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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

i

Spring and
Summer
1910
Our Spring Specials
DESINS-Orgnal and Exclusive
COLORINGS-The Newest
FABRICS-Dependable
REULTS-Pleasng and Harmonos
- IN -
Suitings, Vesilns
Trowserngs
Now Ready for Your Eaminaton
G. H. Wild Comfpany
TAILORS
311 S. STATE STREET
CLINTON
The "SLI PEASY"
BUTTON HOLE MAKES THE
BARKER BRAND
COLI NTON"
BUTTON EASILY Ans SIT PERFECTLY.
MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REGULAR AD QUARTER SIZES
155 2 for 25
W ARKER C2 MAKERS.
Sold In An Arbor by
WAGNE R & CO.
sae sret
A. (.SPALDING & BROS.
aetelargest massu
The Spaling art acturersIn i th e world
To ade-Mar-k of OFFICIAL QUIP-
" MNT,oralatheic
1.tIqa spors and patims.
ti I / 1 ap f ynssare tolr?ct-
4' ed in Athletic S-Il
V - yush,nd hflecl.P5
1 0 * of the Sucolny tti '-
ew y' aout, It's 5('0plte
encyclopedia of
is known throughout What's Nw In Spor
the world as a
Gmuarant"a of andts snt free or
Qoaity. uest.
A t3. SPALDINO M BROS.
CtsIoago Detreot
Loose Leaf
Note Books
All Size. Paper to Match,

Card Index's
:x5 and 4xfi
We urn having a special sale on
Card Fileo. Cards to Match.
AT
Sheehan & Co.
STUDENTS BOOKSTOR E

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Munaginsg Editor
Ci..stRNcE E. ELDRIDnE,
Business Manager
CAseL H. 0. ADAM.
Addres: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Managing Editor, 8-u1
p. m. Business Manager, I-2, 7-8 p. m.
Except Sunday. Both phones.
EDITORS.
News ................. Lee A While
Assistant .............. Harold Titus
Athletics...........'Wilbur D. Elliott
Women ...........PFrieda Kitiocdk
Music and Drania. M ollis S. Baker
Exchanges........... M. B. McHugh
EDITORIALS.
James K. Watkins Morrison Shafroth
Charles Good G. S. Lanher
John T. Kenny
ASSOCIATDTORS.
Walter K. Towers Harry Z. Pole.
Dion Birney D. A. Hinckley
Arthur B. Moelilmaao Wadle Oliver
Free Lawton Harry G. Mysert
Frantk Rowell Charles H. Mylandter
Morris Mouser M. Monk Ryan
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. 3swman Norman H= Hill
Walter Q. Wilgus Myer Robin
Kenneth Osborn 'Nurman Wittet

MUSIC AND DRAMA
Aihou gh mostl,- instrumcntal in char-
acter tact cnght's faculty concert pree
sented a curied a nd most in teresting
group of compositionsc. Three compo-
sitions iwerecinclndedl whIicht hacttheir
first heariicg inc kin Arbocr at lte eon-
cert, lice s citefr two ioclinsoamyi pianto,
antet wo v1cliolaci 11numbttelrs. Mr. Satmuel
Lockwod playedclthe viola,acd thte tivo
cnmbers in this. instrumntie provedt pop-
ular.Th vlio clai gives opporunity for
a depth o oneciicqucality' whicc dues cot
lie itn thes'icoliic, ctndIccwis skillitlly play-
ed by lMr. Loickivocclalst nighct. His
stork inc the siuite sihicwedt ittish and
depth. tic tis cwcii aiidccd Iy -Mioi
Emily We'bcbcSadlcr, whlose ite twork
ccan especialy good. Mrs. Riteact played
seeral nutitmters wcchticlie brilliattc and
carefnulCcttenctioc to cdetail iviccitcharac-
tenszes tier layCitcg.
licelprocgra'mitryasc caried btin o ccArt
Battads stun gbliv Mr. HIlandcii. Loewie's
"Sir Olti" 'cud "()iln's Ride" are dra-
itic andetpowverfuil specimientsccf this
typte 01f soig aindI were effectively giveni
liv Mr. i iloanciwhioccis alwcays mot
effectice e l redramaitic wcor k is posi-
sibile.
Twoo mmore faculty cicceric retttinittctl-
nit the coiurse, 'ccciithey wilt1libe givetc
Apcril 7jecticMa1cc;v A ccitmplete list of
the musicacl ccveicscschediulced for the
rest ofi theiyear ficllicic
41arch 9, 4:1 . .-ub.Pclic Pupmils' Re-
cital--Schl o f Mcusic.
IvIaircht is-Lectture iRecital -11 igli Schooicl
I faill.
Malrchc 22-Fritz IKreidecr- Iivie rsite
t fall.
Apiril 4-COchestra Coctecrt1 Iugh
Schioil I]-fall,
Aopril,--Faciilty tiCocert-I Iugh Schoiol
(~This ciicert mill lie giv etiblitwot
proiretit wci'Yorkc ttusicianis: ir.
I lecre I iiolei I tics, iaicst tatitCoin-
poser, anii 41rs.IHucss, Soipranoc).
.Aicril 2n-h,ectre Recittl-Hdighm Schcool
I tall.
M~ay' -Factille Concert-Hiugh Scol
Hall.
Ma zit ettutre Recital--Iugh Settiil
'May I-2t-SeyeicteerttlcAnnuai~l May
Festivail- ivce (Citcerts-Ccci cirsite
Tlue ice l cpratllF't'z'li Scheff woill
appiiearatt itetroit Oupera fIolcise, week
iif Fiebrcuary 28thi toilar c th, soith
Satucrday.' ticc ee only 1. iicre tnecioic
opleratsitccess,''Theu'Primai Donintttt".itt
whlichi sh e chad a 1 o nitiaIdhighly sue-
cessfutl riti al the Kicker 1 icker Thcea-
Ire, New Yicrk Ciii. "The ttrittta tDonm-
na as ii rilteii fur1acltame Scheff biy
I li'n i'liossouc miniVictor I lerliert, who
itr rcalso ne'sponcsibul' ol'iretdelightfll

Mill.'" .Mr. iBlosoiciis said tic ha~ve
futrinishted talioiicthat isas cwitti' as
atnythiing lie itas everi' itten wheiile
Victor EIten cr1 is saci citeha it utonie
hitmsel t iccit thlie ttucic. Tue iiece is
more edranmaticthiatt is cisual icithctmusi-
cal panys ancdt has a real lot. ;Maamce
Schieff enctes the rote of ille .\tlceccee,
reigiitg riuma cditinia at the Qipera
Comciqite, icc Paris. Wtleilttact auto-
tmobitle trip, she meels with icnI accidenit
atnd is firced to rcesi atIaIlittle cafe
ecatccc, ott the ioutskirtsofo Paris.
Thcert site tears the mtusical directoir
beratimng a sick sitiger, twho is uncale to
apipear, atnd shte imtpulively offers to
take lice tnforttunateiistplace. A young
liectettatit fromtttlie teighorinig iar-
racks getisiter to sinig cite oi his socigs
acid icefalls violenitly n' tlovewthicher.
Site is itisutedbytis liicapcttii,ccciiit
is inthie dev'eloipttent of lice love stun'
thint Mir. Blnsscct has wocrketd oat his
pl. SMadante Schteff is futrnishtedi tith
several sonigs of great citarm, cite of
thcecitbeinig ittaltz thcetie, esiteciaitin
diti,'cwtileancthier, aci aria, enbles
lie tioshcowo lenrmrelcous volt pow-0cc
ers. Thte comptiatn' is ocne cof the largest
that hacs ever ibeect assetmblletd fora
comctii.oplerac intthis coutryit ndticlthere
are soumie notecothytcnances icc the east.
Proiicetinccthe east aee JcohntcE. iHaz-
zard, VertnottDatvidsont, William K. lHar-
court, Dotiald fall, Martiti Jaycioti Phil
Brantsonc, ArmlendciCicrtes, AtmittiPclhnm,
Mtaxitie Veetcctcce, Tithie Saliniger, Grace
Delinart, Lat Noveta, Katiteritne Stewart,
Hielenc Wilt1occ acdiVirgintiatReid. Tice
prctciontis ccf lie tustuai lcvishc Dil-
licigicamtytpe, andthe t oc'crchcestrat ciii
lie largely autgmcenttcedortite Detroit etc
udtgecet. lMauicoders whceicaceomt-
pan~tiedi 1y1'check soul he filetiintt he ice
lee if thteir receipti. Prices frimt>o
centls tit $2.0o.
tUGiif SCHOOL EDITORS
HAVE THEIR TROIUiiLES.
Muctthtexcitetmen t reigncsctbtout Atti
Arbortir1gh ltese clays. The cattse lies
cc thte iteligicitn' cfitwoicmemeries ccf the
Log Book etditorial statff, tand their de-
tertna~tiltiontremtaitn cccthe hoard.
Ptrinccipacl Stmtlley is iterttinetd that
thte rutles governinthlie elegibility of lice
stutients shiatli e ecnforced andtillutmtake
cci cittcessittns. The matter toill unc-
doutiedtly bec'settledtodaiI~y.
thie text S. C. . m emb ersh iptsiocial
nilt Ice heltd this evencitig at 7:3c0icc
Mlcccilla'n haitl.ciTheg c'I ilcoImittee
cihile intthie waoficIentertatinmtttAi
arge' attiendac is e xc'pectedl.
J-flop aind all Operatin Munic for
scale at Secaeherle & Sons's Music Huto,
to S. Miaini Si. qitf.

FRIDAY, MARCH 4, tqtO.

JUST PUBLISHED
Unversity of Michigan
fB aOR W.KOCH
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itt -ice n ra ni eadt
t4 Pages Price 10c
WA lR' S
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G. [. BAiNll
Law
Medical
Denial
Largest Soick itt Michigant
Second-Hand Low Boks
Law ttaidSt edii lictinries
Quiz BHioks eii.
Comiplee lue Necw'anict Se-
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Old itooks takect inc xcitaige
C. E. BARTHELL,
326 S. TATE ST'REET
Secnd Pior Tel, 761
'Ge your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
Optical DeC,
ireWath ,tttt ii' lets IRepaiig
NALUII'S AJI L RY STORE1
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if c 't
CIIOCOLATES
i liiiArbc r.
DO YOU KNOW?
E, E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

It

Editor Today-DEWEY A. HiINnit.vy
Weatherr: Paintotday anmdtcotinuned
CNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Marccit3-Clasts basketball, 'io Lace ..c
iiLatws.
Miareb 4-Class iasketbaull, ' TFg. vs.
I I ,rig.
Manrcht4-Sioire .\tticcle CaI Biarbour
gymnasiiumi. Cercle IFerimcams.
S'iancit 5-' The Goleni Girl," Whitney
Theacttre.
Mtarch 5-tFreh-soch l1minet.
34tarchi 7--Sphimts-TIrnicctch DIatte at
(~ranuger's.
MchriI -Fishier patuniat IGranmger's.
COLLEGE ROMANCE WIL
CULMIINATE NE-,XT MONTH.
Ont April 2, Johni J. W~hiiplme cf Chica-
gem,. cwilimarry FElse Kemiificf AnnmiAn-
bon. Bocth areSMiechiganm grautes ci
four yeabrs ago and lice imarriage is thin
outcomne of cc roinmce whichcstaredc
while Wippmile was attendminug eclege.
The plaee of the mtccmriage has cot deli-
ably ice at timeiome of the itride.
Whipple wasb5quite proincentovhile
at college, ieitng a memher of several
ionorary soeieties. Ine is a membter of
the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity wile
Mis Kemf is aim Alpha Phi. Time mar-
riage will irobaitly tie the iceeasiomi fornc
Aipha Phi-Altpha Delta Phi daicce.
TOASTMASTR'S eter 0tPIIet"05. j
At a mteetimig of the Toastmasters
Cltti last eveining tice following officers
1were eleeted:C Presienmt, I. IL. Evans;
seeretary, J. J. Devcos ; treasmirer, 1. B.
Chiaffee.
PItolowitng the elion the tsual ine cif
toas's were given, foliowedl hy aim en-
;joya tie social evenhig.

.;.r '.,c4ky r','

OUR SPRING
Clever Clothes

Sits, Top- y
// /. y coats and
Raincoats. g yA
____________ $10 to $30 ______
Distinctly the Leading Exhibit in Men's Fashionable Apparel
Spring Hats and Caps
All thec sew Spring shapes
SPRING FURNISHINGS
NECKWEAR. See our handsome new Spring Fotir-ita-hand in the
swell new shaded colorings.
SHIRTS. Alltht~e new negligee and pleated styles, $i~oo to $2.5o.
:Al stmh /eelfigt styles at f/ieslrit fleee."
WADIIAMS & COMPANY
121.123 MAIN STREET

121 wasb1ootol E.

RANDALL & PACK, Photographers

Phone 598

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