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CALENDAR.
May 26-07 class dance in Barbour
Gymnasium.
May 26-Thursday evening-"Mental
Evolution in Animals," by Prof.
Pillsbury, Museum Lecture Room.
May 27 and 28-Interscholastic Meet
at Ferry Field.
May 27-Friday evening-"The Ri-
vals," by the High School Comedy
club, Athens Theatre.
May 27-Friday, 4 p. m.-Supt. W. J.
McKone, Albion, lecture at Tap-
pan Hall.
May 27-Dr. D. J. Phoms speaks at
University Y. M. C. A. at 6:30.
May 27-Glee Club concert in Univer-
sity Hall.
May 27-Interscholastic Dance, Wat-
erman Gym., 9 o'clock, Admission
75 cents, gallery 25 cents.
May 28-Deutscher Verein play "Die
Hochzeitreise" in Sarah Caswell
Angell Mall.
The freohmen classes of the Uni-
versity for this year deserve the high-
est commendation for the work that
they have done in baseball thisspring.
Two freshmen classes, the medics and
lits, struggled for the final honors,
having won fron the seaoned teams
of the upper classmen. It must furth-
erbe noticed that the final game yes-
terday was free from unsportsmanlike
conduct. Although both clases turn-
ed out in large numbers to view the
game, no unpleasant incident marred
the game. Brilliant plays on either
side were applauded impatially and
the best of good feeling seemed to pre-
vail.

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ROSE MAIDEN.
On June seventh the vocal deptrt-
ment of the School of Music are plan-
ning to put on a cantata, entitled
"Rose Maiden". It will be of the na-
ture of a concert, not acted but simply
sung. There will be fifty participants,
all from the School of Music. The so-
loists are as follows: Soprano, Miss
Farlan; alto, Miss Hunt; tenor, Mr.
Fred Killeen and basso, Mr. Howland
Woodword. The cantata is directed
by Prof. Howland and will be given
in Frieze Memorial Hall at the School
of Music. The tickets will be on sale
the last of this week at the School of
Music.
'07 LIT DANCING PARTY.
Tonight the '07 Lits will hold a
dance in Barbour Gymnasium for the
benefit of the baseball team. The man-
agement of the team has gone to con-
siderable expense in purchasing balls
and other paraphenalia in order to
give the base ball team as good a
chance as possible to win the class
championship.
The hard work of the team and man-
agement resulted in the winning of
the championship and now the mem-
hers of the rlass should turn out and
do their part, Good music has been
secured and everything is being done
to make the party a big success.
GIRL'S GLEE CLUB,
The University Girls' Glee Club will
give their second annual concert
Thursday evening, June 2, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. The club has
been under the direction of Mrs. Has-
treiter for the past year and has been
doing solme of its best work. The pro-
ceeds of the concert will go toward
the Lucinda Stone fellowship, which
shows there is a college spirit among
the girls. The program they will give
contains twelve numbers, the chorus
pieces being given variety by solo se-
lections of song and violin. The ad-
mission will be 50 cents.
DONATION TO MICHIGAN.
The University has been presented
with a volume of portraits of Mklrs.
Alice Freeman Palmer, one of the
most distinguished alumnae Michigan
has ever graduated. The volume is
the gift of her husband, Professor
George H. Palmer of Harvard Uni-
versity, and wil be placed in the gen-;
eral library,
TENNIS TEAM SELECTED.
McNeil yesterday defeated St. John,
10-8, 6-4, in the sets to decide the make
up of the Michigan team in the con-
ference tennis tournament. This re-

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will go to Kalamazoo and next week
will be taken up to the Chicago tour-
nament.
MUSICAL CLUBS CONCERT.
Tokeep your face
Friday nights Musical Club Concert in good C o n d i t i on,
will be more of a success than was
at first anticipated. As a result of use Williams' Shaving
the program printed several days ago, Stick.
a great deal of interest has been
aroused and the audience;will surely
be large.

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