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UION -L A EL
CALENDAR.
May 18-Faculty concert in Univer-
sity Hall.
May 18-Base ball. Chicago vs. Mich-
igan.
May 19--7:30 p. m., Lecture by Dr.
Duerden on "The Evolution of
Man's Bodily Structure" in Muse-
um Lecture Room.
May 18-20-National convention of
Sinfonia Fraternity, School of Mu-
sic.
May 20- 8 p. m., Lecture on Frater-
nal Insurance" by Mr. Miles M.
Dawson, in Tappan Hall.
May 20- 4 p. m., Lecture by Pres.
L. H. Jones, Ypsilanti, on 'The
Life Development of the Human
Spirit." Tappan Hall.
May 23-Comedy Club play "Miss
Hobbs" at the Athens Theatre.
The criticism of the program for the
May Festival which appeared in the
Detroit Free Press, plainly showed
that the musical critic for that paper
has hardly been in touch with musical
events in Ann Arbor. Had he been
better acquainted with the numbers
that have been given in the past few
years, certain suggestions that crept
into his criticism would not have ap-
peared. For example, he Mentions
the "Damnation of Faust" as a work
that should have been produced. How-
ever, the Choral Union has given that
three times, the last being only two
years ago. Surely he cannot expec
us to give the same thing year afte
year as the Apollo club of Chicagt
does "The Messiah." He refers t
"Samson and Delilah" and "The Gold
en Legend." These also are fine, ar
tistic productions well adapted fot
concert work, but the first has beet
given already in '97 and '99, and th
second in 1900. Finally, merely as a

correction for the benefit of the pub
lic we wish to add that the "Flying
Dutchman" was given in '98, not in
1901. The musical critic for the Free
Press seems to have been unfortunate
in his selection of "certain works
which should be given a hearing at
the May Festival." We commend
to his notice the short but pertinent
adage, "Look before you leap."
"MISS HOBBS"
The Comedy club will present "Miss
Hobbs," a farce from the pen of that
past master of comedy, Jerome K.
Jerome, at the Athens Theatre, Mon-
day evening, May 23. Rehearsals are
now under way at Sarah Caswell An-
gell Hall and the club proposes to
make its next production the crown-
ing success of the University dramat-
ic season.
The cast of characters includes the
old favorites, Messrs. Dickey and Bird
and Misses Van Valkenburg and Cald-
well. The new recruits are Misses
Bogle, Flannigan and Schuler and
Messrs. Becker, Dutton and Numar-
ker.
The cast is as follows:
Wolff Kingsearl. ......Paul B. Dickey
Percival Kingsearl. ......Thomas Bird
George Jessop...-......Walter Becker
Captain Sands-....B..,... D. D. Dutton
Charles, a servant....John Numarker
Miss Henrietta Hobbs............
.Miss Nellie Van Valkenburg
Miss Millicent Farley...........
-Miss Frances Caldwell
Miss Susan Abbey ............
-....... Miss Marion Flannigan
A Maid Servant ................
............Miss Harriet Schuyler
A large amount of money has been
expended on the production of "Miss
Hobbs," a special yacht scene having
been secured from New York at great
expense. The Comedy club is taking
the lead in the movement to have the
stage in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall re-
constructed so that it will be possible
to produce college plays there. To
this end the club devotes a part of
its receipts and on this account, as
well as on the expected dramatic
worth of the production, the hearty
support of the student body should be
given it.
BEAT NORTHWESTERN
Michigan defeated Northwestern
yesterday afternoon by a score of 5
to 1 in a well-played game. Wendell
kept the Methodists hits scattered and
the telegraphic reports show that the
Wolverines played a steady fielding
game. Chicago returns here for a
mid-week game Wednesday. The
- game will be called at four o'clock.
Michigan's team will try to re-
verse the 3 to 2 victory by the Mid-
way squad. Eyke will probably pitch
his first game for the 'Varsity when
he opens up on Stagg's players on
Wednesday. The excitement of the
~ previous game and the appearance of
- a new twirler is sure to bring out a
large crowd to view the mid-week con-
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