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f MICH16AN lAILVo

r THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
IGo Ha Wild Colupally A-ana g ditor-ARCHEoc . RTHE
I Business Manager-C. E. WINSTCAD.

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AT
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EDITORS
News....... .....Chauncey Boucher.
Athletics...............Lee A White,.
Athletics, Ass't... C. E. Eldridlge
Exchcange....... Robert Mountsier
Mirsic...........Roy D. Welch
D~rama .......Decal H. Hoines
WVomen's Editor... Louise Van Voorhis
EDIORoIAL. STAFF
Rurssell McFarland
NIGHT EDITORS
Raymondic Visscher Leocard C. Reid
Nt. iB. McHutgh J. H. Prescott
Lowell J. Carr Donald L. Kinney
Walter K. Towers Louis Kraft
Lewis T. Kntiskern Robert Moreland
PattI Greer Samuel H. Morris
Otto Engel Fred E. Gooding
1heo . Cooper E. G. C. Williamos
- A. tL. tairtirie
BUSINESS STAF
John F. Wurr Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Gould
Address : MICHIGANe DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
SUNDAY, APRIL 26, tpoff.
fliii tooaheconquering be roes !For
the ciilt ittct time n ittmay years .'-licti-
gas l hastriumtphedclovert- the tick (if tthe
east ltet'Penitsytsvania inivitationrmtur
on hratlinfildtt. For ficc years Keeite
Pitz patrick took: a tearoriteotteeemy's
cun try. arid try citriecutire victories
focdtie rist ttrecognwite fact tht
ini tract: athttetics, if int notting more,
\iih nis thepccrofanytintheii
lietraits-Allrgiheiny institutions cart
prtottce. Aftercronitcentrating alt its enc-
ttis i ttarontthte four-trite, roping
toi retieive.iMicttigant of tthe oft-wort
chnpotuipth eitcst fintalrydecided to
let Nic dgan taretheirtrtaccity tcfatult,
preferrintoeter teet-ents itt wtiicth
the resutlt s not tdccictcttitt advance.
IM( hreriy IFitzpatrick wis.toormuictt
for thcimi.andt witthornty a seetk's w-arn-
ieg drevcelopedtia tearrowhtich toyed
ith ithlii-twro-miile teanis of tire rival'
schoolstereby adiing anrotther chamn-
pionshiitiptbanter to tire collection tress
de-o-rating-thettctrophy rooc. Irrident-
tlty Anti Artbor hitck hops sihotuld thrivr
ot tt the nwstutptyofecatcires svhicho
itill blimpiotitrtctd owtertthe victorietus
qitieI arrivecs ihore.
Ther teua wsrittuicrriby-the Michriganr
tCetrali this cafteroon, reachirng Anti
Arb or at 2 :40.' By their phernornenalt
-t-rt.itt upholding tte hotter of the
colors luey. sere carryitng, eactt of tire
tic-itornttic squtad descrves a roursirng
iweitcote, anti it is onlty fitting tihat tire
sltdernts tmeet tihem-rnot with red fire
andtot irchecs, perhaps-bttt with hand-
shaes arid corngratulationts wich twill
choutttr appreciation of their efforts.

Ct.sr u'C11OtocctcoxS VrscrCATt.
Tire fordest opes of te nst en-
thuisiastic advocates of tie college pro-
duciorn of classic plays hae-cenr far
surpasser. Friday ight's productiort of
"Minrnat von Barnhelm"till be recorded
ho the annals of Michigan dramatics as
ac occasion oton wshich student actors
splendidly rmet thc difficulties of a great
classic. We have bee encouraged by
tire generous critic who has advocated
tire productiotn of classics to believe that
esen if se did fail in doing justice to
thc vehicles of performacce see would
be ftrthering a trble cause ito maintain-
ing a real irrerest ir he classics for
their ownsttake. Nosy se ave gone a
step fartier. It tis beert proved possi-
tle tot orly to raise orr own ideals by
contact witir great dramoas, but also tci
give productiorns itt wirihtte sorks
terrsetvcc tre capably cnpoitned. To
be very tecmpertie te Dctscier Vereirt
gas-c a rottiniraristic adci wortiy rerdi-
tiont tf Lessirg's play. Perforrmaces
of like mrerit have bett gien i Arrc
Ariror before ard cart ie givern again.
It is roelornger necessary to justify ore
interst in tiermaterpieces by saying
that a worrtiy iterest will ie arotsed.
'Te perftrtmances, nl tirgs crnsidered,
jutsify thermselves. T further thecacse
tif dramatics telargage cusreet
tunscontriuue tie stor sit swel iegn.
Ottt ttAtti 'S Rcoeiczc,.
We arc proud te ackneledge the
honoirrs wh-iicir tther istitutins of lart-
uing arecocnrferrintg uptirt our graduates.
Tire tert fronthtie prfessional schools
and te literary tepartrenrt wtho win
felosh-itps and scolarsiips in other
scoos bring the greatest possible credit
upthir ieir owtntcnitvsersity. But ittsiite
of tre pleasire ifthis recgitir.
airoait, we cannortithelp felig regret
iliaCtse iae ro roears of keepirg tese
briliant rrernat ihorre. Whtlyihasen
st- inre fellowsh-iips of ettur eon sp-
ported iy iuniversity- founrdatirs? It
is geeraliy cttncededthtat a strog
gradusate' sciool is oerotf tie most p-
tetnt influenrces itt tpiroldiing a sciels
irestige. Yeroutirott-prromisig grat-
uates are takert fromrois iy motre ger-
erousrivntal. Nore troney jtrticiosly
aptpied ithiat directiort wtulcd do rmtcit
toi reairt ineor owrroy termen we
tat-c traiined ard it woiuld brirg to ts
chosen storkers frontoter scools. We
tare rttos gratitates of iigh aiility'
worinig here, of core-it not se
many as we shold ae. We can pro-
tittertete. Iftwe Iac funrds to scp-
tort tiemtte culdi kepthiem here ard
reap tiebinefteit of tieir adsanceci lahrs
anrd intresigationrs.
FF];Ri-SONAS m N5IVAItMr Byet ALPHtA'i tNi.
the debating teamr of iihe Jeffersoniar
law society wert down 1o defeaitat
ightty a iunanimtous decisiort of the
judges itt favor of tie earn representing
tie Atpia No society. In tie final cp
debate to e held sotme time in May, the
winrning team, composed of H. Rotel,
J Deros ard W. Lane.till meet the
rmerrbiers of te-Adelphi society wo
were tie victors in Friday night's con-
test with the Websters.
Rent a Kodak-to cents per day.
w-f-s Lyndon.

tCorntined fromr Paerinert
rinig twiichrlire thrrewrfttr atovetheti
first basemnar's Iheatd. Itthncecciterrottit
the shortstop juggled the btall too tong
and let K~elley on arounrd to third from
whiichr place the tallied a riuir thertDirtiti
rapped art easy orre and got to first ott
tire first iraseman's error.
Againt in tire eighthr Figgic threw wsilti
anrd let Wheeler sprint aroirnd le third
before tire ball got tback fito tte dir-
mornd. Kelley mrade a pretty sarifice
ht and btrought George safely-borne.
Tire clever way Figgie tmarragedt Ket-
Irs-s lirrer inthie sixth, atndiris btrctiiftul
runrnring catcih of Giddinrgs' focti fly-itt
tire sev-erntht dress-tireaplautite oithti
farts, triteforced himitottdoiff tris cattt
itt ackrrtowledigetmetotf thrciraptritrak-
tiont.
Strairgely rittiughrtire gatrit-vit on
of shrert drives, ftorroot a itter iris
strong ernoutgh to ftorce tire otutfielcders
back. Only- a fews-eaisy flirsts-crcsiftedl
amrong thrim.
'Tire figtures :
cItCeiTGA. AD stRt t I[ P A
Sullivranor .....ef 4 t0ti0 0 o0 it
Gitidirngs, 3b..t -...4 i0 2 t 0
M ellon. If....... .. c. cc 0 i0 it
Witeeler, ef-.....4 1 0 0 0 0i
Kelley, b.it- - -..3 t 0 2 71
Dunce, ith----------. 30 0 tO t1it
Patersert, so -.....3 0 1 t 2 0
Enzerrutlu, c..-...3 0 rt t1t t0
B~arr, p.....- - .-.3 0 2 21t i

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CONCE[RI
High School Hall
May 5, 8:15 P. M.
LAST
FACULTY CONCERT
High School Hall
Thursday Evening
May 7

The Students' Lecture Association
THE MAJESTY OF T HE LAW
BY
-GOY.*JOHN A. JOHNSO*N
OF MINMESOTA
Thursday, April 30, 1908, at 8:00 P. M.
UNIVERSITY HALL
Reserved Seats - 50C
AUl seats will be reserved.' Tickets may be secured at the
Bobt Qce, University Hall, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday between 5 and 6 P. M. and Thursday between 7 and S
P. X, Michigan State Telephone, University Exchange 68.

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