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The Michigan Daily, 1910-02-14

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I

G. H. Wild Companly
MERCHANT TAILORSa
We have complete lines
of fine Woolens for Suit-
irgs, Overcoats and Trou-
sers, Fancy Vestings for
1909 and 1910.
We make Full Dress
Suits a Specialty
CALL AND SVE US
311 50. STATE STREET
At the New Store
G. H. Wild Compally
CINTOIN -
The ",11VE ASY"
BU;T~lii IOLE AES THE
ITL iNi!. ftttSIT PF_ .FC.TCt
.. R tal il iA:.,;lL
i- e(a nAn Arbor by
FWAGNER & CO.
State tret
k'.5tPALDING & BROS.
Saling et argetCa
e1 fpalu acturrIn the world
Trade-Masok of OFFICIALE QUP
MNT,oraltI athetic
Q~p tIV0 $ prts nd pestime.
I7 pI 'ao i 10ar ntrst-
x~iS in Athletic Sport
sc ~ yocichooldl have Ccopy
_ tdr0II~h of the Spldcitt at-
+; ato10001 Itao mp t
l i Inon Choghot etcylclo iof
the world5 as a wat's New rnSport
'G8A1 eawtee of ollcI mli'tfi'cort'
QRuakiiy, jet.
A. O. SPALDING eSft BROS.
ichto aDetroitt
UNVErSITY
TEXT
New and Second Hand

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing IEditor
CtLACNstCF E. EoioctIGE
Business .tlanagc'c
CARL H. 0. ADAiM,
address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Cross Bldg.,
Maynlartd Street.
Office Hours: Macnaginlg Editor, 8-11
p. mc. Busintess Mtatnager, t1-2, 7-8 p.,0m.
Except Sonday. Both phones.

FROM i(THIRE CiOLILISGE
MUSIC AND I)RAMA
PreH.cm terof Ciolmiis saoid
tt) b W fvor o ()-vzn11cadelc crdit
iiiot' i~'o o cci! c ocr it colicgi i(W-il1110 Id a i c lc citr ic 1 s t i rcit
Io t nde laut Icli cli Ofc Icaicif illW ic hs t evc l opd n I" i o iai1
O~ilca ic ;s, cubs and atlt iriricctam . it[ niert l Il ,tl V l~~e
t(e i c1 ozilrities. ' saiis htProfesir iicccl oicccs i. elitl ias ii.ht~
01111 I''ilt'o fur ttlllc bt en (l l i gc'i i to i ios i i the Ireciitl ill-
ccoroc'litiii to a report of the iticsptc- diis ', tl i ccl I ves)ii t ocii theii keys'
tian b( iad, lltcetl it' C alifoi a ac ndic \ft thoil l ayicrg ei. n tic hh itcitcio thiio
C> iAiC i nk hist11cc l.ilitaryl. stand--15 Piei n t is it liicci I CiiA Citinsthtocti
, seems i ii1 to be in-n -na o d't,1

News .....EIOS ...IOS .Lee A Wtcite
Assistant .......Harold Titos
Athletics ...t.... oibr D. Elliott
Wonmen......Frieda Eleinstiiclt
Music and Dranma...Hollis S. Baker
Exchanges ......M. B. McHogh
EDITORIALS.
Jaomes K. Watkins Morrisona Shalcottt
Charles Good G. S. Lhastier
John T. Kennty
ASSOCIAmErDIoTOwS.
Waltet K. Towers Iitarryv Z. Colz
Diiin Birney D. A. Hickley
Arthucr B. Moellcacl Russtel B. jailnts
Fred Lawtonc Harry G. Mystr
Crailk Roswell Chlarles 11. Ltylitcitir
Morris Hooser MI. Mack Rva'Ei
Wade Oliver
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Bowosan Norman It Mitt
Walter 0. Wilgucs Myec Rubin
Kenniethl Oshorn Normcan Wittet

SECOND's E;ME)STER
aTEXT-BOOKS
Instruments and
Engineer's Supplies
The 11111t cmplilete line intthle
city.
Laboratory Supplies
Shop Tools
Fountain Pens, Etc.
Your montey's worth always.
University Bookstore
I LYNDO0Nj

A

LI 0111 tlI t i t 1115 it y1 It l l i t It
epde icoflagippe ad11 eu1 ni
iol Chilago twli il o 'rotItll lin ils as1on
of the liltners of ltheds schcolar-
s ipio hxoof INublethastil t l ats1 it.
deidd wht oleehe wl ll'teigu
law atI will101 t ill trt fill
la d t heclseofth shol yiltarl ti
11111 onitr a he i ve rs1 to Itl
Hisonr treaeu tc it 11 1111I 1111or
okso, peill i ted tp friili ng 11

in liopt' .1a 1111ay lof toa
1Ii ilrlitli , atl ithe cCW 1itne
litnar ti pr fo h

Ci tlli11
b W.J.1
(. e li
importan
'hl it lt-

MOt~NDA.Y, CEBtRCARYL'14.
111Cc NToday-Cii 0. 1.il'r:
UNIVERSITY CIRND

od bargtLo 1liI le / t 11111 t
olititll111perati fc':ust o r~
II1iSt. l If
)i Reor.Kep ifecr
Cot t ll it III SICCIalt
Stud it. 1 iia t l ii i'S4 o.
J. L,. S K 1N.\i,,1:

in,-I lo e" as a ad i ita l itirettoh
thl lii'Cu 11cbllcn i aidi''llll'i ii i 11111
r ited his i oil tilt ri thettil I mntt t
101he eiii dama.100 many
velo theartof podutioin 1nd il thisO
failed to iipp lilth.iAsoaii 1 0 i I cc
exctplited il "hhe ig-Mng ill,
11011 thedll pen fIisholo
I lso i o t in o r mti farit us
poit o fat trou hou. te lay-tbitt
onl tilt' , l(t Ii i lio' ii c'ci t to
01gu lit 'The i 00101 011 11 '''lo li duei
itv of the story develpedill the thre
act oftefayadte011aat~, AliHtes. icli cntrlltc111racter
listeds is Anna GrantirlilT'is lei
oof li 110111e itense i Cii t i t
tilt her chidren;thaio'tofirahitlende101
1r~oot for anit ort hy C t Cli 00; that,1
wich grows aii l mostii i m ii I t ib iia

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Cet. 22-
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tst.

Juiniotlit oaoi-
--FreshLit11 social
-Juor oLawoootoi i

FRALL I)EPARTMENTS
Drawing Instruments
We ari Agnts il.ll
Eugene Dietzgen, Atleneder
and Keuffel & Easer
Instruments
Oil.aarate1 ll 11Ien ltleclcriloanid
tauplili t cftall lkids.
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE
SI iehan & Co.

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toit.
I:"t. 2i- Senoii 10111 g 10icall cntest.
V ON iLLN hIL' Cii DAY.
"DIJ rlo Mausllil," lt h lay seti d biyi
the I itoitcti' 'VeNein, wiillhlit'eliltdo
it the WChIitney Thetatre ol onc'iotoy ee-n' Api i'i dt a et-
1100b, LteVeei terl sevt'rtoo thcci
tic'. 111c0states that Ilioktortlausco"
twill 1eq11a1 f"NIIroI , la1st y tr'splay, loot
teotasitiltexceedinly i lkely as tol~ i
ti ri h11.il.cicoire tden l'.cts av ldy
piold7 011easily hlot restedt'iat all
evO i toatlier eliteif netctay.
Sevra ortIof tilt batts Ite very diffiocllt
bti iDi. Lee aictlhis assitants areN 0011
satisfiedwooithcllt11thanriniccwich ctiii
te siitof thteoly hcs beetno entereod
0110.
Grottartecha ccciieultakcnil ncstiN
tooe play iaod c in i thilespecit will priuob
aly extceed tth ttreiousttprodcisos of
the Veeicc

t Wiersitt2fv~ ios
PRESS BUILDING, MAYNARD ST. 0 tou11ho it ti' ' t l li.
The New J-Hop Numbers
"IF WISHES WERE HORSES "
"THE LAST WALTZ"
Also the New Song
"I'm Going To Go To Ypsilanti"
00 1411i i l olei iotr'odoi oc to (l e(' h ub.
An invitation is extended to call and hear them
You Vn's
Have yonte heard that slieger at the
Theator'IUm

Pictures
Kodaks
Photo Supplies
Developing
Printing
Enlarging
The largest line Pen=
nants and Banners
and Lowest Prices.
BAILEY' & EDMUNDS
J IL. Lberty St AnnArborMihgan
R. LieF.JOLLY'S
308 S.STKATE STREET
Lunches, Tobacco, Ctgars and
Cigarettes.
A cli: o tii-i iE ey stuAn :iit
B3-B-B3PIPE
Every Pennant in
the store
I-O3-off
E, E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

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Q s MflQton C.

RANDALL & PACK, Photographers

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