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THI =MICHIGAN DAILY

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G. H. Wild Comfpany
Our Spring 198 line of fine
Imported and Domestic
1WOOLENSI
Is now rtall. It includes all
the laiest N ovelties Shades
and-.Up-to'.Date Ptters in
Mose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
Leather Shade
(irays and
Fancry Blue.
Your lpatroniage rtspetfully
slictetd.
G. . Wild Comfpany
3it South Stat Stet
New ar d
Distimetive
Styles of
Ca1i .
art- hi in iour latest
litf iesitns. When
you buy of is you get
absolutely t 0ethe s t
wxorkitaship and new-
est iiteropulitani styles,
at a reasonable cost.
Leave Orders Early
AT
Sheehan & Co.'s
Student Bookstores
Official National League Ball
- is testandarld of the old. ite grat
worl-ds champlionip g lt ames tbtwen the
Chtiaoatonal ots dTettloitAmertass te
Spading Leaguet[tall tniwtstse. The Spaldig
Ofiiatl Noatittal teagu gallt itxuttdby
Yat, itarvatrd. rincttonitanti atrminnt
oleeatls.00'.. Oho sliots tdsaiins in the
U~tni St aies Armty tatnttNvy use it e-
(inioly. I ttisinivesa ue hee
se Bootais l ayed.l
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Now York, Chicago, St. Lous, San Francisco,
Minneanpoits.Dennver, Bffao, Syracuse, Pitt-
burg,,Phiattrtphta, Boston, CtuenntjS$fi.
more, tWasin gton, Kansas City, CevaliĀ¢4,
New Otans, tDetrit, Montreal, Canld&,

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Managing Lditr-Acass F. RrTCIE.
Business Manager-C. . WINSTEAD.
EDITORS
_ Nets........D noIlIf. Haies
Athtetics...............Lee A White
Athletics, Assi..... C. E. Eldridge
Exehoange ...... Robert Mounsier
ltosie ...............Roy D. Welch
1raa01 ..1, ....Raymond Vissher
WVoens Editor... Loise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAFF
kvxta l McFarlandt Chaoney ocher
NIGHT 1DITORS
Dontadt L. Kinttey Robert Moreland
1'ictal BI. Met tghi Fid ;. Gooding
Leonard C. Ridl
REPORTERS
LowielltJ. Carr J. t1. Prescott
Water K. Towers Louis Kraft
Patl Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otit Enget E. G. C. Williams
\W. M. Abbtt 'HI. I. Arnstrog
1) A. Htinckley t. E. Jones
Pal ILeidy
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wur Carl H. Adnm
Harold P. Gould
Aiddress: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: 1-2 p. i., 7$8 p. M.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
THURSDAY, MAY 2, io.
"Otgtotr contcrtthisixsprig if twe
toe suttppotodinitouir aditdances.
Ihttwasuthetisetimifetlexiressel ty
t- \trsiisty andltathoirities sometitme
ago. tml thitougth co(Ftions are nttt
,nml utat tpresnt for concerts, ttis
isth ltimte fortpretartion atdtwe wsold
reindtemtlof their tprmtise. The band
ailes n-ertwellstptortett they proeci
a getrosuolces, judtging froti the reports
it 15itwtipttttheit.
1-lglar ollotllr cotcerts It the at-n
iustis strinig sotld prttve to he ot
tolt-exceoeditgty enjoyatle atd popular.
hotiatsctoxeetittgly strongtint accetutat-
ing crtintesirahle -feattres i otr
uivetrsity life. They'swoldtbtring aott
ill same11 geeral IUnversity restlt whliht
a caso sinlgt tritgt out specifically iti
th toeootionlt itterest of te class. What
0111111 10e 11100etnjoyale thati to stroll
over to te amusptxottthese beattiftl
molit nightts, for whtich Attt Arbor is
fatmoustitn the sprittgatd listet to at
baud cocert'Atd Ittnter the itfitenco
tf muic, for if tian is ever agreeable
it it slihtntttder te itfiunete of msic.
we0 wotuttt-create ao tmtospere, a cu-
lto, stcthasicthigant eets tnd i
seeking. Atthoutr spntinittthis say.
say 0o1c0 a stok,ssold nt ltinterfere
with1sourh"ook learting." Utder the
shtadttwsofi the bilditgs of or A-ba
Matter, stewoltt feel ttat utnity of itter-
ests against which ittotr large Utiver-
sthy there are so mnty forces workitg.

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Wer would get togcthter as atwhtole. And~
thte band itself swouldl gaintshlroutgh the
itnterst whlicht it swould naturally aroutse.
VUlCANS WEtL) NEW LINKS
N THEIR 01,1 CHAIN
Vulcatns, a sentior etngitieer htonorary
.ociety, held its annual itnitiation and
tanttqwt at the clttbhouse last night. The
tetn fortttnate juniors elected this year
are: Millard E. Fergttsott, William Ml.
Casey, Horace 1I. Treat, Htarlosw N.
D~arock, Frattk 'T. Rowell, Mylne Keena,
Watson G'. IHarmott, Harry A. Shtup-
trine, John T. Whiitig, Malcoltm Mac-
I- targ.
Goorge Knuttsotn presided over thte
folloswitng program of toasts:
Welcomuets Nesw Vultcans-Charles
1lTsonbutrg.
Stress-Pof. J. C. Tildott.
Bacoksigts--Prttf. J. H. Davsis.
High Pressutrestiticiotto---Prtsf. Mt. E.
Ciooy.
t()o) Vulcanos-ANI. 1t. Kena.
tOimtetsiotns-Prttf. H. C. *Sadler.
1lot Air-P'rof. H. C. Atndersonl.
CUSIlMAN IS RE-ELECTED)

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MUusic anti' Drama Golllg to Graduate'?
t'%, itHott st.tt " sATl TE'15A1ESoTCYOU WILL NEED
WilliamsShiakespeare's famoutx Cot-
edy, "Twelfth Night," still he presented l~
lIay 29, in the Majesico the-steruder 5 1
tte ttireotiotn of Nirs. 'William t-ofnmann. V S T N
Sthe still tar supported lby a cast c-ire-
fully seleotedt from amnig the stodetnts
andtfacsly oth e Ugivrit. Ttt hetCA O
.am pla sottyo te givr i l Itei ue CA D
-it baoit Yatle atid Harvard bty Maudelot
Adatrts. The cast is as follow's: To enclose with yotur invitations
Orsitno-Hollister. "
Sebaistiani-McFarland. Leave ) our orders early
Mls-volio-Pritstatt.
Sir Toby Belcht-Ketnyotn.
Sir Atndrew Aguecheek--Townasetnd.
Fessto--Kilteetn. Eugraved plate with 100
Fabiatn-Davis.
Antottit.ottit Sea Captaitt-MVttroe. card
Cturito, attd First Offioer-Palnmer. 1 2
Violi-Mos. Williamta Hofmatnn.
Olivia-Mrs. Karl Wise. -
Ma,'ria-:bliss P0errin.
'Tictkets wtill goa on sate at SWatr's W H "
d. 'T'RE HATS.'ItHltSCHtOOt, University Bookstore
PLAY. BIY MICH-IGAN PROF.

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'lTte Banijo clttb tiet itt the rioisms of
ite 'Triatngle clttb last tight to elect offi-
cers for tiext year. SatmsCttshmattwsa
untatnimtotusl- re-elected as leader. The
Batnjo clutbt sill affiilate wtith the Uni-
versity nustical cltubs text year, so no
otlier mets sere elected. The orgaizia-
tion tad twelve nienmters last year, bitt
a mchoblarger tnuber is expectel next
Otiega Phti, the gtrls'lterrt society,
ssill holdilnotttpeti tmeettntg Satutrday
afterniooni it a o'clock,.at SarahttCaswsellt
Anigell I-all. ITie socityis preparetd
a sitecial literary progra,ottafter srich'l
ttere snill he atn informal Irecepttontatnd
datnce its the gstmnastittm patrlors. 'his
is tte socetis tfirt iotpenomeetttng aid
atll college girls sshliarte itterestedl tre
inviitedt. The tocitty holds it regutlar
mteetinigs iiic h SAlpaiNturoomis,.-at,
Satutrdatys, at 2 aolockesvers secottd
steek.
etct B.5 nt'-RIDEaSTPONEDt.
ITe hay-rile and1 dittner sthich, the
Cercle hail plattied to give at Whittnore
Lakr thtis aftertnoott has bett postponedl
uttitl Ttuescday, Mlay 26, at 4 o'clock, at
which time contveyancees still lease the
Tea Cttp.int. As text 'Tutesdauy is the-
regtular date for electiont of officers, it
is, plantned to choo~se the latiter at the
tdinner.
Oo~rTtcs l CTui OFFtetn.
The Forestry clitb elected the tfollow-
ing officers lasstnight: Presidetnt, W..
W. aMortis ; vice-presidett, H.RI.;
Matthews ; secretary anid treastirer, I. J.:
Smtithi: correspotnditng secretary, Sylves-
ter Strotlttian : executtive cotnmtittee, G.
A. Gtttches, J. R. Hixont addressed
the club ott 'Canadian Forest Regiotis."
Straws'bhts in all styles anti shapes,
large assortment, at Allen's. (i9-cod
-Seasonable shirts-$u.no atidtup. Wag-
tier & Co., Stale St. 70-5

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For ses-eral 1ears patxt it hats baeti the
cuistomt for the Hiighi School Ctttied5
clttt to give a play conmplimtentary to
cotiestants int the anuial iterscolastic
meet told titder thes auspices tif the
.Uttisersits- Athletic associationi. The vs-
itoot Itavesomtte to hooak forssardh to this
asa feature of their etntertaitnmtettn-tuil
itt Annu Arbior. The play tehectedh for
this year is "'ThireetHats,'' a thre-actI
cioedy, w5ritteni by air. t hettteqi,,ia
fotre hrofessoar of French itt the Utni-
versit.
The 1110a- sill to giventin itte I-high
Stistil attthtoriium, Fridtay esvettitng, Mtay'
22. Oil tccoutitti fithe.'receptttin ,tti]
dancte tot follows- te laitil sitlibenat
cetsary- to biegintirotlytti ti7 :30 O'~cc.
Admtissioto itthotse 1101 hotlig iter-
schiolastic tickets ssill Ittz2; tents, atnd
seats 1ma1y111nIo\ ert'sers-edh withtitiextoa
charge att r. Ray's office intthItohigh
scthools, lbetweetn 8 anth 9atdtito i1 I:30,
frott 4 to 6.
Rest for youtr tiredt brain,-anttean,.
-5 ceitis. t f
STUDENTS wishitng desirabtle stork
tduritig vacatioitcatn sorklamtong their
relatsves atid frietnds, atnd especially
atmong farmiers. Easy stork and good
pay. Write. to the Utniversal'* Traduig
& Supply Co., Chicago, Ill., 00 call on
A. H-. Biesterfeld, 815 9. Washington,
Sto 30or7 to 8p.um. 70-71
Saitorsswaist troutsers, all colors, all
sizes, all prices, at Alhen's. 69-ead
Before yotu settle dowtt to "botte" tit-
sight,--a little recreatioti at the l'hea-
torittts-5 cetits. If
Lightsweigh~t lisle hooe, all dsttdes.
Hetnry & Cit., N. Utniversity. 71-3

C;.t[UDARIHaL
Law and Medical Books
For State Board Rxamhnaticnu
Ludys Medical State Beards,
Questions aid Answers- $3.50
Ludys Dental State Boards,
Questions and Answers- $2.50
Owens Law Qulmzer,
Questions and Answers- $4.00
Ilaight's, Questions and
Answers -- ------$3.50
Blickensderfer's Elements
of Blackstone', - - - - $4.00
Olser's Modern -Medicine
7 vols., -_ -$42100
CAS)1 PAID FOR YOUR
LAWY MEDICAL
DEN4TAL BDOOKS
Co [. DARItU[
LAW AND MEDOICAL B001(SLLI R
Tel 761. 326 S. Stale St.
Senior Notice
Studetnts destiring u itat 1908 STEIN
will lease oides an A~nojd's Jewelry Store.
Prie . d a d
Visi tizmgCards
Finest esgrasved cards at lotwest petives. 'into
Wand t00 cards $1.25.
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
220 S. MAIN ST.

Fanicy Postal Cards
Four - 5c - Four
Get your pick-
AT THE'
V. of M. Co-Op Store

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Register for the
Union Election
By Law to Constitution:
"No member of the Union
shall ha allowed to vote at the
annual election unless he shall
have registered his name nG ld
,lse number of his membhership
ticket in the hook, provided
for that purpose, at least one
week previous to the election."
Registration book in check
- room at Club h-ouse

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