Blankets and Curios
* at the
3 Arts and Crafts Shop
Sa~ver Novelties tram Eaater'aShoups Cur. William anit Maynard
Study Tables, and Draperies, Suitable
for Student Rooms in Large Variety at
Martin Hailer
onle 66-Ri!man. ,THE LDPLACE
auta cad H ar resnS ap inie gae ehv fehsok fPi
r RaIn-Wator Shampoos A Specialty KJGR ~ o
Mrs. J.1..ihumwsk Abrt and Tuxedo in i pound" and f
t t10 S. University poud eano and jars.
AT TUTTLE & CO. CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
L unch Room j Under Hiuston Billiard Parlors
you can find a fine line of Confectioneryj Charlie WVeigand, Prop.

Board-$4.0O per week---with a Special Room
for Ladies
GOOD MUSIC GOOD SERVICE
Two Meals a Day Board $3.50 per week
BeilPhonone S J luelce
1530 524Whine
(I 4tnger's chou,' of DanCing
l earnto l~ace. i lie.+ise' 'ut-tinut. TiiiWIn heut iutcsttientyoutidu.
Classes for Ladies and ttetntlemetJ titsilay aTiituttrsday Eveenints, 7:00
for tarttculars'call at irademy or Mhoile 246iOtflice houts 8to 10 a. a., 2 Is 4p. m.
Come on hc ading's
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