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PAGE P01351 THE MICHIGAN DAILY S' XCA Mt WSAN1?,L1NIIBNS iI
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1r i'Ck Bish rrin,ICCC UCC 011ii IC iu -n
locxl,}' wil mak hisdeb tihC ri
boll)))101C 1001C CICC CICI iC Nhere the' serve everything that you ant, when ou
major ccerto0)0CCof Liszt At o)nCCtoCC, want it and at prices you will e lad to pay.
M~r. Bisho1p)studiedoin ithe11cChoolCCCoCC
Music, uCder AlCert LckwowlCC. 1D)11
ingC t1CCpast tw1oyeaCrs')heChasCI1;-
lies tu ie wICIC( itIC ECil. SauCeC0 ,r CC54
spigCCCO ilClCCCo C'i h invlitd hiC1t C
play w0 ih1tCe orchestraC after he'aCn;CC
ats CCICr) 0CCC)rCCrac 'C of' CC')',CC Dinner served every evening, orders should e in before
ICC C CCCI'O1 '~CC CC i~~i C~othree o'clock Orders for Sunday should e in before Five
w~ere'CfcaidCatesC CCr thC 1onor). P. NM. Saturday.
Anotheroat-ctive Ccourse01of conC
HuCrstI Cf 11Ce 1et'oCi)1CCoct Dir'cto Tea served Daily. Open 1 1 A. Mv. to 1 1 P. Mo.
Mrs.11)10015 1(c1urse)wil Ibe giver'nC
OrlcestraIChal10)ndowill iclICdetsC"-
eCrCl brilliant CCCoa . The CCein PH-OiNZ 9751-W. ON THAYIER, Jusi BCk of Hill Aud.
C'cfocrt will be CCv')) b)y'Chalesia
shall1, tCCui Iu)Ci101CC1)14 (yrOC'C an
GoCrd~on, wh'o will sog 111e bCCCuIiful
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coureO. oItiso111C, 11CCgreat dICaC
her huCsband, CtCi'COC) oiini, NCCvC'e'--
ber 5 The other numberCCli1sted 1s aC_
JintlIrecital ICby'Bronisla~wHubeCrnCCann,
violiniist, 11n)1 FriedlerichC Soror, the
enmineint Germlan baritonle. HCberC
mann was last heard in Ann Arbor
two rears ago, when he played in on-
cert with Claire Dux. Schorr, now a
cmpacmbrothetooi ancOrlatT he Jersey Frock is=
nomenyromethe MetropoitnyOpea
year wills the Wagnerian Opera earn
pany, and his superb singing and act vJ s y i h y b c m n
log resulted in a permanent New York = t ls ly b c m n
engagement. Further Information in =
regard to this corse is available bythColg
addressing Isobel J Pura, 1052 Book= Adequately meetng teneeds of theColg=
building.
Detroit will also have quite animi=WmnJesyfokarasudofp ul-
pressive season of opera if present=Wmn esyfok aeasrdo oua
plan.soaterialize, The Wagnerian =ity. One style appears in a straight line mode =
Oper' conmpany rememberedifor its=
excellent pe forissances last Apr11l,5with fine tucks down the front. The other
will retuiruno tOrclestrai ball fCCCI =stlehas a kieblade petdskirt. Both'
engagemient durinlg whichithey stle knfellete
gire the tour "inhg" operas CCfRicmdlhaewieinnclrsndufsi-
arCd Wagner: "Tristan0)1)1IsoldCe,"-moeshvwitlnnclaradcfsfn
"Die ,)eister-C'Ct~"C '"1' ihaC)CICC)" . ished with a tailored bow at the neck. These=
"'Lohengrin," "Der Fliegeode Holland- vritro O~S
er," and Bleethioven's "Fidello" The frocks come in a 1aityo olr. Pried-
exact dates of these perforniancesi
yet to be announced. The San Carlo mdrtelsey,
Opera company will give a two weeks
season o opera s ome timne this ati= 2"
Wunin, while lIhe Chicgo Opera c01n1 -
pany is also plalning alcCCCal Cigage- 1 .9
ent
IC IIn iionCII ICC thC t i er , ai'l
be occ'asionalC 1 co crt' s 'y artislo Cwil1)0
areiaIpearngl CoCnCCo sriC's Ii
ICC'CaiC e C that IICI 0) 1 will) ner l adCC i' /,CC-
mCirl' PCli hlmi'C CCI.. TCnc CIC' C lii) -
C'00)CkiEmma CaC 'lve), Fredeick h
ICCCICC, CnC iseCI")IlinoiC isCO r 1 1111Co tTh0S otsSCr
FinaCll'y.. tlC'bC'iloCCCC ') C) ToCh pinC a T e Sp rs kr
recitalI of p~inoC music is'Calwa~ys lCCCe!b r
tfowardCIIt10as CCCI' ofCthehigh pitsI C=1 "CCo i01' t C ' fl)N ~'ls X rot kr cos o wa s1)
in anCCmuicalsesoC-C5CIhahi oa i oenb syls)Te'prtCsit hoeCfrIerIit
--- young women0Ias Cthe'm10)). saiosfactry the Cappie Coat will probably be of
IGNORA1NCE
(C'CCIt'CCI ICa Pag) IC ?ieT"i =soottCof til 'oral.Comb'ined with a)11 janty weave in the proper sade Cam
nIi antraC.CCC C '5 C IC'CC', 'er- 1 smcOrI sports skirt and tail'ored'Cl Clol it c's hair fabris are favored tr such
CCain 'CCCI 1CC C 1)0 tC think. W000
receivoio lt 1. "'I" 'C"C"II'CC'0 5) Co C= 0offersCan CCrci 'iCICfasthinable and skirts A pleated skirt ioy e chosen,=
AndCIieix CICCICoIn C)CI CC, tCCe ol1Npoe1. C' ri r c''C''..f'Co cl , ea.0, 1''h)owvr, with equal asurance of style,
sad W ylan.''CC'C oCn'CC) 0that. 0)111 'rC-C'
sists.'' What l a) sC thCe CCnIII f'i re= C) I'; ''he kirts ae piced

avera))e)c'olle-gC',Cstude)ntICC lean tipo"
'rhere sn iie CC iC'CC),eCr.
I knw sme sudets wosepriet$5.95 r $9.75
warnedl tbhem)away fronm translatio~ns
of Boccacio and Martial Indsaid t1h1110
he trusted their p~rofCond want of
Greek wouldI preserve themn froni the
awful corruption of the Anth~ology. CoAINR'S SECOND FLOOR)_
If these students continueC to adlhere=
to suich "advice," they needl pity sore- =
l y. Mercy on them!I I believe in 'the=
strenuous life," The doctrine was =
preached by a man who abhorred "ig-
uble ease" both of body and of mind.=11 itt lgllillillitdl liia liilll iiiili 111H1 it9 !litiii#11 itd li11! lill i li 1!#3 :
(Continued on Page Five)'

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