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he ichigan Dail
VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1904. No. 159

NAY FESTIVAL
Begins With An Excellent Concert-
This Afternoon's Program- A
Noted Tenor to Sing the
Part of Gerontius
Tonight.
Never has a May Festival opened
tinder more auspicious conditions than
those attending last night's concert.
The weather mild, the audience enthu-
siastic, and the artists eager to do
their best; these were the causes for
the success of the concert.
The orchestra's wok was excel-
lent. Incessant applaste greeted the
conclusion of the Tscliaikowski num-
ber; but no encore was forthcom-
ing. This, however, did not hin-
der the audience from displaying
their appreciation of the Pon-
cheili and Schubert numbers. The ex-
cellent manner in which the orchestra
executed these creates high expecta-
tions for this afternoon's concert
when the Beethovan Symphony will
be given.
There were no bounds to the en-
thusiasm of the audience whe Anito
Rea appeared. Last year she delight-
ed the audience by her rendition of
Liszt's Lorelei; but her interpretation
of the Othello selections though they
differ greatly from the above work
caused her admirers to marvel at her
excellent appreciation of the sad "Wil-
low, Willow, Willow." The audience
could hardly reconcile itself to her re-
peated refusa to give an encore.
Signor Gogorsa acquiesped gracious-
ly to the desires of the audience, and
sang as an encore a stirring selection
from Faust. The quality of this bari-
tone's voice, especially its powerful-
ness, was well displayed in the Mas-
senet number. His reappearance to-
night when he will sing an important
role is looked gorward to with the
greatest interest,
The final number on last night's
program was Bruck's "Fair Ellen." It
was a most fitting conclusion to the
concert. The chorus proved to be in
the best possible condition; its work
last night 'assures unbounded success
for the "Dream of Gerntius. It is im-
possible to praise too highly Prof.
Stanley to whose skill as a conductor
of the chorus the Festival owes most
for the success they attain.
One of the greatest compositions
ever presented at a May Festival will
be given tonight. The change made
in' the soloists must meet the approval
of everyone. The part of Gerontius
will be sung by Van Moose, who has
studied under the direction of Edward
Elgar, the composer of the work, and
Is therefore most capable of inter-
preting the title role. The manage-
ment have been very lucky'in securing
this great tenor at so late a date.
Following is the program for this
afternoon's concert:
Overture "Magic Flute"........Mozart
Aria "In diesen Heiligen Hallen"..
from "Magic Flute".....Mozart
MR. MARTIN.
"Good Friday Spell" from "Parsi-..
fat" .... .......... ...Wagner
Songs with Piano-.............
a "Fieldeinsamkeit ....... .Brahms
b "im Herbst"-...-.-..-..Franz
c "Widmung" ........Schumann
MR. MARTN.
Symphony, A major, No. 7, Op. 92..
. . ......... Beethoven
Poco Sostenuto-Vivace; Allegreto;
Presto; Allegro con brio.
INSURANCE LECTURE
Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clok in
Tappan Hall Lecture Room, Wilbur S.
Tupper delivered a lecture on "Life
Insurance," Mr: Tuper said that life
insurance was the largest business or
profession in the world, but that. it
was not overcrowded. He said that at
man must be adapted to writing insur-
ance, and that there would be no suc-
cess without ambition and energy.
Mr. Tupper said that there were ma-
ny advantages to the profession, chief
among which were that it enables a
man to take the financial poition he

is entitled to and that he is not ter-
ritorially limited. He advised young
men to go into young and growing
companies.

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. IMPROVEMENT IN GYMNASIUM RE [NTS IN SESSION
This sunmer steps will be taken to
improye the bathing and sanitary con- ntire Board Present at May Meeting
of employing abost twenty University ditions of - Waterman Gymnasium -Several Important Matters
men for the comiing summer months.whcoigtseraunvdbl BogtU
The company will furnish continuous which, owing to several unavoidahle Brought Up-Buildings To
employment to all those whose work causes, have not given the heat of sat- Be Remodeled.
proves satisfactory. Mr. R. T. Jarvis, isfaction this year. Large pipes will
the company's representative, will be he laid to carry off the water and the At the monthly meeting of. the
at the Cook House, May 13 and 14, Board of Regents this morningo a re-
m .o . sloping than is now the case.
from 1 to 4 p. mi., and wl submit th Aside from repairs in this direction, port from expert engineers was read
company's proposition. Men, of bassi-n te hne wl emd nt condemning as unfit for use the west
nesexperience are preferred. n other changes will e made in the ciiiiiiga tltfruetews
gymn. this summer. wing of the old medical building. As
a result of this report steps will prob-
ahly te taken to reiiili that portion
ON WESTERN TRIP STRONG ENTRIE of the structure and remoel the east
iend in the near future. The examining
Michigan Baseball Team Starts To- Formidable List of Competitors In engineers, Field, Hinchman and Smith
day-Illinois Will Be Met Satur- Tomorrow's Meet-The Officials of Detroit, announced that the walls
day and Northwestern on and Entries. of the east wing are as sound as the
daMad orday they were erected. Better sani-
Mnday. _ - tairy arrangements were declared nec-
Tomorrow at 2:30 occurs the annual essary.
The Michigan baseball squad, com- 'Varsity field day. The formidable
posed of Capt. Redden, Bird, Carroth- list of entries makes it certain that no tinThe regtet agreed on a price of
ers, Turner, Boyle, Campbell, DePree, event will he won without the fiercest St. i presene by Sam Price of
O'Brien, and Pitchers Wendell and sort of competition, this being espec- . ciriitary aheUi e tii
Nagle, leaves Ann Arbor at 1:38 today ially true of the runs. print circulars advertising the Up-
yn thveodwsenti.Tevc ersity on Michigan day at the Expo-
torious Illinois willesterne triplayed vieat- The list of officials for the meet is sition. The St. Louis Alumni associa-
Champaign Saturday and the Wolver- as folows: Lion, for which Mr. Price acted will
ines will work to the limit to revenge Starter and referee, Keene Fitzpat- mail the circulars at its own expense.
themselves for the defeat of two rick. The gift of $200 worth of plants,
weeks ago. Wendell will probably Clerk of the course, Sid W. Millard. including 50 species and 500 speci-
pitch the Illinois game. Assistant clerks, M. M. Uhl, R. G. mensNu, was receivedfrom the Douglas
The second game will probably be Sinclair, H. Holmes, Thos. Hammond. Sons Nursery of Waukegan, Ill. T e
played at Evanston against North- Finish Judges: Prof. M. Weney, oret rmle used on the Saganaw
western on Monday. The Methodists FiihJde:Po.2M.WneorsFam
J. M. Thomas, Dr. Dunlap. Mr. J. B. Davis presented to the
have not had a very successful season
so far, but the team is strong inti- Field Judges: F. R. Rain, G. P. tUniversity a valuable book of blue
vidually and may have a reversal in I Sweet, C. E. Hayes. prints containing a record of the St.
form. The Michigan team has in- Timers: Dr. May, G. Haller, C. E. Clair Flats survey.
roved greatly in the past two games Dvorak. Two new appointments were made.
and the fans may rest assured that Scorers: R. K. Walton, J. N. May- J. H. Mustard, president of the senior
theirfavoriteswilacpustthemselves nard, H. Fay. Engineering class, wilt succeed L. A.
f-ei fvirto il aputItnakas e ngtipetgennowlhucerkin the
creditably in the enemy's territory. Announcer: Dan McGugin. lectro-herapuutics tispuensary. M .
The team will he accompanied hy Th -ntis - GE Ht-erauisdsesr.
Director Baird and Cuoach tley. tTheEntries:- G. Hale was hired at a salary of $900
Yesterday's practice was short and 100 yard dash-Hahn, Rumney, to fill the position of instructor in
snappy. The High School opposed the Hull, P. Miller, Kena, Willis, R. Keel- general chemistry recenty vacated by
'Varsity for five innings, the score be- er, Hugg, Stewart. D. M. Lichty. $.,500 was ordered paid
ing 5 to 1. - The men showed the ben- 220 yard dash-Hahn, Rumney, to James S. Deli' n, of Dlroit in part
efit of Wednesday's sharp game Hull P. Miller, Kern, Willis, Bartlett, payment for his houses built on the
against Oberlin.eR. Keeler, Hugg, Goodwin, Garrels, Crane lts in Detroit, belonging to the
Eyke is working regularly with the Fetzer. uiversity.
'Varsity and may be seen in action 120 yard high hurdles-Schule, Mills The old Winchell home on North
in the next home game. Rebstock, Read, Reiland, Kahle, tuiversity avenue will be destroyed
Coach Johnson will referee the Street, Quarles, Stewart, Bigelow, this summer. For the present the re-
inter-country track meet to be held at 20 yard low hurdles-Schule, An- gents are undecided as to what will
Vicksburg, Mich., Saturday. fanger, Reiland, Street, Stewart, Nor- be built upon the lot.
cross, Rumney, Quarles. A letter was received from the Com-
INTERSTATE ORATORICAL CON- 440 yard run.-Gundry, Aldrich, edy club asking that the stage in
Bartlett, Rebstock, Norcross, Goodwin. Sarah Caswell Angell Hall be remod-
T EST. Garrels, Hall, Gordon, F. Keeler, Lew- led to accommodate University plays.
On the 12 of May, at Lexington, is, Gorton. Their request was supported by the
Ky., will be held the eastern inter- 880 yard run-Hall, Harpham, Ra- faculty committee on non-athletic or-
state prohibition oratorical contest, mey Knight, Warner, Laub, Hawkins, ganization and will probably be favor-
between representatives of New York, Caldwell, F. Keeler. ably considered by the Board.
Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan, Mile run.-Kellogg, Perry, Dane, I The University received an offer
and Tennessee. The winner of this Coe, Stickney, Stone, Wait. 1from the Stromber & Carlson Tele-
will enter the next grand national con- Two mile run-Kellogg, Stone. phone Co., of Chicago, to provide $180
test which is held June 28, 1904, at Packard, Grimm, Coe, Wait. worth of instruments for the engineer-
Indianapolis. In this contest six men Broad jump-Shank, Schule, Heath, ing department. 'The offer was ac-
chosen out of some seven or eight Sturgeon, Kahle, Stewart. cepted with thanks. The allowance
hundred contestanes from all over the High jump-Schule, Brewer, Keller. of accounts occupied a share of the
country, will speak before the national Leete, P. Miller, Shank. morning session.
Prohibition convention. Michigan Pole Vault-Read, Withey, Hendry. As this is the last session of the col-
University already has one man in Taleen, Work, Sims, Henn. leg year, the annual expense budget
this contest in the person of Mr. J. Discus Throw-Rose, Dunlap, Hes- will be considered at this meeting.
G. Welch who, it will be remembered, ton, Shank, Garrels, Mills, Kahle. This may make it necessary for the
won the Inter-state contest last year Hammer Throw-Rose, Curtis, Hes- Regents to meet tomorrow.
and bids fair to win another. Mr. ton, Kahle, Dunlap, Garrels.
Ernest M. Halliday, '04 Lit., who won Shot Put.-Rose, Garrels, Dunlap, DENTS AND PHARMICS
the 'Varsity contest, and last week at Kahle, Heston, Curtis, Friedman.
the M.A.C. won a very decisive contest The Dents won from the Pharmics
for state representative, heing award- DR ALICE SNYDER RESIGNS DI- yesterday afternoon hy the close score
ed first place by all six of the judges. RECTORSHIP OF WOMAN'S of 5 and 4. Batteries, Throwup and
______________RECTRSHP OFWOMN'S Ketchum, Wolf and Wiltsisa.
'VARSITY CALENDAR. GYMNASIUM.
FRESH AND SENIOR MEDICS
Secretary Wade expects the first Dr. Alice Snyder, director of physi-
edition of the 'Varsity Calendar for cal training for women at the Uni- The 1904 Medics lost to the 1907
the year 1903-4 sometime next week. versity, sent in her resignation to the Medics yesterday afternon by a
It may be taken as an indication of board of regents today. score of 22 to 3. The batteries
the interest taken in the University Dr. Snyder will be married in June were Clifford and Vaughn, and Wil-
outside of Ann Arbor, that it is nec- to Dr. Hugh Thompson, of New York sin, Sibley and Campbell.
essary to print some twelve thousand City.
of these during the year and that they SENIOR- vs. JUNIOR LAWS
go all over the world. MAY FESTIVAL BASKET BALL.
The presence of so many southern The Senior Laws went down to a
and western aen at Michigan is an- glorious defeat at the hands of the
ethef standing witness of the good Saturday morning at eleven o'clock Junior Laws yesterday afternoon to
reputation which Michigan has. There a special May Festival game of basket the tune of 20 to 0. Batteries, Osborn,
are over 100 men in the University ball will be played. The game will be Sutton, Gernett and Robinson; De-
who come from the Rocky Mountain an open one, and tickets can be pro- Neffe and Hatch.

states. Many of these men enter the cured in the usual way from Dr. Suy-
Law department but quite a respecta- der, during her office hours, from 10 LAW SOCIAL CLUB DANCE.
ble proportion of them the other to 12 Friday a. m. The teams which
departments. In fact, the idea is are to play this game are not yet Last evening the seventh of the
prevalent that Michigan and Harvard chosen, but all the teams are work- series of eight dancing parties given
have the two best law schools in the ed up to such excellent condition by at Granger's- by the Law Social club,
country, and in general scholarship long practice that the game will prob- was enjoyed by a large and enthusi-
stands among the first four or five. ably be a fine one. astic crowd.

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