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AE THE MICHIGAN DAILYY1

wNnAY, 0CTOP'r,,R 14,'1993

h S gPeters, a young romantic actor and
The age Shakespearean authority, has the
double distinction of appearing as Ro-
Jane Cowl as Juliet, the fair hero- nico and of designing the splendid
ine of Verona, come to the Garrick stage pictuers of medieval Verona.
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1 a Universal comedy, and Screen Snap-!
shots.will make up the program. Ethel
Grey Terry and Crauford Kent in the
"Self Made Wife" and Edna Murphy
in "Her Dangerous Path" constitute
the Orpheun's program for Friday and
Saturday of this week.
Repairs on the roof of Waterman
gymnasium were completed by two
workmen of the building and grounds
department Tuesday afternoon.

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Detroit's 1923-1924 music season will ]"ieatre for a wek's engage e-
open tomorrow evening at Arcadia ginning tomorrow evening, Oct. 15, fol-
auditorium when Lucrezia Pori of the lowing the longest consecutivetShakes-
and itoperean run in the history of the the-!
Metropolitan Opera company and Ti atre. Miss Cowl is making a short
Schipa of the Chicago Civic Opera as- tour as Juliet, preliminary to her re-
sociation will appear in joint recital. turn to New Yorktiminarito"her -
Mme. Bori is one of the most distin- tr to appear in "Cleo-
guished sopranos now before the pub- patra."
lic, her recent New York concerts and, Miss Cowl is the first American star
for whom a London appearance has
operatic appearances having won for been plannedfn a Shakespearean role
her a unique position in music. 1er since Miss Marlowe and Mr. Sothern
voice is a lyric soprano of extraor-
dinary purity, flexibility and charm went abroad in 1907. The heroine's
and this, added to rare histrionic gifts attractiveness and power to charm an
and rea pesonl leutyhasad-audience have full scope in the role
of the fair maiden of Verona. Rollo
vanced Mine. Dori to the fr;ont rank
among singers. Especially notable
have been her interpretations of Mimi
in "La Boheme,"Nornina in "Don Pas-
quale," Susanna is "Le Nozze di Fi-J
garo," Zerlina in "Don Giovanni," JUST' RL IEVE
Nedda in "Pagliacci," the Snow Maid-
r n in Rimsky-Korsakoff's "Snegourot-
secka,'i Juliet in Gounod's opera, AV
Micaela in "Carmen" and Violetta in
"La .Traviata." Mme. Bori's triumph
at the 1921 May Festival and at Or-
chestra hal, Detroit, the following au-
tumn are still gratefully remembered.
Mr. Schipat is' generally recognized Wi
as the most brilliant and promising of
the younger Italian tenors now sing-H
ing. He possesses a glorious voice
which is produced nowhere outside of
Italy and an artistry which raises him
far above the ordinary level of Ital-
ian vocalists. Mr. Schipa's debut in DU OF OL D S TA ND A R DS I
Chicago recently was a sensational
success. On tomorow's program, he
will sing several duets with Mme...
Bori in addition to the individual
groups of numbers. by tenwit
The sale of tickets for -the concert by"T d"fHmt
series of which the Bori-Schipa con-
cert is the first number is already the
largest in the history of music'in this
part of the ,country. Nearly 3,000
season ticket holders will be present M asters
throughout the season, according to
James E. Devoe, manager. Good seats
are still obtainable, however, due to
the large size of the auditorium. Other
attractions on the course are Hof- As well as the o
Maann, Pavlowa, Heifetz and Chaliapin. J
The Detroit Symphony orchestra The same classic shapeliness
will open its tenth .season Thursday New Parker D. Q.-
nght in Orchestra hall when Mr. Os-
sip Gabrilowitsch will conduct Tschai- HEN you buy
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Leonore overture of Beethoven and a standard that nev
Efrem Zimbaljst, the noted Russian arstndrDodasv
violinist, will playtthe Brahms con- Parker Duofold was
certo. This concert .will be repeated exists today only in th
Friday night at the same time, 8:30 Parker's lower pric
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of the Detroit Symphony society, re- point. Yet even their'
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December 4; Geraldine Farrar, Febru- ker" if you want the new-di

Orpheum
Mary Pickford comes to the Orph-
eum in "Tess of the Storm Country"
today through Tuesday. On Wednes-
day and Thursday, William Fairbanks
in the "Law Rustlers," "Cuck Coo,'

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