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GG G I Wild Collpally -I-- g4 .lor-Aacnx.eF. RIcH

'S HI MICHItAN DAILY

I

Our Spring ig908line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IW0 WOLIE N S&I
Is now ready. It includes all
the latest N ovelties, Shades
and Up-tn-Date Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
GIrays and
Fancy Blues.
Yonr patronage respectfully
solicited.
Go I Wild Comfpally
311 South State Street

,busmesS a~lager-l. L. ISED

11

If You
Buy a
Base Ball
Mitt
a bat or anthitng to
the sportintg goods litte
you'll lbe well suteittf
you buy it of
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores

EDrroRS
Newrs. .....Chauncey Boacher
Athletics...............Lee A White.
Athletics, Ass't..... C. E. Eidridgei
'tcltge...........RobertXMoutntsier
.\lai ................ Roy 1). Welct
.Ita.........onal If. Haines
Womeo's Editor... Lottise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAFF
Russell McFarland
NIGHT EDITORS
R~ond V i.scber L~eonard C. Reid
REPORTERS
:M. B. Mcl-ugh J. H. Prescott
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
\Valter K. Towers Louis Kraft1
Lewis T. Kniskertn Robert Morelawd
Patti Greer Samutel H. Morris
Otto Engel Fred E. Gooding
Thleron I'. Cooper E. G. C. WIillianms
A. I,. I-laioine
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wore Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gould
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours : I-2 p. nm., 7-8 p. mn.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
\VElI)NE SI)AV. XPIL 2,oZ
.1.It.DA IS 10 ,1 ''~. 1,0
hoil110ews of AssciatelDeaontDavis.
retirem110111frost active service inth te
( i1cc 1 ring.. a1m1easurec (f regret 1(o
1000$ 01c10000.. Iwto tove tood 0111101
ti' r wool 1101his'.gettial, big-heartedl
11V. . 'Iany 11100hare so1kn of the
cr0-cow ns(lf relief thtey expteriencedl
on1 that11st1an1ecfhost (tar of retistrationt
when,.1as feeslnien, thtey tookedl foe
ogerand( academoic afrites to jumtp 011t
at1t1e1. ttsteatd of a cold, unsymtpth-
rticoff1iial, they fottnd a 111011wttomt
1110y foltinstinctively was thteir friend;
1111111 0w111s1etunaffectedl tir of kinldly
inter111100oce plcedlthtettt at 01s0,
thatmakestile studrenlt feel atth111110as
one1 of1 a Cr0111fatuity (If congeniltwork-
ersthat1puts iitnonOt his toettle itecause
of 111eirttst thlat is ittentded, and leatts
11111 to1extetttlhis test efforts its all
tinglls. Theo estabisltttettt of sttchta
feelinig Iwill accomltplisht att ittndfar more
gtlilkly aotol tothly than all the (Iritl-
ole a ing inte 10orld.
1111 dJ . B."-as Ito is alffetionatitely
IN 'fIfE MYS'fIC :MAZE,1'.
Let's fgo gCet 1la/otolhrizecll
lIet's Cget0011a1?'
MXazotoobteiced t
"\Vttoro 1"
"inthtie ilystic 'iblaze, te chttmber (If
Itm gamte.,httt keep it dark!"'

GR'AH1AM TAYLOR GIVES
LECTURE ON RECREATION
G~rahaml111Taylor(f Cicago, deliered
a lettre ott tesn'.ttlct of 'Rcreato"
at te ituseltot lastIniCht, Ittdr te
auspices of the Sociology cltt.
Ie treated printcipally of the sooo-
logical coditiotts of Chicago tenement
dis.tricts, anttd of thte grett tart tteptb-
lie playgrotndls atod recreation parks
h1a110plaiyedl in teir bttrtmetnt.
ThoIse who Kao-e stdied atd are
familiar otwilthte scialcils (f to-r
argo cities knowthlat tese esis arc
to lbe tratced 1back in tntneases 0o11 of
ten to 11001hotsittg cotditios"
Mr. Taylor, soitlthIle ill of1sotteci-
rtiltg slides ttn tracedlte grosth
of thte rcreaItion mttoettet,sosing
hows te first start swas ttade by te so-
cial stlotttott w5lorr, wh-o cootstrtctcet
summelt r plalyroundtls it somte of te
ttttblic shool yrds.
''Tet years agl $toowois the total
outtlaly of the munlliciality of Chicago.
10110'yte invs'sttteit itt public btil-
intgs and tlaygrotittdo is $t2,ooooo.
"'foen of these plalces are(f 0aomagi-
t1111e little appllrecited by n ottsider,
110 01011ntmany Ciagoans. Their eqip-
1110111inclttdes n0otly 0111110 opnl air
plalygroundtls lawsosadtpls005.bttlalso
a largo anl expbensie clttbhose ill shiht
are indoilor gymnasiums1111 for titntiatd00-
me, showe5-r 11011hs 11111 pools, locker
roomttt,re'ad1ing 01111111.a11(1a0great all
thtis 111111n 01o 11101seswisigttgo(give
01110raintttotts."
lIOttS lDESCRIBIES RECENT
fIUfIREARfOF VESVIUS
Prof.XW. I. Hobbs det00r11 ain-
terestintg lctreo iltitoreent ertint
of \Vesbuvis, atfitoehigt shool lkilotday
night. (Oer a 11u1n11rd sert0101icon
iesto wselrshown, giitg tot idea of
toe looa treamsltload 0appearances00of to
crater.
"Three largo,1and1sev0100l1smallr last
stretmsnisued101f101111Vsouinsdurig te
recenttertptiotn," sail Prof. Hobbs.
"fheon1110whliht caned tte greatest
damiage appelars to hae benithte largest,
and completely ettselopd teto 10011 of
IlseoOtrecll, 11r ig it to a rutghly
estimted eth I otltf twelve fot. 'lte
stream~tslprsentetd a1 1)ack srface maote
1111 of bocks, irregtular it 5111p10an gem=
rallo Iqiie sprate fromt each oter,
valryintg ill size0frottta m1111115fist to grat
anlar plieces(00 too heay for a m11a1 to
lift. 'Te destructionI wrotgttby lava
to structres lbegn t lt le datttitg
hack (f Ito stratttuntilttihIs. strtctrs
Is-re topled loovr fromttteItp1100s110
exertedl agaitnst thtt.
"I11 pce of tebattiful outlittes
twhicht the cone of Vesuvits prsntd
betolre te erp~tiontit 11010 slows a flat
111111. Its sombtelr hue is replaced 1y
thle ilt gray color of sand which$00111s
to1 0e10111 alm11otto its basesowere -
fore was toe riht groen of a stt,-roti-
at v'egetation1. It is itmtpossibleloutogive,
accural fgtres cocerbnigthlosinit
teightI of Vsvits, but -it los boet
soseral htndred foo."
CAVE OF 'fH-E WINOS.-Greaes
showo at toe Pair.IDot't tuisit. 52-5._

MICHIIGAN ENGINEE RS TO
VSIT ST. CLAIR TUNNFUI
tuitot-11111sotior electrical cingieerts,
1111100rteshpriio of P01f. Patter-
son, will take a trip 10 the St. Clair 1111-
nel, \Vednesday, Mlay 6. The trip was
to have sartedl today, lbt stiuitale roes
c0ou1d1not be obtained. 'fTe paty owill
inopect the oworkitg of 111010t111nnelc
its recenttelecriicatio.
Ott accountt of the lngth a11111slee01
grade of.tis ttttttl it oas necessar1y
to do baway witt stamto1omo toivess ic
the stmoke frotttheaIs-y freighirInl
cau~sedl frerquent apyxiation. 'The cc
triicatiott sas ote by a Cicago firmo
unde~lr toetdirect speriio(11of1I 1.i.
Sager. '4.
PARADE ISSUE OF CLARIOIN
GOES '1O1PRESS 'TOMORROW61\
All Unioti Coun~ty Fair copy1should111
be into 1d. These wsritig Itrtil.sicho
are not really stold Ie thooe ilcharlg.
All ogniztion~ts swhiht hasc ot 01111
pletedl arran1gment1115for Oldcrtiill
theit shows sittthe Ca'riott at see tll
bttsittess ttatagerrat 1110 Cou11t1y) Pir
executiveof011101'in thtc Press..blingil
frono- 12 :5tol 2 . 11.
11.11,00011c.ss,¢ t.c acOtls 0011 1(1(..
(Speil tto 'The -Miehiwu Dit..)
Nets York April 28.- A shattered01
vessli hoarittasago 010theIon-itd I lobn
This 0is tecastle purchased by 1w Itivcl,
sit- oi -Mihigatn gaduates1c0it Elott 1111
s01110titte ago. itd sitttd to itteric
inl a stpecial boat.
froat interest thas 1001een 11maniested.
heteointheItoholedo afair, a(1nd when (I'll,
of teoitt'sIarriall no-.I publisedlrll go
cr(owds gathet1redonllhr (os. 'lb-
crew as1 it lft te vessl was 1a strntgly
ha~ggardllookintg bod. 'T'etcap'tainlila
brisk littlo11an11four (1001s0agi. t1011a1
hat turnd sgry. 11( t.
Whait titltoultimateldesinlaion ll Ith
oltd castle is cold n11t be Ica wO I-cotor
day, bttas0soo0111so the0ship twas. tol
mtoored te bildittg wsalst1on11100un
loadod intsoctiosto a1specilttolIrain on'
to Non- York Cettral trcks. I is
saidth I to 11o-01 te cag amountedto '
$142,000.
Nogligee shirts -leve legibhsto fi.
$1.00 Ill $2.50. W\ag'ttr & Co.. Stair
street. a I
LOS'T-Gold wath, dosd fac. Ill
itials CA .011 0n0ca. Plas ret 1011t
6t5 E. Univrsrity Ale. ;1 2
OFFICE HOVRS
Executive Committee
County Fair Carnival
4 to 6 P. M. daily
Room 6, An Arbor Press Bldg.

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Rackets
Racket Presses
Racket Covers
Court Markers
Tennis Balls
Tennis Nets
Tennis shoes
Official Tennis Guide
WRIGHT ft DITSON'S
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
Fresh
Photo
Supplies
All the latest in
Kodaks and
Cameras
Rent a Kodak
1®c per day

TENNIS

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The Largest Manufactusrers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Ball, Foot Ball, (Golf, Lawn
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Official ImsplmensforleeTrank and Field Spuets
Ulnifors for all Sports. Spldngs Handsomely
Illustrated Catalogue of all sperts cntnains no-
mserous suggestions. Send fee, it. It's free.
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more, Washine too, Kansas City, Cevrel,
New Orleans, Detroit, Montreal, Canada.

L LYDONJ
I IAILEY & EDMUND S1
% oportuoi Ooob
121 EAS F LIBERTY STREET
[V [6.ASS [S
late- that they- wIill (-ivo1I ll eOi ye-
EMIL H. ARNOLD
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
22I(011outho nSteet

NOW
Is the time to giet Youir
CLUETT SHIRTS
AND
LIGHT UNDERWEAIR
AT THE
CoOMWp Store,

ORC~II[SIRA
CONC[RI
fligh School Hall
may 5, 8:15 P. M.
LAST
FACULTY CONCERT
High School Hall
Thursday Evening.
May 7

Ihe St udents' Lecture Association
THE MAJESTY OF THE LAW-
BY
GOY. J-OHN A. JOHNSON
OF MINMESOTA
Thursday, April 30, 1908, at. 8:00 P. M.
UNIVERSITY HALL
- Reserved Seats 50SC
All seatp will he reserved. Tickets utay be secured at tbe
Box Office,- University Ijall, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
sThursday between g and 6 P. M. and Thursday between 7 and 8
P. M. Michigan State Telephone, University Exchange 68.

121 Wasbluton f. The Randall Studio, Randall & Pack, Props.

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