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October 31, 1922 - Image 8

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lest of relations with Great r n n~nn empty seats, and yet this is the con-
ST EXT9 CON ERN diion which tis alleged center of
=sace njRm aeLIZ I UUL musical culture prmitted to exist al
1the entirely pacific char- nlI~E last year and promises to repeat if a
': movement, the keynote of rIv:L U ft L rapld impro ewellt in ticket sas does
yen as loyalty to the throne niot occur. 'To anyone wxho really 'loves
on to the cause of national -- music, and (dues not go to the con-
tion and prosperity. (Continaed from 'Page One) e r-ely to talk abouit themr, Gab-.
cisti element in the new heen moii E UOnd t !(Ihe rriolsfo1i rilowitscu's eon cert s are the chief at{
s believed, will be lbalanced r" slot h rd to()discern, Grcous li tract ion cf the loalma 1us~ic season.
lusion of members of the beca ing Ibeyond any sirter within our
rcatholic party, and t he mnemort' and grateful to) Icoki upon,
,rogress in the government her sin-;ing was even mnore fascinat-
I to exert a modifying in- ink; than her appearance. Voally, Ohe lk
his followers. The Turk- ieaves little to be desired. H-er vice0 ifost fi, s
conference is noti likely to is a1 mezzo-sopranoa of considerable are hocestMA
I by the change at Rome, range awakening echoes of Gerville-
llegates from Italy are ex- R~ache and' Matzenauer, yet with a If you've lost in atice of any fe
e on hand when the meet- youthful freshness and flexibility urn, sort, eineone has proba blyTh n
like anything else. Iler singing is ap- found it, and wuld return it if
- -parently without effort, and her enun- hie knew to whome it belonged.
elation and phrasing obviously the Most people read The Daily ________
0LIce W s rroduct of a thoroughly musical na- (Nassificd column, and1 you will ___________
Sture. find that it serves very efficient -________
?cord urowel Choseni by iadae I1orskaya ly in finding any lost article.
The songs were only two in numr- In the rush of the football gamne4
ber and disappointingly- short at that.I yesterday a good many things '
city crowd which watched One was the tenderly poetic song o were lot. A lot of them willT
-Michigan battle on Fer ry the shepherd Lel from Rimsky-Kor- be found again through The -
day recalled to lienry sakoff%. "The Snow Maiden," famil-? Daily Classified Column.
contractor, the occasion ° nr in this county chiefly because of C L 6
g the first bleachers on, Alma luck's recording,; the other'C L 96
ld in 1900, the year before, was the TPlade from Seroff's "Rog-, or leave your ad at Quarry's
to Michigan. Tmo --a composition whose advance j lDrug Store or Calkins-Fletch-
was coach at the time. In into popular favor has beeu retarded ar's (Fast and South University
;ames of the season so nmanly; by the oblivion to which the opera Br'anch.J
ns drove to the game in; was long since consigned. Both were g
Ebuggies and parked along admirably sung and interpreted. Fin-
s that many of the specta-; ally, we are of the oinon that Ma-
hard time seeing the game.' dame Bourskaya would be superbly
e of the Indiana game, effective as Mariana in "Boris Godou-
biggest of the year, came' neff," as Ortrud in "Lohieigriit" or cs
dt extra seats were needed; as Carmen, to which latter role be- t
g crowd-of about 1,000 sides her voice she would, bring the "
hie athletic department or- } added attraction of a bewitching per- E
Ito build bleachers of 315 sonality. No less than eight encores
meo called the expenditure greeted the singer at the conclusion f RADE MARK R^-G. u.s. PAT. OFF.j
but fortunately the capaci- of her portion of the program. SPORT G R E
mused the seats to be fill- Of the Oeron overture which open-
ed the concert andl the, imposing a ws \; 3 u
1512" overture which brought it to a
close, we can speak only briefly. The; '
ruin eber overture is one of those Peron-,SEIRPOO ay celi b ohstlsanysa4
I of beseisna ust right for knickers-because theW a
irit Be GIdven 'Flishlll ofil overt ure with its rich- harmony andI webbing i soft and wide. Buy by name and W
nty to Av oid Conrigetdhn overwhelingfi.' climax also won greaC t the gnino. ae solely by The Tho, P. Tay-
_________for Co., Urdeport, Con.
favor with tihe aienrcei although it Fetrdb Lain SuetSh s
are not calling, for their .lacs the warmth and melancholy rSurppies StorsSh e
tie slips as fast as they tellde'niess whih have made the
ording to Sheldon Brwn great Rssian beloved by all concert-' -
;manager of the 1923 'En- goers.
t will be necessary for the( One thing more: If Ann Arbor is ':. -----____________________
df the seniors to report as to save its face msically, .it must
)ssible in order to avoid s5gnify its a nroval of the Extra (Con-
scion. Of the 1500 seniors '" ei c~e in a muanner far different
ihave their pictures talken, r on any heretofore shown. It is not HLOE EON
rave reported at the pres-- inspinug to a conduc(tor, anf orches-I=
tra or a soloist to play before rows of EO %F
so wishes to point out that --
g their pictures taken are
irst to the busine ss office
chiganeurasiani in the Press
They will pay their fee oft VR X T I RD
,rs at this place and not at EEYMNT I RD
raphers, he stated. WE ARE PEIMAKER
g all seniors to report Pu- RIDErR for 1';NS=
for their pictures, Brown 35 Years Experienec
it would not only aid theWAHR
sian staff in their work-
id help the photographers ________ ____________________
.he seniors themselves bet-
ve years of experience a.t hee ID E FOR EXERC11*1U
Fsal at Julian R. Troianow-exrietaYO ae
M. Barber Shop 110S. Teeis no betterexrieta riding. If yuaepyial
.--Ad v, tired or mentally bored, a brisk trot around the boulevard will
work wonders. In one short hour you will have gained, a
MTUDENTS new lease on life.
ITCH HOSPITAL TEMLIO TBE
It WlorkGuaranteed 36 Fast A{(nn Phone 87'

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