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April 01, 1915 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Groups in America.
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OPERA HAS SMOOTH
FIRST PRODUCTION
(Continued from page 1)
young lawyer; L. E. Hughes, '16E, as
Dorothy Jordan; H. H. Springstun,
'17, as Tom Reilly, the rival of Everett
LeFevre; M. F. Dunne, '17L, as the
taxi driver; and W. J. Goodwin, '16L,
as the colored chair pusher, are de-
serving of especial commendation.
Honors are due the chorus as it was
one of the best gowned and most
graceful of Union operas. The pony
chorus probably did the best work and
they proved captivating when gowned
in the latest bathing suit creations in
the second act.
"Two Minutes of Dialect" by E. G.
Hildner, '17, and E. F. Bankey, '17,
drew the most applause of the special-
ty acts. The German dialogue of the
two was clever'. Selections by Leroy
Scanlon, '16L, also were good, espe-
cially "The Dream Girl," an original
composition of Scanlon's. Thomas J.
Doyle, '15L, gave some exhibitions
of clog dancing. The only criticism
that might be offered is that the spe-
cialties did not fit in well with the
plot of the opera.
Number of Catchy Songs
All of the music was good. The
songs that will, prove to be most pop-
ular are probably, "I Want A Hero,"
"I'm the Idle of Every Town," "There
Are No Tears Or Sorrows," "That Is
on the Q. T.," and "While We Go Roll-
ing Along.'"
There is not much plot to the book
and the lines are not especially catch-
ing. What makes "All That Glitters"
the best Union opera is the music, the
acting, the gowns and the master hand
of Eugene B. Sanger, the director,
whose work can be seen throughout.
It was a typical first night audience
and the .applause was not as much as
some of the acts merited.
That those who put on the opera are
satisfied is shown by the remarks of
Director Sanger and General Chair-
man Baxter. "If you ask my opinion,"
said Mr. Sanger, "I think that the boys
did beautifully. I never have seen a
smoother first night performance.
There was snap and there was team
work. I think that Grover will be a
find and that all of the principals did
well. The audience was rather cold.
Why, a show like that would have won
much more applause at one of the
eastern colleges."
"It was the smoothest first night I
have ever seen," remarked General
Chairman Baxter after the perform-
ance. "There was not a hitch at any
time and I am well satisfied."
The gallery seats for tonight's show
and the matinee Saturday will be given
to women first, an innovation for Un-
ion operas. Practically all of the seats
for the remaining performances have
been sold.

B1 FEATURE ACT
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and Overcoats built especially for you oftfabrics
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ywhere regardless of price.
:lothes are made by the Royal Tailors, of
ago and New York, exactly as you direct,
sely to your measure.
es-$18.00, $20.00, $22.00, $25.00
mpusBootery
308 S. State Street
rs taken this week will be ready for Easter

THE NEW
DIJOD THEATRE
HOUSE OF HITS
Thurs., Fri., and Sat. Apr. 1, 2, and 3
Vaudeville and MovIes

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4 reels high class pictures changed daily
Prices 5 & 10c-2 matinees
Saturday, all seats Sc.
PURCHASE RESIDENCE FOR GUILD
Catholics Try to Raise $100,000 for
Much Needed Accommodations
Bishop E. D. Kelly took the first
step toward making the proposed
guild house for Catholic students pos-
sible, by purchasing the home of the
late Prof. G. S. Morris, of the depart-
ment of philosophy, recently. The
property is located on State street, in
the same block as the proposed new
Michigan Union club house.
About 450 students now attending
the university are Catholics. Members
of the faith, throughout the state, will
be called upon to aid in the raising of
the fund of $100,000, to be used in
erecting a students' chapel, a pastor's
residence and a reference library.
Up to the present time, students of
this denomination have been forced to
meet in St. Thomas' hall and St. Thom-
as' parish guild hall, because of lack
of accommodations.
E. A. HALSEY TO SPEAK SUNDAY
Prominent Boy Scout Leader to Talk
on Union Program
Mr. E. A. Halsey, '77, of Chicago, has
promised to speak on the afternoon
program at the Michigan Union on
Sunday. His talk will be on, "The
Boy Scouts of America."
Mr. Halsey is a volunteer helper in
the Scout work, and holds the position
of Boy Scout commissioner of Chicago.
There are 150 troops of boys under
him, aggregating 3,000 boys in all.
With several members of the Universi-
ty club of Chicago, he won considera-
ble repute a short time ago, by rais-
ing $16,000 in a three-day's campaign
for the Boy Scout work in Chicago.
The Union get-together, which is the
last before the spring holidays, is to
be marked by informality. Rudolph
Hofmann, '15, is arranging for extra
numbers.
1915 Laws Select Blazers and Emblem
Selections of blazers and of a class
emblem were made at a meeting of the
senior lawsryesterday noon. The class
memorial will be reported upon at the
meeting slated for early next week.
Canes were nearly chosen instead of
blazers, but a final ballot of 43 to 38
favored the'wearingapparel.
Societies Will Stage Party Tomorrow
Sphinx-Triangle party will take
place at 11:00 o'clock tomorrow night,
at the Union, following a supper to be
given directly after the opera perform-
ance. 'The Wright saxophone trio will
furnish the music, while Chase Sikes,
'16, and George McMahon, '16, will sing
during the intermission.
EDUCTORS REPORT
BIG REGISTRATION
(Continued from page 1)
Commentary on the Apocalypse," in
upper lecture room, Alumni Memorial
hall.
4:15 o'clock-Musical program, Hill
auditorium.
4:15 o'clock-Michigan Interscholas-
tic athletic association, room B-8, high
school.
7:00 o'clock-Reception of members
of Schoolmasters' club at the Union.

FOR
EASTER

FOR
EASTER

College & High School Week
C Opportunities aren't adver-
tised every day, neither style
shows of such magnificence
as ours. We're looking forward
to the-:attendance of all those
who haven't been here yet.
C.Special preparations have been made
for Easter week; never have you seen
better made snappier Suits and Top
Coats than will be exhibited here the
coming week all the new stylish Plaids
and Checks
Plain Blues and Greys
Coats are full silk - Alpacca 1-4 silk
and Skeleton lined - one or two Button
Vests - athletic cut; lined or skeleton;
Trousers - just the correct width.
Our Easter Specials $15.
Others $19.50 to 35.

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Matinee Friday

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