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February 16, 1912 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-02-16

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ly be formed,
it will be pre-j
far-distant fu-

am Igo land was loudly ap-j
Sfor hi. group of three songs.
tignified, majestic "Pilgrim's
and the delicately poetic "Ein
"were a perfect thesis anda-
*for each other, while "Der
--heard for the first time lhere
Ad to be the sort of a song in
the singer best impresses his
*It found immediate accept-
ith the audience, and Mr. How-
as compelled to respond to an:
with Schubert's "Hark! Hark!
e is no exaggeration in the
nt that Mrs. George B. Rhead
rer played at a Faculty Concert
as she did last night. Her bra-
ying, her sudden decrescendos
tremendous fortes to a w.hisper-
anissimo, her finished style of
ig were brought to the interpre-
of the three numbers in her
She was recalled several times
ally placated the applause with
uisite Liszt number.
The Co burn Players,
Coburn Players, recognized
bout the country as represent,-
,akespearean actors, are booked
New Whitney Theater, Tuesday,
.ry 20. The Coburn Players are
yred the most evenly balanced
.ation of dramatic artists before
+ater-going public of to-day. The
for this is obvious. Each mem-
allowed, and even encouraged,
r his part well, no matter how
it may be, for more importance
shed to presenting a play for
sake than to bring too promi-
forward some one part, and ob-
others, for the purpose of em-
.ng some "bright particular

A REAL FEATURE
Will be Presented. by
Every Tuesday from
this date one
Alwvays take in our photo
plays on Tuesday in addition
to our regul'ar Templ.e days.
A new stunit backed by- the
classiest photo theatre this
side of Detroit.
The Great White Sign
Will Lead You

New Wb
TUESDAY, FEB.

The Classic Event of
the Seeson
Ninth Annual Tour et Recognized
Artistic Achievement

CO
PLAY

t
In Magnificent Scenic Prods
of S3hnespare's Masterl
MACBE1

PRICES:
$.25,9.50,9.75,1.00

Seat Sale Saturday,
Feb. 17, 10 a. mn.

We extend a special
lnvitat*-#n to te

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TO THE

own
each j

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red in its own
in New York
supervision of

atives of ten frate(rnities
1Nebraska inter-fraternity

MAJESTIC
TONIGHT!I
Banda Roma
And Vaudeville Feature

And will

daily,

six

~Days

COMING
MONDAY

JOLLY AND WILDI

Car-'Coni

A special room where smoking is
allowed is a feature at the
Cutting Cf
Make reservation early and get
the best board in the city.
rTe Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Cptlstock $300,000 Surplus $75,000
aptlResources $,40,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
)rris: Chas. E~. Hiscock, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.: M. J. Fritz, Cashier

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for

Men

,

I on your feet for $4.00,
gold embroidered) Patent,
Also silk hose to match.

JOHN C. FRITZ, Washtenaw County Aga
To e Givwe
BY THE ANN ARBOR LODGE E
Come prepare to witness a Great Exhibition.
startling and amussing. Acts and novelties ne%
brilliant stunts by high class artists, etc. A Fair

gigs in Velvet (plain and
$3.00 to $5.00o per pair.

,ER STIREAIIN
SKATING SHOES MADE

that1

talk of Ann Arbor for fifty years to com~e.
TICKETS FOR SALE
Huston Bros., eoo. Kyor's, Henry & Co., Fischer & Finoll,1

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