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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sprng and
Summer
1910
Our. Spring Specials
DESIGNS-Original and Exclusive
COLORINGS-The Newest
FABRICS-Dependable
RESULTS-Pleasin and Harmonious
-IN -
Suitings, Vesings
Trowserings
Now Ready tr Your Eanination
G. ff. Wild Company
TAILORS
311 S. STATE STREET
CLINTON
Thei'L SUEASY"
BUTTON HOLE MAKES THE
"6C LI NTO N"
BUTONi EASILY AD S IT PERFECTLY
MADE OF LINEN. BARCO SHRUNK
REGULAR AND QUARTER SIZES
150d 2 for 25
Wm6t.APKER CO (MAKERS.
Sold In Ann "Arbor by
WAGNER & CO.
Sate Street
A. G..5ePAL.DING & BROS.
}gyp C ni retel rgestmueu
The ,Spalin fcU1115 thwol
Trade-Mark ofIOFFICIAL QUIP.
MINT,oralltbetic
lrt INSa port and pstime.
68 0 If you ae inteet-
edoi in Athletic Sport
of, sh~. ouhcldlae acopy
40 y'~ of the Saldiiin Ca-
alN ' ,oue. ite amcmplete
encclopa, of
i knowil thoughot Wht' New in Sport
theiwoldl s a
'1-n-rtee of cd i et free ore-
Quaity" qet.
A. G. SPALDING (. BROS.
Chicagno Dtrot
Base Ball
Goods
Now thaC the season ihere you
will11nted a suptply of
axie Hll(Goois.
Mitts, 25C to $8.00
Gloves, 25C to $3.00

Glf Goods
Crawford McGregor
Golf Clubs, Golf Bags
Balls and supplies
Slielhan & Co.
STUDENTS BOOKSTORE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Maniaging Editor
CLARNCEc E. ELDRIDGE.
Business Manager
CARLt.Cl. 0.AMas.
Address: MICHItNoAx ILY, Presa Bldg.,
Mayntard Street.
Office Hoitrs: Managing Editor, 8-11
p. m. Business Manager, I-2, 7-8 p. m.
Except Sunday. Both phones.
EDITORS.
News. . . Lee A White
Assistant .......Harold Titus
Athletics..........NWilbur D. Elliott
Women ...... Frieda Kleinstiick
Music uand Dratta...Hollis S. Biker
Exchanges ..... l. B. McHugh
EDITORIALS.
James K. Watkins Morrisotn Shafroth
Charles Good G. 5. Lasher
John T. Kenny
ASSOCIATE EDITORS.
Walter K. Towers I'arry Z. Fole
DixnsBiiney D. ..tinckley
Arthur I3. Illullman Wa\ Olivhser
Fred Lasstonl larry G. Myser
Frank Russell Cliarlcs 11. Xlylaioder
MlorrixsIHottser 'Al.Mack Ryan
A. J. \Vuhlgcoith Mauiri c T.'o"nline
Frank Petntell IFrank X, lMurtpiy
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A. Boss'tsott Nortuati IHill
Walter Q. WVilgits Myer Rtibin
Kentxeths Osbortn Nrmcatn\ittet

touch withi thicMiwtoof tte camoputscatt
hi. dcscribedl ittstrcct tiarlance asx a
'dead onec" anid his efficicincy is diimin-
shed just to the extenlt that his prac-
1icc is carried out. He misses many
cevents that sonuld prose distinctly eii-
inoyable atid ads antagoos to hinm, he
displaxys all igoorance schick is regarded
with surprise atid almust contempt by
his fellows studeints, who are more enter-
prisinig.
Whlatevecc meants you znay use does not
natler, hut get is touch swithicatmpus
iffairs aitd keep itt touch with themi.
CUniiiersity life is niarrow enough at hest,
rio tnt futrthser limit it hy inidifferene
anil carelesstness.
Thte controversy over Ike questioit of
the i19m meiiorial, sswhicht is receivitng
thre atteiitioin of a tnmber of thte seniiors
seetis to be entirety tuntalled for as the
matter tas beetivouted tipon ansd thte xote
isas not in favor of thte Atiumnii Meto-I
oriatlthatl. Thsat there is botiind to lie
tiprejurtice againist the latter instituttiott
oni the parltiii thestuidetits canitot tie
ovxerlookeed. F~roms the svcry start, the
project was a bon11e of contention 11111
it receiveoi the hiotiest idisapprovail of
piraicicilly the entie stuideint tiniy. In
the face of that, thiuse int erestedt per-
severed, securerd subhscriptiutts, and the
hall hecaime a fact.
'The institttioniiias never hiad the symt-
pathiy of the stutretnts, and it mtit ttot
ire expected 11111 the inerefccfit that the
mianagemnt11h1sassigned a potioln iii
thei baseimenit to he uixei as a ileniatid
meetinit place for stitietits, prosiding
thle latter go tui the exipeose of fittitig
it up1, swill not siiake ally'chanige ini the
ittiltee whlichi has keen maitntainled
ttirouigiouit the years of agitaitiotiatnd
conistruictioin. It is tnt a qulestionl of
rduty or oeititmetnt, it is merely' a tines-
tion of ishether or not the students feel
tie iced of stichi quarters offered by
the mlanagteent of thse building antd care
toi mialec use of thteni. The tziio settiors
iecirdert that thsey did not atiil uiess
pubsle senltimoent chantges, their exanmple
wiltl probalys te foliuosed by the other
claisses.
'Tie timlelois gone plast wohen oppo-
ilion to thie Alumniii Memorial halt
awiuld senve any purpose whatsoever.

WIT FILLS GARGOYLE
Spring Issue Now on Sole is Best
of College Year.
The spring numher of the Gargoyle
swas placed on sale yesterday. It is,
according to the belief of the editorial
staff, ike best numher that has heen
issued doriiig the coltege year. Fottr-
teeti pages are devoted to literature of
a serious nature and an equal numn-
her to tthe hunmor section.
Charles Cushing, former matiaginsg
editor if the Inilaitder, has contrihuteid
a inmber of sketches of life at Michi-
gan for this issue. They are delight-
nil; merely dreatus, hut donie with an
artistic touchi that is fresh and distittc-
tive.
Ralph J. Block swas the author of
"Amoire and Mliy rallinie," a tmy'stic
idcamia. As is stated inl the ititrodnctory
tote, this work is presenited in a mni-
ncr obviously simiar to that used by
Maeterlitnck. This is also a departure.
tt is vastly different from anything that
has as yet appeared i the Gargoyle.
It shows stuody aind careful preparatiotn.
"The Ritterhoiuse Extra" is the title
of ai little yarn of newspaper life biy
IHariiolTitus. It deals witsoiie of
the countless incidents that are hap-
penintg daily itt the inewspaper "shops"
thsroughioiit the counitry.
The hsumor section is liberally spritil-
ed swith cartootis. There have beein
htiimoir sections and tumor sections, but
this is, icyotid a doubt, the best that
has ever bieein offered by the GargoylI's
cisitribsitory staff.
Owitng to the departure of Dotiald
Kahn for broader fields, a chatige in
the editorial staff has been tnecessary.
"Al" Weeks tao heeti assigned the job
of diggitng up jokes which belotiged to
Kahn. 'fhis shift left the place of-
literary editor openi. H-arold Titus has
Pern assigtned to fill the vacancy.
FUNNY ISN'T IT?
that some people always insist oti buy-
hng thse wrotng thiing at the wrotig tume
at the wrotig place atid at the wromng
psrice.
HENRY & CO.'S
Quality

TRCK
It you wsould Ane ohncc eveci
call on un o your1
Track Supplies
We catty .inything. you iay
need troni a pair of Chamois
Pusherswoth1k25c to a 16 Pound
Shot worth $1.75, or i piir of
Spike Shoes
$4500
WASl R'S
University Bookstore
LYNDON
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
Pictures
Kodaks
Photo Supplies
Developing
Printing
Enlarging
The largest line Pen=
nants and Banners
a ne d 1 nvP~a re r~

ii

''Ct' SCI CXletARCHll %i1,10.
rain it or thporiio n. '"' ,
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
'Prch 1-1l resb tMic ures datice at
Apr t iv uasce ir i,5 cipresenlts
"DbriliK 'laius," Newis itneyir iTh'ea-
tr
Apl i -Profvii. G\\ .Nosyevs Lectrrr
il ewosChiistrylbiildiniig.
kIIIit 4--Sol Lit Slag liin nr it
AXpril / Xi ciii lea Icgu. I fr iv.
'helignrnc fstudenits of Itic
CUniiveirsityvofi hutgi iiinceriiag thir
vins1t I itui tiielf, theinstuoursIitei
igsrioi thecampiis is soethiinglip-
paling Ata tlk eceidygiveii before
stu1111ent aun.iIc i uric.fth e mush
emlli iinentand Iest niwn I nn zof the
literaryfaiciittyI airatanis hosc' rome is
aniiote tiiiistate.ii iss i It stiudienrt ls
sr vi'slit cit ithtalklitandI tie followi-
ing consulrsatiorii oilc iitieok lace be-
"Sii y «ii 11 i s iti'ti 11 whetjiiiiii ig
to 'tlii ti gh li 0tli Itrl iliii ~i~
'i h eis un oftl ii'lg gnus ini
thre literaiiy dhirtmen t aha iuredi
'if thitsxrt."
'1,1 escull i isibylnoiirii nsc'thi -C-
isoltio, bt eevdeirtmlenit has simi-
lar ffeners.Scolcut ifirtui11.5 cll
be.' recaiediiyeviy ons e i wor ha ve 11.1
sx urrsdI h n Iffrtclci Iniuiiit
ci even Woreuaisolte lviii'f kniwi-
arei taiking itacein ivesit ly circles.
'Thicstde11111. dos i t keep i 1,1 cyin

dll

tl that is imanxifested the tiroiposed den Getitlemtets -We have the
iiul siih ietiseless for thse purposes fors
liiiiit il h~eei ahuttet.most cotmplete lune of oxafor
spring, that we have eser shown_-
you want the nobbieat, best fitting, Ian
ext wearitig oxfords for the least nony
teuithiiieii :--1=live yoiu seinIthe nosy yotioswr it to yotirself to come its utt
pureh silk hide--withlintieii heels atid looik thiemsiser. Notice particttlarly thut
tcoes-inu foutr colors-for oiily7o cenits we hiave sot advanced prices this seas-
icr pair at t5UEPIEI,D'S SHfOE00on-iny $4.oo and $y.oo per pair.
S'TORE,N. riigMuiniSft? Belter have PURFIELD'S,
a lohk. 124-141. 124-141. No. 119 lMaiii Street.

AEY & EDMUNDS
, ns 0 'iTcke ndairy liio
Ann Aboi Michiiian
.S.

PRESS BUILDING. MAYNARD ST. Nelt door to Uiersity Sehool of Music.
The New i-Hop Numbers

I1304

toIhase a
B8-B-5BPI

i

"IF WISHES WERE HORSES "
"THE LAST WALTZ"

Also the New Song

"I'm Going To Go To Ypsilanti "
Whicli will be introduced by the Diee Club.

Toda~
Good pure mnate
in clean glassesa
so that it tastes
and is good al
soda fountain.
E. E. CALKINS,
324 S. State_

[ An invitation is extended to call and hear them.
'YOU Tn's
Have you heard that safner at the

Theatorium

121 Washilngton to

RANDALL & PACK, Photographed

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