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Ptep Team~ Arrives TPhis-Noon-
Torrey anad Crg Will 'Not
Cpee--encgv*s -'iked.
Detrot:Utoierity shool pretend to
bentvr:hpf~l-eadn~oigtsmeet, and perhap they haven't mntch
reason to. e so, b at ty rate they will
pt p 'a good fight for the big end of
the score. With Craig and Torrey out
of the, mneet, the .-freshmen will e ma-
terially weakened-in te hurdles and
te high jimop, hbut aside fom these
events the local teanm is as strong ao
Benrook atd Honerlave te shot-
put ntl ed, ht there is tnoo third a
etred on the fresman teat, so the
lDetriters. are certain: of one point in
the :event.
Knickerbocker, D. U. S. director, has
practically, decided not to hae Mills. en-
ter the s-print. HeI i fast in the hun1-
oleol but a slows' starter,, and for this
reason will proaly e reseret for
te longer runs It is up to the Spieges
to win points in the dash, if 'the res
are, good for :any. H'orner and Kek
ough.t to score in -tis distance, .Roth
eing fast starting, and ;good till the
TIhc D)etroiters are strong in the hu-
ies, Schram and Spiegel toing prct.
tally certain tot score, ut Iorner is e-
teedi for tte freshmen. ad:fight ropo1
away witht first hotors. Hes the only
mntonlte first-year trout swho' lhas
mtade good in te hutrdles this sprttg.
Ball,'at-oldID. U. S. haf-tilr, orih
disptte the tmile witt Hatnevat. Ttis
is te first time that HallI hasero op
tosed to his old prep teamnouate atd lto
till make. -tbi effort to defeat te rec-
ord hoder. His excellettsowitg it
the fres-sopt tteet ittlites :te fans
toward belief itt his chance. to owin.
Beck is schedtled to contest the qar
ter witlt;Mills, the old Windy City star
attd Bgtllatctet will tovt tooppose Bir
and ,latotevatt itt te half.
Witt Torrey oot, tle'higl joup wil
troably go to BoHl'awkits. Otly two
freshmen are entered ithlis evet. The
are Smith and 0 -er,.bth of whnn
have placed io meetheld this spring.
Hawkins is also down for the pol
vault as the University :school star, hu
againt' Page and Sauer he hant mut
sow. As is ter case ,in the jump an'
sotot however, D. U.. S. is certain tF
score, for, ony two freshmen Dare eto
tered for the vault.
The prep .team will arrive in town a
to'clock and go at otter to the gymna
sium to lituer up.
'heomeutr, will egin promptly at }
o'clock atd-the admission wilthr '.2
Followitgare the frshmatories
Slotput-Benbrook, Horter.
35-yrdl dash-Keck, Homner, Goet
4-yad low ltudls- Horer, Smit
40o-yard igt httrdles-Hornr, Han
44o-yartl run-Keck, Martin, L j
H all, Simmons.
88o-yard run-I.. P. all, Martit, I
Mile rt-C.°;I. BHall, Clapin, He
Smith. ,' -
Higho jump- Smith, Oter.
Pole vatlt-Satuer, Page,
Donal.IliesIas ero -selected ca
tain of the' fencing team. The oth'
memers of the trio are Fletcher at
Sindt'the clampioship ott of Satet
day night, in which Haines was a wi'

ner, the club has held a numher of cmt
trots for the selection of the teat
Hinbes 4efeated,. all comers-,etseeptin
W'Vilkcins. 'Fetcher ' defeated . WIlkie

Krovners axttd lerbut -fell hefore the
eltampion. Wilkitts lost to Lovelee, httt TBACIIERS H OLD
rvo f: rot :Kramners attd Haines.
The. cuh, had planned to biasea tour- JIVELY DEBATES
r n ttnt stitlt Pennsylvattia: attd: Ilorplato


te Iauthor ities, hot tle;t ital actiott of -P
the oard in c wtoloas averse to the
,control, 50 tat tmaking tefencing team
remtaitto purely lhonorary.
'The; scoolmasters were etoertaited
yesterd~ay at 'Barour.,gytonasitono by an w,;
exhibitiotntttch the sate as tat given et
earlier,=in ble-.week for te faculty. A hr
basketball; game,.'which. ad eet srp- t
cially reqoested, followed the gyttastic st
drill: A grand oatch, itowict all the li
girls tadtng work ittle g'u asiosmo ap-
peared in the toel costune of lte gymo ,H
suite and rigt red Itir rihons,. Oasthe h
lfrio-nttttter. Datcing y he upper-_o
class .girls .followed. Miss Harthorn o,
,ten danced alone. The frehtan day's t
order". sas then .gien ad two fresh- s
,ttnon oes oere ,played, "tree deep"
being te first, and a :relay race, wich t
sas one of thec most cntuosiastically c- t
egiord- nnltrs .o tilocprogatt,.beitg 'r
'Next camete asketball gatto.T'etc
tatos wee .itlle omains comosed ofc
J-ioro ansIseiors,.tbt a estttndr-c
class payers assi.ted. 'The reslt of ter
gamts was a score of tt. to 2. ittfaotr of
te seniors. :The. senors did sote ex-
ellett passing td strog guarditg.
Mooses toily Stark atd Macart Tur
uier et's, tlorstar guards, tood bliss ElizaP
Stark ,a acetter. .Te jutior asketss
s lso diid sotoo praiseworthy-passitg. Thei
linetrstp 000stofollows;s Seiors-Bs-1
4tets, <Rthooooso,' Bridgmano, Edoiter
so - ceters,,Eliza Sark, 'Walker, Ieto-,
dersot; guards, Eily .Stark, Carter.
Turner. ' Juooir. -Baskets, Netder-I
ot, Ferot, Sleator; cnters, Stroh-,
toier, 'm, ..Msonot, Pledger; guards,
I lodge, VWooessoer, 'to, "sWlittoooo, 'to.
t "Micigroda" will againo be staged-
ot-,by te girls, of toesetior literary
class in ia play to or given in HBarhoom'
y gymnnasino the,. evening of April 27.
Eaverythling is to be a take-off on "Mich-
igrnda,"-songs, costumes, and chaac-
tr."Agy",,is to be there, ht in proxy.
Iis reportwd. that .the,girls '-will have
dtake-off s on te. takeoffs of the factlty
owhicho made such a hit.,when the'teto
gave ;them. Our, senior. girl stated. that
tItoe reason "Micigeda" is to e pre-
otrnted hby the girls, is because they did
tot have a chatce to appear in the ori-
ginal and show wat they are capable
Sof doing. The whole .affair is to e.
8acted out hy theor senior girls for -their
5classmates only-the profane ye of mats
will not see "Micigenda"this time.
_All -te-girls wo ;takepart,usre to
zreportin Barour gymasittm at 3 o'clock
SMonday afternoon. The conmittee of
hgrls ito charge of -'Mvicligenda II" is
bconposed of' Zada; Henderson, Lena
Sorg, Macclot Downey, Camille Rora-
eck, tad Katharine Weer.
Election of memers of the Michigan-
ten inbard of notr. will, take place
Itoday from 9 to 2'clock.
'Tle, Junior ,classes will vote in teir
repective departmenisa and the placeat
w shich the rlections will hreleld are'a
p- Law-Room 'B, Law uilding.
erLtsrary-Room C, University Hall.
mid Engineering-Room 30.
Medical-West amphitheater.
r- , Denta,.pjarmcy, and homoneopathic-
6- Dental building.
- Fraternities-Room 17, Uiversity
. Hall. C. A. SnEsso,.
trg0 CsoirmnaoMrlgaeisian, Bood of
, 'Control.r

'rof. Hutton Throws New Light m~
on Hlerodotus-Beziat Demon- 0f
strates Phonograph Method. p
Prof.Mtyurice Hutto, of thorUier- a
ty of Toronto, deieredl to exceeditgly 91
tertainitog paper oot 'he 'sit taod tl
isdomoo:of Herodotus," ito Sraht Cas- i
el Atgell Hall last eovtitg. By cv-
ly inserting otmay ity qotoatiots
rotto thortisory of Herodhos toothilus- a
'atitoglis points often bty origial t
tories, he gave a pleasing accontt ofS
terodotus. c
-Prof. Hottoon took tp every phase ofd
terodotos' caracter and its effect upoto
so work, explaining ootsthor sacrifice '
dthoe trotho often adds to the strengthd
4history. "Novels tre better tan hlis-
ry' isotasy ases tectose they give
osh viiol bpictres," he saidh. isoforther1
isetssisg thor vatoor of tictio. "hf°ernroho
is undooerstoodth ort'ogly tto'valoe oft
hie fat that it sill neer hbe possiboe toe
reovoc acioteontootdhibck f ronot hisory.''
After thor adhdress ao soort rehtio
tas heldtiso order to gist everytoe a'
ooance Otooeet Prof Ilttoosoado too i t
tss theoquttotiono.
strootts .0010' 00.Cw tst'tbtttl.
Careful asoothotorouogho teachig othet
lphtabet affords thor stronogest fonodationo
for ao goodotprtouncatio, acrdig tt
Miss Parker, of thor Detroit Central higo
school, wviho reath a paper ott 'Thole ect-
tg 'of Germoant Pronunociation" at thor
last sessiono of thoe Foreigos Lagage
clubt. t"Anoacrteerstptronuncoition is sot
to or extecteod frooso.atclassroomtoeduoca-
tion, tot thor est results witlte reciero
ty showting ttehpuphil toe posto of te
montth, 1010s, teetho toot tnsguet'. too o-
uoooscisg foreign oo trds anod letters.
Mostangage tehers omoitOoe itro-
dutctory chatter of the gratoosotr, tot ito
lis. chaphter twill te founod toe best rles
to apply iso teachisg hroooooocittio. Thor
Amotoercan- petle visualsie oot muochoad
don~'t ose thoir rors. esootglo teir lad
liioosoonciatiooo- of forignsltogoags
owoes front thoeir ack of otservationo too
attentiono to thor soods."
-Modern languages are sore important
and necessary to the professional arers
of no today tan tte popular "det"
laogtages of somse timoe pst.
"I-ow Shall the German Teacher Keep
Alive ?" otts thor sbjet of Prof. H. R.
Broosh, of H~ope college. "Thor sudeot
knoso whte trlis instructor works or
stot toot will suit his work acordingly.
'Te coturse wilt be greatly strengthned
ando enliveed byro la itle accoutstuopon
geographial antI historical points. The
teacher shotuld moake himoself fatiliar
with thriteratoure, customs ad man-
nero of the contry whose tonguage hie
to teachitng."
Prof. Beziat de Bordles expained to
the coofereonce his experimnots wits the
phoonographo ometod of latguage teac-
tg. But-owing to fatlty meochanis,
thoc phonographo imndecdto demsonsrate
a noewnmethod of, faciitatinglatguage
study proved a disappointmerot. The
disinct French accenst were spplanted
by hoarse bozing tond inrticulate gasps
which closely resembled the attempts of
a Norwegian to swear io "Madagaskese."
Thor trouble was dur to an imperfect
record. No sudohodiffllty los been
encountered .hratofore, for the experi-
ments. boorproved almost ooojfrmy
Prof. Beia told somec of his experi-
mneet in teaehing witho the photooorapl,,
Hr said he felt very foolish when.oaol
thoe esitations and ifakes nmade by hit
in speaking into the reod were care-
fully imitated by the pupil. That the
phonographic systemno the whole is a
suceess, was shown by the'fact that ooe
of Prof. Beiat's stdnts is able to
speak Frenohb."as well as any native

renchooto, atd' his pronouociation soas 1 S P R T ,C E
sght hoiostoy the phoographo." DI,~N t N~ x tTO.R L G O
or Sbttt o h Casc"ws F O i tiler of ass article read by Prof. Fred t1 .Sctbeoeam tigfthShol
tasters' cloth yesterday. It woas in praise Hvl~gh Black Closes Lectures with
)fathorotugh stoudy of the Enoglisho hn- Powerful Plea-Crowd Over-
sage anod literature. Prof. Scott's pa-
rr wtasiso the focus of a letter written flows Congregational Church.
)yateachoer of Englisho 4000A.D., whicb - -
ithat tose had beconoe a deadh Ian- Massed to thoe gtllery of the Congre-
otuage. Froms this beginoinog hoe treated rationoal chuorcho, thor crowvd thsat swvarmoed
:e problems of the prescott-day classics to tboe last of lDe. -tugho Black's lecttures
n a noetaphysical smooner. was thor largest attendance registered
"Thse dead languages must he praised during thoe series. Many stoodti tp anod
witho diseriminoation. Thecy arc not so others cvrn owere toorooed awacytot thor
osportanot for nmental drill or cultiva- doors.
ott of the moeomory as is ofteno asserted. "IKingomtssvihh pale tooth withoer. and
Sooch pourposes are sorrely seconodary in .facie, boostOhoretctorch sill toot poerisho,"
eduocationo, whtich tints primoarily at .thr :otclotoeoh lr. Black, "for thoreltoorechit
develhopmnsot of eharacter, and a spirit 'the imoperial thougtot ofUlCist. 'T'he
of trouth, self-relianoce and deocoracy. greatest touoghot of moeto is thor kinsgdon,'
Froms thor stoudy of Engliso classies is o)f God.
terised all these- prin~cip~leSsof life so "We arc to septaraote retigiono fromos it'
toutct desired." e'odtimsenot ito thoretourch," hoe saitd
'l'o thor ustoal claimo thoat it is becatuse "'fle essenoce of religiono is toot tiedl botos
Latino and Greek are dead lanogaages, 'ond foot sith aooy creeot. 'riticisom can
swoose vocabataries are statble, Prof. Scottnot tOoach life. You'ano criticise, hoow



crystallizeotfoormsothat snakes themotbeneo-
'tiil or whoethoer obey are valuoale solely
on0 toccout ofotthor iosiglot giveno ty thoem
inoto the fife of Oboe people. "If sooch isG
bloc caose," hoe concluded, "moore "hetoficilth
results maoty I1w' obtlainedolfromonthor choosei
studty of thor Enoglish class'ics.
-Retohit' anod Rutin'," 110antddress by1
Oitto C. IttoIrcktvardt, oafthoe Utnive rsity'
odealt witho thoe failoure of thec sigh school orei nls ogv h toet
tooequoate apphreciaton of the Enoglisho
classics.' He examinoed 25o0 fesoosesoits.
lois classes foor thoeir idheas of litertuore,1
toot gase Oboe resoolts.
"'blo average stoodeont," toe saoys, "cato
talk floenotly sootetotooot write lois'
otoglits. H th insks onloy of msateriol
facts, atool ooes toot see bloc connooectioon
tot literatoore wsth everydaty omatters.
bligh schoool s'root 0 taughtt tolove of
thor classics, toot hoave striveon in doefiaonce
'of thoe itoclinationos andh natuore of thse
stoodenots too force thsems to accept certaino
standoards tont criticisoms. Thorfoortouitoos
seoqooeoce of thor classics iso thor bigh
schtool cotorse does toot apipeal to thoe
studtenot anod itnstills toothy tooisgoost foor
toll literary tasks."
Mr. Sherpherod, of Michigano, spoke of
the psychoological aspect of thorteaeching
of literttore. The fact that the teacher
omotst start wsith the basic knowlerdge of
the ptuilanod swork top from that by
tossoociationo of itdeas, was emsphasized.
Prof. Btliss, of the Dectroit Univeroity
schsool conocorreth wills Mr. Marckwarlh
toohotObe futility of ther tsual otethods
tofth slrtoody of English. He blamed the
botch of contlinumity iso teachoing anodturgedl
that chidren toe led to a love of litera-
At the conclousion of the moeting Mr.
Bliss spooke iso praise of Prof. Scott's
suoccess iso broadeninog the Enoglish re-
qutireinentso for college entrancre, in New
York recently.
PaOF. 101000000 ON "MIHdItAN VISHtS."°
"Parental Care of Michigao Fiohes"
waso the susbject of an isterroting lecturr
givens by Prof. Jacob Reighoard yeoterday
'afternoon before the S'choolmatotero' chub,
iso Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Colored
lanterno slides helped to make the lectore
entertainoing as well as instructive. Prof.
Reighard took up several speies of the
donoestic fishes of southern, Michigan.
The sunfisho, baso, do'gfiash, and brook'
fobh whicho are all familiar its this part
of the state. were shown and their habits
explained.; Theri.smanner of breeding
was the chief topic of discusoion. Atn
interesting fact in this connection, was
that. thermales are, thor ones, who watch
the eggs and guard 'the brood of youmng
aftr the eggs are hatched.
The. annual ebeetion of officers for the
O Cratorical association will hr held this
noorboisog between 9 and so o'clock, in
SUniversity 14till. Any-,man hoolding Ite
season ticket will be albowed to vote.

if any kindollist's toyitsttotn ivineo'righo.
'sheno a 001000imaogitoes tat.fathbrests
to somo oictomo of sotomo'chouochb,toot
whinthblat odictoom is disporove'd, esery-
thinog goestoy the or ardom . Maoty a manot
is shoipwor'cked'nthiIis sooy.
''bRightl lore in a tutivorsitylikthbis,"
Or-. iBloch conmtinuedoro.inutgitngOheo'stilt
et hoomoe, "is whoere rigioom slohol
fouroisho,if aonywhlere. tolanonevrs cata
or ini soociety oviotoutreligion. ho is toot
'eligiomoor totreligiono. 'When religiono
disaopears.,Oboe countotry tperishoes. Ma-
teriaol protsperity is noot istory;loistoory
Obote histoory of thetas. of idrools, tot coos-
scienoce,-ino othoer woordls, religiono. If
Amero'icai is not gotintbo stando for someo-
thing ito religioto, thenotAmoorica amoutnts
boo otothitog. 'Take Saint,swhoere Mohtis-
tnedantos totnco' hidbtisionos. 'heore Ohio
Fjoest workcts of thoat countotry is Oboe oandoi-
swotch ofthObe i\ltttrs. Cross Oboe strait
moto nuorthoernm Africao, swhore bloc Moors
still aro'. 'They moonoger hoave visionos;
tory stor etrishmeodeveon omateriaolly.
"Thorchoill tot dobt strikeso every
younoog otato, andmo wto'oftemwsocoeeOboe
tragedhytot a manobeoitng crooshmedo wnhoss
to lois ottnrenvironmooento. 'Ibis stage
sreems to tobetootinevitabolerore. We bobk
forward to sonme gooldeot age far in the
past anod too somer goldn age away its
the fotoure. 'This is the day of the Lord.
I wisho oer lad the vusio to see it. You
oboistthlinkh enough; inmagiue enough;
orecamnoutgh. Thois is the choi of the
tLordh. There is too other day foor youo."
Fotor huonodrect Michigan womenoandc
Presidenot Angell will attenod thor secondo
annuosal Michigan womoen's banquet at
Bfarotor gymnasiums tonight. The cc-
ceptioo will begin at 7 o'clock and the
banqoduetaoott8. The gymnasilums will
toe decorated in yehllow and blurehaunting
and class colors, amid attractive programs
will be giveon for souovenirs. Part of
the enotertainmooent with be tarnished by
Oboe girls' glee clot, hcoich will lead its
thor singing of college songs and will also
sinog some other selections. Mrs. Cor-
orbit Hulst, of Grando Rapids, is to be
toastosistress, toot the toasts will hr giveno
by President Angell, Mtay Baker, aond
Ruth Andbersons.
'Tle tickets have all beets solod, 430 itt
all. 1HIowever, there is a possibility that
a few msay be returneod; threfore, anoy-
ne swishing to get one with perhaps boe
able to obtaino it frono Dean Jordban this
morning at Barbotur gymonasiumo, or by
calling nip Miss Kathoerine Dotuglass, the
general chsairmoan of Oboe banqooet com-
noittee, at 1278i-J.
Reprcesntatives of the differenot lan-
iguage clubs orbb nerO Monoday t 4, in
Room y, Tappan Hlall, ho discuss the
proposedl joint otoodeville perfoormncse.


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