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November 14, 1911 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-14

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Mrs. Rhead's Recital.
Mrs. George B. Rhead, of the faculty
of the School of Music, gave the first
of her two announced piano recitals
last evening in the Frieze Memorial
Hall. It is but seldom that one canj
hear Mrs. Rhead solo; and the size and
enthusiasm of her audience yesterday
night evidenced appreciation of the

e program was selected'
rks of Bach, and it is pre-
work that Mrs. Rhead's art
t expression. Always to-
ful, her playing has the
alities, indispensible for
rfect clarity, an exquisite
execution, and a fine and
ling for the rounded, fin-
Unfortunately, many of
licate effects of color, of
e all but lost' in the re-
yss of the concert room.
numbers-and there were
greatest things of Bach-.
>roadly, masterfully. The1
bers- of the program were
the Inventions, the Parti-
short Preludes and Fu-
wonderful mood paintings
rn hear. Mrs. Rhead not
3 real heights of interpre-
he gave her hearers a tru-

fices and in the future all acts playing
this theater will be booked by Frank
Doyle of the Chicago Opera House, the
eastern end of whose circuit is thy
New National Theater, Detroit. Mr.
Doyle has arranged a splendid pro-
gram for the opening week's bill and
patrons are assuredna decided treat.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Michigan Union membership solici-
tors, who have not already turned in
their reports, should do so at once.
Meeting of Gargoyle busoiness staff
Tuesday, 5 p. m. All tryouts too.
Special meeting of Commerce club
tonight at 7:30 in Economics building.
The Student Council will meet this
evening in the law building at 7
o'clock. appointment of Penn game
committees.
Mandolin club rehearsal tonight at
7 p. m. in University hall.
jTHREE STARS MAY GET TO FIGHT
PENN.
(Continued from Page i.)
are sure to be corrected by Saturday
so the defeat may strngthen the team
for Pennsy. If Michigan can win Sat-
urday, a good deal. of the sting of the
Cornell affair will be forgotten.
PROF. FLORER WILL SKETCH
LIFE ANI) WORK OF HERZOG.

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am in "The Faun."
ersham in "The Faun"
for the New Whitney_
irday, November 18 and
ent is one calculated
iderable interest. Mr.
upies a high position
ntry's 'most competent
stage artists, and the
which he now comes to
se of genuine novelty.
a modern society com-
.hological basis. full of

>n mythology and
onaries and ency-
eans necessary to
a the "tired busi-
playgoer. Merry
yousness and the
comedy that a
not ;esist and a
e on some of our:
conditions; these
butes of the clev-
in which Faver-
pronounced per-

i has
lead-

Professor W. W. Florer of the Ger-
man department will give a talk on
hlerr Rudolph von Herzog and his writ-
ings this afternoon at 4 o'clock i-n room
203 University hall. Professor von
Herzog will speak in Ann Arbor on
Nov. 20, under the auspices of the
Deutscher Verein. Dr. Florer's talk
will be given to afford those who are
not familiar with the noted German
novelist, an opportunity to learn about
him,
"BOES" SAW CORNELL SLAUGHTER
Five Students "Bumped the Rods" Part
Way to Ithaca Game.
Windsor to Buffalo via the Jack Lon-
don method of rods and bumpers and
gondolas gave five members of the
Michigan student body even more ex-
citement than the game at Ithaca on
Saturday at which the amateur "boes"
eventually landed,
A deserted shack on the outskirts of
Detroit's sister' city furnished trivial
protection from the rain which pour-
ed down Thursday night, and the inte-
rior of the boiler of an old traction en-
gine perched on a flat-car provided ac-
commodations for a portion of the trip.
The rest of the journey was spent in a
box-car. After being questioned by
custom officers at Niagara Falls and
plain clothes men at Buffalo, the party
finally got safely aboard the excursion
train out of Buffalo to Cornell. They
returned to Ann Arbor in the custom-
ary way,
Speaks on Literary Study of Bible,
The first of a series of three lectures
by Mr. L. 'A. Hopkins on the Literary
study of the Bible, will be given at 7
o'clock tonight at the Ann Arbor Bible
Chairs, 444 S. State Street. This ev-
ening's address is on the "Orations of
Moses." The other two lectures are
on the short stories and the poetry of
the Bible, and will be given next Tues-
day and the Tuesday following. Mr.
Hopkins is an instructor in mathemat-
ics in the university.

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The star attraction at the Majestic
theater for the first three days of the
present week will be the well known
comedian Walter E. Perkins. Mr. Per-
kins is now devoting all his time to'
vaudeville and his latest laughing suc-
cess is entitled "The Man from Ma-
cey's." As an extra added attraction
the Five Musical Byrons will be offered
at the Maynard street vaudeville house.
These men play on every conceivable
kind of an instrument ranging from a'
huge Italian harp to a miniature pipe
organ.

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our The Bijou theater has returned to
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obtain the best in the line of acts Man-
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