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March 22, 1923 - Image 2

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,e Russian Cnand Opera Co.
Le remarkable 'variety and reput-
xcellence of the Russian Grand
"a company's productions has soe
,ested Ann Arbor music patrons'
nearly 150 ticket order, have been
eat the tiniversity Music house
;h is in charge of the local sales.,
Russians will f111 a week's en-
Lnent at Orchestra, hall, Detroit.
nning next Monday evening with
aikowsky's opera "Christmas
', a typical Russian fairy tale full;
itches, devils, villains, lovers and'
:chaikowsky's romantic "Eugen
-in" will be the offering Tuesdayl
t. Wednesday night willwitness
Detroit premiere of Valentinov's
-a bouff'e, "A Night of Love", a
Swhich contains hardly a sin~gl'e{
of original music, but whr'ich is-
ingenious postpourri of popular
:dies from classic operas. "Faust"
Frovatore", "Daughter of the Reg'-
it", "The Pre of Seville" and1
zetn other operas have furnished
music for the farcical libretto
unique offering ran for three
s in Petrog'rad and recently acor-I
uch a brilliant success in Chicago .
the Russians were compelled t
seven performnances of it during
,a P~ourskaya, mezzo-soprano, wh-o
heard in Ann Arbor last fall with
Detroit Symphony orchestra and
has since been singing at the i~et-]
dlitan opera, will appear Tht.rstls.y
t in "Carmen". Friday night lHale-
s "La Juive" is, billed. . Rimsk-i
sakoff's "Snegoroutchka": will he
'n Saturday night, M!'oussorgsk y's
ris Godounoff" Sunday afternoon
a repitition of Valentinov's opera
(ay night.
ckets for the opera are priced a:i
o $3. A ten per cent redluction i
e to Ann Arbor residents vwh-o
:e reservations at the Un ivers;ity '
ic house, 'Williams and Maynaird
gets. All performances will be giv-
n Orchestra hall, the evening per-
:iances at 8:15 and the matine,0

Last summe-r Mine. Clemens wa s
warmly received in Munich and other
European cities where her cycle w.sas
held to be an event of extraordinaryG
miusical valu.e and interest. Detroit1
and Nw York have both 1h:ard the
sel'iesduring the, present sasnand
applause forMne Clem-ens' vocal n nl
artistic gifts has . been practically
Tickets for the Clemens concerts
a re priced at $2 for the entire course
1which ill, with the ex,,ception1 of the
second recital, be given regularly on
Monday evenings. The! second recital
wvill occur Tuesday evening, April 3.
Single admission will he 75 cents
Wahr's, Graham's, and Slater's book
stores are in charge of the ticket sale

Opera Como~
S ymour Simons, '177, well-known
popular song writer, who is .appear-
ing, at the -Majiestic theater this .week
with Iris ten-piece orchestra, was the
joint author with A. J. Gornetsky,.,'17
of the lyrics for the operas, "F'ool's
Paradise". anld "All that Glitters"
which appe aredl in 1914 and 1916Si-
ffiials Unearth
Papers TO Aliens,


Proi'. RD. rr1Ioli;ter's clas ses in
plapoduti ilgivo a course ,of,"
plays and ,l litais beg?- innig ith the
presentI ationl of Booth Tarkingtena's
"C larenIce", which l 11 l iven FrIi-
day Mach20, i- the autditoriu1m of
U'niverIty,< all. Members of "'the
'clas s shave been worV0kin1g on thint./ i. / t jvtn4,4r, 7
fou-acLt comedU yfor sine timere -
hearsing the plot of the pla'-y and pro- 1
rarng ceery~ he prioduction. 'A
cast of 10 prsons will act.
Folwing this on April 19 there will
b;e a lecturea recital of J. M. Bri'
three', act play, "The Will", by, Prof.
Lou1 sFlih ofth public speakinp
d ensrtInn. Two programs of one
ac -ly n ednswill be given or
Aptiril _26and 'Mayt4. Clyde Fiteh's
dI rama , The ruthl", will be stag
by these- cl asses on May 10. About
t5 )9stuldents enolled 1in these course'"
are <'offer'ing .;these series .of plays
Tick'olts are nw on sale for $1 at Cra-;
hams - -rAnd .!hr' s book stores.
Th le ren semester marks the'
hlighiest enrollment in the' history o" I
plyproduction classes. Originally
Iitendedc~ to care for about 20 students;
and open only to those who have a
advanced tra1iin, there are nowi
abdlt 9Alin Ithei;_Classes. 'The major-
sIdes lect.'11,3'r' ', 7a;Ssjrinedreadingsan
theses, i_'cludle the, present.ation i
thec~ssroom, of more than 21 one-_
act p)lays, two0 four-act come ies, al'id
scen11s frM -standard dramas. Thor
best of these will be selected and -iv-
en special rehearsal for the publl"i ,
} prograims on this serfes.
CuIstave ^Lr_ ichaudl f, oF the Span-11
-ish1 depa rment, will deliver a lecturet
at 7:30u o'c c'1 'oigh t inI the

MinTe. Clara lemons' Recii ls .
madaie Clara Clomens' seven his-
mecal song recit:als, tbe first of w hichz
ill be given next Monday evening ini
ttengill auditorium, have apparent-
stirred considerable local interest;I
,r the ticket sale is already muchi
rger than was expected, according to
becers of Mlatinee M usicale undearI
hiose auspices the singer will ap-

e. Clemens' recital Mondzav cv-
is but thie first of a series of
conci4erts~ in which She.wil i:-
ti~c the evolutioni of song f'romn
riettimie to the pr esenbt. 'Tis
is niot only uniique in, its s:opew
rosbut hias been freqflent-
;, ,alw ays with gr";e I atsccess.

Fred IN. 1Littletoni, aio
Manl Lan..br
vWith the arrest of Fred
chief field, examiner of
Stares natuiralization servic
j uel Lc aix~ros, Vallejo, Ca
S -n. Francisco authorities
have uncovered- a ring"
n 'fakedl naturaizat.ion '
tleton is allegedl to hay,
If ade:'. H'l is held in'$
~1anb'es'bail is $5,000. TJ
any onnetionwith suc.

t alk, which -will
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w1"r . 7o of the biggest hits in years, closes the ters", and Fool's Paradisewhich isalso dtoig soewr
fe vzzsY~r program. His repertoire Is quite ex- appeared In 1914 and 1916. Shubert Unf iy
tonsive, inasmuch as he has tour dis- Gornetsky is at presentin New York'
tinct programs. hr ei lvtn.hstm ocm 10 r~etel " k
ens is also the composer of some of ' Mr. Simons will talk at the Unlon hee eHsaevtiga-snimt cm-ToJ rosexute ,mmgat 'S
the biggest hits that ever came into' this afternoon, to the men handing in posing. His latet hit "I've Been Hvja arh2.-(l
jazz repertoire His' "Just Like a Gyp- opera plots for next year's Union op- Wanting You", is from "Dancing Girl", Prosecution is promised oft
sy", "Remember the _Rose,', and1sera. now 'playing in New York. He wrote cused of w Idlig in p'
"Night", are all melodies destined~ to I Goretsky Also Comoser "when Night is Nea" in collaboration schemes,to smugle:fmml.&
liner among the popular songs "for ornets y has taken up music with Remick Company, Detroit, and the United States
sometimeto cme.writing, and assuming the name of
W~iroe Musie for Comedy ______________________
The music for "Let 'er licker", a Gornesky, has composed some of the
musical comedy produced in eotroit biggest hits of theyer.WhieTn1 UF
some three years ago, w as also writ- school, Gioretsky and, Simons wrote E POXD ER BE " A UTY S O
ten by Simons. Soon after this pro- the lyrics to the operas "All That,. lit ;
ductivan, he left for the E ast w here he -G- all 9 9 3 -R for an ap p o itm en t.as o i h d t e c t cs th is i v -SFA ERP p. w t .S u s
er melodies. IMICHI A14Thgad ad ,.
"I like music very much",said Mr. 2thi 50.75-51.00 EXPERT MARCELLING£
Simons, "but I don't expect to make it .'("IEN AL CTYTIrNG"
my life work. There really Is no, fu-.T eC !D N~H I
ture in it. After I graduated .I start- Bonstolle CompanyinCneto
ed. doing engineering work with the1
ir n the Highly Colorful Musical 3205.ST ESTOeGrf
Packard company, and joined the DaatcaifrpnihFed' °i*ST ES.'OtYGr
service when =the war started. And __ra___atic_____lay___of__Span____sh__Feud____s___
then' I started to write' melodices ad g ',
gradually drifted intor musi," he saidEVE
S u c c e s s 'W i t h O r l g t ai . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .k.MN r c h e s t r a
s1-ldais ocestra has t twith trelmen- j N3EXT WE K-"l)DA3DDES" 1
dons~~~ ~~~ sucsAt or hog h I [ " Ev's - - - - Guc to n11
1east and south. MUr. Simons has just I AU(LN Wved. Mt. - e09to A,1V
completed an extensive trip through i 4st. rMa. - see to $ 25
Pennsylvania and has engagements The Messrs. Shubert Presentx
i'at, the Capitol theatre in Detroit. ; tiIA!I ~ STU TIMES
1The program he presents is orig- Inl Springtime Yi outI' IT N H
inial. His 'rendition of "Chicago" hask
received hearty applause from all au-I The Perfect Mwiial Play With a 2.00-3-:30.70-«1'm
diences to date, and. the combinationi Super Cst@
which plays "The World is 'Waiting Gm M acfalanie lga Stck,
for the Sunrise", is well' worked out. fIlar,'y Kelly Eleanor Griffiti
Mr. Simons plays, a medley piano solo ' aThiyK. orlon Sella Rssell,
of all his popular songs. "NTight, oCne NE r14 Wblf - 'TILE MONSTER" (
and Ia Salto 4in,
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in I
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y ,
. I Agetduocr rhstaAN I
It ell lA ictr te lipp~dner Prodcti'

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, .y..Ld vard Sith "THE BIRTH OF A NATION"
It has the charm of
It has the tenseness of
musi', 0 nter ude s , TOL'ABLE DAVID"
.bie Cast
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Curtain a4 :1 USELIN
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