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March 25, 1916 - Image 4

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Nhitney-Mr. and Mrs. Coburn,
"The Yellow Jacket"
lajestic - Boyle Woolfolk's
inior Follies."
krcade -E. Butterfield and
bel Trunelle in "Magic Skin."

11111 two others in the world, one at Paris
UTHERAL HOIR WILL andone at Moscow. The entire pro-
"ram will be rendered in Russian,rand
I DP I N A II AlIITOR 11IH will be ecclesiastical music almost en-



Musical Organization Will
Russian Ecclesiastical


-W. S. Hart in "The

* ** ** * * * * * *
At the Whitney
ry Lauder, the famous come-
who comes to Ann Arbor Wed-
, April 5, Whitney theater,
his first appearance as an actor
legitimate shortly before he
He played the role of Geor-
ow in Graham Moffatt's "A
o' the Pen," at the Comedy
r, London, for one performance,
aid of the British Red Cross.
e Pow is a character some-
like that in Lauder's song of
aftest o' the Family," and ac-
g to press reports of the per-
ce Harry acquitted himself
1 of the skill of an actor trained
t work. He studied the part
he was ill in a private hospital
ursing home," London calls it
he was really out of his sick-
ly a few days before the per-

The choir of the Russian Cathedral
of New York will sing in Hill auditori-
um April 28. On behalf of the uni-
versity, President Harry Burns Hutch-
ins yesterday wired acceptance to an
offer to bring the choir to Ann Arbor..
Mr. Charles R. Crane, of New York
City, is financing the singers on a
tour of educational and ecclesiastical
The choir, which consists of eightl
adult soloists brought from Russia and
20 boys, will stop off here on its way toI
Chicago, where it is to appear May 1.l
The organization, which has gained
an international reputation within the
past few years, is the only one of its
kind in this country, there being but

Arrangements for the affair are
being made by Prof. A. A. Stanley, of
the University school of music, and
the concert will be conducted in the
nature of an extra number on the
complimentary Faculty Concert series.
The choir is under the direction of
Mr. Ivan T. Gorokoff, of Moscow. As
at all concerts of this series, no ad-
mission fee will be charged.
Rev. Douglas to Give Second Lecture
"In Training," the second of a series
of three sermon-lectures on "The
Problem of Life- Work" will be given
by Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas at the Con-
gregational Church at 10.30 tomor-
row morning. At 6:15 o'clock Mr.
Douglas will deliver a vesper service
Patronize The Michigan Daily Ad-
vertizers. **

Mrs. Ellen Pettee has just present-
ed to the mineralogical laboratory a
portrait of her husband, Prof. Willi-
am Henry Pettee, who, from 1875 to
1904, was professor of mineralogy,
economic geology and mineralogical
engineering in the university. Pro-
fessor Pettee was also for many years
an editor of university publications.
The portrait has been hung in the gen-
eral laboratory of the department of
minerology in the Natural Science
Summer Session Announcement Ready.
Complete announcements for the com-
ing summer session of the university
have been published, and may be ob-
tained in the office of the summer ses-
sion in University hall. They will be
on hand in all department offices at
the first of next week.


Patrunmze faily Advertizerq-.

Scene from the "Yellow Jacket," Saturday, March 2., at the Whitney



he principal charm of "The Yel-
Jacket," which will be presented
the Whitney Theater twice to-
, will be found to be in the art-
ness, the simplicity, 'the unstudied
pity with which the story is un-
led. It is all so real-real in the
tat a child's games of "make-
eve" are real, and there is poetry
ilnost every line of it, that highest
try that springs' straight from the
gAnation. There is no scenery, save
which is conjured up by the play-
to serve as a background for their
n; nor is anything tangible
tded because everything that is es-
tial-just so much and no more-
ts In the mind.
he New York Winter Garden pro-
tamn, "Maid in America," to be
1 at the Whitney Theater Thurs-
March 30, is not a makeshift or-
ization gotten together for tour-
purposes; it is the original New
k and Chicago producton, and its
pany of over one hundred play-
is headed by the original leading
edienne, Florence Moore, whose
Aicry made "Maid in America" fa-
is in a night. Every scenic and
ume detail of the original Winter
den produe ion is promised, and
girl chorus is to be composed of
>riginal Winter Garden beauties.
ballet Is said to be the largest
taken on tour in a musical
sement of this character. Other
ter Garden spectacles are to fol-
"Maid in America," which is
tlded as the largest of the Winter
len series, and the management
loubt sends its most pretentious
e first of all as a good sample
shat is to come later in the way
Vinter Garden spectacles.
d Weekly Affair to be Gven 'at
Packard Academy.
ua third student council weekly
ce will be given from 9:00 to 12:00
ck tonight at the Packard Acad-
Mr. W. D. Moriarty and Mrs.
arty and Prof. F. H. Stevens and
Stevens will be the chaperones.
committee consists of J. W. Whal-
17E, and Lester Moll, '17L. The
ic will be furnished by Shook's
estra" The 20 tickets which
ain will be on sale between 11:00
12:00 o'clock and 2:00 and 3:00
ick today, in University hall.
'. Cross Addresses Webster Society
'of. Arthur L. Cross, of the his-
department, gave a short talk on
minal Law Under the Old English
mon Law" before the Webster
ting society last ,night.
Hall to get New Heating Plant.
heating plant will be installed in
City Hall during the coming sum-
This plant 'will heat not only the
Hall, but also Fire Station No. 1.
Ok over the Michigan Daily Ad-
sements. They will interest


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it till it's worn out."
This was bad business,
for us and for you-
bad for us because it limited
our sales; bad for 3ou because
no matter how careful a man
is he cannot possibly look
right with one suit working

"Buy two suits and wear
them alternate days."
Each suit will retain its shape
and smartness far longer-be-
cause it won't be over-worked
-and you'll look, well-dressed
all the time. We doubt if the
difference in cost to you in
the long run will be a $5.00
bill a year if you insist that the
suit you buy must be

A Stein Bloch' Suit


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