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January 12, 1908 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1908-01-12

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T149 MICHYCOAN DAILV

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
G. H. Wild Comlpany -.
The Largest Stock EDITiORS
inl the City News....... 1'~ t c ii
of Athletics.... : a..Diid IF. S.flscs
LExch~ange..... If. John\VWik)()
Excluive tyle ! jj \ll nuic and Drama...Rot' 1). \Vcl
Excluive tylesiu Womenc's Editor.....otii-e Van Noorli--
W O O L E N S Hirm F. ur OI~uAss FF C crn-
NIGHT EDITORS
IirmS. Cody GeorgeI1....lHohart
F or Gentlemfen's Wear Channcey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
tRsymiond Viischer

Evenrything required for Suits,
Overcoats, Fancy Testings, and
Trouserings, and of high class
fabrics and special styles.
Full Dress Suits al
Specialty
Gs I Wild Comlpany
311t South State Street
A
Few
50C
Michigan
Calendars
For 25c
meach
wihile they last. These
are the original Michigan
Calendars containing
about 50 views of Atn
Arbor. We have hot a
fewleft out of all edition
of 2000.
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
(Sc y'. A.G" r.vv
____ «S PAL D INIG v____t~t
MA & BROS. q A.01
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Suplies
Base Ball, Foot Boll,u Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Officiat Imsplemnets for Track and Field Sports
Usifeomsfee all Sports. Spaldisg's Hansomsely
Illlustrated Catatogue of alt sports cntainsssu-
mnerous sueeeutions. Send for it-It's free.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, St. Louis, Sa Francisco,
Minneapolis, Dever, Hoff ale, Syracuse, Pitts-
burg, Philadlelphia, Hoston, Cincinnati, Balti-
mosre, Washiiiscl,. Kansas City, Cleveland,
New Orleanis, Detroit, Montreal, Canada.

REOlRTERS
L. C. Reid
M. B. Mcl-ugh
A. L. Hainline Rot
Lowell J. Carr Dol,
Walter K. Towers
Lcwis T. Kniskern Ro
Paul Greer Same
Otto Engel Fr(

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J. 1-1. Prcscc
>bert Mountoi
soald L. Kinn
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bvert Morelot
wiel H. Mort
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=If yon are in llots
about what to give yo
frie~itl ftsr a gift hi)
a copy of our M ichig;
Calen dar. It COlltaf
originaols dray illsoat
sepia printing. Its, 1
brat ever ptiblisi edl
Aloii A rbior.
Price only 25C
The Souvenir of Ai
Arbor and thle Uuiversi
recetntly published by
is now on sale.
Price 50c
WAHRt:
Bookstores
State Street IMel,
ISsart the Yel
1908

SCe-NeIllVROM '.A\:f«IGoT FO A HAY."

BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wurz Carl H.. Adam
Harold P. Gould .
Address : MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours : I-2 p. in., 7-8 p. M.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
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SLRNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1908.
After all, there is only one considera-
lion sshichi should earry weight withi us
iii facing thlat fearful Coinference qiles-
tioin. Weomeaisthcis onsidleratioinsit
sohat course will,, inth ie lonig ruin, give
no the best sort of athletics-athletics
which are leatn, anid fair, aiid propor-
liaosed to the other tphases oif our col-
lege life.
Two possihle fields of activity are he-
fore us-the cast and the west. Cool-
pule per cent a1111 gaze ilto geographies
as long as we will, postuilate nhast we
miay, after alt' is said aiid studieid over,
thit west is ourltnatural stampinsg-groundli.
The rocks of our social foiiisiatioiiare
westerns ideals-ideals of broad toleraisce,
of freedomt in actionl anid thought, free-
diomiifriiomisobbiiitss, freeidomofrons
custom eveni. It is ini the wsest that we
save devoted our energies to establish-
ig saiser athiletic coiiiitioiss. The cioi-
sequnce is that higher standards pre-
rail lhtre than in the east. To throsw
ioir further fortiiies with list easterii
organization would be to retrograde
ethically, for we should lie countencancing
staindarids which n-c know to he lower
thain 0111owii. The stiniilus toward
aictiiltdiegradationswoiilii ticstrong.
Bet on the other hand, we hasvc stepped
out of the procession of "reforns" in the
Western Consferensce for which we our-
selves had at first played the big drumi.
We save slepped otit, complaining that
it went too fast for us, and moreover,
that it was taking the wrong directioii.
We contenidedI that retroactive legisla-

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tioll 0as unijuist that lire-seasionliractice
and a trainling tble n-cre at least legiti-
mate, if not even neccssary to insurt
our-fioottbt ail-iie against injimny, and thsat
sevei gaimes iserc littler thsaiifire, tic-
collie they iiieiitilietics more isiie-
pl~endit finaiiciailly aiiileiabiled the sill-
deists to wsitiiess ciintests at a' more
moiierate adiissiiiiufee. 'fhesceoiitcei-
tionis te still suptport, ivitli sentinent
of ivirviii iigor.iWe has-c askei, that
ini the i-are of justice tile Westerns Coii
fernc reiiscogiiizeiiir claiim, at least ini
pti Thliiianssweilas not lieeii flatter-
Oiiidilemmai thus apitarent, has as-
plects remiiinfl cii a lit-rat devil anf a
ltrldse.itt iiiq ri hler ivay cleats arc
it s tke.Thepriitiemiiresiolves itselfj
initoi liihidiieaits anetie mlost worthy-
ofing hi'stetr intact. 'Wicmust iiiwer
o rslis isy pltayiiig witti sctiois whose
stanudurdtsaretieieaths iiirlown, or woct
iiiist subtmuit to regiultions wich ws-
feelto iibteiiinjlst. Crack the slitswhii
can'sThe Btiardin ~iConutrisl cf Athletics
nwitt try it Msonidasyiiighit.hMeaintimue, let
no tray!
Insps~ite if the 'uncertainty of iiir atis-
ltsi- rlatfions, atl good iooteis sioiitd
findt somie little coiioliati o ini tie fact
thit iAticiuiganu los just lieeii highly hmn
orednilswisht-e presidential poisitin in thie
Amiserican A5ssociaitionsi iifttiissiersities
and11 Colleges.
'Tle laity's siiggesticoi that the coil-
mosbelihelinithe ntw iMaussiiuinsdiii
notiseet with aiiy greait fax-or. The
msemsorial cmiinttee seisso tishiik shut
stiidecits s-iiiiuldibe tooiui ub.
Unicle Jiummyi, thse focal sweathier pro-
phst, attribmutes tpresettcliatic imsidera-
tious tolteiscitedi iisciissiosorver tem-
perasice aisi Coisfereiice wraisglcs.
Exais just three weeks asway-aind
you can't gimsue tDadduyLimie for dust.
DISH(.i1 CHTAS. D. \VII JJAMS
ATi' M\IttAN T AL
6 :30 Tonight.
ADDRE',SSE S UNIVERSITY MEN.
Subtject:
"A PROFITABLE RELIGION."

f husic ana Thama
A KNIGHT COO A DAY."
tLovers -of good mitsic will be wxell re-
wcarsded nsext Wiedlnesday when I3. C.
Wh'litney will present "A Knight for a
tDay" at the granid opening of thte- New
Wiuitiucy theater, as he has decided to
birinhisli complete orchestra fronmtte
Whsitney opera house, Chicago, to give
the patrons of itis beaittiful theater a
first-class protductiois in every detail.
The cotipsiiy will lie a large otte, con-
sistinig of over fifty people, wiht a tom-
let proiutitonin i the way of costumies,
scensery aini- electrical effects, as it re-
ltuirco two sixty-foot baggage: cars to
ranisport the necessary equiptoent for
Touby Claude, the well-knowti come-
dtiine swho hisbein ise vs'ral of the
lug Niew York proiductiuots for the past;
ftew years, wsill lieoe of the prinicipal.
fiii-iiakers, assisted bsy Edward Reed-
slay, wtto is also well-bnos-i among the
city- ticater-giacrs as oiie of the funniest
little coniedianis in the theatrical worlid.
\[ir. Whiitisey has engaged a toast coin-
tietent cast inicliidiing the famous Amer-
icais Beauty chorus.
Seats are sowon'iu sal,' at the' theater
loin iiffice arid all iindicatiotis point, to
afull house 0n this es'etful evenintg.
Prices are : Boxes, .$2 .oo (six seats)
entire lower floor, $2.50; balcoiiy, $2.50
ansd $2.00o; gallery, $1.oo.
The bill that opened the monster Hip-
podroime at Cleveland swill lie here at
the Majestic theater all next wteek. See
Majestic aid on last past.
'lo reduce stock before insvoicing, we
offer our entire lint of Parlor, Bedroom,
tDsinig Rooms, Library ansd Office Furisi-
tore at special prices. Martin Hfaller's
Furnsiture, Carpet unit trapery Siore.
75-76
Since 1858 we have made Watchs Re-
pairing onse of our strongest features.
Huller's Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
street. end
Portrait frames at F'oster's. tf

RIGHO
Keep a Scrap Bool
of College Life ::
The New Booki
Ideal $1.75 with
Special Picture Rai
Some -bargains r
2nd hand Cames
and Kodaks
PIIOTOO6LAPXEI
719 NORTH .UNWVERSM1YAl
IBAILEY x& EDXWU1
0porttng GOONe
121 EAST LIBERTY STRI

L~argest collection of ordil
and the only collection of
Michigan P1i
FOBS AND SPOON!
Quality Best - Ptices R'
Michigan antd Frat. Stinse.
WM. ARNOLD, Jewi
115 9, Main ft.

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Every day one hears
people say "If I were in
college again, I would do
more in the line of cul.
turn. I would learn some-
thsing about music so as to
appreciate good m u s i c
when I hear it."
Students of today ey-
tainly hsave splendid facil-
ities for suds study.
Courses in all branches-
of music are given by the
heat prepared instructors,
at very reasonsable rates
at the
University School of Music

Ube !5tubents' 9lecture Iesocati(
Season of 1907-8
Johtn Temuple Grave
Dr. Brander Matthews
Leland T. Powers
Opie Read
Oratorical Contest
Open Number
The open number will probably be filled by:
lion. Wmn. H. Taft
TICKETS FOR COURSE INCLUDING RESERVATION l
DUCED TO - $2.00-
Treasurer's Hours 5 to 6 P. M. Mondays,,and 'Thursday

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