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rI!THE MICIGHAN DAIL

THE MICHIGAN bft~lt

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G. HI. Wild Companly
Our Sping 198 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENSI
Is now ready. It includes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and Up-to-Date Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
Grays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. H. Wild Colpally
311 South State Street
DO YOU KNOW THAT
The
New
Gam~e
Meph is to
Is the most fascinating
healthful sport for indoors or
out that has yet een devised.
Just 110w it is the craze the
world over. We have just
received a shipment and we'll
gladly show them.
-PRICES-
75C, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
( 5 i A . .S t SPALDING ~ ll
,. & BROS. ,.." .
The Largest Manactrers in the World
of Oficial Athletic S pplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Official Implemest.fo Track andi Field Sport,
Uniforms for alt Sport. Spadig's Handomely
Illustrated Cataoeue of alt sprt cotaissso-
meeros suegesios. Sed for it. It' free.
A. . SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, St. Loos, Sn Francisco,
Minneapolis, Denver, BffaoSyracuse, Pits-
brg, Phiadephia, Aioto, aininnt, Balti-
more, Washington, Kansas City, Clevelnd,
New Orleans, Detroit, Montra, Canad.

MYanaging Efdior-ARCcrR F. RTcHcE.
Business -Manager-C. E. WINSTEA,
News................Hiram S. Cody
Athletics...............Lee A White
Exchange ........ . John Wambod'
Music and Drama.. Roy D. Welch
Womnen's Editor... Locise Van Vooris
EDITOIAL STAF
J. W. MCandless Elmer C. Adors
Russell McFarland
NIGHT EDITOS
G'eorege I. iioart Lensard C. Reid
Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymond Visscer
REORTEReS
Ml. B. Mcctugh J. H-. Prescott
A. L. Hairline Robert Mountier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Louis Kraf
Len-ic'1.Ktiskern Robert Morelatd
Paut Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Ettgl Fred E. Gooditg
Therotn P. Cooper
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wurz Carl H. Adam
Hiarold P. Gold
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: -2 p. i., 7-8 p. im.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
96"
tO-Ilt\c. .\IARCII 6. 90."
Tetvarsity bltntdtluestsitntcalaetges
serossoti nCst-ieatin. Lat ctfall. wle
snthlsismtctvantt higit, ordsof 5prise
for-thehandcweeeard n allsitstlies.
'11w s tc ss~trb tion f telbandtowttsadl
enliveningith ~e rooting oci'Ferry fiell at
teYlnygastcs -.ite-iscall. lUtpst
evr cainof its apptertnce tis1
3cc-st.it lesptoed sstits cw-ort atdlityitsI
loyalty von a tpace amog Unisesity -
rgans~iationss. \c-tt cc1 a ssayttmttmen
cwc lhass- lbeentIpro(nte ts emcit iteest
tlagthese en scetsisscoessto- sstie re-1
cues \Vitls their ,stssic teyse ts -asdeti
mtctoo--rsccollege-spisistt
is, retts issefor lese setices, seiese-
forschw begel t- sgcedsnt stsso eey lonisc
agst-cweshave giens ect litc-. A coilse
sf teasego-setscccussiformcedl thecsmesnas
mucsch fssrssuse(ccciipritic aso stisfvs-
ic sies Sinceethensesss-ciaests-g-t
lie ects aisdithisinlancsses havcc ie-
ioeamt-c of geat cntcen.
To raes-medyIstIis ecsotsitionttf sfisle
Ihehadacssndetkenstoccgic-c its a- cc
sothee dansce,' teprocees fromc swhicic
ougti les themtsosnta fim sfootige
onemoe Is is o ie hopethtste
fonst-e sxpectatic tiono te iest cwittie1
surpassssedl.1
sseial iducsemetsto5coueieli-I
it macske tec ibandc a termanentccl organi- 1
nationsts.ws-castepromtisedsases -icof st-
Surely -tics dayso is at handssiswhencs-
oughststo sshots-ourseapptecitiotn foe antc
organcizationtswhoisce loyalty siands ots
unsexcelile.

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Eetsteecies sre ttlayig 'when
Nights FalsiBer. If yousnt btieliee
it, sopi,.loosk sandt lstes. iats 5:8 toigt.
Wits-scyousshliT-noting else ti do.
drotp a lunetso'fhe Daiy staff. in the
nets notceeboisc. -We' lidothe rest.
SI11,I AiXSIERICA
BOIJCATE CHINA?
\Villisams '. Ellis.csit'sis to deliver
th is serie5sfFecer- lettre, has
ectssurging Contgessc tsset aside the
Boxesr-iscdsemniity fotte uc lsaiionsof
Chisinese studsenscc ordsssing o Americac
msethodclsscdinicAmsoeriesansschools. M.
Ellis pices-I to u tcsse thuisdetrniy of
$255.oooaooo fore the esabisincg asd sp-
isirting osf. Amoericanschseools it China.
an osetsdciCinsese- stsdentcs to Aicer-
ia Ile says:
"Certaisnly the nastiontat tristhitese
younsg isien ccill ie tedomssisasttilt-
este ic Chsisna a rcec5 fete years hece."
Thle followccingtre ssme sigiificait
facts disessceed it, Mr. Ellis durcig
hiss Sty ic Ie Oriesc, regardingthue
dcaio cc teChisisses, takes frost
iets sci tticsNets York 'Triibunse:
"Asraitily ass iossiblce, Cinia's Jap-
ccwtecer rebinttg ipensei(twit.
and the 5nationis ittno smoodsto tstit
thiforisgness inthciripc les. .
Stillthsitsdemisndclosi s-very-side is for
educaton ;5.hisgih -ndslwss-hatve cotte to
cs--rdsedcae-tionsas t-sitagi remiedy
fosr alilish t i 'sit l .
'cWsticte passing isf tics-clii ecuca-
tinlsstemc there litasceitottiexit-
sencsat satinal ossed of euscatsiont.
cnivscsitiess cleges, ihighichslools, ave
sipeung stints esistence,-.icc all parts of
Japanss tought i ltosom snate the edca-
tiosifthe ess C'inisassnd apparently
was itsa poitionuito ecoso ; ccut 10 this
purpsse ha lss sos fart'faied. Mr. Ellis
its ansosterlesseIothle Nesw YorkT rib-
ute says: Chinaast atfews foreigtn
stehers its icc-cgcc c cccii t schools, lits
mossst of siese sre Japanssese. (Adtidhe
'Wes-err must remembciier hsatte Jat-
anese cisasictrsuly- s.foreiginer' itsChinar
aislie BitiiiseresorAmsericas.) Now,
hsowseve, tic-escmplit ges ltp that te.
Japaesecs-tessacercs huelel.cepie atd
morescc cessile lthans smes frmsthie I
Wst ac.sre temscelvec ss ctttiis withs
stly sup5erficisl lessrning. Thirteenth los-
ssandChiciesestudensictss lits-cbentstudy-i
ing 'nTkio duinisg the tast year, bt,
is sadditioinctio ieing sa hobedtof esols-
titsstste etitsentantd ot grossimomor-
lity. Iis Chincese sudsenti boy icc Jatanit
is niotsreceivinig a thoroutsgt educatiotn.
As te governmssentsexamsiaiots lasts
fsll,. nutsof snesrly onie hundcresL iseisx-t
aminised, mstof cwhilomsthassitbeets edciat-t
s-t icc Japsan, nsconse of te stter passed,
While te it-c it-lstcodssl st lie head and
hasds passed eslc-rc eduscaedlits Amterica.-
It i owthetis-governumset's iietion, I
igh officisalcsave ifoes esi, ts send
its sore sudeits to Japan.'
Mlr. Ellis' leture :comenct~einiig Wede
sestiss, Msarchii, sill iperains t ter
success stud fsilurec of tie Amtericanstis- -
sionary, notcionly inthie-eucsatitg atd
Christiantizing of Chinia. scst of the $
Orienti in general.

UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS TO
LECTURE D)URING LENT
The follocisg saddresses by professors
of I-ie" Univ-ersiiy iill ie deliseredt chi-
iing the Leintein season in Harris Hall,
ott Friday, fnrnooos a 5 o'clock:
March 7-8y Dr. Frederickc G. Nosy;
subjeci, 'The Trend ed Modern .Mdi-
\Mareh 3-By Prof. James A. Craig;
susbjecstThe Rtutrn to the Herews
Prophets
'Mlareb2o--By President Angel; sbl-
jccl "TicetHagoe Conference."
Marchs 27 -1y Prof. Robert M. Wen-
Icy; subjet "Social Traditioinaid lte
Chuirch."
April 3-By Prof. Catde H. Vast
Tye yssubject. "AimericansIdeals."
.April o-By Prof. Alfred H. Lloyd;I
subicct, "Thse Truse Basis of Morality."
fhese addresses will be citnder the
asspicecs of thte Hobart Guild aiid all
ssteints are ecordially invitedt to stteid.
JEFFERSONIAN SOCIETY
- WILL M4EET TONIGHT
'lie Jeffersonsiansoctody will gie lie
folloswing program at tsir mcetiig to-
ight:
Parliassetary Drill-Winnser.
Ciurrent Topics-C. Scott, R. M. Bar-
tey. Thomas Robinson.
Address-Prof. Bunker.
Impromsptu Speces-K. A. Moirgan,
0.A. I-obb, R. M. Grabblle.
Genieral debate: Resolved, tatt all
railrsads doinig iterstate cotoiserce
scould Ie owsied andcicotroledl iy te
federal goveriinent. Affirmsatie, Los-
,siger, Tunsonel; negative, Esuerik. Keir-
statu.
Critic's Rport-Nolse.
Y. W. C. . CANDY SALE
NETS A tLARGE SUM
At the cattiy sale held yestercay at
Newsberry HalIncus 4 to 6 p.cc., byte
Y. W. C. A, fifty dollars wocrths of iosse-
msadecacsndyscand cakes wsas sold. Coffee
twts seri-edsthtrousghosut the afterstoos.
Mrc. I eisasict Mrs. D'Oo~tge were icc
carge.
HEAR THE MICHIGENDA HITS
all tis seek at the Tleatoriun, East'
Liberty St. J. R. Gillard, Prosp. 12-17
LOST-Laity's goldh watc wh tMic-
igans seal leatter fob, about 8 o'clock,_
S~usci 4, betwreens isco East Uniersity
aindl camspus, by say of Tappassasd
Southlc:Igals streets. Notify' sio East
Uniiversity. Rewsard. 4-6
LOST-A pair of gold eye-glasses ii
th1casse, betwveess Cstrchsacd Fifth. Re -
sturs 527 Chucrcth St. 14-5
LOST-A pair of gold spectacles.
'star. 2, ott or near camspus. teas-c a
Lamtb L&,Spencer's.
LUST-Finch's case on Real Prop-
'rty: ghavc at Daily office, or pone
287-J. ---14-15
Alarm clocks warranted for one year,
too0. Hller's Jewelry Stre, 216 .
Mlain street. td

Now,
Read
TEXT.-BOOKS
asr" alt depasrtsits of theicseresit
Weil'veIa ame tos i-c of
SECOND HAND BOOKS
Ge(u ri- itscesco
Drafting Instruments
and Supplies
All kinds of Second-Hiand Books
taken in exchange for cash.
WAHR'S
University, Bookstore
SCRAP BOOKS
Now is the right time to
fix up that Scrap Book you've
heen talking ahout so long.
My new (smooth cover)
"M" Book
it hest asid largest ever.
$1.75.
With photo Pres. Angell.
Also Special Picture RAt e
with hook.
LYNDONI

BAILEY & EDMUNDS1
!Bporttng oWON
121 EAST LIBERTY. STREETj
[YE Gi[ASS[S
ityegtasst't havee ecsss ontsa
icessary nistance' with studensts of
hat,' sisal thcy willNwets-once. an eyse
glasis al 'ivsscomfoirt ansd-service.
hav',-yourscoptical work done at
ARNOLD'S and lice wilt tic you, comi-
fortabty ansdtguaransteresultst. (uick
Bipairs. Li-ets eis ond.
-EMIL Hi. ARNOLD
lOpticlpchi-ialist witth
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
.2te South Main Street

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PLAY BALL
NATIONAL
Not Leoa a Bi

Note Covers
and Fllers
At Almost Half price
Co-Op Store'

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March 12
UNIVERSITY,
ORCHESTRA*
Will assist at
Faculty
Conicert
HIGH SCHOOL

Cbc Stubento' Itecture ssociation
Sea= ri of 1907-8
Mar. 13, Opie Rteed
Mar. 20, Oratorical Contest.
Apr. 6, Dr. Brander Matthews
,Aprdi3O, HON. JOHN A. JOHNSON, Governor of
TICK~ETS FOR COURSE INCLUDING-RESERVATION RE-
DUCED TO - - $2.00
Michigan. State Telephone, University Exchange. 68

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