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May 01, 1908 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EDITORS
News' ............Chauncey }ouche
Athletics...............Lee A Whitp
Athletics, Assi..... C. E. Eldridg'
Exchrange ...... Robert ountsier
Music... -............ Roy D. Welch
tlrama ..............Donal H. Haines
Women's Editor... Loise Van Voorhis
EDITORIAL STAF
Russell McFarland
NIGaT EDITORS
Raymond Visseher Leonard C. Reid
"WORTMS
M. B. McHugh J. H. Prescott
Lowell . Carr Donald L. Kinney
Water K. Towers Louis Kraft
Lewis T. Kniskern Robert Moreland
Pant Greer Samuel H. Morris
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Threrorn P. Cooper E. G. C. Williams
A. L. Hainine
* BUSINESS STAFF
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FRIDAY, MAY I, 98.
'Farr(a at last!t Ma cay and Fair
a; for ay day is in reality a Fair
'lay 11ow. Not for years, and ut twice
before il the history of mankind, has
such a lay as this dawned upon the
wrord. Wotld you know why? Sau-
ier dlowni East University avenue after
inch this n001. Would you know
whti'E? tnter either gymnasium after
tiiiieh this evening. Heig-o' The
gayety and1( joy of it all! Lights bla-
ing! Banners streaming!t Booths re-
spitendent ini holiday deckings!l Carmt-
ig maiiid1ens5charmtingly attired-beauty
Hying thl itef!t Joy ill the air, joy
nievery hart, joy everyshere!
Seriosy, tie third Msichigan Contiyt
haireopens at 7 o'clock this eening in
both gymnirasitimls. For te third tie
isi years opportnity is afforded all
.\ietigan sud(ets to rtbisotlders so-
ciattly011 a tlmue ofablsolttCetquaity.
1i ery tbarrier to perfect harmoty and
frateriity stouilc be, atd here will be,
tlen docwn. Pleasure, recreation, pure
miunseiliclt-anid all the abandon neces-
sary for their realiation-shotld be the
iwattwrs of tie hour. Incidentally
id cer iactuaintnce, a stroger fellos-
fetling. a solicarity of symipaty and
iniret, wil ieviably tbcobtained.
W ih these te ojecs aid these the
certain results cf attendance at the
Corl Fa'Ecir, hw will it be possible for
mnyine to dtay away?
Obtserve tat the sait all the abandon
ncessary. No more. Wen tie spirit
f fun gross rampant, the spirit is liable
io ciiiiiiit excesses. May the Spirit of

Fun hr the gu.ardian deity of the Fair.
But imay it. inifestationsle controlled
by antother andi a nobler spirit-Mbich-
gans Spirit !
TsF AR rSITY.'v ocitts'r.
When Madam Schuman-Hfeink called
Ann Arbor the Bayreuth of America she
had good grounds for her statement.
But not content with such a reputation.
wec are still pushing forsard' to make
Ani Arbor one of te musical centers
of the couritry.. -This year has seen te
addition to our musical attractions of a
,Universily orchestra. Such an orgai-
zation shoulcd be encouraged by every
possible rmcts It encoirages musicians
to come to An rbor whlere tey can
play in a torougly orgaiizec aid effi-
cient orchestra
Too muchel credit cannot be given to
Samuie P. Locksood wvho ias reorgan-
ized atd drilled te orchestra. Leader-
ship is the quality whitch hols together
aind gies life to a body of musicians.
This quality tAir. Lockwood possesses i,
a renarkable degree. Through his ef-
forts this year an orchestra has been
deseloped whichi promises to e oie of
the most useful and fa-reacling benefits
to Anni Arbor and the University.
"MICHIGAN? GREAT"
SAYS GO. JOHNSON
"Oh, you have a great utiversity,"
said Gov. Johnson ii an interiew las
night. "This is surely a great educa-
titonal center. \We ot in Minnesota
respect you itellectually, and of course
athletically, ecause you have swhippdi
us so many times. in many respects
I thiiik Michigan is better than the
Uniiiersity of. Minnesota, aid I oly
wish so mny young men out there
didn't think the same thing."
PROF. LORCH WILL LECTURE
ON FRENCH ARCHTECTURE
Le, Cercle Dranatique Francais has
secured Prof. Emil orh, head of the
department of arcitcturer, to deliver a
lecture Saturday evniriig, -May 23, ii
Sarah Caswell :Angell Hal, oirtie sub-
ject of "Fretrch Arcitecurer."
Prof. Lorca will soss a large nm-
her of views of cathedrals, Fric bild-
ings. both pblic ard private. airc other
struictures reimarkable ecaise of their
architectural styles. Some of tie slides
which willte trown oii tescreen are
particularly iteresin~g because of their
artistic effects. The lectre will iot e
highly techn~ical in ntre.
SENIOR LAWS HONOR
PRO. J. . BREWSTER
Prof. J. H. Bresster_ is to he tie
faclty memibr oicred by'tie senior
laws in their class memiuorial tis year.
It has long bent the cstonr for te
senior lasws to haig te portrait of a
lass factlty meimnber in tie lirrry rporr
graduation aid tie class again accepccd
it ithtie meeting yesterdayit uerioo.
It sas also voted to make tie usal
trip to the state capital after tie Jnie
examinations.
SM-SH-SM.-For men oly, at the
Coutnty _Fair. 53-4

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Torrighnt Adrian H. Lancdrmin, 'o81.
-winnelr of tire Uinisversitv orrrtoricmrl cuir
test, meets represernatives of six othrer
univerrsitieso in the annual coralog of
the Northern Oratorical league at Iowca
City. The subject of Mr. Landmran"s
oratiorn is "Ourr Duty to the Sioux," tire
same orarioni withr shich hewonoirthe
University contest. Besides MT. Land-
man, men from the Universities of Ciii-
cago, Iowa, Minnesota, Northwestern.
Wisconsin, arid Oberlinr college will par-
ticipate.
Prof. 'T'rrreblood arrd F. B. McKay,
alternate for iiciiigarn,swill accomoparny
Mr. tLarndrmarn. After the. contest, rhe
Delta Sigmra Rhro fraternity swill give
a bariquret to tire participants, at whiich
Mr. McKay hras been invited to speakm.
Tire Northern O~rarcirical league s
organized at Ann Artior in 189o, arid
thg first corrtest seas held iii r89r. In
1901-Corrgressrmarn Frairk 0. Lcwdern,
of Illinois, endowed it wvithr $3,500 Tire
interest cif this sumri goes to proside
the testirmorrials of $too arnd $ o whiicti
are givert to the raerriinrg first arid
secornit honrors respectively.
Out of severnieen contests Michriganr
has swott nirre first hrornors, one second.
aird four tirrcs.
MUusic anb Mratna
Yiviarr Martiir played tire tinle role ot
"Peter Parr," created biy Mauce Acdrms,
in a creditable mnariner. tier iriterpreta-
lion is a close imitaticocit Miss Adams'
fflayimng, irot an citire strccess as a ciipy,
hurt satisfactory. Tire entire prodctciorr
is inuchr above that of the average sec-
ond comrpanry, inr rmost respects irlayed
by careful and cormpeteirt actors arid
staged irrichr like tire origirral. (O1thre
play it hras brer said by ariitoritatise
critics, "It is tire iest inr tiermocderri
Englishr craria,"tint not everymone has
tire heart to riricerstanrd it. Of ttiose
who cioinotutnrrcerstarid rrndccornsequreritl
doc rot like it, Prcof. Wener ocre sail.
"Throse wh-to rail Peter Parr cnrire bioshr,
I call eirtire asses."
NOTICE-REAL MO4NEY, N0T
CIIECKS, IS NECESARY AT THE
FAIR TONIGHT. NO ChE1'CKS
\V!LL 1liERECEIYIt).
CHARLES 1'. WINSlEADAl.

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