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December 08, 1911 - Image 4

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to

Give Original Ex-
Dancing in
Opera.

SCHOOL

shades of Genee! Who ever heard
a masculine toe dancer? Even the
>st harrowing pictures of a night-
re fail to conjure up to the mind of
e image of a masculine form posed
one toe and clad in the well known
uze costume of a ballet dancer. Yet
e managers of "The Awakened- Ra-
ses" declare that they have unearth-
such an individual from the student
dy and that he is a close rival of the
remiere danseuse" of any ballet.
Paul J. Doherty, '14, is the distin-
ished person to whom the opera
oducers refer and according to their
tements he will dance a real, live'
llet number during the prologue to
e show. Doherty avers that he is
t an "eighth wonder" and that he!
rnot possibly do "real" toe dancing.i
is a common thing for the youths of
auisville, Ky., where Doherty hails
>m, to become proficient in the art
fancy dancing and it was in that
ithern town that he first, learned to

ed and no ready-made shoes could be
found to fit his masculine foot. Howev-
er, he will put on a dance that is sel-
dom'attempted by any but a ballet ar-
tist and the audience at the opera will
have a chance to see a peculiar nov-
elty, that of a masculine "ballet-girl."
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Faculty Concert.
Several years have elapsed since lo-
cal music lovers have been privileged
to listen to a composition by Prof. Al-
pert A. Stanley. When such an op-
portunity was offered last evening at
the regular faculty concert, in the
Suite in E major for violin and piano
played by Samuel Lockwood and Albert
Lockwood, the large audience present
voiced its pleasure and 'appreciation in
an outburst of applause that subsided
only after the composer had bowed his
acknowledgement. The work is in the
old style of the seventeenth century.
In thematic material as well as in for-
mal and rhythmical treatment, the
suite is as interesting to a present day
auditor as many nineteenth century
compositions. The interpretation of
it by the Messrs. Lockwoods left noth-
ing to be desired. It is to be hoped that
Professor Stanley will favor us again
in the near future.
The novelty of the evening was the
Kotek Duo for two violins. Mrs. Sam-
uel Lockwood's appearance last night
added no small meas'ure to the enjoy-
ment of the evening. The numbers
chosen are obviously'not of great mu-
sical value, and are weak in many
spots, The "Reverie" is perhaps the
most interesting.
William Howland sang a group of
erman songs, each one of which is
worthy of individual mention.
Albert Lockwood concluded the pro-
gram with Liszt's "Rhapsodie Espag-
nol." As always his playing was most
heartily enjoyed.
CAjIWP'SSELECTION
PARTIAL TO EAST.
(Continued\ from Page r.)
Francis ........................ Yale
Weems ................ ,.. Navy
Arnold ......................... Army
Brown .................... Navy
Kalettr .................... nSyracuse
Nlercer ................ Pennsylvania
Wells .....................:Michigan
Hudson .... .........,. Trinity
Fine line of Electric Chafing Dishes
at Killins, State Street Hardware.
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Saturdlay, 1Dec.

JOS. WEBER

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OFFERS

The Sensational

Where bo Yo
Music by Paul Briget.
Americanized by Ceo.
A Laugh Every Time the Clock Ti
Everyone a Gu

Matinee Prices:
Night Prices: -

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I

ancing came when the
as chosen for a leading
)duction of Mark Twain's
Pauper" which was pro-
igh school. An elaborate
roduced in the piece and
1 fill the role of the lead-
arried off the honors an1
lancing the "toe dance."
of practice and does not
e will be able to get in
e time of the Opera.
he question of shoes is
. Ballet dancing requir-
.oe, heavily padded at the
o late to get a pair made
's talents were discover-

Roya

Clothes put up
of rt ady-mades.
and styles.

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Denotes that there you will
find High Class Motion
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Scotch, Evglish, and Irish
and Suits.. The stock is
English Styles

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Films Changed Every Day
Admission 5c Admission 5c
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Prima Donr a Soprano of
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:ome and eatU
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TER SERVICE than it is pos-

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January 22 Feb1
MAY FESTIVAL, May 15, 16,
Five Concerts--Soloist, Chorus, and Orchestra
Unreserved Course Tickets, I

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