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-~~ffMC-t' IdAM DAILV

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Imported and Doestc
IWOOLENSI
Is now ready. It includes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and Up-to-Date Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,.
Leather Shade,
(frays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. H. Wild Comfpally
311 South State Strut
A
New
Golf
Brall
The Kemphall Water-
Core is finding favor with
golfers generally this year.
All the other good makes are
here in profusion-as well as
the famous McGregor cluhs
of which we are the sole sell-
ing agets in town.
Tennis Goods, too,
AT
Sheehan & Co.'s
Student bookstores
Official National League Ball
is the standard at the world. in the great
worlds sanpioslip gases between the
Chicago Nationals and DetoitAmeican the
Spalding League Ball was used. The Spalding
Offiili Natonl League Ball is is used by
Yale, tarvard, Prinetn and all promitet
-llege tamns. The solders and salra in the
United States Arty and Navy use it ex-
lusively. in fact it is isnuiversal use whre-
eer Base Bll is Played.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York Chicago, StLuois, San Francisco,
-tnneano ll, Denver Buff ala Syracue,Ptts-
nIbete, washnton, Kansas City, Cleveand,
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EDITORS
INews....... ..Chauncey Bouchert
Athletics-------------Lee.A Whitef
Athletics, Asst....I . C. E. Eldridge'
Exchange. Robert .. Mountsier
Music................ Roy D. Welch
Drama. ......Donal H. I-amnes
Women's Editor...- Louise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAFF
Russell McFarland
NIGHT tDITORS
Raslmonld Vissecier Leonard C. Reid
RrORTERs
M. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
Lowell J. Carr. Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Louis Kraft
Lewis T. Kniskern Robert Moreland
Paul Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Engel Fred H. Gooding
Thseron P. Cooper E. G. C. Williams
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wurz Carl H. Adam'
Harold P. Gould
Address:.MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard .Street.
Managers Houra : I-a p. in., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
THIURSD7AY, MAY 7, 1908.
liTHUIVFlcTascRy erSvrsA.
To stta aythling inl this commnit~iy of
the value of mulisic as a highlly efficientl
linstrumtl lof cultiire should beScto utler
platiltudes; still tuore besitde the ques-
tion toi urge thse necessity of culture
as ai1 agent: of all true progress. Bunt
of lie University orchtestras as z me-
tiumt for mlusic, andtIfotseiests music,
ii sets certainly not out of place to
speak at this timie.
Ott'Iluesdaly evetning thte orchlestra
gave a symlphonly concert in thle iighs
~cltotil au~ditorium, n.Ilder thle direction
tf Mvil. Samuel Lockwood. This was
)Tactivatll te orchlestraI's first appear-
111ce as ats interger in the musical
life of Ann Arbor. In view of the fail-
,,rc'wbich, has awarded simiilar at-
lIemtl in formler years, andtinIl viewt of
;tile oblviouls obstacles in tiresway of such
'undtallkinlgs gelleraly, it is safe to say
't1a1 thle audienlce expectetd litle enou~gh.
Btnthle conlcert provedtl10 merely satis-
factory-it wa1 s aazingly well -dolse.
Onily tbeir surprise cold equlal thte ap-
probations of thlose who felt what possi-
bilities for the commuillnity's etultural in-
terests Mr. Lockwood las uncovered.
Adifficult synmphlony-Mozart's "Jttpi-
tr-was gfvent witl, remnarkable pre-
cisionl antI smoothness; the orchestral
accomlpanimlent of solt performers was
a~curate. The whole affair passed off
willsa"nrare and composure which court
ed professional criticism-this, 1oo,.:we
understanld, after a miere handful of re-
hearsals. The facts tell their own story.
To Mr. Lockwood is due, almost
wholly, the credit for the existence of
such a really, high-class organization.

hBlt ftt-saying thi.stwe shsottlt'tot forget
the metmtbers ,of the orchestra. Withsout
thteir zeal anti co-operationandttiunltirinlg
energy, exhibited itsrelhearsals, the re-
stilts shownttTttestdty tight woiilid tcer
htave brettnitcomsplished. With~ottheir
tmdying ethusiastm the stork of the
rdirector instead of bring a pleasure
wtould save been a task of altmost ittsur-
'mountable proportions.
Wshen it is remembred what tise
tPittsburg orcisestra hs dotte for Pills-
tsurg, swhal part the Thomas orchestra
>has played in thte taming of Chicago,
somtnttg of the possibilities thlat are
before Ann Arbor may be glimlpsetd.
'We by tto means itentd to intvite comn-
parisontbeitween th~e orgattizatiots first
ttnanted and fthe slayers gatheredl tnder
Mr. L~ocksvood. We wsistt merely to tog-
gest whtata field lies intthle futire for
rthe stork wthichtthle latter save so effi-
ciently tbeguts.
lThte tutifirtdstupport of Ann Arbor
musical intlerests shottld hasten to en-
courage Mr. Lockwotod bsy more tttatts
be givent with all practicatble frequency.
We arc' guilty of tatotlogy in urgitng
teven thlis tmucht tpont those wh-lo recog-
nize in thle strintg orchestra tie tbest
kn~ow, nrtdiittt for ttht exprtession of
the btest Itmusic.

FIVE MORE SENIOR MEDICS
RECEIVE APPOINTMTENTS
Dutrittg the last twots seks sevecral
more senior mtettics tave otaittetdlos-
pital positionts ftor periodls of one or
more years. A. C. McCturdy received
otie of the right appointiments intthle
Erie county tospital at Bitffalo. Atntg
tlte noted internes associated wiitht this
intttution are Dr. Rosswell Park attd
Dr. MNatticwss Matit. Thte examnutio,
whticttwstcotmpetitive, swas takett ty
represetlatives of tte largest tiedical
schtools intthle coutry. McCutrdy is a
tttrttter osf thle gynteoltigical staff.
Joseph D. t lritgerthts lbeett apptoitedt
as otne of thte residettt pttysiciatts of tte
Kalamsazoo insatte hospital atti will tbe-
gut htis term of service Jttly t. He still
specialize tin ervouts anidtmtcttal dsi-
Floyd M. Frecitittt sill be otte of ite
intterttes at ttte Toletdo city tospital dtur-
ing thte nrsti two years. 'ITteodlore lDill-
tmattitetntts to locate at Frettot, Ohtio.
Roy Cuttbcrtsott left Tutesday for
Worcltester, Mass., swhere ltcestill lake
Ite comtpetitive exainitaiti for itntertne-
shtip intthle Woreliesier getteral htospital.
Leroy Wellstead tas received att ap-
plointmenc~t inthle Jameis Walker hospital
at Wilminsgton, N. C. tic sill lake te
positionttbottt Jttly t. Thtis position wsas
filled last year by a sttttetst frott Johnts
Hopskins university.
TWO CHINESE STUDENTS
TO GIVE JOINT ADDRESS
A joint adtdress will be given by Kiyo
Sue Itni and Mr. Wang in Mc~tillant
Hall text Stunday afternoon, the subiject
beittg "A Critical Situation.-
"The Michigan Cap-just whtat yosu
have been looking for; extra small
shape. Henry & Co., 709-7H1 North
University. - 58-6o

Att uttforttutate orsight hats delat ci
until this late date te appreciaion of
the recital of Richard Keys Biggs ott
tie University organ lst Mnd~tay after-
noon. Mr Biggs giltecatt exactig piv
gratn teftre a large aidiecev, it t cae-
fil anol musicianily meannter. H itsork
eviceit apprecialtit fte oters adt
skill ittmaiputation,. Aside frott the
techiqiite the recitl tas aristicaly sit-
cessftul. Mr. TBiggs'sork isatcrertdi to
lift instructcors andtan eviece oiif t ste-
cessftul fututre.
'Thlis aftertnoit at 430 t recital wilt
bte giveniItinteUniviersit Settof
'stisic by pupilis tof AltieritLockwtsood
attt WiilliamtiIHoswlatind. Tercitl still
tbe its advsantedt pupil ,-ndttan titerestitg
entetrtainmtit-tw till lit-affordthot ttse whiot
arc present. Thei stutlic is ivi tedt at
itend these pupils eceitls, for whitieh iti
attttissiont is cargetd. The folotintg
protgramti sill tbc giveit:
Sontat, Di. 31. Ni. 2 (lietovn)..
Laura Seirilits.
A stong tof ott esonsi~s (Fote)-
tretteTiraitt.
Prelude anidl FugtieNi. 2 (Bach)i
Twot Eltites (Cthoiin):Wldeisrncht est
(Liszt)-Bcssie C. 'Torrey-
Fruttlitsgszseii (Beker)I-Miss 1elent
Wrigtht.
Sotaa, Ot. 21 (tiectoset)=--Jli
Klager.
The Sprintg ha~s Comite (White) -lia-
bethlt Wessi.
Gtsotic-('lets Brink) : Iiiriimptuit
(Refihldli)-Biernice 'Tr re.
tIs ily 'litte (Slicks)----esic C
at tic Ness-Whitneysthe ltatr, Ifs hot
the Mtayor, etlredito be intofiithe
mtitiisutccesful otsical noedieis Oatheii
road,sill le pttdutced fr ts- ist timet
its AnnoArbtr. 'Thev engageiettsiw iill
he notalelt becutse Ann 'riosris thit
otnly cttoi biile isiedblithIisorai-
tioni etwsen Newv York Ciiy ittitCi
c1g, ishere it gotslit sieil trit to
fill a ssumer cingagemtiu at theIi
Asllitoeistss. 'ITe i niitable, ecetiric
coimediani, tHarry ell, sill lit-st-c int
use priincipal comedyipytri.adt is si
to hase ceaiit a chaarcer etiely iess
10 thest sage. MIis'rixie Frigaisa a
exeeptiontally cles-er comseitenni,-,andila
M iichigatn girl, is Iis leaitnig sitppior.
city ipeople, sitsabit the largest Am-t
ericans beastly coruss traveling, incliintg
thse famsous Esglisti datcig piets.
lieaitiftl costumes, cmipllet sceis
equipmnt atid electrical effecctsaddi to
thec effecisveness ofithe p~eformsancs.
At Wisconssins a comittefle of tisie
professors is considring the advisail
fly of segegaios. T'hs regetsswuill
take action upon their report.

Base Ball
Make Your
Class Team
Get the right kind
of a Mitt and, a "1Ty
Cobb Bat". The rest
will be easy.
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ouseplets ttine .t
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C. E. DARIII[[[
Law- and Medical Bookseller
IMPORTANT LAW AND MEDICAL
BOOKS
Dicy's tiisiiisy of the Low of
heal Prosseety - - - $3.00
ctalltin tell n's Edition of
iiam'ots heat Prperty - $3.00
Mihnisa't OtlintOf eal
10t-tpertt - - - - $1.00
lisltopsa ihecions and Ioems.
Crimisnal Ationss- - - $6.00
vosl.2 : - - $12.00
ileytolils 'ihioty of Evidence, $2.00
isephes iDigst of ]':idn, $.00
)tctiveys inidenc.ee,-, - $.1
i arstiali s Coiexttatont. - 600
Toipinssun, say othlis
Lateoif crporatios. - - $2.0
writ astitsArt01ftins
Examinatiioi. - - $2.50
Bostswickts'layes ianial, $6.50
Iihteystyte. Atots Dorms, - $6.00
itehs leadingss, Practice ad
fors t os. - - - $1.00
Wisi],siatidc1ormis,;heels., $12.00
MEDICAL BOOKS
tlri-es teratetti The-r-petis $4.00-
titchhai'prtii elsurgery. $6.00
Cienslaths Sitgcatliagiosi, $650
h'aitiiiitiy. - - - - $.00
oittta-S!richteh' Atas aid
lTetoik f Anatouy l vois.. $100
costui'tiiseases of wometn. $6.00
cile's Differientilal iagostis
and Treatmenit,- - $630
Leubspecii-ilMe-tica
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Tel 761. 326 S. Sae St.
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nece-sssary nuisance with students of
latethiat tey will weione an eye-
glass ttat gives comfort and etie.
hlare your optiasl work dor at
ARNOLD'S and tsr will fit you oii-
fortably ad guarantee results. Quik
Repairs. Lenses Ground.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optical Speilist with
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
2H0 South alo Street

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AND
LIGHT VNIDERWEAR
AT THE
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May 7

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