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MICHIGAN SPIRIT
GETS COMPLIMENT
Syracuse Grad Commends Way Stands
Stopped Jeering of Orange
Two -Niler
SAYS IT WAS DOUBLE VICTORY.
(The Michigan Daily assumes no re-
sponsibility for sentiments express-
ed in communications.)
Northville, Mich., May 20, 1912.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
My dear sir:-I write you today that
you may know of the great victory
which Michigan scored last Saturday.
The two mile race was a double vic-
tory for the Yellow and the Blue. Not
Only did Haimbaugh defeat Danes, who
is acknowledged one of the best two
milers in the East, but in a display of
manliness of the true type an even
greater victory was won in the stands.
It was very evident after the first
mile that Haimbaugh was far superior
to his eastern competitor. According-
ly as Danes passed the tape on the
sixth and seventh lap, three or four
men began to berate and jeer the Syr-
acuse runner. My heart was cheered
and my admiration for Michigan in-
creased fifty per cent as the stands
put a stop to the unmanly conduct and
let the man finish without the stigma
of defeat plus the taunts of the spec-
tators.
Six years out in the world teaches
me that "play square" is life's greatest

Yours faithfully,
R. M. Pierce, Syracuse '07.

the balcony, under the gallery is a
large room for the use of the choral
union.
In respect to minor arrangements,
the detailed plans show that nothing
has been left undone to assure the
convenience of the speakers and mu-
sicians who will appear as well as the
audience.
LA' A ti Ct'VXT 7~ 1T1 FTUT.TY(

HILL AUDITORIUM TO EXCELL
ALMOST ANYTHING SIMILAR.
Stage, Size of Building, Accoustics, All
Are Cared for in the
Preparation.

V LJAtr JiHLiNSEJ I5LrUB;L1U
TO BE SEEN HERE IN AUGUST
The flag of the ChungHwa republic
will be displayed for the first time at
a Chinese student gathering in the
United States, when the mid-west sec-
tion of the Chinese Students, Alliance
in the United States convenes here in
August.
The dragon flag will be supplanted
by the new republican flag, consisting
of five colors, red, white, blue, yellow
and black, each color significant of
one of the five races composing the
republic.
END EXTENSION LECTURES SOON
Only Twenty-One Lectures out of 300
Remain to be Delivered.
Professor A. A. Stanley is lecturing
in the Upper Peninsula this week on
the University Extension course. He
spoke at Hancock Monday evening. He
l:ctured yesterday afternoon at Paines-
dale, and last night at Calumet. The
other towns on his itinerary are Lake
Linden, Houghton and Dollar Bay.
The only lectures scheduled for the
lower peninsula, this week are to be
given by Dr. Hinsdale, and Professor
F. C. Newcombe, at Pontiac and Ha-
gensville, respectively, Saturday.
Only twentyone out of the 300 lec-
tures remain to be given on the Ex-
tension course after this week.
Latin will not be mentioned as a re-
quirement for admission to Nebraska
University next year as heretofore.
Even mathematics does not hold its
former high place in the requirements;
beginning in the fall four credits will
be sufficient to enter, whereas for-
merly five, were needed.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
All senior lits should get out to the
senior lit-junior law game this after-
noon. Game called at 4:15.
There will be a rehearsal of the
Glee club tonight at 8 o'clock in the
Adelphi rooms. The new constitution
will be read and discussed.
Senior lit sing Thursday night at 7
o'clock.
There will be an oratorical board
meeting at 4:30 this afternoon in room
302 N. W. Old and new members be
present. Installation of new officers.
Band rehearsal tonight, McMillan
hall, 7 o'clock. Very important.
Class meeting of senior engineers
this afternoon at 5 o'clock in room 311.
Very important.

Dr. G. L. Jack
ski, Dr. J. G. C
lory, Dr. G W
I{insdale, and:

MANY MEMBERS
WILL BUILD
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attendant house-c:
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Contradicting current

reports to the
the New Hill
of sufficient

size for any use the university may
have for it, the university authorities
assert that the stage will be ample in
size and moreover, will be especially
serviceable on account of its peculiar
shape. It may safely be affiruied that
no other university posesses a build-
ing of precisely the same character.
The stage which is to be more than
70 feet wide and 30 feet deep will be
just about the shape of the stage of
the celebrated Orchestra Hall of Chi-
' cago.
Notwithstanding the size of the au-
ditorium it is expected that the acous-
tic effects will be better than in the
present University hall. The whole
rear of the hall and the back of the
stage and above will be built in the
curve of a parabola, so that the sounds
of a voice or of an instrument at the
focus will be carried out into the hall
ni a manner similar to the reflector of
a locomotive headlight. The control
of objectionable echoes will be assur-
ed by the texture of the walls.
At the side of the stage are several
small rooms for the use of artists who
take part in the concerts; and back of

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