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*kPLUS "365 NIGHTS IN Iideas used in the picture.
HOLLYWOOD" The stage show, "Donatella Broth-
ers and Carmen" presents a music-
AND STAGE SHOW ally inclined family with an added
A Fox production featuring James touch of pulchritude in the form of
Dunn, Alice Faye, and Mitchell and an accomplished contortionist. Their
Durant. Directed by George Marshall. program is well presented, and will
not be disappointing to anyone who
The Michigan is presenting another is not too meticulous about his enter-
pxcgram of varied subjects this week. tainment.
The feature picture and the stage The short subjects deserve men-
show are accompanied on the pro- tion, because they are decidedly above;
gram by a very good Ruth Etting the average. Ruth Etting, whose
short, a cartoon comedy, Paul Tomp- voice is perennially enjoyed by a loyal
kins at the organ, and an unusual or- following, has been given a very good
chestral novelty comedy. There is vehicle, probably the best of this sort'
not a really poor moment in the that she ever had. It not only gives
whole program, although nothing out- her a chance to exhibit her singing to
standingly excellent is present. gocd advantage, but has a spark of
"365 Nights in Hollywood" is the thoughtful creation, good design, and
story of a down-and-out director praiseworthy execution. The other
who gets a chance to make a picture short features a novelty orchestra, the
on a limited amount of money and primary purpose of which is to amuse
with an unknown young girl who has its audience with incidental slap-
come to the big city to make good. stick comedy which finally puts an
An habitual movie-goer can imagine end to the music and ends in a riot.
the rest of the story without being The program is light, !:irhaps
told about it, because it offers noth- monotonously so to some, but for two
ing that would not ordinarily be ex- I hours of relaxation it will not be
pected of this sort of picture. How- found boring.
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VOCAL STUDIO: Grace Johnson
Konold, former instructor in Uni-
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the opening of her vocal studio for
beginners and advanced students.
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LOST AND FOUND
ever, there are some very acceptablel
I A of
Club To Be Formed Of
Fresh Air Camp Group
All the boys who were at the Fresh
Air Camp during last summer will
be organized into a club, George Ald-
er, camp director, announced yester-
Last night in the Upper Room at
Lane Hall 60 of the boys met to dis-
cuss the organization of the club.
Twelve University students were pres-
ent to assist the camp director.
Plans for an athletic program were
made and for a Scout troop to be
formed under the auspices of the Stu-
dent Christian Association. Herbert
Twining, Dr. Theodore Hornberger,
George Alder, and Dr. E. W. Blake-
man were put in charge.
LOST: Yellow gold wrist watch be-
tween Hill Auditorium and sub-
post station and Haven Hall.
Finder please call Room 443 Mo-
FOUND: Lady's wrist watch. Call box
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--Associated .tress Pnoto
A girl debater, Celeste Strack
(above), and Sidney Zsagri (below),
student forensic leader, were two of
five prominent students suspended at
the University of California at Los
Angeles for alleged communistic ac-
Cactii From United
States And Mexico
Are Exhibited Here
Cactii from southwestern United
States and from Mexico which have
been collected by various members of
the staff-of the botany department
are on exhibit in the showcase on the
second floor of the Natural Science
Building. Elzada U. Clover, Grad., of
that department, has brought most
of the specimens from her trips
through Texas and Northern Mexico.
The plants vary from the rainbow
cactus which gets its name from its
stripes to the payote which is report-
ed to induce hallucinations if it is
eaten. Varied color schemes are seen
as a result of an alcaloid in the plant
which effects the nervous system.
Then there is a seedling of the giant
tree cactus, five inches tall and ten
years old, which matures in the,
course, of a hundred years or more]
and reaches a height of 40 or 50 feet.
The old man of the mountain is
there and his long white hair gives
him the appearance of a snowball.
The barrel cactus whose prongs have
punctured automobile tires is used as
a source of water by desert travelers.
An experiment in grafting is also
One of the plants is in bloom and
another has a single fruit on it.
Not many artists are greeted with
such unqualified enthusiasm as was
Lawrence Tibbett on his fifth appear-
ance in Hill Auditorium on Thurs-
day evening; The applause: was won
fairly by his singing, without recourse
to platform tricks. Throughout his
performance he showed a fine sense of
proportion. His "theater" was never
permitted to steal his music.t
Tibbett recaptured the lusty spiritj
of the renaissance in "Che Fiero Cos-
tume;" and his "The Bailiff's Daugh-
ter" made one wish that artists more
often included traditional English
songs on their programs.
The German songs met with various
degrees of success, determined in part
I by the quality of - the translation.
The "Minnelied," by good fortune, re-
mained poetry when done into Eng-
lish, and Mr. Tibbett did the song
full justice. In "O wusst ich doch den'
weg zuruck"and "Lebewohl" one felt,
that he was struggling with the words.
Songs are a fusion of poetry and
music concerned with the expression
of subtleties of feeling. and emotion.
In these translations the poetry was
lost and only the gross prosaic mean-
ing left, which could not but act as a
destructive element to the song. The
intensity of the German sentiment
was replaced by a certain matter of
factness. Such words could never have
inspired such music. "Die Allmacht"
lacked a continuity which might have
been gained through more emphasis
on the accompaniment. The group
was encored with the Strauss "Mor-
gen," which fortunately Mr. Tibbett
and his accompanist recognized as a
song for voice and piano.
Mr. Tibbett's recognition of the lim-
itations which the concert stage im-
poses ol the operatic singer saved
the excerpt from Emperor Jones
from being ridiculous. One might
question the value' of the music but
not the quality of Mr. Tibbett's inter-
Mr. Tibbett should be congratulated
for keeping his program as a whole
in mind when he chose his encores.
He responded with the kind of music
which won him his applause. In the
last group, where they were in place,
he sang the Moussorgsky "Song of the
Flea," "Shortnin' Bread" and the
other tunes that people love to hear
Tibbett sing because no one else sings
them quite so well
By no means a small contributor
to the success of the program was
Mr. Wille. One recognized accom-
paniment as a fine art, when he played
the "Minnelied" and the Strauss
"Morgen." In nearly every song the
piano was a positive element. Such
accompanists are rare. He had his
own triumph when there was a very
genuine demand for encores after his
two solo numbers.
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DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
LEE TRACY HELEN MORGAN DAVID HOLT-
"You Belong To Me
Showing at 2:00 -- 4:32 -- 7:13 -- 9:45
ROSEMARY AMES VICTOR JORY
Showing only at 3:23 -- 8:22
A FOX Picture with
A LIC EFAY
Produced by Soa M.Wurtz .
Directed by George Marshall
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