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February 20, 1912 - Image 4

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. Ri+ead's Recital.
ge P. Rhead gave her sec-
f th3 season in Frieze Me-
last night,winning much
her fine presentment of
ifficult program of Beetho-
pus 2, No. 3, with its sim-
es and Mozartian melody
uch that is most finishied
Rhead's playnig - her
poiseful technique, her
tion of phrase. The Ada.
haps the most enjoyable;

Coburn. Historical accuracy and sig
nificance, as well as artistic elegance
and taste, have been their aim in de-
signing the wearing apparel of the dif-
ferent characters in the plays. The
ability to do this successfully is the
result of careful study of the history
and fashions of the times in which the
different plays are set. The furniture,
decorations and properties have been
secured from various antique stores in
New York city.
Such cities are visited, outside of the
larger centers, that have well sus-
tained reputations for the patronage
and encouragement of the higher
forms of dramatic art.

Ninth Annual



st be -
s 101 Blake Counted on For the Relay Team,
ssive Declared to Be In-
ation. elligible.





at 4:15 o'clock,
Baritone, will
Recital of the
chool Hall. The
>ted to cycles
d Robert Schu-
tiosen are con-
ive of this par-

ly ex-

The first faculty blow has fallen on
track prospects. It has been announc-
ed that Blake, who was counted on in
the half and quarter mile, will not be
allowed to participate. The loss ol:
Blake is a serious one to the team and
ruins plans for the relay team. Blake
has a mark of 1:56 in the half mile
and was doing good work in the quar-
ter, where he was counted on along
with Haff and Gamble, to compose the
relay team.
There are several other men whose
eligibility has not been finally deter-
mined and the team may be still fur-
*ther weakened. This blow, just two
weeks before the first meet, means a
lot to the team and the outlook is morc
dismal than ever.
There will be a meeting of all track
men in Waterman gymnasium tonight
at 7 o'clock at which Dr. Kraenzlein
and Capt. Gamble will tell the men just
what the Conditions are and make a





ea to sno~L1w up.
It is important
and sophomores a
as to give the ai
what material wil
fresh-soph meet.
this event must be


Augen seh


(c) Im wunderschonen
Eichen dorff Liederkreis
rs. Edwin S. Sherrill at

Monat Mai
the piano.


CTIONS,CIGAR S "Coburn Players" Tonight.
RETTES,. PIPES One of the most pretentious offerings
of the dramatic season will be the
B-B-B Pipes Coburn Players at the New Whitney
theater Tuesday, February 20.
e you all and give you The Coburn Players are among the
satisfaction. most important organizations that
have presented classic drama through
:CLASS PIPES the length and breadth of the land. In
this company are dramatic artists all
Y of high metropolitan favor and wide
JOLL popularity.
, AnnArbor, Mich. The scenery is from the brush of
that master artist, Joseph A. Physioc,
who for twelve years travelled with
, bunions, ingrowinf the late Mr. Richard Mansfield as his
treated and cured
ything absolutely an- special artist. The costumes are made
-12 a.m. 1-5 and 7-8 p m in the Coburn Players own costume
J. FOLEY establishment in New York under the
et, End North 12th
ohool Phone89. personal supervision of Mr. and Mrs.
in Sprilg Shirts
TAN SHIRTS for the SPRING of 1912 open
s many new and attractive patterns, different in
this Spring and in this particular, the Manhattan
iany figures will also be found in this line.'
t your disposal, and we venture to say that we can
>ur-in-bands and bat wings that are now being
and price, and nowhere will you be able to find
® cents, as we can show you.
Main Street

About twenty men attended the firstm'
meeting of the year of the University phe
of Michigan Republican Club at Mc- wo
Millan hall last evening. Officers for lar,
the rest of the year were chosen as Her
follows: A. E. Meder, '12 L, president;
Sol Blumrosen, '13 L, vice-president;
Walter K. Towers, '12 L, correspond- gre
ing secretary; G. W. House, '12 L, re- kno
cording secretary; J. H. Payne, '12 L, his
treasurer. In outlining the policy of one
the club, President Meder stated that and
for the present, at least, the club for
would not support any one man for the tim
Republican nomination. Ore

Dn. HE

Six men were chosen yesterday for
the final tryouts in the junior lit class'
for the university oratorical contest.
E. J. Rosenberg, E. R. Thurston and
W. W. Wheatley were the winners in
the afternoon preliminaries and A. P.
Barrett, Arthur Dondineau and Merl
W. Gump won in the evening. These
men will contest for class representa-
tive next Friday evening.
Prof. A. R. Crittenden, Dr. C. B.
Vibbert, and Dr. B. B. Wallace will
be judges at the junior law oratorical
contest which will be held at 6:i5 to-
night in the oratorical room in the
nrth wing of University hall.
Following a custom that has been
generally adhered to by' senior law
classes, the senior laws will hold a
Washington Birthday dance at Gran-
ger's next Thursday evening, February
22. An augmented orchestra and spe-
cial decorations will feature the first
class dance of the year.
The junior laws will also dance the
same evening at the new Packard
dancing academy.

Mr. Heney
pion of wha
and he exhil
his career.
of the best
possessed cc

Another trip
Musical Clubs
vorably upon
been received,

freshmen girls ,by the girls
ior class next Saturday
from 2 until 5. The functi
featured by a dance and ref:
This occasion is 'one of long
ditional standing, having t
tuted some years ago, and ha
observed annually for seve
Freshmen girls are urged to

-W, t

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