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THE 'UNIVERSITY -01 MICHIGAN DAILY

S THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

eublashed Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
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BUSINESS MANAGER.
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Communication.
Recent articles with glaring headlines
have come out in local and Detroit
papers claiming that Dr. Mosher had
dubbed the laws as "tough" and for this
reason the la v classes would not be al-
lowed the use a1 the Women's gym. for
a department dance. Whether or no this
was the reason given by those in charge,
it is at least a fact not to be disputed that
the gymnasium was refused the lawyers.
Why this discrimination? I for one
want to know upon what grounds the
Woman's gymnasium may be made a
feathered nest for the literary classes,
where they may dance to their heart's
content and the laws as uncermoniously
kicked out.
Is the gymnasium a University build-
ing or has it suddenly become a lit de-
partment annex? If so, I think it had
better be moved over to the main build-
ing. On the other hand, if it is a Uni-
versity building and devoted to the in-
terests of the University and not to one
cliue then I ask in the name of fairness
and common sense that we have no such
hair splitting discriminations. The breach
now existing between the two big depart
ments is wide enough and needs no aid
from students and much less from facul-
ty members to increase the bad feeling
already existing.
To make matters worse, on Saturday
night of last week after the laws had
been refused, the senior lits were grace-
fully allowed to conduct another of their
"delighted parties" and through The
Daily Columns the laws "who had al-
ready whetted their appetites for a
dance" were invited to come in and fill
up the crowd-in fact everyone was in-
vited to come -a sort of inter-depart-
ment campus affair. Had a sufficient
number of laws seen fit to attend, it
would virtually have amounted to a
"law" dance and then what a storm of
indignation would have swept over and
around the exclusive Women's gym.
Mr. Barbour. through whose liberality
the Woman's building was made a re-
ality, would no doubt be well pleased to
learn that his cherished building is still
inviolate, no law class having yet crossed
it's threshhold.
If the Woman's gymnasium is to stand
representative of Univrsity interests,
then let its doors swing open wide to
every deoartment alike for any occasion
or let it be refused to all alike. I hope
for one that these petty and affected
notions of a few will not so turn them
that they cannot be fair to all the stu-
dentstof all the departments of the whole
University. This slap at the law depart-'
ment is certainly undeserved and the
women's deartment of the University
has gained no friends by its extremely

partial conduct. The laws have cause tok
feel mdignant
LEX.

Glee Club Trip.
Last Sunday morning the Glee club,
Mandolin and Banjo clubs returned from
their spring trip to Grand Rapids, Kala-
mazoo, and Battle Creek. The boys tell
of good receptions and entertainments at
all places except that they were re-
quired to leave Battle Creek at the early
hour of three a. m. for Ann Arbor and
then they had to ride in a day coach and
sleep on their suit cases and instrument
cases which did not prove satisfactory
all around. At Grand Rapids the club
was greeted by a good sized house and
the audience seemed to enjoy the music
immensely by the number of encores that
were rsponded to. After the evening's
entertainment was concluded Mr. Rey-
nolds of Grand Rapids gave the boys a
tine reception in 6t. Cecelia's Hall. this
was a very eniovable affair and every
memsber of the club spoke very highly
of it.
The only matinee given on the trip was
at Kalamazoo Saturday afternoon. The
audience here was as large as could be
expected for an afternoon's entertain-
ment and the welcome received by the
club was very cordial.. The young ladies
of Kalamazoo entertained the boys in a
highly agreeable manner while in that
city but the stay was very short because
of the evening's engagement in Battle
Creek. The club arrived in that place
at 7:28 and went to the Congregational
church where they entertainment was
given. Quite a good sized house was in
attendance here and after the musicale
the Athleston club opened their club
roonms to the boys and gave them an
imformal dancing party. 'Ilhis was brok-
en up in time to allow the boys time to
catch the return train for Aim Arbor at
3 a. m. and all speak very highly of the
hospitality extended to the 'Varsity men
here.
On a whole the trip, while very short
and rather hurried was very successful
socially but financially was not a paying
undertaking. At the different places
where the cub played the desire was ex-
pressed to listen to the club yearly and
congratulations extended upon the pres-
ent high degree of perfection it had ob-
tained.
As the short trip this year has turned
out so successfully and none but the most
favorable of resorts have returned to
Ann Arbor of the club's trip it is ex-
pected that a longer trip will be per-
mitted next year by the faculty.
It will certainly be a great encourage-
ment to the club and eives the University
a standing and reoutation in musical
circles throughout the state and country
which it well deserves, besides being a
great stimalus to qualifications for mem-
bership to the musical clubs, and brings
out the best talent in the University.
Medics Will Visit Insane Astlum.
Friday, June I has been set aside as
the date for the senior medical class to
visit the insane asylum at Pontiac. This
trip seems to be part of the required
work in the senior year of the medical
course, as the trip is made for the clin-
ical instruction and each senior is ex-
pected to attend.
Gun Club Scores.
The following scores were made at the
last shoot of the Gun club:
Hutchins. 20: Maior Soule, 19; Whit-
tlesey, 17; Turner, 15; Guthrie, 14;
Armstrong, 10.

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