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-tIJE .,o..Waln
VOL. V. No. 152. UNIVERSITY OF MVICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

EDD~Y, THE ORGANIST.
A BRIEF SKETCH OF THIS EMI-
NENT MUSICIAN.
A PuPil of Dudley Buck, and of
Haupt; Pronounced by the Latter.
"The Peer of the Greatest Living
Organists."
Among 'thie artists of _world-wide
m-putatiorb who figure in the Mlat
Festival, Is Clarence Eddy, the esain-
enst organist, born in Greenfleld, Mass.,
inst 23, 1851. Clarence Eddy was
hiut a. lad of-live or six _years of LAg'
when he, gave evidence of the poss's-
sion of mariked munsical cility. His
fondnkss 'for nmnsic outweighed' the
chtarmis of the customary shunts and
gasies, and his greatest delight seem-
eii to tie to listen to miusic and to
attesipt to reproduce it. "So manifest
w~as his talent tiiat lie was escouraged
end given the host instruction the qiet
litile home village afforded.
Afthr studying coder Dudley Buck,
iii 1871, Mr. Eddy went to tGermniy
ts perfect his studies under the rec
nowvnedt August Haupit, one of Ciie
greatest nansters of the isstruntet the
world las ever knowns. With the zeal
of youth and the ardor of liii true
enltusiast, Mr. Eddy plunged itot his
studies anil was raidily tushteil ahiead
by the elighted mtier, who reoes-
nizeid in, his young piupil the aitility
anid pierseveranice necessary far the tic-
complishiient of great work. With-
out the possession of a. rensackahie
phuysbiue, the young mn conhl never
have! suistained the iniiiinse strain
upon "him cosecluent npon eight. tea
andi even "twelve hours of practice
daily.
Having flished his studies, Mr. Ed-
dy was given a letter hy iii great
nmaster, in which occurred the follow-
ing words: "In organ hlaying the
performances of Mr. Eddy are worthy
to he designiated as eminent, and lie
is undoubtedly a peer of the greatest
living organists." When we consider
that these words cause fronm Angust
Hlaupt, it' is doubtful if anything so
thoroughsly conaplimentary has ever
hieeia written'about M1°r. Euddy, desite
the volumes of praise that have bei n
penned.
Mr. Eddy has made two trips across
thie'colauitry to the Pacific coast, every-
where being greeted with enth'usiasm.
is last tour was in time autunin of
last year, end so successful were the
engagements that a Californian iman-
auger urged him to visit Australia, but
this offer was declined.
if sisfilcient money can be raised,
the. Vniversity of California Athletic
leistiixt'ih be Increased froni ten moem-
taers to twelve on their Eastern trip.

ALL FROM' AN'N ARBOR. WESTERN BASE BALL.
Enterprising Journalisms Not Dead The Indications of the Ball Games
Here Yet. So Par Played This Season.

Yesterday moning our friendl the
Tintes-H7erald tarintuedte following
seciatil isant:
"AninsAches'. Micih., May 1--An in-'
msate of the Washtenaw countly Jail
constructled is ruse dsummsiy aasst
dusk hunt it uip by the neck so tbhat
it dangled freely at. the cnd of a cord
intshue corridor. Before: it had swstsse
tiaraeinanyty nsutes hollow groanis is-
stied froms a cage its a remote coruser,
soon followed by a sound of feet
issaillisig aboust. Tue hollow gr-oas
wore repeated at intervasls ansd shire
:wtts i sosunud of shsuling feet, unitil
at last a ltgssro that loomied gigantiic
in thes gleans setizel the swineinguglm-
mny, tore if dlowns assu heinit viio-
is-sily sipon Cise floor. Te'lso Iess thCiion
hunesg itself ansdiwvent tihsousgihsll of
lihe cosstortions of dyinsg by strange-
lsation. Finaslly it descended asnd
triampedel back ito its cell."
Anid yeosterday- smorsnisigstir friend
lii- tReord lirisnted a specialte'le-gr-ame
of whirls the wvholestay ho judged
tby ts.portiona:
"Ants Arbor, ,Micht.,'May 1-Asnmall
se-nsation was creatted insel- anatomt-
ical latboratory of the mesdical detanrt-
sienat of lisa University today u-hi-i
it h--cause known that otto of else siu-
sCets had ietsn asatsage, -lit illinig
of ivhich was the' saeat of a sisassns
toetag."
Stirrisngitmaes at Ann Arbor. MEielt.,
iatitat of the ingosaisuas ant imitpe-
e-uttioues college boy. Bitt thsis is noet
all, for on yesteriday maornainagour
trinthie Inter Ocesan psrinated ai spec-
il telegrasa frostsAsia Arbor,Mit,
tesnder thae followiss eaetdisag:
AND THtIS IS COLLEGE FUN.
Brutes st Ass Arbosracrenste Stin Off of a
Studest's Feces.
We infer tisat the younsg gientlemns
at Ass. Arbor is untacquasinted aith
'Gerssasn, as we findie us trace of itis
lively asnd gracefusl fancy, uasnier Arts
Arbor elate, isathe, teliegrasiph columsas
of our friend the Stants Zoitsasg. P'er-
hsapis the yousng gesatlemasn's concep-
tions are too airy and sublil'- for Ger-
mass ise.
However, te younag gesslesuan hs
clone very well. Eacia smornisagipaiper
in Chticago was esnabled to presesat its
reatders with an absolutely novel and
exclusive news item frost Ann Arbor.
Astt it is seedless ts acid thsat as trutg-
inniigyousng corresponenst its thie city
of learsning has since beets enabled to
indulge his healthy fancy for aspara-
gus, green peas and the othae luxuries
of the, season.--Chic'ago News.
Weeks at the Psi U. Convention.
Baseball Manager E. C. Weeks dlid
not return fronaIhaca withtheCitet-amu,
but went to Clintoin, N. Y., where the
annual national conventions of the Psi
Upsilon fraternity is beiag hl under
the auspices of Hiamilteo College.
Ti conventioss lasts three days, the
8th, 9th and C1ils inst. W.- Morley
is th eother representative of toe local
chapter.

.Although the' imsportant g;ames of
the western collegssace; still tn be
played. thse varieus city papiers ate
conjectusring on the possible chstaspien
for lisa season.
Michigan has so far suit only the
minor teamas of the Nvest, but its those
site has shtowsn groat strensgths, espec-
ially its battiag. Hoewever, te gasis
witha Cornell clearly dosaonstrates that
our leant will be able to sneet (Cii-
cago and Wisconsin with every pos-
sibility of success. Wisconsin has
been defeated by Chicago, asd the l-
ter team htas also bested Northwestern
in two contests. From this it cast
be ,stated thsat frenmte prosest out-
look, Mtichtigan and Chicago will de-
cide thse chanmpionship. Stage's suea
,aro showaing groat strength with tie,
bat, asnd in addition Co tlis thsey are
well equippted with psitchsers. Nichols
is agaiss doing tise bualk of work isa thei
box acid itis record of last season line
been stiuchim aproved sposa in the
gasae s titus far playedl.
The Showing of Our Track Team.
Wsork with the iracek tesam eastei-
dlates is psrogressintg very raidely, ande
som:e sire ittakisig fine somevitage.
Trials in althue events hatte, steottruni
by- saost of ihe tanediedati';, atticof
whticht have been exceptiosnally good.
'Iwostaetshase i-tee saeteredl ini Cit
AmterictnsnCstc reelie-giate chsatpiett-
sips to be hold isa Now York the. 2sth
of this smnthandselbot u-lbe senit
if their shtow-ing warrants the expecta-
tiosa thtat they wouild win ta point. 'Bte
tr-aining Cable for lice, track teamn has
net yet boost fully arrangedi for, stt
will be. started soont, and menoa wiii be
taken to it as fast as they snaske a
geod enougfi shtouwing.
The smeoting with ihte Californa
Unsivereity track t-ant here Juno 8,
wviii beyond dotubtiJwtue i'finest field
day over held lierce. The Californsia
muen nmeet Princeton next. Satutrday,
uad it will ehtena be, possible: to forma
an opuintionof tii-r strsegh.
Review of Reviews for May.
han "The Progress of the World" of
ths May Rteview of Rteviews foreign
affairs receive, considerable atteniona.
The Japanese treaty, te British cant-
paign In Cititral, French aggression isa
Africa, the peace outlook hn Europe,
te attitude of flue powers in .referese.
to the Arnmenian atrocitiesi, thei change
in -the Siae kosshi of -they British
House of -Commons, the, question: of
Welsh disestablishmxeut, end the. greet
boot and shoe strike in.Enugland, are
among the subjects discussed.

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AND
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