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March 07, 1908 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAYLVI

G. I. Wild Comupanly
Our Spring 198 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENSI
Is now ready. It incdes 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. II. Wild Compally
311 South State Street
DO YOU KNOW THAT
The
New
Game
M c Phist o
Is the most fascinating
healthful sport for indoors or
out that has yet been devied
Just no0w it is the craze the
world ovei. We have just
ieceived a shipment and swe11
gadly show them.
-PRICES--'
75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
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oi Oicial Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, (Gol, Lawn
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Uniforms, oe alt Soets. Saldig's Hadsomey
Iliiustratd Catalgeeoftalt sortscontais ns-
msrrussuseeestions. Sendor it.ttIt'frer.
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New Oreans, Detroit, Nisotrea, Canada.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Moiiagfiig E]ii-AnCIIrc F. RITctoig.
Business Manager-C. E. WINSTA.
tDITOS
News. .....Hiram S. Cody.
Athletics ......... ......Lee A White
Exchange .....H. John Wambold
Music and Drama. gu.. Ry D. \elh
Women's Editor... Louise Van Vorhis
EITORIAL, STAF
J. W. MCandless Elmer C. Adams
Russell McFarland
NIGHT EDITOS
;erge I. Hobart Leonard C. Reid
Chauncry Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymond Vissher
att'ORTRS
Mi. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainline Robert Mountsier
Luwell . Carr Dnald L. Kinney
WValter K. Tuowers Louis Krafi
Lewis T. Kniskern Robert Moreland
Paul Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Ege Fred . Goding
Theroin P. Cooper
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wre Carl H. Adam
iHarold P. Guld
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Managers Hours: 1- p. i., 9-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
96"
SATURIDAY, MARCH 7.508.
l ioma icsaslointedl stdest' sit
hate a scomplaiint toilsy regariig te
filu re, of raiers to rplaeo s oni
the ir roper seits cin thelisb hry. If
tii.sirteirlst suh letter that tas
come t str decsk we iwoiiiiquisti
most of iiittisertioiis bifir accitig
tei. But seerat Isters. andI iesonial
ili.sri-.tiui. shiw lit affairs iii thi-
redigromare ouresgulate-utas te
solit lit-Boiks eefreqently left
oil thetlewsertieyluesrie latst used.
andiIacong miany tables. tinitmiiiyiidot-
so f oiler boossion sllthemi. is s ills
to make:sssearch.'fTistw-ouldle nit gre at
fault ini case sf ae 5vtlsies wichisth ~e
s-Is-c. IiBut. ost oflt-euboks ion te
refers-tie shlesconsisst i signeits
wih hin hsilttlattsses-perhapits of seteral
hunt e tit m~i sembl etssi- i-citqirtesto esists
lieu-wsterpilcedilwhere slie tre fir
stshatasonittalone. Ats-tud set hs smallsi
rega-trd Ifor te rights of list felots, is-le
lie abuises anitetnisdedsconei encte sit
Tlie ilrtary- authlorities mtigs ts el
to itt- sla--omei tro isiot fir at-elesses
oth kn.It geteralIuthtitles of
tcoIseg is mtsanage ith ilsttWsise usits-
isrer f iprec-ii ision tndgeieositiy-whisieh
gets le est results, lis tse.itt-whoi
stffer diliy, as shes ousr "dsiapinsited
-sit. fes1thatitits uebrachsel eiet
its blieseniosruptedl iolxesisec aueise
its sobjets tre noittiorthy,.fTheyswolsd
tiesferto w itsast the sdess a half hois,

tutu get their hiooksatOte end, rather
sthan gsafreely t a shelf tinidlnot. get
it attll.
We wesouldt le sismssg he ltist to ask
that the~ referenscetroit fetture of the
librair leasilishieid. But if its auses
cannot be regulated, the privilege of
running at large in the pac should be
restrictesd enough to make i an honor
tid aresponssibility.
Douit talk about Romass aqueducts, or
things luke tat, to ime-
Bite sideiaks sae them all beat out
tis they-flssws-sitosift oust free.
Ild01 Venice, ini gondolas, maidens lan-
guishted, andtilalltyed stes;
Its AnintArbor. with their iotebooks,
thsey giofortits risbber oots.
Ytu'tt readi fisaidis f Nornmandy a-.
thsey- ibried the tes snd rocks-
lT-syarentutits it wsiti sitecollege girls
is they smsake their eight-'clock.
Ctiesarsmty ae swumst the 'iber-but
you le, 'tiwsosl tae inblts
Jilts tousee tiassiile fresmanssspliiging
srii -ousr setasiof shus.
Nepitunte sssou l iret-rithe currentisiti
Ieree'scile wori-insg ove-riime, wstill
jutagentilespinegtimescthau.
D. 1. . isnitJ. M. 'f.
\llfIl111)5O)F-'RAILWAY
APP7RAISAL.S IESCRIBEII
..H. I iscsistis, twhos adressed 5the
.Fitgiiucriig society last iigt upon the
stujct, "Raiwaiy Valutaion," presentei
al detailedi descriiptionsof the organiatoin
an mii sethossed isilin hese appraisals.
-Mr. I lissesisass tworked ipois the valua
t its f te Chicasgo andtDetroit street
railwayi -systemissitndupstoitthe appraisals
f th e railroasti ofsithigan, ad illus-
trated his paper with fguies fromi these
es.tiates.
't'he calculatsions of the depreciatioii
fator hes e tcscibiediiasitne of ue mtii
difficult featitres of teu-iork. Fr x-
aimplle. its Chicago, its order to find the
ideprecitiiin in vtluic of the ris oser
sewt-iitosiisand idivtutu limiteasuremteits
wers ae oit n stste set-cinlisunsrdl siles
of 5 tick.
\ hIsinssestsiseetisig folsisedste ad-
sdeess. Its annouinsscd that a god
titns sets f exchanitges iseectill in the
litry. Newii mermsers therefore may
still otitisthe set. 'Ticestarlitoleoil
sale fr te Ibtasquet is-hics itill he held
(altrchs 20 st tarclubhitousc.Deant Cool-
ey, 'rof.\WilliamssanutuProf. se iMte
iault wiill sttendilthe banueslt.
SENIfR IR LgS WILL GIVE
UNION MIEMORIAL, IF-
At ta smetisig of the seior girls hel
Wecdnecsdayst Barboisr gym, though oiit}
a liesartof ue class ti-sirepresented.
si descisisiotsreachedilin regri to their
atituidsie int he mtsse of te seior mecm-
oril fisisi. They decitei that if all
deiparmients joisi in slus gift, the gift
shldssibti for te Uiion. Buit if the
literary cass aonse gises it, it hold
go to the Universiy.

MUusic ana Zranma
rtriSI scxituPOA Oti51ir.
The most important light opera event
of- the year im Detroit wilt 'be the ap
pearance of Fritzi Sheff at the Detroit
opera house for one week only, startiig
Monday, March 9, in her greatest suc-
cess, "MUe. Modiste." The only maine
wil e gve on Saturday. Charles
Dillingham sill send with Madame
Scheff precisely the same big organia
tifn othat appeared with her during her
three sng engagements in this opera ii
New Trk City at the Knickerbocker
theaier. The ast will include Robert
Michaelis, William Pruetie, Claude Gil-
inigwaer, Leo Mars, Howard Chambers,
J. G. Doyle, R. W. Hunt, Josephine
Bartlett, Blancthe Morrison, ferta
H~olly, Ethel Bard, Carlyn Srelite, the
Sisiers Consantine, and oher. Madame
Schieff has becote kntowtn as ite queen
of lighti opera in iis country, a title she
ieserves. "Mlie. Modiste" sas writtei
for Madamue Scheff by Henry Blossons
stud Victor Herber, awto, amoig oler
successes, are responsible for "The Rei
,Mil] ," whiici is to le seetilin Detroit
laier in the year. The opera is te igh-
cit type of ight nitsical entrtainmetst
that ihe American stage affords today.
aiiii Mir. IDilinghamns proucietotrealy
dleimonsitrates suit perfect a present-
tioun of light opera may henuaide ii this
counitry. ifail orders shent accosmpianiedI
iy money orders aid self-addressed en-
vetlopecsill be huored in the orier re-
ceived. The prices range fromuio0cedts
to $2.0.
TH-L GIRL, IN RED.
'Tce Girl in Red is deightingbut-
dredls of amunsemntilovers at the Ca-
siiio, Main street, ihis stuk, iiiauviiced
vaudueville acts. Engagementl cintiiues
this afternooni aniulevenig. Casino,
popuslar five-cent teater.
LOST-Watch fob duriing hicligendi
at Whitney, or ott State sreet. Noify
Cushiing's piarsmacy. tf
'fHESIS-Mltke your date fr ype-
weting theiss at once toiasissure gettig
it its ins tinme. Jsliffe & Kitzmmiitr. od
HIEAR THE MICHIGENDA HITS
allthIlis wteek atthe Theatoriuii, East
Liberty St. J. R. Gilard, Prop. 2-7
LOST-Lady's goldwataidswithi hich-
gait seal leather fob, about 8 ocock,
Miarchs 4,hbeteetnio ast Uniersiy
aitd campus, by ay of Tappati std
South Inigalls srets. Noify tto East
Uiviersity. Reward. 14-6i
LOST-A pair of gold eye-glasses its
the case, betaeon Curh and Fifth. Re-
tirnt 527 Church St. 14-5
LOST-A pair of gold spectacles.
iluar. , ott or near campus. Leae at
Latol & Spencer's.
LOST-Finch's cases on Real Prop-
erly. eLave at Daily office, or phone
'287-J. 14-5

Ready
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Sot nit dpartensts ofthesUivsit ,
SECOND HAND BOOKS
Uttur tintce s ii
Drafting Instruments
and Supplies
All kinds o Second-Hand Books
taken in exchange for cash.
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University Bookstore
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Law- ad MdialtBookseller
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BOOKS
IRigbyiisiHisry siofi-this sit
tRea Property - - - $3.00
least ilt( uiuittiolltuu
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Bishopuisttreluuus tutu iosis.
criminsa Acstions- - - $6.00
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tenoids Theoi iriioft-tidetusc, $200
Stephen-tt's Diges fot teiietiur.$4.00
Mchieey,.tI- i-ider,-- - $3.50)
Miarshal's Copaion~uis'l, - $.00
Tominhs Siuumy of the
Lawo otiiirporautLins. - - $2.50
wetliuuituitA riioftens
Esamini ti - - $2.50
ttuuuiict's ayrs Matuusat. $.50
itirdicyeo. AhAibotts Fhruseu - $.00
Bt's 111'tt-iitgs.. 'rauttuu sit
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Wnw'u.u Codetsh'Fcrmusrs,2l.. $12.00
MEDICAL BOOKS
Haeuti's aciipalsiierapuics. $.00
isemIiWiotti-.Ssstal titignsist.,$6.50
Pattui . - - .- - $5.00
'rexttBoosofiiniuttiutt3-:otsh...$1.00
Crusiu's tieaies-o f se, $0.00
Coilitis liftetiutiul ItiiscOii-i-
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Leutes spin"al Metical
Dia-uuusi- - - - $6.5
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tae out-riuo-piuti wusde a t
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Not League Btif
Note Covers
and Fillers
At Almost- Half Price
Co-Op Store

March 12,
UNIVERSITY
ORCHESTRA
Will assist at
Faculty
concert.
HIGH SCHOOL
HALL.

Cbe $tuaents' lecture Association
Season of 1907-8
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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