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January 18, 1908 - Image 2

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THlE MICH-IGAN DAILY

G. H. Wild Comfpaly
Tle Largst Stock
in the City
of
Exclusive Styles in
WOOLENS
For Getlemlen's ear
Every thing rquired o Suts,
Overtoat.,, 'an etin ctto and
'lrosein I Oandof ihigh c as
fahrics and speial styles
Full Dress Sits a
Specialty
0. H. Wild Colpally
31t South State Street
A
Few
50C
Michigan
Calendars
For 25c
Each
wshil tey lastI lies
are the oiginat Michigan
Caiendars ontaning
about go avcewa of Ani
Arbor We htavc bitt a
foswlft tiut (f ian elito
of 'titto
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
_A. G.
Spo S PAL D I N G pn
& BROS.
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Bal, Gjolf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
OfficiatloIpeentns o Track and Field Sport
Uniormsi ot al Sport. Spudin'i Hdomely
Ittustrated Ctou of allttsporti cotinui i-
tnerosiiggteions. Sendor it. It re.
A. G. SPALDING A BROS.
Ni-s Vol.. t)ilican.S. lots. Sanui cisco,
Miuuaonia. leene. If~tlui. Syracuse. Pits-
burg, tPhiladelptia, Rot.Cincinnati. Bati-
monec. Iaskioin, Kansas City Coveland,
New Orleans.tDetroit, Motrea, Canada.

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Editor-PAUL Scorn~ Mowata-
Business Manager-C. E. WNSEcrA.
News----------------....A. F. Ritchie
Athletics ... David F. Stevenson
Exchanige......-- . John Wambold
Vunie and Draina...'Roy D. Welch
Wotcen's Editor. an.Loise Van Voorhis
EITORIAL STA"F
J. W. MCandless Elmer C. Adams
Rttssell McFarland
NIGHT EDITORS
Hiram S. Cody George H. Hobar
Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Rayintd Viscer
L C. Reid Lee A White
M. I. McHugh J. lH. Prescott
A. L. Hainline Robert Mounsier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. 'lowers Loisi Kraft
Lews T~ . Kniskern Robert Morelaid
P'ahl(Greer Samuel H. Morris
Ots Enge Fred E. Gooding
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wr Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gould
Address : MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: I- p. i., -8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Boh phones
96"
SAURDl AY JANUARY i8, iofi.
NIlCilTilAN AiNlCiAPIrON.
.51 ciigmn's secontitmllttniOs ictory
in tile triaglar Central Decating leagii
is itittcl icause fcr the Most hearty cni-
gratuiinito tic mcii ott the toc
tinto teiveiiirsity for swhoe sc
tess tey htse saored ong aiitlfaith-
fulyianditorofessrs'rteblood ad
itslslisirttohmmtcl of their effect-
tvlles is ue. It is a reiarkable cc-
otd tit Jliciiigmiitlits ent utle to set
up in te lue of puilic speakiig atti
ontfwicties-ry Mihigan an cat
hei jutstytproud.Tht'lere is ni school in
the landtasithicsthse has had con-
tssths imea.sirsie has not taken
ior tihaitni a mjoitiy of contests, and
ini soeticacts i tilmost e-ry one. bst
tigtut'sresila tsake ter swiner over
\lor tter i fiv ie out iofieight tde-
ht anidtio11111Chicagos in eight out of
elevtntittei spetkitg is perhaps the
mottiiettly racticl 'lie of iter-
clgitneirialry; and it it plaigts
nte thatithe iii chliagn style of poblitc
spakingc isioifte most practical situ
itafltN le. (Outr iethave talways e-
ce-li.di, lnoi ii the strea-eagle style of
soi old-hte ticators but iii the direct
ittsittss-ike say of sltting facts which
is equl~tly aliuable in eery salk of
lift int w-hictinfiiinciieitr orne's fel-
liws-is sutgt. ''here is prap o
lilt cause tat whlichi this success cciiaor
het atribuited. I puiiilic aieaking as ii
ottter le, .licligatm has liiig ticen for-
tuttateinithtie caier of the ran' materil
sh altts to sork siwit;sie has een
dotublyafortnmate iliit ossession of such 1

yi tmaser traiier as Profsor Triebloodii
anti ier iteas has-caswaystemn actiatei
iy le sirit of do or te for Micigin.
All homr to the iiecn stlit again carrisd
the :Matiz and Bloc to desraed ictory
is tie contests of last ight!1
Jisiec demands that a word le sal
for tie oppoineits who met Michigan in
Uniiversty al. They fought a good
fight. aitil u-ile going down in defeat,
deserve note the lest a high credit for
their acieementii. Ii akes io les
praiseworiiy qaities to le a good loser
on thecortiithlan i les on the fild,
anilthetienit-tws-io retrsentei Nri-
wresiern tposess tese dutlitis. The
het of good feeling sas appreiite-
tween the two teams, anti the mciifriiim
FEatatn crry hack witithilen todtay
thec highest regard of te Msichigan mnt
wil tihto they catie itotcoitac.
'Te office "dvil" suggests :"Illhearu
tihe judige satg Northwteseri's Sant-
sonig?" 'Twoutldte a nice ote, wottulnit
it ?
It's "tswenty-thirec" fcr se-eity me-
ters of the aseior lierry class, as shwit
by le age statistics.
I is iow te ILitle Eight" itesialof
hr "Big Nine. Amdunly- yesteray
na pui twos oter. Say!
M. C. MAKES CHIANGES
IN 'IME SCIIEDI'tlE
tiiinearbyt owats art-to be affectei by
ith nwMichigaim Cettral sceiule
whichi goes into effec Sntday, Ja.t.i.
'Te so-calleil"paper trit," sahicl eases
D~etroit at t :3 a. ii. tand arrives hee
at 2 24. still e dilicoutilttucil
Thelu Bay Sate Limited sall also le
iiscioni ttiud. 'h'is traini iasses iritg
AmAti .ror at 9:30 a.mi. mtt1 uas liii
sit aoutitn-ao tnits ago ito relive te
traitin whichn preceded i at 13:t8.
Decrase iitraelitg is iic oly- ra-
suit giaent by the local agett for the
change ini schedusle.
SENIOR tZITS HLD1tDA.~NCEf
IN lBARBOURt' GYM TO)NIGIHTI
'fur senior li dntce at Barbour gym-'
tasiumti this eetitg promises to pros-c
a success. This is the first socil evantt
the class has heli this year A large
tactnher hare signified their ittenin
tf ttendinig. Att attractive irogramt of
atters a beenitarrutigediby Fischer's
Gruanger orchestra.swhict sall furist
itie nmusic.
ACT As eisrono,?s aatiute 1;
The fresh lit class edeaored toi gie
ia dantce iniarbour gymnansiumroX'enes-
iay es-ciing. to swict the tn of thet
class swere Io escort Ie yuntg ladies.
Tue result wsa a failirie. A committee
of scpttotmires recidat i the foot of
iletir'santd itaie sciciat imnprve-
ttent itheol cietes of te tiale guests
as circumtanaces setdtilo udetadi.
Tlhe Uniersii- of Neraska uill hae
a anitmlr school ii agrictltre to begn
this year.

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fI~usic ana Mrama
rt- rr'"rROasnaYS.
Richurd Brititley Sheridan's comedy,
"The it-als," stittllie the sill at the
Newa Whitnucy theater. Annm Arbor, ott
Moniday,. Jana. 2o, andi still lie presentedj
bty Joseph Jefferson attil Xiliam WV.
J effersont. 'There is Itotieeid to go itou
dletails as toi the capabtilities of the altos-c
samra. Theycavmte sectvedl their apptrrn-
ticeshiptitntder the tutelage of their
fattier, the bieltivs-tl"dean of the pira-
fessioit," the late -Mr. Joseph Jeffersaon,
whuichtticails that itey are storthty andi
legitimatce successort anidithe ctaable
heirs if thle Jeffersoantmt fatte. Josephl
will lie Sir Lucius O'rigger, Willianm
NV. uill play Itoh Acres. 'h~e oilier
artists in the casi of dlistiiigiiished cite-
btrities arc Thieoidore 1Hatniltomn, Leoipoldi
Lanue, Richatrid Lylc'.RogerEtirtihuatn,
Blantchi'eteder, Robierta itrennuan tatu
Loreitta XXells.
Pruof. WXilliamn How-latntiasithit chorus
chir twiill rendcer s itnumber's5 aitthur
prite sc-vct itsniithicPresbuyteriantuchurch
Sutmduay eveninig. 'Tbh-followainig prc-
gratmt silllie gisvei:
i. firgani. Allegrot itoderato (troni So-
ata Pontificale-)-... .Zemnisaeums
2. Chotens. ( Ciotte Redeeriter ofi Maui-
kindit . .. ... .. .. ... .. . est
3~. Anthem.m Jserusulsemi(tromithis Gal-
hia) .- ... .. ... .. ... .. Gomu utu
.hiss Chmcistoiphuer iautiChortis.
.I Biass Sole. Glomy to IHeaven'a Eter-
mmiiiKingi..........Meer-ltutii
WXilliamilIlowlamiids, w itahioli
ititigatoiby Saimuel Locikwo-odit.
5. Chutruis. aviotuurXXWhenu Nigiit In-
voset Skes .....:l'emiuelssolun
6i. Offertory. 1' stt tie......- Guilmianit
i. Xiiliu Stilts.I -iguhti - - -Rousseati
S. Athiamit -Nazarsethu-a....iGtuuuc
Silt. IHouwlamudtasmithorlens.
o). O~rgani. Finmale (ftium 5th Sonatai)
1-.5 tiN'rta.s 1,0xi SIts- s-ts.
Owuthiouaum tsudetnmts tat-c signedi
te putitiumi tor prothibitiiun. As theconim-
stitutionaml cutmestiintasill nmtac Ot oli
tlhi'bilt far several dhay-s, mm itcrease ini
time mtiummer ittminamurs is expected.
OsMct.Auitt stctc '1uilODA.
The tOmmega Phi literary aoitcyn-ill
tue eimtertainced iodamy at 3 p. Itt. at time
hmte ott DeuaiJoranitm. Prof. Scott nill
give thi sotcietiyanminiformual alta.
I' L hET'-'-o fihe-roommns ;tot anit
coil ster, sieani heati; for ine a.
tatoi. 320 S. Divisions St.. 8o-86a
Four boys caim get titl nie' roomms
aery cheap at 615~ Chutrch Si. 79-82

ABRAHAM
LINCOLN'S
Centennial
' OUR LINCOLN OFFER
We hiaie a-iitedl numhber of
nets of thn comlpete writings of
_ Abraham Liacoln. Thn hooks tire
attractisely bound anid pottip ini
nine solumes. Our price for the
entire set (incliuding the subscrip-
tioni to Current titeratuire for omne
year. caued at $3t.00) is $3.0tar
the cloth biunding, and $3.0o for the
leather bihndihg. These sehs are on
Sexhiition at either mtofsir sittes.
WAHR'S
Bookstores
Stad- Stret' StreSlt-r
tICo [toIARJ[[LL

Law and Medical
Books
Treves Atnatonmy, N\ess
Edition, (just rtceisved.)I
Stimason's IFractures anhd
Dislocations, Nesw Edit-
ion. Morris Anotomy,
3rd Ed. half leather,
$2.50, h a It itmoroccit
$3.00.
These are new books and only
a few left.
Carla or exchuaitge yonr Lasy,
Medical aind Dental Books.
C. E. B ARTUELL6
Tel 761. 326 S. Shale St.
Lags collection of ordiniary
adteottly collectic n of fine
Mihigan Pins
FS AND SPOONS
BeltyMst- Prices Right
Mihianard rat. Stitues.
WMARNOLD, Jewler
'4 1IS, maht.S

Portrait frames at Foster's.

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Fill-!REN'T CII l 'A--ttiusestubitof
rooms uuin n denthuseiat, ot-hialf
tumik frosm State streei. Exephtiunally-
ltse price. Invtesigatt-. ;5i0 . Cathi-
critic stuneet. 80_82

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- uiG1MnCAEDR~
UN J Ff. NoLCO=OlP U1RPE

flusic
Every day one hears
people say "If I were in
college again, I would do
more irs the line of cul-
ture. I would learn some-
thing about music so0as So
appreciate good is u s i c
when I hsear it."
Students of today cer-
tainly have splendid facil-
ities for such study.
Courstes in all branches
of music are given by the
heat prepared instructors,
at very reasonable rates
at the
University School of Music
lilamlard Street

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Che !5tuaehntsr lecture 1ssociatioll
Season of 1907-8

Joli n Temple Graves
Dr. Brander Msattbiew's
Leland TI. Powers
Opie Read
Oratorical Contest
- Open Number
The open number will probably be filled by
lion. Win. i. Taft

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

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