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VOL. IV.-No. 166.
THE MAY FESTIVAL BEGINS.
University Hall Filled to Overflow-
ing Last Evening.-A Nota-
ble Success.
The long anticipated May Festival
is fairly under way. The manage-
ment may well feel gratified over
the hearty appreciation of its efforts
evinced by the immense audience
which last night taxed the capacity
of University hall to its utmost.
Although the doors were not opened
until 7 o'clock, by 6:30 people
could be seen making their way to-
ward the main building. Fifteen
minutes after the doors were opened
the gallery was nearly filled, and by
3 o'clock even the aisles were filled
and many stood up the entire even-
ing. Below, only a few seats at the
extreme ends were vacant. The per-
formance commenced promptly at 8
o'clock, with an overture by the
Symphony orchestra of 40 pieces,
under the skiilful leadership of Emil
Mollenhauer. The first number won
the house, and was greeted by a well
deserved storm of applause.
E. C. Towne made his first ap-
pearance in Ann Arbor, giving the
tenor aria, "O Paradise" (L'Afri-
cain). He made a very favorable
impression, but failed to respond to
the vigorous encore. Mr. Fried-
heim, the pianist, and Miss Stewart,
the soprano, both responded to en-
cores. Miss Stewart's number was
changed by request, from the Bird
Song to the Mad Scene, from Lucia
The latter is a favorite with her, as
the way she rendered it proved be-
yond a doubt. Miss Stein was no
stranger to the audience, as the
applause which greeted her entrance:
showed. Her aria from "Rienzi'
was done full justice, to the s<-
isfaction of the audience. I t
Heinrich was also greeted with pro-
longed applause. He closed the
solo program with the celebrated
scene from "Walkire" known as
"Wotan's Farewell,'' and with the
"Fire Charm''. His work needs
no special word of praise from us.
The program closed by a symphony,
by the orchestra, and the first even-
ing of the Festival was over.
On all sides are heard nothing but
words of praise and satisfaction.
The number in the city from outside
exceeds anticipation in spite of the
storm.
The concert this afternoon begins

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1894.

PRICE. THREE CENTS.

at 2.30 and this evening at 7:30. It Saw the Team Off.
is hoped that heed will be given to
the request made by Prof. Stanley An enthusiastic crowd of between
to the effect that what he aptly calls four and five hundred students sere FOR SALE.
"phalanx" applause be dispensed at the Michigan Central depot yes-
"phalanxs"t e co ce be tdispensed terday afternoon to see the baseball Brandi -Pneu t res--18lodet-
with. As thse concert tonight is team off for the East. Shields,
the best of the series it is believed'
thew bestof theasteriaes, is believedCadwell and Hollister were called Price, May 5th, $96.00.
. ' out on the rear platform of their car $1.00 LESS EACH DAY.
that the audience tonight will be and made brief speeches. As the
the greatest that ever attended a ta pleo tsUirtayel.
train pulled out the University yell'
musical entertainment in this city.5t South Main St,
Swas given several times,.1suh anS
Will Get Snore by Innings. The boys willt ravel in fine style,
as those who looked through Gen-
The D a LY has made arrange- eral Alger's car, "Michigan," saw.
merts to receive the sco.re of the The University and the baseball
different games by innings at its of- team will be advertised on the trip
fice. Mr. Baird, our representative, through the country by a banner
has been instructed to spare no ex- running the full length of the car,
pense, but to get the reports through on which appears in large letters:
at once. The DAILY in addition "University of Michigan Baseball when YoUwanttheLatestetropolitanStyles
of $ $3, 4 or $5 Shoes ato50c to Ki a pair less
will get full telegraphic renorts, in- Team.'' than Ann Arbor prices send for Cataioue to
cluding a tabulated score of all the The team went direct to Oberlin,
games. A move is already on foot Ohio, where they play Oberlin col-
to give the boys a hearty welcome lege today. The latter team has 10 *FYFE&
10.183-145 OsinOwARn Ave.,
on their return if their playing will been coached by Bowers, of YaleDETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
in any way warrant it. and has been playing good ball late-
ly, having defeated the University THE "WAVERLY ' WHEEL
American Championships. of Illinois on Tuesday by a score of webs poun s-wit ioher o. & vi
The annual Intercollegiate cham- 13--. tires-for $85,00 is the sensation of the
pionships, or Mott Haven games, The team which will play them to- hour. See it in the window of
will be held at Berkeley Oval, New day will be as follows: Smeltzer, c; BROWN'S DRUGSTORE.
York, next Saturday. The entries Krogman, p; Hart, i b; Spitzer, 2b;
by colleges are: Amherst 9, Brown Deans, 3 b; Baird, s s; Waterman,
33, Columbia 45, Cornell 40, Ford- 1 f; Shields, c f; Hollister, r f.
ham 6, Harvard 53, Lafayette 24, A Michigan Man Honored.
Lehigh 16, University of Michigan
6, College of the City of New York Mr. Seneca Hasleton, who has Oicial'liotographer for the 0iedical Class
25, Wesleyan university 33, Uni- just been appointed United States U.or I., S. teibers of the class are es-
versity of Pennsylvania 43, Prince- Minister to Venezuela, was instruct- iectfuly requested to have sittings as soon
as possible,
ton 52, Rutgers 1o, Stevens 15, or in Mathematics here in 1873-4,
Swarthmore 22, Union 18, Wesleyan and graduated from the Law depart- FRESH ASSORTMENT
14, Willians 7, Yale 58. Total, 529. ment in 1875. He graduated A. B. ,
' from the University of Vermont in
Dental Journal, 1871 in the class with Professor C. ' O A
The third number of the Dental S. Denison. He has been Judge of ires iii'4rce. At
Journal, published by the Dental the municipal court of Bowlington,
society of the University is out. Vt., mayor of that city, and a mem-
Following is the table of contents: ber of the Vermont legislature. He
Death of Dr. Ford, by N. S. Hoff; is a man of scholarly attainments
Resolutions adopted by the Univer- and high character, and was warmly
sity senate, and by the dental de- commended to President Cleveland BASE BALL GOODS
partment; Degeneration of the hu- by the leading men of both parties
man teeth, by Joseph Merckens, in Vermont. Suits and Gymnasium Sup-
'95; Geo. Hudson's Mishap by H. - Engineers vs. Parmics.lies.
B. Gammon, '94 lit; In what way is,-
atrophy of the dental tissue effected, The engineers have organized a You are invited to examine stock god prces.
by W. J. Higgins, '94. Besides baseball team with C. C. McPherran
these are are a number of shorter captain and B. S. Summers man-
notes and editorials. ager. A game has been arranged 9
with the pharmics for 1o a. m.,
The junior hop committee have this morning on the campus. UNITERSITYBOOKSTORE
turned over a small surplus from the
hop to the Athletic association. Score by innsings at Daily office. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

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