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A. Rowdy Student Curbed
by Anarchistic Oratory
THE MSSERS. SHUBERT AND LEWIS WALLER
;The Dramatic Sensation of the Age
Evary Medical Man,
;EreS tE WEST
Emma Goldman, anarchist, calve to
Ann Arbor yesterday,delivered two lec-
tures in a down town hall-one mile'
from the philosophy lecture room in
University hall-and departed last
night, leaving several hundred stu-
dents, a dozen instructors and a score
of club women to do some tall think-
"Damaged Goods," Brieux's famous
didactic play, was Miss Goldman's sub-
ject in the afternoon and "Syndical-
ism" her topic in the evening. Ver
afternoon audience was the more inter-
Varied crowds, ranging from a dean
to the "rough-neck" student, who spent
a quarter for an opportunity to take
part in a prospective "rough-house,"
made up the lecturer's audience. A.
Rowdy Student howled and jeered be-
fore the address began but the'appear-
ance of the middle aged, forceful-ap-
pearing woman was sufficient to hush
A few sentences informed A. Rowdy
Student that here was not merely an
emotional agitator but a calm, reason-
ing philosopher. A few minutes more
and he was listening intently with the
others to a woman who dealt frankly
and startlingly with a question which
many men avoid or handle with kid
What Miss Goldman said startled her
audience. They had expected that. But
even assertions which cut to the quick
brought only more concentrated atten-
tion. When she sat down at the con-
clusion of each lecture amid genuine
applause, to which faculty men were
enthusiastic contributors, there was
little disposition on the part of anyone
to laugh or ridicule.
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DEAN VAUGHAN IS MUS[C AND DRAMA.
Miss Bergman's Recital.
INVOLVED IN SUIT A happy arrangement with the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin gave us for an ex-
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Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the med-
ical department, is party to a $500,000
damage suit brought by the Jenner
medical college of Chicago against the
American Medical association, last Fri-
day, on the charge of conspiracy.
Prof. Vaughan is a member of the
council of the Association and was
present at the mid-winter conference
held in Chicago last week, when the
Association ranked Jenner college in
the "C" class.
The. authorities of the Jenner med-
ical college accuse the council of con-
spiracy to wreck their institution and
claim that they have been damaged to
the extent of $500,000 as a result of
the low rating.
Senior Laws Must Ballot Again.
In the senior law election for vale-
dictorian Friday, C. H. Avery re-
ceived 52 votes and S. E. Doyle 42.
As neither man polled a majority of
the ballots cast a new election is ne-
cessitated and will be held sometime
next week, the date to be announced
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Lost-Choral Union ticket No. 85, Sec-
tion. 5, in University Hall. Finder
call 904-J 2R. 103-104
change concert on Monday evening, a
song recital by Miss Minnie Bergman
of the music department of that col-
lege. Miss Bergman possesses a voice
of great range and power, which she
uses with much charm of tone. She
made her varied program of Schubert,
Debussy, Brahms, and Freer, finely ef-
fective and meaningful.
Mr. Welch GivesRecil.
The two concerts offered by the
school of music for this week will be
a piano recital on Monday evening
by Roy Dickinson Welch, and the regu-
lar March faculty concert on Thursday
Mr. Welch has spent two years of
study in Europe since his last appear-
ance here, and offers a most interest-
ing progr.am for his recital.
One of its most interesting features
will be a melodrama written by Mr.
Welch to Alfred Noyes' poem "The Two
Painters, a Tale of Old Japan." John
Townley will read the poem. The re-
cital will be given at the school of
music and will be complimentary.
The program will be as follows:
Sonata, Op. 53 (Appasionata)......
The Two Painters, A Tale of Old Ja-
pan (a melodrama) poem by Al-
fred Noyes................ Welch
Pastoralle .......... Scarlatti-Tausig
Caprice, No. 3 ....Paganini-Schumann
Danse Negre...........Cyril Scott
Papillons .. ..... ...Schumann
"Man lebt nur einmal". Strauss-Tausig
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