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'!ItV MICHIGAN DAIL Yv

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G. H. Wild Coupanly
Our Spring 198line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENS]I
Is now ready It includes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and UptoDate Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
Grays and
Fancy Blues
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. L. Wild Company
31I South State Street_
The
New
Hackett & Alexander
Racket
is scientifically"Perfect Oval"
model, the strain of stringing
is evenly distriuted over the
frame and the renforcing strip
of dogwood on iner part of
frame is the et ever devised.
Each one is guaranteed and
comes in waterproof case.
Price
$8.00
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
.SPALDING a__ g
" & BROS.
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Official tpemests o Track and Field Sports
Uniforms tor alt Sports. Spadig's Hadosmry
Illustrated Catalogue of al sports contains n-
mereust suggstios. Send oe it-It's free.
A. . SPALOINa & BROS.
New York, hicago, St. Loos, See Fanetsco,
Miltnnpois, Dnvr, Buffalo, Syracuse, Pts-
burg, Phtadelpi, Boston, Cicint, Bat.
more, Washing ton, Kansas City, Clveand,
New Ores, Oetrot, Montena, Canada.

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Edior-Aocsi F RICutE
Btsiness Manager-C E WINSTEA.
- EITOS
News ................ Hiram S. Codys
Athletics ...... . .. Lee A White
Exchange..... H. John Wambold
Msic and Drama.;Roy -D. Welch
Women's Esitor... Louise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAFF
J. W. MCandless Elmer C. Adams
Russell MFarandu
NIGHT EDITOS
George TI. Hobart Leonard C. Reid
Chauncey Bocher B. G. R. Williams
Raymond Vissher
nREPORgES
IM,. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainline Robert Mountsier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Water K. Towers Louis Kraft
Leswis T. Knisern Robert Moreland
Paul Greer Sanuel H. Morris
Otto Etge Fred E. Gooditg
Tberon P. Cooper
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wr Carl H. Adam
H-arold P. Gould
Address: MCHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: I-a p. i., 78 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
'11 U RSI-Y. AtRi, (. 198.
ihe IDaily lnchietttt wslie leltodttiay
t 52 :55 5atseUnsi. XAltembi es o
te staffate exepectedsto its- nt
1t,1tE C si'11t s1e', itt.-
hI sass sit th ie geteitsttttett setti-
paties i is ceertitly neessry thitst
wil, oucet-antttdIfo tl, ii ts tf te sit-
dsisalt-'sisip.o tst she stetts, sa
tton o iettt 9by foriibiditgts' postes
of testtttentt.sekiinipolitiisica tffics--.
'innt- ec Sthasst thssiasiositsiissssrei
fetus from'tistsfiiigssrigte campsswit
fainitg nsticessti classseletironstsand
coptng tickets. Asdsistay its- si
Onthesis-othier isassd, te ptross of te
inte mis tajotety (f istsasces te offesd-
ing partries aretorganiizaionsisnsts irecy
connsseed ies tiiste Uivsiersiy. I seems
raer unsforuniae tiatsdsrastieumetiosi
netidie adoited, stSeiety iitots
ieiositChie Bosr of Regests t iske
theiatersss- inthiei ands. TPie ssieris-
teissiesstf te tIst-esiys grossinss, Li.
Reesve, is ignrtuslsy otptoset o asytinisg
whiich ill iimtar teiessuty of te ssas-
ptus sitd is otnly awiting some expressiosn
fsomst ssueeitsasthsiority, ts tlace a pets-
hibiitivise ihansott all ipostes ass bilboarss.

FRENCH LECTURE SERIES
iS CONTINUED) TODAY
Prof . iBezisa tde otestwillictre
sit situgive readiings fromsiCoessite's
siHr-ce sitsftersoonti t 4 oclock in
Tappsans Hal lectire oos This is one
if as series of great Frenehoaserpieces
sit ,swhich Prof. tBcziat lectures each
'Tihsusay afternoonts. 'Teseries, which
is gieniiuner tes-icies of the Cer-
cii- tDcsssssiiiite Pacasis, is free o ao,
"Hrae. i dirte tramasss dealig with the
ii rstiss of eary Romsans iistory, is one
of tse ui sotst iiediof Coneies pro-
disteiotns. inthiis stitchCrnieie siowss
terhas thie greatest isentioun of all hisi
dramisi "Hore" sets te ove of mnas
andu is-mitsitagaists te its-cof race and
fatheho t-iinitforfodtriiietmnt of a
sitgie tite.
\NS).NGPANGALAN IS
NAM\E OF NEW CLUB
A\tsasigpassgtass ihas aks-siits tilace
amonttg te setonalisissis tf te Uni-
versity. 9AtsnumbetofSforterecresidessi
of te Piiin~~tse Isiansshasve orgasizes
tmtu-c tiis stseriousistite. Ay sts-
d-tes-n t h ihs lsivediit intetPhiippies is
eligbletoembiesihip. Te citsbisas
organsiztedi tfurtheins- tseresiuite sit -
lad in rteits tiifelosipit amotnsg
titose it-sishate resiiethtee.
Te ifficessf te torgnizaions re
as folilow,: 'cisPresit, Ciye A. De-
Wi: ices'pre'sidetie. iB. A. Tisseits
sceticryJ. B.LCress iesstiec. J. A.
Wilsonsi:serigs-aitt at titms.Pilipiit(iis-
ANOTHEiiFitORANIZATION
AiPEARS ON CAMPUS
Amn titg'isthe eorganiztiosto stap-
ii n ths si tio',Mieiigssiessiass'is the
;.rifins."T his is amasll-Uiersity sit.
its wicisiss sortganied a searsagt
byi atissmsbessof somineintciisesios. Mess
isr s issstid frthtssis-tiieccisses of all
departments. Thisewst-s-membties tisi
ya i l beiiscssosess immseiistey ifter
te spring vacattion. Pevsiuslsy te
siembersis s ectsimitied to frot
eiht toits-cisesmes. isut tiisismber
awitstitssisedsihitsyeir. Tueecites of
slig~iiitiy-rs-issedt 055htt shoasipi
in escnsitic ts- oijet beig to gitn
a eusosopitaniiisrepresenttion. Arange-
tmets fotirmcsatests csirosuisarc e-
inig mad se. Ati tmeetig htldistsnigt.
C. C. Bisiikessitsig . iiBi. Vede ade
VietrCmGn tsee selected is ext
yearssoffices.
iATE HAS BEEN DECIDED
FOR SENIOF LIT BANQUET
Scnirsitis cwilisolisitei sanitual stag
bsanqiset Apri 25. at Witmiore Lake-
Thse comitsstee is sow aragig a pro-
grismsitf tassandsuisssic, adsielaborate
mtessis wiilie prinsed. Fak Kate will
ate as toastmsaser. Tickets for te esett
a-ut bilussle iseiately sfter spting
isacatin.
AL -,BIDS FOR PICTURE RtVI-
LEGE OF COUNTY FAIR MUST
BE SUBI~TTED TO GEN. CHAIR-
MAN WINSTEAD BY FRIDAY
NOON OF THIS WEEK. Adress in
care f Te Daiy.

- ICHIGANENSIAN WILL
APPEAR IN THREE COERS
'lTe mtasages of the to8 Michigan-
ensiant have had a ntmbler of reiests
for futtumorocco bisditg for this years
annual The book will bie published in
two different styles of binding, the cloth
and the leather, Same as in previous
years. and the prices will be the same
as last year, $.5o for the cloth and $2.25
for the leather.
Thte book ca tlbe furnished in ull
miorocco biding, bit tey insst le or--
tiered specially. The price for this
grade of ook will tbe $3.25. All those
who wishithe full morocco cover are
-requested to leave their order withins
te net ew- days at the Michigasessiai
-office.
RECEPTION COMMITTE
W1IL ORGANIZE TONIGHT
Tlhe recepion conimittees ofswesil-
feresst senisr classes will nietciniiUti-
sersiy Hall, Room C, at7 o'clock setsp,
to organize and make plans for te lg
social esens which comes duritg cost-
msenceenut sweek. Te uwork of these
commutittees uill ibegint in arest irecly
slier te srinitgvacaiosn.
UNIYERSITY CALENDAR
WILL APPEAR SOON.
Elevenithossandslcolies of tetUni-
versusycaendestar will ieissein tsthe
ear fisure. The first esiiots is l-
reatdy printiedlanl is een sesst to Dc-
troitswereteuseininsgssit1le seses.
Thse saledsar cottains te nes of
5it studsessts, inclusdig the smmssser ci-
rolsmet.. A fete changes is, the courses
litscvectsen smade.
nNOIC ana ]Drama
M tISS U5jBtBt.S RCIT csA,.
The graduation recital of Maue Z.
1-taglueg, last night in Feze Hall, ser-
is te greatest prise. The recitatwouldi
at-c een si credi 1to a stich tmoe pre-
tettlious ansi exierietced piaiste. Miss
Bagbterg throughout uas resectedoast
q~uiet itskir playing which gave the effect
of compuilete control and matrity. These
are acomplishmntssehih, if lacking
a-ul haidviie oe noch to detract frost
the soller merits of e playitg. The
entire progratm, a taxing one, displayed
a technsiqteunsusssally fitisedl ade clear,
ands at no timsesdisi it appear that Miss
'Hagberg was taking liberties wihs the
comspositions to aoid difficulties o tusc
or tehsique. The Grieg cosscerto .wa
splendsidly played, satisfactory both i
tose and interpretation. Miss Hagerg
plays isteigetly ad has worked hard
consequently nuch ay be extected of
lie. In sisch graduates as this the
School of Music nmay leel that itsitc-
ceeinisg in its ideal of cltivatisg broadl
stussiciasship tpon an istellecual fouda-
tiot.
CANOES-Indian Girl and Racine
canoes, $27 o $5o. Leo C. Kgel, 337
E. William St.; phone t122-J. 42-4

TRACK
GOODS
Attything you need boys,
from a 16 pound Hammer
or Shot, to a pair of Spike
Shoes or Chamois Pushers.
Every article guaranteed for
quality and price.
WAHR' S
University Bookstore
L. [. OARIN[L[
Law nd Mdcat Bookseller
IMPORTANT LAW AND MEDICAL
BOOKS
DIthy's Histourysf the his,,'of
steat Propety - - - $3.00
DeanaHthin's Editsitt o
iiasus's eat Pruisirty - $3.00
isning's Oustlineuuc eat
Proptert - - $1.00
Bistho's hDirecionssausd0Fhrass.
Crimisa Atiunsu - - $6.00
Bisos's rimiouutProedsurue,'
vols. 2- S$12.00
Resysold's Tery osuEvidsene;.-2.00
Sehe's iihgest at tticiueue. $4.00
Itch-ic iie't tEvidences, - - - $3.50
Marsthal s Corprtittss - $6.00
Tompis's Sonsaarysitnite
Law atfi'uroratiOnS, 25
Writotos's Art us Cross _ $25
Examntiontut. - -
Bstwie's Lxycet Msat al.$6.50
tirdurye'.Abbut's I+titr, - $6.00
hose's t'ieadhuuus. Prctice assu
tiormsu olus. - - $10
Winslo stCde tis o as., $12.0o
MEDICAL BOOKS
-tar's Praticat7'hcaeueszitis. $4.00
tiekisan's Operstes'Srgery.' $6.00
Eiendrath's Srgica iagnousis. 6.50
tatei's poiittueie te
Pathology - - - $5.00
Soiutta-tsfsitorici'sAtss and
TlestttRuoktoftAnstosuay S5vosi.$8.00
Crssn's IDissases of Vtosues. -$6.00
Can ulu'itereil iiagnoiss
and'Tretment- - - $6.50
Lease's Specia Meicat 65
Diagnis, - - - n--
Gol sBingratuusc Ciic~is 50
5 os.ut- - - - 5
Dictiusnaries.,mstens, i.e.
C. E. 1BARTHIELL
Law and Medical Bokenler
Tel 761. 326 S. Stae S.
[YE[6LASSE[S
Fyglases toe ecame sutha
necessary noionsc with sudtsOf a
late that they outlswelome ano eye-
gass that gives coftrt and svc--te.
Sines your optial work dne at
ARNOLD'S and hel li t you om-
ortably and garantee rults. Qwik
Repairs. Lenssorutnd.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
Oticaiecuiaist witti
WM. ARNOLD, Jewler
20 South Main Street

G oing Home?
Pillow Tops I All
Pennants Rd1
Novelties.]Rd1C~
Co-OOp Store.

MAY FESTIVAL
I ve Cmmas'te
May 13-14-13-16
THE THOMAS ORCHESTRA
Frederick A. Stock, Conductor'
CHORAL UNION (300 VOICeC)
Albert A. Stanley, Con~ductor
Psriralpk.t Chmrat Wor'k
'Creation" - Haydn
"Faust" - Gounod
Artldiet '
Mres. Corinne Rtider-Kerlsey
Thursday and Saturdaoy Evenings
Mime. Ernestine Schumnan-Heink, -
Contralto W~ed. and Fri. Evenings
is Janet Spencer, Contralto
Fri. Afturnuon and Sat. Evening
Mr. Edward Johunson, Tenur
Thor, Fri. and Sat. Evenings
Mr. Claude Cunningham, Baritone
Saturday Evening
Mr. Earle 0. Killeen, Baritone
Saturday Evening
Mr. Herbert Wittherspoon, Bass
Thursday and Saturday Eventngs
Mr. L. De Mare, Frenchs Horn
Friday Afternoonsy.
Mr. L. L. Renwick, Organist
Wednesday Eventng .
Season Thikets lonreservedi $3.
Season Tickets ireserved) $4. $5, $6
For Sate at
Schmol mf Muisac

Ihe Students' lecture Association
GOY. JOHN A. JOHNSON
April 30'
Sian41e Admissioxn - - o
The Students' Lecture Association

121 Washington E The Randall Studio, Randall & Pack, Props.

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