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April 08, 1899 - Image 2

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2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

son and Beymer will ho seen in work
of a oimilar kind next Monday in
t he U. of M. Minstrels.
A wrestling mnatch between Loud
and Wheeler followed. One rond
only was plled o, Loud iwinning
the bot.
The Glee Club then sang ''Carpe
Diem," the solo part being takeii by
D. T. Jones. For an encore they
sang "Sweet Rosa OGrady," by
special requeset of Senator Anderson.
The pol1e vault was for exhibitioni
onhy the contestanto stoppig at 9
feet di inches.To.se who took part
vereeAdamsn Davies, Keena and
Potinell I The son showed ood
form
The nexittw0as the 40-yard hrdle.
The leatoscenon as follows first
by Bjorkk toe 5:2:5; second by
Fishleigh tone 501-5; fial by Fish-
leied, time 5:1 5
Ri icrdon Byiier anidlDirsoii
t' otnidis'oiiepliettv work iiolith
si( 0 hoise, alossonic very clever
tuolilie-
The highi juiiipwisac oiitested Iby
lisosi Ad-miI'iiislnyAimstoig,
Te etzel,'sidDBiireti Ihisi
evintiwsor iexhibitiosin ol, ll
the Isen clearinigthe " l t5 et 6
isses. I ecl eltun 5thei alplsof
thespIeetators by miakiiig auniniiisig
ive ovir the ur st 5 lot <sinches.
Af terstheGlee Club sig'Ann
Arbior" andui"Lsindes atqteCrinis,''
Bc s iei lidardsou , smncDiersois woi
smoie lsurelsfor themiseles b h ler
wtork oss ele isrslllsbars.
ITis last event oi the meet was the
relayce100 Thle 'liiiL. teamisbeat
'02 Mesicseato ciiimse, :56 4-5. Th~e
'0'2 toam beat '01; timse, :57 2-5.
The '00 teaim beat 01 Law, i a
throec Isisrace; timse, :42 2-5. In
this iase JB Wooid imade a phe
nominusal isissforithe Legislators stre
specially iiterested in the irelay
races. Mr. Harry Potter nade qite
ii hit aso annisuncer aidtsed his
stessioriasistIsses to good advanstage.
'rie ainniual election of the U. of
Al. DAILY Associatioss sill be held
today at 10 a. siniiRoni C. All
paid 015 sbscribers are enitled to
vole.
Minstrel Show Charts.
Ini spite of the mny attractions
at the University this stok, the
misitrel men have been working
asway getting ready fist the perform-
ance Mosday night. Both charts
are isos at Hangsterfer's, State St.,
and are almost sldi out. Pesis
)tio have had seats laid aside at
Wahr's can get thieii at Hans~ter
fr's.
Athletic Association Election.
A rather tamenelctioni is expecteil
this afternoon at the assnual Athletic
Associaiois electionm tis afterioon.
Fewer iieii ise rniiiiiigOati ussal
aiid, there beisg no rival ciibiia
tioiis among the frateriities tis bck
each other there is a lack of tlio
osual excitiiet atteiidantcponsu ech
electionss.
The electiots coiiis off at 1:30 p.
n. iii Uniiversity Hala, it will be
iscssary for everyne to briig his
ticket swithliml iiamd to have itf
punched at the doior beforo being
adiiitted. No poxies swill b)0 ad-
mitted unuder any coiditios.
Weleian Guild Lecture.
At the First ;. E. church, Sunday
evening, Dr. W. F. Oldlam, the
brilliant eurasian platforns spetker,
closes the series sith a lecture on,
"Wiill Christianity prevail isntll
Lasuds?'' Do't fail to hear hi.

Sousa's Band Tonight. _______
Tonight Sotisa will make his second
appoaraisce with hsis band in Univer- .A11egret
sity Hail, Sousa is ness fulfilling the
proiiise iifhis early career. Hemi Rnbel's
nearing the heiglit if his fametimid
lie proiiises rich results ini the coin- Delicious Cho
lug years, ini use dosmainm of coiiplo-
sitioii. As for his band, swhethier it FRESH A
caii be miaido a fiiier organization thiain ,'said( 1-lb.
it nsoiw is, is a qumestioin tliofutiure I
muiist solve. But it is difficult to
coiiceive ow sothis superb collectioii .
of iisstruiieiitalists caii be greater.
Criticism is silencod sohiei Socisa ansd
isis isen thrill the seisses and the only
questioii, is the degree of piaise is be
bestoswed. The swvay oif Sousa ovei
his auidiessces is somiethiiig that it is a
pleasure to study. 'Thsere is a isag-
netismo in him aiid ini the iianer iiiC
swhich le constrols the banid that puts
the great auiiiences inithsorough syms-
pathsyswith ismii. It seeims as if lie
alaso gives just the thing thsat his
auidieiice is iii the iiooil for. It
seeimi the dihitlie gives peiopsi is
iathieriioie unrestraincilantI sii-
affected Ohsausoiie ordiiiarily tiotes ini
auiiiiesi So usa aniiihis liearers [U
asre thoiirougislvyen rappoirt. The
popuihar pieces that are costly
hiummsedh -mu shistied, ihosnot casrry -
off ill the Doiniirs. Blut the fiser -___
mcic, the selectionis friomi the iiiii-
tori seemus -t tiiiis to apspeai to the TRY H OT C
uncieilturedi eairswithi a fiorce wehich Nonei liii
thict ear might nuot be supposed to 200 EAST WASHII
appieeiate. There is evideist, in the 316 SI
quality iif the reception of bolter T seisss
muuisiiii ediicatiioii if taste that, is simeHosily. iiyse,
gratifyinsg.ofthe
It is thiiouigh the efforts o h
Woman's Leaguie that Socisa hsas beeii - rr
secured to conieclto the University
aiid giveonse of Isis populai conceits.
'Tle proceeds of this eiteitaiiiinit ~
are to be usued for furnishing thse
Woman's Gymnasium.
Definite svord swas received y estei-
day that Mr. Sousa still include iii
this eveniiig's prograii, I IThie
Victors'' March, woritteis by Lois -
Elbel, and dedicated to Michigan'sN
'98 champion eleven,. "The Victors" ARE
scored a great hit at the Consedy Club
performance Wednesday, asidstill be MAKIN'
sung at tho U. of M. Minstrel Mon-
day evessisig. It is to ho regretted
that Mr. Sousa's entire prograi casn
siot be given in todays issue.
TieNotice to Tracks Men. The New
Tecandidates for timetrack team
are requested to report today at the ~ Fashi(
athletic field, asidstork still he cons-
meniced provided thme condition of the
field still permit. All mess shso ex- Shock
pet to miake the team mst imake
arrangemns to stay here and stork
during thie spring vacatiom.
For President of the S. L. A.
At a meeting of Ohio junior lw sc~
class Thursday afternoon, Mr. W. J.EIL

DCOlate Creams,
AND GOOD.
pcligs ,
mac, 30c send 60c.
J Quarry,
Campas Drag Store.

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