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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of Mich-
igan
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
ntered..at the postoff'ice at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
1879.
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
ing, Maynard Street.
Office hours: Editor-i t0'3 p. i.; 7 to to
p. m. «Business Manager- to 3 p. n
SubscriptionPrice: By carrier, $2.5; by mail,
$300.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy: Universitv Pharmacy;
C. I=1. Davis, Cor. Packard & State
Phone: Bell, 96o.
Frank Pennell..............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard...... .....Business Manager
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1913.
ight Editor-David D. Hunting.
A GREATER COMEDY CLUB.
The action of the Comedy club Mon-
dlay in offering a prize of $100 for the
best play submitted by a student marks
another step in the noteworthy pro-
gross which that organization has
made during during the present year
The announcement of the competitionj
will be greeted with approbation ev-
eryw here. It provides opportunity for
the expression of ability and ambition
which, previously found no outlet at'
Michigan, and wil serve to stimulate
interest in uplifting the contemporary
drama,
But why stop here? There is more
for the Comedy club t4' do. Th pub-
lic productions of the club have been
all too few, instead of one show a year,
why not one a month? To provide
enough actors let the club enlarge it
membership to embrace two or three
active casts. There is plenty of good
histrionic material on the campus
which has not been utilized. If neces-
sary, enlist the support of the high
school and the townspeople in a jun
ior or extension organization and let
the club give a monthly production in
one of the university halls at a moder-
ate admission fee,,
We can conceive of no better way
in which to bring about the elevation
of the drama, Most of us would be
betteri judges of a good or bd drama
after we had tried to write one or ha
attempted to Play a part. As specta
tors such a program on the part of the
Comedy club would provide us with
opportunities to see more of the better.
class drama at less expense than has
hitherto been our privilege
Critics say tha the next decade will
mark the renaissance of the drama.
#Phis probably is true, et's fro our
share at Michigan in a greater 0omedy
club.
FUNNY QR UNJUST?
Don't you,1honestly think We've hiad
enough of the banter which apcompa-,
nies a certain member of the Varsity
nine every time he takes his place at
bat? There is such a thing as carrying
the spirit of fun t a st4ge Which is
harmful to the game and exeedingly
detrimental to the team and it mem-
bers. If to be funny we mst also be
unjust, let's quit bing humorists right
this minute,
YOUR SHOULDER TO THE WHEEL.
We cannot too strongly urge your at-
tendance at the boat club Mass meet-
ing tonight at the Union. This i one
of those projects which htas come with
the bang that promises big for the
future.' Two of its chief purposes,-
the formation of crews and the protec-
tion oif life,-are alone worthy of all
the support we can give. Remeber

Frank Chance Pay,
Detroit, Saturday, May 10

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VIMERSITY NOTICES.
University band rehearsal and bus-
mness meeting at McMillan hall tonight
at 7:00 o'clock.
Meeting of junior lit class, today,
4:00 p. in., in west physics lecture
room.
Senior lit baseball 'practice every af-
ternoon at 3:00 o'clock on South Fer-
ry Hield.
Meeting of Glee club tonight on third
floor =of University hall at 7:00 o'clock.
Junior lit baseball practice today at
3:00 o'clock. Election of cantain.
J engineers -baseball practice at
South Ferny field at 3:00 o'clock this
afternoon.
Senior engineers baseball practice,
South Ferry field today at 3$:00 o'clock.
All Junior girls who intend to write
a Junior Girls' play next year, see Mr.
Kenyon in regard to their plot in his
office, room 23, old engineering build-
ing, or call 916-4L ,
Fresh lit baseball practice at South
Ferry field at 3,00 o'clock this After-
I %JA11FU IX BRIEF. I
The Missouri Valley club will hold
at smoker at the Union tonight..Harry-
K. Curtis, '14, will preside and will
call upon representatives fr~om each of
the .4issoiyi valley states to respond.
Admission will be 25 cents.
The last dance of the senior law
clasp' will be held Thursday night at
the Union. The tickets for, the party
will be limited to 90 and will sell for
50 cen ts.
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The members of the Catholic Stu-
dents' club will dance informally at
St. Thomas hail this evening at 8:3a0
0 'clocli . -Admission will be by mem-
bership ticket.
Prof. R. Peterson, of the medical de-
partment, left yesterday. for Rochester,
N. Y., where, he will deliver, two adt-
dresses before tihe New. York State
Medical gsppciation ,today. He will re-
turn to this city tgpiit.

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