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April 02, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERI[TY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

f f 2 ~ +3,t of Music. The Choral Union also ren-
+ dered a selection from Mendellsohn's
St. Paul
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during 'After the program in University Hall
the College year, at was finished, an adjournment was made
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, to the gymnasium, where the faculty
Oyriz: Times building, 329 S. Main St. tendered a reception to th visiting
Telephone(IN w atei180. teachers. The drill room of the Bar-
MANAGING EDITOR bour gymnasium, 'in which the recep-
J. F. THOMAS, 't0 L.
-- tion was held, was prettily decorated
. BUSINESS MANAGER
0. i. sANs, '00 L. with the college colors.
EDITORS The reception party consisted of Pres.
H. B. SKILLIAN, '98 L., Athletics. and Mrs. Hutchins, Prof. and Mrs.
E. L..GEIsMER,'98 L. E. S. DANFORTH,'98 D'Ooge, Prof. Prescott, Mrs. Prof.
BUTIa LAMB, '00. T. R. WooDRow, '98
I. &. CAMPBELL, '00. Allan CAMPBELL, '98 Spaulding, Regent Dean, Mrs. Milner,
F. ENGELsARD,'98. F.D. EAAN,'00 of Grand Rapids, and various members
P. W. JONES, '99. of the faculty. The guests enjoyed an
hour or so of social diversion, after
which light refreshments were served
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 in the parlors. The attendance was
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica- large, many Ann Arbor people eing
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Dailyofficebe- pr(esent i addition to Ihe faculty ar
foe 8 p. m.,6r mailed to the editor before 3isi
p. m., of the day previous to that on which visitars.
they are expected to a pear.
Subscriptions may toleft at The Daily New Gun Club.
Office. Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with BusinessaManager. Suberibers will co -
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this The Fac ulty Gun Club have offered
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper
SOCIAL___________ the use of their shooting park and traps
SOCIAL ORGANISM. to the members of the Athletic Associa-
tion. In order 'to start .the ball rolling
(Continued from first page)- a meeting of all students interested in
(lose than in a biological organism. 4. gunning has been called under the aus-
The human individual is manifold in pices of the Athletic Association. This
sciety. That is, man is not merely a meeting will take place today at 2 p. m.
pant of the sustaining, or circulating, at 'the shooting park, a short distance
distributing system ofi society, but a beyond the athletic field. The purpose
part of several systems at the same of the meeting will be to formally or-
tine. ganize the interested parties into a club
The animal has a nervous system cen- by the election of a captain and other
tered in the brain. Btu there is noth- officers. No extra charge will be asked
ing in the psychological human organ- those already belonging to the associa-
ism to correspond to this. The mani- tion, and it is hoped that a large num-

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1,i 0 MUSICAL.! 0
Mel Gillespie, teacher of Mandolin, Banpo
and Guitar. Instructor in the University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours.
Fine Confections MONEY LOANED
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festations of the nervous systems of
society, such as post offices, telegraphs,
etc., might be destroyed and society
would still remain. The social brain
center cannot be found, because it does
not exist, sae in metaphor.
Society is a psychological organism
and must be interpreted in terms of
emotion and will and not locomotion.
It is organic but rnt an organism.
Schoolmasters' Club Enjoys Greek
Music.
At the sesison of the Schoolmasters'
Club held in University Hall last night,
the program was opened by a lecture
on Greek music by Gr. Charles Will-
iar Seidenadel, of Chicago.
The speaker sad that all the Greek
music we have is post-classical.. There
are no traces left of the older war
hymns, the melos or the paean. Greek
music consists of scales arranged in
rodes. Modern music employs but two
modes, the major and the ionor. The
Greeks had twelve modes and used
seven. . Survivals of these modes are
found in Scandinavian, Slavonian, Nor-
man, Oriental and Modern Greek
church music. A few traces of thern
also appear in modern music.
Several attempts have been made at
reproduction of Greek music, but all
combine an unduly lage amount of
modern elements with the Greek. , We
-wii undoubtedly remain in the dark
on the subject of Greek music, and the
best efforts will be more valuable for
their suggestivenessthen for 'their real
interpretation.
At the close of Prof. Seidenadel's ad-
dress a program of Greek music was
rendered by the faculty of the School

ber will turn out and start the club.
Word has cone to the EngineeringJ
Department that Joseph Ripley, a grad-
uate of the class of '76 in civil engineer-
ing, has been appointed to the superin-
tendency of the locks at the Soo to suc-
eeed E. V. Wheeler, of '67, who is now
chief engineer of the Nicaragua cana.
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