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THE- MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 1923

PAGI~ TWO 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1923

association, and Harry Meixell, the

NEXT ON PROCRgM~
Second -tmlwcr of Oratorical Lecture!
Course to he Given Friday

stitution and draw up the bey-laws. A
letter was received by Hawley Tap-
ping, '16L, field secretary of the Alum-
ni association yesterday asking for
information on this subject.
Robet igee
comwesinMarch

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POPUAR DA~LATU ATISTRobert Birdges, E~nglish Poet Laur-
Yf iL l RE1D "ETNTERk MADA E" ;cate, who w as recently announced as
_______the holder of the fellowship in cre-
Gay MacLaren, extraordinary dra-I ative art at the University during the
matic artist, called by critics "th6 present year, has definitely informedI
tguli withx the camera mind", will give FPresident Marion L. Burton that he
thec next number on the Oratorical lee- and Mrs. Bridges will arrive in Ann
IArbor about the middle of next March.
tuire course program for this year Frig- Uponi the advice of his physician, Mr.
day nighbt in Hill auditorium. Miss5 I Bridlges has decided to abandon his
IMacl a tren will enact Gilda Varesis' intention, of coming to this country
"E ;nter Madame". !in December.
Unassisted, she will portray the Although his present health is good,
varic us characters in this play which:1 the Laureate is in his eightieth year
s s,'id to have been popular in Newt and' it was deemed unwise to expose
lorh, not failing to present even the him to the, rigors of a Michigan win-
riinutest details in speech, gesture and! ter. Until recently, the time of his
all dramatic details.I arrival was uncertain, but the letter
Glenn Frank, editor of the Cen- received yesterday by President Bur-
tury magazine who spoke on the lec-I tonl puts, an end to any doubts as toI
ture program last year, says in des-' his ability or deir~ie to fill the post
cribing his impressions of Miss Mac-! held last year by Riobert Frost.
Laren, "I can only say that the illu-
sion was perfect. It was not a read- LI
In g. It was not an impersonation. It!'I/ AND
was a re-creation. The original cast i ISIA T
lived and -acted again. Miss MacLaren U I AN '
goes hack from these Belasca days-I
whe lttl rom s'left to the mg . Vladimir (de Pachmann, the great
wnitoftle roomisne-oth impa-Russian pi anList whose Ann Arbor
Iinotientofwthesaudience-tolythecsesp-
1cr days of Shakespeare when, undercoctwa sobilnly uce-
the stimulus of good acting, the audi- full Monday night, will give a recital1
ence could have the pleasure of build- at Orchestra hall, Detroit, Friday
ing its own scenery with the delight- night of this week, under the auspicesI
fiil fabrics of its imagination, of the Detroit Concert Direction, 1052
"Miss MacLaren never sees the' Book Building. Many local mutsic-lov-
manuscript of the play she is to pre-' ers who were charmed by de Pach-1etjtatndthtetra'fwmn'spyigeeaeplnngo
sen; jst ttedsthethetreafw atnn'sheplayi herfarmpannne t
times and the play sticks in her mem- atedth erotrfrmane
ory-not only the lines of the play,Prgm
but each intonation, gesture and man- The programn will be all Chopin and
nerism of every member of the cast." s a ol w: N ctreip 7 o
_____________1; Ballade in-,A flat major, Op. 47;
Scherzo in E major, Op. 54; Etude,
I1EI[RT[~ Op. 25, No. 3; .Etude, Op. 25, No. 7;
FRATERNITY VLLUIIL I Berceuse, Op. 57; Polonaise in F-sharp.
minor; Op. 44; Prelifde Op. 28, No. 3;;
TO i 9 M HLL Prelude, Op. 28, No. 15; Prelude, Op.
H~rT28, No. 22; Mazurka, Op. 33, No. 4;
1Mazurka, Op. 67, No. 4; Valse inE1
Chosen representatives, of the var- minor; Valse° in G-fiat major, Op. 70;I
ioos fraternities will meet, at x5: 45 0'- No. 1; Valse in A-flat major, Op. 42.j1
clock tomorrow- afternoon in the Blue Tickets for the recital may be ob-'
roomi of the Y-Inn at Lane hal. Thisi tamned either at the office, of the De-'l
is the first meeting of this body, and:; troit Concert Direction or at Grin-.}
it is expected that' more than 30 men! nell's. They are priced from $1.10 toe
Will attend.i $3.30.
The purpose of the gathering is to I .Announcement is also made by the!
bring to light various campus prob-'Detroit Concert Direction that the
lemis at the present time, and to dis- Wagnerian Opera company which won
cus,; them with a view to their solo-'! such extraordinary success in the
tion. It is being hield under the aus-; United States last year, will come to'
pices of the Student Christian asso-I the Schubert-Detroit Opera house for
ciation. a week's engagement beginning, Mon-
A t this preliminary meeting, an at-f day, Nov. 26. Eight operas will be
x - _ .given,,.,t,+ +h i -; nVrIti1I5 1k1111Ini1anoc

° the student to a receipt that can be
rIad O f Rhwciutdn Repubic traded for a regular ticket with a 5 E ,k
*representative o h alodcma3 '~ Ld A
Is Called Second M ussolini who will be in Ann Arbor a few dlays IfI I W CNofth rilIaIcmpny
-before the game. I r IbNA N
(QAouepli Matthes, leader of the Ilu I iiIlNS
I Rhineland Republican movement ;:....:":...1 1r, f.ArhurIf Ulaclfrdofti
as referred to as a "seCpnd Mus- I M EIV MICHICgi9erin
:::".L. IUIUIIUI }rhuent of. lji4V a Egieein
polii" y hi folowes. is fflflflfIPT I~f fllfl~flhRend transport, and president of the
teccess has not been as great as rt hRI run vtnnla lbnwa rflcasoito
that of the Italian Fascists leader >.____hwee._heRhneancelvered an addre:-!s on - lihwy
toaehwee."iheRinln
Vepublic movement seems to be "Mcia ih"wllb be dI' ~n>1o' a nd Aid to the Rlrm oad.
Matthes artond du othe alerst the night' before the Marines game by. teJ tse;~no heMciai
P M nggzoundde o the failre to;tawoGood Roads associationl and the
btaln recognition of It by the j WWJ, the radio broadcasting station { a ivso fth ain
Cench rcgtto 4I thaand other nations. Both of the Detroit News. A specmi pro-i dtihwCEnta Divissaion in the to
*ace adB g are in synm- ga, codigt or rm h c ito 11of tihe Michigan Agr"icul-
a nd Bit tegimovmn u troit paper, lasting from S8:30 t to 1000
gave given no open support too'clock, has been arranged. lBesides Thelceg asnigkd ht. vein
the revolt.. several musical numbers by U.niverh-ocsonmredteevnn
sity students tler -11lbe1 n ddrsl session of the fifteenth annual meet-
by CachFielingH. Ystand fh ing of the Michigan State Goo(1 Roads
n I so aton. Other speakers were A.
. . :::F. :. Pteen minute talk byMajor JohnA a .HryirsietovteOd
% "'.. ir.{'.::"°"",:::::. iJeuewho commanded the tnitc IMor comipany, C. Lloyd 'Goodrich,
..~. :..}tts aie t leu od ssist nt superintendent of rural ed-
v.,° . ',. " ", The program is as follows: p~opular
- Iucaf.ion in the department of Public
ty ~selections on Hawaiian stringed " in-nstruction, George H. Pride, treas-
: strunients by Kw. Yan 1l. !a I 'rer of the n:atitana l highway traffic
. _." CyrusN. :Tacares;.popular_ ". ,.n "1 '

secretary, legislative committee, Na-
tional automobile chamber of corn-
in erce.
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years of ,apprenticeship usually spent is
gaining experience.
To help you accomplish this aim Babson
Institute offers a one-year intensive train.
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From actual 'experience the fundamental
principles of business are made clear. By
positive examples~ the student is shown how
to applythese priciples in the conduct of
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and gives complete ,information about the
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NEED 0MOE STUDENT
FOR WISCONSIN, SPECIAUL
ONLY 70 ILFSERYATIONS SO IFAR;
COUNT ON BAND) TO
SEND 75
jMore than 60 students willing to
male the trip to Wisconsin on the
special train from Ann Arbor on Nov.
17 are needed in order to make the
special possible. At the present time

approximat ely, 70 have made reserva-
tions for this train.
In ordler to make the special pos~
sible it is necessary to have at least
200 who, wrill make the trip. It the,
Iband.goes to the game, the 75 memn-
bers that will accompany it will aid
the number tow+.ard the total needed.
Reservations for this train may be
hapd now with Dennis Donovan, ,house
manager of the Union, at his office in
the lower corridor of the Union. It
[is necessary to pay the round trip
fare of $15.16 to. Donovan at the timer
the reservation is made, this entitlingI

by the University Quartet; an ad-
dress on "The Marmnes" by ITMr'1:11
Jenne; University airs by the Alarsity I
Saxaphone sextette; Hawaiian meld-
dlies; an address on "Our Objectives in
Competitive Games and Physical Ed-
ucation" 'by Coach Yost; popular so-eeto s y t e Q a tet ; a d a
dress, "University of Michigan Student
Atvities" by Regent James 0. Mur-
fin.'
Station WWJ broadcasts at 580 kilo-
cycles which will make the programn
nation-wide in its range and audience.
College Beads Visit Ann Arbor
Dr. William J. Kerr, president of
Oregon State college at Cornwallis was
in Ann Arbor Monday visiting the Un-
iversity. He was the guest of Presi-
dent Marion L. Burton at the de Pach-,
mann concert that night.
President Charles H-. Clapp of the
University of Montana, -at Missoula,
was in Ann Arbor yesterday as a guest
of the University.
Daily classified for real results.

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These two engineering achievements are built in al
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tct n'ill be made to formulate a de-r
finite policy, which will be adhered'
to in the future. A definite time for
meetings, which will probably occur1
everyr two weeks, will also be settled
upon.

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Den by Will Head
Washingt; on rad-s
Secretary of the Navy Edwin Den-
ley, '96L, was elected president of the
University of Alichigan club of Wash-I

and the matinees-on Thanksgiving Day;
and the following Sunday.
Will Ofter Wagneor
CWagner's tetralogy of "Das Rhein-
gold", ' "Die Walkure", " Siegfried",
and "Die Gotterdammerung" will be
presented in addition to two other
Wagner works, probably "Die Meister-
singer" and "Tristan und Isolde".
Beethoven's "Fidelio" and Mozart's
"Figaro's Hochzeit" are probable
choices for the other two operas. Prac-
tically all of the distinguished artists
who were with the company last yearj

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Czlkins-flI tcher Orugs kuarrj Drug Ci. S'uOWtSSu *pr Stare
4o. (0 stores) Wahr'.; B ok . tar Gusing's Brijg Store
Chas. WV. Graham S'ater's Bork ;tire 0 . 0 Mriil
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iton, I). C., at a recent meeting. Dr. will be present on this tour in, addi-,
JMi rk Finley, '78D, 'will act as vice-: tion to many new singers. Tihe or-

reit 'i1d v~, r v s vra; ent and N orm an C. D am on, ex-
'23 secretary-treasurer. Mark Foote,!
'03E, was chosen to handle 'the pub-t
licity work. Mr. Foote is the Wash-c
Sington correspondent for. the Booth.'
papers in Michigan. i
The club plans another meeting at'l
a near date in order to adopt a con.-f

THE MANAGEA
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chestra has )een enlarged and,
strengthened. Josef Stransky, Edo-'P -~L. i I,-
uard Moericke and Ernest Ksnoch will'
conduct12111111111U 111[fI[f1111ifi
Prices for the performances range Wl
from $1.10 to $5.50. Reservations wiill ( "1kT1E -
C 0_______
bo received as soon as the repertory F F S
and dates cami be definitely decided. - ________________________________ _ _ _ _ _ w oo E dc t op n
Monday, November 12, ,8 P. M. Extra Concert Series I
W1ENT OF THE ______ __________
, s MICHAEL - ----. -
CAPRESS!
THwldi o 1iln~tAlTcakvk rga - Offer a Special Showing by
Icing the Eng'ageineiit of Course ]'rees-$2.(0 $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 D~-d -, b1 IP 'kP fl .#i7
__ Shingle Conets-"$.50, $1.06,_$1.u4, $1..00 _-°n Iir UIJ LJon aI1 tp ryeat zv
wSunday, November 18, 4:15 P. M. raculty Concert Series s
lt ;aUNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF
Chs.Samuel P. LOCKWOOD' Cnduto
c i GRAC.E JOILATSO) ORA -h
KONOLD SpaoLARTHARD IiF R IN ad D M S I
So ranoVioloncellist
omedy Success No Admnissioni Charge--Chiildren under Twelve Years of age not ad-
miLtted usinesstey imhr t obtaini ticket at the Shool of__Music -T- .L1f
S LO D N IThursday, November 22, 8 P. M. Choral Union Series -. ad V R OA I G
0051, FAN TUTTE OPERA C0.2
Direction WILLIAM WADE HINSHAW 1 doedt Masr
Sefe CsofBILAT'HEADED BYM
SOLOISTS IRENE WILLIAMS =! also, Keaily-toW ear and v
HI-NaL Stage Scenery and Beautiful Costumes :I O Jh..L J e
-A Few Tickets for Individual Concerts Available.________ 2" r-r
Monday December 4, 8 P- lv. Extra Concert Series 9,LiI~e n
DETROIT SYMPHOANY OcoatsRAui:
Il VICTOR Richard w
IYRAt KOLAR CROOKS OUS
orse Tickes-$2O,$.0 ),$5.00- ALSO EN' FRNmISHrINGS _
inl ' es $3$.0, <$4.0, $5.44 "^ a a
reara h udobaer, e Sunday, December 9, 4:14 P. M. Faculty Concert Series .nD slyhrdyN vm e 8t

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