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December 17, 1907 - Image 2

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THN MICHIGAN DAILY

TH-E MICIGAN DAILY.
G. 11 Wild Comlpany MaaigEio-PUSCT wR.
The ~argst Sock DITRrS
the agetyStck News................... A. F. Ritchie
of Ahleis...... David F. Stevenson
Exchange .......Ii. John Warnold
EY I~ e tyle i \Iusic and Drama...Roy 1). Welch
in Women's Editor.. - Louise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAtFF
II1 I~'IU J . W. McCandless Elmer C. Adams
00IFI~ John F. Wurz
W LENSNIGHT EDITORS
Hiram S. Cody George H. Hobart
Fo GnleensWer Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Everything required for Suits, L. C. Reid Lee A White
Overcoats, Fancy Vestings, and M. B. Mcl-ugh J. H. Prcscott
Trouserings, and of high class A LHanie RbrMonir
fabrics and special styles. A .Hiln Rbr onse
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walttcr K. Towers Louis Kraft
Fall Dress Suits a] Lewis T. Kniskern Robert Moreland
Specialty Paul Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Engel Fred E. Gooding
BUSINESS STAFF
U.H.WidCo pay John F. Wurz Carl H. Adam
G. i. W ld ClupllyHarold P. Gould
311 South Slate Street Address : MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours : 1-2 p. in., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
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'TUESD)AY, DECEMBER 17, 19o7.
The members of the rhetoric class
which eiditedt the literary supplemenit of
'The Dlaily last Sunday comported them-
secives in a nsost praiseworthy manlier.
'lhey gavre us a treat see scarcely hioped
for, swhich ill fact see despaired of, whten-
eser we cosiputced the colluns, fese and
shlort, which they sight fill. But thley
usciithet available space wisely. Thy
articles wtere well assorted, in respect
toi fosrms, style adi subject. Some thinks
may tave beenlIimtperfet,-a criticism
sve wouldt venture against the latest At-
lntic M~onthly,-lout nothtintg was dcuii
or tunreadabtle.
The readers must save b~een impressed
swith thte novel ansd refresthing character
of this mtagazinle sttpplement. Appear-
intg, as it did oil IDaily paper, ad dbear-
ing tile exact outward forem of thle cams-
ipis sews shet, it dlemon~strated howv a
comsparatively work-a-day, utltiarian
thing eanl be tranlsformed bty being em-
tloyed for differetst ends. It gave a1n
enlivettitng distse to the arid tracts of
everyday reportosrial and editorial jour-
nalis." In that respet it htas helped
The Dlaily, as in the stay of entertain-
ment and intstructionl it has benefited nile
readers. So we toss roses from all
directiocs, accompanying echtwilstte
tope that since the experimentt has heels
successfuti it swill beconse the first step
it a regutlar butsinsess.
SCOsPEDcBaT sPCNITVNT.
A Tosledos paper has scooped us on the
mtost msomsettotus sews story of thse
year. It favors its readers witht an ac-

con~t of oss Micigats is going back r
tn the Big Nine. Te stdents are cha-
gritned at the trtd of ostr athletic policy,t
bt th ps owersattte wiedl are ot-1
Icice. They arc going o hold her
nozzle agin'te batk till the last ath-
letic galoo is ashore, safe in his own
western home,
We wish to acknowledge our incom-
petency as a journal. Wec have often<
"done those things we should not havel
dlone, and left utdone those things n-c
should have done-in te words of thet
Psaltist. Bit the preset itstace is
onte of sucit flaganttinteglect of dilyt
thtat opntscrnession aotc catsclear sist
constcience antI set its right wills the
woril. We ihave rut repred ue oc-I
ettrence. 'That is ba. But,sorse still,
se must beg oist readers to wait for it
a fes eseeks m~ore! ,somenecay-if
se are ot first cort-masrtilel fori
sleepingtilldity- soni clay ttayse ie-
comne energetic aliidsvatcfl, andtiflet
of e, as a jturta insst eeds e!
We msitear the hsumilitiot iil that
timecioes.
"Michigal Utsergrduaitte Regitla-
tions o ulistd apere sell as a hsatndy
btiokfoe refrence. It shuli cotait
alist of "Plusible Excses" "Nubler
oif Bolts Alssed" per cuirse, ands a list
f the professors whio specialize its con-
ditons.
We wosuld tmildly suggest that the
ibrary is a tpoureplace its whlicsto cot-
pose 0on5's rsnail letters. 'The haitii
is disracting tthose whoswotld in-
ris- their mids with stud.
Wihi Cngress cotiseig, adth e
Stident Coctcil tmeeting in extra ses-
-tot, there should be sotse great hisiori
_,atllents recorded within tie next few
lays.
Wh ile se are payitgcitlitical re-
fen, let's di aigoisijo, isfore se tire
of the toy attd relax tattitigilate-
the price oif liberty."
Query : W ere swas the lnesepaiper
class whensthue splesent caie out
MEukc anb Mrama
MiS. eAIK cAMIWI Titi.DETOur.
'rie visit of Mrs. Patrick Campbell.
use greatest Etglish-speakig actress to
D~etroit, is te10ostinotale eveit of
the local dramatic seasot. ter capper-
ance at the Detroit Otersi-ouse is
swithonitiquestint imortt teatrically
anti socially, fse Mrs. Camplsl is ot
only one of the great actresses of the
world, ranking with Berhardt and Duse,
but sie is quite a figure socially in
London also. Te isork of no layer
of the present day has been more sei-
otuly tor widely disustsed than hers,
I-erenetggig persoality, her marvel-
nis though strange beaty, ee extrete
naturatiess cliiidigtifiei repose conpe
tise deepest iterest and unfailing ditet-
tions in her every lioveet; in fact, i
is quite implossiete 51tibe tnterestel
its se. A.esliar fascisatioi rivets al
eyes to lhe frott the first istant of het

,-hiipeaascesupont thesceie atsiuttt se
-isappseas. For ter appearatne itt De-
crit De lsc a2, 27, 28, she setl1 present!
her fstar tmsost pouilar plays otably
"Thse Secondsi rs. Tanqseray The E xq uIisite
Notoriosts Mrs. Eblsmith" Hedda
Galle," andsi"M\agda," These are the G ipft
four greatest stcesses in her career to
which site is limiting her present Ameni If you are in doubt
can lott. ach role is c recognized abuwhtogieyr
miaserpiece-
The prices for this engagement sell1 friend for Christmas buy
ratige fromisfifty' centsto $.oo, accord- a copy of our Michigan
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of tis etstater-goers, who may wi-l o1 originals drawings atd
avail tietiselves of te opportatity' of seiprnng Itth
witntessing le Campbttell perfortmances, spapittg t h
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encloseds'stamtiteideaseloties for retly P o ly "25
wilt receive attettion, atd will le filledt ric ly
in ue ordhe fcitt .
p The Souvenir of Ant
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A pupils' recital uill be given~ in recently published by us
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t'lusic
Every day one hears
people say "If I were in
college again, I would do
more in the line of cul-
ture. I would learn some-
thing about music so as to
appreciate good m u s i c
when I hear it."
Students of today cer-
tainly have splendid facil-
ities for such study.
Courses in all branches
of music are given by the
hest prepared instructors,
at very reasonable rates
at the
University School of Music
Maynard Street

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Cbe !5tubents' lecture soctatfon
Season of 1907-8
Johns Temple Graves
Dr. Brattder Matthews
Leland T. Powers
Opie Read
Oratorical Contest
Open Number
The open number will probably be filled by
lion. Wmn.iH. Taft
TICKETS FOR COURSE INCLUDING RESERVATION RE-
DUCED TO - - $2.00
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