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January 14, 1908 - Image 2

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THE MTCHIOA5 15ALV

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
G. . , Wild C ollip ally i Managzgitng -AL ctrMw~t
I Business Manager-C. E. WISTIAI.

Te iLarget :tock
in the tCity
of
Exclusive Styles in
For Gentlemn's Wear
Everything required for Suits,
Trouserin(-, ando1 it hgtclats
faberies andsial t l is.
Full Dress t Sits al
Specialty
G.H id3 South State Street
Feww
50C
Michigan
FV or 25c,
whtile they last. These
are thte origittal Miclhigatt
Calendars c otnt ao iti neg
abcout go views tof Antt
Arlttr. We Bte tia
fewleftouct of att edititon
of sctoo.
Shieehan &Co.
Student Bookstores

EDITRSs
Nes............. A. F. Ritctie
Atthtetics-....David F. Stevensonc
tssrttnettg. tt....I. Johni Watmbtotd
It lsie 5andt Dratas... ovD. Wselcti
\ omen's t'.titor. .. .Lotoar Van Voorhtis
EDITORIAL STAFF
J. W. MeCandless Elmer C. Adams
tulsellytct'arland(
NtIGHT EDITOnS
ttirtm S. Cody George H. Hobart
Citauncey Boueher B. G. R. Wiltiams
dovimntd Visistter
REORTERS
L. C. Reid Lee A White
Alt. I. Mittn-t1 J. IT.Prescott
A. L. Hainline Robert Mountsier
towelil J. Carr Dotnald L. Kinney
Walter K. 'tooweers Lottis Kraft
l xt is'1'. tdttt brntt Robert Moreland
t"1111Grcere Saimuel It. Morris
.tiit'.ttngel1 Fretd. Gootditng
BUSINESS STAFF
Jobo F. Wore Cart H. Adam
Hiaroltd P. Gould

'ItICttlG.'N WITHtDRAWS
FidO'st Tiid CONFEREKNCE
uC'otinued frotm Sage Ot-et
ou c'sstnge. or lcare. Undoubtedly the
scotittt'tt here, ontil the reent Con-
ferettce meetinlg, itas tbeetnitn favor of
Conferece relations, and facttlty, alumni
an1 ttider-ratduates tad hoped to see
-iiai i 'wthctere stte gettgrapicially tie-
luns. i1 terist ..But tcotnsitderitng the
Irend11f11e thr ntitttitnsth'esea
t1e iote isasi'Iratp ittthse dark'"stitt
noi ite Iknitow s etlywhteret'hle UPi-I
iesrie still tutd itself. The twithtdrawalt
from 1teIWeserntiCotftrree tmeanes a
cmlete' reotrganiztioofitiiItte ittire
itleItic system n d 5111 'is generralty felt
thtte ttttivriderd''ipp tltfithe tu- 51
ilitt boiiy is asltly esse'ttialt.
S:,,I?.MAN tHASettOICE, tOF
ITdttd 1,Iltdt:ttdFS, SAYS SPtdlR
tI~leif satttcoieinte inichtaracer is
ts moiist wthole sottmeltharacteristiecttt
tiuIr i da.'said Robtert F. Speer Sutiday
alighut inihis sadidres ot thte Methoisit
chrhits sn titwa ess oitt''"Godt atts
"Chassracter," lt-e sid, "is ttail's ttest

Asddress: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg., f l \sset. When tttsttt tasitis iprinceiple's
Msaynard Street. it 1015 1mortiseditou tis Itieitenthie
Mianager's Hours : 1-2 p. in., 7-8 p. M. liniplet's ciitttheimiatn. Titesatte
daily, exeept Sunday. Both phone' timnuOitouriimttte 5and1cottttry tasthtet
96o. slitsce ofltti threes'failts:Agtttsticistt.
t jUiltar11111nim,1and Christiatiity. Agntos-
chasltrwic it s iwoirthiyttf tworshie.
Unitrtaismit s tttterresftsrglowrit
'I'lSDItY'st. 3.1NIAtir14, 1101. Chi sti11111ty,.tascondthand treligitten ut-
sisrtu:1W;T1TCPOLICsY. mst, tsenit tm111to Chtristisanity.''
N itt Igiiat Michiiiiga hs tskenia ielitt ( SI'stIi.tArNS RATsIFYs
it tn n i thdrtawntit fromtheI \'sAIION'AtCONS'I''TTION
'~se i Inttietiollseisits Co'fiitns e.i it
rmin s ti h theIlsciist iet bodyut'. m ke t metisI'ing tof te Cotsmoptotlitant
this OV ne wih will res'lsct cei lbs tStrdalevitItit vltei to rat-
Is st ithe ,iiei 1111 Tl e esits lith selt il)'tlit ntiolrgt co111111ituti1on tia s draw
ih t orer s tigs,.anst his it5 eigh t io li, lea ittg UnitedstStates uni1-
fir wiill1111doutdlty gtol s .. this tay svesitiescc tius iecomtingt a chaptter of
IYit ti liith ima ur 1ys. "I wat s tilt Ii. SoCsi i 11111 fetCoes o ltatnttClebs.
'tiltso am , a csitelst twitht Ilitois, {iIhe 55155 sli ut waus h lct it istont,
di e ev teflit and11hessg'tdtuli tssill met iiAi'siuArbtor ingtiittie text
cl5 i onghscllg freo hitmsrcss.iThe Michittg'ntdt'e-
Irii' lii eIlsrse titust tee noituttti a.g atlustsre A. S. irtsiti insdIA. C.
\tiae u urhnsrtu t ie s lo asui s s it s ut ut ttit
s11^dt oteUivrity mkscon scTilsvitntic et ers1011entwhih
________________chageli of tthle 'sAreianttgroup.i A. S.
ICIIGNINSI1NUR I S ~t~kii si andsIK. irantgste rdisctussionic
'sI ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o lbhtet ssNIcial's b aSnd politialeontioncts of
1 :1 's '1CTt."'b'ttbSI'I."I'INGSitisir citintirv.

GIRLS OPE'N BASKETBALL
SEASON IN BARBOUR GYM
The gils' basketbaii season was
opened in Barbour gymnaium yester-
toy afternoon with a game ibetoeeno the
teams of the sopiomore and frehmat
classes. The 'to girls. athough heavier
than their oppoents, were otliged to
iisplay ohl their skill before te end of
tie conlest md tenc wotoutbythlie
stmaiilcargiti of two potts, tte score
stanittg 14 to 2 wethte bsinlwiste
tlew.
totht teamcs shcwedt markedtiaiit' for
sit eary inthle seasotiatd played wit
atdash whiceh kept tte spectators it a
state tf excitemntt.
'te first half ettded witt a tie scre,
btht teams tavitg gaited fotr oits.
After the itertmissionthte tbtsket trow-
i111 was tmo~re acerate. ttc tierlst fe'
tmintes of play tier sohtotores sit-
ceetdeiditt execititig a difficult goal frmn
theis'et, tbrestting satie antdtwitinttiihe1c
MACKAYE TO GIVE SECONiD
tLECTIURE IN ANN A lOR
Ptercy'Mciaye, teetnttedt dramattist
wholeIcttredi hecra sshort itte sago has
'just niete tsEitglisih depasrtmcue tst
hc wittlte titabletie flliia retrn etgage-
miett at the presetnt time. However, te
p'romtises tt e ihere itt abttit mothti.
'sir. sMsackaye tas jutt fiisied a westerti
lecture tineatiCicaigio. te etectedt
to cminto iAtti Aror this wek, ut
trgenttbitsitess tiatters cail im ttst-i
t New Verk.
'sr.Mtckaye listsbieeni accordetgret
receietns whereverte a aitieretini
le west aitnt is eerywhere gaiintga
reputttiotncas a leaditg authoctrity on the
ubect of the cdrmoa. te hits itt tres'.
t ess'pay cated "The Scarecrows,"
tulantedi tii atstory tf tawthorne's tid
iii character mucthi resemblitg the fa-
imtitsc"Wizardt of tO." Mr. Mckaye
is alsoieprcingi a Vluimtetfesstys fr
publtictiont, incudiing tiose swhictieis
liss givenl here antd otir which tic
use'. for is tpttlitc ectures. Anotttrr
wosrk, si collectiont of his ipoemts, is i
irsicess sit coimpetitniadstwilttetil-
liissedin iiaot aiiyear.
(IIusic ana Drama
Msabel tBerra itt siqittkt costumtee
chagitg stinte tmade liehit of tee
Majestic's ilt for this week. Sie comt-
pletedi ler scess when te galery
whiisteti the ecors with her. The rest
itt the bitt does ot vary romuthte
average of the ilt presentedeeinb this
houes. I is, as a swhoe, amcusitg.
Spritig shapes ithetvy saterproof
Oxfordss. Wagter & Co., State St. Sigt
of lie big white shoe. 77-So
Sittitigs for groitp pictures foe Mic-
ganeniantttcmasy te hatdttigtsr say a
Celebrated Martine Mandolins and
Guitars are bet for nmusical clubs.
Sehoeberle & Soun, ito S. Main St. ed

An
Exquisite
Gift
If you are in doubt
shout what to give your
friened for a gift buy
a copy of our Michigan
Calendar. It cotntains
originals drawings atnd
'sepia printitng. Its the
beat ever published in
Attn Arbor.
Price only 25c
The Souvenir of Ante
Arbor atnd thce Universit y
recetttly publtshced by us
1s now on sale.
Price 50c
WAHR'S
Bookstores
State Street Mtint Stret
1 C. . DAR Nw

i

Law and Medical
Books
'Treves Atnatomy, New
Edition, (just received.)
Stimnct's Fracturesattd
Dielucatiotts, New Edit-
ion. Morris Anotormy,
3rd Ed. half leather1
$2.50, h al1f ttorocco
$3.00.
These are new books and only
a few left.
Ca-b or excltange youtr Law,
Medical and Dental Books,
C. E. BARTHELL
Tel 761. 326 S. State SI.
Largest collection of ordittary
and the otnty collection of fite
Michigan Pins
FOBS AND SPOONS
Qttality Best - Prices Right
Michigattatnd Frat. Stities.
W.ARNOLD, Jewler
220 S, Maiti St.

e asG.
SPALDING it> ,
".gA 4 & BROS V.
The Largest Manutactuers in the Wold
ot Official Athtetic Suppltes
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Gsolf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
OfftctaltItnleentt toeTeach and Field Spoils
Ujnitornms tot alt Spoit.Spalding's Handsomelyr
IltiateutCatstiogue ot allisirts containstu
nteoussuggestioms. Send fornit. -t's tee.
A. 0. SPALIOING & BRtOS.
New 'Ynets, ttieauo. -,t. Louis, wn lscsi ie
Mitnne.'apolis. envtrutt, Bufflo. Syracsetitts-
tiurgt'hiude'lphuia, itsstun, Cininnat.1Bli
lustre, xWail)tttattst. ianusa.s it'u'leveaind,
eels OrleassDtrotuit. MotrtealCanda

Th Ii'N iIt i iis usu uusi ustmangemuet
usl t eha isqutest fur altlitr-
11111 Icsndtams swhu ssircs rerseu-
sii i suits Itoinotify theist siostte, stid
toi 1ae ic Itusit taeinst theelests
oporunity.i ITic last datsfr fsen'tior'
iittn's hias I llfixesh st Feb. t.
ii i.ucontact ifsr thi scsilir lists hias
bengvIitsoIRentschlter, suitfuse thut
site rhits, citgii'e s anust itedice s t ssue-'
(ftllt N&iPack ''ihuc photogresruts ture
ihts evryn who~lti 1 cani d1(1so, hluatvs'hit-
5511'.lre itakenlnowisteadii osifswiaitig
cl aiitionsstmile ws lthr e tuir Sill
dostwill his'oisrcrowduedt.

BAtDssNXVusc ROEuSASU. CCESS. I
'I i' han'ill is suh of debet. A surly uof
csvnty-lfr couleeslhelpedtimske the
affasiesof lsthnight, whlicht sas hein u
Barburusuug'suuastuut, it success. 'fle
miusi fir sethe lto-estesdharen cdances
ws. fushicdibyu the enetire tesies, coil-
stug ofthirty Ipircees, ile Graneger's
orcetrpayts i~ed thue sNvaltzes. Before
thus dasntcigaireceptioin sas lieldt, tith
Mies. Reedh atnd IDrsaniJoridane headineg thme
recs'nsi g lite.
DOitug to thee success of thus party, it
is inurtededto gist' stuother cdstice tier
tile sameii atuspices ic thee near future.

- H HU9
HAVEA Io e

Fusic
Every day one bears
people say "If I were in
college again, I would do
more itt the line of cul-
ture. I would learn some-
thing about music tosas 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 alt branches
of nmusic are given by the
best prepared instructors1
at very reasonable rates
at the
University School of Music
Muaynard Street

I

Ube !Btubeuts' ~lecture Association
Season of 1907--8
Joint Temple Graves.
Dr. Bratnder Matthews
Leland T. Powers
Opie Read
Oratorical Contest
Open Number
The open number will probably be filled by
lion. Win. 1. 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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