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May 10, 1908 - Image 2

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THE MICHIISA14DAILY

G. L. Wild Compay
Our Spring 198 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
IWOOL ENSI
Is now ready It includes all
the latest Nov elties Shades
and UptoDate Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
Grays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. I. Wild Comlpally
31 South State Street
A
New
Golf
Ball
The Kempshall 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 cnhs
of which we are the sole sell-
ing agents in town.
Tennis Goods, too,
AT
Sheehan & Co.'s
Student Bookstores
Official National League Ball
to the standard of the wol. In te gret
worlds championship gaes betteen the
Chtago Nationals and Ietoit Amercans theI
Spaldtng Le'ague Ball was wsed. The Splinig
Ofecal National Leaue Bll istst'ted by
Yate, Htarvard, Prineto and all 1,conieco'.
college teams. The soldiers sd silor. to tic
United States Army ad Nosy Ie i ex-
elusively, in fact illis i univesl use wee
ever ae BalIi Played.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, St. Louis, San Francisco,
Minneapot, Denver, Buffalo, Syracuse, PittugPildphaBotnCncntBa
mnre, Wahngton, Knsa City, Cleeland,
New Orlean, Detroit, Montreal, Canada.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Manasging Edior-Ancoen, F. RTcCtIE.
Business Manager-C. . WNSEA.
EDITORS
News .........Chuncy Bocher.
Athletics ..........Lee A White
Aileics, Ast. - C. E. Eldridg'
Exchange. .......Roet Montsier,
Isic ..........Roy D. Welch
Drama........... 1)01101 H. Hanes
Wome's Educer... Louise Van Voorhis
EITOIAL. STAF
Russell McFarland
NIGHOT EDITOS
Raymo1n11( Vissher Leoard C. Reid
REPrORERS
M. B. Mllgh J. H. Prescott
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Waler K. Tfowers Louis Kaft
Lewis T. Kiskern Robert Moreland
Pol Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Engel Fred E. Gooding
Tfheron P. Coper E. G. C. Williams
BUSINESS STAFF
IJohn F. Wurz Carl H. Adam
Harold P. ould
Address : MCHIGANt DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: I-2 p.im., 7-8 p. M.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
5l'i\)A l, MAY 1, 10S.
1 peusalo f Te sDa((r ile slofll the
111111(1 fot'the editril siiter. Wies
tcttllittg. IOflt e 1h'avtie expeded
om-hotshtolfritilessly iupo ithe delys
oiittoldrwing ibooks aolthelibhrl'-
ria'sdek 1a1n1dte ieficiety of tle
s11al11 fttce ofeleik.deailed t it(11
upnte crttwdi, sshit ader ect 111u1
masiestttot tie desk, and s tmp. anot
ttttaeittgiftr rasonstt'Ier knto (
lthose'ill citarge, and a tre sficiettly 00111
11(1 it 11 t ll 'r t'aestil snaiitie fr-
totre in motone(tl..
lnt th i eerit.s eite1))11whic oiancs-
is ie altered wvit lille lot. of time tr
tcree (tf exptnste.Te retditg rotim
outof l tsic,400 periodicals. received,
drawsv1110111eigti ttrnine froml the iles
quentersoftio1111upi-dotelibrry11111h
forego thelilt'iesre ci reditlng teir
"C.oiiir,'," 'C~soptlian," "Coiitry
Lit'ittAmiteec,'tutd sotthrlorugla
un ite paront-. of le taltitni roItt
hove fiihedlNviiibte iitiimbers, attiso
gel teir mitter secnd-htaidtea1111a
mothllo r so lbehinid ime. Wes the
jatoir forges to go for te ack nttm-
bers, as. he htts forgottei toI go of late,'
it becomies a serious anioyance to those

sholttootk ftr te-new tnicrretl is-
sites..We notie ttat, atl preset, te last
tnttiber (of"Ctlliers" tt e foitid iiithe
library' is tatt of Decembtler 15. Nit1 no
pslcttite ftr usto csibscrie for "Te
Natioinal Weekly" dice, tind so keep
a file so muohl in demand op 1o dae?
If necessaryse could very well sacrifice
a few of the more obscure and less read
papers aid pamphlets 1o the end of gft-
tiing otr "Collier's" ot off the press.
CIVICS CLUB ARRANGES
FOg POLITICAL ILECTURES
Two, pehiptree, lectures in Uni-
verity Stll cii poliical soljecs by
'proinet spetkers nailg ieae by
met tceie in te residentitl campaigl
somtiie tlebeftre Nos. 7, re toi e ar-
rtngeid by leUniiisersiy Civics club
ftrite xyer. TIhere is acaice thai
t-e presidentiallnointiiees ictseles
tmaly be secured Ifothe ttter event.
Thtese lecire oill le oeioI the ptb-
lie t a iomiiitl price.
It arringing stci a trgraim the Cis-
ics cluist co tiinig le pracice of thii
olil Gottd (;toserimiet cdl,at ce time
rivlotlf tie S. It. A. About fe years
tgot te former irginiztitini by faculy
advisint'o'ibIec'iiie a charter iieiber
of te Itercollegiatie Civics assciaihn,
which wasfouftiitieidits'Presidet Rotse-
vel. Siice tht tme le club has held
ioontlymeeings and iicuessions of
abttct olitiictl quiestiohis. Next year
the stcial site swil e firher developed.
Montly diiiers ovwitregular prograns
andi ftaculty' ttddreses swill le eldI at the
Un~iion. 'litaiditiintoittthis, Ol ateipt
will is'madittiit' teierainlt toogdilnumb~er
of the S. 1L. A. spetker owih smokers.
Onceorti 1c a year a itort preetios
diiie swill le heli t swhichevesryoem-
her sill httive te priilege tf ecorig
a fri'itnit.
r~ he latst mieeiiig of te clib for
the yer, Ihdiite tUniinuclitbiioutse
Fridticitt, officers ftr the esiiing
yt'tr iereelectdtic follos:s Preidenti,
Ctrl If. A5damut; vic-preidint, Citiii-
cey Botttcer ; seretarytoand treasurer,
FRFSI INE NTERTAN
SOPHIOMORE GIRLS
The couttrese of the sohomolitre. i
givinig the fehtimtiiisredi for te fresh-
iiit-wisi astsniigt retrne by Itie
freshmitein shoicenertiedlte secoid-
yetar girls sittesecoitdltiitiiil "opho-
tittre frtlic." The tffair begtii switi a
receptio, te rceiviig lue lbeiig coi-
iitstel of Miss Mtrguerite Ataims, ithe
'i vice-presiet; Miss Verti Pollasky,
te ctairittan of the comittiee iii carge
o fte porty, tiiid Miss Flarsornt aiic
Mist. Perrii, le pattroeses. After a
graitimarititireIdaiciig began. 'Fle
decorttions were rei and whlite, blue
titti grath le cltrs of thecltsses, tiid
te programitshie owittred trds. Re-
freshmlents were sered.
'Thle coitmuittee ii charge swere: Misses
Verti Polltsky, Floreitee Murpy, Miili-
cent Ftrr, Josephiie Gerosw, Helen
Jaynie Aitiie Wilson, H1eln Wells, Ma-
nion Wualker, Marguerite Fiaik, Itiiuni
Frarnz, Louise 1-ollai,Ileilali Wiiney,
Juliti Williams, Valerie Croe, tiele
Heiinz, and Frieia Morse.

CHE1,MICAL STUDENTS
hlSITF PAINT WORKS
'-(Ttt the tonle of Hrrigtint)
Whlo re tenisihil s'p ~eeores'eci
lend?
-Mich-i-gan, ha's then.
Wiho'l loe your friend whlen you find
that you need a friend?
Micht-i-gait, iat's them.
For were jtss proutd of tieitatie
you see
As an Fit-per-or, Caror tt K itte
ctaisbe.
'Whlo art' the mnt help a imtiiiet-ers
ime they cait
Micls-i-gal, U. 'f M..
Chorus-
M--C-11-I-G-A-N spells Nlichi-ign.
Proiti of eery sii-gle son tat,'
sihi cot,
Dis-il asmnoicai saytisaswort a-gill yout.
M-t-C-l'-l-G-A-N, that's 11h011.
It's a iamne that ashlaiie ieer list.becn
coi-iec-tedth sil.
Mich-i-goan, U. 'fAI.
Whouc tre te ititisMi-ttr Ystauhgtl
tc ply'fftoball?
Whiotare themetss'toill 111s11Penu-sv
Jlicli i-gto, Ut. 'f M.
'T-e ltiiies aiidlgents trt- tll irtudtof ti
Were proudi of s-, to, iiottr tri,
yoll see.
You 're the mien ittke is lltitower
youing a-gin,
Mic-i-igtii, U. 'f M.1
T'htissas Prof. 'Whlite tutu hiscls
Acitit \hite I,etitand otillor ss'trk i
D~etrot stelerty. Wh'leinte isitrs itt
tered thiiso'trks tey ietre askel tt
lease teiri'ntamis. The tobjcifths
tey letrie pot letvinig, ss'heithe
were each hiaidetla a tit stuvni
contaitedielcti iioftepatywicviocisitil
ed'iheilat i i l i einsaicmesIfthectt
Ialy'sersedl themiiat teir btanqet, 'titt
ti siurt skechi offte Jlild lPrcss.of
white letiidiimtinifacir.
Froiiiihere the stdetis oetttttisi-t
other iplnsii idts liithoiies 1f
chteitictl iitutre iisoie.
1,llCIidNxNSI 50 itI'd(105 d,C'?I)t.
The list of tssocitie ediors ftr t'
1909 Miclligtlmiiitiam itt.tss'ow leeiiom
pleed. The ltiws, elected Fritl'y, wr
Ols~ei,Loeffler andLleonard. 'iToe
chiosenly te it.serc Miss Malrgrret
McLaughlin A. J. Aibitit, a'itilRber
Miotmitsier lipyte eigiieers, IP. S. 'iut-
tIe aiii S. 1. \iggiiis; for thtets,
phaltrmlics aitd Isotops, ID. \W. air'.
for theieieis, C. X.Vrier. Wo. R.
Lane tiitilJohtisPrice swere eletet it
thie fraternisiies, aittlMis PuliIiee
by le sororities.
NOTICE.
A fest copies of te Countoy Ftir giide
hooks aoil also ai fest posers tre left.
These ay le pociredltoa t ush itl-
intg's.
TEA CUP INN WILL. REOPEN
MONDAY, MAY n'.

Base -Ball
Make Your
Class' Team
Get the right kind
of a Mitt and a I"iTy
Cobb Bat". The rest
will be easy.
Spaldinog's
nureanlete limo wt
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
Freshr
Photo
Supplies
All the latest in
Kodaks and
Cameras

Rent a Kodak
lOc per day

ILYNDONJ
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
!Bportino -Goog
121 EAS r LIBERTY STREET
Sellior Notice
S tuet. ditt itt oiia it1908 STEIN
wilaot trs,,iatstArnold's JewselryStore.
Prine $2.50engaewd
Visitimg Cards
l'a it'i gi'ttit'ti ear, t'tit ot to t i p s. 'late
aitd 100 cetd, $1.25.
WM. ARN OLD, Jeweler
220 S. MAIN ST.

Now
Is the time to get your
CLVETT SHIRTS
AND
LIGHT UNDERWEAR
AT THE
Co-pStore

ORCN[SI RA
CONCERI
High School Hall
May 5, 8:15 P.M.
LAST
FACULTY CONCERT
High School Hall
Thursday Evening
May 7

II

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BURUGLARY

I NSUPANCE
A,%i necessary as your suimmer
vacation. Pays for the loss of
a,.11ea rticles takeny from you~r
residence.
For particulars enquire of
General Agents Empire State Surety Co.
50 Hammond Bldg. DETROIT, MICH.
Phone Main 6505

121 Washenton E. The Randall Studio, Randall & Pack, props.

Phone 598

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