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March 07, 1912 - Image 4

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Vocal Historical Recital.
For pure beauty of musial expres-
sion no songs in the entire library of
vocal literature excell, and few rival
the lieder of Schubert and Schumann.
Nowhere else. in the smaller forms of
composition is the union of poetry and
music so complete as in the songs of
these masters of vocal writing. While
both these men wrote separate songs
that are immortal, yet it is in their
song cycles that their inspirations
found fullest expression.
For the program yesterday after-
noon, sixteen of the most interesting
songs from the best known cycles of
Schubert and Schumann were selected.
To the interpretation of them, Mr.
Howland brought all the refinements
of the art of singing of which he is
master. Specifically, we wish to note
the varying qualities and colors of tone
employed and the sinking of the sing-
er's personality into the intensification
of the poetry and melody. The aver-
age artist'pays little attention to such
seemingly minor points in lieder sing-
ing; and it was just these details that
made for the greater enjoyment of the
program by the audience.
Songs of "Louisiana Lou."
No other musical comedy produced
in recent years has contained so many
proved musical hits as "Louisiana
Lou," which will be given here on Sat-
urday, March 9, matinee and night, in
the New Whitney theater, by Harry
Askin's special company. 319,000 cop-
ies of the various songs have been sold
It is a surprising fact that more than
20,000 copies of this number were sold
in England. More than 100,000 were
of the great ballad in Act II, "My RoseE
of the Ghetto;" while 62,000 were of
the serenade and dance in Act II,
"Louisiana Lou, My Lou."
Apart from the copies of songs, the
orchestra arrangements have beent
sold in immense quantities; so have1
the dance-arrangements more thanl
50,000 of which were sold in December,.
The publishers say that they are al-..
ready in receipt of orders from Europe
and this country for brass-band ar-
rangements.
Engineers to Dabble in Debate
"Resolved that the United States
government should take over the tel-
ephone lines and operate them in con-
junction with the postal system" will
be the subject for debate at the next
meeting of the engineering society de-
bating section. These meetings are
held each Tuesday night, and every
engineer is invited to attend and par-
ticipate in the discussions.
Dr. de Nancrede Improves Steadily.
Dr. Charles B. de Nancrede, who1
has been confined to the hospital at2
the Johns Hopkins university as thet
result of an operation, is reported to
be steadily improving and it is now
hoped that he will be able to return
to Ann Arbor some time during the
week.'
Hold Last Fischer Party Tonight.
The last of the series of Fischer
parties arranged for this year will be
held at Granger's this evening. The
dance will be informal. A few tickets
may be purchased at the door by
those wishing to attend.I

"A Wonderful Show"-flay
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A' Musical Trip to the lea
By Addison Burkhardt, Frederick Donaglhe and Be
Presented by the Following Players:
Mr. Victor Morley, Mis Mae Taylor, Mr. Samuel Liebert,
Gxeorge errels. Mr. Thomas (%C. iery. Mliss A ngelina Ros
Powell Martin, Miss Helen Wilon, Mr. Lew Christy.
SINGING, DANCING, -LOOKING CHORUS IN
Prices: Matinee, 50, 75, S1. Night, 50, to $1.50 Sea
Preformances, Thursday. March 7. 10 a.n
important-Owing to Timnensity of Producton and Leng
Curtain will Rise Promptly at 2:15 at the Matinee a
Eveni .g. Carriages and Motors at 5:0 P.M. and

VICTOR MORLEY
in the Musical Sucoess
LOVISIANA LOV
At the New Whitney, Saturday, March 9
Matinee and Night
"Dan" Lane Weds in New York.
Word has been received here of the
marriage of Winthrop D. Lane, '09, to
Miss Margaret Johnson last Monday in
New York City. Lane is a member of
the staff of Survey, a sociological jour-
nal with headquarters in that city.
WIle in the university he was on the
staff of The Michigan Daily anid a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma
Delta Chi.
Shaw Recovers and Leaves Hospital,
Frank. E. Shaw, business manager
of the Michiganensian, who was oper-
ated on for frontal sinus at the
Homeopathic Hospital three weeks ago,
has been discharged from that insti-
tution. Shaw recovered quickly from
the operation and is now in good phys-
ical condition.
Secretary Smith Visits Detroit.
University business called Secretary
Shirley Smith to Detroit yesterday.
While there he had a conference with
Regent H. C. Bulkley on matters per-
taining to the university.

New Whitney
Sat urda y, March 9 Mat!
The La Salle Opera House Co. (Inc.), I
ing Director, Makes Known the World'
Musical Comedy
Louiian

.May Festival
Reserve
The sale of reserved seat tickets for the r
Monday morning, March 4, at eight o'clock, at
Music, in accordance with the following sch,
turn their regular course tickets; otherwise
the prices given below.
Monday, March 4, to Saturday, flarch 9, inch
Monday, March 11, to the Festival, $3.00 ext
Monday, larch 18 to Friday, 'larch 22, in
extra.
Saturday, larch 23, to Festival, $2.00 or $3.
Monday, I'larch 25, to Friday, tlarch 29, is
$3.00 extra.
Saturday, March 30, to the Festival, $1.00, $

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IUNIVE

NOTICES

next morni

Alpha Nu Banquet tonight at 6:00,
Michigan Union.
Soph engineer basketball team re-
port at gym at 6:45 tonight.
Meeting of Gargoyle business staff
Thursday p. m. at 5 o'clock.
Philip Morrs

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'spring neckwear is also at your disposal, and we venture to say that we can
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