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March 09, 1912 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-03-09

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Faculty Recital.
Miss Ethel Smurthwaite and Louis
Cogswell of the School of Music facul-
ty gave a joint recital last evening in
Frieze Memorial hall. The hall was
well filled with an audience which evi-
denced enthusiastic appreciation of a
really fine and enjoyable program.
Miss Smurthwaite brings to her
singing not only a finely-tempered
voice of beautiful quality, but an inti-
mate feeling for the spirit of her
songs. Mr. Cogswell's voice is roman-
tic in coloring, with fullness and depth
of tone; and he sings with much sym-
pathy. The solo and duet numbers
were equally well given; and the ac-
companists performed effectively their
part of a delightful evening.

FIFTREN YEARS AGO TODAY.
The Michigan Law Journal made its
second appearance.
Twenty-three men were practicing
for the junior baseball team.
The senior laws discovered a junior
in their midst at a class meeting and
ejected him bodily.
TWPNTY YEARS AGO TODAY.
The first outdoor baseball practice
of the season was held on the campus.
The junior law class, on account of
a dispute with the'management of the
Michiganensian, decided to issue a sep-
arate law department annual.
Student Called Home by Death.
J. M. Gambell, a senior medic, from
Marion, Ill., was called home yester-
day on account of his sister's death.
Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
night for the next morning's issue. tf
Whoever picked up notes and Frog
text-book, etc., in Economics Bldg.,
Thursday by mistake-please call 1590-
J, or leave at Quarry's Drug Store im-
mediately. 112

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