THE, MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, AP.RIL 5, 19191
PAGE EIQPIT SATUftOAT, ARRIL ~, 1919 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
LAST OPEIA 1SHOW TO1 Y
THE JUNIOR HOP COMMITTEE
(Continued from Page One)
Bernard Shirk, '21E, as Alice West,
will also be remembered. Their voices
suit their parts well.
The sextet, composed of David D.
Nash, '20, H. C. Waltzer, '21, Joe Geb-
hart, '21E, Richard B. Marshall, '21E,
Carl Wilmot, '19, and R. G. Marshall,
'21E, is well blended. The quartet in
"My Lover" is the most harmonious
of the group numbers.
Carlos Zanelli, '19E, is successful ini
his prologue number. The Spanish
song offers ample opportunity for a
display of his rich voice.
The scenery and costumes are
worthy of considerable praise. Bright'
colors reign throughout, and numer-
ous changes of costume lend the liv-
ing touch to the attractiveness of the
background. The chorus of "pretty
girls" gayly bedecked serves its pur
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A second edition of this extra
will be issued at 6 o'clock Satur-
day morning, containing a picture
of the grand march. It will be Top row-Lester A. Abel, '20A, Decorations; George Strurkman, '20L
delivered to the fraternities and Decorations; Waldo G. Harbert, '20E, Tickets; Joseph V. Tracy, '20E. Pro-
sold at Cushing's Drug Store, The j grams; Newell E. Lavely, '20H, Decorations; Frank J. Helbig, '20Ph., Cere-
Delta, Sugden's Drug Store, Cal- monies. Bottom row-Joseph Palma, '20M, Ceremonies and Music; Carl T.
kin's Drug Store, and the Stu- Hogan, '20E, Booths; David B. Landis, '20, Publicity; Karl H. Velde, '20, Gen-
dents' Supply Store. eral Chairman; Dgvid.D. Nash, '20. Secretary cnd Treasurer; John S. Perrin,
I ----_- ---- _ '20, Music.
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As early as 1841 when the Univer-
sity of Michigan was -formally in-
augurated and the original freshmen
class of six verdants matriculated, the
institution began to acquire a distinct
jindividuality. One by one certain cus-
toms and precedents were established
which came to constitute the category
of venerated traditions, crystallized in
that characteristic trend of thought,
exprsions , and purpose - Michigan
Athiough necessarily neglected dur-
ing the time of war, the more typical
and well established customs are again
observed and are surviving the period
of transition and change. The more
serious traditions are returning in-
tact, the more frivolous slightly al-
tered. Michigan spirit is still pres-
ent, broadened and dignified in pro-
portion to the extraordinary and
grave individual experience of the past
Sholaaships Accepted Goal
Viewing scholastic supremacy as
the ever accepted goal about which al1
traditions have been woven, there is
io preserved in theu old customs
and precedentsa rather complete cat-
alogue of the developed ideals of the
Anyone twho has been in Ann Ar-
bor "iearly June and has witnessed
the night at Observatory hollow when
the big bonfire illuminates the wind-
ing line of yearlings being transform-
ed into sophomores, has seen and felt
the most impressive of all Michigan
traditions - Cap Night. The splendid
fellowship displayed on this occasion
combined with the annual swingout
and class sings of the parting seniors
may be taken as examples of a loyal
comradrie just as the devout inpres-
sivesess of the great convocations nay
be said to typify Michigan in a mood
of reverence and dignity.
Such concrete representations as the
Union, the Student council, and other
timely and active campus organiza-
tions show the ever present spirit of
progress and democracy which has it-
self become traditional.
The recognized need of some re-
laxation from steady application to
academic pursuits and the subsequent
adoption of an athletic program, pub-
lications, the Union opera, and even
the J-Hop itself, all now traditional,
denote a broad and well balanced
The monster mass meetings, the
spring and fall games, Black Fridays,
the code of laws for freshmen, and
countless other of the customs that
are commonly brought to mind by the
word "traditions," serve or have serv-
ed their varied purposes. They are
constantly changing in some degree to
meet new needs with the specific aim
of uniting more firmly that great body
of students already so well suited for
a natural unity.
In this manner present Michigan
Spirit is constantly stimulated and to
Michigan's future are handed down
the most striking opinions, doctrines,
and practices of Michigan's past.
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1916 came from the state of Michigan.
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