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THE MICRIGAN -DALLY:
r -FO RMULTE PLANS' '
IFORSTAGING OPERA

Students and Faculty

Reckless Recklau & Co.

Comedy and Cycle and Skating Novelty
Act will be at the

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If Auditorium Is Made Use of, Only
Two Shows Will Be
Presented
CAST TRY OUTS TO MEET MONDAY
Plans for a satisfactory frame and
enclosure, to be used in staging the
1915 Union opera, in Hill auditorium,
are now being worked out, by an en-
gineer in the employ of the commit-
tee. When the regents granted the
use of the big hail,-they did so with
the stipulation that the arrangements
for converting the present platform
into a theater stage be approved by
the buildings and grounds committee,
of which Regent W. L. Clements, of.
Bay City, is chairman.
If the proper structure can be erect-
ed, a stage opening, ten feet wider
than, and the same depth as, the Whit-
ney stage, will be possible. The wings
will have the same amount of room
as the Whitney. One difficulty that
may, present itself is the problem of
acoustics. With a covering over the
present stage, the sounding properties
of the building may . be disturbed.
Whether or not this is to be the case,
will be known within a few days.
By using the auditorium instead of
the Whitney, it will only be neces-
sary to stage two shows, in place of
the five formerly given. Everyone
can be accommodated on Friday night
or Saturday afternoon, the. two per-
formances which have always been
most popular in the past. In the
case of an exceptionally heavy demand
for seats, a Saturday night show will
be added,
The first active move in the prep-
aration of the opera for production,
wi ll -be the meeting at 7:00 o'clock
Monday night, for all members of the
Union who are interested in trying out
for cast parts. Instructions will be
given, and the date for actual tryouts
PRAISES GIGANTIC
MEETINGOF, BOYS
J. Van Dis Says Gathering Will Be
Largest and Most Notable
of Its Kind,
HOPE FOR ATTENDANCE OF 2,000

Leopold Stokowski, and the Phila-
delphia Orchestra, will be the attrac-
tion of the Pre-Festival Choral Union
Series concert, on Monday night, De-
cember 2. This will mark the sec-
ond appearance of the_ Philadelphia
Orchestra in Ann Arbor, and it is safe
to say that the profound impression
which they made last year, will be
repeated on this occasion. Mr. Sto-
kowski as well as the 85 members of
his band, provedtheir excellent musi-
cian ship last year.
This year the program will offer
wider variety, in that Mr. Theodore
Harrison, baritone, will appear as so-
loist, offering two Arias.
In order that the general public
may have the opportunity of studying
the orchestral numbers in advance,
the full program is published at bhis
early date:
Overture, "LeNozze di Figaro" ....

Showing every night and Saturday
Matinee.
Madam Recklau bears the reputa-
tion of being one of the world's great-
esat Lady skaters.

COLISEUM ROLLER RINK

Class Skating

A

Madam Recklau instru'cts skating to
all free between the hours of 7:30 and
8:00 P. M.

Admission,Ie

Skates, iSc

Checklpg Free.

For One Week

Beginning Nov. 30 to Dec. 5

CAFETERIA
Orens Cafeteria

CABINET MAKERS
Stanger Furniture Co.
Martin Haller

CONFECTIONERS
Busy Bee
Crest
Sugar Bowl
J. A. Trubey

CARPETS AND RUGS
Martin Haller
Mack & Co.
Stanger Furniture Co.
CRINA AND GLASSWARE
Dean & Co.;
J. L. Chapman
J. B. Eibler
Haller Jewelry Co.
Arnold Jewelry Co.
Mack & Co:
Schlanderer & Seyfried

LEOPOLD S TOKOWSKI,
conductor of the Philadelphia Orches tra, who will appear in Hill Audito.

rium on December 2.

Special values in Mackinaws at Al-

CIDER MFGS.
Hill

........Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Aria, "Hal gia vinto la causa"
....Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
from "Le Nozze di Figaro".,... .
Theodore Harrison
Symphony No. 8, in F, Op. 93 .....
..........Ludwig van Beethoven
I. Allegro vivace e con brio
II. Allego scherzando
III. Menuetto 9 trio
IV. Finale. Allegro vivace
(a) Legend from the "Kalevale"
"The Swan of Tuonela" Op. 22
(b) Valse Triste.......Jean Sibelius
(c) Tone Poem "Finlandia" Op. 26
Aria, "Vision Fugitive" from Herod-
iade....... . . .Jules Massenet
Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 1...... ..
... .. . Franz Liszt
522 will bring a l0xi.s Taxi to
your door at any hour. tf

len's Good Clothes Store-Main Street.
For Musical Instrumehts of Every
Description, Victrolas and Edison Di-
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHAE-
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod Wed
Carter's "The Lion's Bride" Is the
most wonderful illusion ever produced.
University Ave. Pharmacy. Eastman
Films all sizes. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy. Fountain
Pens and Student Supplies.ft
Carter the Magician will have the
biggest act ever at the Majestic.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO, RETAIL
Dean & Co.
Huston Brots.
El E. Calkins
J. A. Trubey
Blue Front
Quarry Drug Co.
Mack Drug Co.
Mann Drug Co.
Univ. Ave. Pharmacy
Students' Supply Store
I. F. Schleede'
Tuttle
Bancroft
CLEANERS AND PRESSERS
F. L. Hall
0. K. Tailor Shop
A. F. Marquardt
Fuller & O'Conner
C. Y. Kidd
CLOTHES
Frank H. Allen
Wagner
Fred Gross
Wild & Co.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.
Tinker
Varsity Toggery
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
Henry & Co.
Wadhams & Co.
J. F. Wuerth
Fuller & O'Conner
Marquardt
Malcolm
Factory Hat Store
Burchfield
Flanders
Fred A. Myle
WAM. Dieterle, Detroit
Jordon, Detroit

"With the opening session of the
Boy's conference in Hill auditorium,,
the largest and most notable assembly
of this kind ever held, will commence,"
said Mr. J. A. Van Dis, state boys'
work secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
when interviewed last night.
"Considering the prominent speak-
ers who will be present, and the scale
on which the work will be carried,
this gathering is of national signifi-.
cence. Annual conferences, of like
nature, are held in nearly every state
in the Union, but these seldom attract
more than from 200 to 500 boys.
The gathering at Saginaw, last year,
was attended by 1,048 young men,
while we expect to double the num-
ber at this conference.
"The purpose of these meetings is
to bring together the representative
boys from all over the state, and in-
spire them with higher ideals of mor-
ality and service. The main topic un-
der discussion is, "The Call to Leader-
ship." In addition to the national
speakers, some 40 boys will appear on
the program as speakers, while about
100 will appear in other roles.
"The young men who have been sent
as delegates are from 15 to 20 years
of age. They represent high school,
boy scout, and Y.M.C.A. organizations
of various kinds,* so their influence
will probably reach the greater part of
the older boy population of the state.
"In line with the influence which
university students can exert on the
boys, it may be pointed out that many
of the boys expect to attend colleges,
and if they carry back wholesome
ideas of university life, it will be a
splendid thing for Michigan. Boys are
apt to imitate older college stdents,
and therefore it is very desirale that
they see university life at its best.'
Carter the Mysterious carries a car-
load of paraphernalia.
University Ave. Pharmacy, Drugs
and Toilet Articles. tf
Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. tf
Carter the Great American Magie-
Ian will soon be at he Majestic.
Call 522 for Holmes Taxi, Limou-
sine or carriage. 522. tf
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Carter the Magician will have
guessing at the Majestie.

you

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More than a chair, for the Erskine is chair, desk and studio, so
ingeniously constructed and combined that every possible con-
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And the Urskine is built to stay; solid quartered oak is used throughout,
with upholstering of best Spanish leather;,and metal parts and trimmings
of very highest quality.
Ask to see this new kind of study room furniture.
(FIRST fLOOR-FURNITURE HALL)
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