MUSIC AND DRAMA
The Orchestra Concert.
Thae University Symphony Orchestra
gPve its first concert of the season in
thv auditorium of the High School last
ev 'iing, winning enthusiastic applause
from a large audience. Samuel Lock-
wood as director has produced excep-
tional results with this ambitious am-
ateur organization; the program, diffi-
cult and varied as it was, received an
admirable presentation throughout.
The orchestra has a good volume of
tone, well modulated and responsive,
and plays with much precision of at-
tack. The Schubert ballet music to
Rosamunde," the charming "Aquarrel-
len" of Gade, were given an excellent
interpretation; the debonair Op. 52 of
Schumann closed the program. Miss
Leonie Born sang the dramatic "Letz-
ter Tanz" of Weingartner. Miss Ma-
rian Struble, a young violinist of re-
markable ability, gave the first Con-
certo of Bach, displaying a quite fin-
ished technique and much beauty of
"Dear Old Billy."
Since the days of "The Private Sec-
retary," "Jane" and "harley's Aunt,"
the theatergoers of America have not
been presented with any product of the
pen of English farce-writers to com-
pare with "Dear Old Billy" which is
the starring vehicle of that eminent
English character actor, William Haw-
trey, who, with his distinguished com-
pany of London players will be seen
at the Whitney on Wednesday, Novem-
ber 22. "Dear Old Billy" comes to us
with exactly the same company and
production that recently closed a run
of nearly four months in Chicago,
where the critics were unanimous in
designating it as one of the speediest
and most wholesomely funny farcesj
seen in years.
Rifle club at 5 today in trophy room of
Cast rehearsal of the "Awakened Ra-
meses" Wednesday evening at seven
o'clock at Union. Chorus rehearsal at
seven o'clock in Scott's Academy.
All men who draw, meet at theUn-
ion at 5 o'clock this afternoon in con-
nection with the cartoon contest fo
the Michigan Smoker. Prizes are of-
fered for the best cartoons.
Have you called at Grinnell Bros.
for what you desire in the line of Mu-
ic? If not, why not? They can supply
anything.in the Musical line at lowest
possible prices. W. J. Simpston, Mgr.,
Grinnell Bros., Ann Arbor, Mich.
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Sycip Talks on Chinese Situation.
"Foreign intervention in the present
Chinese rebellion would result in an
enlarged repetition of the Boxer War,"
claimed Albino Z. Sycip at Newberry
Hall Sunday night. "China's greatest
gain in recent years is herygrowthsof
national spirit, as evinced by the rise
of the rebellious party."
ILLINOIS ALUIMNI WAX
ENTHUSTASTIC AT BANQUET.
About twenty-five of the forty Michi-
gan alumni who were present at the
banquet attended by President Hutch-
ins in Champaign last week are
mebers of the University of Illi-
nois faculty. Dr. Rice, '03 M, is the
president of the association, and Prof.
Otto Lessing, '95, for two years in-
structor in the University, is secretary.
The association was formed three
years ago and the banquet is an annu-
al affair. Dean Reed attended last
"The members showed great enthusi-
asm," said President Hutchins, "but
he time was spent in reminiscing rath-
er than discussing present day affairs."
"Dr. Bunting Will Speak at Buffalo.
Dr. R. W. Bunting, secretary of the
Dental College, left yesterday morning
for Buffalo, N. Y. to attend a meeting
of the Dental Society of that city. He
will give a clinic and read a scientific
paper on the subject of "Cartes" which
pertains to the decay of teeth. Dr.
Bunting will return to Ann Arbor on
One night only--
Thurs., Nov. 23
An Old Favorite in a New Play
WERBA AND LUESdHER
T WO COI
A. G. Delamat
M r. V
and his distingi
of London Pla
clever com edy
In His Latest Success
Elevating a Husband
By CIARA LIPMAN
and SAMUEL SHIPMAN
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Ily handsome production for the piece.
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