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TheMichiganDail
VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1904. No. 161
CHICA6O LOS[S '05 ITS. WIN. ANN ARBOR WINS AGAIN. STOCKH@I. R )
Michigan Tennis Team Takes the In a ten-inning game Saturday The seventh annual contest of the Elect Board of Directors of 1nI1 ndr
Squad from "Windy City" Into morning the '15 Lits defeated the '04 Peninsular League was won by Mat- Publishing Company for Next
Camp to Tune of 4 to 2. Engineers by a score of 7 to 6. Stacks rice E. Lathers last night, making the Year. '
of the Lit. team made a record for third successive time that Ann Arbor
The dual tennis tournament with himself by striking out 16 men. high school has landed first place. The first annual stcholders'.{get-
Chicago which should have begun The batteries were: '05 Lits, Stacks The contest took place in the East in of the Intander Puhllshing com-
Friday afternoon was played yester- and Clark; '04 Eng.. Mustard and Saginaw high school. pany was held Saturday morning n
day. As the wet condition of the cam- Jones. Lathers spoke on "Robert E. Lee" West Hall at which time the £o
pus courts prevented all possibilityof ing diretors were elected for the n-
playing there, the scene ol hostilities RECORDS BROKEN NEW 'VARSITY CLUB suing year: Professor F. N. scott,
was changed to the courts at the nor-f
ner of Hill anti Church streets. The--PoesrRM.W lyrfep 1.
Mchigan laers wonboth the dobe Field Day a Grat Success-Schule, Editors Organize-Intend to Perpetu- L. Wilgus, Richard R. Krk, Hugo
ate ahPgesspClybrsomenUnique Sonnenschein, Nathan F. Vger and H
matches and broke even on the sin- Hahn and Rose the Stars-Many ate a Press Club-Some Unique Clifford Stevenson. A set of byaWs
gles thus witin- the tournament by Surprises in the Result of Features of the Constitution- was read and adopted, perfecting the
a score of 4 to 2, each match count- the Meet. List of Officers. organization of the Boad pf Drgtrs.
ng one pont.Clarence B. Morrill, present treas-
Vie singles were played first and it
lo sikedl very dark ftr Micstigan whet Yesterday's 'Varsity field day was At a meeting of the Daily editorial urer of the company, reported that;
loreead andJayne w o the first two probably the most successful affair staff, held Saturday, a new club was the Inlander was on a sa isfaeory
matches, tnt tese two were all that of the kind ever held at Ferry Field, organized to be known as the Uni- financial basis. With the disposition
Chicago was able to capturte. at least so far as breaking records versity of Michigan Press Club. The of the remaining unsold stpck tip
Sommaris:- tctr was concerned. The record for the field for it is at present entirely un- few outstanding accounts can be es -
Sitigles, ah 7Moehead, Cic- 100 yard dash, the 220 yard low huir- occupied and the Press club will not ly settled and the treasuqry aisd itfpe
godeat hLe 1--tetga4-, Chitt es, the discus and the hammer tread on the grounds of any of the other much to the good. As yet no at-
-2, Lthrow were all put in the "has been" numerots 'Varsity organizations. It tempt has heen made to dispose of
Match 2-Jaynet'htcagttadefeatedclass. In addition, the high hurdle is composed entirely of newspaper the stock, but within the few remain-
M tNicl tiJayn, C-445, t-. aerecord was equaled, and the fastest men and will endeavor to work along ing weeks of this college yearan ef
Match 37 Stlobsn, Michigan, de- two miles ever seen on Ferry Field the same lines as the city press clhubs. fort will be :made to place te ot-
teatedh -acott Chcg, g4h7 was run off. Social functions and "stunts" will be standing shares.
Mnatc C int Chcgo, an4,iefeatett if there is one featsire of the meet puleit off at reglar intervals, many A meeting of the Hoard of Directors
ithni, 4--Hgt, Michg.n, ss atwhich deserves special mention it was of which, according to the plans of will be held the first of the week to
ti ao,6-2, atch llsiii.tand Stioho Schule's woork' in the hurdles. Never the Executive committee, will be quite elect officers and appoint a business
Doubles Match 1-Httt Bgd ti beiore has a Michigan audience been unique in character. manager and managing editor of the
Moreheadnt airagton-,6-2,n- treated to such beautiful hurdling as The officers chosen under the con- Intander for the college year 19t4-5.
Match 2-Lee and McNeil of Michi- the ex-Wisconsin athlete showed yes- stitution which follows, were:
gat defeated Jayne and Bacon of Chi- terday. The fact that he made such Purveyor of the Heated Ozone- A [ITTING C!JM-kX
rag,3-6, 6-1, 6-2,fast time with no one crowding him "Tommy" Thomason. -
set the audience into profound medi- Sub-Purveyor of the Heater Ozone- May Festival Closes ##h the Ecel-
tation as to what he would have "Bill" Baey. lent Production o Bizet's Car-
ILLINOIS 7--IClHI6AN N done had he been pushed. Schule Wielder of the Stylus-"Doc" Jayne. l en huional Uion Work
Nine-Mees- Defea at thealso tied for first place in the high Gum-on-the-Lip-"Rokkier" Huston. m Prasd y .
'Varsity Nine Meets Defeat at the jump, but was unable to get his take- Keeper of Stray Junk-"Steve",Prased y All.
Hands of Illinois-One Bad off properly, in the broad jump. This Stevenson.
Inning Loses Game. was Schule's first appearance here in It was decided to hold the first "do- The May Festival closed last night
- outdoor competition and expressions ings" one week from Thursday night. with one of the most successful cpn-
(Special to the .Micigan Daily) of regret that he is ineligible could Constitution. certs ever given by the Choral Uton.
Champaign, Ill, May 14-Illinois de- be heard on all sides. I. The name of this organization Because of the popularity of Hizet's
featet Michigan today at baseball by Nicol also showed up well in both shall be the lniversity of Michigan great work, and the celebrity of the
a score of 7 to 1. The game was hurdle races. He is steadily improv- Press Club. artists who took the respective rtg~s,,
close and exciting until the fifth in- ing and has all the marks of a coming II. The present masculine pencil last night's performance had been
ning when a combination of hits and star, piushers of the Michigan Daily shall looked forward to as .a signal event
errors gave Illinois a lead which Stewart's work clearly demonstrat- constitute the charter members of in the history of the May Fes-
could not be overcome.. Alter that ed that as yet he is no where near this club. tiva. The enthusiasm which was
Illinois was able to score in but one up to his last year's form. In a pre- III. The purpose of this syndicate displayed throughot the evening
other inning, the seventh. With the liminary of the high hurdles, he ran shall be: indicated that the highest ,epteta-
exception of the fifth, the Michigan a dead heat with Nicol, but in the (a) To encourage the vigorous use tions had been gratified.
team played a fine game in the field finals. had all sorts of trouble, and of the hammer. Anito Rio as Micaela and ;Holmes
butt their batting was weak. jumped into the first two or three (b) To butt-in whenever an oppor- Cowper as Don Jose convinced the au-
The score: hurdles. tunoty presents itself and various thence of the true musical value pos-
Michigan - ..i0 0 0 0 1 t 0 0 0 0-1i Archie Hahn furnished a sensation other times. sessed by these parts. Miss Rio, -ho
Illinois-.... .0 0 It 5 t 2 *-7 by twice running the hundred-yard (c) To promote a feeling of jollity always has been a favorite in Ann
dash in 9 4-5 seconds-. The little and good cheer. Arbor, never succeeded in pleasing an
SENIOR GIRLS WIN. champion is at his best this year and (d) To give yellow joornaism and audience more.
with any sort of tuck, he will lower unfair representation of the Univer- As Morales, Mr. Martin 3had ample
Saturday morning the seniors won the Western Intercollegiate record be- sity a knockout blow. opportunity to display the remarkable
a hard-earned victory from the junior- fore the season is over. IV. The organization may and shalltw quality of his deep bass voice, even
sophomore basket ball leam. The Rose's work in the shot and ham- perpetuate itself on an unsuspecting though his role was not an npor.0 nt
game, which was a special tne for the mer was up to his usual high stand- community by taking into its member- one. The parts of Frasquia and Mer-
benefit of the May Festival guests, arn, butt the cold, damp weather ship persons actively engaged in giv- cedes, which are not significent in
was well attended. The playing done seemed to interfere with his discus ing the public what it thinks it wants themselves, were made important by
by the teams was very good, the game throwing. Garrels did some consist- through the medium of the printer's the excellent interpretation given
being one of the best of the year. ent throwing as he made 116 ft. 3 in., art, provided: them by the Misses 5pssiijg pnd Cas-
The line-up was as follows: Seniors 117 ft. 1 in., and finally 118 ft. 9 in. (a) That they are regular non- pari. Their work was Stamped with
-guards, Margery Kinan, Aldrige, As had been expected, the quarter coed, male students of the University that same character which maked
Whitmore; centers, Dickens, Yerkes, was the greatest race of the day. of Michigan. the entire concert.
Freeman; baskets, Enyart, Kinan, Rebstock led until the home stretch (b) Aspirants for membership Madam Homer carried her audience
Permort. where Goodwin came on with a fine must convince at least three members with her throughout by her exce1fent
Juniors--baskets, Snover, Shafer, burst of speed, beating Rebstock in of their loftiness of character and interpretation of Carmen. The enthu-
Hawley; centers. Farnsworth, Hayes, by two yards. "Reb" ran in poor fitness for membership before their siasm which she created knew no
Failing; guards, Dale, Green, Wig- form and does not seem to have names can be presented for a vote. bounds and broke forth several times
gins, struck his gait as yet. Garrels ran (c) To 'e elected they shall have during the ,performance. A befapti-
The team wort on both sides was a strong race but was unfortunate in the concent of all present and voting. ful boquet of roses was presepted to
excellent, and the passing was the getting a position at the start and (d) Voting shall be on the quiet. her after she h d spig qhe fampp
best done in the gymnasium this year. exhibited bad judgment in running V. Involuntary donations to the Haberna. At another place in the
The seniors plainly outranked the wide on the turns. graft fund will be as follows: program she was made the recipient
juniors from the first, however, on ac- In the half, Harpham set the pace (a) Each innocent must stand for of a like favor.
count of their superior height. This all -.e way to the stretch where Hall a light touch of $1.89 upon joining When the orchestra had played the
was especially noticeable in the case came on with the sprint which has the chosen few. introduction to the second act, and,
of the junior baskets and senior gards. made him famous, beating Harpham (b) Thirty days will be given to the soloists took their places, cheers
The juniors threw for baskets repeat- by about two yards. The latter ran a each member in which to unload 89 rent the air as the audience recog-
edly, only to have the ball batted strong race and is much faster than cents to the Chief Grafter. nized the favorite of favorites-Coi-
away by the taller senior guards. The ever before. Ramey's race was dis- VI. (a) The Officers of the Club panari. It was a fortunate occurrence

sensational play of the game, was, as appointing as he finished a poor third. shall consist of a to hear this great baritone, but to
usual, made by Miss Enyart, '04, who - Kellogg and Stone had a lively set- Purveyor of the Heated Ozone, hear him sing the song which he has
threw the first basket of the game, to in the two mile run. They ran, Sub. Purveyor of the Heated Ozone. made, and to gar him* in the work of
almost the side line. At the end of close together all the way. In the Wielder of the Stylus, which the Toreador song is a part,
the first half the score was 1 to 1, final quarter Kellogg had the lead Gum-on-the-Lip, is indeed a very rare treat. Campanari
Miss Hawley, '06, having made a bas- and on the back stretch began his Chief Grafter, has sung the Toreador song twice be-
ket for the juniors. In the second sprint. Stone followed him closely Keeper of Stray Junk. fore last night, but never was he
half, the seniors made two more bas- but was unable to pass the flying cap- (b) Said notables must be elected heard to better advantage. The ap-
kets, the juniors none, and the final tain. by a majority ballot of the members. plause which greeted its concipsicu
score was 3 to 1 in favor of the sen- Stickney and Daane were the only (c) The stunts of these officers was only quelled when Professor Stan-
iors. competitors in the mile and they took shall be those performed in other cor- ley ordered the orchestra to repeat
ANN ARBOR 13-FLINT things very easily, the question of porations by a president, vice presi the song.
A time not seeming to worry them at dent, recording secretary, correspond- The Chorus has never done better
The Ann Arbor High School defeat- all. At the finish, Daane's speed en- ing secretary, treasurer and librarian, work than it has during the Festival.
ed the ,Aint baseball team Saturday abled him to get the decision. respectively. Its success in Carmen gave evidence
morning by the score of S to 3 The time made in al the runs was VII. The Purveyor of the Heated of the excellent training which it hs
Jones and Whitlingon was the hat- good considering the heavy condition Ozone must call a conclave of the undergone this year. Professor Stan-
tery for the local team. (Continued on page three.) (Continued on page 2.) (Continued pn page four.)

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