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MU--lC AND DRAMA

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'Noted Piia Donina i~ ves Classic Con-!
cert Before _1 ience of An.
sic Los ers.
SINCINt, is ARTISTIC TRWAi'PII.
Mla arne de Pasquali appeared in
song recital last evening in Luiiversity
}fall before an audience ready to ac-j
cord her a w,,elcome sweeping in its en-
thusiasm. Her reception was not coml-
parable to that of last spring; and yet
it might be said that her artistic iris-I
umph Rys greater. Iln some ct herl
NN songs she reached surpassing heights
of musical expression, of interpretai-
' tlon -notably in the group of 11th and
14 th century classics, and in the Mlo- :
tart aria from the "'Magic Fluty,."'By
mucwh that was fine and intimately a3-,
healing in her singing, by passages -;f
th~e purest and most liquid legato, by]
~a delicate poise in the Beethoven, Bach,I
and Brahms numbers, she proved her-
el f an artist of attainments higherj
than~ the most brilliant coloratura. But
it must be admitted that something
wa a k n fs ii fh rne o ep erformnance at the festival last May,
ausd that her voice, perfectly as she
use it, has declined from the wonder-
ful tonal purity it exhibited then. One
could not but regret too,the selection .of

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some of h r encores, which were no-
ticeably blAow the stan'ard set by ~
r;,,ally ex(c lle'int program.
Miss Ina Grange added pleasure to
the evening by her accompaniments,
--hich were tonally beautiful. and fine-

Detroit, Mich.

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tis the only place where everything is
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also board by the week. Our specialtyj
UNCHE~S VCONIECTIONS, CIGARS
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Agents for B-B-B Pipes
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085S. State Street, AnnArbor, Mich.
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Everythin;g absolutely an-
iseptic. Office hours. 0-12 a.in. 1-5 aind ;-S p w .

Alha\u iniltiation tonight at -
sharp i the Alpha Nu rooms.
Informal musical program under
auspices of the Cosmopolitan club in
Cercle Francais rooms at 7:30. Open
to the public.
Special meeting of the Student Coun-
cil this afternoon at 2:00 ini roomn D,
of the law building.
Omega Phi will meet this afternoon
at 1 o'clock.
Soph lit basketball practice today,
1:.30, City Y. ?1. C. A.
Fresh law basketball practice today,
2:15, city Y. MI. C. A.
All band members meet at Michigan
Central depot at 4:30 prompt, today,
to attend Detroit smoker. Bring racks,
nao uniforms.
Dental Society to Wlar Paper.
At the second regular meeting of-the
Senior Dental Society next Wednesday
evening, S. F. Devereaux will read a
paper on "~Practical Oral Prophylaxis."
The dicussion will be led by P. L.
Gardner and K. Kamitani. All mem-
bers of the department are invited.
Polhemus Transfer Line
Checks baggage direct from
house to distination
Men on all returnir g trains
Both Phones 15

Alma 'tonight.
Judging by the number of mailor
orders for reservation of seats for "Al-
Ima, Where Do You Live?" which Joe
Weber will present at the New Whit-
ney theater this afternoon and even-
ing, the question will be answered by
an audience which will test the capac-
ity of the theater. It Svgs difficult to
find a sub title 'which would be de-
scriptive of the play, but if mirth and
melody, beauty and wit, art and gor-
geousness are qualities that win, then
IAlma will continue to sound her in-
terrogavtion for many months to come.
Alma is a real musical comedy, not a
lorified burlesque show. A "vaude-
Mille" they call it in France. The En-
glishmnan would name it" a musical
farce. New York called it a comic op-
era with an ;all-star cast and without
a chorus. In fact, as with every pee,
the Iju!lic is more interested in its
plot and construcetion than in its title.
In the original text it was a "drollque"
(very droll and very naughty), Trans-
lated Into German its G allic wit be-
came more shcking and less clever.
Then Mr. Weber had it all re-written
into English by George V.4 Hobart. Its
fangs are extracted, its dialogue sub-
dued,:its situations modified, in fac~ it
Is thoroughly groome, for, domestic
cunsumption, .wolesome, palatable,
and fit for a drawing room discussion.
HNerve's foundation is all there and all
of the contagious music by JeanBriq-
uet, but the superstructure is all Ho-
Nei rt's,
WESTERN SUFFRIkAE WOKE
WILL ADDRESS LOCAL CLUB
EThe college suffrage committee of
the Women's'League has secured Mrs.
R~ose French, who will talk on, "My
Work with the Working Girls of San
Francisco," next Monday afternoon in
Newberry Hall. The lecture will be
open to the public.
Mrs. French'is a well known advo-
cate of equal sufrag; and took a prom-
itnent part in the struggle for women's
suffrage in California which resulted
in an extremely large vote being poll-
ed by the wonven in the recent elec-
tions :in that state.
The suffrage committee of..the League
expects to hold meetings every other
Tuesday afternoon at Barbour gymna-
sium to study the subject of equal suf-
frage. Any one interested in the -sub-
ject is invited to attend these meetings.
An Attractive Proposition
Fhe Dollar-Twoe that we savea
you on every pair ofV Wear-
U-Well shoes you buy repre-
sents. the middlemen's profits
-only that and nothing more.
Siimple, isn't it
But before you can do this, you
maust hlave, big shoe factories andi
hundreds of distributing bran h.
' bft is not so simle.'
The Wear--W1ell Branch in this
:ity is one of more1 than an tin-
(Ires] others selling' the roctof

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Saturday, Dec, 1

JOS. WEBER

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The Sensational

Musical Comedy

A L 1M
Where Do You Live

Music by Paul Briget.
Americanized by Geo. V.1
A Laugh Every Time the Clock Ticks.
Everyone a Gcw.

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