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January 08, 1908 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1908-01-08

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THE MIC-MA AI

THE MICH~IG.AN DAILY, lttsintcsn and eciiieatiisnat, insure their1
reputation abroadi by mseans of a pub-
WilT ompahiit}- hoard. We helisete the tiute has
Bus w i o~ a y iansgs Mange-P . E. IS TEAD. fsromi teUniverity sof Michigan shouldI
he suhject to some kist of censorshtip.
The Largest Stock .D.. ..ORS F Ritchie A measure reso-n d iiels itself at this1
in the City ~ ~ . . . tiume, which will iuvolve little effort
of Athlietics.l....avid F. Stevens(o re than iputblic swatchtfulness, and
F achange...... sv1 Jh abodm hich ought to be effective. The names
Exclusive Styles in1 :MscadDaa . .o . lc of alt student correspondents, ansi thea
omns clitor. ...Louise Vran Voorissptaper,;foer which they mwrte, should he
EDITuRIAL STAFF matte puhtic. They shsould tie puitlishecd
J.V. McCandless Elmer C. Adams at tract once ini Time Daily, andi he given
JctiniF.Wisr Russell McFarlandsto tuietirpublsic noticer in any other practi-
W O L E S Hiram S. Cody George H. Hobart would travetireswriters open to ceitlo
F or Gentlemuens Wear Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams cism for every article, ansi wossld ets
REPORTERS oft care in reptoerial swork-nout to say
Everything required for Suits, L. C. Reid Lee A White reasons andm decency. It woulds msake a
Overcoats, Fancy Vestiegs, and UI. B. Mcughs 5. i-i. Prescott dseiraile secrease in tseeioutpuit of some
fab i s and pecialhstles A. L. Hainline Robert Mountsier of tieme ipeirolific writers.
fasbricasssracureacdiipeisiae styterror
Lowell J. Care Donald L. Kinney Sc esr a aen err
Waiter K. Tuoser-, Louis Keafts for sa csnscienstiss reposrter. Istswoulds
Full Dress Suits al Lessis T. Knssis~erss Rotbert Moreland rutier betoiihIis siassanage, for it would
Specialty Pasit Gucer ;Samuel I. Morris reliess-him of tireblamee shichs in some
Otto Enget Preril . Goosdiingsmeasssre falsupons tse vholue guild tsr-
cause of the umistakse,,sit a fete. Thus
BUSINESS STAFF Fvis-se it, woulsis certauilysdisatble soics,
I idC m a y John F. Ware Carl H. Adam ts'greast moisssety, mu we sire surtse
il arold P. Could miajoiety needsinoiscorrection,-wo ull
311Sotuth Slate Street Address :MICHIGAN DALY, Press Bldg., ublesihatiessssieportyesihe, theisme-
Maynard Street. susperv isisois tir writers for Tue Daily.
- v ~Manager's Hours: i-2 p. in., 7-8 P. M. The camus pap iser, swiose articiessire
daily, except Sunday. Both phones perhsaps tess ismpsortant in. she long run
SHEENTA N _ xC0 ' 5 90>tianthoise if citeyipapers, prnts a list
Sn r~s of its- viseter eery uiay. Aindesvery
sari m~ian u is responstibsle fosr iis deets, andi
MVOW h i! i " erceisvs tseir jstssrewarsd, whethler they
I SNF SDA'Y, JANUARY 8, IqoS. tie gossdi sr basd. 'rie istuer reporsters
ssoldt te- madsie-sisatsllwed-to dasnce
C aftle d aiii oithesame isue.
TLi. sai'Ts 55AND THEsicowtEesIese
Is lay far the finest of T he squestion cit whethser free-lance
athisetic se Western Coitference sts- Vise"Ki;igt fur a llssy" ensumes isis
the kind ever publisse ei is il, in the l n rnproesithue fose sntght. 'e sre sorry itfthr feels
for the price. It cointati ii yii-ricwt50sngri iiisto is siemienit, sit wish ihe might
ntearly 50 sepia etngrav- stindure postponeenit. It mstibe set- isyissiee
lieu ic-fre tme umonii is suit -_m,55:,

OEDIC FACULTY MAY TAKE
H-ONORf SYSTEM FROM JLNIORS
Wuitl te hisnor systems e takens from
tie junior medis? Although a fital
ecisiont regarding the matter has not
en givein, he faculty is opposed to
th systems existing at preset in that
lass.
The honor system has never workec
site so smoothly with te juniors ass
in some of the other classes, perhaps
swing o the fact that it has been un-
opulasr wsith many- of the jumirs. The
sspensioin f tw-n metn in accordance
vith the ites for a teriod of two yras
inot likely to be retracted. Many in
the cass still favore the system, and the
hreatensed decision of the faculty comis
s si buloiwto those wis-ihing o establish
a systeitratsiditional iii the department.
PRES. ANGELL, ADVOCATES
NATIONAL HEALTH BOARD
P'reasient Angel is one of te active
-isdsocates of a iational bureau of health
situ is ai memsblersfhe commitec of
ice-residints of the Atmerican Asso-
-istieo fr the Asdvaincement of Scietce
xhicis hackesd the rject at the recent
-neetitg of the associationi at the Ui-
versity of Chicago. Dr. Atgell hsatbhens
onr of he pronminent figures in the
siov~leet, sihich is of national im-
porace. Associated with him on the
commusittee are suchtmin as President
Eliot of IHarsard, Joseph Choate, Arch-
hishoIrleanidJane Asdais, judge
tieu Linidsey oftDenver, Andrew Car-
negie, buttler Burhsimk adi Thomsas
rdisou.
'FTie Chicago Tribunie in reoring the
mieetinig of the association says:
"A instional bureami of health foete
regmition of te pople's physical iwe-
fsare, plauneid by the leading spealiss
of tir United Sates and endorsed by
tresideint Roosevet, na take its place
ini tefeieralt deparitments of te gov-
ereinment witiin the yr through the
efforc of tirAitmeicatn Association for
tir Advancemen of Scince.
Plasimsfoe the htreai strem'aittoincid
y- lProf. Irs-ing Fisher, the econoimist,
it Yaletutu chairmaim of tie committee
iii onetuindrecd distinutishedl scientists
sthtinhae hail charge sit the tinisertk-
iing. 'fhreimebershipi of the committee
includes taders in the various braches
of tiemedisical anti social scietces from
tir imposirtant iniersities an other
'Tur edticators have been assured tta
tirterst steps in the organiation of the
healsth brea will tbr takenm at the pres-
rt sessioin of Cogress. A nunmer f
Michigant professorusnatenidemithe cot-
vettion of tie association.
Hand hammered jewelry at Foster's.
FUSHUDFAIL o get Lyndon's new
Vire Book, you'd make a mistake. It's
realy tieonity one worth having. Price
$.oo; dark hbse covr. Accept no sub-
Alarm clocks warranted for one year,
$i.oo. Haler's Jewelry Store, 26 S.
Main street. sod
Pyrography goods at Foster's. tf

An
Exquisite
Gift
If you are in dotbt
about what to give your
friend for a gtft b uy
a copy of our Miigant
Calendar. It contains
originals drawings anth
sepia printintg. Its the
best ever published in
Ann Arbor.
Price only 25c
The Souvenir of Ann
Arbor and tie University'
recently published by us
is now on sale.
Price 50c
WAHR' S
Bookstores
statetiLe" Mainmsreeti
Stm.rt the Year
1908
RIGHT
Keep a Scrap Book
of College Life ::.
The New Book is
Ideal $1.75 with a
Special Picture Rate
Some bargains in
2nd hand Cameras
and Kodaks ..:
LYN DON
PHOTOGRAPHEIR
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
Zporttno (5006
121 EAs r LIBERTY STREET
Largest collection of ordinary
and the only collectio of fine
Michigan Pins
FOBS AND SPOONS
Quality Best - Prices Right
Michigans and Fat. Stines.
WM. ARNOLD, Jewler
220 S. Matn S.

ings of campus views, fra-
ternity' houses, and Ann
Arbor views, and msakes
an ideal gift for a friend.
Strongly boxed, ready f or
mailing for

5 0 cents
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores

...

is toslur Michiganundmisergradciuate as anm
indiidual, unsre misaim mumanyonue rise,
thtus ses umttority are hosking fume
advslice and guiudaunce. It is rercognisedi
titstime studentissre timemosst vitally'
cincerned, anti that whiatever stand is-
oifficisllyty akens shuildiagree uithtihiliu
cit time studuentm sajority.
Thmose st-io favoir leaving time vesternm
iossu htosuldi state publliclytyhuetropinionms
sni protposediprosgramm. 'Thouse svhomse-
siretusreturnmstoiithe ftlshoud simoim nit-
lalmaske muesjustificationusof their
pousitionu. Each indivsidual n-ill thus susve
oppts unuity ito ehoosse svhatseems us
huimm thme proehrecourmse of peocerme.
'fle iDaily- osiens its cosiummus to sucs
coummmunicatiions as serums to present slum
variouus phsases of tir situations moss
fairly. I f y-uh ace positive siewsso05
te subject, it is you uitsiiy his maskes
thsem uictuieat this critical humus.
ULIsi cisCPUBLSHEiiRS.
Misreport and exaggerationu of Usi-
versity ihappeninigs in outsidie papers
still conutinute unmiterrupediansI,pe
~pr-sumisilyic. ighlyremunuerative. Ihas
alwsays iseen sosn, simmertime Unisersity tie-
camse famus enorcuughs to dieserse a re-
served gums r mmnmie papers ; amid no
effuses, so tar as we know, has tress mader
so check it. DOtser instiustionss, hothm

Spcntinmihmg 1asvacation sis hasrdi s-trk.
'suhnmwe ge-I use nosecsbackito time
fsictiy's grindstoneissue c iiiseitsee stime
shirks sly.
OiRATOR DI IWNEY LEAVES
FOR CHtICAGO) FRIDAY
Stepmhen IDowvney, u-ho issuiteprmesentr
Miichiganmmisn time IinHmio cuchisnutest
iii ChicaigosStuurday esensing of this
st-e-i,tiill hue acceommpamnieud tmmthur city
1)v R. ID. T.Hollemister.,sassistant to Prof.
'freblhsoodi. 'heun nill lease here Fri-
dasy afteonemuumantd Mr. Doswney will
luaur easltSaurdaisy uo rest ini Chicago
sfter Iis ride.
'hhecolluieges u-hint are to be reprr-
senut mm inte contest ibis year are North-
wcestern,. Wisonusinm,Runx and Mints-
igan.u After te conmtest it is usual for
thiss-lai iusudoum clui um o ntemrtain time
speakers st si banuet. Last year tsc
speakinug took tlameris Music H-ail and
it q~uie likly stillbehuelrd usthurcaine
placee this year.
:Michigan Bummers, our-thirst off, as
M4iss tLoveth's. 72-76
Celehrated Martin Mandolins and
Guitars are best for musical chubs..
Schaberle & Son, iio S. Main St. end

t A. G. yQ"av~c.
( Q Lcl 6'aS PALDIII NG Ei Ic
MARK W 6 BROS. MR
The Largest Manufiactusrers in she World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Glf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Official Imapemcens for Track and Field Sports
Uniformcs for all Sparts. Spaladiges Handsomcely
Illustrated Catalogeerof oalspurts actfaiso-
merous sgestions. Send icr i.-It's lace.
A. G. SPALDiING A BROS.
Now York, Cicago, 5t.iLouis, Sacn Fr-ncisco,
Minoneapouitstiesver,.Bufalom.Syracuse, Pitts-
targ, Philadtelpshia, Bouston, Cincnnati,.Btii-
more, i'Wahigtoc, Kansas City, Cleelnad,
New Orlees, Datroit, Mctreat, Cacada.

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flusic
Every day one hears
people say "If I were in
college again, I would do
more ins the line of cul.
tmire. I would learn some-
thing about music so as Io
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
best prepared instructors,
at very reasonable rtes
at the
University School of Music
Maynard Street

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Che !5tubents' lecture 1ssociation
Season of 1907-8

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John Temple Graves
Dr. Brander Matthews
Leland T. Powers
Opie Read
Oratorical Contest
Open Number
The open number will probably be filled by
Hon. Wmn. H. Taft

TICKETS FOR COURSE INCLUDING RESERVATION RE-
DUCED-TO - - $2.00
Treasurer's Hours 5 to 6 P. M. Mondays and Thursdays

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