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t H EC!Y~A 3AL

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G. H. Wild Companly
._ , .._ -T m Jaugest tock -'
in the City
of
Exclusive Styles i
WOOLENS
For Gentlemfen's Wear
Everything required for Suits,
Overcoats, Fancy Vestings, and
Trouserings, and of high'1las
fabrics and special styles.
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
G. LI, Wild Compally
311 South State Street
Some
New
Banners
For your
Room
would perhapso brighten
it p a it and add tic its
attractiveness. We has"'
an excettionally large
stock embracing the an
hers of the leading Cl
leges in the country and
the prices are reasonable
as you'll find anywhere
ranging from
35C to $5.00
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
SPALDING<?
& BROS. R
The Largest 'Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base. Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Offcal Imletennts for Track and Field Sprts
Uniformsesftr all Sport. Spaldig', Handsomely
Illstraed Cataoe ofe all sports contains n-
semos,'ssseesine. Sed tr it.-It' ree.
ew A.60 SPALDINO & BROS.
NwYork, ChIceago, St. Loasi, Sn Francisco,
Mitnneas't, Denver, Buffalo, Syracuse. Pitt-
burg, Phladelpa, Bste, Cinciunati, 13aiti
more, Washington, Kansas City, Cleeand,
New Orleans, Detroit, Montreal, Canada.

THE MICHWGAN DAILY.
Macaging Edior.-Pnult SCOT Mown.
Business Mnger-'C. E. WrxEtA.
News..................A. F. Ritchie
Athletics....William F. "Gradoph
Sporting. ..Clarence E. .Eldridge
Exchiange.H...I. Jon Wambold
Music andi Drana.....Roy D. Welch
\Women's Editor.... Louise Van Voorhis
nEDTRIAt TAttr
J. W. McCandless Elmer C. Adams
John F. Wre Robert H. Clancy
D a i . Seveson csc
NIGHT rEITOS
Hiram S. Cody George H. Hobart
Chauncey Bocher B. G. R. Williams
tREORTERS
L. C, Reid Lee A White
Raymond Vissher M. B. McHugh
A. L. Mainline Robert Mountier
Loss-cl J. Care Donald L. Kinney
J II. Prescott
BUINES STAFF
John F. Wre Carl H. Adam
Harold . Gould
Address: MICHIGAN DAstIY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: I- p. i., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
SY1''tRllXY NUVIr,1lIIER 9, 107.
"'Te Socialist Calenge to Modern
Socicy'' will, we propesy, tproe to)
cisvelbencie ofth1echigh saermars
ofthis years lictuire corse. It isa
tttttstittocih terUMr. Irooksipersotalit
wsas nott as geat ct cotribuotio to its
succ es thriceessge itself. GEmplo-
ig ntoe of the we ar smce arts ofthe1cc
prfessittttal rttor tttdlicdulgigin noi
apelstte gltiieisticeiapiwarideto i
his aditos is othig ttoe ncti'less
thtn a etultuct ge ticemancersly cis
iusigteirttilemcsoftetimse scwills
tisfied Iisettnvesatitona~l syle,
eviettly kntewshatieowas tlkitg
hittathitnce tia stltect wshict i le
plaitlysittereccitnctitcc'hi ae rederel
titty d l. lie let all si ic rsscii
wh'lichtis ture trtra'cinc iof ci stog cand
Attie-sate timie, Pi. lirtossmatic
whic itoucgtt tttt ttantt)ocasicin, lecst
of tll inthIe iresenct period of otir his-
tey, tiitoiedlteoctuiteresing ticsny
olettiiancctotr swocacnc. Ctverig oer'
tealtriheiisamte hi-ltt tf facts s thaul
tttleiktouhe y etrIr ctcly sttmce sweeks
ago, hetasttreacedcta ery scmilr cocs-
elso.-ht toe cexigecesoftthlie
timie caiii ftrth ie very highest ancdlmciti
sel-siteecicig strt oittcs-othccpcite e
ofttolegicmcn. A ieeeGttvernoc ttrInclydeodhisltohehaowct y
itliticti ctrrupctitnccccaicc), te seakrt'
cat ightcatttrtacedrthccsiionlttcfectim
its indctsriatl aset. Acmerica as ci te-
rbe'oxampcc t th ~e ncatinscth ~e sorlct
tt' actcouttcc he ccalrmcicggrowocf
cmonoplytwascothdc bucrenc of iis toght

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The comccpeitie sstenm approaches its
tour of fial trial, and if the plan of
reguclacicoas mcapedilocui ly Ithe Chief
Executive fails either because of our
indifferenice or that of our neighbors, or
becase of its inherent impossiility, 'so-
cialism is the cily alternative. Is it
theic lie itrsrial ultinate' The as-
trepietcds" upon the way in which
t1cr Aiceriicalpeople respocd in the cart
qicarter centry to the last effort of the
great Presidecnt in behalf of the con-
peitive systemc. The future is an open
bttot, cacid it remcais to lie uman of the
hotucrtsswrite icc i as Ie wil.
ADE;I,PII'S WILt, HOLD
ANNUAL, BANQUET TONIGHT
'lie lifietli acnciversary of the foccda-
ltin of ie Adelephi literary society will
ie celebrated tonight with itaaquet at
Macccl's 'lea Roonm.
Duorincg the last half century lte or-
gancizcationchas hacd ain icterrpted ex-
isecnce acd actuinustcclly large tnumer
f formrtan cd atie mcmelar will e
present. The folowicg progranm has
teentraniged:
.'cToasmastr-C. E. Marquart.
Our Aniversary-Pres. E. G. Pller.
'Thec Witches Caldron-A. J. Abbott
Wise acd Otherwise-H. J. Kelley.
A Scdent's Dreaim-C. C. Becker.
Idel cirfscitiLit-E:.1. Chaffe.
AC-ed:t What of tHer ?-C. J. Ag-
ILlLINOIlS MEN TO GATHER
IN NICHOLS HALL 'TONIGHT1
Ilinotis socgs anci yells swill form one
tf tiechciief features icc the clb's stioker
ttinight. The coccictitee chosoade r-
rancgemients for some special muscic of
ac lively character. All Illicois sttdeccts
whctchae had ccc choicer to ciy tickets
itta' cbtinthIlemcaathl cecxlmeeting
or ati cie dor of Nichols Hall. The
ncx meeicg ccf the dltwill le held
hic aftericooni at i o'clock iii Rootm C,
Uiviersiy IHLl, uciless otherwise ac-
ncicited.
COINSUL TO GREECE GIVES
ILLUSTRATED TALK TONIGHT'
Or. George Hortoc, coccsul geceral to
Greece, will lecture ccc "Life icc Modern
Greece" at eight this eecicg icc Sarah
Caswell Aingell ball.
M1r. Hortonc is act alucmnuccs of the class
of '78. e was appoicted to his pres-
ccci ptosiiocn by residect Cleveland. He
is liecauttor of several books dealing
with ce Greeks, amocncg Ithecmi"Icc Argo-
is," "Like Acoher Helec," acd "The
Monkl's ''reascrr."
'Tie lecture will tsr illustrated swih
lacnterci slides. Admcissioci is free.
GO~LF TOURNAMENT TO BE
HELD THIS AFTERNOON
'lhe Acnn Arbor Golf ctab will hold
its fll hacdicap tocriamenit iis after-
cnon, commccecig at 1:3. 'lhe tour-
namcent is opeci to tll cemelrrsacd each
is urged to participate. The handicaps
will 1cracnoucced ly the tocrcacmect
commicitee at the links.

NEWS OF THE MEDICS. -
Dr. William P. Harlow, graduate of
the' nmdical depalrtment, has been circled
dean of the medical faculty cof the Uni-
versity of Colorado.
Dr. E. C. 'Green, 'o3m, and forcmerly
a member of the dermatological staff,. is
a hospital visitor. Dr. Green holds a
prominent positiosi in the_ Pontiac asy-
1um.
A. C. McCuirdy, a secnior medic, cas
been appointed by Professor Fetersonc to
filit the position on rice gyicecoiogictal
staff mcade vacanstlay the withdrawal oif
Mr. Gregory f roes college.
Clarencce Probart, a secnioir medic, hs
bceecn appointed studecit representativte
for the "Phcysiciacs and Surgeon"cisc
leadiccg publication oif tse medical de-
partmcent:
'Thle gycecological stagf has forcmed a
permacnentlreorganizationc andotill omeet
every three wveeks for a cliniecalcncc-
ferece. Thce followincg program coit-
miitteelaos btens selected t J. F. ILoudecn,
J. 1). Heilger. acid A. F. Eastmnc.
A large cnuccber of papers were read
before the hospital clicnical society at a
mieeinig held last nighticn cclie Falcier
ward. Cases were iresentled lay Fro-
lessors Petersoti, Barrel, Cowtie, Docl,
andc Doctors Loree acid Zwaluwenbuarg.

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Dr. Reicben Petersocienitertaioed lice
post-graduate andsctsudeint mcembers of
lice gycecological staff lst Tuesday
tight at his costarocccHill street. Ducr-
ing the evecing he outlicned thce hcopital
work for thce year. Refreshmntns tere
served.
The smarriage of Dr. Roger S. Morris,
'02111, to Mrs. Mary B. ECrter, of Balti-
mocre, occutrred several weeks ago. Dr.
Morris woas fornmerly onstructor in thceory
ancd practice under Prof. Dock. It 1905
ice was givecn a chcair icc lie johnts lids-
kicns mcedical school.
Thce communt~iicationi of "'The Kncker"
in accswer to THPt DAiR's story onc thsc
honor s)'stecchais aroused mche comi-
menit inc lie cdepartnment, especially
amiociglice seniors, where its workicigs
seem ideal. The geiceral opicnioci is that
lice commcctatilon, if writtecibyhayi
medic, was a iroducet of onr of the
lower classes, icc whirlh a large numbccler
of menc cave cccl as yet becocme ficlly
recociled to the system.
Every cablanad carriage brood sect.
FPcocne for traict or party. Baggage
transfer. Wattles' Livery, 114 North
State street. 41-43
TEA CUP INN withlhbc opeic M~ocday
evencing after the Choral Usciocn con-
cert. 4r-42
LOST-Gold ncecklace, tthree peodant
slug pearls; betweecs gymnasiunt or
chcecaical buildintg cadSothcDivisions.
Rewvarid if returtnecd to Daily office. 41

This is the time of the year to
think of
Sweaters,
Foot Balls
and
Gymnasium
supplies
For years we have sold
the best makes itt Sweaters,
Gymnasium supplies, Foot
Balls atd Sporting Goods.
Everybody knows our
prices are right.
Foot Balls $1.00 to $5.00
Wahr's
University Bookstore
C. EBARJN[LL
Law
Medical
Dental
Books
New and Secondhand
Largest Stock in Michigan
Text=Books
Dictionaries
Quiz Compends
C. E. BARTHELL
Tel 761. 326 S. State S.
ChafingDishes
A large three pint dish with
special esameled ood dish and 3
the improved lanmp. Te bi-
getvl vcc'$6.00.
WM. ARNOLD, Jewler

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A drivincg and putticng contest will also Gym suits acnd shoes. Wagner & Co.,
he hceltd. State St.. Signt of lice big white soeo.

.egLUY7 EVTFEAC
UadR O aW ADFaEW
SEALSMADE F GVR NMET ORML

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Gadski
On Monday evening
November ti, 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
season 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.

Zbe !Btubcnts' lecture Issoci ati on
Season 1907-1908
SECOND NU'IBER
MR. JOHN GRAHAM BROOKS
President American Social Science Association
Fri-day Everlg, Nov. 8, 1907, 8:15 P. M.
Vralv.,slty Hse.15

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