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THE MIQIHIGAN DAILY

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MUSIC AND DRAMA.
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ed with delight by all those who ap-
preciate all that is best in the theatre.
The most notable play on the stage
today is Edmund Rostand's poetic fan-
tasy of the barnyard, "Chantecler,"
which Charles Frohman is to present
at the New Whitney Theatre Tuesday,
October 17, with Maude Adams in the
title role. In France, Rostand is idol-
ized and his genius is .recognized
throughout the world. The presenta-
tion of the drama on which its author
labored for seven years, brings in
combination with Rostand the most
ambitious and best loved of American
actresses and it is to be said to her
infinite credit that in it she has scored
one of the biggest successes of her
career.
"Chantecler" is today the greatest
novelty that the stage of this or any
other country has to offer. It is at
once a great spectacle, a serious poem
and a fantastic comedy all in one.
"The Top 0' Th' World."
With a world of sparkling melodies
and overflowing with real novelties,
"The Top 0' Th' World," with ts-orig-
inal stars, Bailey and Austin, and the
entire original company, will be the
attraction at the New Whitney Thea-
tre, Monday, October 16. Alan Dale,
the celebrated dramatic critic on the
New York American, is probably the
'coldest-blooded' reviewer in the coun-
try. His pen seems to be steeped in
pure sarcasm. Of Bailey and Austin
In "The Top 0' Th' World"- he said:
"To be perfectly candid I expected for
the most part to be bored. I acknowl-
edge freely that I was not. It is really
a wonderful show-and I say wonder-
ful advisedly. It has so many novel-
ties. The scenic effects are astonish-
ingly good. Bailey and Austin, seen
as two strange mechanical toys, a
"Jack-in-the-Box" and a "Candy Kid"
did almost everything in the repor-
toire of amusement. They danced-
many times and excellently-they jug-
gled; they played musical instruments
-they fell down-and fell down ex-
cellently-they were almost always
evident, and I laughed heartily."
With Bailey and Austin, the entire
original company, and an ensemble of
seventy people, "The Top 0' Th'
World" will be one of the noteworthy
musical attractions of the season.
So successful was the experiment
tried out last year in the faculty con-
certs, viz., the bringing of out of town
artists to add variety to the programs,
that the University School of Music
has decided to make it a permanent
feature of the series. It is not possi-
ble at this early date, however, to
make any definite announcements as
to who will be engaged.
For the first concert, which is to
be given Thursday evening in High
School hall, an especially interesting
program is being prepared. It will
also mark the local debut of Fraulein
Leonie Born, who was called from
the Leipsic Conservatory to the posi-
tion of first assistant in the vocal de-
partment of the School of Music,

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class attraction. We Will Not present the
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