100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 10, 1904 - Image 1

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1904-01-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

The Michigan Daily

VOL. XIV.

ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 1904.

No. 72

IUSICAL CLUBS.
Concert to be Given in the OperaI
House at Ypsilanti, Wednesday,
January 13th.-Some New Numbers
Added.
The Glee, Banjo and Mandolin clubs
concert, which was postponed from
December 17th will be given in Ypsi-
lanti next Wednesday evening. By
reason of the clubs' experience dur-
ing the Christmas trip this concertt
will undoubtedly be the finest ever
given in Ypsilanti.1
An innovation has been introduced
in the program in that all three clubs1
will appear on the stage in the Mich-C
igan songs, Yellow and Blue and AnnI
Arbor. Another feature is that classi-
cal songs and operatic selections have;
been dropped and in their stead haveI
been substituted Michigan songs with
"stunts" and comic songs for encores.'
This system was favorably comment-
ed upon by the alumni who heard theE
clubs during their recent tri1.
The musical critic of the Chicago
Record-Herald said that the instru-
mental slobs were excellent, that, in-
deed, the Mandolin club was the best
that Michigan had ever sent to Chi-
cago. While the glee club was not at
its best during the trip, owing to the
fact that only thirteen of the club
were able to go and the Leader, "Bob"(
Parker, was suffering from tonsilitis<
and consequently unable to sing anyi
of the solo parts, nevertheless this'
critic praised the club highly for its
technique and delicate shading. Mr.1
Parker is now recovered and will par-
ticipate in the Ypsilanti concert withi
the full club.
A large number of students will at-
tend the concert and for the accommo-
dation of these specials will be run
over the interurban leaving at 7:15
and 7: 45. The prices for this concert
are 25, 35, 50, and 75 cents. j
The following program will be giv-
en Wednesday night:
PART I.
1. Yellow and Blue-Carmina Michi-
ganensia.
Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs
2. Assembly March-Paul Eno.
Mandolin Club
3. Michigan Football Song - Kirk
Stanley.
Mr. Parker and Glee Club
a. The Bedouin Oriental Patrol-
Edwin F. Kimball..
:Banjo Club
K T~nLP d tn Carmina - Carmina

STUDENT STILL "1E1SNG. CROSS-COUNTRY CLUB. DEBATING TEAMS.
Norris Morton Cannot be Found-Par- Winners of the Cross Country Handi- The Literary and Law Societies Have
ents Receive No News of Lost Boy cap Race to be Given Silver Cups- Both Chosen Their Representatives
-Case is a Puzzler. Sweaters and Caps Awarded-Pros- -Halliday's Oration Well Received.
pects for the Year.
All day yesterday a search was The literary oratorical team which
made for Norris Morton, the missing Director Baird has sent for the sil- wil compete in the finals against the
student who disappeared December ver cups which are to be given to the laws for representation on the team
21 last, but up to late last night the Cross Country Club handicap race to debate with Wisconsin in the neat
worried relatives and friends of the winners of last fall. The men who future, was chosen Friday night. The
youth were unable to secure any clue are to receive the cups are Captain members it the order of rank are:
to his wherabouts. Kellogg of the track team, who made Parry, Kenney and Amberson.
Grave fears are now expressed for the best time; H. L. Coe, second best The literary team is considered a
the safety of Morton, who may have time and G. P. Hall who finished strong one. Parry, the leader, has
met some serious accident or misfor- first. These men together with M. several times won honors as a debater
tune. Telegrams sent to a large num- Daane who made third best time, and has shown much ability as a
ber of places fail to bring any tidings have been awarded C. C. C. caps and speaker. Kenney was last year a
of the student and his prolonged ab- jerseys. It promises well for the member of the team that met Chica-
sence is now considered a serious club's future that all execpt Kellogg go in debate and is especialy capa-
matter. A dispatch from the boy's are freshmen. Coe is from Seattle, ble in this line of work. Amberon,
relatives at Fort Smith, Ark., receiv- Washington, and has never before a sophomore, is a strong member of
ed here yesterday stated that no done anything in the way of athletics the trio and deservedly won a place
trace of the missing youth had been Halt is from Auburn, Maine, where on the team.
secured there. Every effort of par- he ran the quarter mile on the high
ents and friends to locate Morton has school track team. Daane was last. 'he winners in the law debates last
thus far been futile. year on the Grand Rapids high school night between the Webster and Jef-
A theory was advanced last night track team, winning the half mile fersonian societies were Gieb and Col-
that Morton perhaps went to Detroit run and finishing second in the mile ton, Webster men, and Blanchard, a
to get relief from the pain in his in- at the interscholastic meet here last Jeffersinian.
jured foot and entered some hospital spring. While the judges were out J. F. Hal
there, but an investigation disclosed The new men have shown great in- liday delivered his Hamilton oration.
no such person in the various wards terest in cross country running this It was given with fine effect andgreat-
of the Detroit institutions. year and this is fortunate, as every ly pleased the audience. The Michi-
The young man's room-mate can prominent distance runner in the Uni- gan yell and nine rais for Halliday
furnish no light on the strange case versiy execpt Stone will graduate in were given. He leaves tomorrow at
and the mystery of the affair is grow- June. 1:38 for Chicago where he will, deliv-
ing more and niore unexplainable. Secretary Hayes of the club states er his oration before the Hamilton
The search wil be continued, and the that the membership is greater this Club Monday night.
friends of Morton are still sanguine year than that of the previous three
that he will return to college all right. years of the club's existence combin- NO ORATOR YET SECURED.
Whatever the outcome of the case, it ed, and the new members are nearly Again the law students have. delay-
is puzzling all Ann Arbor today. all freshmen. eel securing a speaker for Washing-
It is hoped that thE p. U f award- ton's birthday and again they will
JUNIOR LIT. BANQUET, ing cups to the C. C. C. wi:ers; v probably hav to content themselves
The members of the Junior Literary be continued. Previous-i to the clu. s with some unknown. There have ap-
peared on the University Hall plat-
form on Washington's birthiday such
++++ + + + ++++ +++-- -++ + men as Cleveland, Bayard, Thurston,
T H E Bryan, Towne, Homflower, Butter-
UN iVE riTYi worth and Lenti but naional figures
-, I1PR OFESSOR'S seem hard to get of late.
TRAGEDY W SEVENTEENTH CENTURY OPERA.
"The Golden Apple" was the sub-
ject of the lecture delivered by Pro-
fessor Stanley in the Museum lecture
room Friday afternoon. His talk was
C LUB .. .ATHENS THEATRE illustrated with stereopticon slides
SATURDAY, JAN. 16. on the opera.
"'he Golden Apple" was written by
* . ---- .. ----. -_. * ** ** * Cestian Italian, and is considered one
of the finest specimens of art of the
seventeenth century. It wass present-
class of the university 'will enjoy their organization, Michigan had few good ed for the first time in Vienna where
first banquet of the year next Friday distance runners as compared with it won marked approval from the peo-
night at Oyster Bay. Hugo Sonnen- the fine aggregation she now has and ple and was repeated again and again
schein will be toastmaster, and sever- the change is almost entirely due to Professor Stanley expects to give
al responses will be given. A large cross country running. It has been an illustrated lecture in the near fu-
number of tickets have been sold and shown conclusively that the men will ture on "Parsifal," the opera which
a big attendance at this mid-winter not come out and do the hard work is causing so much criticism.
social event of the Juniors is prom- necessary in training for the race un-
ised, less there is something to work for FORMER STUDENT KILLED.
The banquet supper will begin and Mr. Baird's action in deciding to Among the victims of the Iroquois
promptly at 7:30. Tickuts may be se- give the cups is a well-merited recog- theatre disaster was Susie Sell, a
cured of the social comittee: Cook, nition of the valuable services of the student of the School of Music here
Perry, Fritz Miller, Clarke, and Cross Country Club to University ath- four years ago. She was killed in
Baley. letics. the panic at the theatre on the fatal
MRS. JORDAN ILL. Wednesday afternoon. She was a
Mrs. Frederick Jordan is confixned CANDIDATES NOMINATED. teacher in Chicago.
to her home with a mild attack of According to the constitution of the INNOCENT MADS.
diphtheria. Mrs. Jordan spent her Athletic Association, the candidates
holiday vacation in Louisiana. When for football and interscholastic mana- At the Athens Theatre on Monday
she was in New Orleans on her way gers must be nominated at least one and Tuesday evenings, Manager T. W.
home, she was taken with a severe week previous to the election. Cap Dinkins will present the famous burl-
sore throat which the doctor assured tain Heston today nominated Bert esque and vaudeville organization, the
her was quinsy. Mrs. Jordon reached Montgomery for football manager and "Innocent Maids" in a bill which, it
Ann Arbor Tuesday, January 5th, in the three captains, football, baseball, is promised, has never been 0%rpass-
the evenings and as her throat had track captains, nominated Harry Wier ed. The entertainment commensep
grown rapidly worse, she consulted for interscholastic manager. with side-splitting farce called "The
Dr. Vaughan at once. Dr. Vaughan Magic Hat," and introduces some of
diagnosed the case as diphtheria and the top-liners in the vaudeville field.
began at once the anti-toxine treat- DR. VAUGHAN WILL SPEAK. Among the specialists who will be
ment which has proved very sucess- Tonight at the regular meeting of seen are the great Irish wits, Foley
ful. Mrs. Jordan has been quaran- the Young Men's Christian Associa and Dale; the Southern Nightengale,
tined with a nurse ever since earlytio, Dr. V. C. Vaughan, of the Univer- Louise Satour; the queens of songand
Wednesday morning. She hues not .io.,dance, Blackufordl and West; Conwell
sity, wil speak on "The Religion of
been to her office and consequentlystiteE yon teUniofr and Hunter, and the Garden Trio. A
has seen none of the students so that . Every man in the Univer- novelty entirely unlike anything seen
has een one f te stdent so ha ity is invited to attend.y
it seems unlikely that the disease wills t in a show of this kind will be "A
spread. Mrs. Jordan is improving rap- - Study in Art," which requires for its
idly, Yale is to have three professional presentation ten separate scenes.
coaches for baseball. William Mur- The closing feature will be George
FOOTBALL GAME. phy, Captain of the Yale nine of '92 Totten Smith's clever burlesque, "A
A football game has been arranged and later shortstop of the New York Lottery Ticket." The full strength of
between Cornell and the University National League is to be head coach. the company is utilized in this clever
aatir

of Indiana. The game will be played Frank Donahue, the American league e
the first of next season, probably at pitcher for Cleveland, and "Billy"
Indianapolis. Lush, outfielder for the Detroit Amer- The Michigan Daily delivered the
Indiana's prospects were never bet- ican League team are to be the other remainder of college year for $1.25.
ter than they are the coming season, two coaches. Phone 461. tf.

J. auaes at qu e iia ~rum
Michiganensia.
Glee Club
6. Starlight Serenade-Grickert.
Manulin Club
PART 11.
1. That Little Peach Neidlinger.
Glee' Club
2. Our Director (March) - Bigelow.
Banjo Club
3. Elixer jurentatis (Drinking Song)'
-Carmina Michiganensia.
Glee Club
4. Dance of the Skeletons-Allen.
Mandolin Club
5. Ann Arbor-Carmina Michigan-
.ensia. .
Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs.
NOTICE.
The annual meeting of the Athletic
Association will be held in University
Hall Saturday, January 1i6th, at 1:30
p. m. for the election of Treasurer,
Financial Secretary, Football Manager
and Interscholastic Manager.
GEORGE P. SWEET,
President.
FRESHMEN ENTERTAINED.
The reception at Newbery Hall
Friday night was a very enjoyable oc-
casion. The students of each depart-
ment in turn interested the Fresh-
men. Two rubber boots represented'
the greatest feat of the Engineers, a
"stiff" room filled with the genuine
"stiff" scent represented the Medics,
while the legal profession was dis-
graced by a trial of the unfortunate
who attended the Fancy Dress Ball.
The jury was composed of ladies and
naturaly he was sentenced ti a soror-
ity house.
The Michigan Daily delivered the
mainder of the college year for $1.25.
Phone 461. tf.

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan