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December 07, 1907 - Image 2

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'FE-MICIHGAN DAILY.
1G, H. Wild Co iply Managing 4dtt-nl CT ORR
I j Business Manager-C. E. WINSEs AD.

I'WR 3I!CW!OAW ATL'Y

The Largeit Stock
in the City
of
Exclusive Styles in
WOOLENS
For Gentlemlen's Wear
1 very thing required for Suits,
OveircoattstFancy Vestingi, and
Troeirng, and of high class
fabrie and special styles.
Full Dress Suits all
Specialty
G, h. Wild Companly
311 South State Street
Yo~n
Give
MI chigak n
C .1endars
tci yoiur friends anid be as-
'siredl that they, will, prove
acceptable gifts. The cal-
enidair all throughlis15a
beaiity far alieaed of aiiy
before made. It comes
'stiongly boxed at
50c each
AT
Sileelall & Co.
Student Bookstores
A. G.
pacllN 'S PAL DI1NG ( .P A'i
MAK & BROS. Rb
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Official Iplemients tor Track and Field Sports
Uniforms, for all Sporti. Spaldin's Handsomaely
Illustrated Caataueofalltspirtescntainssau-
moerosagesoan. Send oit.-It'sfree.
A. 0I. SPALDINtI & BROS. 4
New York. CIkisago, St. Leu, SacnlFrancicoi,
Minicepol', Denv er, liatralui.Syracaie, Pitts-
burg. Piladelphia,Btioe, Cincinnati, Balti-
ii1 ire. Wahigton, Kansas City, Cereland,
Now Oirleans, lDetroit. Montreal, Canada.

N\ess's........ ...A. F. Ritclhie
Ahletics.......David F. Stevenson
Rixelisge.I.:..ff. John Wanibold
Music and(]lDrama...Roy D. Welch
\Vomen's Editor. ... Louilc Van Voorhcis
EDITORIAL STAFF
J. W. McCandless Elmer C. Adams
3 oliei l \urz
IGBlT EDItTOS
Hiram S. Code George H. Hobart
Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymonid Visschier
L. C. Reid Lee A White
M, B3. Mliughi J. ff. Prescctt
A. L. Heinline Robert Mountsier
L~owell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
XValtjcr K. Toweers Louis Kraft
Lewis ''. Kiikvvi Robert Morelandl
Panl Grece' Samuilel H. Morris
Otto R Eigel Fred I?. Goodiing
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wurz Carl H. Adam
Hlaroldl P. Gould
Adidressi: MICHtInAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,j
;Maynar'd Street.
Manager's Hours : I-2 p. in., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones'
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cJAC It£L' 'iLRD1A i, l)tCl'ctItR , 1q07.
tLIReS TOSOCATES.
W e have heard with some interest a
floatitigecimoer which' has reference tos
the fiomatiotnOf' a phiiloisophical society.
A real organizations of some sort has
biecn needed for a long tinme to giv e a
meaterial basis for tie mythical society
eescribecd in the Calendar. Aside from
Ihis, a meetig place for the moire ad-
saliccect students of philosophy, where
sonic of the hard problems can hi'
threshed out, will hi very desirable in
a college where the philosophy depart-
';went is so strotig andt influential. It is
thev necessary seriousness, distinguishiing
it from all oilier groiups cof steidenits.
with or weithicutatty particular purpose,
which attracts us to the idea of a philo-
sophical society. A dlb working cuder
tisi namce is nohing if it is tot serious.
That the "simperitng sopht" should lie'
excludcedl will pass here withotit recon--
intcatioti. Scipport in the news enter-
prise' is due froticwhloever can offer it.
Ou1r four trolley' cars,. decked. out with
heir nesv signs "tepot" and "Univer-
ity'," base acnsnwonted mitropolitanc
civ. Weith tlhe iticrease of switter traffic,
lihe coneductoer of the systenm is ket
hiustling.j
Sheade's of AdaimiandI Rve ! Ouir girls
are ai'fec'ting lie eostnme' of Fiji islandi-
Ltall geoed "roeters" turdteeieCat dlii'
hbeniildance. admelpcii"pay the lifter."

MEtMBEtRS OF LAW FACULTY
WILL COyNTRIBUT TO 'CYC"
A nuttmber cif professors it the Issk
tetartmoent ee wrtiting articles to ap
pear il the "Cyc" a lass encyclopedia
loil'l stale f preparation.
This ook is being published at the,
rate of three volutes a year and repre'I
sculs a large task for the editors It is
the aim of the publishers to gve a con-I
plete tramnta of every sbjet in the
leo' withi reiesws aned citaions of ery
Etnglishi atnctAtmerican edecisint. 'Toa-
coniplishi this swork the vrsli di5ivisios{
ofth ilawiiihave beeti assigiel leedifer'
cnt authors triiighot the coutry' ihio
are cisidereed ailiiriis on ieesills
jecs.
Delecu itcliits cintelProfessors St-'
elctdilaind Godardl of the lose depart-
metiilhoe eaht repred a legty
treaise for the swirk. Tref. Sitner
latie wias seleceed lvi wrie on the stile
ject of "Practice andcl Pleading" Prof.
Gocddard's woerk is cpoti the sitbject of
tPrincipial ande Agent" and Deat chtt-i
is has ati equally inmorainetplse of
lie' Icew Ii)review.
'Tle three sbljects as writen 1l)y Ihe
Michligan ptrefessers iwill coer oer a
thiouianel liges iihe encyc'lopiei he
SOPHI MEICS Et.ECT
13;X SKTBAL M-ANAG;ER
R. C. Fogley sas eected baskeiball
iiiaeogev Cy te sloviomre'meicis at
lhieu'reguiar e'ti'ng yeseri'dayleiuli'ii
ig. 'fli(clcss lsoidelee dcltoputiihl~
offcsrs' pielires acecialas s rieiup
int the Micigatunsicii.
Dr. R. S. Cotelandc,tprfessor of ophil-
thalmoulgy i livecollege' of hiccieop
athy , aniclpresidenetCof Clii'Aiericat
l'oivoiativcssociation, has just re-
iiuiie'iffromoeChiccgo. 'eWhile ii thict
ciy le addiresseidte Cicagco I oinee-
ptti'.'societi y' cii '"Wha is llcoeiop
Prf. '. A Nlesey'ias beeinvliiiee
o accomaiy a boariofis ecteors ii
thieirvisictctistle' mie'iclcoevllege" of
Ohui.'T'he'boaricion esits o ccf esescta'
ives if bohi lit'egular ai loccao
.5i"'t.A -NUS Tii uicie: R crEciDicsc'.
i'Ile Alpha Nii lierary sociey' will
hlit s regulcrmieting ii the chle
roomiitvv Sacteucierdacy'evenitng, 1Decc.7. 'The
followsinig' peiogiamleis ibeei i"reci'e':
Yiellowsecetd lBlue.
PianioiSoll-tC'rl IH. 'Adamt.
tEscay (subecelttnouncedeclate) -.'
WX. Duntcan.
Recig-l. A. Wright.
'flk, 'ilie College Bred Mauiatd the
Reception le World Gives Hicit-'T. .
Sitne.
Oratioin, 'TiiiPaynie-P.R. 'Tritle-
hoern.
'Talk 'liie IHage 'l'iliiial-.lfred
Miller.
BDeaee.Resolved thailth ericipesc
of initictive aid referetidutit shuldili e'
adcoted ly the states. Aftri ciise, L. L..
Brysone.fHacrry'sether inegai e' . 3.3
Devos.WV. .Latte.
tCoirnteSol-'I. DtletSatoer.
Aiiei Aro-1Everybliiey.

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POORB C1111 tREN7 1,RCElVE
DOfLL.S FROM XY.X. C. A. f;RLS
Eacrly Cristmas cuuriy wocrk ics
hcetn stried tinier the auspices of ifhc
Younug Woen's Christian association,
menibers of which ha e commnintced
dressing dolls for the poor childent of
Ana Arbor, especially those in the ho'
pitals. rvery Saturday afternoon from
lose until Crisfas there will le a social
gaiheritag of the girls at Ness-berry' Hall,
sw'ence chi girl siill lritg ler oll cud
sewinig. It is hopeted that ithe nittiber
f_ dlls elioaedl sill le aot ffy for
ithirty' crei'now'promise. 'h'hey iill ee
ecxhiiedl abioiut Dec. i. i1lis'. Gertrude
Smuih, eril eiay' le foititilat Nessberry
IHel, is i chargeof the sw'ork.
Anotheui.r iiwor:reentily' undertakeneuly
lie girls of the X. W. C. A. is the
mainieg of soml~e Jopiiiese piiitIcalen
dacrs. 'fle swork hlice'.leniedeibly
Misses Grei Ieitischu aiilRuth Gate-'
PiRO F. IRXSTRtI if.ITC'tRE?
ON SOUITHl'I .MIRCAN SCENS
' hIl, ve t be legiveii by Prof. Jaties
11. Brewst5er io '' "Suthi .Xmericne
Seces" atiScarahCu asEwell An~gl tll.
hDe. 0.oceCtSIp. mi.. i.for theenIefait
iftihe Lacdies' lirary' aiilthe.Amtt A'riir
brichielifcithe Associaioni citCillegiteu
Alnuuua. 'he lecture wilIe illstraed
bC iviewes tal'n. urig ro. Bresster's
reenltip,
'feLueslte ibrary u-e'.itsmoeutuotuy i
pluivchicas'eis aidthicAssocicuati of
tiollegiacie luenui si shes to rise
mioiey' furr iue. scelaorsis. Fie of
itese cciie 'lrealiy been givecii loejuniior
orv sniedr girls f iarkeel alaitiy enii
wo afi ire iiciieel of fiyllsalilcrs tocom-.i
tlete lte ecr.ThIle mioey is returnied
sooncc after rauateiinshei it is agci
givenc Cto icassis eatrthy suenets.
CNX .XI->XIIC I.l
Rcosc'iivShoielil Burto, tmetber cof
the'. lcw- class of i1908, isas edris'tedila
tBase lue,liltte Huroni-idevierthiiit'y'
amie cnortlhwlcses f 'XicArXurcun ie'
14, 1007
.lBurton'suehiomeiiwa sdciiPoc. il.
e- eiteed".sthle Uiersc'iy' wihhis class
ills'eifall f uo, after a high school
coure usd-cwoyers' curse ii cle
irceliec' 'Techicueal hInstiute, catndhduring
the' isleyears elictlespeacut ereryicethe
law- cepavhuncul. cmitaiedcl aihigh
standucing icc lii.sorb.lHe sas geeraly
recosgniziedi iy'hi ccssmatces as a goodu
studenct sf tie lass, caund as tpossessedl of
celrge fund of general iuforuuaiecu.
His lcss wsishes thueeseexreicnc
to Cle esucccud cffec'cionaeeregareice
whchilihe si-s heli, ot cutly hy'thee
mcembulers of lie class. ut also by thee.
faculty ofi lie lose cepareneo, acd his
manucy' other friendus it the Utiversity.
Th'erefore ie it resolvede,hat is-, le
cue clcss of 1908, tedertothe fanily-
of Mr. hBurtoun our sncerest symtpathy
inu this their grealocss caud grief.
Recsolsed,.that this ie speadon thuev
recrds of lcehecs , cndulthati eeiile'
lishuedlicc 'he XMicigcun hDili.
JohItcei. MXc~hehrsonu.
hFred IL i.Collins
RalphiIh lisun,
Commuuitee.

visiting
Cards
Evers one lases sonee
tistttng cards Why not
get thee best, it i nicheap
as the ordinary prtnted
cards. We engrave ne
plate and too cards for
$1.25. If yon h lave your
own plate, 75c per cdii
carts.
We do Statiotuery
Statuping, Wedding Ate.
toncements acd Motn-
gramn Work. G et one
estitmates.
.WAHR'S
Bookstores
suame' Sre-eet in Sure-eu-
c. E.DBARINELL
Law and Medical
Books
Treves Anatomy, Nesw
Editiotn, (jitt received)
Stimsotn' Fracturesatne
Dicocationi. New Edit-
ion. Morris Anotonmy,
3rd Ee. hulf eather,
$2.50, h a lf moruocco
$3.00.
These are new books and only
a few lft.
Ca-li or exchatnge yotr Law,
Medical acd Dental Books.
C. E. BARTHELL
Tel 16. 326 S. Sate S.
Largest collection of ordinary
and the only collecti n c of fitee
Michigan Pins
FOBS AND SPOONS
Quality Best - lace.,Bgled
Michiegantacid Frat Stines
WM. ARNOLDJewler
:?:'0.yaiSi.

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LNWEETV OFEL WAN N FRTi E RNF
c BEALS MADEJLF WRMNTFRUA

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flusic.
Every day one hears
people say "If I were in
tcollege again, I would do
more itt the line of cul-
tunre. I would leartt some-
thing about music so as to
appreciate good m u a i c
when I hear it."
Students of today cer-
tainly have splendid facil-
ities for such study.
Courses in all branches
of mtusic are given by the
best prepared instructors,
at very reasonable cafes
at tine
University School of Music
Maynard Street

Che Ztubents' lecture 1ssociation
GRAND CONCERT
BY
SOUSA AND HI.S BAND
Monday Eveznig December 9, 1907
&'t 8 o'Clock
UniversityHaill
Course Tickets Including Reservation $2.00
Single Admission Tickets $1.00
TICKET OFFICE, UNIVERSITY HALL, OPEN FROM 4 to
6 and 7 to 8 MONDAY. TO AVOID RUSH TICKETS
SHOULD BE SECURED FROM 4 to 6 MONDAY

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21 Washmngton E. The Randall Studio, Randall d& Pack, Props.

Phone 598

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