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THE" MICHIGAN IDAILY

SUNDAY, AMARCH , 92

LI2 AND
MUSICIANS'
lar Sunday concert of the
iphony orchestra under the
Victor Kolar will be given
ck today in Orchestra hail.
tra. will .play Liadow's
sian Folk Melodies" and'
oreographic: Poem, "The
Eng other thingsI. The solo-
Gustav Kleiner, a: violinist
reputation,

DsEninen t Tragedienne lArctic. route Will Be Futue
To Play In Detroit Mairch 24 Path Of Commerce,Says Hobbs
-- "The route across the Arctic ocean nect the eastern and western hemi-

"A" Students Register First Patronize Daily Advertlsers.-Adv.
Evanston, Ill., March 8g.-Preference
in registration for spring quarter-
classes at Northwestern will be SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
given to students who received "A" E AT REX'S
or "~A minus" .notices from their in-,A
structors. Thus, students cdoing 12EAlmrBStreCH
superior work will be relieved of much Near S Arbmiorch Street s
troublesome work an~d delay.

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will undoubtedly become the main I spheres.

highway of transportation between the
United States and Europe," is the}
opinion. voice(I by Prof. William 1H.
Hobbs, head of the geology depart-
ment, in an interview regarding the
projected flight of the Shenandoah to
the pole.

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"'Dirigibles could probably make the
[rip in two days" the Professor con-f
tinued. "arid would not need to stop
on the way but the airplanes which
would be used would require several!
main landing stations along the route.'
I feel confident: that the continued de-
velopment-of the dirigible, will see this
northern air lane conie into generalI
use in the future."

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the outstanding. events of the
Detroit; season is promised 1
nday night, March 17; when1
Murphy organ in Orchiestra
ledicated in a concert with the
orchestra under Mr. Gabrilow-
'he organist will be M. Marcel'
perhaps the greatest li1ving
of the instrument who will1
Saint-Saens symphony forl
nd orchestra and a variety of
demonstrate the possibilities
r'gan.
O ISIAW HUJIERMAN
ivic Music League presents
w Huberman, the distinguish- ,
nist in recital at 8:30 o'clock
w night in Arena Gardens.
ierinan will be rem~embered for'
playing in Anni Arbor two:
go when he gave, a joint re-
e with Mqadame~ Claire Dux.
PERCY GRAD GER
Grainger, pianist, will give a
t 8: 30 o'clock, Thursday night, F
3, in Arena Gar~dens unider the
of the Civic~ Music.Leaguie.
FR1ITZ 1HREISLER .
Kreisler, famous violinist, will
annual Detroit recital next~
night, MVarh 18, in Orchestra
a last concert of the Orchestra
ies unider the managemient of
~Devoe.
OTHER CONCERTS
e ~Cara Clemnens will be the
t the subscription concerts of
etroit Symphony. orchestra
y and Friday nights, April' 3
Ossip Gabrilowitsch. is..sched-
play the Beethoven "Emperor"
Dat the final pair of concerts,
and 11. Handel's "Messiah"1
presented at Easter time by$
;rit Symphony 'choir, the or-
and; a- quartet'of distinguished
MTadamne Ernestine' Schij=
g in Arena. Gard~enws, ;April,28,
the last concertt f 'thle season.
of oeras - by the' San Carlo ;
)mpany will probably be offer-
month, according to the latest
r's First Be
Frightens Driver'
rd Stephens, of Ypsilanti, who l
arly injured while driving in
yesterday, wants to know what
)le-bee is doing around Ann
,t this time of year. He insists,
was a bumble-bee which flew
'ace yesterday afternoon while
driving towards the center of
WVashtenaw avenue, and which
his car to careen perilously to-I
o pedestrians in his. efforts to!
nself from being stung. t
ntally, Mr. Stephens narrow-1I
ed injury to his car and him-
m hie was unable to completely

"The proposed trip would have been,,
valuable," said Professor Hobbs, "as it
was to have been scientific exploration.
much of- which is needed in the far ;
north."
Vilhjalmur Stefansson, in an article
appearing in the National Geographicl
magazine late in 1922 ,made a state- I
ment similar to that of Professor'
Hobbs, and further emphasized the;
great -strategic value of the northern;
lands as landing, stations' in the, airz
routes whikhhe also .believes will copi-'

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Widespread interest. has beteat- wItnL WLne LLiw ns _an r orLne(LUL
ed by the announcement that Signora and returns to Italy. Signora Duse is
Eleanora Duse, the eminent Italian unquestionable the greatest living
tragic actress, and her company from tragedienne, the 'death of her only
Rome, will give a performance of} equal, in 'this generation, Sarah, Bern-
Praga's "La Ponta Chiusa" at, Or-' hardt, having :left her in a position of
chestra hall, Detroit, Monday night, unrivalled distinction. Her present!
March 24, under the direction of Isob~el American tour,: the First in twenty
'J. ?Hurst. TPhis is to, be Duse's onlyj years and probably-her last, has been
appearance in Michig~n. and one 'of a triumphant success; critics every-.
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Pore she Concludes' her engagemnent art..
'rgain:co'ntrol' of. the automobil~e 2as! and are, av~ailable ',to bbtl men' and,
'he passed'a telph~ione pole at the edge! women. 'Although as, xnreih as $14,000
of the icy street.. has been collected from back loans of

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