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THE,

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1910.

VOL. I.

o.r T .

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COACH YOST BACK
ON A SHORT VISIT
Wears Wider Smile Than Ever;
Likes New Rules; Pre-
dicts Good Season
WATCH US, WE CAN COME BACK
"'Welt be on the job and fighting
whben the season opens," saiet oahi
Yost to a Wolneine repiorter Thrs-
itsy evening as le was eating dinnie.
ITe thurry-np iiaii was iiAnn Atioe
osly a dlay. Dsrieiig his sa lie ssent
most of Iis time lookig iito the eligi-
blitty of his pupils foe sext fall. The
eoaeh stilt weas his famious smilie, han
gaisned abost tweity pisisds dsrieisg the
swinter, thinsks the ight at Resosas a
fakse, is delighted that the peuple aen
fud Dr. Cools out, andethIlisich3lii-
gaii has a giod eane of lhaing a
swinning football teamis next fall.
Thec Wolserisie is certains of the
Coae's good health, bease a reorter
saw ins'io away swithi a meathts
would ave dose redit to two orinar
"Yes, I gettinig kiid of aixious for
the seasosn to open y'know' remarked
the big felleiw as te pushed his chair
froim the table ad lighted the isevitable
stogie.
"t don't want to say we'll have a
champtionshsip trai next fall beaise
you ast tell yet who will learkinu
the gamie, utasysav eltle tere
fightinig whteileseasionsstes. Milcii
gais ougt to ave a giisd tIcm,'knyowis.
Whien Yost gets talkisg absusst foit
alt he is ini his eeenest. He is Iii ess
thiusiasti, sinere anse happty wess
talkisig abiontIis fassrite sssbjet Itat
it is a pleasure to overse witsh im.'
If sosewsnsis to see his fasoss ssile
justl messtioss the Pessn. tandi Misnesta
gasses of last fall asse it will atitear iss
alt its rsdiasse.
"What o I thisk of the Jeffries-
Johsnsoss fight? Wel- eeethe oseh
made a wry fae as he toolk a long
drag ois his stogie-I tisk it wsa
tinge falke fross begissisiig to essd. f
osrse Jeffries was to have swos,bust
tie aisd Johnsisons qtiarreleedaost the
purse, so the blaekminsurfsesd to e
swhippsed asd played a tattoo oss Jeffries'
cliet for fifteess rosiids for te oisg
picture imes. Jeffries Issnesvswhess te
signsed the articles thlie ever hail a
chaise.'
Itere is what Yost ad to syabssut
th1w i'fsotbal rules:
"I like thesew rules alt right, alt I
swausi is somseoie to 151ay thesi. Assessa
'we'll1coesssb ack betteItassJeff. slis,
'kssow."
MEMORIAL HALL WILL OPEN
MAGAZINE RDDM IN FALL.
Probsably as soosi as college opess a
sagazie room ill h;br fistited ist
sss Mfemorial Hall for ter beseit of the
geieral student puliic. Sus a roo
was tprovicded ini the arranigemsentsat the
buildinsg, bit as yet little ao heens dose
isi fttiisg it up.
"About a thousand or twelve huidres
peope a msosth are visitisg the bsild-
iiig ow," said Mr. Potter ill the Mesis
orial baiildisg the oler afternsooss as a
groist of pedagogues swere diseussisg
the relative mets of the statueis asd
paisstisigs, asnd squinin~sg across their
fiingers to detersmine the proper asgles
sf he figures. "They conicin55heerass
wander around, isterested as suinlsu

lookiing tse buildiisg over as iss swhat it
esuuttuhs. We arc keeiig so official
recorsd of the isuinber that come diirissg
the ssumer, hut as sooin as college otp-
eiss sent fall we will do so."

SEMINARY AND READING
ROOMS ADDED IN LIBRARY.
Now that the art gallery is resoed
to the Meisoria buildisng, the roms
iss the libsrary are beisg fitted up for
otlier purposes. The rear rooms that.
cosstaisseed the paisstisgs will e used as
stack roosms for the extra nabe of
books that ave acusmsilatedl o the
wisidow shelves ini the sld rooms. The
froit rooss will tar used as a seminary
rooss assst books for the specified clas-
ses will bac placed there.
For the aenefit of the fauty, a read-
isig ross sill tar establsedliithe
roosmsosi the east side. The roosn oppo
site wil be fuled for office work, asse
s brasschsof theadmsaiistratie detart-
maent wiltl be located there. It is x
pcrted that these arranigements wiltle
cosmstleteed at the opesisg of the school
year in the fall.
511AKESPEARE CLASS WILL
PRESENT "JULIUS CAESAR."
A psbiai recital of "Jslius Caesar"
will be givens ly Prof. Hlolister's class
is Shakestpeareass readisg on Thurs-
I: , Augsst d, iss Sarahs Casswell Asgell
Bal. Alt the msesbers of the clsss
ltaerart, the idifferest characters Ieisg
intertreted ly differesnt personsssis acti
sect. No sensery asd very fewn troper
irs sre ssed, the aimsi 1eiig rather for
is expressionsaaiaysis of the dramsa-
ic stusatioss Ihass a stage perforsmasse.
Thses reitals lav sasways iris well
atesssed, by towvssfolks as ell asSsus-
sire schosol stsdests, whirls attests their
populisarity. The recital wilt comnee
t eight o'clock sharp.
[FREER MANUSCRIPTS ARE
PUBLUSIIED) IN tBDDK FORM
Copies of the Freer msasusriptss are
becingf sent out. Abosut sevessty Asmeri-
casnceslleges andsunissiersities will recess-c
copies of thelseatter boussdchvoslsuse asse
msassy Eusrsspesasn uiverities swil also
Te favosesswitsvtrednewiathurareork.ar
Tse faooeds citerdi the e wossrreksares
Dessteronsesmy assdlJoshas. The hbid-
sengswas dose hirer at tseuiversit pint
shopit,an aussuseiaiipiee ofswork,
esstireel oietbv hasd. The uaure of
tire isdisg being suschs that the work'
cesul ntseittrdsosse bysiashisery ees
sitatesd this extra swork. Selected leather
was se for Ite over.
'Die sork essbraes a heliotype re-
prodhutions of the mnasusripts, shownisg
-ll the isspterfectiiesss asse decay. This
pari o esf rworks sas loie issBostoss
tic a heietpe cosauy ef that city.
Iss cecstieenswiththte oiks, a stssey
andscellatssioss of the exitsrProfessor
Sandseers is sest out. Is is enetee thasut
ini .hurs a year sosme of the oler Freer
msanuscsriptas willtiee redy for edistribss-
tioss.
Steti ightly, alt ye who cuter thur
souith door of the ans-buildeisg. Le
sot y our voices rise us ager or iserri-
nit. Pass ist the stairs quietly. Trsn
sot thur corner his the nortieett ii
fear anid trembinsug. Listens ot Iso the
voices.eraised withins the little rsoms
rssigeedaong thur eft. IHestistelut a
muoumient, ansel pass on. Iist!I Professor
Buanker is preparinig a book. IHe says
tsr doesn't hs<ow what e wivithcal it,
hetistI is about Cases ons Sretyship.
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
rousrs STA3C AND iiURNan Tnuis.
HENRY WILDER FOOTE. Minister.
Service tomorrow at 10:30 A. M.,
Sermon by Rev. L M. Powers
of Haverhill, Mass.

"A Sufficient Faith"

DEFINES FUNCTION SPEND AN HOUR
OF CONCERT ROOMVI T OM OR R OW
at the
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Professor Stanley Declares It BIBLE SCHOOL
T Ii e ime e 'iP'i'are
to be "The Real -Library 12:00 to 1i0O S. Univenrsity Ass.
of All Music I1-

COULD BECOME A SOCIAL POWERJ
is a veuyitesestngslote T'hus-
day3 sfternsoons Prof. Stansle-, scudsosi
tir detartmsent of musics, explidsthr
funcutiosniof tironertr rouses
"Thuressnertleom," sitIProf. Sans-
ley, "csan tareeiined s iclhusig ll
formss of msusic peelormiesistrw's icihs
thur pulic is admiitted,. ad wihar
gi-en us a hat, a setirser seasichurch.
Is mays3' le considererd acieasuriosef ause-ia
siriu as well asinistsructiosn. Therlimes
alumsare ot 'absoiltey 0oppised itoearls
stuer,as migihtqappearset irstuit iimua
uieto lourisaniiiseapousiiltisors
rsther ateuslts, Thee oucrrsseomsiis
the resu libirarmy ef usis.u Thurgret
dramia taecomues v itlswhe stdeulyr3
acted;shile satue assethue pinteuingst~5
tsr seess just so, msics musattbeetard.
Onse mayi3'rent ibt mis usic m-st ht.iusu
'isis msuic. thMusisuflshreieltseuy see
tisse asse creates itself -as e lsee.
''Just as the iturry sdeassnost.Iutl Itt
its functrions1y3 seselm5fuihn ams
ing literature, jush soui5 s e ientitas
thuresoncert srauuuis em sittslitre-l ate
if it is ot raisedl Is the is lsv el fa
stimuiulatinegscuturais s et Itellecttueat
appecsiationiansuemots)inlsau't isf ations
is thur retl asstd'ompl5''ete usaicitsrsfeori
the exeistencr- ef thur higher dt V iof ts'
cescrt roomss sas wh-ichselinsus. uls5
ss the librarv' incudues'sceti elus-
definedee eivisions, so tercnetro
or rather thurcocetsurcans er ruse ssrest
suer slurfollosisnsg heds : ther sits
tercformsancre, tir ecsh erfrer:essr
incluiniogoio-i ndsue uareleormeus,
thur orhestral erformcers iketeis
symphonys 3and tierteta nde, st,
thur oplera. Esacheoflthesues ileada-
Cages andeliittionliaus.
"Thur solo recitlemauey teevoiitdito
ther exploitationsofi srtusily sac it mi..-
te artistic ini peerusnms asscholar
ly us the choire of workcuseer issues oes
Ssciously atieptstee pare srioosialee
rhchounoogical seencser teusshmisneg
ahistorical sdevelopmentu. The eteet of
persounaliy-inevuityplsan 05impot-
aut part. Theree is a pwerfult aptet
s o finisheed ar. Esteialy the hisuan
s-soire,mhensit is a rciearsnisf asgrra
and supatetic soul, is a lwusestsssesi-
self. Beongig usunertis hedtss-sthue-
organs recital, consisitieg f elticskieesh,
the recitalsiniithe rhususesasuet he r ecitul
inu thur concertlsuh.,\geat dstitioniue
betwneeua tse this's besusmid' e;sirseethee
tforeseethee artist sshudscorsaehrilie
self Ide thur classic srgansworsil-e in
uthe aier he usay' alowsumissef ssrer
taaitsudhe and playthur neer compo~usi
tions anid cyrus improse's.
"The echsral conrtl es hsan=ad-ree
s antages. A chsosrusudrawvnsfriseter
'rnicommunty' 15 the picipa artisir fucr
tsr in the productions of 'a wmorkt of uses
'aune thus a art of the comuitiy rcoe-
tributes to tir peasure asdsetruescutison
of thuroilier. Thus 'nusrers ii ile pe-
forusancer is s-ey geatand uthsenis use
ideal coudetioinusanda so surerof asits
insiaion, oneatsatursiavsoslr e sutussat
reactions betweena those who gie aeed
those wh-io receive.
"Thue periial sedsatages f tier or
chemtcal coaucert is thee fat talus con-
ceress of this typ5e the ensesmblhae is liftesd
'to its iighesl sane andsiwsineuetwis-ll
abssolute musei only. ;iimouerne da s
the orchestra hsndeveisope suns usrcc
muarkaee chiuethsial it mayi3'hsr usdt
to invokse wonde at tliceenrse of rust
enjoymeunt. This is peuliarlsethe case

W'' eaecisue cus sie "srisif ieaiers
. A Cass ofr YoungMnis ughtsby
use . t. u i us'i ,. ,s rd e . su'or, ues'
Uiviersiy f,1,eh!, alt nd sasi ivery
f. A CassforYoun oimen is taughte
isy Srs. 'reese,-.a's-eusersul 7C o-ble-
ttl. A Cass tor ong 'Marred Popie
s sissies ley 5Dr. 5G. ' doey, wuho
hseenuse isiednuses'55si5o ni
Vssidy studntsmfor fusteni'iyars.
Is'e, isiowegivisng a cous'ofect-
users t esus us-ms a asche'ur,
ductr. se olerasueeel'Au'eicausueis sue
lih 'nrdielsethat iee Mus'-isan ise,
saist aubouse i. A prsen rut, aisyswus, lur
ora ies'a 5 str cetersu'of semusicalu
c'itiismsese d.euu uuu l seedsh e'tesitis'jussg-
mtee cause pas'ssedl'oit."~uul''ii- lsuss
uSesos'scsthetsmore imoanes-testbem
t 1al, suuh aste Ihoc s issile es, tl
us el u of cp slit ueas, Itec-hi5'
sidrto ot pt is' stith u ty e
us te ui e e tc. Ileuss s hseseofs
,.is ccis,' ad s ii -euting lur
s-cluatpo e slurlse muityii.
'T~o. e - issue ueusK 55 , u eu'' isi' sedesu.W
Iln use absnce of rfess re
testcust mus tet em Plofeselsir E.l/is-
ussue I al at sdioroftessugsoise i
snesofItelse t ehieuls pubetliateiosubsu-
l isles ut te listued I elssifteslunuiver-
sity. hiIs Ieas ite lees sujcsand'uetthis
disce'sseoen f iel (uleiuleetis. Usantri-
butoesamad' e itiestluets , asset he
fa sis- esIerusPosituenseneessisauff
', rue-eslus esassiet suse surlesises-s
osf treclass 5 ssar le. 'flies eelties
gret hInrssu tait cln5cuse tosee'is'ler ias
tuetse is usruseese 5asrusuereo elis
sasff eel teens ultisisme
'RIOFSSf)R tiLLOC13(K WsILL1
SPE1A1K ON' S1lf, BIOlLOG.
'Tie-asterisoonsects ue Mondavus uill
lie sgired usProfelssor Jamues'sBI. Fist
torts, Hiss suet ieu sitBioulsg' ie
isitsetioaeetea Ssi eiiltyl. Thuhe-
tue us'i-it heintehissitacs lIsturie reases
aendiiill tsre uresven t fure 'clc s e
uesul.
leofessor Pollock-his aus1uses1 mmolessii
does-Collesists-s-iturviestreigategsWit
teel inconseectiniue ste Iis wor:in'i
tanyueecaneetpshest patholotrg. e-Idies
coig lea tin ueseresiy hermmas st thee
Unesiev l'se e uerst fW ss-s e 'rhe rcc
reiverut Iisbacelru u's su ensence
lee 1893u, sedshhiis mser'is'.dg'eedius189G.
Itse rscissdthuseregreerf o tr of s
msc setthisutsniver ssieteein ss9.,He
esamssssem el fter -sue.icanssScit of
Naurssalss of the Soietyi of Plants
Morpholoestugy andslPiusatiog , eelthur
Botisal eutSci e tftier Ceta taSsses,
suet of tier MirheigsansAcad'emyru of
Sciece.
-n(us ra isse of tis pape sithlset-
pear Mondeea'osethleu'comesin g is-re-scon-
sainineg tir lsemIsectionseolteSlur phoniiier
diic-rs) Thus-res'guar ises ler lieu
We'ek'iwislt apsperast thee lsesust tisses.
Ansisusriber ncu e'sIer ivineg uscoumulete'
thle eelthe isetryc eia obtaiin ties
missinsu m ers byse c ainegst this sffice'
hutwsms'susseeoe dt tessoclocskruicshday,
excreptinsg Suusdays~.

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