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April 25, 1908 - Image 2

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I'HE MIC5HfCAtI AIL'__________

'I ITE MICHIGAN DAILY.

I

G. LIo Wild Comipally
Onr Spring 1908 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IWOO LEN SI
Is now ready. It includes all
the latest 'Novelties, Shades
and Up-to-D~ate Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
Grays and
Fancy Blues.
Yonr patronage respectfully
solicited.
G" H. Wild Collpally
311 South State Street
Get ea,
New
Tennis
and enjoy this good set.hter
on the courts.XXWe havec the
best racke ts in both thte
Wright ft Ditsor%
anid Spalding in ues
ranging frot
$1.50 to $8.00
and will gladly sthow thert
to you.
OLD RAC K ETS
RESTRUNG
Sheehan &X Co's.

Manauginsg iditur'-AssCtca F. RTCHInt
Bsiness Manager-C. E. WINSTEAD.
Earros
News ...Chauncey Boucher
Athtetics ..........Lee A White
Athletics, Asst... C. E. Edridge'
Exechagce. ... ."Robert Mounsier
MLusic:........Roy D. Welch
lraia .......Donat H. Haines
Women's Editor... Louise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAVE
Russell McFarland
NIGHT EDITORS
lksvuoutl Vissher Lenarl C. Reid
REPORTERS
h. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Waltr K. Towers Louis Kraft
Lewis . Ktniskern Robert Moreland
Patti Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Engel Fred E. Gooding
lTerolt P. Cooper E. G. C. Williams
A. L. Haintise
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wre Carl H. Adam
Harold . Gould
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: I-2 . i., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
S'sTLRIdXY. APRIL 25, 1009.
- tIu t. a e quiestioniedt wshether the
Stti Concsil has cttosei the best
sossie slstitue fis thte "ock stntt"
il the spring contests. but ttere can
is nto li sout that smte sbsltitte is te-
s u'r. t oudstperhapss te better to
havts uotisch .Aunitntil ss o rsetsthe
The t"yig-up"s''onttest liststhe suit-
tin if aitng eesiriest itsseerat
schootsls 'antilhluisng lbee stisfactory.
lists smie feature' of it seemi likely to
heississctiissssle. I seemssptrotale that
suchiatcontes'swoultresult its noinbg
bust a.seres e.ofsmallsti lghts ater that
ss'lbgi%,le-sssules t stle. tniies
ittonw'udt rcicll'ipossitle
andschlatiois a motst importatile i-
nwwt. 'T' sitig sf te mieusbers of
ehclsill one ethutsistic swhole i
tile fitsnetal ipurossesof te spring
cotss.Inthte tying-pstsut most of
ills wor wourssistl e erforce stone in
Anthler elemsenti of sijecioss is te
postsbitltiy tt iti soslsd cegeserate itot
isrug ose"'ii s'hict there woltd
ieto gsssreatsi temttioto tsmalicoss
roltltinss'. Perhaps these otjectosi
may e aswssere-certaisnly they ire
wtrtsy f cos'iderationt.
Bowgusgtssnswhiihstes try to get
ihir tir siuspiton" the hin of a tiuge
wtotsdest bowlsi;s'wal lights in which men
try tt eels precriuss setsiuspon a ow
walsl, havie ttl ects triedadtisthitssonic
AX lans whicht seemsiwsorhy of notice
hats beentsuggesed btsanusndergraduate.

It is a cominssatiosis (f a footalit gmse,
a potato rce asd a pilow figtt. Frost
it sosme scesse of smerit nmigtsihe
evoved. Vie fieldt sset for te ush-
al same wsouldsthve at eacs end ati
area marked off atout tsety-fie feet
square. Each class would e furnished
swith fifteen or twenty heavy canvas pil-
low's, large esough so that they could
ot be concealed and strog enough to
withstanid stresnuois treatmesnt. These
swossul be stackest in the respective areas
at the beginsing of the costest asd the
msembers of the rival classes woud e
lintd ip facisg eacts otter in the center
of te fiet. At the firisg of the referee's
gsus eacti side swould try to capture the
pillosws of the ster asd carry them to
its stint area, protectisng its osn at the
sasie timse. Whtes the closisg gn sas
firedt atl pilloswsswoistdt tsrcounstetfor
tie side to swhose area ttey sweernearest.
A costest of this kisdswosul not be
dtasgerous; would gie oppottnity for
unifiedt atiossasd clever strategy. It
wiould be opesn enoughs to nmake it i-
terestinsg for tte spectators. We tink
ttat fromsucsshsai idea a stunt migtt
te arrangedt whichs sosld attain the edi
desired better ttass either the rock stnst
sr the tyngupl costest.
At any 'rate ltefsitsae somtetisisg
snos'l, origisauts asti pesuliarly ousr w.
WOMAN'S LEAGUE
ENDS SOCIAL WHIRL
The last group party of the Woman's
League ws h teld yesterday at Barbour
gymnsasisim from 430 to 6 p. i.'The
entertainment consisted of a short pro-
grams foloswed by dancing, and refresh-
mesnts. Vie program was as follows
Swsedishidasce-Miss Aiele Raio-
wilz.
Snsg-Mis Jeanette Kotis.
"'ThIat 01st Sweeteart of Mine (to
Schsumsass's,,"'trausseri-Etmer Boiwis.
"My Rial"-Mtrs. Williamsi tofmsanns.
MI CH IGA NENSIAN MANAGERS1
WtLL, BCELECTEI) ON MAYi 4
The iesslrelected sios) Iictigasies-
signt boaril tf costro swas callel together
its Prof. Hltobrook yesterday afteriooss
to elect its officers for the comising year.
Horace A. Treat sas cosesn cairmasi
asid J. M. OtDea secretary. Prof. Ho-
routksas electest treasurer. 'The bosrt
will elect the miaagingsedestior sisidtbsi-
sess msanasger for nset year's hosok Mos-
dtsy.htsy 4. ati 5p.in
LIttRARIAN KOCt-t TO -
LECTURE ON PARIS
Next Tutesday eeing, in Sarats Ca-
tech Angell Hall, Librarians ossil
give sit illustrated lecture usa"T'te City
of Paris." Over osethtusdred recess.
viesws of the city, its parks, art galeries
tolesards, sitps, theaters, Ltist quar-
ier, asis street scenes will e sowsn.
Ass. adimissiosi fee of as cets wilt e
chssrgesd those not associate semers.
isotiase Uirn ACS PLAY.
"Who's Who" will be played by the
Hobart Guild tonigt at 8 o'clock in
tHarris hal. Vie girls' club of the same
orgasnizatiosn wilt conduct a sale at the
same tne. The poceeds of both will
be for the benefit of Iarris all.

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ADL'PHlI OUTCLASSES
WEBSTER IN SEMAI-FINALY
The Adelephi literary society sdefesesd
the Webster society lsst ight iite
semi-isas of the cup deate. The
members of the winning team sere F.
P, 'Chaffee A. J. Abbot, and 'Morrisot
Slaifroth. They swil compete swiht the
wintner of tomorrosw ight's sdebae be-
tweess the Jeffersonian asd Alpha Nii
societies for the final cup debatemwhichi
will be held is University Halt. May ig.
LANGUAGE CLUBS TO GtVE
PERFORM\ANCE NEXT FALl.
Ass atempt wiii be mace to secure thur
Majestic theater for the performanuuce
wvhichthue lasguage cubs swilt give scai
fall for the besnefit of thur Michiganu
Unios. t is belieel that the avan'asusg
of givisig the prosductions uer thuresait
isis usd the combhisned efforts of thur
chubsswit inisure a large auiece auth
smake te etertissment a proouted
success. There are over tso hunssdres
and fifty messbers its the dlubs anst ll
are greatly interested its the project.
MRS. HIOFMIANN WILL STAGE
"TlWEL.FTH INI(IIV'AT ht.JS'fC
A performnaseef "Twselft Night"
will le givessnuder thur direcions of i'sfrs.
Hofmann before the close of school.
The play will be given at the Majestic.
hardly a stone's throsw froso the cstiusss.
Prof. Beziat wil take thur roe of Mtal
voio
MICHIGAN MAN SECURS
COLUMBIA FFLLO't\ SttP
'lTheusiessii''tit 'iun i f Ctlnniiust
unissiersisy liss just awardesd a feloss'
shp i the teachers' college to George
Jackson,. siresidetso f AnAsi rotr tush
a graduttae of the Usiersity (f lieli
gust of the class if o6.
'The Colhumbthisfellowssshiiss, f wh'ic~hs
twsenty are aswardesteci tr. tre
amnsgthe muost ighly uriestacstemteic
suiors its the Unitedt Staes adthe hee
lectionssare massue frostsasslsrgenumbershu's
stf csansidiates.
ssAKF n s .iT~t 5sciN' us'tsssEuusNG srus'.
C. W. huker's lecure etitleds"he~
jakitg sf ILiterature for Esgieer"is
publlishedtinthue Egieering Ness for
April 16. this lecture swas delireres
befoe sst'entsifuengineering'eeuse lisst
monthl.
. is. C. A. .CMPINGPT Y s.
The Y. W. C. A. camsspisgpanty s'hics
has eesn postpsonses several timses swil
he held at Ntwbierry i-lulleset Wenues
shy evei.si
OFFE OVRS
EeuieCommittee
Cu yair Carnival
4 to 6 P.tM. daily
ROOM 6, Ann Arbor Press Bldg.

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Court Markers
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igby's tsInilsft' 5a o
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Bi'sish's Ditre ti s'd Frs.u ' 20
13stips 's litisl Procedisiust'e. 540
Stspenlu irst of tttit Itt's ' . $4.00
M~lrsalls ori>rtios, - $2.0
Tint itt'ssumirsy of15 Ow'
Lan ofCoroi t~ins.- - $2.50
list tot s '.5 tt r;u I ;MIi iit. $4.50
3isrssyr . Aboit lt siuts $6.00
Form ,. ls. - - - $18.00
MEDIICAL BOOKS
Ffr' rcla i' isrtuteitii's. $4.00
isendrlsh's urg ~ic 'tittnsis. $6i.50
S satu i'l'ttst- Sistttt
Pathlog. - - - - $5.00
Tettst o fAnatomts.cols.. $18.00
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Base Ball, Foot Ball, (Jolt, Lawn
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Official Implemetsfotr Trash asd Field Sprt,
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Illustrated Caalogue of all spurts conasua-
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WE HAVE THE FINEST

MAY FESTIAL
PFIv. Conaoerta
May 15-14-I5-16.
TNE THOM1AS ORCHESTRA
Frederiek A. Stock, Conductoe
CHORAL UNION (300*Volcts)
Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
reroxslpeal Choral Work
"Creation" - Haydn
"Faust" - Geunod
Mrls. Corinne Nlder-Kelsey
Thursday and Satued apEenings
Mmse. Ernestine Schumadl-Heink,
Contralto Wed. and Fri. Evenings
Miss Janet Spencer, Conteslto
FriAftrnoon and Sat. Event
Mr. Edward Johnon, Tenor
Thor, Fri. and sat. Eveniinqs
Mr. Claude Cunninghsams, Baritone
Saturday Evening
Mr. Earle G. Killeen, Baritone
Saturday Evening
Mr. Herbert Witherspoon Sass
Thursday and Saturday Eventngs
Mr. L. De Mare, French Horn
Friday Afternoon
Mr. L. L. Renwick, Organist Een
Season Tiekets (uinreserved) $3,
Season Tiekets (reserved) $4, $S, $b
aloe Sale at
So6ao01 of PIazelo

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THE MAJESTY OF THE. LAW
BY
GO.JOHN A. JOHNSON
OF MINMESOTA
Thursday, April 30, 1908, at 8:00 P. M.
UNIVERSITY HALL
Reserved Seats- - - 50c
All seats will he reserved, Tickets msay be secured at the
Box Office, University Hall, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday between 5 and 6 P. M. sand Thursday between 7 and 8
P. M. Michigan State Telephone, University Exchange 68.

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