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January 21, 1908 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1908-01-21

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THE MIC141CA14 DAYL~r

fl TITI71JTHE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Ii. t WlQ U~ll~ll~ Managing editor-PAUL SCOTT MOWRERs.
I Business Manager-C. E. WINSTEAD.

The Largest Stock
illthse City
of
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WOOLENS
For Gentlemen's Wear
Everything required for Suits,
(Overcoats, t ascy\ e stinse and
Trioisserings, ad ot high etas
fabrics anatlotpecial stytes..
Full Dress Suits al
Specialty
G. H. Wild Comupanly
311I South State Street
A
Few
50Ci
Miochigan
Calendars
F-or 25c
Each
whiltle they last. These
are the Origtital Micltigan
Calenidars c ost t ai o i n g
aboutt5o vtews of Antn
Arlbor. We save butia
fewleft outtof ass editions
of 2100
S heeh an & Co.
Student Bookstores
A. G.
a NSPALDIiNG(PADN
q K &IBROS. qA
1The Largest Manutacturers in the World
at Otficial Athletic Suplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Gsolt, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
OfftciatlImplemneanta r Track cud Fietd Storts
Unitaremn tar att Sparts. Spatdiue's Handsuonety
Ittustrated Catacueofatl oteprts contains u
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gasTass
News'............A. F. Ritchtie
Athletics ........... David F. Stevenson
l xcttalge...I... John tWasmbtotd
iftssic attd Drasna...Roy D. Welcs
\Vfottett'a Editor. ... tLoaisr Vats Voorthis
EDITORIAL STAVV
J. W. McCandless Elmer C. Adorns
lttsssrlt tcliartsstsu
NIGHT EDITORS
HiTram S. Cody George H. Hobart
Chassncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymsondt Visscther
REPORTERS
L. C. Reid Lee A White
AT. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L.. Mainline Robert Mountsier
Lowetl J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Fatter K. Tlowers Lottis Kraft
tewvis T. Ksniskeris Robert Mereland
l'ail Grecr Sasmssetlti. Morris
Otto Entgel tFred Ei. Gooding
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wurz Carl H. Adam
lHarold P. Gould
Addressa: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
TTVI SI)AY, JANUARY 2s, s1^oS
I itI:;i'IONS tNt) ADVICE.
Th-ideas ciflPresidenst Scthurniant of
C orsellt sithirefereste tosspeciatizationt
duicng the iiidergradtute couse, mtay
be wsortthrev'ieistsgusthss tssse, whets
heistethod of etectinsg stitdies is beisng
cagdso radically. tie susggests thtat
hrec sthouitltie aitefinite aism insviesw
roi thili legiinuig of the juniior year,
ithlit to ightenis te tasktof cttoosiag
thcretholdbe ltautdtiefore ttte stisdent
itlvo-ncar couitrses ptanisedt hyedutcationtal
experts anid teadlisngtil to stedicisne, law,
jounais, 1nd they other professions.
For ticiispectice irofessiossatstiudetits
suchcurses ace- alreaidy pretty definitely
laout at ;Michigan. The mast who
fundieiris unidied ansd unadlvisedin s the
elesie-silclt'ie sis tie osn ethose
speiciiltly is to bic amosig those to which
teacts antI hitmanities trait tirectly.
Tc'aching, in atny stiecial iranchl, ioturnal-
ism. easthe tmiiiistry, the consuslar
seccvicc,-fcswif aniy if these occuctuios
ire us lcrstooaibytihle astpiranits to he
iest iattainsabiclie criaiin well sacked
mute. Cuiuiciltaion wsitt a professor
is, ticb sure, a .cure for all ills;ht-
cot t osomit ourselvs5to the diai-
ciiiii coparisiiniofiithe cure asdtihs~e
dtiaec-iners'eCV are tar sosnic reasons
little used. _1s i coliseqcitese sonic of
iour iutiire minlisiers ace tdeficiesit ini
btilisociology andilethics; and asubassa-
dorsthat-hope-tuo-bie, thiosgh ignorat
alikecfIu istuoastatiese, G~ermsassatid
F~rechliinthie mIiselves triumsphanstly
cescent if tiey tave reaid a feis soluames
on intcrnioillll relaitions.
If stitienits aceIci sipecialize after their
illiilicyeair, they shtiuidlnot tie allowsed
toi falitimas iti lie itdea that sipecializa-

'tiosi masirigii l shiiceess-asait
of themr ilo--r lie t iilol sbjlecs lare'
eqealilyspertientu..Ahanisdboik, itr a
age in te Cateldar to griiiup corses
suttier heads f the idifferet cmmoni~s
enitlcius hhs siwolid "e'a alliialtil -
LMusic Aat3 Urara
OnitWednhiesiay ferioioiiat 4:30, the
osllwing trograme sill le gienliati the
schollitof \Music by piiiils iii Albet
LoickwiiiiilaisilWilliamitIHowslaiiid. 'fle
pubilic is invtisied to lesrecitals.
'Thirtv-tiwo Variatiuons....ffelhou-u't
'Miss Viian Lyiii.
hia Niite I tlle.... .fGgii't 111
M\iss Mart\Whlit.
fCarice. lcesl.Ch. Guf, Sintl-,'iiioil
WVilloiughbly Boughtotn.
Lanmor............. uodad
Mitss tranices Joyce.
Sitl . . . . Otscs
M\iss Lura Sherffius.
Qulandoli a ito(Fasst)......... .Gul
-Miss Ie ITrubl.
Pasorale............ Scrlili
Romanuice ........... Sefisliliu
Julie Wsager
"Stagela tier lbrigt adilfair',. .H. fodc
-Miss HlenestWright.
Scherzo, H fattitinisr...... ii hpiii
MfirssIHeleia B.-Muss.
IWitli the rdcltionin illrices te .51:
esic has nolticeab~ly inproeit s bil.
Thisiweeki a ew,hiswer scdleio f
laices ges intel effect at this hous.
Regular patros of te theater foitnid
last night the best lll yet preseteci
here. The heailiner lake's circus f
traistedaniiimals, wsas a remsarkale aii
"Thle XWillardh temple of .usic" is ani
etertaiinsg spectacular smutsical act'.
The oiler acts lre satisfactor.
'eats; WAste "rA'T sisH E IT'N'E.
'T' perfosaince of "Tei Rials" lst
night astte Witsey theatier aby luh
Jefersionibrithers tas iell receisci.
Siiiientis uaiihppblic swelcimet their op -
prunlity t see a real hpla i aireit
play'houlse lby large parcoage and11 en-
tusiacs. The splayitg f the Jeffersutti
sas a1 deciidedhtreat. The spportci ias
adiqutae asti acceptable.
siBETeos s ANessDi i ioTYM is 'i. ss
"Cla'ssmiates" whihi iill lbe playe ii
the Nest WhitnteaIiute c 'desdac'
ight.Iiwit Roet rEdesotiniithe led-'
ing ole, is a stry' of life at West Poit.
-Mr. Etdesait plays the hillel if a seiiii
caidet frtiim South Caroliia. IHIc silt
he. Slporedt by' Fraink J lstece.a
firsiser Anns Aror tian.
Three yelrs ago Mr. Meslnye sas
leadisgstasn withs Mlrs. Fiske ii "tek'
Sharp.' Thue net year he spportel
Nat Goaodswin in "A Gileil Fool" isti
later its "The Anmerican Geteas." Ia
these two plays le aadei rnscoti-
nental tour. This is -Mr. Mchsntyre'i
secondillseasn withi Rbert Fdesos.His

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LINCOLN'S
Centennial
OUR LINCOLN OFFER~
'We ItuVe a limaiteitnusnbser 'It
sets of thee comcplete xsiritings at
AhrahaestLincolns. The hooksalee
attractively' bossnid15511pht up inl
enine volsuemes. Otirptice for tile
entire set (iencldineg thse stibserip-
hioes to Currenst Literatuire fore1'
sear, vauued at $3.a0) is 5s3.90 tfot
thse cloth hindling, ad .$3.o for tile
leathsr bineinieg. Thiese sets art'oti
exhtibuitiossat either if isiir store.
WAHR'S
.Bookstores
.StaeSteet Stil st 'tO
G. C. [.ARII[[.Li

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af.lI/IIthu'c'asiiHfe .p/'uuil "i Clhaiiatea.

plaig etileib''lasuugriati's''y1hes copul-
ing. andtif t bcoesalosi
equal iof ithe 1stella 11rlle. 10
\ 1111 te illsi' ale sut Ii ofi tle
Makile circus ecispany usthchis t'elead-
i , atrcin at lthe' illiestic tt ''ate'r
and1 kickiigta 'ae t eetcsticihuu
thaicl tar. IIi lii' Ho l'Iign,"cia
111111,.rodiiti it oii1pui Ii ticou'ghtihti
ste-i et.I ssl id that 111 ikthecircus
is a s hiitte leu lii Iin t her. ii Ii' rt s .app
Ie lisreiiiidlok it the.pillous an
1stinnutnts at Mrlr I ihi'siuis3514 Suuti
Silate streit, bfie h tiusuigitoidecorati-
forthe"J"H. lrea sot. fy51an
55.5 NiTI H-Roiom-mtiatse. Nice friiit
sui hieioie-half 11111romCampults. C-ut
at 2107 Siiitslittugult's. 82-83~
Ticket Sale
The Recruiting Officer
Wahr's find Box Oticre
NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
Prices 25c to $1.00,

Law and Medical
Books
Treves Antotsny, NLss
Editions,(jstkreceivedl.
Stimsoms Fract tsresasnd
i:locations, New Petit-
ion. Morris Anotornty.
3rd Ed. lialf eather,
$2.50, h a lf iotioccot
$3.00.
These are new books and only
a few left.
Ca hs or exclsansge yotur Law-.
Medical andh Denutal Books.

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C. E. BARTHELL
[Tel 761. 326 S. Shale St.
Largest collection of ordisnary
and thse osthy collecticts of fisse
Michigan Pins
FOBS AND SPOONS
{fuality Hest - Prices Rlight
Michsigatsattd Feat. Stisl s.
W'AM. ARNOLD, Jewler.
220 Vii, Stain St.

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Get Yours
AT THE
CO=Oyp

lmusic
Every day one hears
people say "If I were in
colege again, I would do
more in the line of cul-
ture. I would learn some-
thing about music so as to
appreciate good m u si c
when I hear it."
Students of today. cer-
tainly have splendid facil-
ities for sucs study.
Courses in all branches
of music are given by the
best prepared instructors,
at very reasonable rates
at the
University Schboi of Music
Maynard Street

'Ce tubents' 9lecture association
Season of 1907-8
-John Teusple Graves
Dr. Brasnder Matthews
Lehand T. Powers
Opie Read
Oratorical Contest
Open Ntimber
The open number will probably be filled by
Hon. Win.Ii. Taft
TICKETS FOR COURSE INCLUDING RESERVATION RE-
DUCED TO - - $2.00
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