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May 30, 1908 - Image 2

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TH~IE MICHIGAN DlAILY __

"I.

G. H. Wgild Comlpanly
Our Spring i908 line of fine
I mported and Domestic
WOOLENSI
Is now ready. It includes 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. . Wild Compally
311 South State Street
THERES STILL TIME TO
GET YOUR
Engraved
Cards
Anal not hve a lintry-
u~p lote. Our work
is the fitest that cat be
obtainetdanywhere is
gutarateedi salisfactory
anid the prices are niod-
orae.
Sheehan & Co.'s
Student Bookstores
Official National League Ball
is ow ilslitaoftlis wold.I th ssgrt.
Cicano at aionals i tro5itilAmeitiils tOs
SpalidtingiLa'llwassd. t.Ttie Ssaling
ttietal Nationalssi ags' Ball is isused iy
Yailleta tvaPct o andasei ll prsit ietiii
c olitrttt iass. Tiesll' atili5' s il s it he s
lieStatesilAry ad. Nv sitiex-
cluivstlyt. Intatitis1 niuniversa seiwher-
overBis htall tttis Played.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chitcago, St. Lus, SatFranisco,
Mitlneepslis. Dever, Buffet, Syracuse, Pitts-
burg, Phitedeiphl, Boston, Ctcnaeti, Bali-
more, Wahing tn, Kansas City, Cleeland,
New Orens, 0etrot, Montreal, Canada.

THlE MICHIGIAN DAILY.
Maagig IFdita-ARCHER F. RTCst.
Buseiness Manager-C. L. WINSTEA.
ErroRS
Ness.........PonalIf. Hines
Athletics ..........Lee A Whir-
Athletic, Ass..... . . Eldride'
Exchtange. ....-.-.Robert Montsier
Mutsic ..........Roy D. Welch
D raa.i.......... Ramsonda Vissher
Woien's Editor .... Lotise Van Voorhis
SATURDAY. MfAX'30, 190.
Ia- svcaersl'ays we liae 'cien iits'
tmidst of a heatedi iiscassiona if paci-
sat poslitieal umettods iintei applica-
ti ss to itiaersita-contitiotns-.Whatt
ass lars' gatlerea tole ue lsstnce
of taeasbate, the rotA of the matter, is
lhstsfar certaintac~ities tught ii e
ilimainasiteal ftamtamepusit amattigs.
tttttlttltetly all threeetatndidaltelsatoaglt
alas areemettt teredl iito covareda
-.itiicirstlywattiugtiato le bares,ut
ttlsttatielv tein'a~tinson hica-uh
theeyitbasd teiscomatewaersntailet-
irtchelasastme.sait withotasknowtataitg
i les were'rkinstg fromttat ha
dfee tremises.
aWisalies's tat bth menswhoaare st
now inate cnutetst aierleepl icere
and sa btasars- heatily i faaaa' oC
cieanttposliic-.. Thae' ahtals- quesinitis
a matitertaof'opintiont
fias'eatig hothtsies lagee' itpn is
thaatifaorgsaniz'ationtaleas iso awasng ipoli-
als sad inevialyinavaolvaes. dity politi
casl mthodslthens. it is warontg aadshouiald
n taererso.rtedl t. 'Ters srs'saist
argumetata th.lsatides.
\We iae atemttedato aiii tainaitier-
feclynonpatisanii attitudae ltrougosta
th e aumtet. \ieihaae tresettedlte
fact-.satdask si-tus to ttJudige far yur-
selts. f'o tose wit seat nx~ itsto a
se i tilt, atdettblatyget rii sa attis-
to ala',isethossaitsuch cattess, thisi
dsuso w ashi rtud saltdop
pot w, tTtle o ffer-stasnreecastiwrs'iee
terapsts setled. If orgaiaion is
la~aaaas's-..we netadsaltstga-itridlsal i.
Hoevr lsess'the aslitle afaitlis t
al las-d the quaiiceatistsof ala-eiseta
now ii queastiont. Ever-y egitersd
tUtio ttember tught isa gsa ta thel'ptll-.
tlasS iitaasd do ihis art ii rlectigthils
mntatal o lae cntsiestoblas'ta
tatlilattoindut thle safaitsotatilt'
tUnionath iroaltghlt ats l as.'l
a-eisesirs' toa strrctian serrtltsaIs
tat restrdlays Datily- iiregrdl isaala
.51us atttT he. 'ir .lumttttus is ntatoiiitat
ivnfts-a-fori' ysariii' tis yii.ears"
tartstat the'sen'its'aeeeisaedsttha'
maagaine free slrinitg t yer. A sys-
asmtisec ampaiigt for atubreipionstis
bteinag caridloalini ll setio classes.
A starysaf the cmenttttcemettnutttmber.
asic l chomtaes out itsJuly,aill be giaei
free io all netctyear's subscribers.

f'lMR AT.'L'S '1(O fANCE
AtROU'NDIIBANDSAND)
'Pits grada-tiitg classs ofall depalrt
metas-.atill meti lTuesdta, Jutne16, it
the -eior rcpttt halIitWattiermia
gymtntasi u.The lcomitiite alit ecr-yi
tisslitsasciien imakitg siragemettas to
carry' out a colar schema' of ellowandata
thiseswithlinsinttertm-itglitg aof otecr
baes. Fischers oresasiaisa-b ectset-
gaged A eas-itoationriwaill beicdoplt
ed this eatr ii the posaitioa of te
orcesctrsa-hiletplaig. Itstaa-sff ate
cuipyinga poitsitiooattheaas'rntintriaisck
asi-s fo rmrter.- yearsa latasforariawill lae
reted ini the ttimidl aof thedanataitg
dloor. It isexpetedtattuhusatstisner
sf plaingtheii orcestra aill adgreatly
tolth geteral effect. Prgramis taf ark
brown-itsan sr-al lsth aveb rdst a- estdfrattm
Philsalphllia.
ITe chtaeost ass: Desa Jranlsi
Mrs-. J O. Ret., irs. Gardtiter F. Wtil-
liamss.Mrs. V. II.-Lante.adalMrs..e.
IDock. Futesr arataements aill its
msaleat siateetitg f tsenortcattsea'I-
tiontacomttteea et-t 'e'sda.
CLA\SS (IF ';8d PRESENTS
IEIfRIAL EJUNE 17
Junie t17at12 o'clasck. ia the itte set
frtsrhaspesetaiton totfst hastaettoial
of te lliss tf '. The tmemttiaial
erectedl ly- this class is the htugsholderaal'a
uttareTa'ppanltit Oak. Togthalasrsck
ht asseentiers' a lontg t, the alet
Uponsatit arastplaedlalasi-a'asily eenttly
tand a-wi is isa lasformiaall en-soiises
ito le cara fthalasregetts. Prof. Brsa-
ley M.'lTompitsoil. '8,oftfealawIid're-
patmnta.sill tmatkr althe rsnttationtt
saddesandutRegent a ppenaitatwsill ac-
sept farthaasregetts.
Thse class of ';g has tnty-siny star- t
riva-sr fraonta a gadatig class fary
sean sass-sig. Sevenasatits mtembtes
were lost ithela Ciil wa. Ttis class
planted the trees ashlstch tiltw sensircle
'TapanaOfak. Attaat imettlelay wvre
alas- itly trees-scastsof Utivirssity IHal.
A feaw yeas ates alas'oldatsewass
placedsundethealsoakadthIis witlia
suitiable ale ts is assaytat lasoffiially
givenstotheaas rgnts.
Immedacaiately afersfilaspresenttito)
cerettisnies, L. F. holaea'58,dofthela
Cleaerandtl Ilaidealri.will gise It di-
nrtea't10 alaatss. 'Tis wsill heaserved -a
ini atetaterected-fri fthaasptrtaaos e
'TappantaOak.
ItRfCEIsS fOF fBAND DA.NES
\\'ERE N~T'OI-fR t.NlS'f.ND
Lacisk af suitallights sil Ith'e ttmpus
is te chiefr-s-a s -ly-thalar\siy
htandsihast tttgi -tiaopenitair conce5 rts
this srtitg. tManiage Nihoason adatte
ani efforttinasdutceastil eenitsto iabuila
a banstanda. bttwassi-nst-.cess ful.
Satpt.RIvsssraidrhlats'eatale olletrsct a
Itndforatsc-ttially ntatostttheals'niii
varsity aliItd sthat atut$15 awoullcstat
tsecost ati lightitg it.'Tlls'ttelst'asa
put ntothe regensintis notthingitasut
Whenstseetyeerday, Nichososnutsad:
"The andusts is atuious tat see a god
statud buit, hunt tars-r ittnded to deote
the proceeds of its datces toward te
cost. We we-rc told that if there was

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at satg ortgaialtinithelir'pitg tis
saldtaght bhasithOufrisojct ws
to betpthealasusalsite-sd utahaltit ii
goo tutonditionu. \\c lastv etu -smplishedt
tatahdsill bI t tthue CultNightets-
hratit.
MIusic aW ]Drama j
tat IOiN :iaNu tu ~stas .r
Aluss FloasaJuliet Btstwey'. who ap-
tat-arsal las-e this asiuter astyobtfshatEse-
sast'-slinag lasy' i"Cassmtates," awill
appear 5 i Ann : Arborat again, this titus
as a star in "ThessLitnanduthethsMouse,"
at this Nesw 'hitineuy siunWededay
n ight. Slur akes the role of Shiley-
ifaissmre -a itparaasails fsaously Pur-
ti-titefCoughilantiasut iuMargrts Illing-
tau. :Miss Beatsiy is a Vassr gr.
Thus'play' inicshil ie appers is one
sat thu stuusuccessssfia thaut his-sbeeta
proadiucead iAneria i yers. Vuiusui
it tals firtut hatittfotu omtpntis vpeas
sla tesiimtuutsaeousl. Ih an'lifarusa-s
years iniNess York, tits beeii tlaed
far ight tutuths ta r dedalehouses ii
Bst'tiandlroe all treords il Cii
cadig auring its rnutof tweuty -s ees
at thus Illinis. Thisill he thefisst
prodluctionftheif alasy i nAtt rbo.
Thleseat ssale taill opensta uahily.Junea
I. 'hitspries ass 35 cents, 5t cets 75
censtla$ioo sandh$.50o.
tfoST-'Friday sfternoonruti rs
conahiitinig abituth $9a. Call Rss, 1216-
112rinigs798o
1LOS1'PhiGai ttDuitIeta pin, tau
Staste sret'lTuesdlay-tmotrninig. T. ii-
deson sttt u0.on tat hak-. Rtsrut tuf
N. State,'.rIphoner831.1
Alarm clocks warratted for one year,
$.oo. Haler's Jewelry Store, 216 S.
Main street. zod
Isri & Wis's stas'.ollassiswoaufar25
cns t Alle's. f69od
(,ENIUEMEN :le strs tadsestrO
ltsshdsin inetiulight silk lisle hs
fast asxfords . AmtGermantiuskitithit
indithhatuszit. \\e lusae thuscoarsatse
shdsfras iu oxfords, itt ts, snavuy
bluer'gsays, ash this ta'wasgreat shade.
Xi Pissiehl'-.Sits-e St-sra-. us S Main
St. f
See or complete line of. Michigan
shuns, fbs atd souenirs. I taller's
jewery Store, 26 S. Mlain street. oth
Saiouuwastshtrouserts, all catlosalt
szsal ries,st Al'sa. tars cd
Wagner & fo., Hlaberdlashes, State
S. fOten eetnitgs. f
WANTED
STUDENT WORKERS
Dgnfied and profitable vacation
work for several men of good address
introducing our loose leaf devices in
large business houses. Full instruct-
ion furnished. Write to-day for par-
eticulars.
C E. SHEPPARD, 61 Cliff St., N. Y.

Muig to Gradulate?
YOU WILL NEED
VISITING
CARDS
To enclose with your invitations
Leave) our orders early
Eugraved plate with 100
cards
$1.25
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
SECOND HAND
BOOKS
Highest ash Prices
Paid For
Law, Medical
AND
Dental Books
if you wait a Law Medical
or Dental Lirary, see me
tefore huying.
C. [. BARTEL
LA~W AND ME~DCAL DOOSELLIR
Tel 761. 326 S. Sate St
Senior Notice
Studenut desirinig offiia 1908 STEIN
sil trust- ordersa tArnold's Jewelry Stre.
Pe-o. $2.30 .wdeaved
V;isiflimg Card.
Fnest engravedscardstt atlw st rics. Pte
end itS cards $12.
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler
220 S. MAIN ST.

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Now
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DOWN!
DOWN!
DOWN!I
Prices on shirts
still Going

EXCURSION
TO
CHICAGO
Tickets on Gale May 28,
to June 2nd, inclusive; good
returning until June 12.
For Particulars Consult Agents
Michigan Central

'..-,-..
r.
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*1

WANTED
FOR SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
TWENTY GOOD WAITERS
To Work at Summer Resort Hotel
ENQUIRE AT
584 S. State Street

AT THE
COOp Store

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121 Washington E The Randall Studio, Randall & Pack, Props.

Phone 598

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