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THE MICHIG0AN DAILY.
Meanagitng Editor-PAUL SCuT' MOWE i.
Busines Manager-C. E. WINSTvEA.
Ncws ................. A. F. Ritcin
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Exchange... It... . Jon Wambold
Music aid Drama.....Roy D. Welch
Wonmens Editor... Louise Van Voorhis
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Hiram S. Cody George H. Hobart
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L. C. Reid Lee A White
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'HI' iSAY, JANtARY 1 6, i9oi
lihe P'ennslvanisan" in a late ncuin
erc quolcs froma an eitorial inlie
"Publlic Ledger." ''le editorial was
arpscf ans adisress Iy Oswen Wiiste
upon tbe subjct of American scholar
shhp.cAlthcough- referrinig to general
coditions in this country, t1cc editorial
msigt aec bseeu sritecispsecially for
..ichigan,. so aptly does it hit of the
siuatisoic lire. A Iart of it is too good
not toe tasseu lOt
After cmesunitttingIi lie snesrs-
edly ow sciactlsosition of scolars, it
costies as follows:
It is, sf course.Ipreposerous, in t
secondsipacc. that the scholars t our
colleges antiuniversities arc not prop.
erly paid. Inouc of ten expects to be
rewardedslhandsomely Ie swould not
choose- such a vocation is any coutry
if tis swerc hi ambition in life, but i
s cerainly not out of reason to anic-
ate sages which will allow him to
marry nd live in a fair degree of com-
fort wsithout chafing his spirit over the
late of his wife and children if he should
die on the morrow. In no other contnr
is there se uch money contributed Iy
ihe rich for higher educational uses. Yet
inearly all of it has bett going into
iuildings, athletic fields and oter piy-
scal prahenaiabwichs leaes the in-
rstutor as posor as before.
1"ices it not set-utiscresible tat ment
traineds to scholarship t great expense
of tinic audl money at ocr own and for-
eign uniisersities should e oliged cc
ake positions yielsing only from $foc
to $3000 1ta sar "ier-' are prices at.
a ftest tti ersttes sWotllt $ooo a ya,
bsitthfir stol t tisrobably lis titn
t crte Ihistis aits, liiuit codiion.
It has mntstedo sitthioirational
postton in scolrshpstwhateser 'tat
toss be as \MrWste1r sggests Sdit
moybe topee non t4that fe hasreoried
his proestth't It?:sill e- supprfed
is thoseawho 1lsne j ci in their powce to
iproe the situation in soueraCial
'liie carelessness ad ptty larceny--
i stecMayt apptly 'such a Iarss nane to.
an all hutsuniciversal failing-ss-icls goes
oct every day in the general 'library, is.
highly dsireputclle fist -Utiersity sti-
ents. At any inac rferencec books
tony be seen scattered about the tables;
aicil one eeds sts to look far to dis-
covec someofcthle mocre popular volumes
coccecaledt ittlikely- laces -untsil the am-
bictiocus sudent recurns front a two or
chrerlhors' sessioci of classes. Te
formcer cindiitions is lamsenale ; te lat-
ter cdeseres the use of severity for its
ccrrection. Manccifesly lte ccly -fair
cotirse- is to recrns lhe books to their
places sci that others whto cccii themt
equiallys hccclta hset a cace to gt
Th~e saoon5 element has promised cca
nass seeing i the near future for the
piurpose of arousing enthusiasm ic their
Fessmoemete.It is stated that Mr.
Larry J. [amsmn tis bnc-ctolssen chair-
mast o)1the refreshmccent conimittee
lst ight, sictigats-ill hae scmse re
veinge for the Coctference action fromc
Chicago acid Norhwsern..-
Betwecens tsoschbdistractionny as dig-
ging for exacs aid coasing in the
moonlight, .echlat shouildf a poor co-ed dto?
Now s-that st-chas-c disposd col the
eCiferenee, we eascaitnocr attention,
to that little sater ccl examnications.
EDITCATIC)NAL CLUB T
Tht eely fccnded Etucactioa club
held its first meeing'Tesday afternoocn
at' 'apcpcin Ihall. 'T1 cosiction sas
reac, adopted and sigiec. Dr. Jonc-
soti cclthe educcationc dearmset oesed
te meeitng acid stated that te purpose
of the ness organizatont was "to foster
icc ac sost systemaitic maner te de-
veloptces of iserest in the coitemipor-
ary problemss of education by oferig
opportunities for free expression of
opinions and a cleaer appreciation of,
the present and future status of the
It uas also decided, to hold meetings
oc thle first Tuesday of each month,
wheneer possiblce A. 0. Goodee wss
elected temcprary caircan fcrle next
1 cmeeting to bec heldeTh'urscday, swhen the
first election swilt take pce.
so-c ir Mnst. Io~r1T itTVRS.
'his year's footall teamt at Prde
tis beets refusoe letters Iy the insignicic
1 bocrtf, becaiuse it ieiher sonc cor sed
>a game duringthe laIst seasocn.
fIuafc ana Iramta
Th pr sogram f tonight's Faculty con-
"C'cr~o.tvssniirr of tahe ot things given
in -Silt year's.series. The' Mecdetsohch
v:xoin.,,costerto. played by Samuel P.
Lockwood is alsays a ;pleasure to hear.
It is iearly three years since this com-
positionc tis tbetsheard here.
Theccgrccuplcgiseis Iy-William Holsnd
oughtcto fid tics singer ii Iis best os-
er s Tue sogs ccl Schubaet antI Sch-
macsi arc at once the joy adc despair
of all singes, being lte last word its
lyric nicsic. Mer. toswlandi tis previ-
ously given msany ccl these sogs very
Mrs. George I. Rhseas,swhose brilliant
techiniqice itnd vigorous, spcsitaeocs in-
terpretationc receive asways aietthucsias-
tic swelcomse lays the-pao groupt. The
Liszt trascsripion of 'Wagers Spi-
ning Song frcom "The ly-fg Dutch-
moan"is terhaps the rost charming ccl
The "*Variations on a Theme of Bee-
thovn,'Iy Saint-Saens, and te s"Po
Ilaces UBriliante" of 'Weer-List will 1ce
played by Mrs. Rhead atd Albert Lock-
'The entire program follows;
'ariations on "a Theme of Beethoven
(Sauct-Saes)-Mrs. George IB. Rhead
Conucertoc Op. d64 (Medelsso)-
tDie Alnuactt, tDer 'uTod dctstta d-
chins ( Schutbert ) ; Widtug, Wennt ich
its demur Augen set, 'ie beiden Grena-
Andante (hrahms) ; Etude hF minor
(Liszt); Spnning Song fromi Flying
Duucmaac (Wagner-Liszt)-Mrs. i. B.
Pclacccc Briliiacte (Weber-Li st)-
Mc. Rhuead and Alert Lok-stud.
OIENEI) LAST NIGHT
'A Knigtctfor a Day" focrnmaly openei
tluc Nest Whitney theater last night.
This opeuning prodhuctioccnat gies iy
hic cmpnty playing ins Chicago, swhich
camie here for tis ocue performatce ad
broughut its owsc en-tery. 'Thuehouse wss
Is is ainuncedl that Miss Perlita
Penberthty '(O, still hec nmarried to Mr.
Curtis Merrynusn, a Wisonsins lumber-
' man. A honeymooni on the groom's
orange grove in California is planned.
h ilts Penberthy stas an Alpha Philwsalue
Four oys canc get twto nice rooms
u r), checp atf615 Churchi St. 7-2
Sittings for group pictures for Mil-
iganensisanmsay Ie hluniight cr day' at
Lynidon's, phone c09J. 77, 7? 8a
Spring shapes ii eay swaterroof
Oxfords. Wagner & Co., State St. Sign
Iof the big swhifte shoc. 77-o
Portrait frames at Fosters. tf
OUR LINCOLN OFFER
We have a limcited nnmber of
sets of the complete writings of
Abraham Lincoln. The boaoks are
attractiv'ely borund ad pit tip is
nine volumes. Our prie for the
entire set (icluding the subsrip-
tioni to Current Literature for one
year, valuech at $3.00) is $390 for
the coth binding, acd $.00 for thec
leather binding. These sets are on
exhibition at either of oucr stores.
State Street MictSreeu
C. [.ARII i
Law and Medical
Treves Anatomy, New
Dislocations, Nest Edit
ion. Morria Anotoiry.
3rd Ed. Ihalf leather,
$2.50, h a f orocco
These are new books and only
a few left.
Ca-hs or exchtange your last,
Medical and Dental Books.
Ca C. BARTHLL
Tel 761. 326 S. Sate S.
hargest collectin of rinr
and thoy collecti cti of fine
FOBS AND SPOONS
Qualify Best - Prices Right
Michigantatd Frat. Sies.
2:0 5.,Sain S..
ODD~li UM SJE ERD0 S S
E u llvery day one hears
people say "If I were iii
college again, I would do j
more isa the line of cul~
lture. I would learn some-
thing about music so as to,
appreciate good munsaic',
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 rates
University School of Music-
Cbe !Btubents' lecture Association
Season of 1 907-8
3ohns Temple Graves
Dr. Bransder Mattlienvs
Leland T. Powers
The open number will probably be filled by
lion. Win. 1. Taft
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