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MUSIC AND DRAMA
Ladies Quartet Concert,.
On Friday evening of this week, a
most interesting complimentary recital
will be given at 8:00 p. m. by members
of the vocal faculty, the Ladies' Quar-
tet, consisting of the following teach-
ers: Ada Grace Johnson, first soprano;
Ethel Smurthaite, second soprano;
Jessie Dicken Reed, first alto; Nora
Crane Hunt, second alto. These four
musicians are all well known in Ain
Arbor, having appeared under most
favorable circumistanccs from time to
time. Appended is the program for
the evening:
Quartets:
(A) There's One That I Love Dear-
ly ..................... H awley
(b) To Thee Silent One .. Stanley
(c) Spring Song.........Hawley
Ada Grace Johnson, Ethel Smurth-
waite
Jessie Dicken Reed, Nora Crane Hunt.
(a) The Blood-Red Ring.....
.Coleridge-Taylor
(b) My Little Love .......Hawley
(c) Haunt of the Witches..Cassard
Miss Hunt.

been taken to avoid offense to the most
exacting churchmen and at the same
time to embody the essentials of suc-
cessful drama. Interest in the action
is well sustained and the story beau-
tifully told. The Christian spirit is
very strong, and the success of the
play has proven that a fervent relig-
ious drama has even more chance of
public approval than a play of the
so-called questionable nature. None
of its predecessors in the religious
field have been so impressive or de-
pended so little on theatrical clap-
trap as "The Light Eternal."
31ajestic Theater.
Adelaide Herrmann comes to the
Majestic theater tonight for an en-
gagement of three days only. Vaude-
ville patrons will have the pleasure
of seeing Madame Herrmann in an en-
,tirely new act of mystery and illusion,
and also in a new role. She appears
this year as famous Cagliostro, "The
Master of Magic." Cagliostro was
always an enigma, and will so remain.
Madame Herrmann has introduced
many new and novel features for the
entertainment of vaudeville, among
which are "The Merry Widow," "The
Mystic Tea Chest," "Electrocution"
and "The Phantom Bride."

Three Performa
Saturday, Ap
Saturday M
THE LIGHT
The Most Thrilling, Gr
Portrayal of a Reli
stage has el
Prices : 25c, 50c, 75c, $1

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ent indications assure its app(
during the early part of next
It is dedicated to Dean Henry (
of the law department.
Although similar to last year
ber in the binding and general
ance, this year's Michiganensi
tains an increase of about fift:
of reading matter and photc
The likeness in binding is thi
of an attempt at attaining uni
in all future, editions for wh
managers have established a pr
by adopting the pattern of las
Michiganensian. It is expected
example will be followed by tli
agers of future issues.

Trio:

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The Spring Has Come .......W
isses Johnson, Smurthwaite, ai
Hunt.
(Violin Obligato by Miss Sadler.)

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HOLDI PRELININARY TENNIS
HATCHES THiS AFTERNOON.
With no Old i1en on the Team Chances
For New Blood Are Ex-
cellent.

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Aria:
''Dich theure Halle". (Tanhauser)
.Wagner
Miss Smurthwaite.
Quartets:
(a) Ave Maria ... . . . . Brahms
(b) Liebes Liede 01. 52, Nos. 1
and 3.................. Bralims
Misses Johnson, Smurthwaite, Hunt,
and Mrs. Reed.
Recitation and Aria:
Alla Stella confidente . . . .Robande
Mrs. Reed.
(Violin Obligato by Miss Sadler.)
Aria:
"Ah, for's e l'ui" (LaTraviata) ....
.Verdi
Miss Johnson.
Quartets:
(a) Song of the Seasons ..Hawley
(b) Good Night ........Goldberg
Misses Johnson, Smurthwaite, Hunt,
and Mrs. Reed.
Miss Nellie Goucher at the piano.

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Acting Captain B. F. Thorward of
che tennis team has issued a call for
candidates and the preliminary match-
es will start this afternoon, weather
permitting. As none of the old tennis
men are in school this year the 1912
team will be composed entirely of new
material, and a large number of men
will no doubt be on hand at Ferry
field this afternoon. As the first match
is scheduled for May 4, it will be nec-
essary to play off the preliminaries in
short order to pick a team for that
date and Capt. Thorward proposes to
have every man meet every other as
far as possible.
The following matches have been
arranged on the schedule:
Oberlin at Ann Arbor, May 4.
A four days' trip through Ohio will
be made by the team where they will
hold matches with the following
,chools: Oberlin, May 15; Worces-
er, May 16; Kenyon, May 17 and Ohio
State, May 18.
Additional matches are being ar-
ranged for and will be announced lat-
er.
During Spring vacation the courts at
Ferry field were worked over and
were in excellent condition before yes-
terday's rain.
1TRLE SPRAYI NGSTILL GOES
ON; REEF OFF TilE GRASS!

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CONSIDER RADIUATION UNITS
BUT POSTPONE ALL ACTI4
Revision of the graduation requi
ments was the subject of discuss
at the faculty meeting held in the
ministration building last nig
At all of its mectings si

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'The 'Light EternaL"
A gen rous neasure of public ap-
proval has been extended to "The
Light Eternal," the big spectacular
religious drama, which comes to the
New Whitney theater Friday and Sat-
urday, April 1-20, Saturday matinee.
The play will be given here with the
same excellent cast and magnificent
scenic equipment that has made it one
of the biggest successes of recent
years. The staging is especially ela
orate and bears the stamp of the ac-
tor-manager, Henry Miller. Care has

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We believe that the doubting man, or the man who lacks te-
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Spraying of trees which was started
on the campus about two weeks ago is
still being carried on by the workmen.
Soft maplesare being sprayed for the
San Jose scale and the elms for the
cystor shell scale. A solution of lime
mnd sulyhur is being applied and pe-
destrians in the vicinity of the spraying
apparatus should take great care as
the fine particles of the preparation
will spoil clothing when they come in
contact with it. A request by Super-
intendent of Grounds Marx is that the
students do as much as possible on
their part in the cleaning up of the
grounds and giving the campus a pleas-
ing appearance by keeping off the
grass. In spite of the many opportun-
ities for saving time by taking a short
cut across some portion of the lawn,
if all would bear in mind the resulting
loss in grass with each of such trips,
the campus would come to have a
much better appearance.
MICIGIAIENSIAN SCHEDULED
TO APPEAR EARLY FN )IAY.
The printing of the 1912 Michiganen-
sian was started yesterday and pres-

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