Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 31, 1894 - Image 1

Resource type:
U. of M. Daily, 1894-01-31

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



or..IV.-No. 8ST.



AGREAT CONCERT. se' aos"onih oaa" TELBAYO IE o G ~ Wa1--
The Interpreter of Chop 'n Delights whicir with its mesmeric effect was QuicTWokiAertdeaSerousFir
a Large Audience by His succeeded by Mendelsohrn's Stirring in the Library Building Last CIceaeoEfde aecisand
Playing. "Rondo Capriccioso.''Inl execut-Nlti iii'ronsreay
Friosm the audience thrat assembled rng the numibers fronm Chopin, the While oii hisu way home fronr the io nyii5one-whoicill (I[lfotin teni.
in i iniversity hall last evening to variable fantasie, thre stirring bal- concert, last nighrt, Mrc. C. E. M\ead, e cl o e ourte an ,ie
rear DeeI'acirman, no ione wrorrldtie ldtesre otncun h 96 lit, noticed a fire in the janitor's
leui tso telieve that the Choral U~nion deiaei dn h ahn iaeo room of tire library. nable to get 014a 0,~
is irs seed of greater sup~port, and therase the graoopue eri i ierrter dloors lie broke through l-rs rn
Net when we consider tire hicir char- ts rc hontremncIi rstire windorw, and, withr assistance, 5 anSMi t
wre arecoiriiniceid tiat isosst libseral exerutant. Truly ire has irimistak- oir fire. Tireflianres by tis time
aisle alliance anti cormnsioni withtriradetieto iitreom
SlsIssirt is nlecessary. !hdrahdtl o ftero
tire siriir sf Choipini R.-() bintiwere it truce extinigiuishrcd. Tire
The, aisliesr' that greedetherc
grat ilsessass vi rtisos carrewiiths t) fire corrphany was calledi and tire
higth expeictatiiiniiarud witih so littrre nl-icbeath of C. H. Muhli. aiarrrr given for tire clieriical also-
csri osy to see tiere ival of Padeere- A consmittee of tire lair deprart- ran-icy but tire fire iran been pelt ouit
sksi. ifairy were ndiapointedl, it I eist has dirawn iristire I ollovirig before they arrirvid.
sa not that the iperfocrer was iri- resolutions irnrmeiniory olflire late Burt slighrt damage was done, al-
eiiural to iris rspustationi, buit that es- (irristiarn It. Buhir. throirgirburtfor tire qurick scorkcof when .cniuvlreinr hlose~err iititSylis
cellerise toos-k a iliffererntidirection Wilrroo-. s, IBy a decree of tire Mr. \lieasi lie ibuiling inight race aniljlrbor Shires sei-ni for ii mis leto
than threy smay have expected. 'Tie judge of tire Universe, Chrristiarn t. heern serioursly diamagedi.
eff ect that i'acirnr's work 1protducediKlirof lDetroit, Iran beenrsensoved - - -0
oni the aurdience is riot to be jrrdgedI by death, and Castarian Competition. R. *HF.
ton, 183-r185 W'sums 'iRD'AVi.,
tromistire appilirse receired. His Viivisn- mire recoignrizetire frieiid- lire dare orn whichr all corslribu- MICl 5 - - H ItGAN,
interpretaiosiwere riesignedi to stir' shipi, winhir e hsas lonsg rianifestecid trsfrtr ssaiarnrs er ie___
the nu souln tioichr tire reart rather toscards tire laireprmetof tire edtr ad asbe ie tJUST--
thneisit loir-i sciirratiorrs of ap- Uirersilyr of 11 dugi(an, whiichr rendi 0 lii no- Received, 400 tbn. of Fleae Chenrlata
5aI Felb. Ti xt rno imse BallBen.2.pls: Noovrfth muia
Si r!s- N r-r so ie rrsia err it Iigrly iprober thtir wiessiouldi iill enissile irriters ti r-t ire fers- ii nn515 l ofteni irn l l-rs -si-stllius '-i
couild bseirisytinlsrsthan I iii ilirrplaceioillrecordiiouriappreciationioi
lisiceor rcssri cr airsreisrisisof diays luree s riese esi-r ter irs tire 0ri ()i' ni i iii ii ti Ti ni t iii I sum Ii''ie;
ici hrtis rris-rl sc1 diidi ii i s- his serrices aril gifts to tissUntrver- cssrsslisiciss f 0 siryr i-srt: thnei-r ' n55'n-mn Irsnayir 5 i
iiis~ssi cxrssusis S -rirsyR. E. ly &Co.'i, 2 S. ltate St.
imytaserrit iris ciy iandh sma ity , hris cbe i ic-ii s av iraisil.
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ) th-siisi o rsirirlr-c i Ts/ ' fre loin dlllrtlureri Iit in les i s r iihavethle csssi len-
ii dhssuilisniithe c s~usiss l ire sm U tisiser sits this irvle 5we tionsrasrexriersirve as possic, ins sr-
Inst I ricihi is Iisz 1rt playier, and jireto tire w il of tire slrightry ins orstecrihstthrie bosissimayss ieity
yrt lis greatiest soui seers toi bcIs hube ssinrssiori,-ie ironse tiepresenativ ofshtie l- esity. / -
wciths Iis favrite msaster. It is ins iiilcss mornfrhomiir hro nar beers Articles unitdlsdraigs ins compsietitiorn
sin-i effrt that hireveeals rise cxtra-scalledlfrom lahbor ho rs1;ansi tar- are ssoliciteid fronrrall clansscs ansi se-Ahsi flgafe, 61 UO T
sirsin ay tcircscai enonr e at is ~serbe l - lactureinti, ansi all contrihbutiosnrs iii
comandns, bust in es-ery deicna-cy nof /n nsi'. l That tris slepasrtmnenst ire submnittedl io uscomrmittee tof thir Si'cpii January )Ills o'
touch, every vrnty of shadh ig, ansI lores a fsaithrful frienrd; one alwvays facunity for innpaurtial j iinignrrnlt . Q J't
Yrr btisrnlmcun ri suaii is srliisiiic \hile the boo cii noes riot rcishs to n
ire thillsiarusheniraptushhis isorush ;acdbetter, ansi ever readiy to aidlhunt tire inigernuity of c ontributors _'i s-__ --iQ OIA C5
'sirs. iihe needy anid distressed. and invusites surggestiosnn-f uniqsune-A-_
lie hracbnniins taste hoes nt iru-3'I /Vdcs5/5is/ 'lirat as benericiaries of features of anyisatunce, irilects r1'.'l"' IlT)i,'4, - 48 S . stIate -St.
itn thne tensurous, tire funross tins noble mnans, as tire fosliirers of especial atteirtion tn-i hurrous
so decnoriiac gcantdeunr, bti s ;hs tnoble life, we tender tso iis tani- sketchres, shrort poemsn, stories and Gyminasi-um -Si.its,
-'trern e delicacny, rythsrninc subtle- shy our hsearfelt syripathiyis this above sll tsrthlineI-tisversity song. SueAters,
tier, daintinness antdlepthio nsfhiehor rof threir afliucio. 'ie-success s-ittire Castalians's
softinessmutdhbrightnress n-il colorrimr} /ii.5i5/5iil'. That sa coily sf these venture ins introchncinng a tinyersityAN
whinch heexcels. T say ta hsircsolutisons besn oicetroit sandi song depends (fi -thre respnonsne given
technisque is p-efect, thrat hins tounchiss IAns Arbor papers fo u bilidrtionl, " by the statler-ts, andsunccess ins this
exquiitethatlie i bured i hisand this original be entered union cornpjetition shudbamtero S O T NG OD
musiac) is not saying all i. .e i r teclass minutes. especial lride. heanrte fSO~ If O P
phienomrenon of absolnute technicli-ic Jc-is/sieui, That Iis portrait in the 'The ipoen will be net to music by1st sey)-nlrno
incarnation bravoura, tire embodi- lair lecture roorm be draped in h'.rof. Stanley. It hrunnnecesrary to
nient of vrtuosity. Not ethical del- .morning~ a period of thirty days andd that grinds will find a place in
icacy alone in at Iis command, but as a nmark of respect. Signent th e annual as usual. T1hese may be Ju S
with perect techrniqlue there are glilt- CoNsnnrcnis is()'LAin Dr 'xk-crmnvuT, sent to the editors, or deposited in
tering passages, surging arpeggios, --+=- - tire grinni-box in the nmain hail.
scintilliating staccatos, and furiously 'Thie next pupils' recital of the - _+------ UNI VERIS'1'Y'BOO1fST [ORE
fast octare runs. School of Music wil be giren next Sigma Alpha Eipnilon fires a house
TIhe program opened with -Beetho- Saturday afternoon. party tomorrow evening. STATE STREET, ANN ARBIOR.

Back to Top

© 2024 Regents of the University of Michigan