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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _'._' T ..M -__

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G.11. Wild Comlpally
The Largest Stock
in the City
of
Exclusive Styles i
WOOLENS
For Gentlemen's Wear
E!verything required for Suits
Overcoats, Fancy V estigs, and
Trouserings, and of high cias
fabrics and special stle.
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
0.1. Wild Colpally
31 South State Sreet
ROOKS
Save half your money and buy
Secondhand Books at
Ztubcnte,16oohtore
University Tet-'Books for all
Departments.
Drawing Instruments for En.
gineering Students.
We carry a I the best makes
recommended by the prsfssors.
Our prices always the lowest.
10cotcat f60of s, tatatonc"2
anb c Stuinfs',Suplies
SHEEHIAN'S LADR FOtNTAIN PEN
The Best $1.00 Pen In the World
SH1EEH1AN & CO.
ST~ATE STET.
SPALDIN'S
,d OFFIIAL FOOTBALL GUID?
- Cntainina the New tles
Witi full page eplnatry
pituetis'. EiXits'sby Wtter
Camsp. Te arget "isot-
ball Guie r pblised.
Fulloftotal inisorsaionis.
reviews. forecstt, sedes. apoeitais, rcc-
tds, pitures of oser.tosplayer-. Prien10c.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New Yok tChiciag, St. Louis. SnFcsco
Misneapls, lDenser. htiao. Syracuse. its
burg. PhladelpitiaiBosont. Cicinatui. Bati-
mise. . .Sendlyyosr name andgettatfree'
copy of te Spalding Fl at intlter Siorts
Caalga. cotaiing picure otid pries of
all the nrw seasotabte atbletic foosd.-

THE MICHi-JAN DAILY.
Miatagitg CLdlo-l.A1t SCO t NOss sil
Bt rillit oogct C I'. 1 5-ti iii
Xcix>.... .A. F. Ritchi
Athleltics...WilliotmsF. Grcolphtl
Sportitng.....lacttcRC.Elidctge
Exchlanige..I.... Jlie Wambolt
itltii.' and1 l-ates..,. Roe 1. Wet'lct
\s'cstctt's Editor..Lotuis VaiVoorit'si
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. WireIHarry Hill
Carl IH. Adam
FRIDANY, SEPTEMiB~ER 27. 1107.
THEii-S. .. A .5DTECRL N i ii;ctia.IO\i,
pltisantltcexciittgbuslertatteinthe i
openiingofItlitULittrsity fr tiiiflst
sctasoilof11907-1908 foe the Stdects'
Li-ttretstiscittit ntheiiiCrlii
Unon t Fu.esw eveni amtiogtie l derst-i
idents. spropely relic thegretoppolisr-
tost> iie 'geatiNvorstihalit t1e1-7aties
an avec biet dintg for ttc Uiives-u
sty Ne'ithecc as ai rulei-ltck adqtle
lil~eia .Splirtiyetit i othtiwhlilt
11111wttilcthilrstuses ari e ieittntg
issued 11c tll'oit-tltsefo a wod f iitttcit-
11111. Ni tholer agecie->brinitg t Arm
Aroini a i silicsesntlitherrayof
lulntthat doitee. Nitheriis-cgncises,
'ipotutitiit-.of griwt-lthatiaire-afforcd-
ed hm ylix leiichinise- os- it itig t lh -
'ilfomthm.Te Studets-t' b-shius-
Noxiociatittianthetilt oralisUci on ttarie
really is pefringttt ithe ecueancttslor
tutu giling ticitronis th advctaitige
ofi fticignlIt i.trvaidlofpersnalcii otct
plt- of tettiimts. Ficcbthtth leaxtsn
,htsit auici iiosad it ied o 11
thei intis iasttttic- -ilt1 tprecities uclp
cort oflihi-studsiettbocdy, wth11111thiy
are- :rin-tg. t sutheof ttciiIts Lst
yetrill Iitthi lc-tadi-btonoraleichitoc.
teuttilii-o f le wishxle f fthupe
-ilxstcii. lit to s-ticntintg iof t'
ptotest ofiii st I).xml,x.tetillsdet-citass-
m1n areics- nctiniiint heIic-it 'datrc'devil''
ssgult,. lxDIsisde ll itisconinictig.)
co1,1cof1cc-lsquadtiocfinotimrtit anis
till-imaniandifitcing abiroiatfer anfut-i
tille ilht ito o is Ic-te p.totus ebiddic-c. li
Thereil catlt-etoicphases.of tchiclpc-ma-
turity11ofis-lrhlottercivittiolich
fori hoth11n111lai-tse, havtise (Itlf ii-
cesits tt~oitict. H-aii-cttig his-ben
abnoeitirely adilfis thle11p1asttwo
vette sptitghtie attemts ocifth
ws-It deigrec- le cr icrys- i'beI ilg etic
As yet ino d ctt lttas hintitate to
abolisittie antul fitshsiopiruixh. tut

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wes-ciecrely lhope one siillle imae-
ftr with te rush wosutls pas or of
Mihueigan's thdst tatd tmost echerishedr
custosist. But if the cunderclasses per-
xi it iaig he affair as shamefully
it> ittasects the ctase the lass two years
--tutd especiall- tix year-tscct an at-
temptsiswould st tprove a big surprise.
'Tixslprobaly dosnostltappeal t10tl-
hott-h'teae sohlomore. Bit as a repre-
sentalitvesc imembler iif ue riio class aut
lisi night, it is sit the tort whto were
in tce thick is1 the ight last year who
tre stringthinsitxo15, butthe fellows
silto sere cotet tslesdisiterested
speettorxsehile their own l casiax re-
civinlg isinitiationit.
''Tihe itet trst'gittheir> good anid
plentuy' ix frehmen,"i.'saidi le, "tre will'
lng ttewaitintil a sitttbleti eu'to opieti
hosxtilities:; ut te cotardsxtwho hid
titnser Ithe blatst year swant t shows
hat 1they tre sophomcnors Iy clbbitg
togeherandthainitg the firs-ytar ac."
Andilsolseivttionssi howsuthe iruia of
his> stteet. Few,'.if ticy, ofiiitsyelr's
tpointitclfrcsiien tre tmixedcin i
ts-etnightly fres-sphi lburleqes.
W\e hatie atilalst diisovered the retsn
lie "l'ip" Batll's resigataiotsfront the
plice foice. After "Fusser' Clark-
sclo xii> ies> tgett for the famosi
sleiitlhotundcf-left college.IHarri;oi P.
(othtit "Tip's" rigt ame) starred
ini seeril hricieexlotsiwitottrecei-
log thei ixsttl pblliciy. "Tip, lroket-
ietedi alndillIdownt-cas, imialttel et-
Ililt1111>is t>asntinitg ts cross'aotlin
ter' cclitttesl Nutritionitcli. oists'of
our1 bt A tlitArbo.bttesing houses hatves
lit-cit>0es f edlssexpettrientattitio.
Stop lii, l clise : the fresmisa girl]I
'flipCsmopolititan clb Of te Ui-
erily is lpreainctg atiniformaldreep-
tin for Satrdacy cs-ciing, at their ne
ii teat307 NorthitaScte street,tsswhich
tll f le foreignistetistatre crinally
iitedci. The chili a arecds'twelve
tapptlfictns frmhforeignt stdettxsthi>
tre t beccmt c ess'w tcme ibers this sear,
itici sertlallthes tre still sitstheir
ity hi' ees, fecotm the Ftar ast. Amng
tliii (ifteecntmemetrs i nowt us'iithe toise.
Duing the ptsummtiater the Ypslati
opierai houtsehasixbeets remiodeledl atdtre-
decc'tettd,. imtkitg i cie iii lharmost
comltecocle ight stacd theaters iite
state. Th'leflst clege play cfthe year
sill bei prodcledithis eenig,svwhen
Mil Florencee Gear wilt atpear itt "Ci-
pid as Vastar," t atiseical drana dealitg
withi a college girl'> life t Vissar.
NOTIC.
WXithi tdayu's issueethe free dstfsribi-
tino ftalers still cease. Comnplaints
of an ind, h ts),irecesie attetioti. must
le regiseredilat the lbusiness office No.
8, Pess Blg. -Mayarlstreet. Ciange
of adrless titist le setutheare. Phote
o. HIus, s ttfi itnd 7 to 8 daily.
tlCarlesc. Witstead, 'Manager.

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WILL KEEP CLOSE WATCH
ON LIBRARY VOLUMES1
The system of free access to all books
in the late library has beets permanently
established atnd certain changes made
in itse library during the umme, to
improce" the system.
Last year the studeuts of the depart-
mcint were gien free access to all ooks
fore useirst titme. During the summer
esery hook was marked with the Ui-
versity stamp and a permanent desk
built ear the door of the library for the
attetdantinit order tha closer guard of
the tooks may be kept. All the text-
books have been placed in one ase so
they cant easily e reachedt by the st-
denuts.
The faculty msembuhes, in the future
till do their research work its the large
room of the lirary, svhere desks hae
beeti arratugedl for them.
SOC IOLOGY CLUB EXTENDS
FIELD OF ACTIVITIES
The Sociology cub is oce more mak-
ing extrnsive preparations for the con-
ing year. These plans are as yet quite
indtefinite. The work sll1 te continued
alotgmactuh le same lin as heretofore,
tutu it is hopedl that a greater numsber
mtay be reached. The Deroit sork will
also he cotsiderably extendth lis year
It is the inteniont of the club to etgage
lecturers of tnote from time Io tine to
assist its carrying ot the work.
The officers for the coming year are
as folloss: President, H. I,. Barkdll,
'o; sic-president G. T. Hines, 'sl;
secretary. Miss Ella B. Mills, '8;
treasurer, Miiss Mariani A. Bills, 'o.
sq es-etusees aJUaguI.
Fr'ank Bush, 'oe, ai nember of the
Trigons club, wirenhed his left akle
Thursday afternoon its jumping a ditch
at Washtenaw oust South University
avenues. I cHeas racing switt the cli
mascot, "Dutch,' an English ull Ier-
rie. At first it sas thought that the
anke had ben badly sprainedu. Tec i-
juryturhnted ostbnot 10 ter serious, liows-
eser atd Bush till probabyte out its
a day or tswo.
TAIORifSHOe AIsnfu Bec FRisg
A slight coiflagrationi sccurredl at
Grey's tailor shop ott Forest aetute last
eeninug. The lire was easily extin-
guixhed by te use of chemicals and
onlys ti sigh loss resulted fron thle fire.
FRESHMEN? Sart right -buy
"Pturfeld's shoes-then you will always
be its style surf money ahead. tq S.
Main street. r-l
Since 188 we have made Watch Re-
paiinug one of our strongest features.
Haler's Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
street. od
Kollege Clothes for Kollege Men-
$fitou $so. Allenthe Clohier, Main
street. t-6
Fuse Laboratory Supple, buy where
your professors io. Goodyear's Drg
Sore. z-z2
. TI. Luttz, Alarm Clocks, $I.o. 205
East Watington.tft

Books
Why pay full prices?
GET THE DISCOUNT
We allow 2 per cent discount
on Drafting Supplies. _
10 per cent discount on Drafting
Instruments.
10 per cent discount on Univer-
sitv Text-Books.
We bosgt a large stok of
Secondhand
Law Books
and will Bell at underprices
Writing Paper by the Pound
20c 25 35
Wahr's Special
Fountain Pen, $1.00.
Every one is guaranteed
Make our stores your beadqutiters
Wahr's
Book Stores
Sceondi-hind books ogtSad sold
LYNDON
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
HEIADQUARTERS. Oil;
Kodaeks
Cameras
e~und
Photo
Supplies
AMETEFVR DEVNI.OPt; AND
PRINTING A SPECAiLTY
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
fportiWg foods
121 EASCf LIBERTY STREET
Arnold's Jewelry Stare
Alarm Clocks, $1.00
Waorranteduluttueyear."
MICHIGAN PINS . 25c Up
Alt Stelng Siler.
MICHIGAN FOBSS. - 25 Up
Mocs paterns o ct hose fruit.
IWn tuks a speiyoh tudeut'

It's only sk.Short Step
Zh e Place
Where
Materials of
Quality
.re Sold
Ixn fact, Everythim.j for the Stuzdan~t.
Suspplies of all~kinds.'
U. o M. CoMOop Store
the-Store with. the UBI* I Front

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Zhe 1UIniversty
!56001 otfIIMUSIC
PIANO
S INGING
VIOLIN
ORGAN
ELOCUTION AND
DRAMATIC ANT
PUBLIC SCHOOL MIETHODS
PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING
Call at the office, Maynard
Street, for full information

Cbe Studenits' ~lecture Dassociation
Season 1907-108
Premier Lecture Course of the W\Xest'
SOUSAS BAND Email J. Hirsch, D.D., LL.D.
John Temple Graves Dr. Win, J. Dawson (London)
Dr. Brander Matthews Leland T. Powers
Hon. John Barrett Opie Read
Gov. J. Frank Hanly (Ind.) Oratorical Contest
John Graham Brooks Open : Numbter
See "Prospectus" for dates and explanation of Open Nuiuber
S. L. A. Office, Main Corridor, University Hall
Treasure' Hoors, 4 In 6 daily, Saturday excepted.
MOM etzfor gnttre course, -
Secure your Season Tickets from student canvassers
or at S. L. A. Office.

1milE

,_I WashingtonE. RANDALL, THE P110 TOGR 4P tIER

Ph'one 598

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