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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sprngand
Summer
1910
Our Spring Specials
DESIGNS-Original ad Exclusive
COLORINGS-The Newest
FABRICS-Dependable
RESULTS-Pleasin and Harmonious
- IN -
Suitings, Vesings
Trowserings
Now Ready for Your Examination
G. H. Wild Company
TAILORS
311 S. STATE STREET
The "S LI PE ASY"
UTTON HOLE MAKES THE
BARKER BRAND
"C LI NTON"
BUTTON EASILY AND SIT PERFECTLY
MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REGULAR AD QUARTER SIZES
155 2 for 255!
W Y3BARKER Cs MAKERS.
Sold in Ann Arbor by
WAGNER & CO.
Sae $trnat
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
The paling aretelageomana
Qnnllool fat rersinthe w rd
Trade-MarkH of OFFICIALE QUIP-
MENT,orl ltbetic
%.V I Q spors ad patims.
. I 0 fyooore interet-
. H dl in Ah ele Si,,t
ar you holl 1ha 0e o e
',f v of lhe slodiflfGu-
. 1000. I1110ncolapie
llCoyelopeie of
i 0kno 1n tre ouot What's Nw in Sprt
the 1o 111lisl
Guara-n~nte f a n 't OeisetfreCou01e-
Qality qet.
A. G. SPALDING eM. BROS.
Chaicsdo IDtot
SPALDING'S
BASE BALL
GOODS
1he seaso sappoacIl thing
rap~idly and now1,)1 hetlot o I1.1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Managing Edilor
CIARINCXEC. EnaInat.
Business Manager
CARL H. 0. ADAM.
Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Managing Editor, 8-11
p. in. Business Manager, I-2, 7-8 p. m.
Except Sunday. Bolb phones.
EDITOS.
News ................. Lee A While
Assistant .............. Harold Titus
Athletics.......... Wilbur D. Elliott
Women ........... Frieda Kleinstiuck
Music and Drama ...Hollis S. Baker
Exchanges........... M. B. McHugh
EDITORIALS.
James K. Watkitns Morrison Shafroth
Charles Good G. 5. Lasher
John T. Kenny
ASSOCIATE EDtTORS.
Waller K. Towers Harry Z. Pole
Dion Birney D. A. Hinckley
Arthur B. Morelall Wade Oliver
Fred Lawvton Harry G. Myser
Franlk Rowell Charles H. Mylanider
Morris Houser M. Mark Ryan
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Bownman Norman H Hill
Walter 0. Wilgus Myer Ruhino
Kelnneth Oshorn Normoan Wittet

portionliof thocrceaiingeotucdcnas-swe
hesitate Itormakce11110 laoi stoaimentito
swreepinag ilnview of'Nir. Braysco'sem-
phatic stateenthat thea elc ditorial caosed
asonishmeot and rcocci.
TheoreticallyvMsi rys aon's apositionias1
a noble coae,Coe00whichliar senioar baerd
alight wcllllake t la hetaaameaaf1110clas
day. effotriaobtooiewedisilaractical
qulestiocearc aetto batconviachatst i
wear c n ert a ror,aadtllu moreaaltia la
convinced11tcatlaa e larI ila'saetoial daif-
farstsoaadic111ally fromia iapsopalinioan.
Afterlog 0y1e lars a011100thoc siaie
apcears readl ta tcsi thc validty iif
the Mlechiganixstiatute01hilchiaeslaa
cim0inl ofafentheiaxselliiigoaalIiaaor ha
stuldento f aal publiilceducbito~al inihsti-
11111011 If thetas i xarie t hoc
supremel co01111 .s0is 11prom1ise c 11e011-
icr shoulild eithrcshcd ot thaaroaiihly;
and mleantlimle iticciticcnsosf theicstatc,
0a1d evecrrfrienid of thoc Uivcrsil 0 will
wtwlarih keenintieicreal the oaacoea of i
the test case.
The cnstitutiaoa lit. a at 11 at1telc
is a quoestionl 101 lice01111r(111 xoaurt ta
0111lat thetdecsiao01will at.lxiti cc' 'xcci-
toos of theoeuiltitco aeol theiresenitcaise,
it 51 ail seemOtt hatii 1thepoltca iflt'e
lcail authrit ies souiiiiexlolitcom-
miendiab11110f11heit iolriosly' infoIrcetd
Ic 11sta1ute5foridd 1 ingthesleoliquo
to0 ilos.110hatistatute urelyis vlihoc
cttutllilil ioM rtexver, it islthe stxi-
ietiiwo haviixoh a t ii raea1chtlthe liir
maorityxwoiia'rt ioist liklyItolax in-
juredl ly iicetlins resulingo frxsm
thit ostof intoict. Mnx .111 xiiio h
reaiheotheIlic ofi twenatonaisc ridi-
naelly aretlligen~t eiiough noil to co-
ga ge irthecse sw0hiith soifrexqueniily
barigOstudentls iti troaublle Oxihoche
Unliversity xad cisil authoicritie s. Tihere
are excepticos, Iclio becr. Buoithelre ire
huindreds of yrongcr studentas, oslixa ve
not1 reached thoc age of discretion, owhono
tile loywnoighot oelllirotect. Accrig
ly, eenif Itie supremieicouirt refuses
toi consider vaxliil thocstaitutc whose con-
stitutionaoliyis iniquestio, Prosecuor
Storoan0114his aidics iiighit lix imichi to
liglatenlthl art: tir ha1ie adinoiistraitiae
offecers of thocUiviersityi'b1 cii ci
thie laoss t111111 e In' alstitutlioaal.

PROMINENT ECONOMIST
LECTURES HERE TOD)AY.
Heiiry George, Jr., the son xof tie
grecat single lax exponlent will be in
Annl Arbor today as thle guest of Prof.
NV's. L~. lgge anld owill deliver two ad-,
dresses, one at McMillao hall a1 six.
thirtyanaid the othoer a1 St All-
drtews Eiscoplaaichurchlat01sevenl-thirty'.
IHis subljectth 1 ~e fiarmer placeowi lacb
"Social a110 Political Significanoce of
present-ay VMovemlents 11 the Orient."
In ibis cddress Aikr. George will tell
011a11 le has seen in his recent tour of
thic far ea~stern countlries anax how liar
socia~l 01111inldustrial conlditions toere
compliare owithothose ill 11110coutiory.
Ini the lalec address Air. George is
tolx 1o1k011hei stubject 'Social and Ia-
dtilria~l Reoirganizationi." Th~is broad
siibject owill give him a choance to rio-
cuss some if his lat theiiries 011thoe
lresentl economllic sstoien. I-Icwill prxb-
axblytal on101 gov'ernmlellentcntroalxal
railroad111, itoe single 1110, thle initiative
aiii refereiidiiiii aiidmaiiy of thoc
thicir ies schich xare iitw11n0d1r idiscuissioni
pro 11110 ccii lyv thocleadinilg econioists
ofi the 1111v.
COLLIEGE GIRLS TO HEAR
OF EXPERIENCES IN EGYPT.
A irs. Williaoo J. 1.,issey wrill give a
traxccl talk 011 Eaco_ lext Tuesdaly ll
4:30 p i. lillNewrberry 11011.
Mrs.iloisscv has tralvelledI extenosive-
ay in Egypt aniid lo10 110115initerestinig
111111 v tltell aoutl lid eperienices
there rT hIli social committee hao pre-
11.e1 rxiIfcreshietswhitch will be serv-
tdafteritihoc priogramoi Special music
lialateii arraingxeolfor the occaslio.
All collee gills 'are cordially invitedl
litoilitme111d meitlMrs. Hussey.
In a pulilt speakinlg class at Chicago,
MisIHarr itt Griml leading suifragette
ofthe litniv10ersityas0rebutahlin IIone of
ilthe 1lassldeats txcilimctin imlpas-
siioiitilaiid seoerc Ioles, girls, girls,
yo aaii ntot idoiiig your duty by society.
Y ou are4011in itheorog thinog initry-
lng toi 0)ake ayoirstlf chrin~lg. Yiou
shoiiul ld eaig a womean's5 wontkaand
lighitiig foli oar n'111 1s place ill the
T lE,\WELL DRESSED MAN
1111 ca-cry advant~iage in bulsinoess, ini
socia~l or irofessional life over the
shiaby genteel-Isnl't it the truth?
11101ake it our businaess ho dress
iioi wvell.
H-ENRY & CO.
107. Tailors, Habberdashers, Halters.
J-Hop 0114 all Operatic Music for
sale ail Schaeberle & Sons's Music House,
110 S. Mainl St. 911f.

UNION lll8E

SUNDAY, AIARCHl 6, 1910.

Sweater Sale
Youl xnnot 'Ifoid to mios this
olpportunity, ify00 are go
ing to netd within te
next yer a
Sweater or
Sweater
Vest
Comeoar01ly owilo wo 01111
havt our s ie.
WAH R'S
University Bookstore
C. [. DARIN[L[
BOOKS
Law
Medical
Denial
ILargest Stock 111 Michigan
Second-Eland Law Books
Law aid Medical Dictioiaries
Quillz Books, ec.
Complete line New and Sec
ond-hand.
Old kooks takeni in Exchange
C. E. BARTHELL,
326 S. TATE STREET
Second Floor Tel 761
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
Optical:._ Dept
'ie WathSd Jewelery Reiing
HALLEf I'S JEWLLERUY SOR
2I6 Sonuth Manin St.
They
Say
That we have the best line

of 40 ceiit
CHOCOLATES
in Ann Arbaor.
DO YOU KNOW?
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

Efditor Tiida3y-HAitRY G. MYogiR. I

W~eathuer : Fair lxidayv and11coniniuced
FUNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Alarchi 7-Sphinx-Triaxigle Dance at
Granhger's.
arch Ia Fis110111partyhoaxlGranhger's.
llrl 8-ls Lxseblllb'io I hg.s.
' I I Eng
ac 8-Ml SAithiganii Inixn Bridge tour-
Al.r oh -'iaLng.as. II laxg.
ac lh-ii1 111Ls. O t)1'Laws.
1911 its vs.11)13 lilt. 7 oitlock.
li arh1 b ,nnrofI'xOh Fhl ci I g.glame vs.
1913 1?11g.
:ac xrxi i Selilor Lunlccho, Barbaour
gya-ixsiuhmh.
Banhd ]).xlice, IB11r0ou11gymnihasiumtl.
Without wishinlg to Iprotract a dis-
cunson whoith is at bxest boxotless, we
cain starcelyeraiii friomi a few closing
reooai los x propos Mr. IBryson's coih~-
miiihiIoi xxiintainioiiaixxreceint Daily.
If we 00isheito iappeat~ir sarcastic, we
m iightl reimark thia tiiinedxing that the
edhitoiaxl hatiedlid not11repiresenit Ike
senimenihtiof111e Uiniversity, shill it 0w01
nixt altogetheoroxncviin: it inxstigated Mr.
tirysox 5 learintel 01ommunliicationl, whaich,
bxy shiiwiing evxactly what tie camixus
oinhioniiiof that noalter is aind by in-
idicaxtiing thoenarroiwness of our own
tvxewpint, canII haridly fxail ho elcvate and
We need1ilhaxrdly say that personal
barejudirceIeitetredinotxa whit ino the
s'enixetix expressexl illthe editorial.
It wtas iierely the exixressiotilloalthe
a;:)iionl of thec matte1r knhowin ho be held
by thxe een who comprise Michigan's
. teIanm, as well as all least ' siiall

Siafhtowashxlauiiderexd 40 ceiitslier
doeni. Shirts 6 xiidbgScorts. Caniiyou1
clx helter? Meiidiig free.Collectioiis
AModatxheriixxs
'''isl)hjN.'
682 J 566 S.Thiayer.
"SENI[OR L'sAYS.
Fxirosle, xlt.a Iarigalin, 1110e0011m1letr
set ifAMiochigaixReportcs, 1i1111 oxo-
tated, slighitly isedb. GxoItsixi v
Geoirge S. Clark, i'ort Ik liro, AMlih.
990-134.

ge Lsuppiliead sili
Base Balls Gloves
Mits Bats Suits
and Shoes
All (exaiids fail'rantcxed
Sheehan & Co.
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

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- ---OUR SPRING
Clever Clothes .,, {v7rf
Suits, Top- (: " jt
" Y r. .; coats and>tj
:$ Raincoatse
______________$10 to $30 ________
Distinctly the Leading Exhibit in Men's Fashionable Apparel
Spring Hats and Caps
All thi' new Spring shapes
SPRING FURNISHINGS
NE2CKWEAR. See our heandshomteenew Spring Four-in-hand in the
swell inew shaded colorings.
SHIRTS. All thee new neegligee and pleated styles, $ioo to $2.50.
''Afot'ys the {ight steles at. fle-righftftine,"
WA D HAMS & COMPANY
121-123 MAIN STREET

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