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February 19, 1908 - Image 2

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THE MI Hyd'AN r*ly-ft

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THE N
G. H. Wild Compally l~gr
Bsins
Our Spring 1908 line of fine
;des .:
Imported and Domestic Athletics
Exchange
luinnirusic and
WOOULENSIJ.<n.MCC
Is now ready It includes all k c Il
the latest Nveties Shades Chauncey
and UptoDate Ptterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan, L.C Ri
Leather Shade, M B. Mc
Grays and A LHil
Fancy Blues owelJ
Your patronage respetfully WltrK
solicted.Pal Gree
Otto gl
G. . Wild Comnpanly John F.'
311 South State Street
____________________________ Address:
- - - - - Maynar
Managers
Track daily,e
Shoes
Suits,(1alf
ill1tl1h111
Jerseys anti everythinig tcr1111 11jI
that a track mats needs littae ip
in Iis equipimeit can he tewr
had here. Our goods all e;-(, ipi
bear the famous Spalding ill'c r
trade mark which gtar- cat fact
antees the quality and cr- huls
rectness of costruction. kiiiiigi
Basket-Ball Goods can be "11 e
iici
had at ('of
fai, so
Sheehan & Co. <f,,S tt
PA.DINGO. -N t oits
Official Supplies ofillrit,
The Largest Manufacturers in the World 1111ga t
Base Ball, Foot Bal, (Uolf, Lawn oj 1
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey f111
Uniforms for nit Sports. Spadin's Handoey nIr h
tficilIpeet o rc n il prslustratd Cataoge nf aii soris contains n- _
.nroui suggestions. Send for it.-It's fre. '111
A. G. SPALDING & BROS. 111cc 1I
New York, Chico, St. Loas, San Frcinasco,
Mnnapoli, Dnver, Bufao. Syrasec, Pilts- 1"tieUi
burg, Phisdlhia, Boston, Cininnt, Bat-
more, Washington,RKnss01Ci, Cleeand, iae.
New Oreans, Detroit, Montreal, Canada.

UICIIGAN DAILY.e
Jfdor- Anciit F. RrcsnE. d
Mnger-C. E. WNSTEAD. s
EDITOS ya
... ...Hiram $. Codyp
..David F. Stevenson a
......H. John Wamboldn
Drama .... Roy D. Welch f
fditor....Louise Vats Voorhis
EITORA. STAFE b
Candes Elmer C. Adams
Russell McFarland
NIGHT EITOSd
kte George IH. Hobarts
Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymonsd Vissher c
f fTteron sP. Cooper c
:Hughs J. H. Prescott }
inlne Robert Montiere
Carr Donald L. Kinneyc
.Towers Louis Kraft
Kniskernl Robert Mreland
ar Samuel, H. Morris
el Fred E. Gooding
BUSINESS STAFF - t
Wturz Carl H. Adam}
Harold P. Gould }
MICHIGANsc DAILY, Press.Bldg.
H-Fous: 1-2 P. nitt,7-8,P. W.
'cept Sunday.- Both' phones1
CoU l111.5 'ntco A 1R.1'
c Iois of te cottty'' ti
Iill Ya se11e1r te tlptcl.5of
trdcl" aprfoirttclce 1-at-
.111 t a tltcIO lttl cle.I. Clitt
iaa bran aplontedl k'cotduct
a1111tfsrtpas re aditcy cast
1l utl. cAltis stge, oss
sc-.tixicilly neeful ttt es ry
-liiit(,Im 1i t -Itstwh tnitsgni
sr commliittes atdolail-ns may1
stheay are protperly spported.
da fils te publi11.cs-c iat pres-
wh11e in enery maly b er-r
loail xrssonit 10ta ct
bei asuracithat th11 colsntlfr
aIcanegy. too. 11111o1(111 f}i.
uhs1andfrateniies s.11tibIe-
thirirganizedtlste}ttllare
I11(ip1,11o fush stnt, for te
ofit isigiti partsl iitt Ottac'
:ion1is Itliat dcos 5l { lluniuet
pa'itl tste illtle c tilt f .
I~ris, sold i tgt ttlercn
ile affair, beng fill te 1ycetit
teelfc tidert 2dlatcbody.
'gyaliaiosouldtti feel it a pri-
cctisttripe sgmtintg and. a
11111 toiciitibrteursonethig
tic whstilec Ias alrady' losani.
1 mccmmlttec.
t iwn'iilnT ctllttclii.
more thie call for tetchers frot
arersity' of Michiganl las ben!
It is now1 tip to the seiors sho

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x peel to teach next year to register at
mcc if tey sisltto obtaith ie plnif A
nthe pedagogicsl feld. Not only .is Ie
tlty' to regiser ow acdty swhici-the
studlent owies 10 hsself. bu t ttits'
wichlie oses 1toIis alatstaer. Eact
ear the appointment commitee secures C
iOsitiols f or some three hundred- grad- o
ines. Already there are on .file a lare ii
umber of calls for teachers, and it is
or the interests of all concerned that
Uichigan graduaes should fill thee de- .
iratle posiions. Therefore, seniors.C
register swiths the committee now and e
iigligan men and woumen will be first
n, tile field to sing the praie of An
arbor to fututre geterations of colleged
tdetdcs. i
Not only lthis,silttte appoilntetilk
omsmsite is one of the few tacers's
igencies svhich secres positinsl free of
barge. The University akes care that
hipr gradulaes may secure te bs ofa
serythng and i is our tduty to co-
perate swith eetat es-ry opportutiy.p
Tuit rASNCOF T r itSUoR.
Thle recent decisois of the S. L. A.r
soard to abolishs their advaice posterst
fron thie campus is a graifying step to I
le smasy idealists who for so log avet
beeln "looking" forward to a "campus
beautiful." We take tis "occasioni, is
attniestrltheir initiative.t
,Lest ittur aesthetic tastes las ridelyt
jarredty the sad contrast, atd a lesst
pallatle mesory renain witits, eet
.shtall endeavor 10o Aterlook the lonttxg
brick piles1 ani' santd heaps whlich clus-
ter aot the i embryo 'sirtrtitleot the
Thlelanss,'riclt arcteig ltitl for ,a .
-sightllewcleslical F'titlg ill o -
tnft J~ o aclilt10tle apesraiiee;ofOr,y
Anid s'hile wsvcacnnot11'note, sillolt sollte
small11 regre, tie pasin~g of shlla latd- i
mlark as "tie seds"-sollstlnes ol-
plitteltetlby'the nisoterithe detal
bildisg--slill swe arc futll of rejilcsg
a1 atty' change, illee such mutst -be f or
tbe better.
SENIORt GIRLS WILL -OWE
)N CEFO (R SENIOR 'MEN
-1.Picetitig of the setior -its was hldi
in, Uive'rsity' Hal yserdasy' afterto.
'Tbe girls iiisiet tenito 10a5dance t
ltc git'c11aal arboit gy'mniasiimlFritay.
A\ccoirdinlg to the tsatl cstomi, Ile me
twil go ill a ody nthie girls will hte
there to receire them. The girls fell
tha they' wated 1o soss'their aplrecia-
aiii lf te cialrous acts of te y'llg
11en110inle sat,tad so teiace w110,
ptlaned. IItill differ fruts a leap year
paoy ilIthathe mn will hatets' etff1
all but ltwo ofItheirtdaics...
RU1.N I tELL WILL LECTURE
fN PRISON CONDITIONS
i:. 1). Rudell, caplaitt of ie sate
iprisols at Jackson,sil1 lectre at Tap-
"paln Iall, Thbursday evening at 7:30.
His lectire sill tte 00 prointcoitiios
as ieswetd frui th~e social stadpoiit.
Thle Sociology cliib, svhich brii sgs Mr.
Rtudell here, iiisits the geieral pblic
antd especially stdetles siterestet in so-
ciology to ateund. No admission swill
be charged.

ihlitei-collikxate Notes.
V. W'c. Koo, a Chiese stdit of
'olunlhia uiviersity, has iois :a place
n. .tt4 ..c1 tinxglte~m 'that it to meet
he Cornell .teaavc'lsoo.-..
The Columbia varsiy baseball squad
ill begin work on Monday. Frank .
oodmat, '3, an old varsity player and
tx-capainwil sil be the coch.
Preparatioins for Washington's" Birt-
sy tre iing made sat most tiniverities
n the focus of dances, teas, iiets, has-
setball gamsns, smokers, tetaes and
>peeches.
A five-year course is to be reqiret
t the lay school of the University of
Mlinnsesoa it the future. Two yas'of
reparatory traininig in arts adi sciinces
sill be required.
'The facilty' of Dartmsoluthi has iiaugu-
sated thie customs this witer of eiter-
aining thleotdeits in the college dinig -
lail. The seiors suid jitiiors sil tbe
ite felst'to Ie etertaiineid.
Intercolle~giate baseball begis early in
thle west.'hec'frt game of the sasi
005s1playd ah Berkeley 011 Fb. 7, whles
the Califoriiiaiss were defeated on a
muddy' diamond by' the 'Io1nilti All
Stars by a score of 8 to 2
Th~es'w agfatec iof Minnsota uin-
lersily' has been II tisel te '.ine-It-
ha.'- Is itlagemieiil is offering az dl-
ler for 11w lst ssiielitpiitiile "ross'1y
rilgilters' aiila siiiilar prtie fY5i 511i
article' on'te "ctelisisissy'"Ttes
Srries11111.5 ot contailin mori.thalitalo.
hundrediwtrts1Tiy montsi brigt,_
cilet:
Fealerl t litusl.for Ref- Large
htottse suitable foe fratenity or cubtIott
NotitIhi ''sisi9uu 'stret; isilcioii aiit-
i. ')r. A. J. 1Hall, .Lwrelce bilding,
cirner Foutrthl'avenue antdlAlln street.
Bell phtone 78. cod-f
See our complee line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haler'f
Jeswelry Store, 216 S. Main street. od
Twro seniors (eigiiers.'ork .lfter
gradutioni. ,OCYff.. dec Iaily. Q-2
.R002\lS-Ottelrge Iuie; ;all !ihotl-
erti coveisencce. 1ffmiiifor tre pc-
plc Prica $6.oo. At 1109 Monroe,.()1-01
Baselll-uen: if yout wattte leste
in tasebiall goods, see Spsldiig's le 'a
Clishilg's. tf
PAMIST.
Miss Loise S. Germaiie. Retitrned
to Cook House, Rools 7, opposite par-
lor. Ilalits, 25 ceits; crs, 25 cents.
Last ek ill AntnsAror f
LAIxES-Jilst rceied--tans oot-
tols-also ieswlot of tall grant water-
proof' sltocs. Purfeld's, 19 . Main
street." '96-11

Now...
TEXT- BOOKS
e all dpartmnts of he Univerity
We have asiarge stok of
SECOND HAND BOOKS
Oet One Prices on.
Drafting Instruments
and Supplies
All kinds of SecondlNud Books
taken in exchange frirb.
W AHR'S
University Booktore
IN
PIL...W
BANt'!NERS
(The neatet thing ever
Pitt out)
IBAILEY a& EDMUI'ISI
'%porttno 000o'0
121 1i3Ar LlB RTA;TREEITj
A LONG FELT WANT FITLLED
For years: p 4& ll ;eaaes of
eye. glass and spectacle lnes
necissitated sending" to a 'city to
lave the lens repacd causing, a-
dela y of two day. Outfit frtsar gin-
lng has been installed in thte opical
deptarment cof
Arnold's Jewkes'yStore
Etnabling them to give quick
service. Surely this will be appre
elated by students.

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Season of I1907-8

Feb. 24, John Temple Graves
Feb. 28, Leland T. Powers
Mar. 13, Opie Reed
Mar. '20,, Oratorical C6ntest
Apr. 6, Dr. Brander Matthews
May 1, HON. JOHN A. JOHNSON, Governor of
Minnesota.
TICKETS FOR COURSE INCLUDING' RESERVATION RE-
DUCED TO - - DaQ
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