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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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courteous service as heretofore

Checking Accounts

Savings Accounts

Safety Deposit Vaults

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UWORK he annual membership fee is $1.50
and members are required to make an
additional deposit of $1.50 each for
ey, Direetor, Trying Out the music which is furnished, this de-
ics for University posit to be returned to the members
Chorus at the end of the year when the music
LAs brought back. Members of the
ley, director of the Univer- chorus are given free admission to all
Ul Union, is busily engaged of the concerts, both those of the Pre-

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AT THE THEATRES
TODAY
Majestie-"The NaughtyJ
cess."
Orpheum-Walace Reid
Cleo- Ridgely in "The How
the Golden Ridges."
Arcade-Mme. Petrova in
Eternal Question," and3
Burke in "Gloria's Roman
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)ut voices for membership in
versity Choral Union which
e part in two of the concerts
ext May Festival. In order to
chorus, candidates must. dem-
their ability to read music
and must attend regularly all
1s which are held Tuesday
3 at 7:00 o'clock at the School
c hall, and at special times
il1ed by the director.

Festival series and on the May Fes-'
tival.
We are better prepared than ever to
supply you wants in the Drug Line at
our NEW LOCATION, 340 South State
street. Cushing's Pharmacy. tues-eod
Have that room decorated artistical-
ly by C. H. Major & Co. 'Phone 237.
oct3,4,6,,7,

serves special attention, because it ment has arranged with William B.
makes a moral appeal. Every art of Friedlander, Inc., to bring to Ann
stage-craft has been exquisitely used. Arbor its very latest vaudeville inno-
The scenes are beautiful." "Experi- vation-a complete musical comedy
ence" will be presented at the Whitney entitled "The Naughty Princess," pre-
Theatre Friday, October 6, and twice sented, of course, in a miniature mu-
Saturday, October 7. sical comedy form but lacking none
"Experience" is the story of Youth's of the essential features of the more
adventures in the world after leaving prolonged type of show.
home with Ambition and having for "The Naughty Princess" opens to-
his guide, in the quest of fame and night, and its stay at this vaudeville
fortune, Experience, who calls him- theatre is expected to prove a red let-
self the Champion Schoolmaster of the ter event in local theatricals.
World. The miniature musical comedy, "The
Naughty Princess," springs from the
"THE NAUGHTY PRINCESS" brains of those well-known writers,
In living up to its established stand- William B. Friedlander and Will M.
ard of producing the best in vaude- Hough, who have given the stage some
ville and offering new and novel fea- of its most popular and long whistled
tures the Majestic Theatre manage- song numbers.

Friedlander has not'only contributed
well to musical comedy, but in the past
few seasons has furnished some of the
vaudeville stars with their best song
numbers. Of these may best be men-
tioned Nan Halperin, Muriel Window,
Reine Davies, and a host of others.
Hough has long been recognized as
lyrical writer and playwright, his most
familiar work being done perhaps in
"The Time, The Place, and The Girl."
"THE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS"
Piano, voice, pipe organ. 312 South
Division street. 'Phone 212-J. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning.
Our alarm clocks are good clocks.
Chapman, Jeweler, 113 South Main
I street. tues-eod

"EXPERIENCE" WELL STAGED,
Dudley Field Malone, collector of the
port of New York, in commenting on

"Experience," said:,

"'Experience' de-1

Ann Arbor Concerts

Choral Union Pre-Festival Series

Hill

Auditorium

An All Star Course

OCTOBER 12
LOUISE HOMER, Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company

JANUARY 26

MADAME LOUISE HOMER

BOSTON SYMPHON1Y
ORCHESTRA
Dr. Karl Muck, Conductor

OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH

NOVEMBER 8

FRITZ KRESLER, Violinist
Renok'ned Austrian Artist
DECEMBER 12
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH
Pianist
Distinguished Russian
Musician

FEBRUARY 28

HAROLD BAUER, Pianist

PABLO CASALS,
Violoncellist

An Unsurpassable Combin-
ation

SCHEDULE OF TICKET SALES

FRITZ KREISLER

As usual, each course ticket will contain a "cover-
coupon" to the value of $3.00 when exchanged for a
course ticket for the 1917 May Festival.
No person will be permitted to purchase more than
six tickets at any one time.
The management will not be responsible for errors
made in connection with orders given verbally or over
the telephone.
MAIL ORDERS will be filled in the order of receipt
from the old numbered seats (right hand halves of all
sections as the Auditorium is entered) in advance (ex-
cept for "Patrons' Tickets," see below), and will be
mailed out about Monday, October 9.
ALL PUBLIC SALES will take place in the box office
at Hill Auditorium unless otherwise announced.
BLOCK "A"-Monday, October 9-8:00 A. M.-All
seats on the Main Floor, and in the first six rows in the
First Balcony (except guest and patrons' tickets men-
tioned below) are included in this block at $4.00 each.
BLOCK "B"-Tiesday, October 10-8:00 A. M.-All
seats in the last nine rows of the First Balcony and the
Second Balcony Front entire are included in this block
at $3.50 each.
BLOCK "C"-Wednesday, October 11--8:00 A. ?.--All
seats in the Second Balcony Rear are included in this
block at $3.00 each.
PATRONS' TICKETS-In response to a demand that
such patrons as desire seats in a particular location

may have a better chance of securing seats of their
choice, an advance sale of tickets, designated "Patrons'
Tickets," will be held on Saturday Morning, October 7,
at 8:00 o'clock. At this time opportunity will be offered
to purchase choice of seats (except a limited number
reserved for specially invited guests) upon the payment
of $6.00 each. Mail orders for "Patrons' Tickets" will
be filled in the order of receipt immediately after those
who come in person have been waited upon. All tickets
purchased on this date will entitle the holder to the
privilege of having the same seats reserved for the 1917
May Festival provided the cover-coupons attached there-
to are returned on Saturday Morning, March 3, 1947,
and an additional reservation fee of $4.00 each is paid.
Coupons not presented for exchange on this date may
be exchanged later subject to the regulations governing
the regular sales of May Festival tickets to be announc-
ed later.
SINGLE CONCERT TICKETS--On Wednesday After-
noon, October 11, at 1:00 o'clock, all tickets which have
not been sold for the course will be broken up for single
concerts and offered for sale as follows: Main Floor,
$2.00; First Balcony, and Second Balcony Front, $1.50;
Second Balcony Rear, $1.00.

PABLO CASALJS

Address all orders for tickets to

CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.

DIL KARL MUCK

HAROLD BAUBR

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