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April 10, 1908 - Image 2

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'i MICHICAN DAILY

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G. H. Wild Colmpally
Our Spring 198 line of fine
imported and Domestic
IWOOLENSI
Is now ready It includes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and UptoDate Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
(Brays and.
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
0. IH. Wild Coumpany
31 South State Street
The
New
Hackett & Alexander
Racket
is scientifically "Perfect Oval'
model, the strain of stringing
is ev enly distriuted over the
frame and the reforcing strip
of dogwood onl inner part of
frame is the est ever devised
Each one is guarateed and
conies in waterproof case
Price
$8.00,
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
. A.GO. W
YAY & BROS.. \~
The LargestManufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Bal, Foot Ball, Glof; Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Offiili Impemens'. tor Track and Field Sports
"Uniformss or aitSpors. Spadig's Hadsomelry
Illustrated Cataoeue of ait sprts cotaiss so
seros sgestios. Send foritI's ree.-
A. 0. SPALDING & BROS.
Now York, Chicago, St. Louis, San Francisco,
Minea lis, Denver, Boialo, Syracuse, Pitt-
brg, Philadelphia, Boston, Cicinati, BSadl-
more, washinogto, Kansas Ciy, Clevelao,
New Orleans, trt, Montreal, Canada.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Eilr-ARCHER F. RTcmie.
.Busies.Mngr-C. E. WNSicEAus
News ............... HirasoS&..Couly
Athletics...............Lee A White
Exchange....:.. H. John 'Vamnbold'
Music and Drama...._Roy .D. Welch
Women's Editor. ...Loie Van Voorhis
EDITOIA. STAFF
J. W. MclCandless Elmer C. Adams
Russell 1McFarland
RIGT EDITOS
George H. Hobart Leonard C. Reid
Chauncey Boucher B. G. R. Williams
Raymond Vissher
REPOTRS
M. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
A. L. Hainline Robert Mei ntsier
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Louis Kraft
Lewis 'T. Kniskern Robert Morelandi
Pol Greer Samuel H-. Morris
Otto Engel Fred E. Gooding
Theron P. Cooper
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wurz Carl H. Adam
Pl old P. Gould
Address : MCmIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street,
Manager's Hours : 1-2 p M., 7-8 P. i.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
I- iI)A L l110 Y, IRILIo s Io8.
Tihe eteunsi of 'te Casngie fossici=
timni Storcsver teedcsss of sliteelisisr
sitis Sitesoat of pensiSos m0555501
is, ainteseiefife I hv ee
,beensinii tle vere0e ui , oiSS eaills
sitS tepst yearslhasvc sen us s ot
heaily fo c f,'iii pses eiscuniainduceii -}i
inesst o.our ses 'ta eris Althogh
oais remin whitroici s ( oidtathiiii
against Sihe greatest iin Site Iasid, a good:
numbsierlooe .gone whstee qualitis wsisttis
have hleldi str standisard iatssscli tetitti
~e eel. Iesdes aiftrtitg astsi-clsrit
resoutre fsr miens soe ericssrin1
spent,ut whioie int s becns reett
iesi byS i ieiismpetiencyfitsrte dcla-
iing y esoflife Se et lfutdist"sciife-
coiusrage 'ouger mies of isleit ruste
here. Possily , il geserlit' ma~y gis
soeway tremsoie te rerachifrtim
tlit teachinsgurfessios thatsitis isthe
msutSforty aisi (f oil, an ilsisy 'attrsict
=ouir f te exeiesie soici s litsonis
inonlystisses-stsiml uide tlstOfhr eists f
swork.
liser iitest s i te lae l,ts %oecr flue
smessorira rosmisesto le as ecitigg as
it wos, amosng thcits iencd -iginers:
The, mater was treshedtutiiia ir
colunls o those forsmer ocesiuss, id
it is lsiardiy worhs nir while to repeal's
te perforisascee, We coscsle-aiid,
'soc beliee, sssasweraly-that a o-
'limed smemoria of ol te classe was
preferablse to ;separate gifts:''Ic vi-
sessecadducsedti is stiltsvaiale fr tir

eyes of the -cuioss sr the isitrested.
\iit of the seprate chos tgitsp~est-
st ini Sitefissasec noseesns ii, be rdico-
los iiresectbohsh tif lrsr iiure and
their ulstiy.'(-1Grantingsig cusswe felt
rconvtincred thatilia 0joinit mcsmorial colc
lie.pessest.tsio thel.,.niiiersity sawhole
lisue ne ,y'ai~lv 411 ,the jilmihigs sare
depariitmital xcept the gymnsiumiiaid
sue ,Iarss.therusmspss aone .is he
'L'sirezsity SBut gifts to the -cimpti-
such is a lomssstn-iiclsaS ltleic ppova;,
soIl, ire shinisi, dc scsi es less. The
t,'.isois arpcesetis th e cai..15155SO0acol-
ret.tasigilie formin fo'favor i is to
favor te tUnisersits directly :antI surely.
'fertits andotesgineers shsaserecognized
these factsasitusoesd thrie-fourths of
their donsiationssfoi, aS colohllseogift to
thte tUin.'We trust the laws visil con-
siter tse matterlgraseciadif they cOl
see lit idecide ti signs he coeisntansI
hlpihtoi isake i Slaimouttlts
:l SWAN SN.
With this issuie te estof ipoh sever
thicir connucetioniiwithVTe tDaily ad lay
asidle, autit. swit regret, the responsi-
biliies Itsihitsave hens theirs is the years
tiSatuhave gose. Theueniits eliot ave
knowit theistwilntswiasthesis no losger,
autu they willinsoisore ave the plasre
ofConngo trIhe sorin ssg paper for
tlie stIole stndavoeduuset srpse of "Seig
sow omy stff los ii prit" To he
younge r imenson se staff theechaige
weanas ofcorsr eadvancemaentad te
oppotriiiitto tis mt ew lnssaous
thceorie s. [ tu.eans ine ansulsin tde
machlisery' is, -manysvcssc, issd perapts
inc. mi ahiniry iii, grtefully respnfd.
Suchl is tewa ymcii proress aiolfar lae
it fromsi its for ails seimenscital reasoiss.
iii standiniits way andsio initepisea
iete reelst haindi. Git let it pause a i-
t1s, bpay, to lettic sdepartiigsesors
slug their'sabsongsouf egiet aisdito
'I ,t uise jotesesilistc tiioli' s they pass
NgtS se ut il ,costess' during te'
icimsiofhssevice 'sn The Daily, 'to
lintg -i"esi ssweps Offsis feet y'te
lstitiiti gamotr tuatissheres in te
atsmshiereciif te newspasper sffice oid
t hasinig ifslless sdeply ii oe with his
irks.Tue iDaily hasimsauit-imsire to
Omti o ts e hnth eeopotnt %t oacertisisaperiosdil gridi,' or'to
enjoy te issusslris cy oi one of -those
siadorspctessinossssas"coite-gebloss
srs.' Ithisismienlttn opporuity, 51s
s's hire 5softess, prchstes isthese col-
unmi s itnsps saer year tuat is gouie.
t Isat geciuine serice to Mihiga,
adtso ate lustise force isssvssciig
usc thsins than s were for ter gootd, alstsl.
firhts ti of _lire isusertis' sors a(!
dausghter s It ihs iees ieious tiiig
to havsicaticait thSe tsartissl resios:isiility
of sitssi hesocial' tprublemis of the
'icampus, andthere sre sini of hisc d-
sating Sditeiors. whioItaveint fel'ttue.
shareinsi this responsisility of The Daily.
Tthey insve seeni cleary is a ,large way
te ifisuieice Vie Daily sosld e made
iii evert, aid ave tried to live p to
tisiuons.Vie cnsspsionshitp wistihsmes
of a siilar vsionos ad sinilar ideals has
heeiniispirintg anictvssluibhe, and(1lis.
tro, they sre loth to treak. In thin,
last' issue they linger topelessly over
their tast. '-he type is set-S=te forimss
are heinig locieem,-tte.tress is eginin
so swhir. Vie last synch has bees done.

T'hh- lpls hatad poilts to the hour ol
dpariure. Qossthye Daily, aid good'
loq - to tile staff that leluisis to guide
your desity1 May they see hat The'
Laily'"-as a deeper meaninug, ansi a
stroiigr ''!ratsosssidetre" ths he nier
r{plc'i iol a and dtatiru'tion ,of nearn-.and
,doiceis; 'ff clippitigs aid comisents, asd
may they lise siurdily upwarad and out-
-ward' to--shat. laiger meaing. This is
the bes1trish of I 8foe The Michigan
I)EAN RED ADDRESSES
ALUMNI ORGANIZATIONS
De)als Reed of the literary deprtment
is isisch in demand as a speaker at an-
qulets of the alumni organizations
troughout the cosntry. He iill spesid
'a part of the spring recess in Indiina.
Dii Thursday eveting. he will attenda
banqeiuet of the Terre Haute almnii. Oin
the following eening e will speak e-
fore the iMicigans men of Idinapois.
Dean Reed has recently addressed lthr
'lumni organizations of several easterns
eites.
MICHIGAN ALUMNI FORM
ASSOC[AnTION IN MANILA
'fle Michigan. alumni ini Manila,,hil-
ippilse Islands, recentlylield a useeilg
for the purpose of. forisnug -a graduate
associosiuom._ There are us numbher of
Michiganus oisi in te Philippines or
cupyng prominent pesitions,sanl te
siuceessi the, torganiztioni is assrei.
Slth Coruell aliiiniiiaudhUniversity f
Chicago sluni owIsse grduatoe osit
ciatious ini the isanids
'fle originsal. songsg by 'Williams Hosw-
hoat1dg~wcee.nefeauretof,last inight's
Foesly roncert. iMr. Holaud exhibited
taste aind verstilty 'in haiding te
texts lie 'chose. H lis s-mgs were of bouls
thse sophic -rd. te .adurcltcomnsiirt
style, auS of agreale ielodies oust ii
a varey sof irsason , cuite msodernin i
effect. Let Mr. Howvlaid appear ofteier
as interpreter of, Iis owns songs.
Mrs. Samuel Lockwood -played with
Mr. L~oekwood' ivithree :vioiii duets.
11cer hsn'aitiul f~in -aid her grace tii
puyiig ave giofli lie a asting place
il the eflteii ofFarutty cocert goers.
Roy'l). 'Welch tradelis-iiitil' appear-
ancetons Focuty concert programs ii a
duet'witiel ansel -Lockwood.- Tei.
4pgIyiiig of the Dvorak sonata was credit-
able and, atisfactor.
Albrt drckwood -has ''infretieuithy
payed to, spendidlyeasu last night. The
Chopin Maitasta as played in :a style
at gncc delicate andg powerfu. Miss
Dais Was' as usoal Paofciet in accon-
panmeint;.--
ALL ID 1S.FOR PICTURE PRII-
LEGE,0OF COUNTYP AIR MUST
BE SUBMR]ITE)ITO ~QGEN. CHAIR-
MAN WI>STEAD#1)BV FRIDAT
NOON OF' THIS WEEK.Lr Address in
codre of The Daily.

TRACK.
GOODS1
Aniything you tieed hoys.
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
KODAKS!N
Not only g or 6 cheap ones,
hut a complete line
of the latest models
inicliading all the hest values in
Eastman Kodaks,
Pr-em'o atxd
Hawkeye
Camteras
from
$1.00 to $78.00
Photography is my business
LYN DON

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IBEAILEY & EDMUNDS
i21 EAST' LIBERTY STREET
[Y[6GLASSIfIS
Eyeglasses Ohave becunuesuchs a
necessary nuisusnce wituh stusdentlsat
hate that Sthey will woelcoine an eye'-
gloss thsat gives comforanid servie.
Hare your opticual worku dane as
ARNOLD'S and lie will fit yoa cam-
fortably anud guarantee resuits. Quiek
Repairs. Lenses Ground.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optical Specialist withs
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
220 South Main Street

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Alhert A. $S niry, Conductor.
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'Fasust'; - onunod
Art~aet.
Moe. Carinne Rider-Rolsey
Thursday and Saturday Fr uenings'
Mine. Ernestine Schuman.Stetok,
Contralto Wed. and'Pe .
rovningu
'Miss Janet Spencer, Contraito .,
Fri. Alfternaon snd'Sat. Ewhii
Mr. Edward Johnson, Tenor'
Thur, Fri. and Sat..Erenings;
'Mr. Caude Cunlningham, Baritane
Od.Ere Saturday Eroning,
Mi.EreG iiieen,,aeeitone
Saturday Evening
EMr. Hterbert Witheseepoon, Bass
Thursday and Satuedoy Eventngs
Mr. L. D~e Mare{,-French Born ,
Friday; Afternoon
' Mr. E'L. Renwck. Organist
-Season Ticlzets,(ungeervdm:$ "
Season Tickets (reserrred)l$4, $5,.$6
"For Sale- at' - i
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