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G. H. Wild Coipally
The Lrgest Stock
int the City
of
Exclusive Styles in
WOOLENS
For Gentlemfen's Wear
E verthing required for Suits, ]
Overcoats, Fancy \ estigs and
Trouserings nd of high cas
fabrico and special stylis
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
0. HI. Wild Compally
311 South State Street
Get SL
Good-
Sweater
Vest
and you won't mind those
cold winds that are b
ginning to make themi
selve felt already We
carry the fanosSad
ing make in two weights
and sev eral color comhi
nations the prires'tie
$4.50 to $6.00
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
A. G.
NSPALDIN
. & BROS. *s/
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Ofical Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Bal, (ol, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Bal, Hockey
oticia implement o Tach and Field Sport
Unitortms tor all Sports. Spaldin' Handomely
Illstrated Catalge ofo all spot contain n-
meeos sggeestions. Send tr it.-'It' toe.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New ork. Chicago, St. LouiSshi'ro,
Mnneapois, (Dener, Bonlali. Syrauic. 'its-
hurg, Philadephila, Boston, Cninati, Bati-
more, wahingtoni, Knsas City, Ceveiand,
New Orleans, Detroit, Montreal, Canafa.

TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY, ritt, i ims m, ,tiht he enjeytyrlby F
-- - uti(- ho uwaths tiem---espeeialy if the
pirestige iif his iointgrhuphis tiii.prize
Maenagitig Editor-PAULTSCOoTMoevatiZ. o vr-tor,. the iribte oftdefet. iAod
But~sess Manogeri-C. h 4IN.X Sortaii. thr tames ire riot isioiiioilier tecomi- p,
inottition than ilie iheotrs of their p,
ittiTOitS .character caid purpose. 't'he' are oiten ip
fries. . . A. F. Rleliwit h attendingilfor thi s-ikeiif seeiget
th~letics,.... William FV. Gradolph
Sporting..... Clience E. Eldridge spectacultii' oth ill. Whlile they do not tI
exchange.....H. John Wamboldl compartiitiih h r isite batilers-gigan- Ii
iMutsic uaiudDranma...Roy D. Welch tictii ii soulId probably conisltitite.anitIs
l4'otieii's Editor.. .. Louise Vaut Voorhit nomnygo xhbto saantN
EDITyORIAL, TAit the'luoled, seli-aditreil isrk of >smaller Ii
. Mc.Vleandless Vlmer C. Adaiis collee. s Itinay ishi. iiorne in id, ioou. s
Jiohu F., Wutre Robiert 1-. FousClanc iats~iu proiiis ofAII-Americauna
NIGIit>'rTiiOtiO calier hose takeitir earlsyisork on Ib
Hiram S. Cody George HI. Hobart icliss iraiii gootu miaty phliyers are
Chaoney PBoucher B. G. R. \Williamts itceewtio rieae ,11iutiitssed the ii
iil'IWOTER it5sl5 Itsetil stsraiige iniivieof i1
L. C. Reid Lee A White suoviiious fats, that inidiffereice is lc
Raymond Vioschier Mv. B. Mtclftgh ntloiteii i y1lt ltyi ratliast byIts'
A. L,. Iainline RobsertMiountsierelfiteirest.i (liiiof claisses'of thee or t
LoselI 1. Carl- lDonaldL1.Kittiesyfftutihtititedt fashootfifts is it tveraigec
T. II. Prescott ttu ier usho alpriar itt stippit of rect
BttSINESS STAFF sitttitg rcoulil le duntoiiduissiptateq
Joltn F. Woe. C.arl H. Attainthe lirevailingtfoti ofapathyliiithese
Harold . G ond. mattrs ant heitewolteadeiv- ilr t tty of lifei

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Maynard Street.
Managers Hones : 1-2 p. ns., 7-8 p. m.
daily, exeept Sttnday. Both photnrs
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liit.iFili, ''i-itt>i iii Si t-. :
eniehueiiil theiroiposiltion ito siend
tit'' scru'bls toii\ sneivieti-tis ino lute
iiittha oldi reasonabittlehlt' expectedl. It
waiio 'i .iia gift. It it a >a reeOiiipetisi
for itetris i of ir lbotteatnd eteiltatier
ofi hitridknociks.--weeklsse whichtcontainted
no nut gliof i ltr is. c'rth-e r titnltper-
feciclof hetem. la teitetiilhastu.
Butlet itoi cii irtittihimselftisi
'Ie lls iert iieialit'lulta1 st tight wist
til mii'are tt than uapromse, antt iisye
oehi ilt' heas tootias iteact. lb-e litsi'l
tidsuely fillmvediiyi lf iililtetit. (leer
i ititunredil tlatrs is ntieid. if isrut
mtall silo ri cat'tohitsflent list tight
s-ri> ly eclece.I i i o 'r
mt-s atut cinats tolconi te tthir
iilit-. \Wei hitpe the Iitiuptiniifrotof
lit' lletir tsanibeforetany gtamettillis shel
glcsisiitieehicnualltcth lctsid
udrits rilaptin all lie gloioy ti-
itiead tollege lifehats teasily sttickitd
t uereoetilllry - theri'cntests seemttioi
emoy irttyiidel-itlyiS the itdet oni
wichtciollege spurts are fotitiedt. 'Tlies
tre'calculateid to arotuse emtulationt
aotitg titi-niet's if a sttmtll groupitiat
to set at stork theelaetier stinsltiltiti
ofi friettily ri-airy lietowet grotiups.
Patic uitpailiiittion t'emientilsletyu ofi
, elttllful exe-rcisie:tutd a pleasatnt re-

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1"he. appietriti rei()f PresidetiClarkn
if thUniotit atst tight's tieettigst-as
iot-uIty of title'. "7Kni ita n tteCUisver-d
site las lli. 'ii itrisloire s-otteresatitewsith
it- he u i mivee tnt ort'hits taei'titer
pesitnial stacrifices to advte'tte it. No
na seers iiiire cletarly lierhtaips just
tisiody wthuch stattes fur tll the higherc
iiintersts of iith 'nhueirsity. hr is iniai
sense t-e seratifiievery' onit'of its
inspiire resptect fur the tiositt ofhichrtil
:M ichiganttacuitytdrtiws 5a little osee
eight feet. ')'his is just aboteittnte fiotit-;
hundttht-ll of the pedligrete oithel rest
"Jlhflfu'S'l',IR'8 31I.LI~lNS"
AT' ilSIL. XII lTONIG~HTl
iff irigs ill ihe seauso it iilit-e the api-
peruettheli'Y'psilatiOpDet'aI.loite:.
ofi Cohtitnii nittiHari's' trouciitionu if
ii <caster's illionsti oightit.
Tisi Ciomre'.,ti State iversion of'
Ierg i-ttaeIrr hulrCitlrieiittesucces-sfitl
iof f i thtattiam. htis utadleeqite a
hiti onihotilesidetltet Atii-kltantic. The
scentieferclts rtee saidto tbe stru king.
TheilcastiiisiheadedbRoet (lier anti
putrpltt;tioetheitial oe. heitt rig ital
tutu ,INstmtutics in Cicargot.
1,1O1'T--etiseen State'atiiMa\iitoni
Liieriy - $4o eurrentcy.Retared.Pihttne
I ititi,. itr etll 210 S. Thatuer.
teer itv libtrtiry- Retuin toii220 Southt
SIngls ttol.tr phtoiue 436iJ. 3
h.LOS'T'--Stisall gret-rutree utweenu
latiiltititPhiter tutuCtlinis' ott 'Will-
. iii streit. Findietr itretrn ito Daily
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CARRIES :PRIVItEGIS I
Thatthtiere s anutatmaitg igtorance
reetalenti upoun te caupusas Itoi the
trposceof thur MfieiganUt .nioi, adth ue
risileges swhicht its members sill re-
ire, is beitg mace eidetnt daily to
lose who uuare regagedl i seiniug mem-
ereliu tickets. After the ciubhoeuse
,as heen> riuning fr a year, thur Unin
ill laee spokeut for icelf. Au presnt.
iot-ierr.iithas btent ueenetdest to
tale roncise y jusitwhat its priileges
ane wt~ that i sill rho fi'cr etes'utrit
fverr' tentte till he entitleu t ll
e priileges of the cubhuouse, swhiht
secluterutulse f thur utfe, bllihiareoos
mtutgius tntdemustic romu, retdigwt.u-lI
jg an auh tuginuue rom,.gtiie romu,
thaco tutu 'tihtanduac.dute thurtrnutis
cutlts.
fverry membiher twill thtor thur uopur -
nt t ouih' foiirotnaoturl friedships
iickly.
Memberrsip inttthe I'tiuin cwiii gist'
ciie ipi te tniersiy tuttl,a
chnc uttir-lepuatiipate n iihtigs tatuthur
Uinisuhdoing as for isttnte.tie a- l
tutu diner.the' comi toperi. thur couty
'tile an it he'minusrei shoht,. tuidlege-
er loalty toeMicihigan as a wehole tboe
ioyalty irtutu)' particulatrngroupuu.
It esill bring taluni tutustuduets intou
heser contttr.
It usillire-ate atintformatl tituthcleser
acie t tntlii ofr faItcity andulstudetus.
-Membeshipinithe iUn ionutwilhtallows
oue t utrhaseibnqtuclutickets fr fiy'
cruths es thianihe wuttld othtrise ee
'II- Clhlfif HOS' PAPXS
Ti1MIit"TfO0D1R. .XNE',hL~
Presidenuti Angell u-s guest of Iuhooc
at thur anutalconvsentioni tubthur 'lir-
igtauiStateTeah7teitr' sseuiattitnthel
at lFtle C'eerieastswerek. 'ichigai
tils lso uepe resented b iy De'nRtuuIeel of
thur literary' deptmeunut ProfessorsCRe-
ire, 'Trueblooted Forer tutu Tomatts, ane
Uie. Dttiditl idey. Gretinug from a ll
thin eucauutioni nsutiuritutinus of thurstatue
westerouietght toe IDr. Anelgl. Suerin-
itedent tuf Pubi lunsructioenu Xrighu
in li-lhf tub thin public schoolshe rf thur
aftult'paidia tibute tote liv enrable
Ini thin 'Colle g Setin" oftileisi-
title ProfhTruenbloodhreasul aupaper upnu
"'octl Intrepretathoun i 'ITeuhitugi-
'ii tiure." tDeaniiReedi soup tloi"PFee
parattionii of IHight Shool '1'echers.'
l .M. David Friday was highly cotuiti-
ticntedupon utteitsuccess rut the "Grmut-
ta hoetol Seton" f etwhihheIns-t
-hi.-icuuou. Ithlii'section, the- largest
if thurcouteritioin Purof. Thisoaof thin
Enlfgishidepatentiseucused il a pa-
fire '"lhei Scpe of XWok iiilfi~gisl
(rammartltcintthis'Granmmaric Gradtes."
Ptrof. I.ii. XV. Foec of the iGermuan
dlepatmeint tretanl tipaper upohi"ti cies.
rittulis n tsGermuai Educationu" Thlis
uaierisasedisutsed hby- IratJariuc. luic-
sc-hool hsat (Gratth .\Mar'ais.
At thure lose ofthelunet uintt 'iut
dauy,. DetanuRecil isas eeth i-repis-
idneu tof thin'ognizaotionu. Abutuiu 4.ou
itacherrs cs-inc tresent.

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This is the timec of than year to
think of
sweaters,
Foot Balls
and
Gymnasium
supplies
For years we have sold
the hest makes ini Sweaters,
CGymuasiuns supplies, Foot
Balls atd Sporting Goods.
Everybody kinows ohur
prices are right.

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Foot Balls $1.00 to $5.00
Wa'hr's

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Uniesity :Boosor
Cs to.DARIN[LL
Law
Medical
Dental
Books
New and Second~hnd
Largest Stock in Michigan
Text=Books
Dictionaries
Quiz Compends
C. C. BARTHELL,
Tel 761. 326 S. Slate St.
Chaf in Dishes
A lage huee ittudish it It
SIuru ut runamueldittodtdsh anid
thun improved Iii h t i t
rust iaiuu, $5.00.
jWM. ARNOLD, Jewler

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SIN6INi CLASS
No student. can afford
to neglect the cultureside
of his education. To sing,
or at least to be able to
appreciate good music, is
a very desirable accomp-
lishment and is well
worth the effort of every
University man.
Classes in sight and en-
semble singing have been
organizied at the Univer-
sity School of Music,
under the direction of
Fred Killeen, especially
designed for University
students. Special stress
will he laid on the sing-
ing of "Michigan" songs.
Evening class Mondays
at 7 o'clock. Day classes
Tuesdays and Fridays at
4 o'clock and 5 o'cock.
Tuition $5.00 per semester
C. A. SINK

Ebe !Btuaents' leccture Asociation
Season 1907-1905
Premier Lecture Course of the West
SOUSA'S BAND Emil G. Hirsch, D. D.. LL. D.
John Temple Graves Dr. Wmn. J. Damoii (Lohnton)
Dr. Brander Matthews Leland T. Powers
Hon. John Barrett Opie Read
John Graham Brooks Oratorical Contest
Open Numbher
See " Prospectus " for Dates and Explanation of Open Number
Tickets for Entire Course - - - $2.00
Tickets Reserved for Entire Course - .50
S. L. A. Office, Main Corridor, University Hal
Treanurer'n Hourn, 4 to 6 daily, Saturday excepted.
Michigan State Telephone-Office, U. of M. Exchange, 68.

Phon 59

11Washington F. RANDALL, THJE PHO TO GRAPHER

Phone 598

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