THE UNIVE118ITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
M1 A r Prof. Krause, of Lripsir. Germany, aod LOOK TO US
411 s expecs to ooneunoder his tfficient to-
3 W tilage for two or threre'-ears more. Prof.
Pubilsbed Daily fSundays excepted) during the Krause has bseome murio attaced to
Cottege yer, at him and thinkoverry highly of his talrnto
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICIG AN had ability, soying, that he rxprrts him
GrpecE: The Inland Press, Henning Btock. to berrome oor of the most notrd pianists
Bath Phonsm14tin. of thr agr. In his popils rrcitalo 'Mr. Oar first offering c
Krause has often, of iotr, placerd Elbrl the hands of the f
iSAAIGEIO. ont his programs to the exclsssion of some BLOCH' CO. Ever'
F. ENGsEARD, '01 L. of his otdest anct bestpois Of the lat- tei ersne
BSES AAE. tee, souse hove been studying with him here. No merchant
o. WHANe, 'tO L. foe several yearswerreas. "Ach Louie" patterns at 50 per ae
ATHLETICS, 0. D. Hmesssr, 'St B. has only been his pupil foe a few months.
T.I.WseW '0L .H icaes' a That is practical praise of the hightest
B. WOOD, '00, W. D. Haxes, 'oc hM, bind. Ethel has latety apurared in some
L. J. MOTesusEesY, 'as, . H. Jssacsaee. '55 L. of the great concerts its Leipsic, notably
W.A. KNIGHsT '01 L. V. T. BVAssSI. a special concert on thse evening of -May
ises LILLANe.sxSAI oc55'08. 2411h.M
As a comtposer -Ae. Krause has espec-
ally praised this artist, hse sat's he feels
______________________________thtat Elbel swill sutrely excertintshlis line. +++0+0+0+0I+++0-
Thesubcritio prce f he )AIT i $250 orSome of Ethel's late efforts itn this direc-
the cottege yease. wth a eegutae dettvey hefoee tionshave atiractedl the atteniiott of a A T R T
flees each day. Notcescommunatcatione,adA
ether ematte ictended to u lahtionamaset he fesv of toe best critics itt Europe.
handed in at the DAIos e efoele85p. anSor Ir. Elbel has too great thintgs in Iis
matted to the edttorefele3Ip. in. at the lay x
peeviass to thst as whtch they see expected to favor; Ir is a born tmssiciatnattdfite pos- Sti
appear. vesoes bsides his great taletnts, isssotssoit-
Suhscetptionsemasp5be lt astsheDAsLY sller,X
Meye's, orSteste's cewsandor with Busiesabe ile etnergy. _tichsigans, before tsattv ')1
Miaagee. Suheceihers witt melfeealavoer-by
reportng peampts' at this offoe aspfalutte o years.,stay justly be proutd of her mac ,40Acrir odlvrppr TeVcos n h op softet A
Alt ohsnges is advertieing uattee mst he ia samse, vwto took titisbeautiftti way tof and ge
the offce hy 4Op. am. as the day previoas to that .
onc which theye a oe r-shtoswittg Ihis love for the Usiversity. + Sroea
Fine Clothing, flats
consists of the advance style, fresh from
foremost Fashion Makers, THlE STEIN
-Fabric that has etrength and Charac-
in this collectin; every style in vogue is
.tailor wilt give yen the same style and
'nt. more money. . ,
209 S. Main
1E MAY FESTIVAL
top in at PARKER'S
et a good, cold glass of c
aWater. Strawberry 4C
Crushes 10c. cp
;ht to the refreshment atand st Athletic Field.
W. S. PORERF.§
V t av uvwavv. v.Whest tse littte Iiis d celegatioss
after tise gamtse yesterday gave thse Ilti-
ttoiv tell vwithtaMieligati ottthe etsd of
it, a fesw hissed atsd jeered thseit. It is
gratifyinsg to totice thtat thsestajority did
tot share itt ths5i'sttgasvc tsetmsa 'goodi
hand' ott several occtasionss, also thtere
swas cuite a getteral msovettetnt to yell at
McCollumattd to toake pereonal rtstsarks
to tsits its the hsope of gettitngIitts"'tp its
thte air." Bitt to Iis cresdit he it said thast
hse refuisedl to "soar" antshie tsstckers
engaged inthiis busittess sad thte satis-
factiots of seeing their efforts fail. Thtis
sort of conduttehas no husissess attotng
stensvsho are cleats atsd sportssmsattlike
and it is to be isoped that it will tot be
repeated. L~et ts save cheering and
plensty of it but let the rooters' enthusi-
asm retnaitt ssithin the hounds of de-
cetncy. If aty attenspt is nsade to repeat
yesterday's perfortmantce it shonld hc to
pronsptly atnd decisively stopped by thte
croswd that its recurrattce seed not he
feared its the future.
Harvard Has a Special Stummer See.
Harvard ntade an offer to furttishs free
ttitiontshlis suttttter to tono Cutbats
schsool teachers. It wvas vrottptly ac-
cepted and ittstead the nuttier veil1 reacth
1,400. Caring for stcs a cotntitngent re-
qpuires att immtensse atmountt of preparti-
lion. The preparations for lodging tire
alreudy ntearitng conmpletiots, as it is desir-
able to have all arrangensents nude be-
fore thse party leaves Cutba. The circst-
lars vwhichs were senst to C, tmbridge
househsolders its regard to boarditng thte
Soo wvomnttvhlo will accotmpatny the
party, htave found a ready response aind
ciuarters for about 700 voot-en have been
secttred in private boarding houses.
Msost of the 6oo moen will be fttishied
wils rootms its Cottatnt, Perkins andTet'rits-
ity halls. Thse teachsers will also secssrr
free railroad transportatiots front the
southern coast to Camabridge.
Composer oif "Victors" Making a
Many people of Ann Arbor atnd stu-
dettts of Mlichsigan, especially thoose its
athletic and all connected with nousicat
circles, will remember Mr. Elbel ; for
three yearn a nmensher of the literary class
of 1900 and also daring the Sasne timea
tudent of the School of Music nnder
Prof. Jonas. Those who did not knowe
him are familiar with the noose of the
yotungStutdent cotmposer of 'iielegan'a
beautiful osareb, The Victors, vwhich is
now in its third edition.
Mir. Ethel it at present studying under
Johntt'Murephy, 'no M.. received te atp-
psoitmtsct yesterday intshte U. S. 'Marisse
hsospital loeated its ClevelantdOiio. Thte
appoitmoent catmss ty acopetptitiv-e cx-
atl thse leadinsgstesdicvl colleges osfte
Mlr. Murphsylca vstonietit feteCleve-
asse ansd bevwill assumtoe this offhciat dis-
1iev as soont as he arrives intshle city.
A new Assortment of Oval Frames
and Frame Mouldings, just reccived
Do riot fail to see them.
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