VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1904. No. 156
MICHIGAMUA MEMBERSHIP OBERLIN GAME TOMORROW.[ FESTIVAL TillS WEE I '04 MEDICS WIN.
Through an error in proof reading, Ohio Men Have Strong-Team-Hard The Musical Event of the Year.- In the class game between the '04
the Daily in its article Sunday morn- Practice This Week- Big Im and '06 Medics, the seniors won by
ing, omitted the name of J. A. Stover provement. First Concert Thursday Evening the score of 14 to 7. Clifford and
from the list of the ten juniors elected Characters of the Festival Wilcox was the battery for the seniors
to membership in the Michigamua so- Light fielding and batting practice Program. and VanDusen and Coe and Schoep-
ciety Saturday night. fell to the lot of the 'Varsity ball fley for the Sophs.
tossers last night. At times the play
waxed last and turious, the men show- The ideals of the University Most-
FIELD DAY SATURDAY ing no ill effects from Saturday's hard cal society demand that each Festi- DUAL TENNS TOURNAM N
contest with Chicago. Oberlin comes va program shall have distinctive
Should Be the Best Ever Held at Fer- o o ei m character, and that the suggestions With Chicago Will Be Held In Ann
SolBeteBsEvrHlat fer or a game tomorrow, the first mid- o niomntsalntbedsegroWNextBFriday an An n
ry Field-Only Outdoor Meet at week contest o the season. of environment shall not be disre-
Ann Arbor this Year-- Boil coaches and men look at the garded.
New Quarter-Miler Chicago defeat philosophically. The The undeniable trend of modern day on the Gymnasium
for 'Varsity. vast improvement in the fielding is a music in the direction of dramatic Courts.
criit of comfort, despite the poor expression cannot be mistaken, and
Next Saturday afternoon, track fans stick work of the Wolverines. Special is in consonance with the spirit of an Caitain Walter Lee won the final
will have the only chance of the year attention will be paid lt this depart- age which is nothing if not intense. match in the tennis tournament yes-
to see Michigan's great aggregation meit durng tile present week, in an This intensity displays itself in the terday afternoon in a hotly contested
of track athletes perform their stunts attempt to improve the batting aver- work of modern composers in all series with St. John. The sets were
outdoors. The iliial meet with Chi- ages. fields, and has invaded the realm of 6-2, 8-6, and 6-1, and were really closer
cago occurs in the windy city this The Oberlin game will be called at sacred music, possibly not to its ad- than the score shows. St. John, who
year as does the Intercollegiate, so 4:10 to avoid afternoon classes. The vantage. To ignore the music which on Saturday won from Offield by 2-6,
Saturday's 'Varsity field day is the Ohio team is understood to be strong- pulsates with modernity would be no 7-5, 7-5, put up a hot fight for every
only outdoor contest in Ann Arbor er than usual and the contest is sure less culpable than to neglect the point and many games went to deuce
this year. to be attended by a large crowd, as work of the classic masters-those several times.
From the showing made so far, this mid-week games prove almost as at- great composers to whom the modern A close analysis of the play shows
year's track team appears to be the tractive as the Saturday contests. opera composer, no less than the sym- that Lee won the games fairly on his
best that Michigan has ever turned The list of men at the training table phonist, is indebted for that "idio- merits.
out and it is doubtful if any university is as follows: Coaches Utley and matic speech" of music, the great con- Each man won 23 points by placed
in the country ever had at once more Johnson, Redden, Boyle, Campbell, tribution of Ludwig von Beethoven, balls.
track men of national reputation. DePree, Carroothers, Turner, Wendell, which made possible the carrying out St. John knocked 44 balls out of
In spite of the fact that there are so Bird, Nagle, O'Brien. of the dramatic principles incorpor- the court to 26 by Lee.
many stars, the team as a whole is ated into the work of the great Bay- Lee knocked but 25 net balls. St.-
well balanced and this fact will make CLASS BASE BALL SQUADS reuth master, Richard Wagner. John having 23 points in that manner.
Saturday's meet one of the best af- The following are the lists of can- In utilizing these principles, modern Lee served 4 doubles, St. John 9
fairs of the kind ever held at Ferry didates for the various class base ball composers have taken much that doubles.
Field, since there are only two or teams in the Inter-class teams. Any Wagner used in his music dramas, Three of the four men to meet Chi-
three events in which it is possible Protest of a player must be filed with and without the aid of act, word, or cago are now picked: Hunt, Lee and
to pick the winner in advance. Be- Lee R. Jenney, Mgr., one day previ- environment-or in other words, in St. John, and tomorrow Offield and
sides the many stirring contests ous to date of game. Class managers the form by general consent known MeNiel will play off to see who will
whieb the meet will bring out, it will must have their teams on the field at as "absolute music," although this gel the fourth place on the team.
furnish Trainer Fitzpatrick and Capt. the schedule time or lose game by de- designation has points of vulnerability Chicago comes her Friday morning
Kellogg a basis for the selection of fault. and has aimed at the expression of def- for a two days' tournament. On Fri-
the team which will represent the '04 Law-Mgr. Zinky; Wood, Capt., nite ideas. As an illustration Richard ilay afternoon at 3 o'clock the doubles
'Varsity in the Chicago dual contest Gernert, Watson , Lenn, Robinson, Strauss may be cited, and his mag- will be played. Lee and St. John will
and the Intercollegiate. Hyde, Sutton, Winegar, Wieck, Brock, nificent "Don Juan" used to empha- play together and Hunt and the win-
For many years in succession, Mich- Cochran, Osborne, Henry, Durham, El- size the modern concept of orchestral ner of the Offield and McNiel match.
igan has won the Intercollegiate meet dred, Dibbs, Breining, Walton, Bren- music. But even he based his work On Saturday morning four matches
and it is hoped that this year's team nan, Kline, F. C., Sexton, Johnson, T., on Lenau's poem-which must be read of singles will be played, two sets out
will duplicate the feat, everyone re- Jones, Allah, Webb, Wm., Thax. to fully appreciate the music. The of three settling each match.
aliles that it is going to be no easy '04 Lit.-Brususn, Jenney, Seymour, "Romeo and Juliet" overture Fantasy, Michigan has won the dual match
task. The fact that it is going to be H. Clarke, Miner, Clarke, Cooper, Tschaikowsky, depends upon the ti- with Chicago for the past two years.
open to all colleges this year tends Palmer, Beadle, Haeussler, Helsel, tle for its understanding, although The result this year will go far to
to complicate affairs and make it Brown, Boulger, Howard, Knapp, both this work and "Don Juan" give determine Michigan's chances in the
more difficult to estimate the final re- Sweet, J. F. Halliday, Lathers, Hol- pleasure to those who listen to them Intercollegiate, the last week in May.
suilt with any degree of accuracy but lister, Verdier, Thomason, Roberts. with no thought as to the actual
it is difficult to see how the colleges '04 Engineers-Hogel, Mansfield, meaning of the music. Did they not MICHIGAN CLUB DINNER.
outsidie the Big Nine are going to cut Waring, Vail, Van Splunter, Emer- they would be lacking in the essen-
in on Michigan's points to any great son, Fuller, T'ucker, B. V. R. Hall, tials of the true work of art. Last Thursday evening the Univer-
extent. Of these colleges, Stanford Yokom Harris, Mustard, Mc Lean, Goinod attempted to use the "typ- nity of Michigan Club of New York
seems to be the most formidable. Cochran, Graver, M. A. Hall, Harrison, cal motive" in "Redemption" and City gave a dinner. The guest of the
Bell, her crack jumper, has done 6 Hooker, Pratt, Mundt, Dusenbury, Mc- "Mors et Vita," but the saccharine evening was Captain A. E. Piokowski
ft. 4 in., in the high jump. Doan, the Donnell, R. R. Thompson, T. G. Gales, flavor and general weakness of text- late of the Royal Saxon artillery, who
pole vaulter, has made 12 ft. I in. in Manager, ore of his motives made their em- talked on the present condition of
practice. She also has a shot putter '05 Lit.-E. H. Fowler, Capt., T. C. ployment a travesty on Wagner's tManchuria.
who has done over 46 feet. Strain, S. A. Day, H. H. Pierce, C. D. idea. On the other hand Edward E'I-
A new candidate for the quarter- Armstrong, D. H. Stacks, C. J. Mob- gar's "Dream of Gerontius" is firmly STABAT MATER REPEATED.
mile appeared yesterday in the person elet, G. A. Lindsay, H. K. Latourette, knit together by a closely woven web
of Fred Gorton, a fresh engineer. R. C. Fulmer, E. J. Henny, N. T. Vi- of interrelated themes. But the mas- Ann Arbor music lovers are par-
While at the Ypsilanti Normal in 190, ger, J. T. Lewis, C. A. Stewart, H. W. terly text gives one the needful sug- ticularly fortunate this week in being
Gorton won the quarter-mile at the Clark, J. W. Jayne, L. C. Hull, T. R. gestion, and the music remains a ableto hear some very high class cmo-
State Intercollegiate meet in 52 1-5 Miller, F. Dotoy, C. J. Brosnan, A. O. means of expression, as Wagner puts sic. Quite worthy of being mentioned
seconds. A sporting writer in Detroit Coos, J. S. Stover, H. H. Armstrong, it. We realize from the text the spe- 'long side the May Festival was the
who has seen both Garrets and G'on G. A. Fox, C. E. Marks, R. R. Hend- cific ideas to be expressed, and that rendition by the choir of St. Thomas,
run writes to Keene Fitzpatrick that rick, L. H. Jones, W. C. Cochrane, the music fully represents the situa- under the leadership of Professor
he considers Gorton a more proios- R. L. Hamilton, R. H. Kidston, P. E. tion and moods seems to be the con- Renwick, of the beautiful Stabat Ma-
ing man than Garrels. Demmler, J. Gillard, C. M. Gundry, census of critical opinion, although ter. The soloist, Miss Caspira, so-
Manager._the critic has called this web of it- prano, Mrs. Stebbins, contralto, Mr.
REV. DR. GEORGE A. GORDON'S '05 Eng.- B. T. Bjork Bigelow, lustrative themes "orchestral gab." Fred Killeen, tenor and Mr. Earl Kil-
ADDRESS. MacDonald, Drake, C. B. Lathy, Hicks, Would there more such "gab" and leen, baritone, and that of the suop
A. J. Decker, R. T. Pacher, L. D. Rob- less critical "prattle." porting chorus was very good. The
Befoe oe o th larestaudencs in, O Zener R. tow D.E. ow- these remarks are not in justifica- soloists were all in good voice and
efore one of the largest audiuences ins, O. Zlner, . Stow, . . Low- Thsrealscenti isfca slssswrellngudvoead
ever assembled in the Methodist ell, R. J. Ferris, A. L. Campbell, A. tion of the present program, but in the performance was even better than
Church, Rev. Dr. George A. Gordon, of E. Kustner, E. Williams, Detwiler, explanation of the choice of selec- it was either of the two times it has
the Old South Church of Boston, gave Ryan, L. N. Rice, D. J. Sterrett, T. tions, and the sequence in which they been given before this year. It was
his address n "The Passion for Re- O'Brien, Stricher, R. W. Gifford, W. appear. heard by a large and appreciative au-
form," It would seem from the word- A. Gifford, C. F. Peck, C. J. Fry, Man. No one can accuse Max Bruch of dience.
ing of the subject that the tone of '06 Laws-Hopkins, c., Wismer and pedantry, neither is he offenively
the address would be somewhat crit- Beurman, p., Postol, Reinger, Byers, original, but a work. lie the "Fair CHEMISTRY STUDENTS IN DE-
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ical of the reform movement but on O'Donnell, McConnell, Long, Richard- in, iien a sory lull,
the contrary Dr. Gordon advocated son, Gillett, Heston, Davis, Wilson. man interest is tolu in a straight-
the fostering of that disposition to Pharmacy-Hamilton, Dettmer, Fox, forward and natural manner, is alwayotPeiter the tutelage of Prof. White,
make the world better and nobler. Wolff, Stadler, Thomas, Wilkinson, attractive. agsouit twenty-five chemistry students
He said that there are three classes Beckuer, Miller, Nichols, Lehr, Van- This will be given on Thuirsuday eve- visiteud Detroit on Saturday to inves-
of persons; the pessimists who be- Doren, Cogswell, Dodds. ning in a program which includes the tigate the workings of the chemical
lieve there is no good in the worlu, Homeop- eese, inyon, Owen, most inspired creation of Schubert, departments at Detroit plants. Paint
the do-nothing class who are satis- Freebon, Stewart, Goodurich, Smith, the B "minor, or "tnfinished Sym- I foatories, breweries and chemical lab-
fied with their own condition and be- Glett, Smithers, Mgr., McAfee, Gra- phony," and in Part I a varied se.ec- oraoriesowere visited with the pun.
lieve that everyone else is or should ham, Wagner, DeWitt, McMullen,thhemip i
be, and that large third class who be- Chalander, Bently, Sewy, Schultz, Bak- In the Symphony Concert there are chemistry.
lieve that the world could be im- er, Crum, Mgr. no novelists, but in it we have the CLASS GAME TODAY.
proved. Dr. Gordon ended his address Dental-Richardson, Howland, Haw- lovely "Don Juan" overture by Mo-
by one of the most rtirring appeals ley, LaVensaler, Ringler, Hendricks, cart, an aria from the same opera, The following class games will be
ever heard in Ann Arbor for the Pendleton, Smith, Horton, Moore, Mer- the pictorial"GoodFriday Spell,played today: 1904 Lits vs. 1904 En-
young men to realize their opportuni- ritt, Vollmayer, Weidman, Honeywell, r gineers, at South Ferry Field at 4
yomsng -' - ~~~~~~~~~Beethoven's most genial aspirations, p nteSlSLt s ~i nier
ties for doing good which are greater Sexton, Chapin, Wilson, Mgr., W. W.Btho ajor Smo nyp. ., the 1905 Lits vs. 1905 Engineers
today than ever before. It was a pow- Brown, Mackoy, Wismer, Paterson, the A major Symphony, No. 7, follow- at the Fair Grounds at 4 p. i., the
erful address, liberal in spirit and Stebbins, Bunill, Gilkey, Kemp, Aus- ing a group of songs by an immortal 1906 Laws vs. 1904 Law at North Fer-
finely delivered. tin, Taylor, Gordimer, Taylor, Dunster. (Continued on page two) ry Field at 4 p. m. -