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February 16, 1895 - Image 6

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Michigan Daily, 1895-02-16

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TIlE U. OF M. DAILY.

HAVE.
YOU

ANY
USE
FOR
ANY
;F

We have a large stock of VIOLINS. Imported direct from Mark-
newkirchen, Saxony. They are excellent value at $18.00 lo $60.00.
Fine Bows and Strings.
We have every late popular song worth having. Books of the late
comic operas. All of Sousa's Marches, and one or two other pieces of
late sheet music.
We have a fine line of Washburn, U. of M. and Martin Guitars at no
greater price than some dealers sell inferior ones. $7.50 to $10.00 buys
a pretty good one.
We have everything in the music line and are willing to sell anything
we have. We do not ask three prices either.
If you want to see a fine piano, come in and examine THE CLIFFORD.
It is so good it needs no words of praise from us.
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
GENERAL MUSIC DEALERS,
51 S. MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN.

THESE9
WE SELL
The Ann Arbor Organ.
Take Home a Copy of the
U. OF M. WALTZ.

Course in Choral Music.
As previously announced. Prof.
-tinley will conduct a cose-, in
choral music during the coiniig seInes-
ter. Such courses have long boen
conducted at Harvard and Yale, and
many other eastern universities, but
this is the first attempt of the kind
at Michigan, and it is hoped that all
will unite in endeavoring to bring the
success which the efforts of Prof.
:ttanley so well merits.
The aim of the course will be to '
offer a Imore detailed study of the
whole range of sacred music than stu-
dents have heretofore bean able to
-obtain. The pieces studied will in-
olude music of the Church of England,
-Catholic vespers and masses, and fa-
vorite hymns. By this means the stu-
-dents and the general public will have
the chance of hearing the highest
class of music, and of studying the
styles of the leading composers. All
whor join the chorus will he expected
to attend the regular meetIngs In the
ehlapel on Tuesdays and Thursdays
-at : p. m., where the practice work
and the lectures will be given. For
,this work two hours redit will be al-
lowed. After each lecture all will be
required to take part in the vesper
:service in University hall at 4:10 p. m.
The glee club management of the
University of Pennsylvania has made
<a proposition to the Harvard glee
club for a dual cnotE1 i1- Vestt;
suggesting in case of% 4* aetance,
:a :r turn ocre OW 1tfF If iffi. 1.

FOR ALL COLLEGE NEWS
U. of M.DAILY
will be delivered at the your room the remainder of
the college year for only $1.25.
SUBSORIBS NOW
At Daily Office, Times Block, at Stoffiet's News Stand,
or at Paul Myers, State st., News Stand

A Ladies' Number.
Sie hoLadies' Aid society of the First
Methodist church will issue a special
edition of the Daily Courier Febraary
22. The entire paper will be turned
over to them and all the editorial
work and a good share of the type-
.setting will be done by women. In
addition to the regular news matter
there will be special de.psrtmtu:s, in-
cluding a men's page in which thl-
i-on will have an opporttuity to
fend their "rights."
A number of young ladies of the
University will assist in the publica-
tion of the paper. An edition of 5,000
copies will be issued and the proeedls
will be applied to church funds.
Barbers Wanted.
The celebrated "Whiskers club" of
the senior law class has terminated its
official existence. The members of the
club held a banquet Thursday night,
at which it was decided to disband
because of the approach of warlit
weather. The club consisted of
twenty-five members and its short ex-
istence was prosperous and happy.
At the banquet Prof. Champlin re-
sponded to the toast, "Dry Toast and
Butter"; Prof. Mechem talked enter-
tainingly on "Bearding the Lion," and
Prof. Thompson spoke upon "Whis-
kers In History." Other toasts were
responded to by members of the club,
Original poems and music formedA
pleasing part of the program.

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