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'T HE MIC:B'fAN 1 A!Y ,1

ii B11 ~A11h1 1THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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u. n. ffiiu Uuwpauy I

Our Spring 98 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
jWOOLENSI
Is now ready. It includes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and Up-to-Date Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Cariboui Tan,
Leather Shade,
- Grays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. H. Wild Compally
31I South State Street
DO YOU KNOW THAT
The
New
(Game
Mephisto
Is the most fascinating
healthful sport for indoors or
out that has yet been devied
Just now it is the craze the
world over We have just
received a shipment and swell
gladly show them
-PRICES-- -
75C, $1.00, $1.50, $200'
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
__ A.GO. _
____ 6S PAL DIN __
tn~s & BROS.
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Bali, Foot Bal, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
official Ioplesment fo Track ad FildSports
Uniformso for alt Sport. Spaldig's Hadsomely
Ilustrated Catalogue ot alt sport cotans nu-
meros sggestions. Sesd for it-It' free.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, St. Louis, Ssn Francisco,
Mnneapoi, Denver, Buff ao, Syracuse, Pitt-
burg, Philadeiphia, Boston, ticinati, Bati-
more, Wahinciton, Kasa City, Cevelsnd,
New Oreans, etrol, Montreal. Cand.

Maiioging Edidtor-ACHERa F. RTCMig
Business Manager-C. E. WISTED.
EDITOS
News ..:............'Hiram S.Cody
Athletics...':...........Lce A Whit
Exchange. .....H. John Watbold
Music and Drma.....Roy D. Welch
Womns Editor... Louise Van Vooris
EDITORIAL STAF
J. W.. McCandless Elmer C. Adams
Russell McFarland
NIGTEDITnOS
George H3. Hobart Leonard C. Reid
Chauncry Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymond Visscher
RP'ORTRS
M. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainline Roert Montier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Louis Kaft
Lewis T. Kniskern Robet Moreland
Paul Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Engel - Fred E. Gooding
- Theron P.- Coopr
BUINES STAFF
John F. Wurz Carl H. Adam
- Harold P Gould
Address: MICHIGANDIL~tY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard, Street.
Manager's Hours: 1- p. i., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
SUNDAY, MARCH 8, joo.
HIGH 40CtAiRSS FORTHEi.55tAWS
Ouri frietns, tirrowdy loss, eho
ere onesc spjposed-to b e "ough'
enosgli to endture ayiniig, are oss f-
fectingte fastidious style. 1]laig ien
provided with smoke rotmis, tlhey has-c
turned a critical eyuos their library,
and(1declare thatte itoiiy cxpeded
!ptiit ie former luxury mighSIacbett
aut iniitheir reding room. upos real
ncesaries of .comfort. Te chairs ii
hi rosim, it sens, are fasteed to te
floS "o Andt they are located accoring
t,, tir idealsad te grth mieasremieti
:ft ., by-gonte geeraton, of a geteratioi
swhicht cottnted years careftlly, amtong
th lt-ualiicatittis for--a lawyer, aidipu
men ini t legal raiiig who had giniedl
exiterienlce atnd steight as ioliceme or
tldern i. -etee it lhapes thatte
sas are atogeller tot comttiodiots for
tite striplintgs swho, in :tis goleti age
of young ad shapely menet have occa-
o~sir-o use ten. By sitig oi the
edlge, they say, atd leaning far forsard,.
tter 'ees can srely be brugt beyod~
te. etige of .the desk.
Te sittaito is iot pleasati for te
iiats.. : Tey long for he cmputls car-
pesutr o comti, with his screw-driser,
atnt shift ithe ses a foot o foresards.
Untuil hiii..cotnitedoie, tedesice Iusel
by ctuntr folk inielevatig teir clii-
drnutataS-lektitghu te atle.o sere.
A smtall chour or a stool, or a series of
ctsionts placed on top of te large
chtairasw11lsdo the work. This is offered
only as a suggestion But whatever te

waysomeag eltomutst e imade, or ot
frieonds of good gvsernent toy resort
o irtvolutioti.
Ai tnERss5E Siet.'
"Oysiers oysers, rat, raw, raw-
Ve ry raw vry raw, CLAMS."
Thac NI eone .s sugesion fr' a nt
cry lit- the grotss."Ru-ro," supposedly
naire to uiversity towns.
OH iSitH
\Withlu tr present sidesak conditions,
tee miay tsocepedt to see a arsiy
cretw prcticingosithelaccampus.
'T'he fresh-sophi meet tas a huge su-
cess. Sill MilardI ws clerk of course.
NE:WS OF 'fISE MEDICS.
Friday tws a iantner day iite de-
partent f gyecology ad obsietrics.
Besides tnt clitical cases, four of which
were major oeratithns perforned by
Prof. Peterson, foitrbiits occurred in
the netw maiernity wart. One of these
tas tn energency case. Within forty-
it-c minutes after Prof. Petersos decid-
ed to operate ott the case, every seior
mtedic lhat bent notifel and he ampi-
theter filled. Howtieer, this is bt or
examtpe of a frepuent occtrrence.
D~r. :HugtFruid, of Detroit, adt,
ftrmterly an, insrtcor i theory and
ractice, sewas a hospital visitor Friday.
While ini Ann Arbor heleaieided Prof.
Dock's ciinic. , -
Srof, Peterson, leave. tolIfy .for te
eastsiand o ,will 01eet nloeof lst classes
tis seek. lHe will read a paper before
te New York Ostetrical society and
wil sendc several tdays in Bostoi, while
abtsent. -
'fle Atmericant Pathological Asocia-
tiont, of wehici Prof. Warthin it- pres-
dell, sill old its annuual meetg in
Anni Arbor ont the Friday and Saturday
precedinig aster. A baqtet to the vsit
itors atibeei ilatned for that Friday
igit, at te Michigat Uniot cltouse.
T'he progranm sill le ot aotte first
of April. The imembtersip of the or-
ganiztionict is limited 1to ttwo hundred
iten, amiog.sswhomi are the .pricipal
ptthloogists ad baceiologists of te
counlltry. Dr. Warthiut was elected prs-
identlast .0ear atte Wasingtont utiet-
ig as a. -s-gtard fr ilt researches car-
riett ott inAttniA~lho turing te pst
years.
EM P1 IRE STATE STU ETS
BANQU~ET, AT.CLBHOUSE
The Newe 'ork eclubIeld its fifth n-
nttalltaniqtet last ight at the Uioa
cltbhtotise. 'T'his tas the itast -elaborate
banquet he Ettpiire state students hae
ever givent. adl the largest, sixty-fie
miemibers beig present.
'Te folloswing rspoded to,toasts
Prof. F.H. ItHiigbie, Prof. E. $. Kaus,
NV. J. Dutpper, . X. Gardner, . J.
tris, C. R. Gtudlac, H. A. Clark,
andt S. J. Willis.-
Thte citti sill gieitwo nmore stok 's
aidttwso Sances thut senester
FOR SALE-A fne "oise" -coepte
Phone 949. t 7

fMUusic ana ]Drama
iLrrtit JQBN-NY JOS.
With a --cor& of -a six rionis' en-
gagement in flew- York City. an, a four
monhs'" run iii Chicago, "Litle Jonfny
Jolaces" will be presented at hg~'Whgney
tomnorrow night. The engagement prom-
ises to be the most notable of the sea-
son, for no musical production presented
last year scored so emphatialy as this
product of George M. Coan's pel.
'Lithle Johnny Jones" has been highly
praised by the critics everywhere wholi
write in glowing terms of its originality
itt consrtiction and speak in the highest
praise of its captivating and catchy mi-
sic, of which there are twenty-two num-
bers. Mtr. Cohan has been gien much
credit for the consistent story he Shas
writteni, whichi tells the fortuneandais ad-
ventures of an American jockey, who
goes to England to suin fame ott the
Etnglisht turf.
"AY n otsES" AT THEsMAJESTIC.
Commencing Monday for one week a
sensationtal noelty is promised at ttt
Majestic by the appearne of Sirronje,
known as the "Lady Raffles." Sirronje
is a rather demure brunette, slight, quite
titlike the picture one swoutd draw of a
Iyoung woman who hsa succesfuly
throswn off the irons and manacles witt
sehich she has been bound, in special
tests, placed upons ter by police antI
petial officials throughout the country.
Sirronje invites police, sheriffs, Or in
fact anyonte, 'to bring regulation irons
and test her poswers to free herself. The
progranm for the week promises much
in bot comic and "novel features.
THE COILIGE WIO.
"'The College Widow," ever sew, ever
-clever, was heartily enjoyed yesterday
at both performances. Good audiences
sow the perfcrmances ad laughed and
-appattded generously. The football
scene stirreddtp real enthusiasms whichi
broke out in a "U. of Mi." frmi(lie ga-
ry. The company was uniforpygood.
George, Ade's character work i,' to the
point anid not yet surpassed. "i } c Col-
lege Widowsesens to be the Vjosu per-
massen ttigle -has written.
LOST-Gentlemian's ghuh watch with
fob t Hamptott works; ittuting :cate
Lost March 6,"Notify 7o Arbor street-
Pitoie 77-J" Rgsard. 17-18
Ladies' or gentement's ight grade Old
English face calling cards, each protect-
cii by a tissue seet, send .postpaid, so
cents for fifty, or 75 cents for ii hundred.
Record Printery, South Bend, Ind. "
The Myers. Bros. line of customwme
shirts and underwear. Phone ego-Bioe,
and represrnitative will call. 17-18
Since i88 we' have made Wach Re-'
pairing 'one of our strongest 'features.
Haler'.,Jewgry Store, 2t6 S. Main
street. °eod
-HE«AR THE MICHIGENDA HITS
all 'this seek at the =Theatorium, East
Liberty St. J. R. Gllard, Prop. 12-17

Ready
TEXT- ROOKS
For all deprtme nto te Uniersity
We tcaverer sok af
SECOND HAND BOOKS
Bet Os, tPo'ees tn
Drafting -Instruments
antI Supplies
All kinds of Scosu-Hiand Books
taken in exchange forcash.
WAHR'S
University $ookstore
SCIRA'-BOOKS
Now s the right time to
fix up that Scrap Book youe
been talking about so long.
My new (smooth cover)
«M"' Book
is best aind largest ever.
$1.75
With photo Pres. Angell.
-Also Special . Picture R a t e
with hook. -
LYNtbON
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
aportin Goons
131 EASIr LIBEjTY STREETj
Y G6[ASS[S
F.yglsssts have iieootesictia
neeesary nisacui with students at
tte tat tiey wilit weone n eye-
glass titat gies confor and serete.
usaes'yice ptitiui work done t
ARNOLD'S and tare wilt 51 you coo-
fortahbl ant guisrutee restst. Quilt
Repairys..Lenasetrotund.
EMIL Hi. ARNOLD
Optca Spetiaist with
WM. ARN OLD, Jeweler
20 Suthrtain steet

, .

Stylish
More Stylish
Most Stylish
Are those that buy
their Spr~rig Shirts
At_
The Comopstore

S
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March 12'
UNIVERSITY
ORCHSRA,
Will assist at
Faculty r
~ICISCHOOL.
HAL

students'.. Lecture Association
OPIE RA
Kiaig of American Funmakert
Friday 'E nni ..March 13,19 08,
"-at 8 o'clock.-
U nive rsrity Hall

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