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April 22, 1923 - Image 5

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THE MiCHIGAN DAILY_______________

Bra) hms-Roses Threce. original plates. of the Metropolitan committee is still making reservations
M USCVA lBrahms-Gypsy Song. m1useum by John Zwerkoff, Detroit at its office in Detroit, Cherry 7204.
71/ 1 I7fTA~c" Dralims-Serenade,.i ar~;st. Mrs. F. Youngblood, a. re- i_________
-----Y-LL.L L ~-- nownedi theatrical costumer of Cfi-' A3[PBELCII SPEAKS BEFO)RE
sago has designed the gowns for the l IDETROIT' UIRYINSCLUBP
Ianu liiit'Fut eia Tutaikianzen Revel i Egyptian T llet which is being pro-!I
Madme lar Cemes wllgiv D a sArb rits:duced by Miss Ruth Smith, a Chicago Prof. H. L. Campbell, of the them-!
74laame laraClemns ill ive r aArbo 2 musical comnedy producer. Miss; ical engineering department spoke'
the fourth concert of her cycle illus-t Madge M. Fraser of Detroit is re-; to the Detroit Foundrymnen's club last:i
trating the historic development of lPoxholders for the "Tutankhainien hoiarsing the ballet in the dancing' Thursday on the subject of "Modern
song at 8 o'clock tomnor'row night in! Revel" which will be held tomorrow t movements'~ Charles R. Osius, Jr.~ '20, 'Methods for Determining Metal Mix-
Pattengill auditorium. Songs by Jo- nighnt at the Graystone ballroom, De-li himno h al uesfrteFudyCpl" h
hannesBrahm willThe music for the ball will begin ; material which ws presented was
annsBam wilcompose the troit, under the, auspices of the 'Lit-~a 'lcaditi xetdta developed during a special study 'of
rancilartoh pr ogram.dMine.tie Art Theater of Detroit, includes it will continue until five or six in :the subject in the foundry 'shops here.
tramnst ions prepaein byhef people well-known in Detroit society, the morning. At midnight, the Grand
which are vastly superior to the Stan- and guests from other cities. Several March of Pharaoh will be led by lAiiss> Willey to Speak i Detroit
d~r vrsons An rbr cupesar amngthseMary Louise Banks with Andrew !>Ncrin~an Willey, of the Spanish de-
d~r Th vesins.comlet pogrm i a fa Ana rbr cupls ae mon thseHotchkiss and Miss Elizabeth Cady. partmneilt, will deliver an illustrated'
Thl cmleeprgrmisa:fl invited. witht Richard Bourke. lecture on "Mlodlern Mexico" Tuesday'
Ios eoain ortebl r ob "Stag" tickets have been priced at night at Highland Park high sc'lcool.
Sibelius-The Tree. entirely significant of the "Tuntankhna-, half the cost of couple tickets es- --
Lie-Snow. men periodl, designs being taken from pecially to encourage "stagging". The Let "Jimmie the adtaker" find it?
Rangstrom-Night. I___________________
Rangstrom-Twilight.
Rangstrom-The Dawn of Day.
Grieg-Departed. It
"GOODNSS"
Crieg--.O, Hail Ye Ladies!'0 0
Grieg-A Swan.
Grieg-First Meeting.
Grieg-A Dream. ~_.1R~D"SUTCEAM4
Brams-houArt My Glorious:s
Queen. 7 5G B
- Brahms-Sunday.t
Bralims-Melancholy. ,I
Brahms-The Nightingale.
Brahms-Among the Willows. The r~ac~iarml~d Candy Cu. 71 5 P. University Ave.
Drahms--Ever Lighter Grows MyOttoAcd TetaAny Arbor1
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Brahuis-Sapphic Ode'. _______________________

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