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October 01, 1907 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1907-10-01

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'Hp, M IfttAN V!A11Y --

G. H. Wild Comlpally
The tearges Stock
in the City
of
Exlusive Styles in
WOOLENS
For Getlemfen's Wear
Fverything, requied for Suits,
Overcoats, Fancy Vetigs, and
Trouserings, and of high class
fabrics and special styfes.
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
G. H. Wild Comlpally
311t Soth State Street
BOOKS:
Save half your money and buy
Secondhand Books at
Chc
ZtuaentsiV oolstore
University Text-Books for all
Departments.
Drawing Instruments for En-
gineering Students.
We carry a the best makes
recommended by the profesors.
Our prices always the lowest.
flieblcat ook, Stattonrp
anD students' Spples
SHEE!HAN'S LADR FOUNTAIN PN
The Best $100 Pen in the Wenld
SHEHAN & CO.
STATE -attn t-.
SALIN'S
OFFICIAL FOOTBALL GUID?
- Wit full page eplaatry
pictures. Vditdl by Water
Camp. Ttc largest tat-
i. bitGudcevser Tpubisied.
Fulf footbliformatio,
reviews forecast, schedules, captaisec-
ords. pitures of ove 4000payrs. Ptrice10.
A. O. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, htago, St. Louis. SacCFrancisot,
Misuapoit, Dever Bulal,. Syacus, Pits-
burg. tPhiltadephia, Bosto, Cicneati, Blt-
mtore.. . Scd our ame ad g et afree
copy of te Spading aitatd witter ports
Ctaogue eontainig pictures otd pics of
all the new seasoaitle ahletigoods.

THE MICHIJIAN DAILY.
isatagiig Idet--e i SCOTt atIOWsus
Buteesnaotgec-C :C V'it tsH s
N ews...................i F. Rithet
Atlet cics.....t.eAilliantitF.Ecstoliifi
Sytirtig..... ttrence Ic.Eldridge.
xciastge.II..... JhntitWatmbol'
titisie matd Dramaet.... tis- D. Wielct
Womtte's Editor. .-.lotie Vii Vo tis
J.3I tiMcCtttdletss Miter IC. eliiar
JohniiF. 'A ur
I irtittiS. Coils- Geotrge If.Ioar
Chautcevy touieiir R. G. R. 'iillittmts
I;. C. Ri-ilLee A White
Ratymiondtisiischlerc -X. B. tieHugh
A. . l-iiihtn ltli ectRohe t ontisier
BUSINESS STAF
Johtn F. Wttcc Harry Hill
Carl H. Adam
TUEESi).Y, ICTOBE:R i ilo
Aitv iiieii Io hastselitc etedlilswitli
ohitcles tir- intte tsat-of le blcheloeri
it-it-t Isetirns rrtitheiiilw-ittns of
sentimtent, anttd legis tgtlltnt it wistil
thei tiomtitetn. Itfat, tt epfirineeei
nt necessarytT wo5 mentitflit e ii. junitio
yerfountht lemseles -alnte iitilarge-
icIats.of giils the this-cday. 'lhyfleu
pecipitatieilytigether-. tine- tihisierdl.
sit ovilerlistyisoitu" 'isntiortalso
tilt-tily citnfes-is thatihle ticntinuiiedl
iedltgogiy bteaus-e ti-ticltssifelaloie
wssith inteentgirls. 'TleepcorIis ntil
i-c- sublsttitedt hatIlte li-ettire- Iai
fessors,. are adotinhg siff-osomiteishitt
ite c-tito iShowthaltilthec sicrageUniii
sir sits-y utman titti s-tertl ti less p-
lii l e eloqitettee fori th. We there
for ir-ccpil-tsedto 1 cngrtulte totse
ofi (tilt rnutmbetwis-havie darel t et--
le tFautltless, est isisise. To btolls
Npcrtithitliiome ies tikt is sititthti 100
toi ctulre ectass tffices. iTherie is n
atitila-t tis ite f le -yet.hisre
risesite qite stionti ttws demaogtury
maw he elimesuitted,.tandl howssteieveitt-
blilt est mantitfits the plice mayiraltass
le installtedi. Thle soltiote tf sotitese is
thteoretiettlly simpile:ptlicinion utwsill
e-tetr impinctgly ait haecritietal tmoiet
atnd it-ciltits tt-ogdem-crtical ti
al iegulartitie.
At clie sametieitac ts go aion
wato pitrisvethis teory ci ittre-argi-
nientifrotidteas. Fecw-classes are eser
cit fortnattieIs tsipotl the stie sof se-
ently lirenets of their memeres. There
is a rerifedt etse ott reori of a seiior
ithitwsiacrresedibhis ssls.al ot
bin-tg cihle t tell titse.nametf hisisclass

tiresitlent,.eas scit tift t tree ftr a fresh-
tmat. Such carelessiess cattot e cot-
dlemnetiost strongy. It is no less pow-
eftl a factcor for ciitatn-purposive
mtaleroletnce. 'Te duey iiieve' ran
is, first to itni iite franchise by payitg
hii cltis ttixes aittithento stuse and
honicr it -yimakiig Iiseu-itopiiioits
antu idesires bear fruit. Uttil le takes
suchacteionitlie 5surirtally expatriate.-
lie is restonisible for ciy dishoiesty or
feebleness uof tesedminiistraione which
results, aidtshousitld rightly le ciarged
awith the fcitlt.
'Noti is duity futliledi in tmerely castig
a sute. The ftct is ltimtetable bust true,
ttialarge potisciiiii-nfvtiestre te-
cidledlii in a tcatsy momtettott the sret
cc.erecatse te s-tter etitntot elts
ai suiggestot sitbldlly pt. Man- oter
blltots tre sacked for ote of tio cai-
didties .ttither of shomthts le voer on-
iders asi-oty.tic the tosot iorty
ma.The place toi begits is its seeng
tuat lele-tmtttiisectosragedI to take
thefil aclinut te eticommitenedto Ie
stipposrt of eserr ote cnicered. We~
urge ttt the recluse aid the griisdifor
oncise geltiusy, itt these mtaters is tech
as the manit of taffais;haul interest its
poiticis le imore geteral, ansi less o-
tititttl ,iit special quarters;r.atd hat all
strive tgetherito eattie titr clss gov-
ecinmsent s t cretit to te uniersity aitd
t ts-epossiiitiescof tstet life ii
Peitetti Agels astice to le cre
flini the seletion oiif ctmspaiions edoes
nott neessrilt ientit oi ue freshmnee
hIo situlook ttr e lnigiigy sitd wist-
fully aithle fteiiity ioflith isisersity.
'iitho s stidithe Uivisersitv c-
etuteonittshitiulticossist. iliacetPoic-
mtati dormtstatt, ti Freshmnv ersanti,.and
oite Siipttottires ramtpanttuttote a fclii
three-quarcti-s blod ccii?
If te tirtfessors are all tidinitg e-
stries, sttmtter imtirations froit
Euriolpe,ito tei reertoires, sote of
tse deacr lifamiiliars wi-ilist-e to le
Io ithle Ktnockler wutld ciortle its
his. fiettdishi glee. cottdle see hifs old
f cd-the co-sl-doinitg cross conttry
stnts itt-crcthe ills ad far asay!l
SEN (Hf LAW CANDIDATES
ANNOUNCE TIIEMSEINS
C. A. D t~t-' ihas atntouttced hitinsel
asaaicinditte for presidlent of the
setnitr lawc ltss. 'Whlile as p-t tieticket
lit-citn frcaedtreeoler hase alo
anntittuncidteimseles: J. E. Winitner,
for secrear, . H. Jackson, for tres-
tirer tatti N. W. Dua for track mia-
a tger.IThisItar etchirtanitseitms to le
tunitnttg sieeidetlty.
'Te eett for the '8 law class a
ects slaied for Sattirdayi,- Oct. t, atd
uptil Ithis time there listbeentasrpris-
ingir little acivisty its the lao- depart-
troigttatiof dacitg totigt at Grat-
ger's S ltoto o'clock; classes next week.
l.DST--A brown leather trunk ith
initils BuVY. B3elt phone 33. Re-
swacrd. t

m~usic ao TUrams
Llewellyns L. Renwck made good is
his recital last evenng in University
Hall the expectation wich iis reputa-
tiote jutstifed. 'T'he organ used as a re-
cital instrumenett is in danger of becom-
ing esonotonous and sporific if in the
hatnds of an amsatur, or it is frequently
forced to cartcature ate orchestra itthes
hatds of many professionals. Botl per-
formances are equaly deatly. Its ast
tigi's recital tlhe orgatn sas useel as at
-orgatn, ut deselopeel to its fulest possi-
hiitiuis. Cotntinuted anti legiinate
chanuges of cotmbinatiotn producedl a
freshetess and variety of tote which diet
nott fail throughsout te progrua. Mr.
Renwick msanipelated stops adt comin-
ations dexterotusly atc gracefuly-an
ticcomspilishmsett mainy cotcert organists
outit o cultivate, to the enuless di-
econfort f their audiecs. I-e played
withs security and unusual ase, stowitg
-a techneique eua o the deatds of his
work ande excellent taste its producing
effects. This program opened withe a
figuredl choral of Bach. Hle sowed a
fotndness for Elgar, itclditg in his
program three of that weters composi-
t iones in vwiclh et. Retwick sowd
his netst delicatc effects. Taken as a
-whole, Mr. Retiwick's recial sas the
msost tuasterly- and artistic rectal upon
the organ in Uniresity Itall in the
meemory of the present stutdent genera-
Y. M. C. A. FORMS NEW
PLAN FOR MEMBERSHIP
The Ueniversity Y. M. C. A. ieees
formeed a ew plate for membership.
This pan mtutkes it possible for aty Se-
diet to becone a mtember, and aleady
a large nuetuber has-c taken advantage
of it. tnstead of paying a fixdl fee, is
formterly a studnt, after his appica-
tioe has been accepted, gives as nmuce
ti he cane to the support of the sso-
ccitoni.
Metbership this year is evesnore
deseirable tian fornmery, since ne bil-
liardl andulpoolales lave hee puttits
whiche are open, at a slight cost, to men-
ers atut eir friends. The readitg
situ writing rootms are open tea all su-
dents lee ele readitg rootue are footd
daly paer froms twety-two Michigan
cities and ltwety-four of thee iaditg
cities outesiee of this state.
Thee Y. 4. C. A. has so far founs
emtploymteii for oser twe hndredl met.
There tre sil a few positiotns for those
uhitoisshto wo-rk for their rooms.
FOR RENT-Finte suite of rootms for;
girls. 52o E. Lihry S. 7-S
Ian hatemmneured jewelry at Fosters.
FOR RENT-Two large hoses suit-
able for clubhouses. eorge J. 1aller
& uC., real estate and isusrance, 216
S. Mlaim. t
0. I, Luez, Alarns Clocks, $.oo. 205
East Washington. tf

Books
Why pay fuli prices?
GET THE DISCOUNT
We alowe 20 per cent discount
on Drafting SuppliĀ« .
to per cent discount on Drafting
Instruments
10 per cent discount on Univer-
sity Text-Book,.
We bougnt a large stock of
Second-hand
Law Books
and will cceli at underprices. t
Writing Paper by the Pound
20c 25c 35e
Wahr's Special
Founan Pen, $1.00.
K very one s guaranteed
Mini or sistresyputtr bead'une tes
Wahr's
Book Stores
Secenan ned beks titusghtt ind od
C. LI.BARUM[
Law
Medical
Dental
Books
New and Second-hand
Largest Stock In Michigan
Text=Books
Dictionaries
Quiz Comnpends
C. E. BARTHELL
Tel 161. 326 S. Stae S.
Arno ld's Jewelry Store
Alarm Clocks, $1.00
waratntedoue ear.
MICHIGAN PINS - 25e Up
All StritgSihver.
MICHIGAN FOBS, - 25e Up
Mst patt entchoose frenn.
teme ut uspeialy ofiftuens'
Jewe-ciat-p si.

Portrait frames at Foiter's.

tf

It's only ek. Short Step
Ghe Place
Where
Materials of
,.re Sold
In fact, Everythli for thxe Stvzdent.
Supplies of all kinds.
V. of M. Ca-op Store
Cho. Store w~th the Bha. Iroaxt

Ube '(Liuversfty
!Bcboo1 of (IIusfc
PtIAND
SINGING
VIOLIN
ORGAN
ELOCUTION AND
D2RAMATIC ART
PUBLIC SCHOOL METHODS
PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING
Call at the office, Maynard
Street, for full information

i

Cbe $tubents' 9Lecture Asociation
Season 1907-108
Premier Lecture Course of the WV(est
SOUSAiS BAND Emil J. H.rsch, D.D., L0L.D.
John Temple Graves Dr. Win. J. Dawson (Londont)
Dr. Brander Matthews Leland T. Powers
Hon. John Barrett Opie Read
Gov. J. Frank Hanly (Ind.) Oratorical Contest
John Graham Brooks Open Numbher
See "Prospectus" for dates and explanation of Open Number
S. L. A. Office, Main Corridor, University Hall.
T'reasuree's Hoots, 4 to 6 daily, Saturday excepted.
pickets for Entire course, - $2.00
Secure your Season Tickelts from etudent canvassuers
or at S. L. A. Office.

Washinton!. RANDALL, THE PHO TO GR 4PUER

Phone 598

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