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January 19, 1908 - Image 2

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HRE MleftfAff t)AILY

201 THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
G. H. W ild Collpally jMngngEdir-PUe.ScoMrNowxEea

The Largest Stock
in the City
of
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WOOLENS
For Gentlemfen's Wear
I ry thing required for Suits,
{Overcoats, Panics \ estunsi and
Trouserings, ad iifligh class
fabrics antispecial stylis
Foil Dress Suits at
Specialty
G,.fH. Wild Colupally
311 Sooth State Street
Few
50c
Calendars
F1or 25c
Each
while they last. These
arc the original Michigan
Calendars c o n t aini n itg
abottS50viewsof Ann
Arbor. We have hut a
few left out of nit edition
of 2000.
Sheehan &Co.
Student Bookstores
-- A. G.
t S PAL DIN t
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Gjolf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
OfticialImpleiments tor Track and Field Spoit
Uifotrms tor l Spoils. Spaldioe's Handdsieely
Illustrated Catalogue of ailignitsecnotains eu-
mneroos suoeestions. Seed tor it.-Its feee.
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horg, Philiadeiiphia, Botni, Ciscinnati, Bal-
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New Orleans, Detroit, tMontreal.,Cnaa

EDIORtS
Nw .................A. F. Ritchie'
Athletics.......David F. Stevenson
ECachange. Ti..... . John Wamnhold
PMusic aiid Drama...Roy D. Welch,
Women's, Editor... Louise Van Voorhis
tEDITORIAL STAFF'
J. W. McCandless Elmer C. Adams
Riussell Mc~arlanid
NIGHT EDITORS
Hiram S. Cody George H. Hobart
Chancey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymond Visscher
gRORTERS
L. C. Reid Lee A White
NI. B1. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Mainline Robert Mountsier
Lowell J. Car lDonald L. Kinney
Walter K. 'Toscers Louis Kraft
Levssi T. Kniskerti Rohert Moreland
Pool Greer Santuel H. Morris
Otto E ngel Fred E. Gooding
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wore Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gould
Address : MICHIGANe DAnLY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours : 1-2 p. in., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
96o.
:,rCatzeuGSTUDIESi.
It still priibablyoly lie ith the
greatest (if difficulty thaitte aserage
ind ergradnute swill he able to decide
lre iiweeks ahead of time just whit tic
desires iti study during the text semes-
tir lie lint bet accutomieid to finishi
ir-ttie labiors which sail beset himn
in tice semeste just closinugtripe off his
slate, tieaie a sigh if relief, atid take a
(bun tsiesia eifoctre tiirntiigafin to "sc-
iere e ttial exertioits, To the hatnd-
ictiitla studettisho elects courses
waithttiit itutch presios conisiederation,
aiid ini the reciitttmendcationa of tis or
that acituaintatnce, there still seemi to
heshtatljutstificationt for the ness order
ci tintgs. Somunythin ttgs tony hati-
tie, yonkntowi, btweisen tossandI the
seccini semtester, to rnder certainielec-
tisns ittadvisabile.'To ttetiatt siho ins
tinkgs arraniged itt a pretty well ordered
tlant, attil shoi knows itt getteral what
lie sauts forrseveral years to come per-
hatis, the ten rtile, while nt seeminig
enitire ly inecessary, still not etitail atty
steirld haridshitt, and it uill pass off
is iquite a matter of course. But-if swe
coitlid only tear aside for a moment
that veil thtat enshtrouds the future he-
fore u-ctorts in that eleetiotn lank itext
iweek!
tOt 5CING RVOiRMiS.
Nows that NLlleligair has won eight
oi the nitte intercollegiate debates she
ias piarticipanted ittsitceteieentrance
if the olidest senior, see ,vonder if the
\Vesternt Ittercollegiate Dehating con-
feretice will not proceed tspass somse
retroaictive measures?

UNADVER'TISED SPORl
- ATTRACTS STIIFN'S
We admait that it lpays to avertise,
hlli there is one sport, the attrttios(
-of wihl do nthetia- to ie heraldedG
with allring signs and ti brass and,1
-td that is coastitg. As a tonic for a
cired mind or an exercie for unused
muscles, this sport is fr ahad of any
iter. Nor dues anyone seem to denyc
it, for great nmiblers of coting parties 1
occiupy the varisth ills eer nigtiandI
their sleitts atd laughter an to heardf
itt the viciity of the hills lateiiito thei
ight.i
IlTree hills iwitinitthe litits of An
Arbocr afford the pcper facilities for
goodilcoasting. The depot slide and tc
lu-ishospital ills, usnerleding doss-nutoI
the rier. There are other hills upons
uwiechristitg is dnte, but these three t
tre the nst polatltr proutably beantise
they are more datgeros. Fifth stret
frome Packard to the AttitAbor rail-
roatti tis just ettottgislpe to tmake
possible a log ride ott a sled or bo.
Seldomtsdoies a switer pass utoti
stitie seterr accideits to coasters occr-t
ritig ini the viciitiy of Doe Rose's ellt
knotsnticorier antthferDattBenituri-
itg unotttheholearilrau.
ivrtsetits mEooseti StiS.
'Tle Wester literary society Of tert
last department elected the followitg1
officers for tie comitg year, Friday
nt :Peiet .B aln;vc: resitet,V. 0. Nicolson ;secretary.
William Pterson;r treasurer, Mark Si-
ter; sergeantt at res, MNI1. Brrogt.
s. C. sas scRFitec-os sTfs.
rh ita chiignitCetral has iecidei ti
tite ill the 655 pIi. it.trait cast after
today. This is it aditiioto the toe
trailns iiseonitited a fet-sidays age
husnt it strage ttat swtenyet, gsto
taeheithot andticld water haih, yottgt
ontly tn-o kitds of cild?
ss t,aRs-t:-nstet- nt xow .
h-. 3.Marshall, u-li spoke for Ci-
cgo in the Ciago-Nrtwssestert de-
bitti Friday nigt, is a grtduatte of tlt-
N Michigatlass-sctooel. lehas wonitihtn-
ars atredy for otiMihiganm antW-
ciisitt either ii dehate or oratrs.
TOt~t.A iOttt-HiONiRS AtOA.
President David Starr Joratof
1Stanford ativersity has eeti decorateil'
tith the Order of the Rising Sun y1
the emiperor of Japa, i recgititot
tof the great service Dr. Jrdnt renerd ,
Japainitdtrig the recent ati-Jpantes
agitatios.
Becase the heidrach of the Prince-
ton footall team was so excited in their
YtalePritcettt game and forgt to send
Henry Butckighamiitsii as a sistitut
so he could get his "P" Bmckingam
losY~t this, alsit Hone pronise ihm y
lils father.
ROOMS at 614 irst Ave., tire blocks
ron, catips; first floor, parlor and li-1
rrary, swelI furnised, aln-ays war. In-'
vsetigate at ary timie. 82-83.

CICtAOS eern:tstl,ttic55iTS.
'lhe filiing shutws te receipts,
aimoutintg to 3,0.01. iof the 150o7
footblal sesot the tnisersity of
Cicagi: Carlisle, $t7p,2~5;SMitne-
sta. 8t3,13942; hdianae, $1.r0.7;
Purdue, $t,24437
Dr. W. . Hoswe, of the Utiversity
of Indiana, is among those wotdo not
eliee the hoitor system a sucess.
While le cisiders it an ideal mtethiodi
for the futre, hinelots its effictcy
itt the examtinatiotns as held at trese
ini the Univiersity of Indtiaa.
Te quarrel etwseni Williamis adu
D~artimouth, arisig frtitia asktisb-all
gitmtess-hicth u-s plye at Willians last
asiter.luts cbcii settlei, ndtil is likels
thaut reresentatives ofi the 155 clleges
uill metur ithe grieirti text fall.
Pi- xrtDiiC.
'Choise studietts attenduinug the ith~er-
sit5- of Cicgoteuswho proaose ito study
mteuicine rise formetaclnutorganizationu
termethe iilre-Aleeic club.
Altoughi liarplatodtidiselPrncetoit
itle qutads is btentabnudoniec, agita-
tions for a reorganizatiotn of the social
life still countinues. The exlusiveess
of the clubhs has uaused the pricipal
evils.
rsruAFS'JOill xi, s POULcuRsu
The eagriculthural schoolut iWisconsintu
issues a mionitthly publtuicatiuon called the
Stutue-tutHainmer. Tnoethusand h cpies
ueri- issuedlin hDec-mbfer.
Th n ua iuhAmterican tregautta -ill hit
held Jue 27 tutute IHuo th Poutigh
lkepsie. Coluumbiaii.Crell, S rcusie,
Annapoitlits, W'iscons-in, Georugetotns- nd
Pennsylvsarin .swi hi. retresented hbyi
M1uic aO Mramna
tt, 51MtJIS suTIS sri i.
Thlis nes hill at the nitw.Maj-stic
nill fenatre anut teperformuedllit-
troupe ef ift5-nineitetmauls, notito mci-
tin eatrainteth tutle koeswntas NMatd.
T'loe perforners comre fromruthe Clee-
launelhipoidromet.
'T'here is a musical atelbhy-it-cmutusi
cais, a lariat throwiig act, antI a nutim-
ber of other features ahichi tronise to
p rove entertainig.
W ANTD-Rooto-nmate. Nice fron.
suite, ere-half block fromo camus. Ctl
at 207 South Ingalls. 82-83
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fos and souvetnire. Hallera
Jewelry Store, 216i S. Main street od
FOR RENT ClHhEA-Fine suite of
rous in neurmoedernt house, ore-hal
hlck front Star stree. hExceptionally
ost price. hnvestigae!I sueI,. Ctl-
erine sreetSo-SS .

-J.- - -- Pa." I -a

ABRAHAM
LINCOLN'S
Centennial
OUR LINCOLN OFFER~
We tae a litmifted tumtbher of
sets of thin coemplete writintgs oif
Arahiani Liicoln. The hbookt are
atractively eubo unihndpulltp i
nine volumies. Our price for thur
etire set (includinhg thur subsrip-
ion to Crrent Literaituire fooetl
year, valued at $3.0) isS390 for
the eloth itinheg, auth fs.u or the
leathterbhindinig. Th ese sets tre onl
eaxhiition ti teither uof oururstores.
WAHR'S
Bookstores
State-tet MShutrsuet
RLENT A KODAK
1 - v
v P '-s n
Ih -0
twuen youblilyou o to upt tpies or
uiuuyou are str or gtugfrsitsup-
pies, aidutresable iii pe.
HYPO Sc Per Pouned.
LYN DON
PHOTOGRAPHER
IBIAILEY & EDMUNDS
Zporttng OooN
121 EAs r LIBERTY STREET
Largest collection of ordinary
and tie only collecticon of fne
Michigan Pins
FOBS AND SPOONS
Qiuliy Best - Prices Right
Michaigaun and Prat. Stiri s.
WM. ARNOLD, Jewler
89-0 S, SMantSt.

Dividends

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Get Yours.
AT THE
CO=Oyp

lnusic
Every day one hears
people say "If I were in
college again, I would do
snore in the line of cul-
ture. I would learn some-
thing shout nmusicso as to
appreciate good mu s i c
when I hear it."
Students of today cer-
tainly have splendid facil-
ities for such study.
Courses in all branches.
of music are given hy the
best-prepared instructors,
at; very reasonable rates
at the ,
University Schooloaf Music
Maynard Street

*Cbe !tuaents' ltecture Association
Season of 1907-8
John Tetmple Graves
Dr. Brander Mattliews
Lreland 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 RE-
DUCED TO - - $2.00
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