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THE MICHIGAN, DAY!O 1

G. HI. Wild Comlpally
Our Spring -198 line of fe
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENS]I
Is now read. It includes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and Up-to-Date Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
G (rays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
0. IHe Wild Compally
311 South State Street
Bargains in Recent
fiction
Books that have sole for
$1.20 we are offering at
D0c
Half a Rogue Alc(rt
Pain too Hoatte
Ilion and the Mouse Kkbin
Gardg of Allah IHihnso
teneryof Grautark t.-M'choin
lhouse of aThousand (andles
. hsloru
Went Pthy Went to College
Wbter
Hteart and Mtak- Mcilratht
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
A. G. _ _
____ 6┬░S PAL DI NG '____
"a:. & BROS.
The eLargest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Gof, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Official Implemets for Track ad Fild Sports
Uitorms o all Sports. Spaldin' Hadsoely
Illustrated Cataloeue of all sports cotian s ao-
meros suggestios. Send for it-It's free.
A. . SPALDING & BROS.
Now York, Cislego, St. Lass, Sac Francisco,
Mineapols,tenver Buff al, Syracuse, its-
bug hldepiloston, Cncinnai, ati-
ato, Washing ton, Kansas City, Cleveland,
hew Orleans, etrot, Montreal, Canada.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Massaging IEditor-ARCItMR F. RrccH.
Business Manager-C. . WINSTEA.
EITORS
?Yews,...............Hiram S. Cody1
Athletics...............Lee A White
Exchonge .... . H. John Wambold'
Music and Drama.....Roy D. Welch
Women's Editor... Louise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL. STAFF
J. W. MCandless Elmer C. Adams
Russell McFarland
NIGHT EtITOtS
George H. Hobart L. C. Reid
Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymod Visseer
RERoTES
Al. B. Meltugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainline Robert Mountier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Lois KraftI
Lewis 'T. Knisken Robert Morelan'
Paul Greer Samuel H-. Morris
Otto Engel Fred E. Gooding
Thero P. Cooper
BUINSS STAFF
John F. Wre Carl H. Adans
Harold P. Gould
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Managers Hours: I-2 p. in., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both photes
96"
SATU RDAY, FEBRUARY o, ot.
.triiuc;. A' DAJJLY NOTCE' BOA'.
lTe tica ion f stdets ad faculty
io clled to The Michigan Daily notice
buses recetty placed iUniversity Nolal.
the Library, und lihe New E ngineerig
Imilding. Items of Uniersiy news, no-
tic's of meetings, etc.. may be placed i
the bores dring the day, and weil be
clleted oat35:30 each eveing. S'g
gesios s to news stories witt be ocl-I
come. .RI adoertising mtter, howve
must be brought to fle office as hereto-
f ore. If
Note that wee loue oreoate all ben
trani'spred itto lie mystiddligtcs of
te lucd of Michigecda, and they ave
troedt furmrter alurig tac ee the
mtost entusiasic press aget dared to
predtict, see ocust ace te diappoictincg
faet tat it is cot a real lucd ater all,
anitha cot its cagic is feting. Not ocm
iso Ithats attended any of the perform-
ances sot would willingly attend the
oiperac again acd again. Perhaps it is
cot ioouvaico to hope flat it may e re-
pealed later in the year, and we may
oncer more e brought under its spell.
But core than the selfish desire to
enjoy it as thoroughly acd frequently
as posible has actuated the houses that
thss- thronged the Whitney this week.
No sore common expression has been
herdthacn that which has falena fromu
every lip-┬░Michigenda ought to be guren
ino Detroit, ad other Michigan towns,
and ito Chicago." It is rightly felt that

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inc Michigac's first vetutre ito the field
of comic opera sie loos scored a triumph,
ss'icih, if it cmigtie fairly compared
witlh te opera puct royeary-bytlie
'oiter easternc scioo s 'stoulolysinice
fortih the brigter acd tatt it is a tri-
umph which has been made possible by
at peculiarly fa'rorabhle comhination of
talent acd genius that soll be hard to
reprodutce in coming years. The east-
ertiers are privlegedl to share te cera-
tioots of their wit ad oserfowing jollity
with the likewise minded of Nest York,
Philiadelphia acnd Boston. Whiy thec,
should Michigenda not sffuse its lri-
latter over the outlyig proincse? It
wtould meanacc mtchi desred treat for
the con w-io ae giveto so mchciitto
mcake tewheiropera te remedous
success whichri it is. Blcutore tian tat,
it woutldc ontriiut to lie good adt
broad fttcme of the Uniersity acd too
picoi sympthiy soit it ithie most re-
moarkasle ray. 'iTere a bett no pro-
dctcionc givetn ty- Ucrversty talnt icc
recent years, tneiter ty- ti onstrels tor
tie ccucsial clttbs tor acy of lie dra-
mcati organtizatieos whiict toss-ctakecn
!itripcs, whcic-ouldcso esalis liMcii-
gans inthie hearts of the peol of this
and surroundoting staes. Wle can oolliu
feel thaitoniwe ihaive lfound schloa
light as Nicligeiota,wesh iotld ot covrr
it tundrr a ootslutt let its light alst
shinetoter lic e iroloirtat sit ito dark-
coes. Nine rats forNicigenda, acoo
for lice gecioits c c rato!
MNusic anb Drama
A acooos rcctdy tyfaimots atthors
and payetiy attios tar, icc "Te
fGirt Whlo Looks Like Me," ito which
captiautig Katiry-i Ostermoan acd ter
clever sister Attia iBelmont arc joiity
slarricng this seseon. There is not a
single 'lapse of laughs" ithiis rollick-
cg iplay-ther streaim of tirtc being ic-
cessantthrotughouot te tutfodiigothfle
fuccnciest story' of moisaknideitictiy eer
wsriten. Miss Ostermcan aid ter stcc-
dit compjany will ictoear atthlie Nest
Wh'tittcer theater tonight.
NOTICE.
No sittings for the Miciganesian,
either individucal or grops, can be taken
oafter today.
The seniors who have not yet made
out their record blanks and deposited
themn with their department editor of
lice Michiganensian or in the box in the
general library, are urged to do so this
wek as the final collection will be made
Saturday, and complete records for
eeryone are desired.
All reading material for organizations,
class officers, and class athletic teams
must e sent to the Michiganensian
office, Room r, Ann Arbor Press build-
ing, Maynard street, during the present
week. This is official notice, and it is
imperative thai all concerned see that
their material is in the hands of the
managers by the time mentioned.
Michiganensian Board of Control.
Bell Phone 244-J.
Spring styles in neckwear, hosiery and
gloves, on sale by Allen, Main St. 5-In

TAU BETA Pt TO INITIATE
CANDiDATES NEXT FUESDY
'The Tauc Beta Pi engineering sttciey
will hold its snmi-anniual electiono aoi
iinitiatiocn of toro- mecmber' .'carc 3.
Ten neen from the jucior acd'stnior
classes will be elected to the society.
Tau Beta Pi has lad an active capt-
ter icn the University for three year'.
ond is one of the strongest of cengieer-
tug honorary societies cit the cottttry.
A chapter would have beeno tlaced io
thte, local eigineriitg epartmcent ears
ago had lie constitutiono of the Organo-
zatio ot reqitiredi the slectieo of
imemibeors by' acsries of gradig sowhict
sas cool usdbtshocdptmenctccccl
Mecubers are slctet rom cthocsrttntg-
est studencts itheticoi-uptpertc classes.
iou oiteswho ihas ecircrtcceti t acodi-
tioni itphiyscs er mthattl csttce incg
eligible. TautatOciPi hoowecver, ilers
fromooSigmatoXiNcito atlow iogit .setectitos
to te gtidedetto aott envtttoyo tter tqtta-
ties of the cantiteloc whuiete ltter
society oly considercs tho c ias-roo
staintinog. AnncuallyoTauttcicItPi en-c
rols tswenty-five metctrccttc, t' lst it-
itiationt being told icothe lll.
Eachr tyeart'atcnclaveo sis hl u in
the T'hainksgiving ovactioncs at whlicta
delegate fromteach chiatter istpresentt.
Thec hst coitettiono soasihedi t Pruet
uniiersity, tfloexrlt ote wil tic t Sor-
ctuse. As lice bool caiter is oe itf
lice yountgst.nnAttrbortirl os-cit
selected for te cclaei for iea numbot e
of years.
'he'o sciety- os motht ly metincgs i
their roomtcs it inteNess'Entgin erinog
bucilding, lut ittec pittnnittg uonttgiia
tm-c dinncers anchoothtcat te Michigan
tUnioc ioncbhose. Memcoer'. of te fac-
ily isill te thte get' Of the scieIs
at these diiners, shiocchoare epetceto t
inccreese sociabiiy' amcong teuroeobers.
't'lce miemboershiptofth1ccscit is
cmadte ottoof tte sudencts elecie chrtl
year, the aumnci ctetuter- eO1t the fc
uclty.ancd te hoonorry- member. 1)f
furese ltoto aece lasse re tDeant
Cooley. AssociateiDeancDaisri..Profrs-
sors Cacmpbiel, \Wiiaimos, Grent, .llen,
D~enisto on, trei, Goulding.Sadler.Pt-i
terston RKnight ad aichhtie, iandlMesr.
Mclluttghie ccitt Boeiy
SENIOR 'MEDICS WILt. TAE
PART IN ANNUAL SWINGiST'
'lie- senior' cmeics sill tke patutini
lice annualociswingout. This log debatote
'questic receisve its gfinaltdcisitto ye
terday corining, a large tcjoerity- tol the
class lavorincg thccauohtieo othecos
totm.
Intf.rsviesw sihoa onumboetr tf rmi
ncntt icharmics ante dentl stdencts show
that a simoiar actiono maoy'be taknt iy
these classes. Thor cmedics hurr seeted
a committee to choose u css meooriai.
Whether this will be givenc to ole'.\ieto-
gant Union, as has bett the cstttortwith
several other classes, or platceo it o1tto
of the medical buildicngs, has nott becn
decided.
SiEA.T S ltc TOAY'~SMTNE,
Seats for this aternoon's performoance
of Michigeida on sle at o a. co. it
downtoswn boxioffc ndhatt o t \Wahttr's
Stale street store. Thiis itt ic allprob il-
ability- be the last Annc Arbor iperormo-
ance of Michigan's cocic oper.

Now
TEXT.-BOOKS
Fortal tde oct t -. ts ftetancrtciy
We5ia',as lrc ot 't ta
SECOND HAND BOOKS
64't c esi , on
Drafting Instruments
and Supplies
All kinds of Second-Hand Books
taken in exchange for cash.
WAHR' S
University Bookstore
C. E. BARTHELL
Lawc-and Mediasiookeler
IMPORITANT LAW ANt) MEDICAL.
OOKS
ILaIPrliulerryy f l L v - $300
Del blt~rusFit uiono
1'i l ii:,. tBealct i t it-i' $3.00
-- - $1.00
Citl o t cii i li',aL'.out mcic
Crit ittitttAtott'. - - $6.0
'? vos.--$1210
ir tnout it. Tihitric'.ftEvi doee, $2 00
-te t's 1i tt of st e icct.,e $4 0
ti c 'vy". 1Siitirtt'.- _ - $.50
\it t,-al.t,ctt.irenttttcuitic'. - $.00
.1o t ct".i'.ttttttcttry titt[.ir
Lawof<'"rpra ios, - - $2-ll
Wfc iitust , Ari t is''.
-_atuain - $2.50
Br- i-,A i Forms, - - $6.00
Ti a'. 'i!t raientand,. ro-..12f
MEDOICAL OOKS
iii us Practcl iheraittiey', $600
-raw prf it iisurgeryts.$6.00
t~tig. - - - $5.00
I '. ."f e sitocy' tiVol., $18.00
t(". itf 05otitt.t $.00
- -$6.5
L ,i ii 5ti its at
1 ,, - $6.50
touu ti~ahc lni
Jv l.. - - - $5.0
Ditio rte, i '.t,, ,toil.it
C. E. HARTHELL
Law anded0icasl Bokeler
Tel 761. 326 S. State S.
A LONG FELT WANT FILLED
For years past all breakages of
c-ye gl s and spectacle lenses
nccessitated sending to a city to
have the lens replaced canaing, a
tictuy of two days. An outfit for
grinding lenses has been installed
in the optical deyarment of
Arnold's Jewelry Store
220 Suthteain Street
Enabitg them to ie quick ser-
vice. Sturely this will e appre-
ciated by' students.

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Apr. 6, Dr. Brander Matthews
April 30, HION. JOHN A. JOHNSON, Governor of
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