MUSIC AND DRAMA
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Mr. Howland will give a recital in
high school auditorium Wednesday af-
ternoon, March 6, on the Historical Re-
cital Series. At this time he will give-
the following program of Schubert and
Schumann cycles, which was postpon-
ed some time ago on account of the
inclemency of the weather:
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Die schone Mullerin Cyclus
(a) Das Wandern
(a) Der Lindenbaum
(a) Am Meer
(c) Der Doppleganger
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Die Myrthen Cyclus
(b) Die Lotusblume
Frauenliebe und Leben Cyclus
(a) Er der Herrlischste
(b) Du Ring
(a) Wenn ich in deine Augen seh
(b) Ich grolle nicht
(c) Im wunderschonen Monat Mai
Iichendorff Liederkreis Cyclus
Mrs. Edwin Sherrill at the piano.
"Louisiana Lou" Coming.
The musical comedy that holds the
season's record for the number of per-
formances given, "Louisiana Lou," will
be played in this city on Saturday,
March 9, in the New Whitney theater.
The musical comedy will-be given here
by a special cast under the manage-
ment and under the guarantee of Har-
ry Askin, the managing-director of the
La Salle Opera-House, Chicago, and
its travelling companies. The compa-
ny which is coming here includes some
.t morning's issue.
wSocietic- and Clubs
of the great favorites of latter-day mu-
A band of real South Amer-
ican natives will be one of the inter-
esting features of the new vaudeville
show that will open at the Majestic
theater tomorrow night. The Marimba
Band is a novel musical offering that
will have many interesting features.
Still another welcome feature will be
that of Miles and Moulton, a pair of
entertainers who were here last sea-
son and with such success that the
Majestic management deemed it advis-
able to bring them back for a return
engagement. Two former operatic
stars known as Mason and Murray will
present a high class singing act, while
the hilarity of the show will be in 'the
able hands of two pantomime clowns
by the name of Bean and Hamilton. As
usual the exclusive feature Pathe
Weekly will be seen and the entire
show promises to be one of the best
of the season.
GETS FIRST CUT
Sack Men and Outfielder Ranks Are
Reduced Till Only Sixteen
BATTERY MEN NOT AFFECTED.
Falling with a sickening thud and,
as usual in a fell swoop, the axe de-
scended on the baseball squad yester-
day afternoon and now only sixteen
athletes remain to compete for the in-
field and outfield yobs. The battery"
men were not affected by the cut and
their large number still remains, but it
is expected that a wholesale reduction
will be made there before long. With
the ground cleared away and with only
sixteen to chase fis or grab ground-
ers, the real work of the training sea-
son starts and competition has nar-
rowed down to the best material.
Keen Competition for Infield.
Of the sixteen men who are still on
deck, all the regulars of course are
present, and three new outfielders, the
remainderabeing infield men. Bell,
Mitchell and Munson, of last year's
garden squad are on hand, and Davis,
Saier, and Goodyear, are the new men
seeking a job there. Goodyear is also
a possibility for first base. Pontius is
making eyes at the initial sack and ip
a classy fielder, if he can acquire the
slugging habit. Scully, who has form-
erly played that position and who has
a fine batting average, is another as-
pirant but he also has chances for the
second or third stations. Huebel is
seeking second, as is Dunkinson, while
McMillan, McQueen, Lavan, and How-
ard also have a squabble sched-
uled for infield positions. Mc-
Millan is the only M man and the
quality of. the others is un-
tried. Snadjr, who went with
the team on the southern trip last
year, was out forpractice yesterday
and. is one of those who escaped the
slaughter. He is looking for a berth
in the infield.
Battery Men Show Up Well.
The battery men will be tried out
still further before the reduction sale
takes place. Gould, who is at present
back stopping, may be given a chance
at first, and Munson may be brought
in from the outfield. The pitchers are
showing up fairly well for so early in
the season. Wheat, a southpaw, is
howing exceptional form and if he can
last should win a place. Rodgers is
doing good work in the catchers box.
It is not expected that any more cuts
will be made in the number of infield-
ers and outfielders for some time.
Practice will continue every day and
the lectures of Coach Rickey will also
be given. They are open to alltmen.
"CO-EDUCATION FINEST THING IN
A Musical Trip to
By Addison Burkhardt, Frederick
Presented by the Fc
Mr. Victor Morley, Miss Mae Taylor, Mr
George errelsMr. Thomas C. Leary.
Powell Martin, Miss Helen Wilton,
SINGING, DANCING, ILOOKING
Pricks: Matinee, 50, 75, $1. Night, 50, to $1.50
Preformances, Thursday. March 7r.10
Important-Owing to Immensity of Producton and L
Curtain will Rise Promptly at 2:15 at the M1atine
Evening. Carriages and Motors at 5:0 P.M1. a
Satxzrdmy, March 9 Matfinee
The La Salle Opera House Co. (Inc.), Harry
ing Director, Makes Known the World's Reco
"A Wonderful Show"-Play Garden
DIRECT FROM THE LaSA
From the M. E. down to the line o'
man, the various members of the staff
have tripped the light and toeful, but
the most unique stunt of all was-not
pulled off-but stumbled over, by a
certain cornfed staffman the other eve
following a local terpsichorean trot.
This husky individual loves to attend
shin festivals, but above all, he enter-
tains a craving to hop up on a stool
afterward and devour a post-dance
lunch. And so do we all. But this is
He had said the farewells, after thE'
gay glide was
arourld to his
age to enjoy.
his mouth, he
hear the patter
did not hear t
giggle. But h
gray, and then
to blush, .wher
the girl whose
than are other woman workers of the
world, she is somewhat more efficient
s fur the May Festival will begin
'clo.k, at the University School of
>wing schedu'e. Holders must re-
therwise $3.00 should be added to
:h 9, inclusive, $3.50 extra.
'ch 22, inclusive, $2.50 to $3.00
.00 or $3.00 extra.
rch 29, inclusive, $1.50, $200 or
MON., TUES., WED.
Superior Photo Plays
THE F AMILYSC O PE
than her sister who has not been edu-
cated, but what we want is the spirit
of the cause, and this we do not find
absent in the woman of the world.
Rather it is generally much more in
evidence, and they are the workers
who are making our cause known and
making of it a power." In speaking ofj
co-education Miss Pankhurst remark-
ed: "In England we do not have co-edu-
cation in evidence as it is here. I
think, however, that it is the finest
thing in the world-that it gives at
strength to the moral character and
that on account of the successful way
in which it is conducted that it placest
America higher in the list of morally
strong than any other nation in thet
world.". "No," said Miss Pankhurst,
finally, "conditions in England as com
pared with conditions in America are.
far inferior-I mean in the system ofI
industrial activity with which women'
are connected. The problems which s
wq' have there are absent here, but per-
Smith, Grey; second:
Smith 4:49; Grey 5:0
' Thirty-five yard d
ward, Brown, Bond,
Paier, Begole, Warin;
and Cole qualified in t
Craig, Seward, Bond,a
ified in the sehi-final
Seward first; Lapsley
third. Time 4 1-5.
Eight hundred eigl
Brown first; Murphy
third. Time 2:06.
Pole vault-Cook' ai
tied for first; Barton
Result of Interel
relay races were run
with the meet, with t
sults: Soph medics def
ics; senior laws defea
soph engineers defes
neers; fresh laws defE
ior engineers defeat
neers; soph lits defe
senior lits forfeited to
semi-finals will occur
nection with the Fresl
the finals will be rui
night of the Varsity n
$2.00 or $3.00
tate Savings Bank
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
pital $50000. Surplus $85000
ate St. and eats those broiled
lunch room on Arbor Street.
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WED. and SAT.
fection here is very far in the distance,
and for that we have to work."
Prepares to Go to South Africa.
George Rawden, '11 Dent, has re-
turned to Ann Arbor for a short yisit.
He will leave for England in two
weeks for a short stay preparatory to
leaving for South Africa, where he ex-
pects to locate permanently.
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Get Ready for. the Thaw.,
Rubbers are Expensive
The 4 F arts obi the Town
to waterproof your shoes and save money
MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP
611 East William Street
Sign of the Big Electric Shoe
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the country and her intention Is to vis-
it many more, including, in particular,
the more prominent women's colleges,
where she is especially anxious to re-
cruit the American. women of collegi-
ate education to the cause of suffrag-
ism. Vassar and Wellesley are to be
included in her itinerary.
Speaking of the college woman in
relation to suffragism, when interview-
ed, Miss Pankhurst said: "I thoroughly
believe that the college woman is in
a position to aid us much in the cause,
.for, armed with a higher education
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