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1914
est Line of Woolens
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Drawing.
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igan. Published every morning except Mon-
day during the university year.
E3ntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan nnder Act of Congress of March 3,
r879.
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Telephones 960 and 2414.
Maurice Toulrne...........Managing Editor
Adna Johnson.............Business Manager
H. Beach Carpenter............News Editor
Fred Foulk..............Assistant to Editor
Leonard Rieser........Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill .......Music and Drama
Harold Abbott .. ............Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson.... ....Women's Editor
EDITORIALSn

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NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Chester Lang
Henry~ Rummel Jabin IHsu
F. F. McKinney
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T. Hawley Tapping F. M. Church
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
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John S. Ixcona!'- F. G. Millard
REPORTERS
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C. A. Swainson D. R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
C. L. Kendrick W. A. P. John
E. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF
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W. B. Chase R. V. Leffler
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1914.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummel.
Important meeting of the business
staff and tryonts at 4:00 o'clock today

numbers, but each was a monumental
work in organ literature.Three schools
were represented. The German school
was represented by Bach's Prelude
and Fugue in D, typical of Teutonic
stability. The andanate from Dorow-
ski's sonata exemplified the Russian
school. With very eiecive registra-
tion, and skillful dynamilc shading, it
portrayed the melancholy and yearn-
ing of the Russian temperament. The
French school was ably supported by
Dubois and Widor, whose character,
istics are puissance, dash, and bril-
liance.
The intermezzo in toccata-form)
from the 6th Symphony of Widor prob-
ably elicited more applause than any
other number. It calls for the curious
registration of combined reeds and
mixtures alone, which impart to iti a
very rich, sonorous, but brilliant ef-
I fect. The andante movement was an
enchanting air played on a string,
while a lovely flute stop played accom-
panying' arabesques around it.
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THE OUTLOOK.
At last we seem to have attained a
respectable standard in scholarship
and campus activity.
General scholarship has never been
better. The reports from all sides
have been most reassuring. The liter-
ary department has deported a very
few, more have been placed on proba-
tion and not a few have been warned.
But on the average, as compared with
the returns of other years, the outlook
is hopeful. The reports from the law
department show a big gain in schol-
arship. And the returns from the oth-
er departments have been equally op-
timistic.
Nothing needs to be said about thel
campus activities, the results speak
for themselves. A new efficiency has
been established. The committees
have been better handled. There has
been little or no appeal for support
for campus organizations simply be-
cause they were campus organizations.
Support has been forthcoming, because
full return has been given. The band,
the Comedy club, the Union opera, the
Glee club, the Gargoyle and the ath-
letic teams, all of them have shown
this independence.
Things are, as we would have them.

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THE POPULAR PLACE

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raw,

On account of a severe cold, Dr. An-
gell will not be able to give his lecture
on China at Newberry hall this after-
noon, as scheduled, and consequently
the Y. W. C. A. lecture course on "The
World Situation" will begin instead
with Professor Meader's lecture on
Russia, on March 4. Dr. Angell's lec-
ture has been postponed until March 8.
Those women who have received no-
tice of their eligibility to parts in the
cast of the junior play, are asked to
meet the committee at 4:00 o'clock
Thursday afternoon ai Sarah Caswell
ngell hall.
Senior and junior women who wish
to obtain scholarship loans are asked
to apply to Dean Jordan before March
1.
* * *
Mrs. Earl Dow, 554 Thompson street,
will be at home to college wo ien from
3:00 to 5:30 o'clock this afternoon
Owing to a recent bereavement, Mrs.
C. B. Kinyon, 914 1i11 street, will not
receive any more this year.
UsICL AL1CLUBS' PROGRAM
ROLDS AUDIENCE OF 4,000
Squeezing a laugh from every act,
the 60 men comprising Michigan's mu-
sical clubs held an audience of 4.000
for two and a half hours last night.The
program ran all the way from the ef-
fervescent comedy of Waldo Fellows,
'14, to the flirtatious dance of George
Moritz, '15, backed up by a short skit
and musical comedy stunts by the
different members of the two clubs.
Old Union opera song hits and the
later successes of popular musical
comedies formed the basis of the mu-
sic.
Financially, too, the concert was
quite a success, the approximate re-
turns for the evening's performance
being estimated at $1,200.

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A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
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Students may take regular courses leading to graduation,or they may
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SPRING

Mr. Earl Moore inaugurated a new
epoch yesterday afternoon in his se-
ries of organ concerts. While it is
well enough to humor the demands of
dillettantes, and prepare a program
of a dozen pleasing, directly compre-
hensible but fatuous compositions,
still it is essential to the symmetrical
development of the musical taste of
the public to interpolate occasionally
a program of solid compositions,
which are the only proper media for
revealing the true grandeur of this in-
strument.
Yesterday's concert exemplified such
a program. There were only four

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