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G. L. Wild Comfpanly
Our Spring 1908 line of fine,
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENSI
Is now ready It includes all
the latest Nouselties Shades
and Upto -ate Patterns in
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Leather Shade,
Gays and
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Your patronage respectfully
solicited
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311 Soh Stae Street
The most complete
line of
Endizieerindj
Books
Drawing~
Irnstrv.Jmerts
Aiid supplies of every
description cait be had
here.
You'll find it to your
advantage t o ge t ou r
prices hefore huying.
New and Second Hand
Texts for all Depts.
AT
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SPALDING
& BROS.
The Largest Manactrers in the Word
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Bal, Foot Ball, Gol, Lawiq
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
OfficiaImIspieenets tor Track ad Field Sport
tUniforms o aii Sports. Spadin's Hadsomey
Iustated Cataoee ot all sports cotaissss-
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Atfsiiging ]Editor-Auccuig F. RICiiI.
Business Masager-C. E. WINT A.
EITOR
News ...........Hiram S. Cdy
Athletics-. .. David F. Stevenson
Exchange .....I. John Wamold
Music and Drama.....Roy D \elch
WNomen's Editor.... Louise Van Voorhis
EITOIAi STAF
J. W. MCandless Elmer C. Adams
Russell McFarlaid
NIGHT EIDITORS
I.e.CA XWhite Georgeit.-IHolart
Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
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I. C. Reidi 'IThron P. Cooper
l. B. Mlttghs J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainlinr Robert Mounsier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kiny
XXaIltr K. 'Towers Louis Kaft
Lewis T. Kniskern Robert Moreland
Patl Gree Santel I. Morris
Otto Eingl Fred E. Goodiig
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wre Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gold
Address : MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Managers Hours: - - p. I., 7-8 P. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
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SUNDIAY FEBtRUARfY t6,98.
T eaomig (f A. Lois Nfaeli f
tile Univrsity ot Pris is worthy of
noteI. The opportuniy (f heari li-
tiIglisllcd scholars from homernd 1(
abi roald is one' of the advanlotges ,deriel
fromu ivrsity life. Al. Madelin enjoys
anI enviable 1reputaltiolas(Is cl lCar, 11n(
is saidl toI le anin lterestig speaker.
lhe iDaiy truss11h0t he will return to1
'Pris wi111 a faoraleie imprlesson of oulr
Un Iiversiy mid(1 11(stlplesnlt reolle"
Iti s highly reditablle tiat the manil-
aes (f te Whiitniey theater are able
to1 say itt te aaeebeel left pnae-
tCaty 1undisuredlby sudet rosdyim,
and1that1the 'lievurersieiiein illttedi-
aneat tle plays hae sowniiteii-
se s aprecaie of the higeIr kiid
of (lrk heNWhtney hias ibeel trying
to prsetIt sows 111at1te ays of
(lhe lit rulig-hou~ses atithile Athes ie
iterindltha there is really ai ideiande
fer goiddraimiaiat Michigan.
'Pie lpresentaioIn of Seridai's "School
for Saidal" next seek will lenale
for svetal resiis, and(1lmayproe ill
be ICh((ost saisfacory prduciltioi of
lilt-ytee from a purlely idramiai sand-
pon.Iisi bleing saged, we -er, y
al caltichlilias (ell seleedeilwith the'
grehates cre' frouc allIthose swhiiihove
11(11 irimiaiceexperience iie Uiiver-
sity or oiitsiide. The play itself has a

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beiig ivengo nd((ee tie auspies of the
Womasi Iii51ea('((, alillfr the purp~loe
(f assisting"tie Union. If aiy class
ilacinglligCeneosiy aiiii good1 will.
i is ccirtainly notthe womnen of ti
taos csils lull hedeserve the ig-
est degree Of commendation for their
ICC ill pttilg n this pl, not alone
beeas'e of is intinsie merit, ut te-
cause (f thirii irpose inlprsetig it.
A N.C sell CiiC.see
Can te stiffening of te rhetriece-
quliemlelts hale'ay effeet onle fiitulre'
(It ((liecollegiate slang.,Just imagine
the mlegradnate it-mindinhg his bois-
Il haveie' 5f' iihedlthis effusi on ii
reticf. 'Ihe exigcuies of the hour
demanda a iegee of quiiet whieh is in-
compat~i~ibleiht h bde' exberane of eose
no(isytulilre." Aas le gospresesri-i
One hash (eulffmeltie Alihienea
polser comittlliee'yeseriay.lie flt'usalely
lacid Al. 'Tutle ((a(the' ger. 'WXheii
approachieled wihi it'(request that11lie dis-
play onae of the(ilnCIw laosers,lhe (I-
nvri i p n 111liy og lidso\fr
''l arie etitil jolic ((((is tlt ' i I Ci
pah ill' i (l.' 'l'hs (was 11(1(1'iilo fii'l-
man bEnglishI is,1follow1s 'Slut'wajls.,
but( shi n't hare11(a1c lo." "'on'tilel
this get intoThe' I )C1ilt.slIillh- pro
fessor1.
before tie Al ihganenlsiillc'nigo to
prsis the deisinoftht momentousi~il
lilt-ion-''Who ia the reptIilestgirl ill
lie 'cnine lit lass"
Alicigaii iieiihve fr soiie timie
lt' campu15s, utthe flid tal is re-
ssib hle for their difficl'i ts cmes,'5.wee
'T'he senior~ girls think ilat havea
god joke (oi the' "ma1(11" swh elected
lhugish tol l dramleliat~i elellililie.
PRLII 1NARY ORAORCICL. CIINCSS.
'T'he pretliinar cntlests ef the 1901)
is,,iheld uer le asicles ef the (ra-
torieal A'sioiationi,1(111olslceC eserelt
ill two sntions. onein lthii'iioriinig aiid
tlie oiler ill the afternon the sc-
cessful aniiaities fr the ils lre'
IHenry S. Ariisronig Ilocare Barkilill,
WX. J. Colgai, F. B. McKay, I-. . Por-
ter aiid A. f. Reynolds. ''ese contest-
antis will meet Monday eening at 8
i'cloek, Roars B,.law buileing. Mbem-
es of le faeuly siill act as judlges.
If you want your shoes reairee 00
they wilt look like new, leave ieii at
dieAMoierii Shoe Reair Shop, 9ii R.
WXilliaum S., the slop that gives you
pronmp sericet and corteos trea-
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preidlent thenIi n iewly eleedle (((Il
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mo~sinsance, libsoltelytufiilllia~r.
'll electioni (f Ipresidentlwas(a15in
gameICofcanlce. 11(5 cnidate foriI te (i
memerlior toi(0their leci tIllhe
councl, wolit lt'celeed e olthe presi-
die. (regrlessI f hsqaiiai
ll t'hequalifiIcations1 (f thloteri' n
ICCrs,-thatI of eleetinig a leadle'.-whicihl
teweeinl 1(0psiiion peri In tofill-
I. ASa restil e cuni~~llemed-liit
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presentlhe mlil t-s (prloie fole 1(1
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semeste, lby ((('il ill (f ite CIIIIl i (-1(
are1torougly'faill. wC~ihitheca1d1
dtfceitaidae inasit(hilnltib jd
It'he ysteutis 1101 undemo(((Illic150(1
'['ileiDily hsistalited.IllIt eelCila
abv hels lilht Cpriig, wilciainet
(-ote for hifsIC-Ider Ifori onle sililiser. II.
fultess. oreiplacesthe ei lecllt i iof (I
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(f tho- one most c'apabile toIoad
AsreIs lt-Celctionlof aliohe
offcers (f tit'cunlIc~iilte ((1(11 electeIdI
Ito hieC eleisedlbylthelilt-Il aIIlsieciC-d
cll t' oucl~lil togeher for is is
metlin((fillthelitsesteri1'. .s att-
siilineededleel gisatiniregrdig Ihe
occurinlginill h tealyIlpart.i of (lhe fis
seimeser, cuii ld n t 11(had i ((duc lae.
Ih rsetsste51m fillther reieie'
this Cr1, a11 iCrois f11(1 elct11
at Ihe last mcctiii" of the secndhscnes
tellof a pres''identlfollite is smestr
of le followngyarl s esltl.tlil
couclis neveri swithoitapidet
Respetfllyi t,
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LOST-Silver ope-face wach, oil
Ann street eween trifh and11 thaer.
Initials IL.tE. P ider pleaetrnto
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and Supplies
All kinds of SecondHand Books
taken in exchange forcash.
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(The neatest thing ever
putont
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IN
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FOR
UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS
'school of Music*
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Ube Ztubeuts' lecture association1
Season of 1907-8I

Feb. 24, John Temple Graves
Feb. 28, Leland T. Powers
Mar. 13, Opie Reed
Mar. 20, Oratorical Contest
Apr. 6, Dr. Brander Matthews
May 1, HON. JOHN A. JOHNSON, Governor of
Minnesota.

TICKETS FOR COURSE INCLUDING RESERVATION RE-
DUCED TO - - $2.00
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