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THE MICHIGAN DAYLt

G. I. Wild Company
Our Spring 19o8 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
I W'OOLENS I
Is now ready. It includes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and Up-to-IDate Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
GIrays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. Hf. Wild Comlparny
311 South State Street
OLt r
First
Shipment of
'Mcpisto
(the uiew gamse craze) was
quickly sold and wc hasve just
rcecised a second aund larger
(Me. Yon'11 find Mephisto
he hbest gamne for outdoors
ti-d indoors too that youl've
(.cv eseen.
PRftICECS
75C9 $1.009 $1.50
Per Set
AT
SheeC:h ani & C o.
Student Bookstores

I THE~ MICIGAN DAILY.

Mlanaging lEditr--ACHE F. RTCIE
Business Manager-C. E. WISEAD.
EDITOS
News,.... .....Hiram S. Cody
Athletics................Lee A White
Exchange.....H. John Wambold'
Music autd Drama. .. c.Ro D. Welch
Women's Editor. ...Louise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAF
J. W MCandlenn Elmer C. Adams
Russell McFarland
NIGT EDITORS
George IH. Hobart Leonard C. Reid
Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymond Vischer
RPORTERS
M. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Mainline Robert Mountier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Louis Kraft
Lewis 'T. Kniskern Robert Moreland
Paul Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto 'Engel Fred . Gooding
Th'eron P. Cooper
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wurz Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gould
Address: MCHIGANi DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours : 1- p. i., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
96"
Theileintratitoni at the Sar thea
re lasitight is, to say le least to ble
dleiplylegreited. Scti a occurrence
cultie i Ivo e. As ani almist anie
sal rule it 1may1 be sidltthat i resort
to iollnilce ii such a trdicaenasoi
ier stiiiieits fouiiniteiiselvs ciyester
day) 1111y asggates lhe aleadytooils
beiem loytedit iis aliioist certdi tiat
a1111oreisaisfaictir coclllsin idd11)
ihiv 11een1rieicild.
1-oevr e c1an1 not pa~ss1111isat
hasteiss 1111tillsalt oftheills i
au ioites -oadthle stillents. It
woul111diundoubiltedily he1unfito sayi lltthai
this de sattite f all t111101y ofi-
cid itiis .a111t111r1of etiiiliissre-
ini many o te-coillege tonls, it 5is1mea-
ger jusice titis gileli le uiifortnelii
stdessi iwhoiifalls itoiathe haitids osithle
him. Al11 c.uisuilciizenls. shetiher osithIis
ciy oc any oter, 111111, illthe name at
Jurstic, resetl thisatitde. Howsever
'is iiay le, i les biii litle towsari
setling ii' touiblue, ht it idoes presntl
a set that cannotible ioverluooske.
Iicntil111le idioibtle Iladsoiiii'bsate
is to hle aittachiiditolite managetmentsii
si t ie tieare. 'The suenuts hadto all
1111peariices, exressel iisaptrosatlon
Salulurday igi iltan haut dropedilthe
mattler. Yesterday the manliager is cc-
portcedl to lae sad that lie didielnot
sant studientiltraie. This expressioti

ciilil lit help biiit.arouise a siriit tgaitst
hi. Iiwsiaii iedttn uotutnat'
tinig to sa.-y. Aitheasre is a public place
anducannituttihle chsed1 to aly class for
such 1rejuiiltie asns ill ae lovi
toi exist. If such swere le swises of
itie mnagemtini regard 10 the pat-
rounaige isanteul. it taity-throsw some f1-
tle light 'iiiwshyosichtextraordinary
frce ills sei i expelling the person
reporedtois'hatve iistreithe ousea
fesi ights a"is
\'ic bsilv tt he iiIlisccirrince of last
niiti is thie ieseeiidcnce that could
iisssibly i. pioducedutoiiprloe that some
ciion shiiiild is akien toiproect t'
righls f the siiieits. I is a fact that
icannt be denu iiea. iiases ile thai
ofSiturdainii ht" iithe odaiistre agaitst
studentsis f any ciistiutd atihority
ori orizatleliott ail beei ready to bach
any cla111115that might liaive een avsalc-
ed y tieiniiduthal sshoeseijuty sas
theustatin hgpoint.If this ideplurtble
evnt aiitll sit the tite r acurreces could
liebenpesveitedu. Is Iis nict a prop-
ositioniithat siill warratithetithogltul
tiiis eriouls ciiisidieraitin ot the St
Ientl C'oiuncil?
ltfilSccs i-ill-1'RI I cICKE.
'heLc- i isiirccquess Ithat lembilers
coeslllwit-ihitheir tickes, tindilsigi the
ills miembelurshiiiubiiiikabefire theIswet-
ix-firstioithe miiinith. 'T'he- iotice has
liteliruninhig ilt the paer ot-soue
tim iiibu ills-resonliseits biei tatdy.
fit- tske is ti simtple-sit, reiuring
solenlylie iicvsec-irkeilsteteitfroti
liten tw is csti'ltsses. I is for purposes
it rect-sri, tiiiloitready, -. en-ieti
slc-utiicausti iii ndshosud111heli-loikeilto
IAIIA WINS INT RNESHIII
AIT Rltttltl( ISlAND ltSlIttAt.
Chals1s.II - isiuy. -i utilber ilte
seniorimiecictl clss. ha s firiiihled its
ixml f the hiighsainidardi of Micih-
ia'me itlciuse. s I t sccssuly
iasse iieuximitiiniofthe iicRhode
Islandltgcneralit hosplitlgietin1Plrov-
idece lst wis ndrceliiltied te of
the six ilte rie sipts (Competig aaist
hli s et-ssvenithler ell rep-
resening ine c slegs ive.coithIlese'
l~'cfo ie Jlins 111111ils Scocol
sis 1111111arvardissur1f1111 al iandt
1ae lutSrc,1litJcffesot tiic
iii 'flu. Te hospssitl5is mune f te
1-rg'est iniNesw I' islassliiiilis eat-
isatisis.1siiiion ae smogtieitmost dificuilt to
pass 1r 1 Ic Isde is hscsisoin tg i
the diprIctica sitets i 'illnosill" success-
fully ei-i-c-iscs- gisencim.11111 1hecrepi-
sehtt ie is tisischolliss faid ptrtl
ini tiriimiithoss of sithilysicl ialgosis.
'Ile iermi iftsetvc- iitheifimita-iy lasts
isis'yecais \iisother Milcuigitstan,
Ired ligeloic Iipssid thu cxa-inatio,
list syeai iand is sevig" there it presett.
Baitlesy s " i s iracuateXof Woosci Col-
legs' --iilasi licilii ofstheIigmua Chi
fiaterid y ilseIIcis Iaiiieiiber f Pofes-
sill Pteirisill'sstilt iii sl beienctssers-
ingcti is intreinte UivseIsty o-
FUh'ND-It Fis tin Pen.i cODiwter cati
obtinisanetu is-cllinti-iDa'ils of-

7ICHIGENl)A CAST WILL
BANQUET AT CLUBHOUSE.
Invsittiots av-c beettistelto over
a tihttireilosithise who took part it
.icligetd, fira iblautttiible held t
te Union clbhouse tonight.
Songs, stories and reminiscences, es-
pecially those of the chorus girls, will
form the greaer part of the program.
'The baquet will be sometehing in the
nature of a reward for the hard uorb
dotie by the principals cast at-d com-
millees.-
SOPHOMORE GIRLS GIVE
ST. PATRICK'S IUNCBEiON.
'The sophomore girls uwill celerate St.
Patirick's day at Barbour gymnasiu by
a biiffet lunchiotn. Patners will be
choseni by lit. The lnheoi proper
siill le over in te for those who
has-c sone o'clock classes, -wheile tose
alliscii remiaitn will sdace in the lpar-
lirs Somnc hbsitess matters of the
class isill lbe hriitgttbefore the girls.
Thetcsicad comnmsittee hasing te affair
ini cliargcoinsiss of te follosiigmen-
es: ls ciBettdy Luc, chairnan,
Alicent HoltI-Hope Conklin, Mary Dff,I
Ma~rgart Steglich, Asa Jones, Viiaat
BHand S-lly ClarksoinIna hieir attd
LouseMske.
StENIOR hAND FRESHMAN GIRLS
M 'i I IN INIDOR BASEIAL.
Theindoolsr laseball tesnssitthe sem-
ir anidhfrcshmtati girls will play this
-eveninug at 7 o'clock. A close gamie is
cexpectcd. The lue-sp is as follows:s
Seniotrs Freshment.
Jacoilt(Ca111)- It- --........Croe
I Str..- ....c - It..eit (Cpt.)
Carer- t-. ....1 ....Cllitsut
Ruulilma- - sli-.zb .....Seest
Sutrk....... -. 31.) -.. Edtister
Ilesit --..... rs -.....Htrley
Bridgmtan.i.... s- --.......Fox
Fitch- --......rf - It.....age
H-endierson. ... - If -..... an ihls
Referee. Perit.
t'iipire IHartshotrn.
'thle gmtte isill le close.tush all cl-
cge iwomtieni tre ititesd.
MicClUIRE LECTURES TO
B G:l SCBHODO. (N "TIX."
.he. (Gillert .lcCirg etterttied a
ltarge audieniceeailtiight i teIight
Schl ud.5sitoriumttiios-hilii lustraedl
tlk suit"''Texas." Mr. McCltrg camte
heeundiier ite aspsices of the Anntu Ar-
bor Iboatru of edulcttiot to gisethle se-
tunhdinumer ot her series of "rael
tlkts.
T'ihekr gusetageeral oulnes
f 'hexats' saniest history, atshis life
undiuer six sdifferett goertutetts. Ster-
suohuiconutviews-wsere usest to porray the
hitric spots cut the "Lone Star stae."
The thirdl of the "trasel-talks" wil
hube girent Friday eening by Professor
Carlitrt. 'Tis talk will be baseutout
his travsels its Africa. Te fourtt le-
ture will le o"Italy" hby-Prtessor
IHobbts.
P'uiAsseUCos AW.DUt tcetAL.sts
'fle follossing uten of the Plaiutuic re-
lay- eatm hasecbtentaatreiteirnuttmn-
erals : Ben Settutur. Remy Stoffel,
George B. Fitik, Charles A. Berns atd
Baum I. Meloche, mnaager.

~Globe VWernkcke
Book Cases
The kind that grows with
your library- that w ill fit
practically any space--that
can be moved, one unit at a
time, by one person without
disturbing the books-that is
practical, artistic, and the only
perfect sectional book case
made. Fitted with non-bind-
ing roller-hearing doors; base
units furnished with or with-
out drawers; and all made in
a variety of woods and finishes
adapted to any surroundings.
Call and see thenm or send for
catalog In6 with interior views
showing arrangement in li-
brary, parlor, etc.
Price per section $2.50
and up.
WAHR' S
University Bookstore-
G. L OARIN[ELt
Law and Medical Bokseller
IMPORTANT LAW AND MEDICAL
BOOK
Digby'sahitstory of thaut ofs
Real Poperty - -- $30t0
])an HutehissE dton of
WiltiausaRSeal Propert - $300
Frui'tlifRsty 100
Itstop s Brticuuls ad Foms
CrimminaAtions - -- $600
rtsho' rmnlrcdr,$1200
ttuynoud's ThetuuY ioif idence, $2 00
steptmen'sDtgest ufviec,e $4.00
Me -cleq's Eidence,- - $.5
Mash alt s 'srpuotus - $6.00
Tomtpi's Summary oit uhc
.aw ft'iorprattos, - - $2.50
Welsmall's Art tueCrosus $25
Esxaminiattio, - - $20
tiriisc,'s. Atbbtti Fuurmiss - $6.00
tat's t'iuadttmis, IPratiett''amd
Foisrtivos.. - - $1.00
Wisio 's~se Firmis, 1 cls..$1200
MEDICAL BOOKS
Haes tratteat 'rhe',autoiis, $4.00
ticehiamt's upirittrt' Srery. $600
Eisemurath's Sgialigisis $6.50
tiatel'i tost-yhuortem $,0
Patologty, - - - 50
iutiuta-i c ltrnesn Atlanaus
'TeuxtltBooksof Aatmy 3nvols.. $18.00
Crossen's Ditseases f VWomemni- $6.00
cailte'isr~tuierettai Iiaglusis
and Treatmemnt, - - - $6.50
Itali's Spcissi Mdical - $6.50
Ota-ittiss - - -
Goltls tigraphi iniuts. $50
trusts..-
tDictionsaies, oiles' tc.
C. E. BARTHEILL
Law and Medical Baosealler
Tel 761. 326 S. Sate St.
[YEGL6 ASSE[S
Eym sasies hate eloesuchistia
neeisaryanuisamnce'witsstudemnts f
lae tat teycwill weome so ye-
glass ttat givies commfr amidserocete.
Htace yurop tittel wor done t o
ARNOLD'S ad the will fim'yui sue-
fortabY amd guaratee ruslts. shunt~
Rlepars Luses Grond.
EMIL Hi. ARNOLD
optcltecaisestt wis
WM. ARNOLD, jeweler
20 Soh Man Street

5'.

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___S PAL DI N G IADI
MARK 6~ & BROS.
The Largest Manutacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Soupplies
Iase Ball. Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Otficial lIplements tur Trachkad Field Spants
Uaiforass tor alt Sports. Spaldine's Hadsomsely
Illrated caalouearot all spurts couainhssso-
mereousasuggestios.lead tue m.-It's fleer.
A. G. SPALDING A BROS.
New York, Chcago, St. luu, Sanacstou
:!Minneapolis,lDenverBuStoaa.Syrcusse,PFtts-
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New Orleans, Detrait, Mumtreal.,dCanada.

SHIRTS
For 69c
Co-Op Store

MAY FESTIVAL
P'lta Conetsa
May 13-14-15-16
THE THOMAS ORCHEISTRA
Fmrederck A. Slosh, Conuorl
CHORAL UNION (300 VOICes)
Alliert A. Stanley, Conduetur
P,-Iraipw..l Choral Worka
'Ceatiumn" - Hlaydns
"Faust"' - Gaoil nod
Mrs. Coinimne Rtide'r-Kelsey
Thursday and Saturday Evenings
home. Ernestine Schuman-Hleink,
Countraldt Wed. ad Fri. Evenings
Miss Janet Spincer, Cotralto
Fri. Afternuon anidSat. Evenimig
lie. Edward Johson, Teaor
Thur., Fri. and Sat. Esenimngs
Mr. Claude Cusnatigham, Baritone
Satarday Eseaing
Mr. Earle uG.mKluee., Baritone
Satarday Eveaing
Mr. Herbert Wtherspooa Bass
Thuscay and Saturday Eventngs
Mr. L. Or Maca, French Burn
Friday Afternoon
Mr . ewemWednesday Esening
-Season Ticksets (unreserved) $3.
,Se'asuan'ricets (rese-red) $4, $5, $6
'or Sate at,
Scshool of Musilc

Oratorical Contest, March 20
S1igle Adnmissiotn "" 25C
Brander Matthews, April 6
Sizrigi. Admissi&on - - 50c
Gov. John A. Johnson, April 30
Single Adrmission - 500
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS for these three attractions $1.00
Tickets must be secured between 5 and 6i P. M., Wednesday,
Thursday or Friday, or between 7 and 8 P. M. Friday of this
week at Box Office, University Hall.
PLENTY OF GOOD SEATS LEFT
Cbe $tubents' ~lecture Issoct atton

121 Washington E. The Randall Studio, Ranal ak, Props.

Phone 598

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