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Michigan Daily, 1908-05-29

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THE ~MICHIGAN DAILY

G. I. Wild Comipanly
Our Spring 19o8 line of fne
Imported and Domestic
IWOOLENS]I
Is now ready It 11n(11u(1salt
the latest Novelies Shade
and UptoDa te Patterns ii
Moose Brown,
Caribou Tan,
L eather Shade,
Grays and
Fancy Blues
Tour patronage respectfully
solicitedi
G. H. Wild Comipally
311 South State Street
THERES STILL TIME TO
GET YOUR
Engraved
Cards
Attdt tot hve a htitrry-
ip job itonte Our work
is thte finest ttat cati hi
obtaittid attywhettr, is
guartatteet satisfactory
andte tiprices are inoi-
rate.
Sheehan & Co.'s
Student Bookstores
Official National League Ball
is h tand, iiarofthe orld. linthe etole
Cleag Ncainals cnd ilcitei ricsthet
Spaldingeg c''tali too- to. The Splintg
tOftieial Natioal l Iia' 'Pall tistustdby
Pale ararI. 'ic','tee aodalt pit
oiegi'oats. Te ollicsa daloles itheto
tnitedtstatab'-Artoo'anidtNay ae itex
ecci'Bat, alis laiyed.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New Yrk ,Chicago, St Tos, Sao Francisco,
Mtoneapolts, Deover. Bff ao, Syrcse, Pitt-
br, Philtadephta, Btoto, Cioctoos~i, Bat-
mire, Wastington, tKasas City, Ceveand,
New Orens, Detroit, Motrea, Canada.

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
tRttDAY, MAY 29, 1908.
T11TIF ItN AND ca~x ititlacs.
ii cciii ieetomen i t te cotet'
for the officet fte Uio shw tto
a o trts esiii tt i eitstirred p
somwhte. 'The wttole titg seems to
bec le reulti of a geerlt ititder-
'itainigi. t isistafe t ty tto ifar
asiiie fcatiho te cmpaiognc cosbeeo
atimiifo t cetincanditfree frmidirtiy
coictilc. \ttltandcites iinteidedt
yi thecagretto ickeette coim-
ic0 si. Nerw eticiat ite troteK
Mie evciieryting it sidcctit tirne tci
ioe tti, tciatoecndcictate' cnitrst
ccgcctic'ctiit egitica' teacdthote
thaitituthimetithd i escitiit te'tersc
ofl ti' agremient.
Inth licec ec'of te exctwoncrts of
this acgrcimeet it iiis piccticcctly ttitisi-
bl o jutdg' faitty. tIf crgniziationcc
tens t'tciipoiise, iisitbcaittif it
does notclit i ,atllow'atbte trona'lctslici-
AS we titnterittanid teetfrmteithice
no, manc i is expetedt toipegehirtitictef
oneicwayc or tter.Ic tf iticcisito.ico
one---andithitin cteste tim ieiibe'sof
aly orti ciy itet ciy tic cote fr Out'
partclarcandiicidateti. tat ticvoteris
fite ctil to the im hute' depoitt il
lt h, ite iiix, tctcliii'it te pleases.e
Theiltetctiont iiimporanit aculticoylt
allow 'ciy moctie or cffiitionittit, c
Ftt cr iiirutter tilctililregite atnt
ote''anidtdoiihiltplrt ii puttig ictoi
AC't liii' S L'tHt,t~ItiAT't
"iialscietyc f the I 'iieritlc, ietd
its auciicl banqt lasiti ccinight cat ithe
Unionclu o. tEter C. Aatmu, tilt
re tiriig arcch-acclvttie,cwalitoacsiiaste,
andi cllect ior rspctonefro te folt
Cles M. 'ccfetrrtteat et ut ioF;,
Smchit.
At a 'cenii tt'eeig the offices etect
for next y1 ear een'ascfoltlowst: C. cM.
'itry, achcoly cte; F. U. Stnie, eoc-
1Ks: . 4. Godcfre, cp~yit; . B.
Irii, teecci J. F. Geclcttierrc , refe-
e iitR IK StF,ii'S LADsERS
AT WHITMORE LAKE
tict actie cd faculty mtembers of
lieCcrccle,'cicicctiqe Fracienj ctoed
ac haidce ti tic Whitmorie iae Tees
dayi ening. Sutppieots serect at te
' oe. The folowiig offeetsewere
.eectedcote teyeare1901819:cPreideit,
Henrcy . Amttrontg; vice-preident,
teeic Brtlety; trecstrer, Rotert
Vlocciiitier asecreiciry,tEdit BI. Hre;
.drctr . 'eit ie Brdet;c' ra tlno
'f citecmbertihi ccoitttee,Li.L. Joe.

I'l,'AU 13ETA P1 1 LU;CI'S
PROMINhNT ALUMNI

lihe 3ichign EGtimtitchatrofiTa'ui''c
'Beto Pi havec'elected tiele loitiwig
promintalu mnatoiciiiocf ie etgieeiig
department to imiiimbesip:ta lotoo'P.
Dock, U. S. refer eei'iankraupc,
Detroit; Water S. tRusel, '5, presi
iett Russett e't ~tet cd Fuidty C-
iee, tere Marquieette R., tDetoit:
Ctharles Y. Dixoni, '87, Uti.8'sstitatt
enginuieer, Detroit; Witlard t Pote, '81,
vie-ipresideint LCnaianti Bt'rige Ci.,
XWcukeevlc't, ODiii William cut Livinlg-
sttonie, '99, mncticioure rDtit;ci.iE-
Wuorkstac, cy it; obetieRiI amtiot,
'9rt, heratrcicidenht AimeiccacitSteel
Fouiiidtie't.vatonc .111.:i t tc/ce Dcr-
'ot,', i2.gn'ral'n'getTl''' iceoic &
IniatiniciRv- 'iT'edo; H. George IFi'idt
'13 tseceitay tudckMotCco .cFlit
T'he'odtore IL in itceiccic i'9, Smthtu
Iiccchmai &GfyllttaciectsDitot:
Hcarry R. iRig,g, o cief engicier
"Htawtthornie" workstt ofitle Geieral
EKletric Co.,IHinsdalect, Il.; Gtege A.'
Damoincci. '9. iimainaging eillgiter ie' X-
itldCoct .X, C'icaccgo ;i'eogetI;. Wittcx
Sagluinw, ih.
'T'heiiiatiinid utuanqutiet iccei
hoioticciccceis Scturdauc c ticig, flcay'30.
'iTi't'e arecii'thetfir t umi tobeelect1
icd toimemibiesthip the i'loclchitiaptte,
whiiccchsinscccc-talled i i, and iiti
shot'lg ie thit'respitive iil ie, Since
havie'ie''iieeigibetoti mcettm1beestip in i
thei socli cit t achae'ric'i' iistcalciedt
herein cctheir cii cicgeccctce' dtay.
cTiut 'ieta i inwthe larg cecsti of
anyiof'ihe iitc'c'c'iii ihonorisocietie
ini ciein choolsii limciting i-itlic
i ing sctl the ii'cuntr Iy. It cccii
pie; ithe ame'posititonui tilt' iltdet'
andiiSigc,, iXinL,'cccci'adttc go
tcholarcip incg eitetiatcci icc llici
TItE AKLtUMiNU'SGI; tS FREFt
Sd' tSCRIPlt~IONS 'TO GRADUiA' T'ES
'flu Alutnus imanacgeieit sgcnt-l
iii 'ciii y''cr'asutciptcioncfree-i-tui-ct-c
grcaduact. 'the'objc in ilviiw' it tini-
tilt' i'l'icicultion.c, itsstemicci
c-tilt'sis nowtutndiierci'wicy cd te lan ic-I
ageitiiwiexpectsletiocexceed lcticitis
liutres, cihicit neacrly'50ter cent iof te
teiiors sssctiedifocci the publicaition.
't'hiesubcrt'ipionipriceii'is 'ce doleitrt,
whiih ii iitli include icthe annua iual iiiidue.
'To clt personsitote tacciorsu~aic te
uty' nuiimtecwiiile gientfieee ciiithe
conititoic a yecr'tsciubsciptoniis Itakn.
Iae tori seenicieiornewt cri-coordl
sthirts, at Alenocs? 6-ol
GENTLEMEKN :tic' titer and tsee our
latet stasinit inligtl silk ile luae
forc oxords. Annti (ermanicit t, the
kit(] that lt. We ae' tle crrec'
shtadelr cctant oxords, itoctns, tncvy
halii, gcys, andu the e geentithade.
At Puriietd's Shoe Shre, tuj S. Maicl
St. f

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'Rii. WINKKI,1?R'T'ALKS
ON GiKRNIAN DRAMA'T'IT't'l

'Gerrtlialcuitcteoccis regcrdedlcias
tiii greatest Grmancicdtrcamctist ltic-lg
todcay,' saidltro..Niax Winlker i isil
addrest lttttnighte at ele fnotmeeting
of the iPhiloogicat oity. le cn-
tribuutect largely to the Germanationlou
awtakeing. le emeargedt direty frm
theitourman utd titres mioet aftcter
the F ratncco- Pussant war. Mdiernismn
was thurwacheiwordectof the ew- ischol,
catnd te faithfuluuti'iroeiettiitu ca acucl
ty life iby' tit groupuwasohus tiopptaset
tic thocacer Germanict lcsscim.
'Llantantoiu u rioaly wactleruticca
itd f tiii tocia tconduiitins iniiGee-
manycand otnti lcoaet ti tttlathri i th't
sociiis, andtci amicice aniixp tiic ofci
"Hsit fliterheriy strengthci, i
thei crefut delineact ii iifchcracte-ri
luaiedelocciiurtely scieitiic obhservactionu
an nlsi. T'flit'tncilei s fct-iwit
chi reit-dlitticla1ciitt tie processesof
nactue,atdin natc uure' he iic o ufor-
tute asi tocsit clte ti t git cciid cp
"I the style occi 's dramccclii
Hanimm s yp thly inatualistic.
''etic iccuucaetaoo.Th hr
waycuing cllquialeisms ndtit al-iitec
liemke ucteitcharacers exuretatheir
tic -.iiuic throuiicclghi uci ra 'iuuu ciii
(liiesandthelike.ila
"Ihuthlilt ic al siii ii 'ii' I see
his e'ttt ionuiticic. I ciiiiuaccccttc ciio
ie' a prue'ciitte of tilt yscl n
muralceleentsocta ' enirnmnt
Pr. OWinkle regred ici tleVe
ttuica . t' dthcici' a -u tc'chcciic tice' f
workliias KN'l' te cusgeattesttidram-cu.
auit. 710ch. AnniiSt. -
A climited cc'erof ooc, srn
pacin bxs. C . Ii. Batc'hel, 320 5'
Sitate- St. Phoneiii71c.f
Panamtastatd srhecohatt itt all shaaes,
at Alen's. 7-od
Reicic-sili wshictiis t ct pit ric
Hiery& C. oll
1)cie yotiseenu thureeAler Cole-
gianucdoilies at Ale's? 7-od
Cmue 'tndl he- cmifuriablue cuthle'
'fheataciutuc
GENTLEMEN:; If youthae e hcumi
disgustudcwith oxaordt that dit ccitl
arecondci ttheake or ii thurtel, lity
-. Purfi'"-tat's were te ty fii. Wil.
L. Purlirid, rt t S. Miin St. Te lomte
of 'Rodk Oak" oes. f
Uion uittisiaandctwoei-iec grmen-t
ccc csiIt- enry'& Li., N.dUnierity
Are. cutd
XWagner & Co., Htaherdashies, Stter
Si. Optentevetnings f
Aliways thIebetat cthe uetoiicuu.

Going to Graduate?
YOU %AILL NEED
VISITING
To enciose with your isvitations
Leave } our orders early
Eugraved' plate with 100
ca rd4
$1.25'
WAHR 'S
University Bookstore
Fresh
Photo
Supplies
All the latest in
Kodaks and
Cameras

rRent a Kodak
lOc per day
LYNDON
E PAILEY & EDMUNDS
pordtlO 3ooe
121 EAS C LIBERTY STREEtT
Senior Notice
Stuidetuts desiringu official 1908 STLim
wilt tle aeders at Arnold's Jewelry Store.
Prie$2.50 .rawvsd
Visitixng Cards
Fitnest enigraved cards at louwest drtect. late
sod i00 cards $1.25.
WM. ARN OLD, Jeweler
220 S. MAIN ST.

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DOWN!i
DOWN!
DOWNI!
Prices on Shirts
Still G oing

EXCURSION
TO
CHICAGO
'rickets on sale May 28,
to June 2nd, inclusive; good
returning until June 12.
For Particulars Consult Agents
Michigan Cetfiti

r

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B'URG LARIY
I NSUPANCE
As necessary as youir su~mm ler
vacation. Pays for the loss of
all a erticles taker from your
residence.
For particulars enquire of
WOODEACH
CASUALTYB INSU RANCE
General Agents Empire State Surety Co.
50 Hammond Bldg. DETROIT, MICHi.
Phone Main 6505

AT THE
CoMvOp Store

IIIi

12 Wsintn .The Randall Studio, Randall &Pak Props.

phbone 598

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