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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The Press on Carreno.
The following are some of the
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the press comments about Carreno, who
College year.at is to appear in University Hall to-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. morrow evening:
OrrE: The Inland Press, Henning Block. Carreno is not to be compared to
Both Phones 147. any other living pianist. In her art
MANAGING EDITOR, she is unequaled.-Berlin Courier.
F. ENaELHARD, '01 L. Her technique and power on the
BUsINESS MANAGER. piano has never been surpassed.-
o.H. HANs,'00L. London Times.
EDITORS. Anton Rubinstein called Carreno
Athletic Editor, T. R. WOonOW, '00 L. the "Rose of Castile" and pronounced
P. W. JONES, '9, A. H. MeDoUGALL, '01 Elir technique marvelous.-Berlin
F. D. EAMAN, '00: C. H. LoN, '55 M, National Zeitung.
G. D. HUDNUTT, '01 E. J. B. WOOD,00. Terresa Carreno has been called
the "lioness of the piano" such force
and passion has she displayed.-
DLO -Paris Figaro.
The ubscription price of the ALY$.5 far Carreno, in her beauty and won-
the callrge year, weith a regalar delivery deor derful control of the iino s a liv-
noon eaciday. Notices, communications, and
othrr matter otraded for pubication must be ing embodiment of the art divine.-
handed to at the DILossefoce hefore 5 p. mn.or0
mailed to the editor before 3 p. m. of the lay London Telegraph.
precious to that on which they are expected to Teresa
appear,.ers Carreno's playing is dis.
ahascriptis omayea left at the DAILY affice, tinguished by brilliancy and power,
eyer's, or Stofflet's newsanod, or with Basinesbilacy pwr
Manager. Subscrbers will cofer a favor by as well as elegance of style. She is
reparting praosptly at this office any failure of te"ue fpaovrus.
carriers to deliver paper. the "queen of piano virtuosi.
Alt changes in advertising matter must tob Vienna Neue Freie Presse.
theaofficey 4ymi. oa ths day provios to that dy
on which they are to appear. Not since the days of Rubinstein
have such power and passion, com-
IN CHARGEo or ToDAY'S IsUE, bined with admirable technique and
P. W JONES. elegance of style, been displayed as
characterize Carreno's playing.-
Brooke And His Band. Vienna Tageblatt.
One of the most notable attractions Fresh-Soph Meet Saturday.
to appear in this city is that of Next Saturday is the date set for
Brooke and his famous Chicago the aniual reshean-Sopfomore
Marine band which will appear in tndoarnuaet Freshwi nSoprin re
University Hall, Wednesday, March indoor meet. It will occur in the
8, in the S. L. A. course. The peo- aftersoon as formerly. Managers
ple are to be congratulated on having Broskield and Strasburg are work.
the opportunity of hearing this, the ing hard getting out men and there
great popular music band of Ameri- will be a large list of entries. Neither
ca. It is a popular music band in class will have a walk-away and it
the sense that it plays the music that will be a toss-up as to which class
people like, and wherever the band wins. No admission fee will be
has appeared it has received the charged and everyone is invited to
warmest praise and brightest recogni- attend. The judges, timers, etc.,
tion of press and public. No other will be announced later.
band in America today has experi. ATuTHE BOWLINGALLEY-A
enced the success nor secured the
engagements as has Brooke and his prize will be given each week for
Chicago Marine bald in the compar- the highest single score. Price 15
atively short time the band has been cents for a two-hand game. Open
organized. Its progress and success afternoon and evening.
have been without precedent and -_- _ -_-- _ -_
it stands today acknowledged byTHEATRE
press acid public a woniderful and un- ATH ENS T EAT E

When Noble Special
passing Fcr prag
See Fo Spi g

our
Fancy
Hosiery
in
South
Window.

In introducing to you our new Derby,
which comes in all the best makers'
blocks, also all the new shades, we wish
to mention that we are giving you a
Hat for $3.00 that without doubt is the
best Hat that can be manufactured to
sell at that price.

IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
CHEMICAL and PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headquarters for all Labora-
tory Supplies
112 S. Main street, Ann ArborMich.
TRY HOT CHOCOLATE
None like it elsewhere.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
The largest assortment of Candies in the city,
made hourly. Oysters served in any style.

BOSiSTOP In ILR
-SAT THE- A
KIN DHIGIIIIThNTHE
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS-
Huron St. East of F. and M. Bank.A

Ann Arbor, Mich

equalled military concert band.
Since its first tour in the fall of 1895,
the band has filled two and three en-
gagements in all the larger cities east
of the Mississippi river, three tours
of Canada as far east as Halifax, two
entire summer seasons in Philadel-
phia, one summer in New Orleans,
two fall seasons at the Pittsburg ex-
position, and has been re-engaged for
the entire coming summer ii New
Orleans. In all of its engagements
honors have been heaped npon the
organization and its conductor. En-
thusiastic audiences have greeted
them at every turn and the public
have attested the band's popularity
and the critics have expressed their
approval by saying, as they did in
Cleveland that, "Brooke unites the
dignity of Theodore Thomas with the
quaint humor of the late P. S. Gil.
nmsre."'
Mrs. Stanford of Leland Stanford
University is arranging for many
improvements now that her estate is
settled up and out of the courts.
The most important among these will
be a memorial chapel to cost not less
than $100,000; a memorial arch 85
feet wide and 40 feet high to be
erected between two buildings of the
"quad," and also two large buildings
for the scientific departments.

MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 6.
oland Isadore
AND
Reed Rush
IN A NEW PLAY
"His Father's Son."
Prices $1.50, $1,75, 50sand 25 ts.
Shirts for full dress are of fault-
less fit-they have non-bulging
bosoms-nothing finer can be
produced and they cost less than
custom made.
At Your Furnisher or Clothier
CLUETT, PEABODY CO.
(Successors to Cluett, Coon 6 Co.)
Makers

STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION.
D~f~~L(~AND H IS
BROOKE I AL FAMOUS
CHICAGO
MARINE BN
The Greatest Popular Missic Band isa the World.
WednesdaJ Evening, March 8.
Sinigle A dmission........................................75c and $1.00
Course Tickets Reduced to............... ........................ 1.25
Tickets and Seats can be secured at Wilder's Pharmasacy.
1899 Crescents M. STAEBLER'S
$35.00
Crescent Bevel Gear Chain- Cycle Emporium,
less, - - - $60.00
Juveniles, - - - 25.00 119 WEST WASHINGTON ST.,
All ftted with Dunlap Detachable Tires. ANN ARBOR.
GRANGER'S SCMOOL OF DANCING.
$5.00 per Term of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
A NEW THING .
In Patent Leather Shoes for Spring, is the English Flat
Last. We have them in Button and Lace. If you want
to be successful, look successful and wear our shoes.
MILL'S HOE STOR E,,119 Ah.ntoan*st.

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