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March 29, 1923 - Image 2

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NISH OCIET WILL MUSIC AND
'RE[SENT PLAY TO NIGH' U IC ANS'
as Cigarras Hormnigas", by Jacin- I-andel's oratorio; "The Meossiah,"
enavente, will be presented] at 3svwill be given by the Ann Arbor high
Ek tonight in Sarah Caswell An-; school chorus and solists at 8 o'clock
hail, as the annual production of teni ht in hill auditorium. This char-
ociedad Hispanica. The fin-.l al is arranged for the entertainment of
3rehearsal was held last night, the Schoolmasters' club and the con-
the last rough edges smoothed vention of state teachers' clubs here
ni preparation for tonight's per- this wee'.. George Oscar Bowen will
&nce. E. A. Mercado and Norman direct the performance.
illey, both of the Sptinish de- In addition to the chorus of sev-'
anent, have directed the play. eral hundred voices, the following art-
e cast for the play, as finally de- ists will participate: Mrs. Lorna
1 upon, follows: Ketty, Marion (Hooper - Warfield, soprano; Doris
eler, '23Ed; Camielia, -Margaret Howe, contralto; Williami Wheeler,
banks, '23;*Dalia, Peral jenne. tenor; Thomas Dewey, baritone; Mdrs.
Pastora, Marion Walker, '23;,' Ter-; George B. Rhead, pianist; and Earl NV.
Esther Blolzmann, '25; H-orton- Moore, organist. The concert is free
Margaret Schmnutz, '22Fd ; A-sun- to the public.
Muriel 'turtz, '24; Miass Smoith,
ryn Wilson, '23; Camarere Stttlenbt ' ecilal
ma Hen~derson, '23; Frederico, The weekly recital by advanced stu-
-hester College, '23; Au.gusto, dents of the School of-iMusic °was giv-
am Sink ford, '25; Teodoro, Wayne en lastl night in the school auditorium.'
vaker, '25; Gumrersindo, E. D. TPhe playing and music were so very
fins, '23; Poli, Louis Erlenbach, ordinary that the short program soon
Churrerito, Jack Clifford, '25: ibecame monotonous.
o de la Ursula, Clarence Peter-! Two vocal students were heard.
'23; Reguera, Maurice Reed, '25: Charlotte Tucker sang "Pluck~ This
oro, Robert H-alsey, '25; Paco, A- ttle Flower," by~ Ronald, and "The
schmiidt, '23; Richard, RZ. D. First Primrose," by Grieg. This being
;well, '24; Moulton, B ertraml King, tier first' appearance 'in student re-
Wilson, J. 1". King, '23. Ralph vitals nothing mj ubh can be said about
t, '24, is in charge of proper- her voice. Glee Baker was the bet-
ter of the two. She sang "The Shepl-
ckets for the play may be ob1- herdess," by Horsmran, and "Der
Ad at all of the State street book-k Sciimied", by Brahms . The last 11Um-
es. Prices are 75 cents for re- her. was quite difficult but her clear'
ed seats, and 50 cents for ,gen- voice'adecletitrrtto
admission. tridm~e ur for any flaws which occm~red
in rnc, i1 irn nofthe German song.

Land," by Scott. Gladys Morton rend- were uniable to order their Commence- 1'4 o'clock today in the lower corri-l
eredt a Chopin Etude, and Noctourne. mnent invitations at the designate:; of Tappan hall. No orders will be ac-
Miss Norton was new to the ;n dicrce~ time, another opportunity will be giv-! cepted until class dues are paid.
which assemble weekly. en them; todayI.
Lucile Bellamy was the only violin- Invitations may be orde.red for the Just call- 960, wh~en you have a
ist. on the programz. Her intepretatiorn last time from 9 ,to 12 and from 2 to want.-Adv.,
of Beethoven's Romance in F major c
w.as mediocre. She showed Iashen of t@ [,3E91l9t. letdldi iao@lls [ tficil@ @ t S $P f1E 0 11tF
technique and temporary skill at times
but the number was too mruch for her,; '. CALL 114 Aioicn h egro
Ao Rich, failed to appear.,
11" i)STRTWJTE SENIOR ED) I~ ~ ~ " ~El)A1JAR
COMMENEMENTINVITATl~IN,,;n -
Pecau:se of the fact thlat 'a number ol / F'.' ?(i 7 1T~iUIEDi~
erehebe'3 of the'senior education (I to bec kuoim ais
1i
.Mae sre ourin isrigt. i EC THE- IDEAL ELECRPR
CREAMERY.a
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Betty Balfour
IN
"Me and My Gal"'
AND
Pearl White in "Plund
STARTING TOMORROV
"Destiny's Isle"
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'~EWECityWhere It Has Shown.
PRESENTM

;A1T 111 11,F)1' EImv1ii t
WIIAN 4)P$~VIJY
an ays wI lhe presented by
hesof tlv' HIobar guLIi(d next
rsday nigL-ht ini the aIuditorium 11Of
ris hail. Tihe old staige in thfe an-
um, hihyll Hulscd for the plays.')?2 lot omlt yIoe l
Snew ighting has been tided, and
Wtinhas been obtainedl.
e dra muai c mm tte of the guild
'been dircoing the plays for theu
mlon,and thoy are ce-nectel to
mly .a(y by the bzt ~teruo
efit, of Wonmen1's leaz,-a;. Leath- ,
er jPushers' comedy3.
:ajestic-B~ull Montana in "Rob
'Emn Good" ;-"Migtly Lak a
Rose."j
rphcun-Pet.ty Balfour in' 'Me 1
and Mly Gal." Pearl White- in I
"Plunder;" comedy.
YuethI 'nChaney inl "F lesh
anmi. E'loo;" eonwdy; Pathe 2C
u~w4.
arrick (Detroit) - "The 4 o r I
ster," wvith Wilbur Cranie.
dies:"
assifis really payl-Adv,.

G tene~ie vc Peoples, one of the n ian-
_,ts eT the. rogra , played "Lotu2
IAN GO WN OR DIEUS'AT ONCE
Seniors. are regiuested fto get
mneasuredi and, to place their or(!-
( ers for caps and gowns at once
Iat George Moe's, 711 N. Universi-
ty ave. 'Considerable time will bre !
Irequired to get every member
Ior the 'classes measured, and inI#
Iorder to facilitate the worki, and
to insure that the gowns will be
in Ann Arbor by the date set for
S mwing-out, members of the j.
classes are urged to report at
once._ A scarcity of gowns this
1year, and a large demand by cl
col leges all over the country makes j
{it especially necessary that. or-j
C ders be placed early.
SEATS MWSLI
hW'ihut a ion t',e, .ost Delight-
f~il P~c of ~inySeasoits
MUSICAL AST O
MT CAMEDY YFAORtE
AUGMNTED()ILIIDYETR
"Noting alf o god sicrltene'
Moretheaame rod crE..YY.
LRES$1,$16, $2.20, $2.75s

j74 symphonyof iein thehg
by ertig Wenton "/Directed

and tow piaces
by faivin 4?areve

He hesitatec-hct could no longer do theY things
they 'asked-for..something else had come into
the life eof j im-?.nd it was yet to come r
M'ollie andBll Morgan and Slippery Eddie,
the th ieves.Th2ey fought against it fir clays
-hat straL-ng e magic that came from the violin
Qfa frail gilrl who called them friends and
seemned to know nothing of their evil plans.

A Medley of Groat Htuman Emo-
tions interpreted by these ster-
lLng players-
JAMES RENNIE
DOROTHY MACKAHL,
ANDERS RANDOLF
SAM HARDY
HARRY SHORT
HELENE MONTROSE
PAUTL PANZER'
DORA MILLS ADAMS
There was something in "The
MiLracleMNali," "HuIimoresque,"
andl "Over the Hill1" that you
did :ie- sc- on the screen but
felt iii your heart--"Mighty
L ak' A Rose" has it-in a dif-
ferent way.

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of This Picture *That, Wil l Linger ,in Your" Memory Like the Echo of an Unforgetable Song-

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