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THH MICHIGSAN DAILY

6. IH. Wild Comlpally
Our Spring 198 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENS]I
Is now ready It includes all
the latest Novecties Shades
and UptoIDate Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
Gfrays and
Fancy Blues
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. H. Wild Comfpanly
311 South Sae Stree
Get
Your
Tennis
Rackets
Restrung
Before the season opens tip,
instead ofiisating for the
good weathecr to reindc you
of it We have the work
don bei l one of the best firis
illtile illiitI s and its good.
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
A. G. r-
a! "SPALDING _____~s
& BROS.
The Largest Manufacturers in he World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Otficia Impeetfor o Trakad Field Spurt,
Uniformst for all Sport. Spadigs Hadseley
Itustratedt Catloue ot alt sports contains nu-
meros sugesrtions. Sed or it.-Itsfre.
A. C. SPALDING & BRO.
New' York, ohivuo, St. Louis, SasFrnceisc,
bitinceapois, tenver, Bufalo, Syracuse, Pilts-
burg, Ph laviip i, tBoso, Ciecinnat,Balt
sore, Wasingon, Kansas City, Cleveland
New Orleans, Detroi. Monrea, Canada.

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THlE MICHM~AN DAILY, thive upn ci ocrxnpnusceleratexsis
birthiday.lihecliii, ilhougi verylimited
xi sope and astipiratoinsx.foirms <<
,laagixog dditor-Actiuxi .RITCH~I nclet i liolilil ihixchi ceniiersthe iter-
Business Manager-C. R. WuINrTEA. cxlofxthlemen whovlook tupion he' nile-
ilivatthir ttntix an o i nlife.
EotTOeS .Xitixxigix stch interestsxlhave inever
Nexts.................H-irai S. Codi hld axprmineniitx'i place in our univxersity
Athletics ..............Lee A Whit' life, buingt l liy eclipsedi liptil emci-
Exchange....i.. f. olhn Wambold,.hici la1 i id nte nore'ecivciialschools.
xintsic oind Dranma.. eRy D. \Welclx seivra attemptsj have blen ade ito i
Xomen's Edlitor. . . Louise Von Voorisicfounxxixi tholgic xialtieptartmnin x eix
EnITOetAt STAFFPnecion xiithlithe xvcampusxi. lBishop WX~il-
J. Wii. McCandless Elmer C. Adams iiii haslxixvercivil strenuoitsxeffixrtx to-
wardiitlxxiietnxi. 'ndiii ex iwithitronx'xg ell-
NIGHT ETPORS couraexgemxvem lxiixv xi v vqarexs, lxiiieacti
George It. Hobart Leonaord C. Reiditu'timete planixhasxfxailed-asxhave state
Chauncry Boucher B. G. R. Williams xxxlxrxvworthy projects'-becauseivof lxxvi
RayoyntdVisxchrr xf fuxxiids. Itivis xthouxghtxthe xxiire libi-

RZPORTERS
Mt. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainline Robert Mountsier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Louis Kraft
Lewsis T. Knixskerin Robert Morelandl
Poat treer Somuel H. Meorel
Otto Engel Fred E. G~oodiing
'Teron P. Cooper
BUSINESS STAFF
Jobn F. Wore Carl H. Adanm
Hiarold P. Gould
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg..
Maynard Street.
Managers Hours : I-2 p. in., 7-8 p. mn.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
St'i I.XV. M.RCII 29. i9o8.
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him xii xxwill ight forx his crights. lThe
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PROtFi. tiUNKE'R'S SPEECIH
XWINS CASTEtOR PI.AINTIFFS
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case m equvxlxiy, helindingxi~ cmerv'el ad-
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perx exx' xlveryiiliiely thatxlCaxxxcelor
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prodcedxl xxichx' proe tte h xi loe Ixacti
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ol the genera'xi lxudents' Citian axit xsso-
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isxt xiiv'lraiiixxeixi fr iAy . lDr.
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xspeakeriiftheoccasion.
j nteicollegiat. Notes. j
tieam xi '.lastyea, hsibenixappinxtedvcchxi
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withxpnkxxxxxnstater tie Fateriiviac-
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txv ? Ii ix'xxx.

Globe Wernicke
Book Cases
The kind' that grows with
your libray-that w i ll fit
Ii activally any spae - tat
catn he moved one unit at a
tinme by otie persoti without
disturbing the ooks-that is
practical, atistic, atid the otly
perfect sectional book case
niade. Fitted with non' bnd-
ing roller-hearitig doors; base
units furiished wiith or with-
out drawers; atid all nade in
a variety of woods and finishes
adapted to any surrounditngs.
Call and see them or send for
catalog ino6 with intetifor views
showing arrangement in li
brary, parlor, etc.
Price per section '$2.50
and up.
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
Just Received
30 Brand new (never pub-
lisded before) Views in col-
ored'Postal Cards. Among
them are-
May Festival Concert
New Squirrel Card
A Beautiful Night Winter
Scene
Push Bali Contest
Tug of War
Swing Out--and 24 others
See the new set of 20 New
Colored Cards that I am
selling for 25c per set.
LYN DON
PHOTOGRAPHER
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS 1
!Bporttng Goos
121 EAsFr LIBERTY STREETj
[Y[G[ASS[S
tix'igxxxxti xav ii 1lxa'
tiltsar nxi iiuic it'i ,1ii xxdxitxxof
latex lxhai lily will sicix'xxixx'ani ipx-
g di l i t oxx'xxxr andxlxrxix.
Have yoi ueoticaitl iworkx donex'at
ARNOLD'S a d i ix l xlitxxyouxxcom-
fortbli xly n guarnereixlx xtx. luixcix
Reipair.nes. t Gxx'xcrouind.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
OipitilSpecilitiwithx
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
120i Stih Main sruet

One Dollar
New Spring Monarch'
uSHIRTS
Co-Op Store

MAY FESTIVAL
FI ve Corzoets.
May 13-14-15-16
lTlE THOMAS ORCHESTRA
Frederick A. Stock, Conductor
CHORAL UNION (300 VOICCeS)
Albert A. Stanley, Csnductor
Preieipeol Chorsd Work
"Creatiin" - Htaydin
"Faoust" - Gonod
Artists
Mrs.Cocrinne tider-Kelsey
Thursday suit Saturday tEveinigs
Mlme. Ernestine Schxuma-uHeink,
Coiitralto Wedt. andFti. Evenings
Miss Jani'tSpiencer, Contralton
Fri. Afternonn and Sal Erening
Mr. Edward Johinson, Tenor
Thxur, Fri. and Sal. Evenitoes
Mr. Claude Cunntnghami, Baritone
Saturday Evening
Mr. Earle 0. Kitleen. Baritone
Saturday Evening,
Mr. Herbert Witherspoon, Bass
Thursday and Saturday Eventngs
Mr. L. Dr Mare, Frenchx Horn
Friday Afternoon
Mr. L L. Renwlik, Organitt
wednesday Evening
Season Tickets {unreservedi$x3,
Season Ttckets (reserved) $A, $5, $6
For Sale at
School of Mssieol

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aots' Lecture Association
.atthews, April 6
rl'Y1sSlo1i - 50SC
Johnson, April 30
SSion, - 500~

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