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May 11-4:10 p. m., Base ball, Ober-
in vs. Michigan.
May 12, 13, 14,-May Festival.,
In the last inning of the Chicago
game Saturday a number of students
tried to rattle the Chicago pitcher by
flourishing handkerchiefs from the
fence by the backstop. These sort of
tactics are very questionable and at
the best are " kiddish" and unsports-
manlike. In the coming games it will
show a great deal better Michigan
spirit if those few adopt other meth-
ods of helping our team to win.
LAWS BEAT HIGH SCHOOL.
Yesterday afternoon in the game be-
tween the 1905 Laws and the High
School the Laws won by the score of
8 to 2. The battery for the Lawn
was Carmichael, and for the High
School Jones and Taft.
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triumvirate of song writers-Brahms,
Franz and Schumann. What need of
novelties in such a program!
Then Friday evening the "Dream of
Gerontius," which, by the way, is to
be sung by the Choral Union at the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St.-
Louis, May 24th. This is a wonderful
setting of a poem fuli of mediaevai
mysticism. In the music we may
trace the influence of Wagner's "Par-
sifal." The poem presents problems in
its musical setting that none but a man
of daring, originality, and infinite re-
source could have overcome. It is
with peculiar pleasure that this work
is offered, as it enforces the educa-
tional ideals underlying the work of
the University Musical Society. The
repetition on Saturday afternoon of
the "Don Juan," by Richard Strauss,
is also in consonance with these
No less so is the presentation of
Bizet's "Carmen," a masterpiece in
its way, and characteristic of a type
of opera possible only to a composer
of a Latin race. Briliant, tuneful,
dramatic, it forms a sharp contrast to
the "Gerontius," and adds another to
the list of great operas presented in
concert form at these festivals. To
say that every effort will be made to
make these performances adequate
from every point of view is hardly
necessary in view of the, history of
the past Festivais.
To thank the public for generous
patronage in the past and bespeak
future favor is to fulfili a duty that
has in it both pleasure and satisfac-
Members of the graduate school
met yesterday afternoon and organ-
ized with Mr. Henderson as chairman
and Mr. Kirk as secretary. The cap
and gown question was introduced,
and a committee appointed to report
Monday, May 16, in Room B.
In the announcement that "Happy
Hooligan" will be the attraction at
the Athens Theatre on next Wednes-
day evening, the patrons of that house
receive assurance that they are to
see a standard quality of theatrical
entertainment. When one goes to a
store to purchase dry goods or grocer-
ies, there are certain reliable brands
which it is always well to insist upon
receiving. As it is in the mercantile
business, so is it in the theatrical bus-
iness. There is a standard quality of
attraction, and in the line of farce
comedy, "Happy Hooligan" presents
the very highest possible quality.
Such entertainments cannot be
thrown together overnight. "Happy
Hooligan" represents months of con-
stant toil and labor, and the expendi-
ture of upwards of $25,000. The ser-
vices of the best scenic painters, cos-
tumers, musicians and stage manag-
ers in the country have been utilized
for this production. Everything about
it is new and bright. The members
of the company are artists of wide
reputation, and the girls forming the
chorus are the prettiest specimens of
young'womankind that it was posi-
ble to secure. As is well known, the
comedy is built about the mythical
doings and the strange misadventures
of Mr. F. Opper's genial hobo, so fun-
nily illustrated in the great metropol-
itan newspapers. It is promised that
the attraction is in all respects clean
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