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March 01, 1908 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGA14 DAMNY

. .

G. H. Wild Colupally
Our Spring 198 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENSj
Is now ready. It includes all
the latest Ntelites, Shades
and UptoDate Pattern in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
Grays and
Fancy Blues
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. H. Wild Company
311 South State Street
Bargains in Recent
Fiction
Books that have sole for
$1.20 we are offering at
Half a Roue Mtfaralh
fain 1o lo i/h-~
Lion and the Nyb5- ft! is
Garden of Allah Ili~le usf
tner v of Graustark slliOutiusu
1Itee-o a Thousand (candlas
Nilmlwus
Went Patby \Wont t Collegey
Fjparts ad '4 sk 11~rol
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
~e ~ A. G.
_____ ┬░SPALDI1NGf 'p t'
~y~i & BROS. sn
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
ofOffical Athletic Sopplies
Base Ball, Foot Bal, Glolf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Official Implteto o Tach ad Field Sports
Uniform for all Sport. Saldig' Handsomely
Ilustrated Cataloue of all sportsotaisss-
mrossuaggestons. Snd for it.--Itsfre.
A. . SPALDING & BROS.
Now Torc, Chcago, 5t. Lous, San Francisco,
Misneapois, Denvser, Btfal, Syracuse, Piuts-
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Now Orleans, Orrot, Montreal, Canada.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
,Manaogiong ljdior-ARCHtER F. RIrTtHI.
Business Maager-C. E. WNSTAD.
EDITOS
Nes...........Hiram S. Cody
kibhleils........Lee A White
Erxcltange.... . H. John Wamboll
Mtusic and Drama.....Roy D. Welch
Women's Editor... Looise Vat Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAF
J. W. McCandless Eimer C. Adams
Russell McFarland
NIGHlT EDITOS
George 11. Hobart IL. C. Reid
Chauncey Boucher B. . R. Williams'
Raytntd Vissher
NI. B. Mel-fugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainline Robert Mountsier'
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney'
\Valter K. Tossera Louis Kraft'
Lewis T. Kniskern Robert Moreland'
Patl (Greer Samel H. Morris:
Otto ugel Fred E. Gooding
'Iheron P. Cooper
BUSINES STAFF '.
John F. Wre Carl H. Adam
H-aroled . Gould.
Address: MCnIGAN DALY, Press Bldg,'
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours : -2 p. i., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
96o"
SIUNIAY, hlARCIIIa. ao.
7lite a'tue 4 nofstdetscand facly
iale tlio!TIheic Michia Daily ntisce'
a ~rs eatly la iced it Uiesity dHal,
the I~ihratt -asd the XVas Enigieerig
ilaldn tt.11c t / UliTa cst~Ynesc, ti-
tis o., cig te a ba piced in
thloxes adurinag the day. atd iwill be
411CI/a Iaofat5-30 act eetig. Sit-
-c-Oolsas t ne slaorieuswill b- ace-
corn. .11 az~crisg ater, howeveer,
musthe bough tothe ula e as ie-t-
I I l avaaaaag llterally thl hIar Iata .sat
wellic-setl datlso tsilligly besossed
ontaltthse otsavehat atinaita
all t do itht the Itroductiton. tf Miehi-
genthe lre is sae Organiationa whse
Iart in itsscec-s- tmust alos-call not
beafrgoatt.Te rpra tis een firs
an eta Nilatgai-Utnttot procluctiotn,
written fotr it.potedtlt, ttanaged, ade
1 lned y i, adti t slou t te Uin
it cattlt ever Itha e ttnenconetceiet.
tattaileIs-ca-rridth lroughtto successli
compttiletiont. I1till ntela comaforable
susttftr teUnitnandttaevceryoane hope
thtatI stttnswill lte a lage ot. Butt
ltar Uttittt's rimary iturttse iiringitg
oatt Nlich~igena wattas ntctoittakeatltataay
'lharfact thtt t atnomoy sas spareto t
stag"/tiat rry, provaes tat. Its objct
wras tat gire Michiganth ~e es is be hasd
atttthe lirbest that Micligata talet cutla
prdue;atad that object sas gloriously

accomplished. Tf eser. then, additioal
prootf is taeeeadf waat to Uiot a is
adotae ad tmay do, may seent poitt
sita conftidetnce 1o this ottof tmany
achieetments the sotrtist atclbot, ad
say owih pride, "Thec Union nakes such
Michigatn triumphs as Michignda pos-
sible'?
COSPLINIrNTSOFo tHOtSASON.
Nose see the smug pedestian
As draswing near a group of oys,
I-t blandly smiles, and smiles again,
ike otno in lore swith sinter's joys.
'-ehattmy ais! Fine spirt!" he cries,
'Te stiosw packs ssell today, I see,"
Thon, passitng, slyly trns his eyes,
uAld groaans, "'lTat one may be for me"
tat vasinasitfriendly warmth le glows-
It cuts tat ice-ittasectsnot!I
$Swift throuag the ar a soswball goes
Andttliakes htmin ttthe tnek-kersa!
R. M. C.
MUuic anb RMrama
A.D0Ai0ON'SKTRInO.
The Chotral Unioitannaatountces its last
attacton of thec presotnt series of ot-
crrls Ieftrt- the May Fesival, a tmusi-
aalcits the Adatmowski Trio, on Mo-
lay evenaing. 'Tis orgatiation, cot-
sistinag of yHic. Suoswska, Timotee
Adaamtowrski. andt Josef Adamowski, has
aNonlatering recognition, not otly in
the Uited Saes ada Canada, bit it
Europie as atll, havaig appearedIefore
ithe czar atd his court in 897. The
tlhreeartiss are of the samte nationality,
tf thec saeticemperameintt, and te'fact
tialt teylavts-cplayedt ogter for the
last lten a-ars gises themtanatectviale
repuatonii t heatIlcmiusical world. Their
lrogratmfr Ittooraow evning follows:
i.Trioa( Itni taemory- of Nicholas Rbit-
stein)--------Tschaikows'ky
'trnccgiacorra iietcoat variazioti;
fi/nale uettlda.
2.'Cellta sols:
a. Romtanaac-........-----.Areasky
. 'Tarantelle ............-ssttaaat
. P'ianaossoloss:
a. Noctuettr C sartp tmnr. Chopint
i. ttde F 'major,-.....hopint
c. Rhapsody Na. 6----------1,isl
4. Violitn solos:
at- bMeloice-----------I.'Pderetz'ski
I. La Rotide des Lttits-S..azite
5. Ananate andalStero frotn Trio..
-~Goldmrok
Minae. Antoinette Sumtowska sas
graduteda fromthle college at Warsass
switlhigt hotors, uasteritng the Englist,
Frencsel, 'rmn, Russiat atd. Polisl
lagagesAlthtou gh se had studedl
tmutsic from an early ag, she hgan
seriously to take tp her profession after
lae gradutatiotn frotm college. After
studsyitng for several years titdr Prof.
Srobel at Warsassatd Alexander Mih-
alowasski, she weett to Paris, where sh
attratcted the atention of Padrewski.
Oate year's training under the grat
piaistis filted ir to play itt public,-p-
pearitig ini Paris, Lodotn, ad in tf95
itt America.
'I-inotee Adatmowsski, although orn
itt Warsasw, sittee 1879 has played ext
tetnsiv-ely at the Utited State. As a

solo violitnist lie has played with nutner-
ous orchestras bolt inth lis country atid.
thte ttusical ceters of Europe. Itn 19o7
to swas .hionored by Ite New Englandl
Conservatory of Music swith the profes-
sorship of the graduated violin depart-
ment.. W~ile playing withi the trio be-
tot's .the czar, he waa prenratseted with ,a
diamond- ring, the receivring of wahich is
considered one of the greatest honors
the czar can bestow.
Josef Adamowski, also horn in War-
sane, began the study of his profession
at his home town. After receiving nu-
merous honors at Moscow, where he
spent six years studying under Fitzen-
Haagett, and Tschtaikowsky, he hogan to
give concerts itt Poland, Galicia, Ritssia,
atnd Germnty. In t1f89 lie joitned the
Bfoston Syttphtony orcestra atnd the
strintg qutartet fotttded by his brother.
I-e Itas hold the instructorship of the
violoncello-atnd the ensemble class at the
Nest Englanid Cottservatory of Mtusic
sitter M92._lHe shtared seitht Iis brother
the high htottars given bny te imptierial
ruler osf Rttssia.

tatsmtIcss IN ANN.ARDOR.
Jan Kubelick, the world rottownedl vie-
Iitnist, will appear at dhe Now Whitney
on March 28. Word to this effect was
received late yesterday by Mattager A.
C. Abbott. The opportuntity of hearinag
artists of Kitlalick's ability and reputa-
lion has heretofore been afforded only
to menmhers of ite Choral Untion.
sTIt a GIRL.WHOt aOKS .ttct atE.
Katryn Ostermntandas lAttna Btlmhont
pleasedl a swell-filled toutse last nigltt at
thte Whitney in their exceedingly hiuttor-
oats contedy, "Thte Girl Who Looks Like
_Nle" 'The play, thtoagh light-or per-
tails ontthlat accounti-woas productive
of atn exceptionally large nutmtber tof
lautghs. All Ite nietolters of ite cast
took iteir parts acceptably.
1)1. C..1It. JOHNSTON WILL
SPEAK TO PEDAGOGUES
A regutlar nteotitig of ite Educationtal'
clubl seill be told its Roome 6, Taplpati
I-all,. Tuesday, Marcht 3, at 8 p. m. 'T'he
featutre of this tieeting will be ott ad-;
dress by. Dr. Chtarles Huhitles Johntont
ont "Pessitmistttattd OptittismtittEdit-
cation." Dr. Johniston is a regular con-
tributtor to the leaditig educatiotnal joure
oats atnd, is att authtority in thte special
foeld of esthtetic editcatiot. He is pro-'
fessor of itephtilosophty of educaatiotti
int te editcatiottal departmnt.
'Te club is ati orgatizatiott of Itose
interested itt the theory or practice of
education, atid all: wlto are -intgrested
are welcotne at is-meetings. j
Fountaint Pons Repaired-glod as new
-at 5kinner's.
Regular customers may charge Mlichi-
genda mutsic at Root's antI have it mailed
to frietnds direct from the shore. 1It-13
Mlaadie Miller Bissell-Voice placitng
antd song ittterpretation. if Thte Cui-
tittg. b otltphtones 428. sat-i'f
Since i858 we- have ma4,g Waftch Re-
pairig one of our, shroogeat feattures.
Haller's Jewelry Store, 2t6 S. Wfn
street. ' 6--

No w
Ready
TEXT- BOOKS
Far all itspartments at the Unversty,
We have a Isege sto'k of
SECOND HAND BOOKS
tat Or Pricesson
Drafting Instrulments
and Supplies
All kinds of SecondHand Books
taken in exchange for cash..
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
SOME NEW CREATIONS
IN
PILLOW
COVERS
AND
BANNERS
(The neatest thing ever
put nti
LYNDON
PHOTOGRAPHER
EBAILEY & EDMUNDS
121 EAST' LIBERTY STREET
A LONG FELT WANT FILLED
For yearn pat all breakages of
eye. glass and spectacle lenses
nEcessitated sending to a city to
1'are the lens replaced causing, a
delay tof two days. An outfit for
grindingg lenses has been installed
in the opical deparment of
Arnold's Jewelry Store
220 South Main street-
Enablinag them to give quick ser-
'Vice. Surely this will be appre'
;.,ated by tudents.

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