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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

1910
Our Spring Specials
DESIGNS-Original and Eaclusise
COLORINGS--Tihe Newest
FABRICS-Dependable
RESULTS-Pleasing and Harmonious
IzN-
Suitings, Vesiings
Trowserings
Now Ready for Your Examination
G.I.Wild Couipany
TAILORS
311 SO. STATE STREET
CLINTON aplt
Thu ,s
"pAy .: L i lDgyp co ii tj"lR!
e"sl AND QUARTERSIZES
5I: 2 f or 2,5,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Managing Editor
Ci e:act CF . ELDIuGLac
Business Manager
CARL, H. 0. ADAM.

Address: MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Sireet.
0fficr Houlrs: Managing Editor, 8-11
p. mn. Business Manager, I-a, 7-8 p. m.
Except Sunday. Both phones.
EDIcoRS.
Nrws .......Lee A While
Assistant .............. Harold Titus
Atletics.......... Wilbur D. Elliott
Women ........... Frieda Kirinallick
Music anid Drama...Hollis S. Baker
Exchanges........... M. B. McHugh
EDITORIALS.
James K. Watkins Morrison Shafroth
Charles Good C. S. Lasher
John T. Kenny
ASSOCIATE FmITOen.
Waler K. Towers Harry Z. Folz
Dion Birney H. A. Hinckley
Arthur B. Moehiman Wade Oliver
Fred Lawtons Harry G. Myser
Frank Rowell Chlarles H. Mylander
Morris Houser MV'. Mock Rvan
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Bowman NormaisH i-lll
Waiter Q. Wilgus Myer Rubins
Kenneth Osborn Norman Wittet

in the ciscesiticil xiii extetnsive tu-
ci sits lift. Not a fess hosurs, which
othteresisteawod hasv eeendreary in-
- eed, have hernroost pleasantly wiled
aa: by1s-those whose opportuntysfor
social acfttaiitaisie his heen mseager.
Agreeable informailityo the part of
tlhe guests anitt sinceere cordiality oii the
parit of tlic hosts hasvc prolvided a comt-
iniation that has hccn cinjoycd on holk
Perliapssilitiolidlit liepractical for
the Union to furitisli list the same en-
tertainm ent51s tlhese facultylen iihose
providedl hut it could do sonietinig more
than merecly -mike its clubhouse a place
for class smokers aiid hanquets of
sarions torganizions anti a reading
roomiifoe lxsnienihers. The prices
charged for regular board prohihit it
from hecominiig a center of interest on
tite part of the stiidcinIs as far as ful-
fillng the funsctioni01 ain eatinig place-
and the genteral atmiosphlere of inactivity
thastseesvasies lteiplace is opptressive.
Not.siii eveting should ipass hut that
the lounilging room cif the cltihiouise he
filleid 1o cipacit-wtll iieimiers for sit
least an hettl of imuisieaiid social pleas-
sires. 'Tie hahit of idropping ini for aii
hioit rwioitudbe easily ,iinsiquicikly culti-
vted if lhcreiserc esmse oie to playitthe
pianio for the iieiiibers to aliler arotiiii
aind siog aiiid iminyiswsud remait to
iiicilg iiicasrdis if small conveiint
taliles isere provided iiistead of twoc or
thsree 1large articles of funiiture wich
crtowdl lii tie all toio smiilli room. It
hais been ciiitiely protvciithat tile club-
lihiuse cani le' madie si meetinig plsice for
vtideni'- ''i Suiiduay a~fterinoon. It caii
is effectively serecthe samlie itiriose
ev-ryering 1. f th ie steels if aiiieffort
is isiisets stimuislsite social iiiterest. If
thati istcrest is ceitedi, the iproposeti
clubhottuse still becomiue a reaituy in a
compa~ srativelsit oirst Iitie.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Sir. 'WliliiiiamHolaiind, assisted by
Miss Grace Josonsss, will glve a lectiure-
recital WVdes dasky siftselitisoniat 4 :15
o'coc ittii ugh ;schl tHall. There
ctlis 'oie of the regulariese-ries iflice-
stice-recitls bings1giventhis year by
1ir. 1Hosslandis, anit il ilibesdesvsteidto
iihe wssrclof imsiseillaisis-tcxompoltesers.
lisle o1 Ptr iia ( )'BrieniiniiJamles
liorbles' comediicuT h'e Chorus Lady,",
eltti isikeut,500ti tms tsince slit'
made hi ler fisvuiiillie tapplearantce,
ise thiiIis pltyiiwati5 -ltwen'lty-inuteil
xlskethsue isists that the chlaracter
neier hai s ittcotmse tiresomiie tolie anid
tha t xlhe istfiily is iiiichiniteested ill
tile slangy, titti tlt isise cihorus girl as
she "as helirtisle site issiinicilthe
charcte. "tsonclimes feei as though
Ptiti :eIaell11111 i and iisltue samie iter-

situ.' siresays. Ll p laygerssewlf
hase anir opoirttinitytoisisee 'list Stah
in this purl at the Ness Whiiltey 'Tieate,
Saturday matinee aind night, hiarchligi.
Lillian Russel swill he seens iinAnsn
Arhor Thursday, Marcl 24, whencishse
w-i appear here in her latest stage hiti
"Tue First Night" Thxis is ai divertins"
ftarce taken froni the Germxan comnedi,
"Dec Halhe Dichtler." George V. Hiohart
niade the sidaptationrsaissilire hsxhitisil
on sirn eeptlionall iieteissxceforstel
fair Lillisai.
The farce tells sif aivoitig svoman wiho
has ceomposed Ike score of sicoiiic oipera.
She wantit Iprciied heit her ihusbandit
is vioiiently oppiosedi to the stage. list
cotmposernmeets a icoet whsts slsosvants
t swritefoerltle stage btlfeassthe
ptiitiy ini eveitt his efforts should fail.
Thymk ertcmatadwrjointly. The contic oitera is wisen andsll
is abiouttol le prodiredesnirsthe cicllss
iborators arosise all sorts osf sursticios
hy their efforts at conicealmienit. Iin fact
tile) geltintosi seek 'oi troulestissicd
inew difficuflyits their stat creatles till
stiritediiierriiieintoil theIslet of list
siusieisce. It is siltlIfunipileduipsioni fui
anid its iturpose is solely sue of lautgh-
makting. IHobcarl t s wistten iiin many
111111y-Aimericsiitchisracters arid hs
wocrked oiit a fsirce thasi goes wit the
requrired dash anidlmerrimuenitfroiiithe
very start.
Joseph Broioks prodtucedth Ie piece for
thse faimossbieauty)andiisc issrtetsided her
i-il abrilliaint cormranyst-andisia isle staige
settirng for the effitrt. Hfeadiing tse cast
is that sitlenitdlcomiedianri, gby tell,
aiid othrers ini the sutiporlticuie Juilis
deVickec, Aihert Anrusss, 3Sdney
Hothl, Geo. C. Mack, '1. lMayes idtec,
Sussairie Westfordi, ,MillicerntEvs i,
LeinritsiOakfordl anti Saisee Wkiliamisis.
Of courese Lillian Reisselwillxiiwsesar
sonic sturing gown s as sue is stire Ic
took sifter tiiis imritanilt sdetail ini icr
test sI)yle.
Yonuxiii fiixd our typewritinig teat
aiid accurate. 'We perit cards antidaclte
prcograssa ntl io esgraviing of all
kinds.
Agentcy L. C. Smith Typewriter.
ZEWADSKI AND LANE.
tf. 310 S. State St., 2nd floor.
"SENIOR LAWS."
For sale, at a hargain, one comiplete
set of Michilgait Reporls, fully antio-
tated, slightly rtsed. Good as sets.
George S. Clark, Port tHsiort,Miche
99-134.
J-Hop atxd all Operatic Music for
sale at Schaeherle & Sorts's Music House,
rtuo S. Matn St. gitf.

ho i cinnoit rI'red to mussthrs
opotutnity, ii Toilare git
tug to need scitin the
next ysarn
Swaero
Sweater o
Vest-
Lowe earl)ywhule we stilt
hav ose sie .
1 University Bookstore
r 71 NOTH UIVESITAVE.

Pictures
Kodaks
Photo Supplies
Developing
Printing
Enlarging

I

Sold in Ann Arbor by
Slatn Streat
A. Ii.3PALDINQ & BROS.
shs* ''p are thelargest manu-
li Spain raetarersin evol
'I-azde-" ar-k of OFF-ICIALS QUIP-
" '- MBNTforalltblnttic
spx~y ourts and pastimes.
dxu~j~,tyj..x~ e' frrouareinrest'-
S in Atbxltc SillI
of ' h "rxolituiCal-
<silst_ , allitxe I's eirciitrle
eninilycipedlir sf
it.ow ttou goutu hat'sNew in Spurt
the x-oeid sla Wht
G~axe~e'aeatanof ors aserit free en re-
Qualaaity. quest.
'A. G. PALDING (a BROS.
Chicago Deot
VWe hare a line of fOthege
atd lfraternity Seaic.
MICHIGAN SEALS
75 cenxts
FRATERNITY SEALS
$1.00
We just host asinaIi asortsment,
of LFrateriySly sat
$1.00
SBeelan &Co.
STFUDENTS BOOKSTORE

TUESDAY, MARCh A;, t}t
Editor Today-Mcv itvxv,

Wieathxer :Fair tod~ay- cciii rising
termperaiture.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Marcli5t-Jnior Lit Lunucheuon, Car-
boutegymnurasiumn.
:Marceli5--Juniur it luncheon at isuon,
Btarbcour Hgyrnasiltri.
h'iarch 15-Senuior fresh girls' bassket-
ball ganue. Barbcur gy-niumlui.
-Mic ccli1-1911 Lng. vs. 1912 isixi -
.Marccit2z-tz rit,1vx. Shedic. UFils.
Marsichi22-ChoralitUnionriUConcert. hellz
Kihsler, violinist.

That the MichigsaruUrnionrsclurbhcuse
shunldhue the soclil center toe its meal-
tiers is the senimsent which issee
exressed intIhesecoliums before. 'fhast
it mnustice riasde strchthas salsox ccecu
ireged in consierastiocr sifltecsampassign
fur ai splerndid new clubhouse, wich
wiould really umeet the ruees of the situ-
atiorn.Otside uf the ruenibxeship din-
tiersintl whristtournramernts, wch ailisre
excellenit feaiturres, rio efforts hasie cbeii
rmaide this year icy thur Unsion mit cssge-
ritl to ineet the requiremienxts, aonl,
is tire camrptaigrn fuse sinew slttuctire
is to be launtched soonr, this is regret-
tattle tic say the lesist.
That it is possile to maike thue Mliii
ganr Unuioncrr lruhiure a resilnueetinig
tilace forusetriversity rees is, however,
hieing decisixvely proven by twocosithue
younrrgecriieriihrs uf the fsaculy. Wi thu
a1 spirit uwhicis 1 as highly costrrendablfie
as it is rare, thiese twuotuest hsivesects
afteroon. As a resurlt, betwi-encussixof
frsagrarit tell andulpufss cflcigsaretts
andi cigars, sacquasintanirces hissebeeit
mruase, frienships focrmedxh and hcollege
life erixeat vii by sociail asscciatios
whickhsire Ilackinug torumutchuinsquansirtyO

You LVr's6
Have yotu heard that sinifer at the
Theatorim
tnivevs6i2 Abuslclouse
PRESS BUILDING. MAYNARD ST. Next dour to Univeroity School of Music.
The New J-Hop Numbers
"IF WISHES WERE HORSES "
"THE LAST WALTZ"
Also the New Song
"I'm Going To Go To Ypsilanti "
0 l'icillbewri t rtodaced by the 01er Clab.

The largest line Pen=
nants and Banners
and Lowest Prices.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
3 us Fihing-Tackle aridAmunitOun
3 Eexy fllinr eiatlty
EL ibt St. Ant Arbor, MichganJ
Rn En JOLLY'S
308 S. STA'TE STREET
Lunches, Tobbacco, Cigars and
L0Ciar ettes~l,
A-ents fo raisi111.FEvry studentiuci It
to 1haxvea
B-B3-B PIPE
That we have the best line
of 40 cent
CHOCOLATES
in Anni Arbor.-
DO YOU KNOW?
E. E, CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

An inv

~?,I 1t~JasbIiugtou U.

RANDALL. &

pliers

phtone 59R

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