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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

G. H. WILD CO.
311 50. STATE STREET
Opening display of
Spring and Sum-
mer Woolens of
Exclusive Styles
For SUITS,
OVERCOATS, and
TROUSERS
G. HIe WILD CO.
The Leading Merchant Tailors
311 5. STATE STEET
lypcw ~itcrs
LL PRICES
The Studets Typewriter Supply Co.
Room. 4 Press Buldig. Oppsie Majestic
J. P. LEATHER
Note Boos
no isl 11 ill1a- f c I
1501 51 ~i i /'O pi c
S,; ); ur iot okcn
lain aleterpki .. k
We sell the filler for the
lether note books by
the pound.
( ALL AN SEEtOUR LINE
Stizdents' Bookstore
SHEEHAN &C0.
C. [. DARIN[L
Law
Medical
Dental
Largest Stock in Michigan
Second-Hand Law Books

Law anid Medical Dictionaries
Quiz Books, etc.
Complete line New and Sec-
ond-hsand.
Old books taken in Exchange
C. E. BAR'THELL,
326 S. TATE STREET
Second Floor Tel. 761

TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Editor-LEE A WHITE.
Business Afaagr-NORMsA I,.I LL,.
ErToRS.
News Editor........... Harold Titus
Assistant.............Harry Z. Fte
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assistant............ J. Fred Laton
Music and Drama...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Files... .Dion S. Birney
EDIT~ORIALS.
Arthur J. Abott. G S Lasher.
Paul Leidy.
NIHT EDITORS.
A. J. Wohigemuth. H-arold McGee.
Franik Pennell lEdwsar II. Rob-
Maurice Tolme
REPORTERS.
Loren Robinson IHarry Myser
John L. Cox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John H-. Townley. Wallace Weer.
Gerald J. May, Emmett Taylor.
C. Hlarold Hippler. J. Selig Yellen.
Robert M. Gillet Wi. T. Daugherty
BUSINESS STAPP
C. A Bowman. A. K Dilley.
Myea Ruin. Kenneth Osorn
E. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. I. Klinstock Joseph N. Fochard.
Address: MCHIGeAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Offiee lours: Managing Editor, - p.
ms, and 11:0o-1m1:0 p. m. Daily.
Business Manager, 1-5, 7-8 p. i., Ex-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 96o.
1'l SI)aY. 1MARCII 2, 11)1.
INight Edito-EnWARD II. Rout.
U NVERSITY CALENDAR.
::. YCcb 22. -Lecture Recital. iScooof
L-;R~ic HlI,:15 p.iru.
t Marchit24.-Der lDunokopf' -\Vtitoe
thetre, 5:00 5p.t.
-ilarchi 25-Lit ittercass party, Barbour
,,s. 12:15 1t1 5:30 p. m.
.Mic Icl25. - iMichign~-Corncul iet,
\Nate 1515111gymnasium1, 7 :30 ocok.
MrschI 31-Womlens Atlmnae Baqulet
:111(1J uior Girls' Plaiy, Baor gyit-
ThleUiversity of Mihiga is askiig
till state legislature ftr moey-lots of
t. ThieState of Mihigait is not aiy
tool selt 1ff fnaicialy. But the sews-
paesof Mihigan are lakig tip te
regents it their reutesitiisid in this fact
frieiits of the uiverstr may-fiiitt iutie
satisf actoi.
To keelspIce with tie tiies see eed
toey eetd, at the vry- least, eey
ccitt for whicih we are askiig, aid to
fid sanlly ithe state pess-pwer-
fiut thtat it is-iseans tiat teuse ie of
Is,- univrsrity-wiltl be well clampioied.
Thelsegislatos respect te ress e-
causeI'it vosces ptbile oiionlanituNvitt
pullicsopinionsiclamoturng fortthtat scieice
htstl, lheatinlan1111t atu the rest tiat's
lD.ueic aWi dramna
11155 51541SYM'iHONY OiCiESTRA.
Tthe Rusisiain Syiipoiy rlestra
m 1111oteimade tp of virtolstt, but
tudr thec tutelage of Modest Altisl
c, efets sre oltaieid tiatustamthig le
lrganizaI/tiion a s imne f umistakale
meiet. Con~cer ted ttacks, delicate, zepi-
yr-like iceseendols aidldiminueindios, aid

pterfsct clarity tire somre of the details-
wh Iichtshle cr1n1uiticor tas evideistly it-
sisteid 1p111. AMoceox-ec, they were po-
tells factllrSs ismakiitg the program nsi-
tc restiing to an aiidieisce at thse Whitiney
thaster last inighst wiinli size was en-
tirely unii-iirthy of thse orchestra. j
is ible aiid isasterly readling was
threntDtrakul's wseli knoswi. symsphony
"FroimitIte Nesw World," whtichswas
sutitiutedlat ltse lastnmoimeiit forMeu-Irs
idelsshin's "Italiain Symsphony."'The,

itieaidt aduitirminei-ss'If this-Aidsgi, is
esptecially wortliy If lisiti 'II
tileasr toI the icisi iir P If1. 11 llw.t
by fscicg. Tihegralce of A sitri s1) o11
left aidletaetti-taste : tile tceeiitiIdos-
aicceler-eniit ilit tll-he Hall Iof lth-
hlitiain i n,l ftarly swl i-i tw t
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lit sidi. Pits tackIof vIirility- 11111 ira-
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wshlichi his s IIgihu fth lg u"II
friioint t'sigliaci-c ndce. 1t1ano
tie truthfully sa~idthtt hefill o1111111 lo
is as inispirinig ill -ir tan1111eCs it i s
inth t osiriginIit l ian t- estt is is
trueof te trntionue atn
fonrat icchutc11111ill the lIayIll "siritI
Sog. tiiTheisui slsitio ofti nhe
tier sict ill a manner that appe111a1s stoItIe
mailjority -if hier .11aud itors-wich, it
sWouldt si-mrio, 1111St ill ttim of11 such
suit atilest , '11e11rIit was Iwell sung.
hsa-vigheard itit.
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ssork of Porter liliersoll hrow,lriisi
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tloighit
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certaiin stratsi 1f soIcirty.

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Michigan.
S t a tiou'C ry
A fresh supply of the best
styles at
35c, .40c, 50c,
and 75c
Per Box
!-ave just received a brand
new lot of
MICHIGAN SCRAP
BOOKS
At $1.00 each
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
Carriage and Baggage
F'ircesachi couple to and team parties
lefoire 1, o'lock$150, after 1t o'clock
$2.00.
Freachi'runsoloull from door, the
price witli e 25 Con,If curried tn
ir frlr up-stairs, the price will be
50 Cents.
Drivs-o are requiredi to collect rash
fisr carriage- and baggage service.
IVA'LKER51'S LIVJERYt
iROINSON & CO.
W. 11. STARK
HOSiLItVERYi

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5111 II s//ills>

We Pjrint
Dance Programs, Tally Cards, etc.
Leather Programs a Specialty
We Bind
Class Records, Technical Journals,
Periodicals, Magazines, etc.

Ready For Your Orders
Onr Spiscisi..' Iits of Cusstomu Blade
Ilesuds to r lotS tittsh'suabrieswhich ace
ecluisive sith styles that are author-
itative. [Deady- to bouuk yooi order or
nisis it is hlttoday tot later delivery.
[toadtio t11ake tty'our masam ,gel the
slid 1 in c s os-ks--sod deliver it just
whensu nt it.
Y on gain hi taskings adviantage of otur
rea.diness tisslus
Win. E. Dieterle
Varsity Tailors
117 E. Liberty Street
Shirts and Neckwear
Made to Order
WE
French Dry
Clean
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Suits Pressed, 25c
Trousers, 10e
REPAIRING
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Tailors. 619 E. Wiliam St.

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GENERAL OFFICE OUITFITTER~S
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