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April 25, 1923 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-04-25

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so Veanh hihaot i-,News Fo The Other CoI
IN ST er ignore and the ecstatic "Thou Art-
I.L~i3My Wlorious Queen" aWith its entranc-
ing repetitions of the word "wonder-l Statle ('dre~gc",f the legal pen-, tattered clothies thati
f:,." ,, « s ,.. n ,,, -, ,I ls vfor' cursingr were a mntthwashing Prizes will be ~aard

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3ba. (lemuR'Forrl R~elttl ~sincit.Wecaie s a enorefo- with soap and water, the university
'those who have heard O-ssip Ga,- 'lowing t he last group and, elicited a would consume the entire output of
brilowitsch's wilghly performance of wamrspne the Proctor and Gamble Soap con-!
that greatest of all piano concertos, ro ra: nt al Bahm pany," states an editorial in the Penna
the Brahms in B-slat, or hearts hemn weend : w rop State Collegian,
unravel the mtanifoldl beauties of th1e Saninavrianu songs with which it
lofty Symnphonyyiu C m~inor, will readt- Stanford--Every description of noise'
opened, m1any burled treasures were
ily concur in the¢ opinion th1at he is thle' dis doscd. The "N ight", "Twilight" making contrivance, except firearam
rsupreme Brahms interpreter of t his °ad"an"o ueIn~tt r will be permitted at the monster trackt
generation. Monday night his gifted ad"an fTr agto r rally which' will be held in the as-
'wife, Madamie Clara Glens, rivalledc strikingly individual, and strongly seinJbly hall previous to the Stanford,
thspwr1 h oit ocr fnorthern in their plaintive sweetness, 'California track meet.,
her J~±storie song cycle in P'attengill wIhile ithe Cradle Soing and "A Secret" I '~a~ - -'mlio- olar"r"i
padr~niumytosog of the -great Ger- are equally interesting., Nor can we the university memorial campaign has
ma mruiasytr Ue.Clmes os t omit reference to the distinctive bee n reached. Freshmen and new stu-
t unprecedeztt~edheights of musical elo- ca wih hchMdm Clendents pledged the last- $150,000 in an
quece;andsan- Jemoal~y i evr~lbreathed tlu4 ethereal phrases of eleventl~ hour final, cleanutp cainpalgii.
ntene, adt 4 th memraby rdevryGrieg's "The...Swant" and "Thel
tene o th wad.Dream", both exquisitely interpreted. Staite College, Pz.--'ihe annual Pov-
There is nothing new to be said F...A rydy ilb bevd ytefeh
about Madame Clemens art save that E._____ HA. m e rt a;vl e be rvteypdeth rough
it then seemed more poignantly, e eewe hyprd hog
beautiful than ever before. H~er voice1 TODAY IS "1 DAY. the campus iin the oldest and ms
has certainly never sounded, richer 'or'________
more vitally comnpellig than' on this
oci~asion- and in every respect, 'herj
sin giug wa ; t':,e igh water inark of
thie cycle. t ". u ence though not as i':
large its sua}.l, was keenly sympathet- Y uw lE o rL hc e
-is and greeted the singer with many
-ronds of applause. Everything wasPlsatSro dig
sun- in a distinguished style, with ad-
? ma-rable enunc1ition, finely expressed Excellent Food :
tE phrasing and perfect fidelity in ndir-
poring the various emotions evoked
by the music.
The ineff ably beautiful "Sapphic
Ode" andi "Ever Lighter Grows My
r luwbler"" are perennial favorites as;,i.
they w~ll doubtles8 continue to be so !ute J~lCiR o
I long a-s there extst such artists as
Xadaaw, Clemcn-, to sing them. Their 3 38 Maynard St. South of Majestc
intensely appealing, nostalgic poetry!
' and eluaive sunset- glow were Marvel-
I-ously reflected while their legato
style is a' particularly fortunate one
Yfor the sitngeT's voce. Almnost ias wel- ! ___________________

stricken 'Caro.
carriers, borrowed ari
trucks, in addtion to fly
are required to deliver
ber' of special, deitery
ages and Bowners that 1
poa~toffice here, to the w
In three uionths the
1ley re'ceived 84 speci
in tie sait* eierodtl

d* enits receivcd a total of 14.844. Only runining on the relay team. have re- !j rhklis nto Addre" CbE
leges 1 halr of the letters are answe redl for iivecd the old ci storzz of representing' Dr. F. C.- F~ranljin, preei4c
there, areh 16,000 letters each month a fvorite dormitory oar sorority house . American Chemical society,
~comue to the town while only about' in their races. All cups and prizes o7 "The Ammronia y - ez
they po5'ssss.8,00 are sent out of the town. In1 won by tho team axe prews-entecd to the pounds- - Eper-imentalIIIl
to thoQSe scar-'the poastoffice there is a special corn-. house under 'whoee ca1oars the tease at 8 O'clock. tomorrow evens
partinent for mail to Princeton which rama, Chemaiial ampitheuater.
is generally paickibd full. -
smal~l army of iMInuW$0t&a-(fn account of limited. PreC. (ymmutu f~uor Mai
fly automlobilel Sb iditrd-A modern concrete oil space, co-eels have been barred fromj Gymnasim Activities in
ze regular staff, an gasoline station has been purchas-,;soveral performnxces of the university gymnasium have been susp
the vast nium- ed by the university and will soon bre band recently. On the last occasion, the last few dayH is prepai
letters, lick- moedtothe cmufothcnv- ewomen raised such a vehement the Military ball- Friday n
food thre 'small fence of the student motorists, protest that the director was forced to entire housecleaninig is be
loen students. promise his ia*lluence toward remnov- the building before the decor
town of Wel- Iilino4N-" Knighthood is again flo-,isn the ban on their a ttendancte. i w oved in.
Ale, 'while cdar- ering at Illinois,". says a dispatch
be womuen stu- from that institution. The 'four men "DIAY 1S 9110A.' ITODAY IS V1 DAYT.

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Mlajestic --- "Safety Last," with
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