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heMichigan Daily
VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1903. No. 65
[UROPEAN fELLOWSIUIP. COLUIBIAN OROAN. CHORAL UNION. MUSICAL CLUBS.
The Association of Collegiate Alum History of the Pipe Organ In Univer- Successful Concert Given Last Night First Concert Tomorrow Night at Yp-
nae Announce the Establishment sity Hall-It Was the Original -Soloist Wins Favor With the silanti-Special Cars on the Mot-
of An European Fellowship- World's Fair Organ. Audience-Chorus Work of or Line will Accommodate the
Rules of Competitio. Exceptional Merit. Ann Arbor Crowd.
There are few among the students
The Association of Collegiate Alum- of the University who have not listen- The Choral Union will certainly The Michigan Glee, Mandolin and
nae is desirous of encouraging the ed to the great organ in University give Christmas concerts in the future Banjo Clubs of 1903 will make their
pursuit of advanced courses of study Hall, but there are many who know if the success of last night's program initial bow tomorrow night at Ypsi-
among women graduates of colleges. little or nothing of its history. Some was expected to determine whether lanti. The concert given at that time
It therefore proposes to devote five even are ignorant of the fact that such concerts should be given each will be identical in every respect with
hundred dollars every year toward this is the same Organ that was used December. .The audience at no time that which they will render during
paying the expenses of some young during the World's Fair at Chicago failed to show its appreciation of the Christmas trip, and will' aff:rd
woman who wishes to carry on her in all the great concerts and musical the efforts of the singers. Each num- an optIortunity to the many stueets
studies in a foreign country. Applica- festivals. At that time it was the her when finished was hailed with not residing in towns touched on the
fions for this fellowship will te re- Largest and finest pipe organ in the great applause. trip, of hearing the clubs.
ceived by any member of the com- world. When the exposition closed The soloist, Mrs. Osborne-Hannah, A large number of students and Ann
suittee having it in charge. The can- the organ was offered for sale. After proved immediately the wise ch-fle Arbor townspeople will attend the
didates must be graduates of colleges much consideration a contract was made by the management in selecting concert, and for the accommodation
belonging to the association, and ap- signed on Dec. 1, 1192, with the Far- her. Her rendition of the aria from of these specials will be run over the
plications for the year 1904-1905 must rand & Votey Organ Co., of Detroit, Messiah entitled "Rejoice Greatly" interurban leaving at 7:15 and 7:45,
be handed in before February 1, 1904, and seven months later the organ called forth much enthusiasm. In the The prices for the Ypsilanti concert
The fellowship will be awarded only stoodl completed in Festival Hall. course of the evening she responded are 25, 35 50 and 75 cents
to candidates who give promise of dis During the exposition it was played twice with selections which greatly The clubs have been iracicing con-
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tinction in the subjects to which they by the most distinguished organists increased her favor with the audience. sistently for over a month and are in
devote themselves. It will be the aim of America and E rip. The chorus opened the program the best of shapeI. i fact the Glee
of the committee to appoint the can- The thought that the University of with the famous choral of Praetor- Club is the best in years. Owing to
didate who is best fitted for the lusit Michirgan should have a large organ ius; the Colutbian organ manipilat- the form of examination of candidates,
tion through original gifts, previous had its inceptin iin the mind of Pro- ed by M, Renwick, being used as ac- the, club represents the best uvocal
training, energy, power of endurance fessor Henry S. Friezee' and it was comapaniment. Most of the Christmas talent in college, and under the efi-
aid health. To this end they will re' largeldue to his efforts and those songs were tiaccompanied. The con-. cient direttion of "Bob" Parker, has
ceive applications in writing from -l- of Ii-he University Musical Society that cluding number, Menelssohn's "As reached a high degree of proficiency.
gible candidates, who will present, as the organ was purchased by the so- Pants the Hart" made manifest the An innovation is introduced this
clearly as possible, their claim to the ciety in June, 1894 excellent drill which the chorus had year in that only Mich'cigan songs will
fellowship. A competitive examina- The rebuilding of the trgan in its been subjected to by Professor Stan- be rendered as the regular numbers
tion will be held, but th bestowal of present location engaged a force of ley. In such a heavy production a n nit the program, thus maitainitg the
the fellowship will be based upon skilled workmen for over five months, orchestra is hardly dispensable; the true college character of the club.
evidence of the candidate's ability, and at last on Dec. 14, 1894, the organ great organ with all its power, though "Bob" Parker will take the solo parts,
and of her prospect of success in her was formally presented to the tniver- aiding greatly, did not suffice as ac- In the Mandolin 'lub twelve of the
chosen line of study. Such evidence sity by the Musical Society. companiment for the large chorus. players hild Ilaces last year, and the
will naturally consist of (a) her icol- The dedication of the organ was Last night's concertpromises a new material is of good quality, The
lege diploma; (b) testimonials as to one of the greatest events in the his- great success in May when the Fes- Banjo Club, though composed almost
superior ability and high character tory tof the University. There were tival occurs. The chorus members entirely of new men, is not far be-
from her professors and other quali- special rates offered by the railroads are all enthusiastic over their work, so hind the others in quality.
fled judges; (c) satisfactory evidence and peole came from all parts of the that practice for the May Festival Following is the program to be giv-
of thoroughly good faith; (d) a state- state. The tickets sold sup as high as will begin in earnest after the holi- en tomorrow night and on the trip.
nuent of the work in which she propos $5 and the hall was crowded. days. The Festival program will in- ROGRA.
es to engage subsequently; (e) last Speehts were given by President An- rlude "Carmen" and the "Dreams of Part One.
and of chief imuortance, examples of gil, Governor Rich antI General Al- Gerontius." . Yellow and Blue-Carmina Mhi-
her scientific or literary work in the ger, and then followed an organ recit- ganesia,
form of papers or articles, or accounts al by Professor Stanley. The cere- Glee Club.
of scientific investigations which she motiny ended by the singing of Old ENGINE REPAIRS. 2. Assembly March-Pall Eno.
has carried out. The fellowship will Hlundred by the entire audience. The repairs ou the disabled engine Mandolin Club.
not usually be granted to those who - -- at the Power House are progressing . Michigan Foot Ball Sounug - Kirk
are intending to take up the practice DIPHTHERIA AT HARVARD. rapidly, so that it will be ready to Stanley
of any of the three learned profes- Diphtheria has been found to exist generate lighting power after the hol.- Mr. Parker and Glee Clb.
sions, though such are not formally at Harvard college, five cases being iday vacation and possibly before that 4 'fi lBedouin Oriental Patrol Ed-
excluded from the competition; it will developed so far, and one of them has time. Two specialists from the fac- wit F, Kendall.
rather be bestowed upon those who resulted -fatally. It is rumored that tory-where the engine was made are Banjo Club.
are looking forward to positions as the faculty may close the college al- here at work on the repairing. The 5. Laudes atque Carmina-Carmina
professors and teachers and to liter- thoughi they deny any such action. enginehas been taken to pieces and Mihiganesia.
ary and scientific vocations. The fel. Telegrams from anxious parents all the old harts tested and a few Glee Club.
lowship will in general be held for are pouring in with commandsfortheir I new ones substituted where they were 6. Starlight Serenade-tfuckert.
one year; but in an unusually prom. sons to leave at once for home. As a needed, so that future disaster may be Mandoihn Club.
ising case the term mey be extended result many are packing up and leav- avoided. The cause of the recent
at the discretion of the committee. ing in a hurry. breakage is not yetknrown. The ques-- Part Two.
BESSE BRDWEL HELER,7. Carpe Dem-Carmina Michigan-
MESSIE BRADWELL H ElMER I thou of who pays for the cost of no- Crue im-a in Mchg-
VACATION ANNOUNCEMENT. pairing can not be determined until esia.
1428 Michigan ave., A notice is posted in the Womn's it is settled whether the disaster was Glee Club.
Chicago, Ill. League Room, requesting all college due to any defect in construction or . Director, March-FR. Bigebow
FLORENCE M. CUSHING, women, who are to remain in Ann Ar- not. Banjo Clui.
8 Walnut street, bor during the holidays, to register _ht.19. Elixer Juventatis (rinking sng)
with Dean Jordan. It is customary, -Carmina Michiganesia.
Boston, Mass. YOST RETURNS TODAY. Glee Club.
FRNCS . WAN, when most people are away, during Ge lb
FRANCES M. SWAIN, vacation, for the women to gIVe some Coach Yost will arrive in Ann Ar- 10. .Dance of the Skeletons-Ths.
Swarthmore, Pa. entertainment for those who are com bor this morning from the East. As S. Allen

pilled to stay in toWn, and this year he has been away in the East since Mandolin Club.
ACCIDENT AT CORNELL. is evidently to be no exception. the Thanksgiving game, his retuwn 11. Ann Arbor-Carmina Michigan-
A coasting accident at Cornelluni-will be watched with interest. Es- esia.
A ayn csnt elivet o su- Paul R. Digky, '06 Lit., will be dig- pecially will this be so in view of the Glee Club.
versity may cost the lives of two stu-
dents. While roasting down fue steep charged from the regular hospital numerous, rumors in the papers of an E. F. Parker, Leader.
hill, known as the Buffalo Hill, they within the next few days. Mr. Dickey Eastern game for next year's team. The personel of the Clubs is as fol-
ran ito a curb stone to avoid a small was taken ill two months ago and al- Doubtless he will have many interest- lows:
ranithoacustoanderavdl slinthough hue will return to college next ing facts to tell about the Eastern Management-John W. Watling, Man-
boy- w ith a usledandwr adn- semester, he will be forced to drop Universities and their opinion of the ager, Martin D. Verdier, President,
bjre e ingfhed stner- athletics. Dickey was a promising Western teams. W. B. Roberson, Asst. Manager.
from Chicago. s backfield candidate for the 'Varsity Yost will sit with the football team GLEE CLUB.
squad this fall and competed in last at noon today for their annual pie- First Tenor-Norvell Mullen, E. H.
year's track events. - t - - ' tre. After the group Is taken, the Frothingham, J. .L'. Berry, C. A.
Arthur Curtis was formally chosen . election, of next year's captain will Fuller.
as coach of the 1904 fotball team by Pennslyvania spent $13,,lQ for row- take place. Tonigrt at the football Second Tenor-M. L. Wiley, B. H.
the Athletic Board at the University ing last year and contributions to the banquet Yost will deliver a toast on Montgomery, F. M. Brennen.
of Wisconsin, same amounted to less than $440, the team. (Continued on page 3.)

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