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THE MICHIGAN DAILY well right!" and read at once Samuel
;_M. Crather's essay (it' is in the li-
Entered as second-class sat ter at the An brary with the leaves uncut) on "How
Arbor Post Office. a Specialist May Yet Be an Educated
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the Mven unconvinced silence would he
college year, at117 E. Washingtonsstreet E
(basement floor, side entrance) Phone e-3r better than the lame excuses that have
appeared in print. Complaint about
MANAGING EDITOR : the "Athens Theatre" is a subterfuge.
S. EMORY'1 Ti1OMASON Ann Arbor's aesthetic sense has never
BUSINESS MANAGER: been suspected of such refinement that
ROSCOE B. H USTON it could be distracted from the stage,
EDITORS: during a capable performance, by bare
Athletics, - - - RossuT K. WALTON walls and a rolled-up curtain. If Mrs.
News. - - - - - J. S. BALMY Fiske, or any other actor or actress
ASSOCIATES: of ability, is willing to stand the stage
Oliford Stevenson, Roy Peebles. accomodations there, we can ignore
A. M. Graver, Henry P. Erwin the condition of the auditorium. It
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortineyer. is no worse than some of our class-
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. biore. rooms.
Ida hI. Brownrigg. I. Waite .iayne. ThprxmtofDrisugte
eo. A. Osborn. Hiaroldi C. S11l1. ThprxmtofDrisugte
Harry H. Andrews. Tbot A. Sims. as an excuse in Friday's Daily, scarce-
Thomas B Roberta Clyde tU lew. ly Serves, According to that logic,
BUSINESS STAFF: it was not worth while this year to
C. A. Thompson. Wl. I. Lloyd patronize the May Festival, when, on-
M. S. Koblitz. 11. i1. i.aourette- ly the week before, the Castle Square
Benj. E. Deitoy. iThos. L. b+ebete
Max Finkselstein it. Opera tompany gave excellent per-
formances at the Detroit Oper%1ouse.
Editor Today-GEO. A. OSBORN. Querulous talk about Ibsen as a
dramatist and Mrs. Fiske as an in'
Subscription-Two Dollars per year, payabe in terpreter of his characters comes
advance. If deinquent after Nov. 1, 1903, $.o nearer the logic of the matter. The
fear of being disturbed by Ibsen avow-
Office Sru:- 30 Is :30 and 6:30 Is 7:31 edly kept many away from the thea-
p. m0 Daily,
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man- tre Wednesday night. Such desire for
ager, 331 Packard Street. bovine complacency is paralleled only
Telephone. 461. by the calm superiority which brands
Ibsen as "not worth while" and sets
up a private standard of aesthetic
judgment. Those who know the play
"Hedda Gabler" appreciate the fine
CA LEN DA R:way of such discussion regarding a
play whose principal character is a
woman who "must have no hand in
June 7-Tuesday-Cantata, "The Rose mournful work," who "loathes all
Maiden," in Frieze Memorial Mall forms of ugliness," a supremely self-
by the vocal department of the ish woman who, at last, finds herself
School of Music, under direction caught in the coil of her own selfish-
of Prof. Howland. ness.
June 9-Thursday-8 p. m. Minstrel It is neither new nor entirely un
concert by St. Andrew'schoir boys justifiable criticism which notes in
at Harris hall. the University of Michigan a decided
June 13-Monday-Lecture by Fr. T. absence of catholicity of taste, shown
J. Haggerty on "Why labor is or- by the extreme one-sidedness of most
ganized, why it should organize of the men in the professional depart-
and what it is organized for." ments, and in the literary department
June 19-Sunday-the depressing predominance of prac-
Jue1-udy-Baccalaureate ad- tical pedogogy.
dress by Pres. Angell, University A "LIT."
June 22-Wednesday-Alumuni day at REMOVAL NOTICE.
the University, 2:30 p. m. ., Alum-
ni association's annual meeting
and song recital, University hall. w. J: Lourim has moved his loan
8 p. m. reception, Waterman gym- office to 104 Fourth avenue, opposite
nasium. . court house, two doors south of new
June 23-Thursday-Sixtieth annual Y. M. C. A. tf
commencement class oration by
Prof. Calvin Thomas of Columbia LOST-A pair of gold rimmed eye-
University. glasses between University hall and
corner of Thayer and Washington.
Finder please return to secretary's
COMMUNICATION, office. dl
(The Daily assumes no responsi- SUMMER WORK
bility for the sentiment expressed in
this communication.) Student agents wanted for Mc-
Perhaps it would be just as well for Clure's Magazine. Large commission.
the university community not to claim Cash prizes for best work. Easy.
its inning after the glimpse Mrs. Fiske Dignified. Write now for full partic-
has given us into the outside world. ulars. 141 East 25th St., New York
It is rather futile to ascribe her re- City. 167-e.
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the courage to say publicly exactly
what has been said semi-confidentially
in many class rooms and other gath-
erings in faculty and student circles.
Let us quote from Kipling to ourselves
and to each other, "We have had a:
jolly good lesson and it serves us jolly
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