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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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Vocal Historical Recital.
William Howland will give .this af-
ternoon at 4:15 o'clock in High School
hall the first of three programs on
song cycles. Beethoven and Brahms
are the composers whose works have
been chosen for presentation today.
"An die ferne geliebte" by Beetho-
ven, is of historical interest since it
was the first song cycle ever written;
for that reason alone if for none other,
it is worthy of a place on the program.
The Romances from "The Fair Mag-
alona" are interesting melodically and
dramatically. Twelve years ago Mr.
Howland sang them at a recital in Bos-
ton and at that time Philip Hale, the
eminent critic, besides commenting fa-
vorably upon the singer's work, called
attention to the fact that it was the
first time they had been heard in that
city.
It is also the first rendition of
both cycles in Ann Arbor.
Gatty #Sellars and William Short.
Gatty Sellars, solo organist of the
Queen's Hall and Crystal palace con-
certs and musical festivals, and Will-
iam Short, L. R. .A. M. the King's
trumpeter will give a joint recital in
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Tues-
day night, November 28. Mr. Sellars
is a composer of high rank, and inhis
concerts has appeared with the great-
est singers and masters of the pres-
ent age, among them, Mme. Kirby-
Lunn, Busoni, Paderewski, Kubelik,
Hans Richter, etc. In his previous
tours of America, he made his greatest
success in the West, dedicating a num-
ber of organs in this part of the coun-
try.
Mr. Short is making his first visit to
the United States and Canada. For the
last 23 years, he has been principal
trumpet in the Royal Band of England,
and for his work he has received both
the Jubilee and Coronation medals, be-
sides three Royal warrants. The ar-
tists are being brought here by Mr. R.
H. Kempf, musical director of this
year's Michigan Union opera.
William Hawtrey Tonight.
Tonight at the New Whitney one of
the treats of the present theatrical sea-
son awaits the patrons of Ann Arbor
when the notable English character ac-
tor, Mr. Wm. Hawtrey, will be seen,
supported by his company of distin-
gulshed London players in a three act
farcical comedy"Dear Old Billy.""Dear
Old Billy" is a crisp, clever comedy
just teeming with laughs, full of speed
and most wholesomely clean. In the
title role Mr. Hawtrey does the best
work of his illustrious career. The
company and production to be seen
here will be exactly as presented at
Chicago.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Meeting of Forestry club tonight at
7:30 o'clock, room- 407, Engineering
building.
Ii you are not getting your
DAILY regularly, a postal
card to t Business Man-
a ger will start something

' e Intercollegiate Socialist Society
will hold its regular fortnightly meet-
ing tonight-at 8 o'clock at the Y. M. C.
A. Everybody is cordially invited to
attend these regular meetings.
Meeting of the U. o. A. Board at 4
p. m. today in room 404 N. W.
All '12 lit football men meet at Ran-
dall & Packs Thursday at 3 p. m.
Come dressed in football suits, for the
picture is wanted for the Michiganen-
sian. If this time is not conveninet
call 1067-L at once. Manager.
WHAT'S GOING TO BUMP THE ATH-
LETIC MAP
(Continued from page 1.)
Minnesota again creeps into the mat-
ter. It is possible that the Gophers
demanded Michigan's reur )r they
would withdraw, which would mean
the breakup of the conference. Is the
answer here?
But no matter if the answer lies in
any one of these three possibilities, it
is sure that there is something big
about to happen. Scdres of telegrams,
mysterious visits, and secret confer-
ences seldom come to naught, and it
is a safe bet that before long the west-
ern football world is going to have a
new sensation.
Scrubs Get Treat
The faithful scrubs were given a
reward for their fidelity last night
when they were invited to have supper
at the training table. Quite a num-
ber of them piled up to the mystic
board and had a meal with the regulars
and needess to say, it was appreciated
by them. It is more or less of an
honor to sit at a table with the mighty,
and hear the after dinner lectures that
have won many a game, but the faith-
ful scrubswho have stoodthedbrunt
of the hard 'work all fall were dserv-
ing of it.
New Plays in Orer.
Nebraska had a small army of spies
in the stands here last week at the
Penn game, and those spies saw a good
many things when Miphigan began to
open up. In fact they saw more than
was comfortable for Yost so he has
thrown many of his plays into th dis
card and the varsity is getting a new
set for the Cornhuskers. It is with an
idea of polishing these, plays up that
scrimmage has been held and also to
strengthen the defense in its weak
f.ints. It ia safe to say that Nebraska
will run up against a few plays next
Saturday that their spies did not see,
and that several of the expected onei
will be conspicuous by.their absence.
Last Practice Today.
The final practice of the year comes
today and will probably be light and
sort. It is the culmination of all the
season's work, and from now on the
big field will be deserted until spring
track and baseball claim it. It is
going to be a long year before the grid-
iron heroes are on it again bad by that
time there may be many things hap-
pen. But as is the usual rule,the last
practice will be secret.
Noted Journalist to Address Class.
Mr. Kirk B. Alexander, former chief
editorial' writer on the Detroit Journal
and now with the McMannus Advertis-
ing agency of Detroit, will deliver a
series of four lectures before the class
in journalism. The first lecture of
the series will be given Thursday
morning at 9 o'clock, in room 207 West
Hall. The subject will concern
the nature and function of the mod-
ern newspaper.
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At the last meeting of the Chess and
Checker club held at the Union, plans
were made for the tournaments which
will decide the makeup of tke teams.
An attempt is being made to secure
members of the faculty to act as judg-
es in these contests.
The club has arranged for a match
with the Detroit Chess and Checker
club, and is corresponding with a num-
ber of other bodies. it is expected that
a number of good matches will be ar-
ranged for during the coming winter.
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