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January 29, 1908 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1908-01-29

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THE MICHiISAM t ATL IV________

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
G. H. Wild Comfpally baaigeio-Ai cr ox
Or Spring 908 line of fine EDITORS
Newst..................A. F. Ritchie
Imported and Domestic Athletic..... David F. Stevenson
1 sxcange..H...-. John Wambold
Inusic anti Drama.....Roy D. WVelh
Womens Editor .Louise Van Voor'is
Sw EDITORIAL STAFF C dm
WOOLENS J.W.MCandless Elmer C dm
Russell XMFarlanti
Is now ready. It inlndes all Hiram S. Cdy George H. Hobart
the latest Novelties, Shades Chamcey Bouer B. G. R. Williams
and Upto-Date Pattertns in lRaymod Visseler
Moose Brown, REPORTERS
Caribou Tan, L. C. Reid Lee A White
Leather Shade, l. I. Mrlighi J. H. Prescott
Grays and A. L. Mainline Robert Montolr
Fancy Blues. Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Ik'alir K. Towers Louis Kratt
Yotur patrontage respectfllyLv ewnis T. Kiiskerni Roert Moreland
solicited. Paul Greer Samusel H. Morris
_______________________ Otto Engel Fred . Gooding
BUSINESS STAFF
G, 1. ildoominyJ.. Wr Carl H. Adam
311 South State StreetHaodPGul
________________________ Address: MCtGANc DAILY, Press Bldg.,
__________________________ Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: 1-2 p. i., 7-8 p. t.
Sw eaters daily, except Sunday. Both phones
Jerseys
and
s ~\II FINESI., JANUARY at, 1005.
V ests noffreatrfotalcics
who hadciitihetask si of caiusing his
reaerswi s aslctioniu sf theycrs
o f f ba ihcs stsiow"th ristiiniiri
I U II cestrncimis.Ile hasher
osoeotht rungsltint ittis
parioite soutry olyltas xi'etmorals
Itchado the gants xx'ho ihlait
- Itos;, they r tposxerful,iiostut, on
'iars, utiuey sre larlyIto eic luedi
For a short ftie nly insclssuiiisusedtinIiticrcal swols.
The iscritic doescsnoit koin ii xst PIsi-'.
iontet i ss -i'igrua s iipslyd. cun l
ixsi~nshtzy abut wha itstscool iluss
AT" l Thei1 manli) ,is o oi'c ii xritig in'
inithr juidgig ofachleltes. Niter are
clofthii losiniiiei es'tsiho iiiicsistnlt
Shneehn & Co. go- a hyl eusi xprecd
Student Bookstores irsi,,,, Ii tiiiustie rcougnzed ithct
thiii stakiieili'isionuwuis's'chcondiitionus ii
th s u rt' tiracticll' coivetci iti
A. G.tr ut. 'heuspaationlofii cs ads1west
o~' '''s' has benics omplte as if they wxer
_____SPALDIiNG '.QPApolsc uidiclsonus diffetplaetsil. ur toa
'-~... & BROS. J '.""'.e iisxciishabclit of looking lixaridsthisAt-
antisciositifIss eductional ideals, xwe
The Largest Manufacturers in the World hisse to s oiiisexent kept easerti at-
of Official Athletic Supplies loicsi u eea iwo hns u
Ease Ball, Foot Ball, Glf, Lawn 't'.iiicguclsn1)itig.Tu
Iennis, Basket Ball, Hockey coleges ii tatusctioi bein self-suff-c
Official Imspemenrts tr Trak ad Fild Spots dicni. ihsav' 111,1 tll ocasio ti cosidiser
Utnifrmsfotr all Sports. Spadisg's Hasdsomeyort 'dig tleishv enLn
Ilustrated Catalsgsr o all sports otans iicssslhx.Oratltcsnu-eleitsn
meross sgestios. Sedfr it. It's free. duet'r.iiututeit ionl iian riual degree
A. G. SPALDING & EROS.
Now York.Othicao,t. Lois, SaolFrnisose.Witl oircsctilrship.
Mitisespuils. Desver, Ituffalo, Syrase Pits- It i. possile,.in 'iiiwtoftexefats,
bre. Phiadelphia, Bston, Otouloatl,Balti-
sore. Wasintonlo, Khasas City Cleeland, toses i i Thicgats switdrlawsal fromt
Now Orleans, Detroit, Montreal, Canada.

the Con.iifeee anit ter grosing friend-
slip ithsil the ast a prsvidet eletmett.
SIe isll cr'westerniicliirs amtong the
stranlgers withi honior. It iillte lie
pivi.ilege is, esablishi soe kiiidlofiia
real commntiiication betweetiunikownt
parties, and xill do a service to both.
"The country is becoming nationalied,
sectional idistitctions are vanishing, the
property of each is becoming commonx ts
all; andI this nesw itoe of Ibihigat.
tsr hliec, is a sign,. aiiinaluyte ati ad-
iitiontal cause of it.
'ClI iArsTSOs's IETY5.
Sonis eiseks ago we rejecedi the
craftiy romphtingts of sui office seeker
iso tidesireil s to foitnti a sciety ws'hiih
shioulil lstersani regulate the organia-
tions mtoemenrit in the Uiersty. VWes
srs' toiw'requs~ tedl to secure stdentlciiupl
piort for a coinsieity."'xwhose purpoxi
shall tse'the iitchancige iii coiililsenc..
We shrewdilylsuspiect this is ai selilersts
111111 to put111 iniaiusfalse posiitiii. Otis
cisslid sarcelt' Its'expeedeitoiitake tes
sstmpsfor such a cause uniless implledti
lit tersonal mosties iii te msost its1
chiaracterWXe ds noslt essnfess to sitl
uoix cx.ansithterfore refuse toibecoet
iisteresed itt the prject. I it is ads-
Mie urtemslper' wisies, weivountter
thi' iis uc: the sciety hadut bette' li-
secret,liothls ctoinmembesrship, ntilcon-
ettto;iniorils'r'ts prevenst sddenci
Ilsctiuti lii'.in tie 'sll, lit itiextectid
itittliiraiis'sifroimsicollege, thentcssslecf
shitip isodi rlstt tii''11 his ndui it wxould
tbe a greutt stoks f sateraft tic elect
toi honioraryctiiilei'esllipi(ndiby slicesl
p'ro'.i'ions) ito the piresitet'y, a catatls'
Chsmt,gis!uThe osicticts'.
iso colilie. .
lilIII]GAN ACAIDEMIY OF
SCIENCV MEETS IN APRI1.
Te .IicligastAcaemyciut'fiScicec
wsil hoili its annuials-mi fereic teestthe
Unsivi'rsittsdirig the flst xw'ek iiApril.
st ill,, smetim ule as the Shoolmastr'
chit,.T'l c ademyuti is an orgniation
comipocised sif science teshes ciind pr-
'sus iiterestedin iisciren. Its umembel~r-
shis nComp tosdciflyil'of sns in the
scienle'deptiartmiets oiftle jiiixcisilx
f ilicluiguuutasnittacers iithis'nsoital
schools andI colleges sit the sat. lh'ce
acc someutewxs lt'metmbles.
The uiciose osithleacaemyitt'is toad
xanue tie scices in the saste inti to
furthircresearceht work. There sre sexen
seetionu sf thurecdemyut'.eactiofxwhici
hiuols its lull umeetings. Thuy r5esirs
folios:uit'. eszoolg't, gogrcphty'
megeush sat' nitairy science, agiciuhusr.
itnd this science techlers' sctionu. 'Thr
stter hInst s sessions xiti the bio-
logical sectioin of the Shoolmateitrs
clib. The agriscultuirsalsectioutn etst
this Michigant Agricultural college.
nHeFsITss''e'cs'TE .us RtInODS x ssnuS.
Onuly three students tools the Rhodes
examnaiits' t sldl here rcnty, xhie
hlst tear eight triedt to qiuslift. Mihi-
gistwas retreentedl li' cue., Jamues K.
Watkins, 'oo~ lit. Thuroiler twxo rust
testants we're Allert . Walath, of
Hillsdle college. atil Afr. I offuinu, of
Hotie college.

N E\I WACTERIOI.OGtCAL,
GERM'S IDISCUSSED tY NOVY'
tDr. Frederick Novy't has teent giig
speial letuires ini bauctr ilogy duriunig
thur past twosats. Out Mondiay.'he soe
oun thur various forms and carateristic
of spirochae nd on Tuesday his sub-
ect wsas on trypanosomes cund tmore
e~secially on the forms whih arc found
iun eases of he sleepiung sickness of Iti-
sia andu Africa. Dr). Nor5' and his asi-
sistanths hae douemucuht sork ot these
orgautsmus iun hislaoratories id lusts'
uenutinstrumunutal its the formng of
muodercr ounceptionu of utueir culture cd
effects. Thurlceturxsincre illusrated
hi' lansctensiden prpratiouns of thur or-
galisls showing hein-itu hur vriouss
formts andul deelopmettis.
Mscant)Trarna
Chleyrh 'Grapein and ciiAnntia Chasn'
ini "Thur A'.'akenitg' of AIr. Phpp,'." tintk-
usd alage'ous'.'last s'v'nuig. hi.
Gr'ape'iniiuptheldl hi. r'putationisi s'
comupanyu. Thur soug".were catichy autu
thin dauning good. 'The'sconsidhsch i
sw'hichu Air. 1Pipp1 sasuxrecover'n'guhifromu
thin "eighti before" secmeto tbeunesp-
cialyaprciated , i is of this-hrl-
uusecnsot itutiolsih ssucudmhuusnu. The
st.'deeform'antces's h itled txihlufutntasui
sta(ash.'siguch it uwihithe uduuuin.'s'
Geori ge kil's sucssfulh cmedyl.
" 'Just Ottf Collhegs,.'xwil in'thur t-
trcistion t stthur New'Whitin' theaut'r'sn
Saturd Fet b 'sh. I. Biutbblitg overu xxtut
go'.odih lutoriusi'. '. ansuutsiusswu it, usigitusi
muusic,tuand wsithu aicourus of pruett' gils.
''Just Outh ofiColg'''slhul uhrepeatits
fome litin iithis cii.
hu T ''heuCtounity Chasitiirma,'''''1c (cl-
hege W~iiid'w 'satuh"Birdh Cnter," G'org'
Adeha ssscetd itmla15'humortusoht'. uu'
aster tp,s b ut itt "Just Out of Clleg"
is' is sidutohavusuecitsedl uuu.tliug hun
huas' everit'onesitsn ithis hin.
Celebrauted Martin Maundolius aud
Guiars arc best for mtusical cubs.
Schaeberle & Sou, uo S. Mai St. ed
Alarmt clocks warranted for ote year,
$.oo. Hailer's Jewelry' Store, 216i S.
Mlain street. sod
Since 188 u'shave made Watfch Re-
paicing outs of our strougest features.
Hailer". Jewery Store, 2t6 . Main
street. od
Hand hammtered jewelry at .Foster's.
Seat Sale
The Recruiting Officer
Fesb. 6 anid 7
At WAHR'S BOOK STORE and
NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
BOX OFFICE

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ABRAHAM
LINCOLN'S
Centennial
OUR LINCOLN OFFER
We have a titmitedtnumbuter sof
sets of thur conuplete wvritinugs of
AbrahamtiLinucoltu.The Ibooks ice
attractively hboundstandt ushtttp iii
tine voluttes. Osurepliie for the
etutire srt (iunludintg the suibscrip-
tionu to Current Literatue foeroouc
year, rausuedh at $3.00) is 63.90 fur
the cloth bindsitug, 'snit$5.00 fusethin
leatuhuer bitnditug. These sets sure out
rexhubition atitherofuncr isestore'.
WA HR' S
Bookstores

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I Stats Sttu i l Street 5
I Free

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A $20) Kodak
A $10 Kodak
A $ 2 Brownie

I1st Price
2nd Price
3rd Prize

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Mow 1man1y)rolls of fitsn
I dev elopesitnmothtls,
J'an.Ist, 07 to JutneIst,
oS. One gness wi th usvery
roll of filmus developed.
Prices for desvelopcung
'and pin~tig gutaranteesd
as low us anywshere. us
Ann Arbor.
LYNDON
PHOTOGRAPHER
[BAILEY A EDMUNDS1
121 EAS[r LIBERTY STREET
Lags collection of orditnary
adteonily collection of fine
Mihiga n Pin s
FOS AND SPOONS
nai Bust - Prices Righut
Mihgn and Frat. Stinues.
W .ARNOLD, Jewler
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