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MUSIC AND DRAMA
IUNI'VERS 171Y NOTICES
Every other faculty concert this year
has had as an "extra attraction" either
some out-of-town artist or the pre-
sentation of some novelty.! Last night
the pro gram was given entirely by lo-
cal artists. Each number was warm-
ly applauded, atnd all three of the ar
tists were compelled to respond with
Miss Emily Sadler was heard in a
group of short solos and again in Saint
Saens' "Introduction and Rondo Cap-
riccioso." Mliss Berry played her ac-
companimnents acceptably. Schu-
maun's "Kinderscenen" was Mr. Albert
Lockwood's contribution to the pro-
gram and it struck a responsive chord
in the hearts of all present. The most
interesting number of the evening was
Leoni's vocal setting of E. A. Poe's
well known poem "The Bells." It re-
ceived an impressive interpretation by
W illiam Howland. Miss Nell Stock-
well rendered the piano part effective-
The next musical event is Mr. How-
land's Vocal Historical Recital which
takes place on the afternoon of Wed-
nesday, January 17.
Manager Lane of the Majestic thea-
ter wishes to announce to the public
that the Majestic will continue to give
the same high class shows irrespective
of the fact that the theater in Jackson
is closed temporarily. The new show
for the last half of this week opened
last night to ,the usual big crowds and
one of the best bills of the season was
presented. As a special feature in ad-
ditiort to the vaudeville program they
sensational moving pictures telling the
history of the song "The Star Spangled
Banner" were shown and these photo-
plays attracted much attention. Sat-
urday afternoon every University man
who attends the matinee will be pre-
sented with a beautiful Michigan Art
Jalendar free with the compliments of
.he Majestic mnanagement. Next Thurs-
Jay the long expected Gruber Ele-1
-hant will come and needless to say_
.hat this act will attract a great deal
I MAJES TI CI
Independents who are going to hop
.neet at Union tonight at 7:00.
All1 Cornhuskeirs meet at Rentschler's
at noon today for Michiganenslan pic-
All tryouts for University Rifle team'
some to McMillan Hall range tonight
at 1:30-9:30, or tomorrow, 2:30-4:30
Senior Engineer Basketball practice,
today, 4:15, at city Y. M. C. A.
Meetintg '13 Eng. class dinner com-
mittee this afternoon at 5 inEngineer-
ing Society room.
Lit hockey practice, 3:30, Ferry field..
All candidates must report.
'eft in Smoking Room at the Chubb
House, but there are a few' in the main
dining room, $4.00 per week. 75-76
Graduate Club Meets Saturday.
The Graduate Club will hold~ a meet-.
Ing in Barbour gymnasium at -7:30 Sat-
ur'day evening, January' 13. Prof. H.
R. Cross will deliver an illustrated lec-
ture on "Architectural Evolution," and
a social program. will close the even-,
Joseph M. Gaites1
In the successful musical play
DR. DE LUXI
Saturday, Jan. 13
Matinee at 2:15
Night Performance at 8:15
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