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March 02, 1916 - Image 8

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ALL NATION REVUE

FOREIN STUDENTS TO STAGE
M1AIOTH INDOOR SPECTACLE
(Continued from V'age One
stage in the Egyptian scene, and pre-
sents a number of dances peculiar to
the people of that nation. The Dance

of the Scarab, in this scene is one of
the most diflicult of all the dances
contained in the repertoire of this
famious danseuse.
Kameyo Sadakata and Mutsu Kik-
uchi take the leading roles in the
Japanese scene, in which duelling and

tea drinking vie at holding the attn-
tion of the audience.
Iawai presents one of the most in-
teresting acts cf the whole perform-
ance, with a genuine Hula Hula led by
Helen Ely and a large band of native
hawaiian mus cians from the Ford
factory as the leading attractions.
The American Indian, in the per-
son' of C. A. Ritchie, takes the princi-
pal part in an act which for a mom-
ent throws a :ouch of sadness over
the scene. Florence Lowry, as the
beautiful Indian princess. restores the
. goed humor of the audience when

Engravin o.
Fastest Engravers in the West

porting cast. Grover will sing the
song from which the act receives its
title, and which is composed by Aub-
rey Stauffer who is in charge of the
production of the Revue.
Miss Inez Cose will lead the girls'
glee club in a series of French num-
bers entitled "The Spell of the Mar-
sellaise." These songs will be inter-
woven with a plot in which warfare
and mother love are rival strands.
Tin German Soldiers Drill
Militarism runs rampant in the Ger-
man scene, which is laid in Nuren-
burg, the toy shop of the world. Here,
the toy soldiers come to life for a
period and drill under the guidance
of their tiny commander until a fairy
again reduces them to wooden beings.
Albertina Rasch again takes the
center of the stage in the Russian

scene, in which she executes a Polish
and several Slavic dances.
Present Comlletely Equipped Harem
Miss Vena Marsh will share honors
with Zanelli in the Turkish act, in
which Zanelli takes the part of the
Sultan, with Miss Marsh as his fav-
orite dancer. A large chorus asists
in the depiction of the Turkish Harem,
which is here presented with extreme
faithfulness.
Miss Dorothy Conger, asisted by a
chorus of six child dancers from De-
troit, will present a series of classic
Greek dances in the act devoted to
the Athenian kingdom. At the close
of this act, -umanity, with his hand-
maidens, again takes the center of
the stage, bringing the theme to a
close with all men more closely unit-
ed in the common bond of love.

Photo engraving by every process
Designs aud illustrations

Miss Helen Seelye, as Mirth

Day and Night Serbice

Humaulty's handmaiden
to bring back the long
of the Red Man.

Hope arrives
lost heritage

MI

Journal Buildin
Main 1491
is Bertha Crowley, as Beauty

Zaaelli Sings in Spanish Act
The wonderful tenor voice of Car-
los Zanelli appears at its best in the
Spanish act, in which this gifted young
Spaniard appears as the musical
Senor, who falls in love with the street
singer, Alberta Rasch.
Modern music. fun and dance has
its turn in the scene by Great Britain
entitled "Mr. Bull of Lcndon Town."
Frank Grover, as Mr. Bull, leads in
the fun making with a large sup-

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