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ICIJIGADAL

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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IWhite Way. The engagement here is
for one night only. Seats* are now
jon sale at the box. office.

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Faculty Concert.
On Monday evening the. second in
the series. of complimenta~ry piano re-
citals, by junior nnicmbers of the facul-
ty, will, be given by Mr. H{arrison Al-
bert Stevens., Mr. Steven~s graduated
'from both the jlniversity and the
School of Mlusc two years ago, and the~
brillian~t reci.tal vhich hie gave at that
time has been well rememb~ered by
those who heard it. Last year the
spent in Berli in special .study under
the great Lhevinne. This recital willI
Sbe Mlr. Stevens' first ippearance since
his return. -
('hatinicey Olcoti.
*Fre'quently big opera companies and
musical comedy companies carry mu-
sicians to augment the orchestra in
theatres they play at, but the first star
to carry musicians for a dramatic show
is Chau~ncey Olcott, the successful
composer and actor, who is to produ et
"MNacushla" (Pulse of jMy Heart) at
the Whitney. Theater, Wednesday even-
ing, December 6.
Edward T1. Kendall, the composer and
director, presides at the piano. Albert
Pearl, a violin soloist from one of the
leading conservatories of Europe, andI
Herman Steisel, a cellist of renownI
traivel regularly with Mr. Olcott and
add m~uch to the effectiveness of the
songs Mir. Olcott sin-;s, aud the beau-
tiful incidental music which has been
com posed especially for this produc-
tion.
-Th~e Gil romu Rectors."
"The Girl from Rector's" that is to
be produced at the New Wlhitney The-
ater on 'Thursday,, December 7, receiv-
ed the following notice fromt the Free
Press: "The worst that can be said of
"The Girl from Rector's," is that it is
a ripping good play, one that is cal-
culated to drive "dull care away and at
the same time impart a little informna-
tion to those who might not be ac-
jquainted with the ways of the Great

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' lC~Maestic ''theater.'1
The popularity of big musical comn-
edy productions continues in the van-
deville theaters and another one of
these elaborate acts with a east of ten
people including a .bevy of young and
attractive chorus girls will be the fea-
ture attraction at the Majestic theater
the first three days of the comingj
week.
jThe Chartres and Holliday company
will appear in an ambitious offering
entitled "An Alaskan Honeymoon," a
Smusical comedy in two scenes, one rep-
resenting the deck of an armoured
cruiser and the second sowing a win-
ter scene in :Alaska. Another act that
will meet with favor is that of Mile
Excelcia and Lottie Franks known as
the physical culture girls. These girls
are expert boxers and their exhibition
with the punching bag is a wonderful
performance. [lyman Meyer, a comedy
pianist, who is a brilliant musician,
will be the extra added attraction. A
companiy of dramatic players known
as the Traver, Ray Company will ap-
pear ini a one act play and the photo-
plays will depict the story of "The Soul
of the Violin."
Chancellor Avery made a plea for
"unprofane" rooting at Nebraska's last
mass meeting.
ULL-WVES'i'EIN TLVIL
(Con tinlued from Page r.)
in the west this season. McMillan was
out of the Cornell game, however, and
though hie played in the Penn and Ne-
braska gaines he was handicapped byr
his injured leg, which he wore in
braces in both struggles, an( it is
claimed he did not play up to his usual
form.
lAs to other players in which MNich-
igan might be interested Hill, the
whirlwind M. A. C. halfback, is not
placed because he is a poor line plung-
er though he is a wonder at skirting
the ends and running back kicks in ad-
dition to being a punter par excellence
Scruby who is given the call over
Thomson For fullback, is chosen part-
ly for his work in defeating the Itha-
cans when his two field goals brought
victory for the Maroons. Scruby finih d t e s a o t u r ,b c u e h
was considered such a good defens(
man, but it is believed his early season.
showing at fullback warrants his be-
in~ picked for that position. Ower
Frank, the sensational 'Nebraska half
back, is given third choice for a back
field position,

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Monday --- Tuesday --- Wednesday
Comedy C.omipany
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One and One-Half Hours
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MAY FESTIVAL., May 15,
Five Concerts---Soloist, Chorus, and Or'
Unreserved COu rse Ticke'

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