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PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY0 S onum E BER ia, 19
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS-
(Continued from Page Three)
great traditions of his father. Zeisler,
Gabrilowitseb, Hempe,'Prealan, Claer-
ens, and Elman aFe all familiar to Ann
Arbor audiences through their fre-
quent appearances here.
In addition to these major concerts,
the orchestra will also ble hear tek-
ly in popular concerts on Sunday aft- ,
ernoon. A notable one will be that on
November 11, when Verdi's Requiem y
will be given in observance of Armis-
tice Day. At the concert November 4
Frank Bishop, a pianost well lnown
locally, will make his debut with GC- -
brilowitsch's orchestra playing the A Where they serve every'thng that you wan, when you
major concerto of Liszt. At oe time want it and at prices you will be glad to pay.
Mr. Bishop studied in the School of
Music under Albert Lockwood. Dur-
ing the past two years he has been.
abroad in Paris and Dresden, where
he studied with Emil Sauer Last
spring Gabrilowitsch invited him to
play with the orclestra after hearing
his superb performance of the Dinner served every evening, orders should be in before
Frarnk "Prelude, Chorale tandheogue
in a contest open to all musicians who three oclock. Orders for Sunday should be i before Five
were candidates for the hOnor. P. M. Saturday.
Another attractive course of con-
carts is that arianged by Isobel J.
Durst of the Detroit Concert Direction. Tea served Daily. Open 11 A. .l to 1 P. M.
Mrs. Hurst's course will be given in
Orchestra ball and will include sev
eral brilliant features. The openinHONE 95t-W. ON THAYER, Jst Bak of Hll Aud
concert will be given byCharles Mar-
shall, Claudia Muzio and Cyrena Van
Gordon, who will sing the beautiful
last act of "Aida" in costume, in addi-
tion to a group of songs by each artist.
Beniamino Gigli, the -brilliant Italiani i ilil lill 11111111i 1 11111111'i l [10lilllllllillilil l fill ill l f
tenor whose appearance at the 1923
May Festival was a sensation, is also
scheduled. The Denishawn Dancers
also remembered for their local tri
umph last season. will appear on this
course. Rosa Raisa, the great dra-
matic soprano, will give a recital with
her husband, Giocomo Rimini, noee,-
ber 5. The other number listed is a
joint recital by Bronislaw Hubermann,
violinist, and Friederich Schorr, the
eminent German baritone. Huber-
mann was last heard in Ann .Arbor
two years ago, when he played in con-
cert with Claire Dux. Schorr, now a
member 'of the Metropolitan Opera T he1J s y Fk
company, came to this country lastTy
year with the Wagnerian Opera corn
pny, and his superb singing and act- -sty shly beco m n
ing resulted in a permanent New York
enigagement. eFurther information inv_
regaid to this course is available by
addressing-Isobel J. Hurst, 1052 Book Adequately meeting the needs of the College
building.
Detroit will also have quite an im Women, jersey frocks are assured of popular-
pressive season of opera if presentiy e l a n g i m
plans materialize. The Wagnerianity. One style appears in a straight ine mode
Opera company ,remembered for its
excellent performaances last April, with fine tucks down the front. The other
will return to orchestra hall for an!=
willgrent thy fo la style has a knife blade pleated skirt. Both
engagement during which they Willi
give the four "Ring" operas of Rich -:-E
gie ther: "Risng"opea of ic " models have white linen collars and cuffs fin-
ard Wagner: "Tristan und Isolde
"Die Meisterineer." "Tannhl e'" ished with a tailored bow at the neck. These
CLohengrin," "Der Fliegende Holland-
er," and Beethoven's "Fideli.' The frocks come in a variety of colors. Priced
exact dates of these performances is
yet to be announced. The San Carlo moderately,
Opera company will give a two weeks, °
season of opera 'some time this au-
tumn, while the Chicago Opera com-
pany is also planning a local engage-
ment.
In addition to all these, tere whe' ii°
be occasional concerts by artists who
are appearing on no series. It is
probale tthat Detroit will hear Vladi-
mir de Pachmann. Ignace Jan Pa-
erewski, Emmna Calve, Frederic La-
mond, and Louise Homer this wa. The happie Coat The Sports Skirt
Fmolly. Mr. Gatbrila'witochs a cnit I
recital of piano music is always looked
in any musical season The Chappie Coat is chosen by stylish The sports skirt chosen for wear with -
- - young women as the most satisfactory the Chappie Coat will probably be of
rGNORANCE
(Continued frai Page Three sort of fall wrap. Combined with a jaunty weave in the proper shade. Cam-
nst asae1 ie . We a t~. it~smortsportsskirt end tailored blouse it e's hair fabrics are favored for. such
playing and sstuing to think. s aoeeh fa
receiv-" nos .tt. t--at I remember w1et offers an attractively fashionable and skirts. A pleated skirt may be chosen, -
Anlrieu' once told. Napoleon. H cznln:ble coo,,matiee cass wear however, with equal assurance of style.-
said: "We sol lain on that whichr -r,
sists." What has tse mind of the Priced The skirts are priced
average college student to lean upon? _

There is no ositi'e answer.
I know some students whose priest 2,,s7 t
warned them away from translations 25.9 - y1 .$ .9 -$9.7
of Boccacio and Martial and said that,2
he trusted their profound wane of
Greek would preserve them from the
awful corruption of the Anthology. .'(MACK'S SECOND FLOOR)
If these students continue to adhere
to such "advice," they need pity sore-
ly. Mercy on them! I believe in "the
strenuous life." The doctrine'was
preached by a man who abhorred "ig-2
noble ease" both of body and of mind..E
(Continued on Page Five)

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