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eeMichigan Dail
VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1904. No. 170
GERM1AN PLAY. SPMICI1GAN DAY AT FAIR.
To be Given by Deutscher Verein in June 28 is Selected.-Invitations Now
Sarah Caswell Angell Hail, Being Sent to Alumni. Low
Admission Free. Rates to St. Louis.
The Deutscher Verein which pre he ,LV niversity Glee Club The Louisiana Purchase Exposition
sents the comedy "Die Hochzeitreise" Company, in conjunction with the Un
Saturday evening is an organization versity authorities and the Alumni As-
composed of students of German. It sociation, has set aside Tuesday, June
consists of two sections, one composed V Eiivers !ty H A.I, Friday, May 27. 28, the Tuesday following commence-
of women and the other of men. The ment, as University of Michigan Day.
womens section has a club for each - --- --~---- The University has had printed
year of the college course. The men, CI1AM1PIONS '07 LITS. LARGE ENTRY LIST. twenty-five thousand invitations to the
not so numeous, are all in one section. exercises of the day and these are now
The purpose of the club is to furn- Class Baseball Series Ended Yester 240 Athletes will be seen in Competi- being sent out by the Exposition au-
ist a natural experience in the use of day with Lit. Victory over tion at Interscholastic meet- thorities and the alumni in St. Louis
Conversational German. For this rea- Fresh Medics-Game was List of Officials to each graduate whose address is in
sn the meetings are essentially so Ragged in Spots_ the University records. A committee
cial and informal and of relative fre Both Pitchers in has been appointed which is very ac-
quency. The subjects for discussion Form Two hundred and forty school ath- tively pushing the preparations forthe
are usually German life and history letes will appear at Ferry Field in day. This committee consists of Sim
though the talks are by no means The '07 Lits yesterday afternoon abbreviated attire on Friday and Sat- T. Price, '74, chairman; John E. Mc
hampered by set limits won the Varsity class championship urday. 575 entries have been record- Keighan, '66; Walter B. Stevens, '70;
As a sort of finish to theyear's work by defeating the '07 Medics in a spec- ed. These figures are almost the same Horton C. Ryan, '93, all of St. Louis,
of the verein the members have been tacular game in which the final score as those of last year. Mo.; Harry B. Hutchins, '71 Victor C.
accustomed to present a play in May was 7 to 5. The game was played on The entries of schools by number of Vaughan, '75; John R. Effinger, '91;
or June. The play which is to be the Varsity Field and the crowd com- men and individual entries is as fol- John R. Allen, '92; all of Ann Arbor
enacted this year was written pletely filled the grandstand and east lows: and J. Estill Ferris, '00 p, Saginaw,
by Julius Roderich Benedix, a German bleacher. The final game was typical Adrian, 1 entry, 1 man; Ann Arbor, Michigan.
dramatic author and actor, was born othe class series in the number of 52 entries, 31 men; Battle Creek, 9 Appropriate exercises will be held
at Leipzig in 1811, and died there Sep- balloon ascensions. Innings with er- entries, 5 men; Celar Springs, 8 en- during the day. The speakers are ex-
tember 26th 1873." "He was educated rors galore were mixed with periods tries, 2 men; Chelsea, 7 entries, 2 pected to be: Judge John E. McKig-
at the Prince's School in Grimma and of perfect play. men. han, representing the local alumni;
at the Thomas School in Leipzig. In The game was a see-saw as far as Chicago Schools. President Angell, representing the
1841, while manager of a theatre in the score was concerned. The Lits got Lewis Institute, 37 entries, 11 men; University; Senator Thomas W. Pal-
Wesel, he produced Das bensooste two runs in the first but the Medics Englewood, 1 entry, 1 man. mer, representing the State ofm Michi-
Haupt, or "Sthe Old Fogy," a comedy forged in the third. In the fourth the Detroit Schools. gan; Senator Joseph V. Quarles, re-
which made the round of all the Ger- Lits secured two tallies but theMedics Central, 50 entries, 19 men; West- presenting the Alumni Association;
man theatres, and was received with took the lead again in the fifth. Goose ern, 23 entries, 11 men; East Jordan, Mr. Water T. Stevens, representing
the greatest applause. This success eggs were handed out until the eighth 19 entries, 6 men; Grand Rapids Cen- the Exposition Company. The Rev.
mude an epoch in senidix's life. He largely through the effective work of tral, 19 entries, 9 men; Hastings, 10 Richard Cordley of Lawrence, Kan.,
gave ui his career as ai actor, and both pitchers. Then with two men on entries, 6 men; Holland, 1 entry, 1 has been invited to pronounce the in-
undertook tLie editrship of a literary bases, Holmes hit to left for a single. man; Howell, 21 entries, 13 men; vocation. All these men, with the ex-
"umrnal I 11842 he went to Cologne, G-egory's throw to the plate got past Lansing, 23 entries, 10 men; Morgan ception of President Angell, are grad-
here lie devoted himself partly to Campbellandtwo men scored. Holmes Park, Ill., 22 entries, 5 men; Muske- nates of the University. Mr. Stevens
literary work and partly to lecit g scored from third on a passed ball. gon, 27 entries, 5 men; Normal, Ill., is the secretary of the Expositiotn Com-
befor large aiudiencesSibley, the Medic pitcher was the 2 entries, I man; Oak Park, III., 4 en- pany. The presence of the students of
Of 1 numero pe a ; rest are main source of his team's strength, tries, 3 men; Pontiac, III., 3 entries, today is cordially desired as well as
his comedies. most of ic are fay although he was found in bunches. He 1 man; Plymouth, 10 entries, 5 men. that of the alumni.
rites in Germany, f r their humnoroums, had good control and speed and had Saginaw Schools. The University of Michigan has per-
intricate plot, vrmet of incident and the Lit's heavy batters on his staff. East Side, 19 entries, 7 men; Arthur haps been more influential than any
scene, -i natur, b it witty ne- The5Medics failed to give him thebest Hill, 19 entries, 5 men; Vassar, 28 en- other similar institution in the devel-
Amow" the list ar: 'Dr. We -, of suppo t when men were on bases. tries, 5 men; Wayne, 3 entries, 1 man. opment of the great territory cnsti-
I iensiboten' (flie Hochzeit r'ise) Schulte and Killifer, the Lit bat- The regular season tickets issued tuted by the Louisiana purchase, and
His dramatic wrsc s Gill twenty-seve s ty umheld their reputation fur con- by the Athletic Association will not it is appropriate that its part in this
vohumuec. Most of his plays -cc-' -sistent work. Schulte fielded his po- beonored for this meet; special tick- evolution of this civilization should be
translated into Engsh and er law sition in fine style, spoiling several ets are issued. celebrated by the Exposition Company
guage.l He is also the author of "Pic sae unts by his fast work. He fail- and by the niversity body. The rates
tores from the Lile of Actr"- and ad to make as many men fan the air STUDENT DROPPED. to St. Louis are very low indeed, and
popular works on German legendsoautus as his opponent, but kept the hits nearly everybody will go to the fair.
on German elocueion and rhythm. His scattered. The teams were about . . a senior, and orres- It will certainly be to the interest of
shauepeartmaie, eual on errors but the Medic's mis- t , all University students and alumni to
184. xetd osierbe.ners. ,,pnding secretary of this years Stu-maetirvstoS.Lusinld
1874., excised cuusiderabhe itees- plays came when they counted. The dent Lecture Association, has been make their visit ts Si Liuis include
star fielding play of the game was dropped from the University as a re- June 28, if possible.
MR. WOODWARD'S RECITA L. Gregory's catch of a hard hit liner in sult of alleged improper conduct in
short left. The hit looked so safe that his administration of the association's MICIIGAN 5-CIIICA6O 4.
F. Howland Woodward, baritone, the base runner had left second and affairs. The investigating committee
gives his graduation recital 'thutrsda; a double play resulted. of the non-athletic board of control Wolverines Won Out ,in Last Three
evening, assisted by Mits Minnie M. 'The batting trder tf the teams sas investigated the charges and decideds
Davis. Mr. Woodward is a cousin ofas tows that there was sufficient reason for I g
Professor tHiland uf the Schut (f Medics-Allinger, 7st; Gregory, 1. f.; finding against Mr. Boulger. The spe- Paul Hard.
Music Faculty. He is from Fitchburg, Silbey, p.; Coad, s.s.; Jones, c.f.; Wil- cific charge against him, it is under-
Mass., is a member of the University son, 3rd; Mac Michael, 2nd; Campbell, stood, is that he taxed the speakers In a garrison finish Michigan yestr-
Glee Club and also a member of the c.; Calvert, r.f. Lits-Dobbs, 3rd; who appeared under the auspices of day defeated Chicago on the Midway
local chapter of the Sinfonia Musical Toutcs, .f. Killifer, c.; Sinclair, 1st; the association, and this money was grounds. Nagle went in to do the
Fraternity. The following program Zimmerman 2nd; Schulte, p.; Clancy, .not used for the benefit of the associa- pitching for the Wolverines hut the
will be rendered: r.t.; Holmes, s.. Warren, Church, tion. Staggites evidently took kindly to the
Aria, "Mighty Lord and King all Davis, c.f. Mr. Boulgen was a member of the southpaw's delivery for Wendell was
Glorious" ......... . ..........Bach The score by innings: senior law class. He has worked his substituted in the fourth inning, after
Ich grolle nichlt. ........ ..Schumann 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R way through the four years of his col- Chicago had scored two runs. At the
Es hat die Rse...................'07 Medics . . . . . . . . 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0- 5 lege course and during that time has end of the sixth the score stood Chi-
Asus Meinen grossen Schmerzen..Franz '07 Lits ..........2 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 *- 7 earned the sincere respect of many of cago 3, Michigan 2. Here the Wol-
Der Lod and has Madchen... Batteries-Sibley and Cambbell; his fellow students. verine began to- mve up and suc-
Der Erlkonig-...............Schubert Schulte and 'Killifer. Umpire-Swee- - - cessful batting rallies sent five men
Recitative and caratine, "Dis Pos- ey.- NOTICE SENIOR. over the plate, the game ending 5 to
sente"-...................Gounod GOLF CANDIDATES. 4 in Michigan's favor. Paul and Har-
Chauson .......... ...........Sinding Those intending to try for places on The class tax of $1.50 is now due. ker, the Chicago battery was very ef-
Fanitul; Serenade.........Ole Oleson the golf team to play the Chicago No one can obtain invitations until fective until the last three innings.
Czar das ....... ............Josefby match must qualify by Friday or Sat- he has paid the class tax. The tres- The Chicgo-Michian series is now
Miss Minnie M. Davis. urday of this week. To do this they urer will be in Room C from one to even up. Both teams have won two
Nur Wet die Schusucht ennt.... must send their names to J. M. two p. m. daily except Friday, Satur- games. Strange to say both teams
Don Juan's Serenade...-......... Thomas. It is hoped that a large num- day 11 to 12. S. E. TOMASON, have been victorious on their oppon-
Pilgrim's Song .........Tschaikowsky her will qualify. Treasurer. ents grounds.
The Robin Sings .........MacDowell

Falstaff's Song-...............Fischer - SMALL ATTENDANCE.
Soldier's Song ............Howlanud +++++++
The Three Singers-....-.........Tours ,1A very small audience gathered in
a 1 9 0 4 . the Museum Lecture ruors yesterday
FRESH ENGINEERS. afternoon to listen to the lecture by
The Freshmen Engineers held a+M I I G A E N SIA"operast"The Ring of the Nibe-
class meeting yesterday to decide up lung." The lecture was interesting as
on the advisability of some form of THE VNIVERSITY YEAR SOOK $ well a instructive. Professor Stanley
jollification to draw the class more l gave toe outlines of the four great
closely together. What seemed to be operas, and illustrated his theme with
most favorably received was the idea On Sale at Cushing's, Schleede's, Sheehan's and Wahr's. some sixty illustratio s. These gave
of a class banquet. This suggestion PKICE a more adequate picture of the stage
was finally adopted and the date setP$1.50. conception of all ofthe imporant
for the banquet was Friday, June 3, MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED scenes in that great series of operas
It will be held at Oyster Bay. - "o + + S9 . the creation of that German master.

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