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VoL. V. No. 153. UNIVERSITY OF MlICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

A GREAT HOLLAND PIANIST.
MAFTINUS SIEVEKING WILL AP-
PEAR AT THE MAY FESTIVAL.
Highly Praised by Musical Critics
-His Compositions Played by the
Lamoreaux Orchestra -Appreci-
ated by Patti-At the World's Fair.
Aniong oilier notabileiuii tins who
aippear in Alln Aror during the May
Festival, sue of the gratest is a Ilo-
enee and is c rtainly a brillint ee-
Martians Sievoking has a ine pres-
eceean11i1 10 t ilinliy 1aprilliant 110-
cuitanif. Tie Iialllgenelt are to be
coigr iiihsted in secusriglim u.
Mlartinss Sieveing is a Htollaidr
by irth, coiig fromssavery old aol
aristoratie famsily. hich tdates its
anclestry back into the 15ii ceetiury,
and istill ileltids among its nieibers
inainy famious tatesmei tndIprofes-
si01n51 sen. iHt was born illAisi r-
don, Mrch 2. 187, froiss mulsial
1)r1niss his father being a well koii
local imu~sician, anitlhis mioter t noted
opens. singer.
From his earliest infancy le is-
playetdcharateritics intictive of his
future career. His pe ns testify that
is s00)1 a15oldeotgl to sit tip ii
iihecralie le would swy hi body
tacit and foriard to Oiy muilll t
heard, chanllging Iis lilve-muris i-
cureately illouit the cage of time.
Htis first istrction hle received
froloshis father 0110 ledlhin throgi
1110firt tedious tehlnical step)s (f iis
stndy. After hosving played itn lic
withl marheti success, at tie age of
tell years, the first. (oacerto(f 1Bc-
thioen, lie was plcd 0u11d1r tie inte-
lage of two good masters Franz
Coenen, a fanios Dutch master, gave
himin strtuctiona in larmiony, cunlte-
pintll, composition and orchestration;
and Julius Itoigen (a fist prize Leip-
sic Coiservatory ptpl) in te higher
art of solo playinlg. This stdy co-
tied withot interrtuptiont for eight
years, when his masters inforsmed
hint that they could teach hill)no
nmece, and that all lie neded In te
future was contact wills tie world and
He first went to Paris, whero in two
years his unaidd effors brought hiss
sorb success as to have a. suite of
his compositions played by the orles-
ra. of Mt Lainoureux, then, as now,
rousideresi to be the finest orchestra.
In the world.
He first went to London in 1890,
where his uncle, Sir Henry Sieve-
kcing, is physician to _Queen Victoria.
From here he made two tours with
af concert conmpany, including Edward
Lloyd, the famos tenor, Fernando
Aroe, violinist to the Queen of Spain
lnd Popper, the famous 'cellist. Fol-

lowing these tours in the sam~e: year WRINKLE OUT TODAY.
were two tours -,vith Patti, who show-AVeyGoNubradaCdi

ed he r appreciation of hils work by
presenthug hills at thse nl of tesetolrs
wlls s_ beoutiffusi iasiosd pin. togethei
with it signled portrait of herself.
Ilie then seided to cllll to hist
cutry 10 sec the Wort's Fair, asd,
makihnlg man~ly friendls, was finally pr-
suaded into resaintng here, where le
has sisie beeiimistsesusccessfsul.
Tiseiusical eope of lbhessstry
are high in iis praiseo. Te followivng
isdcate the ilevilent oinins of hils
lllit:
Mr. iieveing sisde a mot r-
nousneecdesucirss anld iill nndouellbt-
edly liske rasnkas onec of te it iy's
Imflit~gpiaissl. Is oleetons were
a edaissty Pastoral of hils owl)complloi-
tionl.wichihe layelll0d with rc ande
xqu~isite exressionoi. A "ssis tde
tConcert," by Alesi, laffordledetlx-
to rlllarlmbly deft, itricl'tesnsl-
ilt 1110)10 ill escoan5111shill. Lisolos
Steonde tkPooie was 'ies wirih
igor intlfe ing, 01111for ln efior a
iilorcelsl of Mill owin.
Al t)helast cencert i the tilallpO
Fly10.r: ivsiwhoretie l lprila is very
shloll) variedt from ille, ompietisl
of illh Iit, lloldmses, 0. Lomosln
feb11 r is' oncl-il-lw, A. Cciiilillet.
an onto)1freelliMartilnlloSivehidg.
'Ilheetd.inovety iao a 'lrelsel),
iieveinlg. unkhnoiin until inoi. a lil-
jud~gin~gfroimlthe eecomp~oition,11)s-
t)1ne1d toslmake 0ainame in til iorl-d,
tbellses of the real quallitieso (f cel-
cepioin, thel slendslidll LIIi elge (f
esecsestrotoin, andlitie vividlimialgia-
ion hle displays.
Faculty Concert.
Tileisext faclty coneri comes n
Thusdlay evsing, May J, at Fiiez
Memorial1101. The progrmns ta1s
follows.
1. Sonata lee Vilin and panol.Op. 7.-
-____________Jo. Ilenherger
Alleg;ro couu-o----cs. . . . .
A ai cc oexp esive------------
Finalesaasrssstela.- - --..........
Chaltte Jafe 5110 Hemos A. Ie.
2. Slegsnds Love Song. From "Va-
kyrie.... li'_________ ager
Garder. LOsmos.
3. a. sheras 1uan
b. iValem (-. .------- h-- mas---
e.asnrowult. tOc .yein."----chset
A I hes to Jo011as.
4. Fantase Capice. O, ii I. Viuxtemps
Her man A./Zeltz.
. Toreadrs Sn- --------------.....Oiet
Garder S. Lamos.
The Comedy Club.
Seats for the Comedy Club benefit
to te track and baselal teams and
the wonan's gymnasiurn next Friday
Iight are sellisigiwell, and everything
pinits to a good atindance.
The intercollegiate gun shoot be
tween) Princeton, Tale and Harvard
will take place in Newv Haven about
May 18th.
Subscribe for tie Daily.

to the University.
Thse Wrinhle is out today iith tie
bes ntu1mber of tile year. Thle coves
cot is by Kennsedy, ad fairly geos.
The dosble page central peiece by Mis
Doistr is excetionally good, the sg
gcsiivc local caracter nllling it very
effective. Nowhere dos ill- nusnber
iappear to belier advlntge tan iii
the editorialicoluisni. Thecc sirho
of the Cesurt Jeter reiwity aatd to
till ploit, andelare free froiisthesabs-
sive fosst inhsting that has often al-
teared ill too great abntnce. Tice
Coedelubes, Preso csb, tasebl
teamil, Glee cubsh iluney 0. 11111
oeierol ther it rsihg sbjets
comee snsder thle Jsters criial ey.
'flere s th111'ulsualsqunity ofvicses
111111 jolt. lets" whicheiltsili gad.
"It. IT. I., A. AI.1.,'JackcMinot,"
"tir,"11111 'tisos contibts ohocss
poers. and 'Kirsliihass 0 little par
tdy 0(1 Trilby. Tie smaller cots re
fairty gooe, hta of tie lac . "where
iet.(1 or vicetimslaslot fsll, betng
tile blt. On tlewhlehils lnumblle
111110great redil t IIlhe boardof ed-
toroandthie lUniilrsity of Oichigos.
Death or A. G. Anderson, '07.
The fstneral ef A. G. Assdersono, '97,
occtrredlt ilhis 1111111ilii ttlllllll
Miehignc. otssday ftircsss i. M.
Andersonis(i e ill tis hospcitatl i cc
lbst Fridhly nsht frosm an111 li)) 0 111
ths hrain. Hislsise11h1a1tsuin 1ssss-
shsrt tines.tHe wasustwenty yar
olsd, and sd :t1 he hpromiise of it iery
tright future.
Whereas, It has plased ais Al-wis
Providensce to removelilfromlesourmist
by deaeth, or classmatl~e, (Gusase Al-
biiiAndhesol, anse
Whereas, Ott aii-y ecommandlsed
oirr(deellrespet 110 0 cnsienitous
andslhasr-ioking student, aid str
afftecttion so a goosi and loyl class-
matlte; the-cc fore be it
Resoliet, Ta iietie illlltrs 1f
the class of '9, of the University of
Michigail, do hereby exprss octsor-
reii at str ites, alelour siie tesymi--
hathyto ithe1ccbercehdfamily11. Aisi
he it fcr111r
Ioled, That thtese resolstins be
sent to his home.slnd that a. coy
ho, published In our collegeaier.
ARMIAND MILLER,
ERROL SPICxE,
SHIRLEY W. SMITH3,
Coimittee.
Ann Arbor, May 7, 1895.
Warner, Cornel's football captain
last fall, has been engaged to cachm at
tie Univesty of Georgia tho coiing
season.
Comedy Club Athletic Beefit, May
10.

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