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February 27, 1908 - Image 2

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TI{ cICH AN flA Tt ______._

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G. g. 'Wild Compally
Our Spring 1908 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENSI
Is now ready It itcludes 11l
the latest Notcties hah des
and UptoDte Pterns in
Moose Brown
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
(frays and
Fancy Blues
Your patronage respettfuly
solicited.
G. . Wild Comfpany
3I1 South State Street
Bargains in Recent
Fiction
Books that have sole for
$1.20 we are offering at
50C
Half a Roge Ie6Peraii
Pain ITc leu
Lion and the Motse J0,ihi
Garden of Allah flii/s<<:<
Seneryof Gratstark ltlC('tc o
Reuse of a Thotsand Cadeles
Went Patisy Went itoitilege
Hearts aid Masts tHlv
Sheehan & Co.,
Student Bookstores
". A. G.
tl ~ S PAL DI N G(SKi 1o
&BROS. L^
The Largest Manufacturers in the Word
of 'Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Official Impemet fo Trck ad Fid Sports
Uniforms for alt Spots. Spadigcs Hdsomey
Illstated Cataogue of aii sports cotans nu-
meos seesibns. Sed for.-Its frr.
A. . SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, St. Lous, San Fruncssco.
inneapoits, Dener, Boffato, Syracuse, Pits
br, Phltadephia, Boston, Cininnati, Bati-
smore, Washinioto, Kansas City, Cerrand,
New Orleans, Detrot, Montra, Canada.

[I THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t/ ..sgittgEIidtr-ARCHtER F.RICI.
Business Manager-C. E.-WrNo'EeA.
\ces..s ......Hiram .S. Cody
.ticis. .::....tee A White
FExctruge...... H. John Wambold'
Nlusic sod Dratna...Roy D. Welch
Wiomen's Editor. ...Louise Van Vooris
EDITORIAL STAF
J. W. McCandless "Elmer C. Adams
Russell M~arandi
NIGTtoED ITORS
George I. IHobatio LI. C. Reid
Chauncry Boucer B. G. R. Williams
Raymosd Vischer.
REPORTERS
\M. 1. M~ctigth J. H. Prescott
A. tL. Hainline Robert Mountier
Lowetl J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Wutlter.. K. Towers,. Louis Kraft
Lewis T. Ktilern. Robert Moreland
Pitt Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto iEget Fred E. Goodiig
Theront P. Coper
BUINES STAFF
John F. Wre Carl H. Adam
tarott P. (God
Adtress: MICBIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
MCanger's Hours:; I- p. i., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Boils phones
ft lllSt) 'Y, Pt;tiRtiAti's27, io.
I., tetriying anticptiois of te
is -Io-e sogottenti"irt inigtt" thave
come tan ..ne plrasie ~tyr,,in te
frtcoic pera eersetadgedt ty 'Micii
- t todetLAnd teoeevcnt mrrsks aIe
tel i sinr Ithitiryr- fr nt its ydos
it coke 'c;t iitisid y of gu ttett
our "ilicge 5urat odyts ps~esses-ut
more impo turtant titl', it dit.ttistr-ieste
tht scioi ttt te ewer. -Mictign sprrt
hit c gen tct that tentrit tie wayof dt-
.c urn' i ldus fo ts ari tis sui
lin oppota its or uits etltiatoii
11 t. 5ii hetsidas of te ttetic or
til5ttii wits stit iithte success of tte
olwr: is due tlany secil gotdt forttie
E iisii chites wtoetti ie tttttcto
"tak 1 t.m, nr cni iitc, it, as of
t. C. s-it. 1 cirsusiiitc Vereir tat
ihetltnll is repsible ttcfor murcr of
it meit. t 'rillerutaas 5c oiptose-
Ibth ns atndtsores-by und'cergradtuates
the ft.tt rersetties, are udeigh-
iltiitititi, te ies fttt bron witt
tttt-amus t, anit ttt et the
prmtonnatiss tatu estersrgers Avere
ipte..'Asidtefromuthetrechttiicl ar-
rtgnis itoftge, tritinesssaitdte
ike, At jetigerritti5slicht~igt,andt
s iletineiitg "cetih" to te "fe-
whot~se terts, ttaticee nitwiting
til he etiertsotloytty ievoicit to
It wouldttt tot trueseers sitglrrnor

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untexprectedt, if in iis, "or" first pro-
dttittr, tere ttadi teetinmay costly
sitis, tlostcres, awkward thats, ad
iuny embattrrssmetnts-andt it is tie
mrore a surrprise anti deligitta tie
wheitiatff air should ave gone off so
smoothiy. The miusic sas striinig, via-
cious. typicat of -coege life, and of
extraordinary, qaliiy; the costumes
were sworthry of a "frt-rate" company
the impersonations of campus celebritie
simrply deicious;sd te.audience more
eitiftsiastif! than setrve seen for meany
aday. f the chrus 'girlsswere not
trp to tie highest starrard of piqrani
bieatty or their voices a bit husky, who
wili say theyrdid sot make tie most
of their taientis, sord lay ldefcierncies
to ack of pomade.
'fie University oes a debt of grai-
tude to Messrs. Wec,Haires ard e-
rtt, to tie cast anticomnmitteeneio ut
trove labioredt so liing anti so success-
fulliy.
',\ictigertta" is-s provers itself a fi-
anco io asei as social anti artistic strc-
cess, san that it sill ie the forerunnier
tf mtany strci producrtionrsithtie frtre,
is a foregorne corelisior.
M1cICGNPLEADoS "NOT GUITY'
Te injusry ardiisrepute stfered b
librtaries thrrughrtieitrge proportion
f incomrte senit osrbildsinirgs is te stb-
ject of tie ledig eitoril in "Public
i res" for this rmot. Isstaces, of
sohitch thibranriy of tinstrsrity is
ntl one-are citedi soere t.irS securing
of a nessbilinirg htoobees a positie
dettriert, tiere-sger iaran of tie reenurr
iing divrered to tieest strrctrre.
ITestinstrrces gr to prove" srtes
iihe eitor, osirati oe roe saidi tay
timres htir ib iirary buriinirg is ofter
tihe tery 1ast trig a lirary boarisould
'ptroierirress lie icome of tie library
is srufficient to proside first ,for the es-
sentialis ittlibrary setvse namely, a
goondlirarian, a goodi sppy of books,
arrd anreqipmirrent necessary to isribute
daily tie ooks nil to omeet .tie oter
wvaits of the iser sf tie ibrbary"
Ho mov ranyof these essentas is i-
bratry service" soe-iorr ownsiibr-ry pos-
sess ? Ittao at its ieadi augoon lbrrian,
tundser whtose direton it irs grossnr con-
sidieratlyin iitie past fewt years A good
sutppliy of books isowrotownedi by the
Usivrersity, tit to ie at sit progressive
alarge tnurirber rrmust e tiraddeicor-
statlyt. /Howrever, if any- sore booiks
tre to ire- addedtC ti thery, it is
quite eletre tirtittiore space miurst soot
ire atddedi fse tieiroer storingtof tie
touts. Othrwise tietolley- of tryg
to steet tie eeds of ssdetrs in seurig
est tosksmisrt ie'giensip;sr itce Jsly
[s-909, tie begirning of te librarian' s.
foscal year, over tes t tiorrasutr teeed
volmsies trve tbeesnaddres. 'Tis sieats
trattsie lirary is grosing twice as fast,
as it sas four years ago,swhet foo
vostrmes were secesredi its a'year. To
anyone wtho goe trorghs tie stacks ansd
sees truks piledi on tieflotrrel ist eaes.
stut tbetwecensinows~s,tie een of large
aprpropriatiorns for adritiorrs or a. nest
busiinisg is sef-evidentr.
As to lie third essential, tie library
iobiullakn inaeqimnnecessary to lie proper distribtssions of tie
brooks that are caledi for. Tie Daily
ias received comrrmuniations wincs com-

piis of tire por service at tir erleivery
ricok. Sudentrs are oftens compelled to
swait sri ureasonable esgthn of time to
secure tire voiunes saned. Withost
presumuisug to piace tietblme for tis
utrsatisfaciory condiion, we wold urge
sht something be dos-icto facilitate he
distribution. of tbooks ar the deivery
rdesk.
Dean Reetd spent a week or-i his tour
of western c-toileges. -Nosy he's going-to.
spend three weeks in the east. Odds
counds / What hare the ates in store
this trime?
A chorus of Phi Beta Kappa elects,
rio-cing to the tune of "just Look in
thc Book and See" wouid doubtless
rove a liii if saged in Michigeitua.
Coutnty fair committee will meet at
Randall's today at r ociock. Picture
for Micliganetsisr. Winsrtead. .
AL, COMMITTEES ARE
BUSY ON COUNTY FAIR
Bour gyimniasiumsiae leen secured
for Che couty- fair and~ carnival to be
turin on MayIr sand z. Tie commrittee
its chiarge of tie affair et irs the Uions
clubhdourse yeserdiay afternoo. Tie
principa busiress of tie mieetigwass
tire adopiton of ruilts to gotern tie fai.
On Thutrsrday of next week tie cots
uitee till nmeet repreesnttsies of te
carionts fraternities, state cubts, std
tiher organizatiotrs, the purpose beig
to ouutline toIthemurtie geeral paris of
tire affair.
Every- sidesowstatraction wtil hoe
t tse giveir before somre umember of tie
comuitriteesind ie approedt by 1s m. Thie
orsder of tooths silt be coseiy lot.
lire, Coun~ty Clarion, ue rd vspaper
'whichr was a feature of tie fair three
years ago, till be publied ihisi year in
three rventing editions. it swiil miss no
one withs its "grindts" and yet it wil
aiti to ruake its way itro tie gooti graces
of ol.
It is beig piisned to muake tie stive-
sr progratms, cotaiing official p rcr
earn, etc., rel souvetnirs. tie coer
design is tnos e hig workedI iponand.su
tire resuit proimises to le sultrurtig
artistic.
"I.. r' creslt NTRArNS.
Tire F. I. clbls of Ann Arbor' arid
iDetrfit arc invuitedrtotuattendri arrecepions
gisets by te cublt,:sCYpsiiani, Friday
everiiig, ut tireMaccbees hac irn that _r
city. It is exipected hta a large-rnber
fromrsArsir Arbor sill attenit,Is thei-
vitation riltes all sudtentus stN04al oe
timie atrteirder tie Ferris ltstiitts
whuether ihey Itave ecoure direcly con-
nrecedu withlthelire iversity F. . luhi o
rot. A returrtsry will be gu en_ by
tire clubt of tis city inu hbr near future.
ssCsneSrrASLAScs.
All seas for toright's iperforisrance of
Michigetssa are rowos uale t re Wihit-
iey theatter box offic. Sets fr toimor-
row righutd Sarturndauy mtineret'oursaleti
at }Vairs', itoCr, iuthatite teater
boa office durig ta. Phoe ell 8rr
'for tiheat'r.
Atatuce styles in coat s hints fr sring
oin sate by Alien, Mainu S. 5-so

Now
IReady
TEXT-1BOQJKS
Nor ah epstmonts of tur iiirsrty
_ _Vehaceahar,, tortot
SECOND HAND BOOKS
Oct Otte Pres o
Drafting Instrumaets
and Supplies
All kinds of Second-Hand Boo
taken in exchange for cash.
WAR'
University 'Book>store
Law and Medical
Books1;
Treves Anatomy.i*ew
Edition, (justreceived. )
Stitmsons Fracturesaid
ion., Dtorris ,4no,
3rd Ed. half, l tier,.
$2.50, h a lf ti,cco
$3.00. ---
These are new boks qpd only
a few left
Ca-i or exchange your Law,
Medical and Dental Boks
C. E. BARTHLR
Tel 7'61. 326 S. Sate St.
A LOG FELT 'WANT FILLED
For years past allbheeakages of
eye gl~ss. and spect ale lenses
peeiitated sending. to a city to
1 ye tie lensi replaced causing, a
delay tn.t two days. An nutft for
grinding. lenses has been-, nstaled
in the opticaldeptarnent f
Arnold's Jewelry Store
220 Souh Main st rut
lnaidbling them to give quick ser-
+'i Surely this wilhe appre
I) by students.

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