The Michigan Dail
VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1904. No. 122
[RESMEN WON. TUIOMPSON WINS. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. "PARSIWAL."
Defeat D. U. S. Track Team 45 to 18- Whole Ticket Pulls Through by, a Fencers Club Will Hold Their Annual Prof. Stanley's Lecture Repeated-lI
Rose Breaks World's 12-lb. Shot Large Vote-Office of Secretary Tournament April 2-New Men lustrations From the Score-A
Record-1906 Engineers Win Contested-Large Vote Cast. Showing Up Well-Dr. May . . Review of the Late Con-
Relay Championship. Will Give Exhibition of troversy.
The Republican Club election, held Club Swinging.
In a rather one sided contest the Saturday morning at the Y. M. C. A.,ILast evening, before an audience
University Freshmen won the dual resulted in an easy victory for the At a meeting of the U. of M. Fen- which fairly filled the Frieze Memorial
meet with the Detroit University entire Thompson ticket. The office of cers' Club, which was held last Fri- Hall, Prof. Stanley repeated the lec-
School last night by a score of 45 to secretary was the only one which of- day, it was decided to hold the fifth ture on "Parsifal," which he gave sev-
1.8, and for a second time the 1906 en- fered any contest, worth mentioning, annual tournament on Saturday even- eral weeks ago in the Museum lecture
gineer relay team carried off the, but even this was won by the Thomp- ing, April 2, in the Waterman gym- room. The same lantern slides were
championship of the University. View- son candidate by 76 votes. The fol- nasum, used in addition to many new ones,
ed from a spectator's standpoint, the lowing is the result of the election: Last year's tournament was very including views in Beireuth, of the
biggest feature of the evening was President-C. A. Thompson, 241; W. successful, but the tournament to be theatre, of Wagner's home, and of
Rose's feat in establishing a new B. Leslie, 70. held April 2, promises to be as inter- scenes from the opera. The illustra-
world's record of 56 ft. 31 in. for the Vice President-W. H. Hornibrook, esting, and the fencing will be far tion of the lecture was made perfect
twelve pound shot put, breaking the 268; M. Kollig, 25. superior. by the musical paraphrase performed
former record by 1 ft. 1/ in. He had Secretary-H. M. Koelbel, 193; G. Owing to the efforts of Captain Na- by the faculty of the School of Music.
done all the way trom 50 ft. 1 in. to W. Stark, 25. gorski, combined with the valuable Prof. Stanley opened the lecture by
53 ft. 10%2 in, when in his next to the Treasurer-F J. Clark, 251; L. H. suggestions of Dr. May and Prof. Du- viewing the late excitement in musical
last trial he made a put which was Jones, 31. Pont, the new men are showing tp circles caused by the rendition of Par-
measured with the cloth tape and the tat Marshall-L, D. Baker, 274; well, and those who were members of sifal in New York last Christmas, the
distance given out as 55 ft. 3 in, which 2nd Marshall-J. A. Ragen, 260. the club last year have improved won- first instance of its performance with-
broke the record by an inch. It was From the opening of the polls at derfully. out the presents of Beireuth. The lee-
then remeasured with the steel tape 9:30 until they were officially closed The men who will take part in the urer asserted that Parsifal was in-
and found to be but 55 ft. After a at 11:30 the halls of the Y. M. C. A. tournament have not, as yet, been tended originally for Beireuth and can
brief rest Rose went out to the circle were crowded with voters. A total of ciihosen. Eight men will take part. only be presented to its best advan-
for his last chance with a do-or-die 318 votes were cast, one of the larg- Gradle, McLean, Sloman and Johnson tage- in the correct environment. "Par-
expression on his face, and standing est polled at any previous time. This of the last year's men, Zoellner and sifal minus Beireuth is not as effect-
half-way to the north wall of the gym- is exceptionally large when the weath- Schmitz of the new men are reasoitna- ivei as Parsifal plus Beireuth," were
nasium, he hurled the shot to within a er conditions and the fact of the with- bly sure of places in the finals. his words. "The music of the opera,"
few inches of the incline at the finish drawing of the opposition ticket are The eight men wno will participate continued the lecturer, "does not de-
of the 40-yd. dash. A great cheer considered. Many people did not ev- will be chosen oi Saturday, March 26, serve the criticism of those who most
went up as the spectator's realized en take the trouble to vote after reg- at 10 a. in., in the fencing room of decry it, nor des it contain his most
that a world's record had been broken. istering, agreeing that the chances of the Waterfat gymnasfttm, inspired scores. Most of the state-
The steel tape was brought out; the a "dark" horse appearing being small. The winner of the finals in the tour- ments pro and con are overdrawn, like
distance was measured with great Claude A. Thompson, the newly nament will fence with the present. the time in the great composer's ca-
carefulness and found to be 56 ft. 3/ elected president, is a member of the, champion, Francis T. Nagorski, for reer when he was continually on the
in. junior law class. He lives at Towan- the title of the champion of the Uni- defensive. Indeed Wagner may have
Garrels also starred, winning the da, Pa. Before entering Michigan he versity. This will be the most inter- thought with the character in Fidelio.
quarter mile in 55 seconds and putting spent two years at the Pennsylvania esting contest, as several of the con- 'Es ist em chones Ding, das gold,' but
the shot 45 ft. 11 in. The quarter was State university where he won many testants have been showing fine form nt iin a sordid light. However, in the
the most exciting race of the evening honors. He was a member of the and promise to give the present hotd- performance at Beireuth it is not cus-
as Kastner of D. U. S. gave Garrels a Varsity debating team and a very suc- er of the title a very hard struggle if tomary for millionaires to be alloted
hard race. cessful orator. He is very well qual- he retains the honor. boxes, nor for the manager to appear
The D. U. S. team was not as strong ified to fill the position of president As last year, so at the coming tour- before the curtain after a perform-
as last year and one first place was of the Republican Club. This year, I nament, various features will be given ance."
all the prep school athletes were able being the campaign year, more inter- by friends of the Fencers' club. The Before the opera was discussed, the
o annex. This was won by Patterson est than usual is shown in politic. spectators will have the opportunity story of the Grail as it existed in the
in the high jump. lie has fine form Judging from enthusiasm which has of witnessing an exhibition by Dr. May sixth century was treated, the first
and is a youngster of great promise. thus far demonstrated itself, the Re- who, as ex-champion amateur club slides represented King Arthur and
Owing to the fact that he had an in- publican club ought to be one of the swinger of the United States, has wutnm the Knights of the Round Table about
injured leg and that, the University most wide awake of University organ- for himself an enviable reputation as whose deeds the poets sang from the
school had no other contestant in the izations. time master of that art. 'his will be sixth century town to the time of Ten-
high hurdles this event was omitted. . the first public appearance of Dr. May nysotu; from such sources Wagner ob-
Nicol and Reiland, however, gave an IMPORTANT MEETING Y. M. C. A. this year, and those who have never tained the English atmosphere while
exhibition race which was -won by seen him swing the clubs and also the setting was taken from Worfrom
the former, who also won the low There will be considerable activity those who have seen him before, will von Esenbach. As beautiful a sett-
hurdles by a few inches from Malcom' in Y. M. C. A. circles this coming be glad to hear of this feature of the ing as these poets have given this
son. Keeler and Rumney had an easy week. Extra meetings will be held, entertainment. story, its greatest charm was added
time in the dash. Daane and Warner and strong endeavors are being made The gymnasium team, under the di- by the poet-musician of the nineteenth
did some clever team work in the half to arouse great interest among the rection of Dr. May, will also give an century,
mile and woin with yards to spare. In students. The special attractions are exhibition at this time. In treating the opera, all minor ele
the mile Coe gained nearly a lap and C. S. Ward, the international secre- Every one will te pleased to hearof ments were omitted. It was shown,
a half on Walker of the D. U. S., who tary of Y. M. C. A. work, who will the announcement, that Messrs. however, how through Parsifal, sinm
was second. The Freshmen also won talk this evening to the young men. Young and Whilark will give at ex- made hateful, which fact justies the
the relay race by a good margin but the second attraction is the series of hitilon in fancy club juggling. This opera. Itt was Wagner's firm belief
this did not count for points meetings to be held at ithe end of the will be one of the finest feats of its that religion was vital, and its under-
The final race for the class relay week by A. B. Williams. Mr. Wi- kind ever witnessed in Ann Arbor. lying principles uneventable.
championship was as pretty a contest liams spoke to the men on interesting Music will be furnished by the I.t of Repentance, self-control and purity
as could be imagined. It was close subjects last year and large audi- M. band. Announcement as to ticket, are symbozedmin theopera.
and exciting all through and in a ences turned out toeverymeeting etc., will appear in this paper later In concluding his lecture Prof. Stan-
heart disease finish, Stewart beat This is the first time the Y. M. C. ley pointed out how mligently Wagner
Hahn by about a foot in thme final re- A. has been fortunate enough to se- MARKINGS IN ORATORICAL CON- strove 'for the attainment of his ideal,
lay. Poor pickups by the laws con- cure Mr. Ward, for his duties as inter- TEST and ow his teachings are inspiring to
tributed in m some degree to their de- national secretary occupy a large partlll who ae open to instruction.
feat. The score: of his time. Mr. Ward is a graduate The different markings given by hih mr-alihy claims Wagner for its own."
12-l. shot--Rose, 1907, 1st, 56 ft. of Dartmouth College, where hue was jumges in t' trat miat hitst Friday
% in,; Glarnets, 15117, 2i, i ft. hi in.; very prominent in collegiate and ftra- night are as follows:: MICHIGAN-WISCONSIN DEBATE.
ld, Stimson, D. 1 S., 37 ft. 7 in. ternity circles. For general excel- Halliday received four seconds and
40-yd. dask, trial heats-1st, Rum- lance of scholarship he was awarded one first in thought and composition Great interest is being aroused in
ney, 1907, 1st; Malcomson, D. U. S., the Phi Beta Kappa Key. and tour firsts and a fourth in deliv- the Wisconsin-Michigan debate next
2[; 5 set. d, Keeler, 1507, 1st, In view of the fact that they have ery, making the stunmof his rank sev- Friday evening in University Hall.
Vaughan, D. U. S., 2d, 4/. Final- been able to secure Mr. Ward, the of- enteen, which won him first plac The Wisconsin team is the strongest
1, Keeler, 1907, 1st, Rumuney, 1907, 2d, fcers of the Y. M C. A. are preparing Sonnenscheia received two first, one that Michigan debaters have met in a.
Malcomson, D. U. S., 3d., 44/ sec. to make the meeting this evening an second anti two fourths in thought long time. Two of them are junior
40-yd. high hurdles-Nicol, Ist; Rei- exceptionally interesting one. The Y and composition and two firsts, a sec- laws and the other is a senior law.
land, 2d. Did not count for points. M. C. A. quartette will probably assist and and a sixth in tdelivery, making They are all honorn men and have tak-
High jump--Patterson, D. U. S., 1st; in the musical program. - his rank thirty-two, which gave him en part in several University and in-
5 ft. 7 in.; Leete, 1907. second place. Guy got a first. a sec- ter-University contests.
40-yd low hurdles, trial heats-1, ENDORSE PARKER AND OPPOSE ond, a third, a fourth and a sixth in Two of the judges have already
Nicol, 1907, 1st; Malcomson, D. U. S., HEARST. thought and composition and a first been chosen and the other will be in
2d, 5% sec. 2-Rumney, 1907, 1st; two fourths and two fifths in delivery, a few lays, when the complete list
Post,. D. U. S., 2d, 5%. Finals-Nical, At the meeting of Democratic stl' making his rank Ihiry-five, which wln will be published. The chart of re-
1957, 1st, Ialcmon, D. ft. S., 3d, dents yesterday resolutions were him third place. Welch got a first, a served seats will be in Cushing's drug
Rumney, 1907, 3d, 5% sec. adopted opposing Mr. Hearst as the second, a fifth anti two sixths in store in a couple of days. Members
440-yd. run-Garrels, 1907, lst; Kast- democratic presidential candidate. The thought and composition and three of the Oratorical association will be
ner, D. U. S., 2d, Bartlett, 1907, 3d, resolutions endorsed Judge Parker as thirds and two fourths in delivery, charged 25 cents for reserved seats
55 sec- the most available candidate and pro- making his total rank thirty-seven, and all others 50 cents. Efforts are
880-yd, run-Daane, 1907, ist; War- vided for a permanent club organiza- which gave him fourth place. De being made to make this contest the
ner, 1907, 2d; Williams, D. bU. S., 3d, 2 tion. The club is intended to be a Priest got a third, a fourth and three banner event of the year. Gen. H'en-
min, 9% sec. rival to the Hearst club recently or- fifths in thought and composition, and ry M. Duffield of Detroit, will preside.
Mile run-Coe, 1907, 1st; Walker, ganized here. The following officers a second, twi thirds, a futhbamd a
TI. ,ii% .11 weeeli twy nthis hu uthn- "
D.U. S., 2d, Stoepel, D. U. S., acd, 4 were elected:ffhi eiey i akti- "UC
d:minh.ndei4ry0mkig ssrekch.- DUCHTREAT."
mm. 45' sec. President-Jos. Worsham. ty-nine, which gave him fifth place.
Relay race-1907, 1st, (Rumney, Vice President-Chas. J. Palda. Bartlett receivcdi twithirdsa a fyfth
Bartlett, Garrels, Keeler) D. U. S., 2d, Secretary-Jas. H. Nichols. a fifth an a sixth in tho>ughtant Saturday afternoon about thirty of
(Kaywood, Post, Vaughan, Kastner) Treasurer-Geo. P. Shidler c the junior girls gathered at the gym-
C1ass championship relay composCitmi xcuiv omite-f osaxdth i rst, asecond, a nasium to partake of a "Dutch Treat."
ngnas, c on dwn Kyahe-iNO- Chairman Exective C-mmittee-- fifth ant twitsixths mu delivery, whim-This'fle primary purpose of this novel en-
engineers, t, 19w4 ae, Nor - - math his rank forty-one, and gave him tertainment was to practice songs and
cross, Stewart) 19114 laws, (Walton,
Hyde, Gernert, Hahn) 2d, time 53% FRESH LIT PARTY. sixth place, yells, an for some time the girls
sec. ,sang and yelled lustily, under the lead-
This breaks the Varsity record for a The informal party given by the PHI DE LTA THETA HOUSE WARM- dership of Miss Marilla Johnson. At
four lap relay race. members of the Freshmen class Fri- I N G. five thirty a large basket was passed,
day evening was a pronounced social l containing the contributions of the
success. Barbour gymnasium was Last night the Phi Delta Theta fra various members. The packages con-
DANCING PARTY, prettily decorated for the occasion and ternity held a banquet in their house tained all sorts of goodies, dear to the
about fifty couple participated in the on Washtenaw avenue. The occasion feminine heart, from Uneeda biscuit
The Junior lits will give a dancing evening's entertainment. All present was the dedication and house warm- to Lowney's, crackerjack and salt pea-
party at Granger's Academy next entered heavily into the spirit of the ing of their new hon e. A large num- nuts; and the passing and sharing of
Thursday evening. Dancing will be- occasion and endeavored to make ev- her of the new alumni were present, queerly assorted packdges occasioned
gin at 8:30. Tickets may be secured ery one have a good time. Mesdames including the president of the Nation- much merriment. After the discus-
of Cook, Miller, Clark, Parry and Ba- Jordan, Effinger and Dow acted as al Fraternity. Toasts were respond- sion of some class business, the meet-
ley, chaperones, ed to by high officers in the fraternity. ing adjourned at six ocloclt.