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January 19, 1913 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

MUSIC AND DRAMA.

THEATRICAL CIRCLES.

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ing Sale

'e are giving 25 percent discount on our entire
tock of Men's Suits and Overc6ats. This in-
ludes ull our famous Stein-Bloch Clothing
which is so well and favorably known.
We have received another large shipment
f our $10.00 Mackinaw.

enschmitt, Apfel

& Co.=

The Place to Buy
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Announcement.
The Daily wishes to innounce that
reviews of the college musical and
dramaite events will no longer be pub-
lished through the week. Instead,
there will be in The Daily of each Sun-
day a review of the week, under the
heading "Music and Drama."
The Symphony Orchestra.
The University orchestra, under the
direction of Samuel Lockwood, gave
its second concert of the season last
Monday evening in the High School
hall, with Miss Marian Struble and
Harrison Stevens as soloists. The or-
chestra has received much praise in
former years from music lovers for its
fine sincerity and devotion to the study
of good music. It has remained for
the two excellent concerts this year
to prove what attainments an organi-
zation of earnest amateurs can reach
under the direction of so accomplished
and thorough a musician as Mr. Lock-
wood.
Of course, to say that these attain-
ments do not reach perfection is su-
perfluous, when one remembers that
the members of the orchestra are most-
ly, students of their instruments, and
the rehearsals are possible only once
in; each week. Their performance is
naturally then, sometimes even pain-
fully rough and untrue. But in gener-
al, they play with a precision and fin-
ish truly remarkable, and with a spirit,
above all, which makes their concerts
unfailingly enjoyable. And they give
us always only the best of orchestral
music. The credit of this attainment
rests with each individual member of
the organization.
The purely orchestral part of Mon-
day's program was but little, as each
of the soloists contributed a concerto.
There was a charmingly gay and pret-
ty work of Mozart, the overture to
"Der Shauspieldirektr,"a little-known
comedy. In execution, it was true in
ensemble, and very fluent; and in in-
terpretation, spirited and spontaneous.
The Elgar Serenade for the strings
alone, in three gem-like little move-
ments, was beautiful, and in the play-
ing finely expressive.
Miss Struble gave the Bruch G. min-
or concerto with good effect, display-
ing a smooth and pleasing tone in le-
gato, and much ease and brilliance in
the bravour passages. Miss Struble
is still very young, but her perform-
ance the other evening demonstrated
that she has passed beyond the stage
of the prodigy, and has begun to ful-
fill the promise she has made for some
years. In many aspects of the violin-
ist's art, she is already approaching
maturity; her playing has the accent
and flow of real feeling.
Mr. Stevens played that stupendous,
almost symphonic concerto of Brahms,
the D minor opus 15. In dignity and
breadth of conception, in technical vir-
tuosity, and in the rich sohority of
his tonal effects, Mr. Stevens scaled
heights he has not before attained. For
the orchestra, the intricacies of the
Brahms harmonic and formal struct-
ure were somewhat beyoud their pow-
er, but on the whole it was admirably
done.
Miss Hamilton's Recital.
Miss Frances Louise Hamilton of
the school of music faculty gave a pi-
ano recital Wednesday evening at the
school. Miss Hamilton's playing was
characterized by a fine virility, togeth-
er with much delicacy and finish.
These qualities were perfectly seen in
her beautiful performance of the Bee-
thoven Opus 22. The Macdowell Etude
which closed the program was bril-
liantly given, and the encores were so
numerous that a repetition was neces-

sary. Miss Hamilton is a pupil of the
Lhevinnes in Berlin.
I SABBATH SUGGESTIONS.
First Congregational church. Ser-
vice at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. Frank M.
Sheldon will preach on "Shall We
Form Lives or Reform Them?"
Sunday school at 11:45. Young Peo-
ple's Meeting at 6:30 o'clock.

LOST WHAT?
-0-
Was it Valuable?
Was it Serviceable?
Do you miss it?
Would you like to find it?
The little busy two-bita
goes into nearly every hoeu
Ann Arbor. The chance to
it means the use of the adle
TRY THE MICHIGAN DA
WANT AD COLUMN.
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Xaudr Adams Tomorrow.
The determination of Charles Froh-
man and of Maude Adams to revive
Barrie's fairy play, "Peter Pan," this
season was by no means a sudden one.
Miss Adams spent the entire summer
going over the details of the produc-
tion and selecting the people who ap-
pear in it. The rehearsals were long
and arduous for much depends on how
the work is done. The players must
feel that everything is real in Barrie's
fantastical land of Make Believe. Miss
Adams.makes her production of the
play at the Whitney theater on Mon-
day, January 20.
At the Majestie.
Both the tall and the short, with
"est" added, come to the Majestic this
week, in "Jack, the Giant-killer." The
long man in the skit is one Auger, the
tallest man in the show business, and
he is assisted by another comedian on
the exact reverse of the measuring
tape. Mr. Auger ascends the atmos-
phere some seven feet. Joseph Bern-
ard, just off the big circuits, presents
the one .act farce "A Newly Married
Man." Along with these two star acts,
will come a balance of a bill fully up
to the standard. Usual matinees will
be given throughout the week.

During the Long, Cozy Winter Nights, take
Flashlights
They are easy to make and I don't mind telling you how.
Fireside pictures are especially easy. Drawing in my win-
dow tells you all about it.
Developing Printing
by the tank method, used by by expert workmen, modern

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lishments,10c per roll. washed.
Enlargements

, best grades paper,
operly 'fixed a n d
Popular prices.

Try it at 613 Liberty St.
Hoppe's Forme Store

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Home Made Candy

Light Lunches

My method of enlarging produces 'excellent results from
ordinary amateur negatives. Popular prices.
LYNDON Established 1905
.O 719 N. University
Say Fellows, have you tried
MAC'S" CrackerJa

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ALL FLANNEL SHIRTS'
t in LINE and STOCK UP ON SHIRTS; a saving
to you of from
mts to 70 cents Per Garment

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE..
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
& Son's Music House.
We sharpen all makes of safety razor
blades. H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State.
tf
We can give you the best service on
strings for all Musical Instruments.
Griinell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.
tf
The largest and finest stock in the.
city. Goodyear's Drug Store. 3 tf
The best shoe shine next to Wag-
ner's. eod tf
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri

Putting It Over
The man who can put it over is the man always
I in demand. He is the one who makes the
team-who gets 'a scholarship-who makes
swift progress toward a brilliant career. He
sees the importance of right living as applied
to his ambitions. That is-rational exercise
and proper food.
is Shedded: Wheat
s a body-building, brain-building natural food.
It should be included.
in the diet of every
student, athlete, brain-
worker and muscle-
worker - because it
supplies needed nerve-
power. Heat to make
crisp.
Serve with milk -
or cream. Or,
with fr es h or
canned fruits./
I THE SHREDDED
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Niagara Falls, N. Y.
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342 S. State St.

Maynard Street

Building

Across from Majestic

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Music

higan Song Books, 90c
OUR Telephone 716-
RM CLOCKS and you will get to yo it classes on time
ys right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
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Wanted-Two tickets for Maude Ad-
ams Monday night. Phone 1599-L
immediately. Will pay well for
them. 80
Wanted-Roomers for 1 large double
room and 1 single room. 432 May-
nard. Student management. 80-1-2
Wanted-Two tickets for Monday ev-
ening at Whitney theater. Call 71-L
2-R between 11:00-1:00 today. 80
FOUND
Found-Jewel scarf pin in Waterman
gym on Friday evening. Owner can
have same by calling at 1145 Wash-
tenaw. J. C. Kiny. 80
Exebanged-A rubber for the left foot
at French soiree marked 9 1-2 M on
bottom. Please call Daily office. 80

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January, Clothing Sale
The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
to Clothing Buyers
Sale commences Monday, January 6th, and will continue for the
next thirty (30Q days.

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$15.00 Suit or Overcoat, $11.25

18.00

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$25.00 Suit or Overcoat, $18.75

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Odd Trousers atSA Big Reduction

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Reasonable Prices
Prompt Service and
Good Workmanship.

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