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uKNN ARBOR, MICTI., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1898. FouR PAGES.

VOL. IX, No. 11.
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,ANN AIMOR, MICH., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 1898.

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EVERY ONE TURN OUT. games with Chicago failed to attract Was a Great Success.
a crowd worthy of a high school and, The first faculty concert of the
Big Mass Meeting of Students To- with no money coming in, the best University School of Music was given
night at Gymnasium. managers could not have done better last night to an audience which com-
.t w h than was done. This year the pros- pletely filled Frieze Memorial Hall.
aThass Ae Atiibe Waterm hdpects are bright for a winning team That the directors have used great
a mass meeting at thie Waterman and, if the student body do their care and excellent jtdgement in the
Gymnasium this evemng promptly at share, there is no doubt that the sea- selection of instructors was clearly
7:30 o'clock. Judging from every son will be a prosperous one. But demonstrated by the program as pre
indication the meeting will be a the students must do their share. sented by the different artists.
"corker." Speeches will be made Seats will be provided for every Mr. Jonas was heard for the firs
by Profs. McLaughlin, Johnson, one so there will be no discomfort tine this season by an Ann Arboc
Carrow, and McMurrich, Eddy attending. Every one go, go and audience and his numerous admirers
Shields, ex-captaic of the baseball take your friends, go prepared to accorded him an enthusiastic recep-
team, Director Baird, Coaches Hall yell, to listen and to subscribe. tion as lie appeared for his numbers.
Feribert, and Captain Bennett. The _
U. os M. Baii will be present and Scrubs Scored on 'Varsity Yester- The concert opened with a Bet..
stir up euthusmsm. The entire stu- da. hoven sonata for violin and piano,
Mr. Zeitz and Mr. Jonas equally
Yesterday afternoon the Scrubs dividing the honors. The piano
repeated their performance of the numbers of Mr. Jonas were well
day before and scored another touch- chosen and well served to display his
down on the 'Varsity. The trick magnificent resource of techiuique.
was done by Widman who made a In the Concert Etude of Mac Dowell
brilliant rut of 6 yards to the 'Var- and in the Walty caprice of Strauss-
sity's goal line. It was hard work Tausig he showed a mastery of the
sforthe spectators to tell which side keyloard which was wizardlike; his
was the 'Varsity and which the finess and delicacy of feeling were
Scrubs yesterday as the coaches evinced in the slumber song of Aus
played most of the men who have der Ohe
been showing 'Varsity form on the Mr. ieamsci tas leard in a groip
side of the Scrbs. Btrabec dis ex of songs by modern composers, and
cellent work at quarter and will he was received with hearty ap.
proably be played in that position latse
in the game tomorrow. Miss Alice Bailey, the first assist-
Special attention will be given by ant in the vocal department also
KEENE FTZPATRICK. the coaches to tackling. This is the rendered a charming group of songs.
'Varsity's weakest point, most of the A ltvely persnality ettie with
dent body is reuested to turn out in players not tackhing low or hard le qialities s et attiet essie to
full force at this meeting as it will enough. Cale ao pute t his old ike her iigttg tie titasiog. leu
be an important one for the Univer- position at guard and played a good sg . Zerhiner's bug frti Mo-
sity of Michigan. hard gtame. He l probbly be art's opera iga was particu-
Our Athletic Association stands kept at this place in the line . larly effective.
now at a crisis, the greatest in its While the 'Varsity was playing The different Fantanet-aprice of
history. It is $1,425 in debt and the Scrubs, the third eleven played Vieuxtemps for violin was played in
this debt must be wiped out by sub- an imteresting practice game withithe an admirable manner by Mr. Zeitz,
scriptions from the students at to- Ann Arbor High School eleven. this number closing the concert.
cnights meeting. It is imperative Neither side scored.
that the association should stand up- The following was the line ep: The Whist Club.
on a firtm basis at the beginning of VARSITY.SCRUBS. The University Whist Club which
this season. If the amount of the Smith..........c..............Brown scored such a success in the initial
debt is not raised tonight stringent Allen..............r.g...........Kramer
be take..Cahe..........1. g.......France year of its existence will againt be
measures will necessarily betaken. ite . r. t. wood organized this year with the bright-
The existance of our athletic teams, Larsen............. t...........Steskle est of prospects for a highly sue-
___ Ganshaw...........r.e.......Richardson cessful season. The majority of its
Chatse........ ...... .,THicks members are still in college and all
HartsurgStVernon............r. h.......Whitcomb are eager to begin playimg at the
Baldwin...........1. h..Avery, Widman earliest possible moment. President
Hoover............f..............Keena Flushing has not yet returned to
"Old Hutch" in Fine Form. college being concernrd with the
"imanagement of Kalamazoo Street
Loomis Hutchinson, '97 E., who Fair which is being held at that city
played end on the '96 team is in the this week but as soon as lie returns a
employ of the Sterling Iron Works meeting will be held and plans dis-
at Akron, Ohio. He is playing his cussed for the ensuing year.
old position on the Akron Athletic It seems to be the consensus of
Club team and the AIron Journal opinion among the members to in-
hass the following to say concerning crease the membership list and thus
his playng in a recent gane with the enable the club to send teams to the
Clevelanid Athletic Club.vaiuoraitW ts
CQveanlAhetc lu-various tournaments around the
of,'"Hutchinson was the bright par- State which it was unable to do last
ticular star of the game and although year on account of lack of funds.
CHARLES __AIRD._ every man on the team played a Judging from the interest shown the
great game, the work of the big Ann first year and the general interest
as such, depends upon the out-come Arbor man was nothing short of aroused in the game throughout the
of this meeting. Already one of the marvelous. When he secured the University no trouble will be found
r fraternities has subscribed $100 and ball and went through the line for a in increasing the number of those
all have promised to make some sub- touchdown there were three men belonging. It is not known just
a scription, hanging to his legs. The crowd went where the club will make its head-
The football season closed last year wild when the touchdown was made, quarters but this will be determined
with a balance on the right side of He was placed on the shoulders of a at the first meeting.
the ledger but the baseball and track number of spectators and carried
teams more than overcame this and over the field. He bore the honors Big Mass Meeting at
n left the Association in debt over $1,- heaped upon him modestly, and Waterman Gymnasium
e 500. This was due alone to the blushed like a school girl ,when the
t non-support of the teams. Even the crowd cheered him." Tonight at 7:30 o'clock,

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