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October 29, 1936 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1936-10-29

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)AY. OCT. 29. 10M3

Chicago OrchestraI
Will.GiveProgram
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
will give the second performance of
the current Choral Union series
Monday, Nov. 2 at 8:15 p.m. under the
leadership of Frederick Stock. It will
mark the 180th concert performance
of the orchestra.
The program to be presented is as
follows:
Prelude and Fugue ("St. Anne's")
in E flat major.............Bach
(Transcribed for Modern Or-
chestral by Frederick Stock).
Variations on a Theme by Joseph

Haydn, Op. 56a .......... BrahmsS
Symphony No 3 in C minor ("The E
Divine Poem") Op. 43 . . . . Scriabin
Luttes (Strife).
Voluptes (Sensuous Pleasures).
Jeu Divin (Divine Activity).
Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1,
Op. 11 ................... Enesco
Moto Perpetuo, Op. 11 .... Paganini
(Orchestrated by Frederick Stock)

(Played by all the violins).
Finale Of Act III, "Sieg-
fried" ..................Wagner

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prevent tired eyes
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to enhance the charm
of your living room
The new 3-light lamps accomplish a twofold purpose: They
provide beauty for your living room, introducing a fresh and
charming decorative note, and causing your drapes and
furniture and pictures to glow with new life and color. But
more important, (2) they serve as a tonic to tired eyes,
guarding against strain and headache, against the tense
lines that are etched prematurely in young faces through
reading under poor light. These lamps are no substitute
for the services of your eyesight specialist: You should see
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superior to that furnished by your present lamps.
Under the modern standards of lighting, probably
ALL YOUR LAMPS are out-of-date! Stop in and
see the new 3-light lamps today ... and ask about
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THE NEW.
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are available in a
wide selection of
attractive styles,
reasonably priced.

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DIFFUSING BOWL THROWS PART
OF LIGHT TO CEILING
A diffusing bowl under the shade
throws part of the light upward to the

SIX DEGREES OF LIGHT
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