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February 19, 1894 - Image 4

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2/t-r . .. Fritz Asot. f'aohfir. tiso plIfffi ll i. ° (G v lf'0 t/ith/fot ooito aor 10'
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS fDli(ti '1 111 /1tf. l So/lt (filly 1tl .Deer it. &'Cf.
PRINT1ING tou ;1)4-'W illetf f01 ic made00 ll foil.
-PULISH'ING 44 Sout ans S tich. DEAN & COM1CPANY.
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Student Work a Specialty- UNIVERSITY NOTES. A Great Banjo Virtuoso.
Ladies! Artistic HairdreossingParlofirs. t- Miss Anibey, 'g-, is 5visitinfg ri/d The Ann Arbor hanjo and (Guitafr
A~itt7S' It/ii' 1i ff, n1110ff in* fffO. /1 frienis, c/ubf will iv/e a ronrert ifn /110biear
Ifhon/11. Io. 111 f111Di 7.1 .- P.5lickman,. lit 'i/6, isflow I%/fire,11inS/hich/f 71o. At/reil A. I ir-
c/hemislt at ('1e1eland, (hito. Ilandlthe firot anrI onl/7bainjoff ro/
-'.1/0 /fi, of Sag/flaw, is hvisitinfg 05f know~n 10tilte world, wi/I ta/ke
l~ lit, l AOL MBI her daugh~/ter, i/lion i/label, lit fy7 1pa0/.lTfe clob lhasbeefn exreedl-
.d S.C. ]Tall, lit /69, in a 111lfltfac-111n/lyflcy in securi11/niisogreat 0a1
~ tandard icle 10101 0ofoourntue at IWaierly, N. Y. artistre 1 lie followiog is ne0of thle
~ ft'ii ~olA/boo-t A. IDoon, .. i/. 'chiis 10many o/pfiinsof thlelress:
ofte old racticinlaw01at Clevelanid, (O1i10 Then 0c111e a11artist in blanoC
E ~ playing, Alfred A. Farland; w/fo
if1f f1ff.f f1 O 'f ~1t". S. Rare, law '9o, is a member it~tito ieotcs nyl s played Moszkowski's Spanios dances
f flilfnxff fiI If ii l -of tahe100ri f 1/amnenandol Race,tDe- Nos. If, aind 3, andrlMelndetnnobin's
S taiflf~plf e f tli011 f10 f01. All's'. troit. Concerto op. 64, allegro motto vi-
111ff silt toithe 111111 11 1ff lltt allaw 'f0, i va1110- oce. IBoth pieces are extremely
11/Off ff01', it-,wlff-flfff'c ued f11a1d Jamles 1 of Badiilawlltoandstae 551ff
1100 fi'Oeaf'0 pffop10laiy ', i be000fthle f110100 al 'd1001 dificut, nd' hetechlnique, skil
' Off '00 If0 pridl'acid 1- af'fl illtiolli o' a la and expreshiof tht~at character/zed
tit; if' 1f 0".To ida i clf 1lell ' Marqtuette. Mr. 1Farlanrdns/playing earned for
an not teaff11.id(,ff/ f rColfumblia 1is 1ff g Miss Jeanette 1Loudon, of thte htin loud andrtlong rontinuert ap-
ffal tooffif01' he fnl1111ff' l.;oIS
1111 o /10110'.fffSrhool of Munic, in confined to hter plause. Certainly there has not
000111 by illitess. been heretofore beard in IPiladel-
Pope Mfg, Co., 1 Mrn. 1Einer, of ?]Masnr, is visiting phi: a banjo/st that was so consuim-
mlate an artist as Mr. Farland showetd
Boson NO Yrk, tier rdaughter, Dorm I3., at 75 last himself to be."-Pia.) Musoic and
C~hicago, Dartford. I Mr. Matiny spoke at the S. C. A. " I knowo iMr. Ftarland to be tile
Id 0 fnafi/l ~ffof'n Illi'fnff~f' flyesterday t'rorning on 'the Hull liest banjoats(nd1uerit
10flly (flol 1111no f 01 'llteu an MyrgorMis,." instead of player) in the Unitetd
ta,110 1110101 ff~rft~islflStates. He is a mnusician, and
It. A. Tremaine, pharmsic '75, is makes a banjo a mosical instrumentl
secretary-treasurer of the Crouse- beyond a person's expectations.
FIRST IN AlPION AL BANK Tremaine Carbon Co., at Fostoria, He deseroes a big house, as lie is
(OF ANN ARnORf.' Ohio. certainly a marvelous performer.
:capital, $5,000. Surplus and.Prois, &0.5000. lery truly,
Transacts a geeralbamukingbuuinssf. Fuo- Tne sophomores who are mem- LEW H. CLEftIENT."
eign exchange bought and. sold.. Letters o1 hers of the S. C. A. are invited to _., -
oreditE procured for traveles abroad..
P. BACHRPres. S. W.CL ARtKSON Cashirthedainrat.a h S .A
_______________________ te dawig prtyat he . C A. LATIN, COURE1SECOND5 SEM-
-ANN ARBOR - tonight. ESTEE.-Course 10, "Introductior
m 9)]A T 7 j RY ( } Mr. Theo. Vlademiroff, E. E. '97 to Roman Archteology," will h(
.0I1J hRIDLY v gave a very interesting lecture he given four hours a week, instead of
e-five (as announced). M, To, W
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. fore the Epworth League on "East- Th, at 3, Room E.
E. S. SERVISS, - Manager emn Inststutions."' FRANCIS W. KELaEY.

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