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THEP MICHIGAN DAILY

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G. H. Wild Comipanly
Our Spring 198 line of fine
Imprted and Domestic
IWOOLENS]I
Is now ready. It incdes all
the latest Novelties, Shades
and Up-to-Date Patterns in
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade,
Grays and
Fancy Blues.
Your patronage respectfully
solicited.
G. H. Wild Companly
311 South State Street
A
New
G;olf
Ball
The Kemphall Water-
Core is finding favor with
golfers generally this year.
All the other good akes are
here in profusion-as well as
the famous McGregor clbs
of which we are the sole sell-
ing agents in town.
Tennis Goods, too,
AT
Sheehan & Co.'s
Student Bookstores
Official National League Ball
is the standard of the wold.i.n1thew ret
world's champonship gaes betsecth
Chicago Nationals and letroitAoseicats the
Salding Lea'ue Ball was sed. The Spaldig
Offcia National League P 11 is is usKI y
Yale, Harard, triceto and altoinnt
college teams. Thsoldiers and sailors it the
UnitedSttes Aray andlNavv'yuse it es-
elusvely. to fact Itit s in unversal use tiher--
ever BauseBalt is Played.
A. G. SPALDING & BRZOS.
New York, Chicago, St Louis, San Frncico,
Minnapols, Dennver, Buffalo, Syracuse, Pitt-
burg, Philadlphia, Boston, Cincinati, Balti-
more, Washington, Kansas Ciy, Cleeland,
New Orleans, Detroit, Montreal, Canada

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Masaging"Editr-.-nRtnF. RrTCiiM
Business Manager-C. E. WINsTA.
New is.....s...Clasttty Bocher
Athletics ..........Lee A Whie
Atltilis, A.sst..... ..F. Eldridge
sEchansges.i....oert Moortsier
is-se -.........KRoy').sWech
Drasa........Donal 1.HaHoes
Wottetts Editor... Lotise Vats Voorhis
EITOIAL STAF
Rsssell McFarland
NIGHT CDITOR
Rasytndts Vissher Leotard C. Reis
Dosna~ liL. Kintey Rssber Mosrelani
hi.B. NI.\lllsgls Fresi E. Gsssig
Lowsell .J. (Carr J. 11,Prest
sWaler K. 'lowers tLouis KraftI
Pasl Greet Samuel H. Morris
Ottss Engel 1;. (. C. Wiliattss
W. NI. AbbottI 11. 1 .Artstrong
1) \. IIicley D. E. Jnst
BUSINESS STAF
John F. Wr Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gould
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street,
Manager's Hours: 1-2 p.i., 9-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
' 1ILESIIAY. -MAY 4, 1i09-
Is) 51 t'1 IN tAIOIN ,"
IsssIth s eomes-nscsissry ts all aters-
Ition sgains to tg fartltsailwe are ot-
Isl tos pulshli15 estsss tiaios usles,
ts' wie~te's isesstitsis sisclosed. ie
iris wi'isned's-iaossnyouitsly i
it is sss sesireds, bstlle st t 1isist uo
know55ingssthes 5author5's namsle.
Theliss-sisssi sal thesritIcsesgslrosms
judgles'Ilinness 's outrhassssdispelsd ssss
is--s-1 apprehen5sionts, anssspevestss
lopict lnt'e publicity sattndantsost
whic, ssols lyshavssse sssisdcsfarthris'
daagls te lressysinissedsettsion
sste col. Alss'o t fils tsc
in caemi ana ss frIsis -wse cant
dicsetr, ssi s recorde satlthtlsss n-
iselest st sum to repair damageIs forss
Ipesonssc spon 5 I~sile. Sucs sssettle
mlentls a1ntwillse-t cstonelttmarkig t-
Is gclpnles I sif'55555'wtand ttmsre semli-
iv's stldlsts-sc ssisusssssandst sss may
jusstly feel ssstte prisein ithle smsanl
sliit!wh'Iisthsshasmase sclrepasrtiont.
Bussthle vitlspills sfltle sslse siuas-
tiont5 remalinssttstl. iT-esltimteI
Illesilost IllfX"Whatlarg y015gongtto ssdss
abut"is elt sbesolves.
Alt1the itle tsh e rist there ws'n ol
aIthinkingll sstso r stolma1111nste Il~ess-
pns lss slsisssnoctecs ss sldeisreget
111a51eostsuchsleioultbulrs soldsi tsae
fsoundsiil-s trsty susreesitinth e st-

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sdent issopulatisont:slot a ttihiktg msan or
woma sss utsis expressedi the siesire to see
te perpetratosof'thtle plot arraigned
sasd giventh ieir jutsdseserts. 'Te de-
sign was5t'l idisdsep andttsssell orgattized,
is is 'shosssnsit the ecase ansd celerity
stll whsiihlthe eroswd, swhichsas to
esseerIlse sictiostosflthe lest prime
movrs. camse togethter. Yet whtat hat
eitiser thse facutly, as repiresensted bsy the
sentte, or tse ssndergrasluates, as tepee-
sesslid se the Studeist Counceil, sdone to
exse thIis Catasline sansl Iis fIliows'colt-
spirators'? hlat -stshavebeen takent
1o prevetItiserepsetitionsoilluttsttch
antosthler occurrencee in tisree or foitr
yeasrsswhens tise lestn las sects for-
gotten'
It wssuntfortutnate thsat te blamse
shlsdih ate laliens uponlttile inniocenst,
wthile thse gttilty escapted; yet thse result-
ant5 staste of affairs states it sil tite more
impslerat~ive tihat sse tsake a clsoser grips
Oil Iis spectlacle of lawlessttess wticihl
evidienced t s ipresence:titat ste cease
essr emutitnoifsth1ue Fretnch, swio, Car-
lyle says, "excell in tite art tof resolit-
tiont." Sittee titeisoliceiprovedi unteqttal
ts te situsatiost, it is aliitise mtoreiml-
peratlive tat we sesireit stt thte esil aitd
dlevise a1 discipinoets coite twi i itt inte
future. Thse strore swthi ich tetetmtiest
its titepslice csustlteapot sarosusediforced
aii tite emphslasis of ssur attetiont illa
minorstesstsidierationst; tten,too, te
sttm (If outside criticistms 'tatuirally
fsircedsi uponis thedeft-ensise;it swas
not~ .surprisinsg tisat wst e nd~ettl oussr
gssssd inamte wills sll tile insgensiosfero-
city wtiichs sstly ssasssmesd innocence cant
displaystutil is's stre itt dan~ger 5sf
really eliesinsg thtat tite riot mighst he
jtt tilts, ands was, alter sll, asm tiall mati-
ter.
Nsow, hosweer, lie stormsi hasiloswn
siver; thse couirt has heess oost inagnaini-
msssss its its consside-ratlion; so far as
ethters itt-esstncertnedlthe reessrsiis
clsosll.Bltdus she frsank wsthloutr-
sssevs. Itlus ttakg thlis qutestiont casn-
sdelly'Itssour heartstI-ansssee -csthere tse
trle lieis, and1 ss'tsan esstdonlsse sabout

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amplite of thosse wthot htvee brsugt the
stal of "tholigntism"t upontLis.
I is otr firstsbelief 11at esampuss seti-
mtent will sarmly seotttiaiy ssch iosi-
tive efforts; itfst thast it telltsttts ssel
ait investigatlieon. ie StsdetlConctil
ssas designed to stin1 stch emergencie,
and sthile we reognie its lack of poser
ansi the diffiutiies of the sitatilotsse
beliee that the Cottitil is the srgeonl
mos needed, and that the utnrtly oest-
ets sswio are offensted soud e cutt
off withosutsifear ort nery.
j(Uusic anD Vrama
tIstI JAtts s-ts .5I'~tNtt.
Elsie Janis echarmtedi a large soudiecee
at tile Whittey teaer Wedeisdseay nigst
its a delightftul vaudeillcesntertainmtt
itt swhichtsie stas aly sttpposrtdl iy
Josepht Caswttrnt andtlattexcelletlIconty
pasty. The prodiuctionst tb iillet as a
msicalesicomsety called Thtie Hosyde,"'
aitd thte playills oh colrse are rigt,.
bull the piece is at far fros the reli
thintg as the oier recettlprodtcisos.
Bust thes-"opra"swithits sdisappeacsringc
plot tdids' tske sisy difference. Esie
Jasis wutldlchants a lst ofdtysics
by skippissg oncee acros ste stage, andls
wottld e juts as "fechisg its,sse tig
as saoter. Sie is unsqqtstiosablyi te
mos sitsotc i sof femininsittha11tlt
Aitericass audiecs ae ieet permitted
tos see for a long tme. M\lr. Cwstosrn,
too, is a shtosw its himslef,.adsissssfsunsnsy'
whether the lack of 11101 gave hisis a
'ccteetr sot.
Sonict o1fte linset-rsunqstsionhassly'
dleser, Ite ntusic, swiile ttnplrtenttiosss
was te sr that sotseswhistlts on the
treetsaftrward,asissiliss Jntis iti-
persotnaltiosls wes're 555tutlte orinatry.
Alsgethter, " ie H oydent isa jske s
far as bieitg anythitngcohsetsiv sr pe
tentiout.sillutitssitne lnsg frompl ants
laulgh,-sand(itis swosrhs agreatl sesl to
hlear Elsie Jaitis lutgl ansd seseterstille.
Onte of tie impo~srtantslplrdulctisso f
tise Issn lat tie Ngst'sWhitewill be
Hietsry' I. 1Harriis s'rsentant oniiss lsglt
of ThomattssW. Ross its"The 'Prve'linsg
Saltessi ista ewssoesssdylrVI'Jamsist-
Fosrsbe ssiutorsf '"The CIorus iLy.
Th it ece hass soed a wss'ssndetul slct
cess its tecsst ansssilssbees bsosskes
on siisI a sishr tntsssrlbfore't-bsillg
presentlesd 05nBrssosdways. Ihis isse sol
te les t sits s5sttathvebesct lecstedtl
fsr titsc ititisl pertformancitles.
Nowt is te tiseto 0have your rooms-
paperetd, decorated or paisted. We are
smakinsg special prices. Your credit is
good. C. H Maor & Co. Bot pones
237. t
Thertsre thrte poisofist incsltiosI
its our sirt-otte, ap~rvstisyles;lst's,
exclusiv'epattetrsthire, fsiultess sake.
Hentsy & Co., 70-711 Nort lUniversiy
sitesnue. (648
TEA CUP INNXWIII, E OPEN
AFTER hMAY FESTIVAL.- COhN
CERTS.

Going to Graduaw?
YOU WILL NEED
VISITING
CTo enlose with sour sinvitations
Leave ) ur orders early
Eugraved plate with 100
cards
$1.25
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
t;. [. DARITHLI
Law and Medical Books
For State Fiord Exasinations
Ldy's Medical State Bards,
Quesions and Answers - $3.50
Ldy's Denal Stae Bards,
Questions and Answers $2.50
Owen's Law Quizzer,
Quesions and Answers- $4.00
Ilamgh's, Quesions and
Answers. . . .$3.50
Bickensderer's Elemens
nf Blacksone, - - - $4.00
Olser's Modern Medicine
7 vols., - - $42.00
CASH PAID FOR YOUR
LAW, MEDICAL
and
DENTAL BOOKS
G. [. DARIN[L[
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKSELLR
Tel 161. 326 S. Stale St.
Senior Notice
Slsds Illsdeing llSostiss sal 108 STEIN
w ill Is s sders atArnldsJewelry Store
Pe-lo. $2.50 egraved
Visiting Cards
s~net entssss I, 55cardat Ilslest Ir "st Plae
and510 Oclsrtls$1.25.
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
220 S. MAIN ST.

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Sssmse;m-s " et lhe Stsusest tuiscil
e r ssesstral suassissn.- 'lissilphrses
sslsways remstins ust slf te progessive
celsstsistres ss Isissabantsssnedth leefI-
fece s.bittolhIer Imindtsloss ancienst
reetd~sy If oiglfor tile sslur'ing te-
sitc-s ssf "tmsralsuasssions." 11Bu1 sf swhosms
a prsgeios younsssgste-r, its explasiintg
lbe iscreaste sot sdeiltry,"sid, "Shle
ills' tlls Sll'Italks1an' ltalks-wshichsossy
matikes us-spc~eate,sassd sl llt-ssworse."
XXe cetalyhy' vesstdonlse tenoulghllikintg
its thselrilltcases. Shlll we'do110tintg
W~e cannttsextpect tile Studsentl Csous-
cil toIscoax11s itossgssosdbehsas-isor. It
cann stsddsdehe tot10 e convctsdionsthti
wweeitnu trrosr lsy- passintg restlultionts.
.And11 icsnnt solde ulis intosscircuspiec-
tisonlos Iondctlll. iButlthe timetthas comne
fossom -sid sefttite jsusgssnt to sbie sae-
rivedi Iat, wichi shasll pros-isle sisolustioss
fsr ssuchanalo5gou1s iroblsemts asshall
lsater arise ; for somue lprevetaltive thai
still osisasse fsthler sdifficsltlies. bWe do1
snol wat l1hessots sthicsihilsterely last
stwo t osssr thsree years.'XWetdo teeth
a powtter whicihssshl clesise to ihe root
o~f tile trossble, ferret ous th~esisess re-
sponssibsle for thse riot, antdntake a155ex-

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