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(Continued from page 1.)
Police scored even a greater suc-
han the Bum Army in last year's
"Ypsi Treat," sung by W. A.f
.rna and "My Girl at Michigan,"'
yrics of which were written by
k A. Picard, sung by Maurice Me-
n, were probably the hits of the
d act. The rendition of both
were excellent.
hur Cohen handled the part of!
ses superbly, and maintained in
way the unusual high character
acting. The role is well adapted
m and he took full advantage of

Act II.
10. Opening Chorus ..............
.........Rose, Rameses and Chorus
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
11. "I'm Old Rameses" .... Rameses
Picard-Wuerthner.
12. "Detective Song," Detective Ballet
.Matthews-Wuerthner.
13. "Ypsie Treat" ........... Newman
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
14. "My Girl at Michigan" ... . Tappan
Picard-Wuerthner.
15. "Sweetheart the Rose You Gave
Me" ..................Waterman
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
16. "The Squirrels in the Trees". .
.... Barbour
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
17. Finale .......... Entire Company
BARTELME SPEAKS AT CORNELL.
Athletic Director's Visit Points to Con-
tinued Relations.
The eastern trip of Director Bar-
telme has been conclusively proved
to be in regard to the athletic sched-
ules. At least the Michigan boss is ne-
gotiating at Cornell, for he was one of
the speakers at the annual "C" banquet
held there last Monday.
Mr. Bartelme responded, to a toast
and urged that relations between Mich-
igan and Cornell be continued.

New Whitr
Public Den

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comedian

Saturday, Dec, 16,

'ence, respectively.
John Pleased.
in, the Director, was the
in Ann Arbor last night.
of the performance he
I to the lobby of the the-
the public as it came out.
aw there made him well

Seat Sale, 1:30

eve me
ith ent
Ll I shot
w yet, is
Sale S

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usiasm. Am I satis-
ld say I am. It is the
the way I put it."
arts With a Bang.
h started last night
ores, and both sheet,
s were given an un-
iing sale. It is diffi-
. songs were in great-
ugh "Hearts Are Still
r Girl At Michigan,"
e" already show indi-'
ing leaders.
were also placed on
g at the theater and
The book containing
pages, appears in a
.ive brown cover and
ong lyrics. It will be
it all bookstores this

Piano Historical Recital.
Schubert, the song writer, surpassed
Schubert the composer of pianoforte
music. Scarcely a phrase or group of
measures can be found in the program
of Schubert's piano composi.tions as
presented yesterday afternoon by Al-
bert Lockwood in the Historical Recit-
al series that will not bear out this
statement. The Rondo of the Sonata
in A. major, or the Allegro of the Fan-
tasia-where one least expects to be
confronted with a charming bit of mel-
ody-may be cited as specific instan-
ces.
Mr. Lockwood entered fully into the
spirit of the various numbers, and lit-
erally "played" with them. The Im-
promptu Op. 90, No. 3, was taken at a
greater speed than is usual, and as a
result seemed to lose a little of its
dignity.
It was .in the unrestricted Fantasia
form that Mr. Lockwood created many
wonderful effects, by artistic treatment
of the contrasting passages. As
whole, the recital was greatly enjoyec
and warmly applauded.

Guth's,

9~ $L.

Special packages
All fresh goods is

The Rexall
E. C.ED!
122 S. Main St.
snHoENR'
Designers of Men's Clothes,

wing is the musical pro-

E

Prologue.
1. Opening.
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
2. Dance.
',uerthner.

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es

I

3. Finale.
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
Act. 1.
4. Opening, Rose, Mrs. Washtenaw-
Cookhus and Chorus.
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
5. "A Course in Love," ........ Rose
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
6. "Hearts Are Still the Same"....
...............Rose and Waterman
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
7. "College Love" ..............'.
...............Barbour and Chorus
Hudnut-Fixel.
8. Scrubmaid Ballet.
Hudnut-Wuerthner.
9. Finale-Grand March and -Trio.
"The Archaeologist." Entire Company.
Hudnut-Wuerthner.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

i ve you

LLY
rbo, Mich.

Sreu..
an-
p m
9-J

Polhemus Transfer Line
Checks baggage direct from
house to dis'ination
Men on all returning trains
Both Phones 15

Cif tsl

Soph Lit basRe(Dait pracuce LOda
city Y. M. C. A., 4:30 p. m.
Senior lit men and women are both
urged to buy their Dinner-Dance tick-
ets at the S. L. A. window in U. Hall
today from 9 to 12 and 1 to 3. The
caterer must know by tonight just
how many are going to this Xmas par-
ty.
All J. Law basketball men meet at
city Y. M. C. A. today at 4:30 with
suits.
Junior lit class meeting today at 4
p. m., Tappan Hall.
Senior lit class meeting, Friday at 4,
Tappan Hall.
Fresh
Always fresh be-
cause we get our
supplies direct and
frequently, from
- the makers of the
best in the land.
Chocolates
and Confections
E. E. CALKINS

The
Daily
only

Announeemen
It is my great privilige to anm
the season. Every act a featture a
si art to finish. You will be delight
ThursdayM
Friday
Saturday Star

Music

g in the way of Gent's Furnishings as a Christmas Gift. let us
Our stock of holiday necks car is resplendent with the many
anges of plain colors in barathea or rep silks. Perpendicular
igured designs, are among the fancy silks to be worn this sea-
and Mittens, in silk, wool or fur, lined as well as unlined,. can
vests in white and colors, also the newest cut in white
Shirts, Mac Hurdle Full Dress Shirts
Silk, Cotton or Wool Hosiery. Silk or Linen Hand-
y Fur Caps. Mufflers. Smoking Jackets.
r Bags and Suit Cases. Umbrellas
VLIN & FIEEL

RATHSKEL
Three Boys Wi'h Song
Funtin a Turkish Bath
W Four Prevosts
Comic Acrobats
Extra Added Attraction
Enrtco
CUERRO &
;|| FyViolinistI
r Frc m Royal Corset

Musical, Co mie dy

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Monday Tuesday v
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"MERRY MAR
25 People 25 Beauty4

Wednes~dI
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