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0. IH. Wild Companly
The La rgest Stok
in the City
of
Exclusive Styles i
WOOLENS1
For Getlemen's Wear
l'verything required for Suits,
Overcoats, Fancy 'Vetings, and
Trouserings, and of high class
fabrics and specia1 etyle.
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
G. IH. Wild Compally
311 South Stae Street
Some
New
Banniers
For your
Room
would perhaps brighten
it ip a bit and add to its
attractiveness. We have
an. exceptionally large
stock emtbracing, the ban
ners of the letding Col
leges it the country and
the prices are reasonalte
as you'll find anywhere
ranging front
35C to $5.00
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
eiu r A. G. _
(~~SPALDII G _
M~' & BROS oY,
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base' Bal, Foot Bal, IGof, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Oticial Impemenst for Trakad Field Sport,
Uitrmfotr altSorts. Spadig's Haidsomey
Itlastratrd Catalgearoa all sports cotaissno.
*ersarraugsaetins. Sediorit.-It'afre.
A. . SPALDING & BROS.
New York. Ohcago. St. Laus, Sa Francisco,
Mineapils, i>eavee. fufao.Syracuse, 'its-
br, Piladehiia, IBostn. Cincinati, Bolt-
tir, Was'tiliiuo, Kasas City, Clevelad,
New Orleans, Detroit. Mnteeal aaa.

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing ditor-PAUL. SCOT Mowoes
Bitsin Manager-C. E. WIvoTCA.
rcORs
Nes......-..... A.F.Rithie
Athletics......., illiamt F. Gradolph
Sportitng......Clarence E. Eldrige
Exchange.....I. John'Woanolu'
Music anditiDraa.....Roy D. Welch
NN'omen's Editor. .': J'tise Van Vooris
EDIORoIAL STAV'
J. W. MCandless Elmer C. Adams
John F. Wre Roet H. Clancy
NITlit CITOS
FlritS. Cody George H. Hoart
Chauncey Boucer B. G. R. Williunms
David1 1'. Stees~ o
tiRtPORR
L. C. Reid Lee A White
Raymond Viscer M..B. MHgh
A. L.. Hainline Roert Morisioer
L~oweltJ. Carr Donahd I,. Kinney
J. I. Prescott
BUSINESS STAP
Johtn . Wur Carl H. Adam
H arold P. Gould
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: 1-2 p. on, 7-8 p. i.,
daily, except Suttday. Both phones,
96"
tVRlllIAY N(IVE'sf BljIiS.107
\Ilsn 'tltau aitsids idtiilfetrs ntt
t ispress thsmi-tin i isrlk taic
nicof\W'its thieaapipilesto be
a Ifacul ty n wromthsi iesudenteodet
ias cometoitrteonizre ,astie of its
fis stu 'asbtitnsg siceec il al thtat
le saystheit iis stillioec notahe.
The1 reak fPofessr Ijfigee at
the itass meieting 1lastight caly fall
udrtiis desciptitn.ittyi.blthotiiugi
sugstiotts tlit iare pottet in tir~i
1power 'fotr tgood. 'le Possiilities itf
tse 'irlss_-\ietsiig'' se stiey uttnsat-
le-llo. hilite it is its dangsers in thei
si pii da t tmes cpss olt i
ti th eigultedi a sssembilieic,.yettose
ages, t's iic stpto ciisiideir wh'y anuit
whtr sie so'ari'. atitlsiit is s'uefroissiii
t Its'esvry mtchtimst lsinise. As
a tunivrsit itiiilie teare is et cx-
trmteiyitunorgainizeid. W' tre noit ,'et
yetstotlittlesdeeloed nt swlecniit
idotis aise in asismosec orlIss ichtoat
state it is 'itftentapiltoibehrsittmesshatitrae
adil-cnsidered. Nuts'the tmassmeet
in sitsnuoecasionsal facttesoil foe the
tin' ittttwi sle tr for ay'tuiversiy
spiit, titghi easly ts jstify its ittjectioni
inttissoittepublic sstemi. iiOf ttourse ito
Isuichtastssemblytcan atins' outioifltes
' tiwitulihayst't araige forti tisnd las'
pliat. Sti lotng s eerythitng toss not
tontuoIthtti Enttly f couirse pubtli
,stiop inincouldl ino te fsrntetl by swhole-

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stle t situtcttmetings,tntrestiotili it te,
lit te pubttlic mnidttcouldt te giecomuche
footd forte flecion, ntl mutcluabtltie
suiggestiton. Finatlin i this is in eer-
tigelse, tll inititdsepndsilitithe wayI
ini is iict the menchsotomtake tilt the uni-
veresity bottty take te assembstlies; if ina
senibltte, we'll-aancd, tactihle say,
lieu thir.ci objecit woslse half accom-
plisdbutIittif it the spirt iof the rah-
ruh" tilitie, they'woulstd Ie foretooned
t faurtesblip'tesvey unforunate col-
di itin iictiiiheysosuighstt remdy. At
anyyrae, the -sggestini of last ight is
wothtinkiliint btiiit.anti its tmakee
shouttldtiavttinste geatittdc for t.
Te monemesnct stggset iiestr-
itties 1) ilytoiilit'v'e.uootes git ottto the
hieltinetwteek sindslrosttifin te stascu
teseves thei supsiprtr of eeylocytl Nlic-
igac antsit. O1 ste the Pennsy rettles
hase throniigesd te blacers ittiFrttklit
Fieitdito lieiutbse off n tr 5o0. As
a ressusti thet'patriotism ndaiilutck of the
Quiakeers is sing cextolledto Sthlbsskies
lip estrti sries. A Pritcetntsadt
st Wisconusit. i, is the tile fite the bad
Itl lettd aiIschstof ettotes otito te
peactices lbeforet'critictit gaies. bMich-
igan, sillth eegeatstlticiptrestige,
hoiatt the lhatmnusttalosisshesef tt
lit outdoneitcby)te rivali. 'Micitgat has
had asi higher epeeutation fetetrite ah-
litteiispisithalihstsPesn. ie Wo-
verinlesshisslt herishs eepyidea tat
ksepis teminsite foefront. Coise-
qtueiietynet swek ithe erootes soldtt
iuntt'llFerryii ies' lii eil sass.
IDespite theIfat tat it ws ass nttncer"
ssthtit chilsreeii twou l e admtitted ts
thes'im'ass mstinlg ltst eeninugenoutgt
escaetideithe vigilasne of tie satcr
ts maiskeIU'itisersity'al re-ehlith til
feerocitus hosttlsif"lut" itermientglel
sitillspsases of hatntd-lapingandtuthlst
sttminlg' of feet.
1.. C. Hl, WINS ALEllTIC.
HlONORtS AT' OXFORDt) MEET''
tLtawr'en ' C. 1hutll, ishts tolsiste
Rhtodses schlarship tiOfxfoid uer-
sit Isoerte sats isf M\icigan,.wonsa
triplse victosy sitsNit. itinte fresh-
iuet's soties. lie madtte three fists, sitsi
hihjm ihgfeet 3 iches, te so-
put sit.11 feet aincts, tanditt'e qssr-
tee-mileunt' stii j2 -secititis.
IHull geaduiatcsd iT906 fonts te lit-
eraeysdsertet ofthe liii erustiy, tutd
st st'he tiele sonlte scolarhtip vtas
a jutnisse aw. tie was presideit sof the
Athlt'ic Asscittioni, aitel sas pessinttit
int litafftairs f te ,Miciganioniiti.
Ii \Mll,TI)N CGi1t'lORA'TO(RS
'11 (CfIllPF'l'GS\TURDtlAY
Prl'eimitinarits ii the I Hamiiltosn fra-
torical Contest swiilie eisoldiin Roomtt B.
of tie lsw-bulintg, sexi Stuttray ight.
OIf te tireeit sisecehes stbmitteds, the
rfoloswinsg si;sere ajiugei higiest in
rthought ttndi eciompositiotn: W. . Clark.
StepentDwtsney, S. A. ,ouard, D. R
'hripilsetie,.Y. H. Reyolds, W~. R.
r Nhlsit atid W. l. Latndmnan. Te win-
ee io tie cotest Ibetweitthese mtest
still rresent -Michigtan at te Haiiiltoin
Ctst hedt tt Cicgo ssmtimlie in
J1anutary.

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FACLTY 'MEN TALKj
(N HONOR SYSTEMi1
(tnuiaed from Paget One.)
preentl sttudents dolott seemito 1ble
willingtgo50uint hemselvstin si positioni
whiere thteytire bsountd to spy upontiri
classmates."
Prof. P1M. P. Tiley :'I am licartils'
in las-or. of the hnonor systemt as it is in
itut ins'y alma mater, tine University
of Virginia. There it nastbeien 15sue-
cessfsul operationi ever sinceste founding
of the nuniversity in 1826. ists ii5ck
more satisfactory t studenlts to feel thait
thcy are treatesi honorably rthltethni
as ssgspects. It should, howevecr, bte stat-
et thast t1tie tonor systemnt etittmruchi
mnore easily itiroduced aind suiccessfully
mtainttainin t a smaller schtool thatutini
a uivieresiyshe sire sof Michigait.'There
tee ieree a great disversity ouf elemuents.
For this retisoit, I thisnksthtat the ititia-
tive ints tmattel' sho~uld icoesu'fesom tte
studsentis-'

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This is the time of the year to
think of
Sweaters,
Foot Balls
and
Gymnasium
supplies
.For years we have .so~d .
the bnest mnakes in Sweateris,
Gymnasium supplies, Foot
Halls at~d Sportling Goods.
Everybody knows our
prices are right..

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(lbnztc ant' Mrama
Pies. Gets. B. Rhecad tutudsMr. Saisnutel
P. Lockwsoodu opented last night's Fase-
ttis euncert switht a tewstosnatat byan
Italiant one lRossi. 'Tke teundesncy to-
ward the spectascihultin e soniata cotum-
pels itlerestiand attention if s ot decper
aippreciatiotn.'hius "spectaculasr" is tine
ressul sf the cominsationi of sweepiung
meisloudies tutu contrastedi harmnsiuies.
"Color" is thur sordi often loosely ap~-*
plied. It idicates varyinig rythums. cost-
trasts eof tmpeo std shading, shiftitug of
lie register inichs'iiiithuc mselody is takens,
andt miorest sriking, 11111 chordis anthcli-
mnax. Attention wsat rani to these
things by Rotsosi, ibut to litle else, at
least in tine first muivemnt. Th thesc
sserectofloiud hto he staple. Blotches
of colorsdhonithmsake a painting.
The treatmlent tile sonsata received ws
cithirely ssatisfacntory. PMn. L.ockwsuood's
toses' susuen'dtichclearasitun teunssmble.
tpinghue anudi Prs. Rheadharec epl-
ionuilly- synmpathietic.
PMes. Rhesus "Aulfschttg" wsl
ratsheistooIfast. She coldti lumsake till
of it clesar at the temtpo takens. Pushill
thse "hisrt "Nightiungahe," sa trick piec,
eevmnole caesoeouti clear tash decisie.
The needless ansd udifficult trill asthue endu
wsavuaed in stuckhsi wilyas io less's
550 questionlastoha Prs. Rhiead's techunicail
proficiency. kTe sdaring octaso of te
Plar*ioeli Etutde sersedi to exercise
fu~rthetr a biiliasni auss comupetent teehi-
Piss Leila Farliinsasig aii ants fromu
"Carmeni" stuidh.Mr. Hlatsnd a settinsg
us ;MathtlestArnuold's "'Tristram tunds
Iseulht." PMr. tHoswlansdlimpresscs his
sudliesnse consitnully swithinisuin sstinctiv'e
drainatis'aind isutesise econceptions. Ptiss
iarliun asud Pin. Holossdh s an sg thurce
dhirst at thin close osf tile. concet.
Theicseconids \'\ouitas's Leaguse groiut
soill estertaisi btoa te a idasunciing'party
tfront 4 tobip. tt. its Barbiouir Gyrnuna-
isituin,usder thec tirectionus of _Puss Sophie
Stroluiteyt r.

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Foot Balls $1.00 to $5.00
Wahr's
University Hookotore.

Michigan Pennants,
Pillow Tops and
Banners
The best unaterial, best
workmnanship, best tde-
sigiss and
Best Money Value
If you don't believe it,
just go ho the trouble to
tnv estigate.
After you have clone this
yon will buy at just one
place and that's at
Lyftdon's
19NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
Zportino 0006.
121 BAST LIBERTY STREETj
GhafinqDishes
A huagseIluree hisS disit with
spueciat entamueled fond disk ed
thiitipsutti hu la ii'eh
st Stsvshus' $6.00.
W.M. ARNOLD, Jewler

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IDUY7 nT.uQJ~~
L~ ~1JA5 EACHIF
N~WRW O CW~ aD EWW
WD i pEWG a D pI RIE ON CLUB PUR-
TFHE U o OFU[goJCDciFP SWOE.~

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Gadski
On Mtonday evening
Novemnber ii, an oppor-
tunity will be given the
Ann Arbor public to hear
one of the greatest prima
donnas on the concert
platform. By getting a
s ea s on Choral Union
Ticket s u ch stars a s
Gadski, Schumann-
H e ink, Ed. Johnson,
Rider-Kelsey, etc., can
be heard- at the rate of
30 cents each.
Season tickets - $3.00
Single concert - - 1.00

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Cbe !Btuaents' 9lecture 1ssociation
Season 1907-1908

SECOND NUM'BER
MR. JOHN GRAHAM BROOKS
President American Social Science Asocoiation
Frida y Evenlzj, Nov. 8, 1907, 8:15 P. M.-
VVr-sl~ty "06.1

Tickets for Entire Course - -
Tickets Reserved for Entire Course -
Single Admission Tickets - - -

$2.00
.50
.50

S. L. A. Office, Main Corridor, University Hall
Treasurer's Hours, 410to6 daily, Saturday excepted.
Michigan State Telephone-Office, U. of M. Exchange, 68.

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121 WashIngton F. The Randall Studio, Randall & Pack, Props.

Phone 598

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