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January 21, 1915 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

inuary Clearin
...SALE .. .
Deuble amount of Free Piauo Certificates with each purchase-.

Have you begun to save your cash register
coupons for the Pennsy trip next fall?
Remember the person holding the greatest
total gets a ticket both ways, and two next high-
est get one way tickets. Now is the time to start
saving them. Ask your friends to start saving
them for you. , ,F,

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e still have a nice
assortment of stiff hats which we are
closing out, some quarter off, some one
third off, some half price.

25%
25%
10%

on Mackinaws
"< Raincoats & Balmacaansu
all winter SuitingsTrousings
and Overcoatings.

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DRESS SUITS TO RENT
J. K. MALCOLM
604 East Liberty Street. Maleolm Block

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For Twelve Years
The Sign of Satisfaction

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Alwayswth NewStyles First

DAVID BISPHAM TO
Prof. A. A. Stanley Says Possibly No
Other Singer Has Done
So More Fully
Than He
UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A. BRINGS
FORMER CHORAL UNION ARTISTj
Since Last Visit Sings in Metropolitan
Opera Company and in
Vaudeville
"I have learned with great pleasure
that David Bispham is to be heard
again in Ann Arbor. Possibly no sing-
er has gladdened audiences more fully
than he, and his art is so finishedthat
he sings as naturally as a bird. His
interpretations are those of a serious
minded man, who is a greater artist
because he is a great man. I only
hope that a large audience will greet
him, for not to hear him is a distinct
privation," said Prof. Albert A. Stan-
ley, of the school of music, yesterday,
of the concert to be given by Mr. Bis-
pham on the evening of January 30 in
the high school auditorium, under thel
auspices of the university Y. W. C. A.
Local interest in Mr. Bispham's ap-
pearance will be heightened by the
fact that several years ago he sang in
a number of Choral Union concerts.
Those who heard him then remark up-
on his striking personality, as well as
his beautiful baritone voice.
Since his last visit to Ann Arbor,
Mr. Bispham's career has been a
checkered one, but remarkably sue-
cessful. After singing with the Met-
ropolitan Opera company of New
York, and at the Royal Opera, Covent
Garden, London, he has appeared in
opera in practically every large city
of the world. With his return frown
a trip to Australia, he entered upon a
several month's engagement on the
vaudeville stage. Immediately after
his vaudeville tour, he was honored
with the degree of D)octor of Laws, by
the college from which he gradu-
ated."During the past 12 months, with
335 ,concerts to his credit, lie has sung
before half a million persons:
Tickets for the concert are on sale
at the desk at the Union for 75 cents.
In view of the restricted size
of the auditorium and t h e
drawing powers of the singer, the
management is confident that the
pasteboards will hold out for a few
days only, so it has suggested that
those of a musical bent will do well in
securing their seats as soon as possi-
ble.

BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
--where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. . Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
your.. Dinner or after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and 1o to 12.30. ,Delightful
music - orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at

118 E. Huron St.

Near Allenel Hotel

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Bostonian Footwear
C a 6l StateStreet ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES

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JACOB MA K, Manager
H AWAIIAN SIMG ERS ANI ThANCERS
('OMlN( TO MIAJ E TI C TII URSI) Y

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Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.

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All Caps half price.

WEINBERG'S

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ENTRANCE AT

TENNIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES

725 S. 5th Avenue
Corner Hill'

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PLAYING--ADAlLY MATINEE

TNLURSDAY-fRIDAY-SAU AY JANUA
NIGHTS 7:30 and 9:00 MATINEES 3:00 DAILY
SENSATIONAL HAWAIIAN "HLJLA HULA" DANCER
Assisted by ler Own Natire nost rumnentaists

The Messrs Shubert Presents
The Eminent Character Actor

Louis

Bann

RANOLA
OF THE SLACK WIRE

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ROSE GARDEN GAINS & BROWN
A PRETTY GIRL AND A PIANO Late Stars of 'Darktown Follies'

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The Mammoth Comedy Hit
"HERBERT LLOYD" The King of Diamonds
Assisted by His Own Company of Four Girls

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BUBBLE

(A most humorous play in 3 acts)
By EDWARD LOCKE
other successful plays such as"The
"The Case of Becky."

The Author of

Climax" and

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Presenting a three-part musical pro-
gram, the twelfth annual concert of
the Girl's Glee club, of Ohio State
University, was given last week, at
the university chapel. The well bal-
anced program was enthusiastically
received by the large audience.
-0-
Charles Brickley, the Harvard foot-
ball star, has been forced -to give up
all field activities on account of his
operation for appendicitis last fall.
His parents object to his engaging in
baseball.
Only 30 men have turned out for
track practice at Yale, wnere vigorous
efforts are being made by the author-
ities to arouse a greater interest
4mongthe student body in indoor
track work.

When the moonlight shines on the
shimmering bay of Ilonolula Thursday
matinee at the Majestic "Toots Paka,"
the Hawaiian beauty, will introduce to
Ann Arbor the "Hula Hula" dance.
This dance is considered one of the

MAIN FLOOR PRICES BALCONY
1st 13 Rows, 360 seats - - at $1.50 1st 4 Rows, 120 seats - - at $1.00
Last 8 Rows, 232 seats - - at $1.00 Balance 9 Rows, 297 seats - - .75e
GALLERY 0c.

1Ices on. Sale Wednesday

- - Mail Orders Now

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most unique which has been brought to
America from the far East.
It is danced with the wrist, shoul-
der, body, arms, and legs; the eyes,
toes and the head even have much to
do with it. Five Hawaiian singers play-
ing weird instruments will accompany.
since the presentation of "The Bird
of Paradise" in most of the cities,
Ann Arbor people have not had an
opportunity to witness such an eihibi-
tion of the oriental dances. Coming as
this does soon after the Russian
dancing of Pavlowa this will give peo-
ple here an oportunity to compare the
two kinds. Three performances will be
given each day starting Thursday
matinee, January 21, and continuing
through Saturday night at the Majestic.

HERBERT LLOYD'S CIRLS
LADIES SOUVENIR MATINEE FRIDAY

uy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's, Buy your Mazda lamps at
S. Sate. tf 310 S. Sate.

Swtzer's,
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PopMat's GA Week Jan. 18
Wed. at. fl ut Nights
25c. t $1:&.0)0 25c. to $1.50
_________DETROIT
H. H. FRAZEE Preseuts
A air o Sixes
with Ralph Herz
One Year in New York Six-'Months in Chicago

F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 2226
PRESSING an .lisled For
. ndDelvered

EGoUlEdEEnsC FriYc Special
WE QUOTE 'THESE LOW PRICES FOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 22:

NO LOSS BY FIRE

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Skirts, Cleaned and Pressed - - - - -
Regular price, 75c up
Dresses (Plain Sans Train) eaned and Pressed -
Regular price $1.50 up
ABOVE PRICES IF WORK( IS ACCOMPANIED BY THIS ADVERTISEMENT

50c

BO KS
THE CON-PROOF KIND
AT
"THE OLY'

$1.00

Phone 1890-1891

Cleaners, Dyers, Pressers
220 S. State St.,

udents' Supply Store
I S. Univ. Ave. Opp. ng. Arch. L. C. SCHLEI

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