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OrMHt"MICHIGAN DAILY __________

G. 1. Wild 'Company
Our Spring i908 line of fine
imported and pomestic
IWOOLENS.I
Is now ready. It includesall
the latest Noveltie,-:Shades
and Up-to-Date Patterna in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade
Grays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage repectfully
solicited.
G. H. Wild Company
311 Soth State Strut
A
Now
Golf
Ball
The Kemphall Water-
Core is finding favor with
golfers generally thia3year.
All the other good makea are
here in profusion-aa well as
the famous McGregor clubs
of which we are the sole ell-
ing agenta in town.
Tennis Goods, too,
- AT
Sheehan & Co.'s
,Student Bookstores
official National League Ball
is the standard of the world. In the great
worIdtw championship garet between the
ChicagO Nationals and DetroitAnerctns the
Spaldng League al was used The Spaldng
officla Nagonat League Ball is Is used by
Yale, Harvard, Princeton and alttromnent
-ollege teams. The solders andalrs in the
Unted states Army and Navy use ites-
clusvey. In fati to to utatsersl use where-
eer Base Ball s Played.
A. G. SPALDI NG & BROS.
New YorkCiacago, St. Lous, San Francisco,
Mi4@apti, Denver, Bufao, Syracuse, Pis-
hnu ; Philadelphia, Bunison, Cincinnati, Bltt-
mo washinton, Kansas City, Ceveand,
Te*i.)lean, Detroit, Montreal, Canada.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Mun gngEdtor-ARCHERa FRICHIEt.
Business Mndgr-C. E.- WNTEuADs.
News ......... Chaucey TBocttc-r
Athltics ..... Lee A White
Athletics, .Assi ...-..-C. E. Edridge
Exchange_......Robert Monser
Music ...... .... Roy D. Welch
Drama........ .Doal Fl. H ines
Women's Editor. ... Loise Vats Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAFF
Russell McFarland
NIHT EDITOSa
Raymtondl Visswher Leoardl C. Reid',
SEFT SS
M. B. McHugh J. H Prescott
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Louis Kraft:
Lewis T. Kniskerts Robert Mreland
PattI Greer Samuel H. Morris
Dtto Engel Fred E. Gooding
Therotn P. Cooper E. G. C. Williams
A. L. Haitlite
BUSINESS STAFF
John F Wr Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gould
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Pres Bldg.,
Maynard Street,
Man gers Hours: I- P. In., 7-8 p. f.
ea y except Sunday. Both phones
S TUEISDAY NH AN' . trotx
Nll ljeitrs tfnth,Jinior Diuslcher
Vetiso err strprised Iy the biflls for.
teitfist dramiatic vetiutre its Sarah
Cas yell Angell hall. Twsety-ti e dol-
lars seemts- a Iig expense aecontt for a
tswenty-sminute play tantd a stal reel-
ion' hut cositeringall coniiots it
cal e explained. However, this does
tnt alter the fact tat tanty Utiversiy
organizaions pay mtore for ronicig
their nramtic efforts -tan- solil e
tecessary.
Otice miore swe are harkitg ack to
our- suggestion of a Unis-esity theater.
If ta latnuis ever carried qoii. asoe-
are ses-ttity hopeful that it will e, tic
expeise accottls 'of drattatic vetutres
sill ot Ie, so alartnTh (iiisill re-
stlt ii twoSatvattages-tnore lrotit-
tiots ansd all tf theti at reuitedslplaces.
Whent te have tssice is tmay plays
gsvetn at half le Irice se till get Is-ice
as iuchsenIefit four tmriotey. That
sotnds lilac a foriulin thaetatis
but it is osnly comtttton setse. We aoe
fifty-cett football gamtes-ws-hy ctn os-
not lhave fifty-ceti ntserpieces? Atd
oe sist, if see ave te proter facilities.
TE CON-Y CRscsts-t, EDED.
Anoher huge stices, hIsti oo-blen
added to the PUio's list of triuph.
The Countty Fair will go downin t the
history f teUtiot as ai gratd fiale
in a year full of aehiee-entst. We tre
grateful to te orgatiatioints attd to the
mtentwsoIto rked its the vtrious booths
to make the fair whlat it was. That
resourcefulnsess atd ability aotnd ott

the camttptustas provedIytile itiiler
an iviliitesity uof te "stnts" The e-
ecttiive ability whlichs affairs like this
srnugts the fronts is asi atsurce f
conigrtuslatiot. It is at a time like this
to-len ire see tat lessrnisg is ot all
that so-i-gaitsn si r httlsofIt-aning.
UNITED STATES CAPITAL
IS CROWING 1IIAUTIFUI.
-The Developmienttf Vsashitgior,. the
s2apitatt Ciii;''istLe suidjec fanis-
ated l1st-sre- to b: giventi by Carls
itocr re5ist lihmr-dav sigti itt te e-
ture otmitt the ptysic. laoratory.
'the letrei.so fistsnissder the autsies
of Io the lthgait Unioni, ads oill Iegits
at pit. No Itiissitns sill b hattrged.
Air Moorietws ssecretary sit the cut-
missittitsof archlitects shols, at the request
of Presidetnt Roosevelt, took tp te old
origtinal plants Iprepatteedtby Major LEs-
tit. Tisttomtomissionts was coiposel
f f. If.iBurhlam, C. F. MKimi, f
Nese York, C. L. Oltittes, aidtite late
Augustus St. Gatisens. The comnmissiots
uasde a series of tdrawings antI models
of the city shoing the proected in-
pros-etiscnts. The shemie was tei
placed before Congress, largely through
the cominlied efforts of the late Seiator
Jamies Melillat, of Detroit, atd Mr.
Mosore. -Cntgress a practically- adot-
eel ttse plis sit that the city of Wtsh-
igtouns prtmises to be oe of the toot
beautifiul capital cities of the worl.
Prsidemt Augell wiltlitrosuce he
spea<,en
PROF .E's ILL G,. IVF,
lECTURE ION 'IAVARE5
Prof. AMonit evi, head- f the reitch
deartmient,., isill gvc a lctrenitt
Thuresdaty afternoooniss"L;As-tre.' This
lecture is for sudsets atd those iter-
cited ini thic performsanccof Moliere's
comesdy"LAvareos-lhihis stagel scxi
Friday evenitiug its the Majestic teaer
by the Cecee Draitittiqie raicais.
The act stal Priof. Lei hats miasea
special studiy- of Moliere, particlarly nf
"UAvatre, souli ticiiistecial interest.
Next Thutrsdhty's lctrter uill cover the
sublject of the play, aisi Moliere's work
uont it init geterl ay. The lecture
is gen ini Tappani Hatll undsser te sis-
pics f tic Cerle. Amoissitn is free
to all. The- lecture- sill le-given its
EtIgnlisl.
M4ORTARBOARD ELECTS
NEW JUNIOR IEMTIIRS
The Mortarboard, the hossnorary senitiur
society for girls. has elected tic follow-
ing mteisibers frsiss the jusisitr class:
MissesDoirotheaiBritherion, Mariette
Ramisdsell ?Mutriel Jtmses,tHelei Braley
Mtargaret Meatichlihit Flreice Ilaker.
Kathterinte Post, Ktheitrinte Kigti ndtta
Kinyuii Jeanette Ktvis, Kitty tBleac-
icy. JeatntGoudtty IDoothily Keead.
Ruth (reatttouse, ads Clara Trueblood.
These girls may b~ le sest ottthe ettt-
pits. wearitig the brandilof incry swiov
hatt swhichi is the issigia (f the orter.
They tre lack its color. setuare aisiflalt,
ands tritmtsie si-ila ls a tck tssel.
Private instruction in chemistry. 63
S. Ingalls St. su, l-f

Inteicollegiate Notes.
Consplete reports of all1 class day
speeches will e a feature Of te Class
Bootek this year.
Or. I feislesos, of Chicgo. stid
that it was the dtty of clege yin- t
refrain from using slang.
President Northrup of Minnesota is
tring, to root out the .gambling evil
from among the atdents.
A new dramatic socielitysets sit
ganuzedslat Columia.lsts pulirpoise-is te
produtctioni f stis sram.tt
Siesthe- Iegi isiitig oittheii-yetr lft-
ight school tisdl college iens havtibr tii
recodedl inithes-ited-iSttes -sit (Cui-
asda.
"T'he IDemocat"t is the "oficitl orgn"t
of demsorttic stdnets at Waisigtonii
iahn e, wsost-ri' hldiga"ntol
stilts e-itttit"
JaimesiBry-es-.aimbatsstdortto i te
UttitedStties fritis restsBrtinstssill
deliser thss-baccalarae adesr he ii
gradutinig ,classs atinWsisonsin.
WheitheTritangle scu f rinceois
swent to Wsashiitons anth trsnte
"Whaco Congress A'Viet CsPrinceo"
it teitle a hit owitht its aaflsits1v
T- Tos1iitihrreil tiffit fii ideits of.
Bossteo'Tech tngtged iiiafite-cfoi-al
scramle for twent:o vie s iiieels
Pre--sntNiys
lPricetiigthiss uuuit 'it sustfestiva
consitsedh thue uusissepstmetsn-tt i
Cois li. fsiQletutt s iltsubjsl dsuesl-
tg oithu the duiferetii tuliis iont
-prosgram'u trebeingtugivesn.i
Iavr ttstrhstudencuts ut the suggestionu
o f serlauts eauutg atutluetes, recirult-t
ing tt se5 nf resolutionsasktng frlt-e
prisieg iof regul-attg interollegitte-
tthletics' truttgh thesitsuduenstboduy-.
ratheru-thuti t1-60 hufut aic uts lgisattonus.
Jatists P. ulslisanoneouts.ilhe.tastest
uile runutercs ini Amteia andsl presets
nationatl champion auu s t ttdistaste, hats
seectssuspenedhby te regsratintcosts
smice of the Ama-ter Ahetcu ionus.
- hissretsout guvcutfisthivsuseslvisonus u
te fat that .Sulivan--tracin agtainssta
sus't taridintg ucaemy iii Nbr otirk.
But wshy shoutuld he le suspenduedl for
-that, if thus ruitutitg osas legiimautte- tnde
neither Iore 'nor tuilr so-rcu"dope"
Ask te 'commuitee, tutuwithlottusan-ut
serious soice- tnshptineduntuutenantuu-i
soill toser, "Thus horse mits a Irfes-
sionual." Yostknosw-.tsisy- do't registr
horses its thus A. A. U., es-cithonug.h
-they ay- he itttile-est bloodtu
- gaS. i\hislal' NENSl\N
ON SALIE
TUESDAY, MAY 5
Lethser, $2.25. Clothi, $~.50

Base Ball
Make Your
Class Team
Get the right kind
of a Mitt and a al-Ty
Cobb Bat". The rest
will be easy.
Spalding's
osspleta Ba. at
WAHR' S
University Bookstore
C;. [.OARTN[[[
Law and Mdicmal Bokseller
IMPORTiANT LAW AND MEDICAi
Igys Hiss sy the Lst C
iheatProty-i-s$300
Ielts ttu ins Editioniof
Wiuhiam" steal Proerty' $300
Propeuts - - $100
Bishoi'is rstousitdbuts
CimuatAets - - $600
I is: - - - $1200
Ii3lc'. Theoryaiot idtence, $2 00_
OSep hietus Digst o riuene, '$4.00
Meesteys F~vctiusee, - - - $3.50
ylrsaus t'irpoaitio. - $6.00
Late itS ttrpotettiots. - - $250
Welmta's Art ti Ctrss
Eoxaiuatiotist - - - $2.50
httstiits Lawyes ytns t, $6.50
htrusu'n's, Atbloii'ns orm, - $6.00
lutis's Phatino." tratieandsui
Fr.3vl. - - - $18 00
Witusttus C te Foims, ┬░Sols., $2.0
MEDICAL BOOK
Itui'src sttetialThseapeutius, $400
Ritkluas'stOpesatitn Surern: $6.00
Elseudeat is urgia5litiotn~ios. $6.50
an.1seehi's ts-Stliiemeu
latist-hty. - $5.00
'l',t lituti ittAsatstsyt eils., $1.00
Coss n:istseasstof V u~R e. $6.00
andTru 'eatme,isu- - - $6.50
Leutues pta-itMdica
Dotai'itiogrsi. Clini-cs.
5 vofs. - - $5.00
litiuliarts. tomisetis. et.
C. E. BARTHELL
Lawand Medicl Bokseler
Tel 761. 326 S. State St.
[YtO [ASS [S
Eyegasses haveecoe tus utsita
uscerssay nusianceu'whet studnts o
ttutat.ity wil weltoe an eye-
gasssthiat giescomfusor adsemric.
1am-, your optictal wok dne at
ARNOLD'S and he wiut lit yoston-
fortaby assetguaratntee-reulths. Quik
Repair. Les tesarud
EMIL H. ARNOLD
Otica peet ieaist with
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
2t0 South Main Steet

NOW
Is the time to get yovir
CLUE',$,HIRTS.

AND.

ORCII[SIRA
CONCERT
High School Hall
May 5, 8:15 P. M.
LAST
FACULTY iCONCERT
High School Hall
Thursday Evening.

INSURANCE,
As necessary as yousr summer
vacation. Pays for the loss of
2kll articles taken~ from your
residence.
For particulars enquire of
0 :0OD, -EACH
IC ASUA LTY B IN5U RANCE
-Ge neral Agents 7Empire State Surety Co6.
50 lianntond Bldg. - r DETROIT, MICH.
-Phone' Main 6505.

LIGHT UNDERWEAR
AT THE"-
Co-Op Store

. _. 4Yi jL-- -j -.

I Wasuoton The Randall Studio, Randall & Pack, Props.

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