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THE MICHIGAN IDAYL .

G. I. Wild Comfpally
Our Spring 198 line of dune
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENSI
Is now ready It includes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and UptoDate Pattern in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
Arrays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. Hi. Wild Comlpanly
311 South State Street
DO YOU KNOW THAT
The
New
Game
Mcp histo
Is the naost fascinating
healthful spot for indoors or
out that has yet beni devised.
Just now it is the craze the
world over We have just
received a shipment and we'll
gladly show theiii
-PRICES-
Z5c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
.. A G.SPALDING ____yC
& BROS. ".
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, (lof, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
OleIrI Impementsforto Track and Field Sports
Uitorms to, al Sport. Spaldis's Handomsely
Illstrated Cataloeseoa all sports containsson-
sserous segestions. Send tor it-It's ree.
A. . SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, St. Louis, an Francisco,
Minneaolois,rDenvser, Buff ao, Syracuse, Pts-
bur, PilaelpiaBostn, Cincinnati, Bati-
morn, washinton, Kansas City Ceveiand,
New Orieanns,Oet roi, Montreal, Canada.

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing IAdto-AciRtF RTCI:
Business Manager-:'I:' WINSTA.
Ncws...........Hiranm SCodyr
Athletics ..........Lee A Whit"
Exchange. If..... . John Wambold'
-Music andDrhma-.....:RoyD. Welch
Women's Editor... Louise Van Vooris
EITOIAL, STAFF -
J. W. MCandless Elmer C. Adams
Russell McFarlaind
NIGHT tEDITOtS'
George 11. IiHobart Leonard C. -Red
Chauncey Bocher B. G. R. Williams
Raymond Vischer
nrXORTgntt
H9. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainlir Robert Mountier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. 'rosers Loos Kraft
Lewis TI. Kiskern Robert Moreland
Pat Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Enget Fred E. Goodiig
T'teroit P. Cooper
BUSINSS STAFF
John F. Wre Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gould
Address:MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours : I- p. i., -8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
96o.
THURC tSAY, StARC1I p,1)8
MICIIG.AlxDAIIY NOTICE BlO.
The otttion of sudeonts ond facolti
is called to The Mcligott Dily notice
loxes~ recntly placed in Univemrsity Hall
the Lirrand the ANew .ngieerig
lbuilding. Items of University news, no-
ies of inetings, etc., may be plced in
the bores ding the dy, ad otle
collected at 5 :30 each evening. :Sg-
gsllons s to news stories till be we-
camn. .All dvertising moter, howevr,
nost be tbroght to the ofice as hreo-
fore. f
ntVttrCtt tRICE OttUItON 'tEtiitt.5
Or corresptond(ent tday nwke-.
suggestion(itcshh the Uiion ay snme-
time he aile to tni to accot.Iiile
discover s an anaogy bteseneia fnc u-
tionis o te Athletic Association aid
the Unon,atnt a coiitrast betsseei their
says o dealitg sitttmeitblers. 'Thr
formter alows a reiedueprsee to its
memitters for niny gaites and meets.
titeretty returs tieni the 'wotti oltteir
money,' and makes joining a matter of
poicy as sweti as of loyalty. Snli a
campaign desice mlight be utilized by
tite Cniosti andtsdhe justice of some ind
01 discrimination caiinot tbe overooted.
We~ theefore pass tie sggestion 00 to
the Uion, withs or seat of approval.
One or tswo facts, however, remain to
be noticed. f te Union men paid full
price oreAlichigenda, the ninstrelshowss
sort te county fairs, who wiit estitae
the expense of tose who participated

it britigouat tose enetainments ?
In terits of liour-abor,, heir ottlay
woutldl exceed tie price tf membeshihp
in the Union seeral times multiplied.
Yet ther paid for teir seas. lilce the
'rest ofl nt,,,ecause it was all for te
good of the cause. -
There is a further distiiction between
Ite two oganizations compared by or
essrresponedent. A memsbeships ticket in
the Athletic Associatiots amonmts pra-
iically tso a seasont ticke foe games, and,
beyondtthr sigt distintcion swach goes,
swith the sffcial pii, it gives notiig
core. It sells these seasois tickets, as
a to-atier does, in orere to iisue a large
regolae atteitdance, al to avoid n-
ntecessatry aborefotettegatmes, sitipe-
tle wo tsosultd go anysway. The only
inducement it cats offer to prosective
purchasers is a redued price. lTe
Uniost, onste otther ad, offers the
privieges of the cluhouse to mseibers
exclsively-a constant source of pleas-
ure forte stciabtle tman, and, if other
cltub rates are cotitpaeed,iot htalf paid
for by te atttission fee. T'hee is dis-
rittttintio ee thtat ges homse isore
strely thatt it cottld in coitietion witt
thte fesv atttitfreqtett sttsngieis ty
'lTere is t ttip ittitse by the Atletic
Ahssosciatiott, osweve, snisiehimight be
adoptetdbsy-te Utiitn, as a matte of
gtttstlpolicy, if foeto oler reasoi, and
thtat is of setiig asitete fist day of
thte saltertf seats ftr iioti entetaii-
imertts for mtemers exclusively.
Otto iratetrtfessor twhot vaitly tried
to stssrtt teie-cltd slideconitN'est
talls selssesy atly likeied te to
ttaskedtl teries. "Because," lie said,
"whe wtttse least expect it, tey sid is
brtttadsites. '
itANI) \VII,, GIVE SECOND
lANCE tON FRI~DAY NIGHT
'Te secontttofcth ie series of dtces
givetn by te svirsityIattl sill le held
at Bartblottrgy-ttiassittttm ttooss- night.
The botys treswkitg liatd to eclise
thteir fist effotr, totpitg to itake this
onte cf thetmtost etjoyablse social events
of lthe seasoni. The ftll hatst of tirity
piees twilt octtpty the ctte ofthe
flo saenttt wil lterntste swits a fifteei-
tiecrchetraaittte retititionitotf te
protgrami. Thte proramtt silt coisiyt of
sixteen tdattces andttswso extras, swalte
anttwtso-stepss slteratitg ftr the reg-
tar prtigramt, twithtbaan (stiattes as extras
itterstersed tlttntterals.
Thse tatttl as ieetsreearsitngdth-
gettly otnt newsmttsic receitly ptrcaset
for t'e soccsiontt Leader Fische is
workitgston ttnsrratgemieit of sotme of
ttte 2hichigeticlisotgs ss-hih lie opes
ttt comtpllete ettre Fridasy. so that att
excellentt trograit is asstred the dan-
cers. 'Te rece of tis dttce has bects
placetd at seveity-ive cets pee couple
antu sitgle admtissions foe tie gallery at
tsweinty-ire cetts. Tickets may e pro-
cretd iast Wate's ook store, aid wit be
ott stle at Babotr gymnstasimn tomo-
rost ight. The daice sill begin
promtly at 8 :3, and will be preceded
Ity it sttrt recepiott int ie parlors.
FOR SALE-Fox typewriter, cheap.
J. C. \Vatts, 331 . Liberty St. 12-14

NEW SERES STARTED IN
FRENCH LECTURE COURSE
Scettes froms Racie's "Aidomaqte'
swillhe the 'frst ota seis of Tlursday
afteritoots -readiugs to be given at 4
oclock if I apSan' Hall lecure rom by
Prof. Bewi>at d Bordes. This eiet of
dramatic' readings will be taken from
seventeenth century literature, incluting
the -mdh'tdfjpies 'of' CrOtile, -Racie,
aindh5Moiere.
"Andeomaque," tefist of Racite's
great plays, is ist tpyical of iis art
itd of Fretieh tragedies. - Itsprodtctiots
makes .Ntos' 17, 16, one of ithc great
dtaesnin the history of te Freinch stage.
A profotintd impressions sas created ly
it atid gret centusiasiti sas aotsed.
REPUBI.CAN STUDENTS
TURN OUT IN FORCE
A Ittge nuttmber of te rpttblicatst-
tentts inthie Uiiversiy see preseit at
the ota eit teiing tf te Taft clttbtltst
ight.
7,. V. Enserusisi, sfter giing a sort
history tf the life of Taft, introdtcedl
jttdge HI 'W. Neswkirk, whlo spoke tst
thte poicies of the republican party attd
is pro.spets in the cominsog electiot.
Over one huded iew atines swere
aitded to te origital roll.
Watde f. Ellis, atorney-getnertl tf
Ohio,ss-ho as been a potitinent figttee
itt fiii Standsrd OilCt. prostecttion,sill
sieak ieore te clutbt!Marrlt2,5.
ItGRO O(SFTHlESKY PILOT"
SPEAKS AT NE VBERRX' IHAL
iDr. T. C. Mofat still siesk itt- Nes-
berry Bal . thiseeig i tt 7o'clock.
Dr. Moffat is te ern of Ralph Cttuo
noe's ook, "Tihe Sy Pilot and uill
talk of his work atmong the Nasjo
Itttians. _
'this is the secotit of tle Thrstay
eveetiitg series. All are cortdially-itvit-
etd to attend,
Jack Lonins :"''he rons tel' isa
tmixttre tI stcialistic teory, socialistic
prophecy antt socislistic fictioi. It is
tots hyritititattre to bea amarketd
success in any one tdirection. Stptosetd
t be wriltt tiabott 2700 AD, it traces
thic progress of seeral stcitl reolt-
tions-resttltinig from coititos ctttsed
by fattal oser-prodictitn-tutinhg ther
idtdle of te tseitiethi cetutry. Ott
te tlioreticl side, te ook says oth-
tng sew ; it is ini fact iferior to "'Tle
hlodeeti Utopia'swritetibyisyf-. G. Wells.
MIr. Lonidont relises' to tke ito ou-
-ideration thte cool Sanity of the ttasses
twhich prevets the social paroxymts
Miacmilantot ., Nest York. $.o.
Basebaltm: if you wath the latest
in baseball goods, 'see Spalding's lue at
Cuhlilg's. I
Soovenir edition of Michigenda songs
t1;outtd with an autograph fit-page n-
=ert, at Root's abou Thmrday. Price,
$,-.0. Ediion limited; tumbered copies
reserved for all who sign te book at
Root's Music House. II-14

Now'
Readya
ottal dtepartent of ts tts'i'Tu,,,ty,,.-
We Aave atlargestno'k of.
SECOND HAND BOOKS
GtttiOsr Pricest on
Drafting Instruments:
and Supplies
All kinds of Second=Hand Books
token in exchange for cash.
WAHR tS

4

IUniversity Bookstore
C. [. D ARIN[[[
Low asnd Medical Bookseller
IMPORTANT LAW AND MEDICAL
- BOOKS
)ittays Histtoty sc ttest- sof
iteatPrtpteta - - - $3.00.
'4ilittis teattl'troterty - $3.00
ttrotperty _ - - $1.00,
Ihtitutt rctrionttusstittd taro
CrmnuaActis- - - _$6.00
ol.- - - - $12.00.
Rteytntit's Theouy'of vie nt'uce, $2 00
Stephen-'s itgest ofEviet'tte. $4.00
Nettit t-ys iEsviettt't.- - - $3.50..
Miarshatt s Corpittratiotts. - $6.00
't'tuiri' ut mmt~ttsaryedftihe
Lawitt iCorpotra titots.- - $2.50
Wrellmantts Aet of ross
Examtitnuationt. - - - $2.5s9
Botstwitct's Laittyt'rs Maualt. $6i.30
lltrttsiy'raAtbbottsF1+srms, - $6.00
Rasttt's Plingitis, Pracieidt
fo~rtts t tilts. - - - $18.00
Wisttw'st'CoiehForts, votts., $12.00
MEDICAL BOOKS
haret'sPracrtcalt''htrapetie,. $4.00
ltrhauttstOperati'eStiraeery. $6.00
hoitirut hs 5ti rcrt listiis. $6.50.1
tatietto itost.-oets
patthotloiy. - - - - $5.00
Ststhttta-Ms <eirrt's A tlsis tatd
'etintolitof Siatstiny :tsisls.. $18.00'
Crssern's hDtst'ases itt Wome,su. $6.00-
Caiti's hititevttit iagniis
and'tt-tattstrttt. - - - 56:50".
Dtagnoiis. - - $6.80
vols. - - - - $5.00
Dictiontaries, Ct.'estatst..
C. C. BARTHELL.
Low ad Medical Booksrller
Tel 761. 326 S. Slate SL.
I csi..t rists iithitudenst of
itsat tat tutt wllwemut sitic tc!-t
glass thtssuivoes comt.riitdst'rii'
Havei y-our oticaluutwork diwt ".t i
ARNOLD'Sandetillotit:ittyii or'ii-,
fortshts- aiid gttaeait-eu'suuts. tluteri
Repatrs.tL'nsessGrundt. ,
EMIL H. ARNOLD,
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
tin Suuth M1ain Street

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March 12-

NATIONAL
Not Leavze Buzt
Note Covers
and Fillers
At Almost Half Price
Co-Op Store,

UNIVERSITY
ORCHESTRA,
Will assist at
Faculty
Concert
HIGH SCHOOL
HALL

Ube %tubents' lecture 1ssociatf on.
Season of 1 907-8
Mar. 13, Opie Reed
Mar. 20, Oratorical Contest
Apr. 6, Dr. Brander Matthews
April 30, HON. JOHN A. JOHNSON, Governor of
Minnesota.
TICKETS, FOR COURSE INCLUDING RESERVATION RE-
DUCED TO - - $2.00
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