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March 10, 1904 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ing your efforts, these are powerful
_aids to snatch victory from defeat.
Entered as second-class matter at.the Ann Michigan has no idea of being de-
Arbor Post Ofilce. feated, but when her representatives
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the have a hard proposition before them
college year, at 117 E. Washington street, it is the duty of every student to give
(basement floor, side entrance) Phone 8W-3r them his utmost aid. At the meet
Sa eN -- HMAO ain hol r oaperi oy
MANAGING EDITOR: Saturday night the different organi-
S. EMORY THOMASON zations should try to appear in a body.
BUSINESS MANAGER: The meet should take on the appear-
ROSCOE B. HUSTON ance of a monster mass meeting. No
As we have too large a___amntrasmeig.N
A v abetter time can be found for practic-
stock of fancy ED:- on K. WALTON ing the song "Ann Arbor," to the fa-
stock of fancyAthletis. --EDIORS: . ALO
News,- - - - - J. &.BALEY miliar tune of "Die Wacht am Rhein."
ASSOCIATES: Members of the Glee Club have sig-
SUITINGS AND Clifford Stevenson, Roy Peebles. nified their willingness to attend and
A. M. Graver, Henry P. Erwin lead in the singing, so now is the op-
TROUSERINGS A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer. portunity of beginning the track meets
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More. in proper style with a first rate send-
Ida M. Brownrigg. . Waite Jayne. off.
on hand we will isell Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Harry H. Andrews. Alfred B. Koch.
them at reduced prices Thomas B. Roberts. Clyde L. Dew. In view of the change in the hour
BUSINSS SAFF: for Mr. Bryan's lecture on Saturday
to make room for our BUSINESS STAFF: in order that there will be no conflict
9C. A. Thompson. WNm. It. Lloyd
Spingand Summeor M. S. Koblitz . H. K. Latourette. in attractions, it may be pertinent to
Spring Thos. L.Fekete call attention to the tact that such
Woolens. Be sure and Editor Today--J. Y. KERR. a change would have been preposter-
--ous ten or fifteen years ago. Then it
call in before you place Subsription-Two Dollars per year, payable in would have never entered a lecturer's
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1, 19)3, $2.00 mind to contemplate changing the
your order.,a AA hour for his lecture to suit an athletic
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 event. As for professors missing a
p. m. Daily. lecture for an indoor meet, such a
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTIN, Business Man- thing would have been unthinkable.
G WIL O ager, r Packard Street. For a professor to give up an intel-
108 E. WASNINOTON STREET. Telephone. 461. lectual treat for an athletic contest
would have been considered almost
___" ""00N10 oLABEL as bad as desecrating the Sabbath.
NN N How far opinion boo changed in re-
gard to these matters may be judged
CALENDAR. from the remark of a professor who
2rsaid that if the two attractions came
M off at the same time he believed that
March 10-Thursday evening- The el a s would nBryan.
Evidence from Distribution." Mr. ao many professoro would attend the
Adams, Museum lecture room, mea ol erByn


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March 10-Choral Union renearsai.
March 10-8 p. m.-Cercle Francais.
Dramatic entertainment, in Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall.
March 11-Southern Club smoker at
Nichol's Hall, 324 S. State street.
March 11-4 p. m.-Address on "The
Rural School of the Future," by
Hon. Delos Fall, at Tappan Hall.
March 11-Choral Union concert by
Adele Aus der Ohe.
March 11-'05 Medic party at Bar-
or gymnasium.
March 11-7 p. mn-Lecture by Pro-
fessor Shailer Mathews on "Pur-
pose and Character of the Gos-
March 11-7 p. m.-Bird Club meeting
in the Museum.
March 12-Adress by Hon. Wm. J.
Bryan, in University Halt.
March 12-First Regiment Meet.
March 12-4 p. m.-Address by Wm.
J. Bryan, in University Hall.
March 13-7:30-Hobart Guild Lec-
ture by Rev. Frank DuMoulin.
The first big indoor meet of the sea-
son will take place next Saturday
evening at Waterman gymnasium. The
result is problematical. The First
Regiment of Chicago has a very
strong team; some of its members
hold records for the events for which
they are entered; all are carefully
selected and are well trained veterans.
This is a situation which calls for
earnest work upon the part of the
"Rooters". The men who represent
Michigan on the track team look to
the student body for support; it is
half the battle. Systematic rooting,
inspiring college songs, an eager crowd
of your fellow students intently watch-

It is now definitely decided that the
Choral Union will go to the St. Louis
Exposition as a product of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. At a meeting of
those who had signed pledges to go
on the trip, Professor Stanley, the di-
rector of the Choral Union, said that
he felt confident that the Chorus
would make a good showing. He ask
ed those who remained after the reg-
ular rehearsal who had signified their
intention of going, to sing selections
for him from the Dream of Gerontius
which it is intended will be sung at
St. Louis. The chorus did this so well
that Profesor Stanley was highly
He said that the invitation to the
chorus to sing at the Exposition had
aroused considerable interest all
through Michigan. Many singers from
neighboring cities have sent in re-
quests that they be allowed to enter,
and have asked how many rehearsals
a week it would be necessary to at-
It is a great honor to the chorus
to have received this invitation when
it is remembered that the only other
chorus there will be the Apollo Club
of Chicago. That organization is pro-
bably Chicago's finest choral society
and has achieved an enviable repu-
Concerts by the Thomas Orchestra
are given in Mandel Hall, University
of Chicago and special musical pro-
grams suitable for the students are

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