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Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
If the books written for the comic
opera have not been satisfactory of
late, there are two reasons which will
account for the decline. One is that
the writers who are specially fitted for
this sort of work refrain from com-
peting; the other is that those who do
compete will not take the trouble to
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TIENNIS TiEAM SES SINC(LES
ANI WINS DOtUBES AT TOLEDO
M1fiigau Sexiette Yakes Crediftaible
Showing Against Veterans
ie Maumee Town
Toledo's tennis club team defeated
the Michigan sextette which journey-
ed to the Maumee town last Saturday
by a 6 to 3 total in the afternoon's
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As regards the first point, it is ob-- play. Th Varsity me were drubbed
vious that no one with dramatic genius roundly in the singles, Mack being the
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THE COCA-COLA CO. o see an
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and a wholesome sense for humor
would care to spend his time on the
inanities, not to say vulgarities, of
comic opera as it is written today.
He has better use for his brains. If
the managers of the next opera . will
give assurances that a really first class
libretto will be acceptable and that
when accepted it will not be butchered
to make a stage manager's holiday,
perhaps a better type of talent can be
set to work. -
In the second place, it is obvious that
those who write the books submitted
have only the most superficial ac-
quaintance with the technique of play
writing, or at any rate that they have
no respect for it, otherwise it would
not be possible for them to commit
the atrocities which are manifest in
almost ever line. Apparently they are
quite satisfied if the best that they do
is as good as the worst in some pop-
The purpose of the comic opera is
not, 1 take it, merely to extort money
and' laughs from an indulgent audi-
ence, but to present to the community
the best light music, the happiest
lyrics, the wittiest dialogue, the most
ingenious plot, and the sanest and
most characteristic humor of which
the student body is capable. If these
are the aims of the managers and they
can be impressed upon all who have
anything to do with the performance,
there will be some reason to hope that
this, easily the most brilliant of the
year's events, will not pass into a
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I herewith withdraw my name as a
candidate for the Medical School vice-
presidency of the Michigan Uhion.
CARL W. EBERBACH, '16M.
At its May meeting the Board in
Control of Student Publications will
choose a business manager and man-
aging editor for the Michigan Daily
and the Gargoyle, respectively. It is
the policy of the board in filling the
positions on the publications under its
control to award them on the basis of
merit to those who have served in
minor positions on the publication to
which the positions pertain..
It sometimes happens, however, that
no one who has served on the publica-
tion during one year is eligible or
capable of filling one of the leading
positions thereon for the ensuing year.
When either of these sets of circum-
stances arises the board finds it neces-
sary to consider outside candidates.
This notice should not be considered
as an intimation that either of these
situations will arise this year.
All applications for these positiofis
should be in the hands of Prof. F. N.
Scott on or before May 10 in order to
be considered. Each application
should contain a statement of the ex-
perience of the applicant and should
be accompanied by the applicant's
eligibility card and any letters of
recommendation which he may have.
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT
only man to take his match, but team
play in the doubles secured two of
the three matches for Captain Rein-
In consideration of the competition
which it faced, the Michigan team
acquitted itself in creditable style.
The Toledo tennis players are among
the best and most experienced in the
middle west, and the showing of the
Varsity against this team augurs well
for later play.
The summaries follow: Singles-
Cummings (T) d. Reindel (M), 6-3,
8-10, 6-2; Vorhees (T) d. Eaton (M),
6-4, 6-3; Thomas (T) d. Crawford (M),
7-5, 3-6, 7-5; Mack (M) d. Gardner
(T), 7-5, 6-4; Grant (T) d. Switzer
(M), 11-9, 6-3; Campbell (T) d. Polas-
ky (M), 6-4, 2-6, 6-3. Doubles-Rein-
del and Crawford (M) d. Cummings
and Thomas (T), 6-4, 6-8, 6-4; Mack
and Switzer (M) d. Gardner and Grant
(T), 6-4, 4-6, 7-5; Campbell and Vor-
hees (T) d. Polasky and Eaton (M),
FRESH LOSE 4 TO 2
GAME TO VARSITY
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base. Smith who played second came
to the outfield. Niemann and Flynn
played the other field. Dwyer held
down first, Smith guarding second, and
Brandell, the only regular in the in-
field, taking care of short. The other
nen to face the freshmen were Thomas
who played third, Dunne at catch, and
Cutting, who was on the mound for
The score by innings and the battery
of yesterday's game follow:
Inning 1 2 3 4 5 6 7-R H E
Varsity 01 0 1 1 0 1- 4 8 1
All-Fresh 0 0 1 0 0 0 1- 2 5 6
Batteries: for the Varsity-Cutting
and Dunne; for the All-Fresh-Golden,
Hughitt and Lambert.
STAGED THIS WEEK
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Union opera, will sing with a chorus
Charles L. Kendrick, '15, and C. F.
Boos, '18, will present "Banjorine
stunts," which is claimed to be the
only act of its kind on the stage. Rob-
ert Dieterle, '18, baritone, will sing
with a chorus of 10.
The big act of the show will be the
"Exhibition Cabaret," in which Fran-
ces Seeley, '18, will appear with a
chorus of 40 dancers and singers.
Other numbers, including a "Dream
Phantasy," will be on the bill.
Tickets for the show go on sale at
the Whitney af* 10:00 o'clockthis morn-
ing, the prices being 75, 50 and 35
THIS WE r.~~
3DAYS Th urs. Ft.
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DON'T MISS SEEING A WONDERFVL PRODUCTION
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This Photoplay Ran For Months In New York at the Long Acre Theatre
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A Special Keystone Comedy (In two parts)
Come and have a Real, Good Laugh
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Professor Wilgus Speaks on Socialism
Prof. H. L. Wilgus, of the Law
School, will speak before the Michigan
branch of the Intereollegiate society
at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night, May
12, in the rooms of Adelphi society.
Professor Wilgus will talk on the ques-
tion, "Is the Socialist Program Feas-
ible?" and will take the negative as-
pect of the subject. Following the lec-
ture there will be a public discussion.
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the freshmen putting over five runs
in the fourth inning.
The senior engineers administered
the worst defeat of the day when
they walloped the yearlings in an 8 to
3 game. The first inning proved dis-
astrous, to the losing side when the
near grads pounded three pitchers for
five runs. However, Brown hurled
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