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THEt MICHIG AN DAILy

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Spring and
Summner
1910
Our Spring Specials
DESIGNS-Original and Exciasive
COLORINGS-The Newest
FABRICS-Dependable
RESULTS-Pleasing and Harmonious
- IN-
Suitings, Vestings
Trowserings
Now Ready for Your Eamination
G. I. Wild Company
TAILORS
311 SO. STATE STREET
CLiNTON -
The "S LI PEASY"
BUTTON HOLE MAKESTHE
BARKER BRAND
'CLI NTON"
BUTTON EsASIYDs SIT PERFECTLY
MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REGULAR AND QUARTER SIZES
150l 2 for 25!
WL4ARKER 02 MAKERS.
SoW In Ann Arbor by
"WAGNER & CO.
Sate Street
A. G.SPALDLNG & BROS.
are the largest manu-
The paling fcturers in the world
Trade-Mrk of OFFICIALE QUIP-
MINT,oralltietic
y~ ny sort and pentime.
4 I l pa If you are ineret-
I'ed in Aheic Spo t
s} yosold hoveeacopa
OFIN O y° of the Spldin Cat-
. +Ga~es laoue. It's a onepleb
is non hroghut Wha'sNe ienyclopedi of
the world as a Wa' e pr
Quarartee of and isoulntfree 011re-
Qunlity. qntt.
A. G. SPALDiN4) . BROS.
Chicegen Detrot
SBase Ball

THiE MICHIGAN DAILY.
ManaogingEfdior
CiLAoREctCE. ELDooooo:
Blusinoess anager
CARL H. 0. ADAM.
Address: MICIGANDLoY, Press Bldg.,
May nard Sireet.
Office Moors: Managing Editor, 8-11
p. 100. Business Manager, 1-2, 78 p. m.
Except Ssunday. Both phones.

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EDITORS.
News .......Lee A White
Assistant .......Harold Titus
Athletics ..... Vilhur D. Elliott
Women ...... Frieda Kleinstick
Exchanges. . M. B. McHugh
EDIORIALS.
James K. Wakins Morrisono Shafrotho
Charles Good G. S. Lasherj
John T. 'feny
ASSOCIATE EcTcOoS.
Walter K. Towers hlarry Z Fol
Dlon Birney . A. IHinckley
Arthur B. Mochlmta:: WadeOlier
Fred Lawto Harry G. Myser!
Fratok Rowell Caresi. Mylamder
Morris IHoser M. Mack Ryao
A. J. Wolgeosoth -Maric T. Toulmeo
Fratk Peonell lrank , \ lty10
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. ;,ownan Normato H Hill
Walter Q. Wilgus Mer Ruino
KenoethOhbort: NuaalWittet
WED)NESDA\Y, MARCC 1 2,, 110.
Edsitor I oday Is 501-. 110Win;,.1
Wealther: lair \\ ldnc-aand r13 0-
tinoted 00arme1r.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Mtardio 24--ilianj:Rsell 1in111hooirt
Night- ao \::o\Vhe\1
flarool0: i3: 71111 onell11 et1a
\'t1 ac0:1 1 "lolli111 71t 13l1l013
lllDo: 1.plils,"News Whit111y1T111-
Art 710 l-ll.A rc Lcue
ORIGI L 1,17IF NI 101 \lfTR'Ilf.F
and that'sl itj0111 1 k11 ;h11311c1h1vi ng3111
juslyI earned t1he 111111 oditilloli: I.
I W,\ P' & CO.
f. Taiu,,a.. 3 illl-lcca llfcc.. .. . . . . . . . .. .
D. A. KILLINS
N i-los soill O;ST'l'iill
HARDWARE
SFORE
REACH
Baseball Goods, Roller
Skates, and Rifles.

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KREISLER NOT OVERRATED
Famous Violinist Really Above Ad.
verse Criticism.
No soar:el ioiig liooaxto the pre-
fecaioal : IoloccO 1011111ouldha:ve lae::sar-
ranged th31111 that go:en0:1tOnighto by the
greatest oflivinsg 01111111artiots--1Mr.
Fritz Kreisler. Fr:otlhls first bold: of
li o w 11:010:th:: sOtrings itos1111e Handel
Sonata o 0:t01:-last 11ote1of theo-\\%ieoiaes-
ki Pl:ooai.: ,tearito wye hoe
asud~iece a lt will 1:y too siogoog qu0ality
oftoe l:or cde:lighted101:t olthe yhs fauolt-
Mr. Krcislcr a true1att o th hiooghoest
lyoc ::f womtohe0::01r1:0:ftoo :aolthe
concer ps laltfomt oday.1 Ili e ndoictos
no:t u01101onsr oj ::3 ll.t1 101100werfuol
dvi:,:i icfccts 1or:all1aspoollIto the
audtciecc, bltotherol ()110t aowell souliedl
inltrprelttl 1ion ::is:nodsortoedolybavir-
tuosioty.
N~til c101::ll3001oul o mechaooiong thaoo
hisadingo: bof t1hoc werltknownIatod al-
001:st 01:::read-are" Viotti 01ccrto.
Itoe firs and::las I vensO 1:1:01:0sparledi
:0:03 lrillban01100 dtoolo::r. It wa0s intheio
aol:--t:l~olohwve ht Kreialer's art :0a0
letehlt:t here coo-sloaried: quc i 111-
:0i0:::of o ereldsp~layedlitobeauotifll
tm:e:loies10hichI 00000exquiit~lyIIshadedco
and1phrased. Thedeivery:03of thec 0100
Iwash ut as a ea o ti:o0: 00100
altoiin g vols:i: tudent.
Problyo theo 0 otat asing00 numbtoer
of1 t1he-eooening was: thc encorcgiveno af-
ter olrt thre- ii, f Ir K eile's
ow opsitio:::: sed 010300.ria
folk-a:ongo. 11he charmoin g moolody,. the
per-foct :Idoulecstopplligoandla sou:olfulI
in::teprtaltin00s:only a0compto:ser clot
give s-,oo:it:-:lin0 cratin:g antttimpressiont
thaot soill nton:: b:1013:e000ualted1
lo the:: Grave o by F.I :1:lare adth: and
dIigntityof:ltoneC lredomin0000tedswhile it:
t3: Ii:Me oldI FrenchI"Chanots:o oandlPa-
cae"tecilxesoere delicate ando
e11100is0to.
71: ht 1l00t:eoexhition 0:11:f techniqueto
Nbr KrIso:le I l::lttc: itn, ws-t i Oloh
oo'::::oooPelto e ad lo :o:IN::gl:, atlloch
o\ o 10 iasi 1: Poaaoe. TIIe fo:rmter
1)tlb^ v ; ep l~llfy lbrilliant: gil1(
030a cut :0:0:::lgaveo a fa~inot suggeonl::
wha theb artit mt haIvo:oe give10 ha00
hecosua techicaol programt. Thec
Poaas 1 w11:10:00 lay:1o3-: woiltthcht sp1ii
an oniction:; the"atmot:sphtere" of the
comllposit1::on wto crea~tedl - :ando01h:-audt-
ienc towasoadIct0:: f:el the f itre-andttlen0
ths1 s 00atof:01 Polsh:1dance: toot:.
.A an 10 accompalist, thelscos saoidl of
01r\ :-tves ho-leteo-. (Oot-
side o a fe m 11003rylasheco, her
1or3ws 00acey 0ipto:te ottandard.
From00e0100ytpoi::t of viewo, :andowitIh-
outal}' ::::atot watevet~or, A::i:
Ar111r100l::00wait l1ngtg0:ocear :aoothcr
101: wo11ill take0atplace Iutthle:-00orldolof
artloot-av:ioiniss1alog sooth Jochimlttan0:
Fit K reiler.

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NO' S N ILL GIVE
POPULARf LECTU RE .
Ott Friday, April I, Prof. William A.
Noy es of the Univcersity- of Illinois, soill
deliver a lectore ott "A1 Scientific Revo-
lution:," to the lectore room of the trw
Choemistry blad:oing.
Prof. Noyes, whlo is otte of the fore-
moost chteotists ito Amoerica, is editor
of Ite Joutrnal of the Anmerica:: Chemil-
cal Society-, ando is also connoected owith
thoe Bureao of Statndards at NWashinog-
tonot. AlttoghtIt:-comoes at Ite reqouest
o~f and:o will speaok before lte P1h1 Lamb-l
ola U'psilono fraterntity-, te lectore will
leope0000 to 01::-public andol will lae of
souchoa:ntuoreo- sto tointerest 1laymen-t
get::rally.
Freics-s101 : toe lectoreOlhc society-
0111 boan:quet at thoc Michiga:n Union: at
owhich a: numbler of Ithe chemtical faculty3
0100 be preset as well ao thae otldl::00
new0 moetmblers of thle orgatnation:.
Thte Phi Lambolda Up~silont Irate rnito-
is anton:loora~ry chemticaol society- woliclo
loas hoado a chap:oter atthIis utnoioersity- foor
11001:-e1:-sthat: toyeatr. 1O)nMarcho 13,
theo folloowinog tne ::aemb:ers swere too
itiaote-dl:C. .N are-,If. If. McAlp:ine:,
J. I). Buorboy, II. M. George, J. W.
IHa:cke:r, VW. 10. Hley, F> . s. Kr::::
baoch, L. If..\Mc Name-, 11. T. Matrch.
EA1STER GIFTS.
The:neest :0:0:1chtoicest :of:nov-eltieo.
Nb::ote test Pennan:::ts. Prices righotat
THlE PALAIS ROYAL,
120f. 20y 1;. Lilerty- Street.
GLOVES
may be right and not be
Fownes, but they can't be
FrOWNES I
and not be right.
IMPFfORTAN'TNOTICE.
All studettorgan~izations mtoa on ~~-
cuilt thec Comm::ittee ott Non:-A-thlletic
O~rgan:izations at10 bhocoffice of Itoe Cont
mttein.ce I::I iveoaily fHa:llbefore or-
ratnglng datles for tpotblic e-ntertainmenctts
of a0n03kitod. 1Te Comttetle is keelitng
at calendtoar wit recorots of all daotes
deocidedlo n and0 :1:1obhviou:sly Ibis will bc
tii atdvanttagc too all cotocernted. Organi-l
zatiosoo failling 10 comtply may he re-
qtoiredol schanttge dates or to givc 0010
altogethcr Ite etntertaintm::ents whticho
hav:e beet: plann~edl.
Boy:action:of Ithe Commiottee.
ATiVof:: It. l,t,os t,
1200-121- 122. Chairman::.

TRACK
If y00uowold 'hn olgo vr13010: : /,1
call on 0s for yoo-
Track Supplies
We carry an thing 3000 tmay
neod fromto ir o Chamois
Pushersoworth 25c tooa l6 ound
Shot worth $1.75, o a pir of
Spike Shoes
WOROTH
$500
WAHR'S
University Bookstore
C. [. DAIIIN[[[
BOOKS
Law
Medical
Dental
Largest Stock inI Michigano
SecondHaund Law Books
Law al-Id Medical Dictiotnaries
QIuiz Books, etc.
Complete line New and Se-
God-hand.
Old books taken in Exchange
C. E. BARTHELL,
326 S. TATE STREET
Second Floor Tel. 761
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
OpticalO' , ee5~. Dept
Fine Watch aet Jeweery Iepairin
HALER'S JUWLERY STORE
216 Sonth Mein St.
Today
Good pure materials,

in clean glasses mixed
so that it tastes good
and is good at our
soda fountain.
E. E. CALKINS, Drulggist
324 S. State St.

Fow that te season is here you
will need a supply oh
Base Ball Goods
Mitts, 25C to $8.00
Gloves, 25C to $3.00
golf Goods
w~e are eesole agentsfor
Crawford McGregor
Colf Clubs. Goll Bags
Balls and Supplies
Sheelhan & Co,
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

HELLO!
Yes this is He.
No I won't be around
to get a suit made this
Spring.
I bought a Clever
Clothes Suit at Wad-
hams & Co. last fall
and am going back.
It cured me of Tailor-
ites.
Spring Hats and Caps. Always
the right thing at the right time.
Wadhams & Co.

Sim

PHONES
Bell Phone 1610 hlomc 212 Blue

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