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VIICHIGAN DAILY

-I ,A

he.,Big Spring,,
Drive Has Started

II

TAKE YOUR
Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer

who has an established reputation, .and you
Results that will not be a disappointnment.

will be assured of

d you will be torced out of the trenches into the sun's rays on Easter
orning and how will that old suit ]ook then? With Easter only
WVO weeks away you will have to hurry and place your order, or
;herwise go home in that old trench suit that has seeni better days.
You are now in 'danger of being overtaken with the big guns that
.ve already blasted away many of the best patterns, very lucky for
u the NEW reinforcements have already arrived aind with your urm-
ediate assistance there is still time to save your face on Easter
:orning.
General Von Style is still able to hold hill No. 305 with a strong
rce of models to draw on, in fact I am sure you will find a style that
ill suit you, and with MALCOL1M'S tailoring you will be pleased to
t out of the ready. made trench and stand on firm ground such as all
en with red blood desire. '

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W iAI'S GOING ON

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Pop. Mat. Wed k . April 2
Best Seats $x Q 1INght
50 to $2.00
DETROIT
EMMA DUNN in
'"' D LADY 31"

J. K. MALCOLM

EAST LIBERTY

MALCOLM BLOCK(

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(AJESTICI

W PLAYING

dd Hoyft'sMIns Trels
The Best in Vaudeville
VVood, Melville and
Phillips
ongs, Dances, and Stories
Grace' De Wintres
"Ventriloqui al Surprises"
The 'Bimbos
.onedy Novelty Acrobats
:xtra Special Attraction
Princess Kalanna
Hawaiian Night's
*entertainment

HO0LD CONTINUOUS SESSION
TO PREVENT FILIBUSTERING
Washington, April 3.-At the meet-
ing of the senate steering committee1
it was decided to hold a continuous
session of the senate from 10 o'clock
tomorrow until the war bill is acted
upon.
It i's the purpose of the committee
to prevent any filibustering or delay
to the war resolution such as was
caused lately by Senator LaFollette.

tToday
4 o'clock-Fresh lits meet in Natur-
al Science lecture room.
4:15 o'clock-Twilight recital at :Hill
auditorium.
7:30 o'clock- Adelphi-Webster de-
bate in room B, Law building.
S o'clock-Choir oratorio at St. An-
drew's Episcopal church.
8:15 o'clock- "Fools' Paradise" at
Whitney theater.
Tomorrow
4:15 o'clock-French lecture in Na-
tural Science lecture room.
5 o'clock- Spanish club meets in
room 101, south wing University hall.
7 :30 o'clock-Bird club meeting in
room 355 Natural. Science building.
8 o'clock-Shakespearian students
present "Hamlet" in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
L'-Notices
All students desiring to tape speclhd
trains for Chicago, Cleveland, or Buf-
falo should sign up at the Union desk
as soon as possible. These trains will
be run at cost.
All competitors for the position of
master of properties for the French'
play should call Lloyd Curby, '17L, at
1780 as soon as possible.
Band rehearsal at 7 Welock tonight
in University Hall. Band Bounce tick-
ets should be settled for.
Consulting and associate editors of
the Inlander will meet at 4 o'clock to-
day in the Inlander offices.

~'ho~eag' ~w
MoI.-Ttles.-2-3-Clara Kimball Young
in"e., PiceShe Paid." Mat., 15c;
W'ed.-4-J3thel Barrymore in "The
White Raven" (Ret.) and Christie
Comedy.
Thurs.-5--George Walsh and Anna
Luther in "Melting Millions" and
Charlie Chaplin in "The Rink."
(Rlet.) 15c.
OphiumTheatre
Ialtinc.e , .00-3 .30, Evening, 6.45,
B.15, 9.30-
S aturday.- H oli days continuous.
Wcd .-4-Wffi. Morrison and Frankie
Mfann in "The Girl Who Did Not
( are." Also Chip Comedy. Even-
1ing 15C.
Tliurs.-Fri.-5~-6-Vivian Martin in
"The Wax Model." Also Paramount
Comedy. Evening i 5c.
Sat. ---7-Dlorothy Dalton in "Chicken 1
Casey." Also Triangle Comedy, "A
(grab Bag Bride." E vening 15e.
Jimuior enlgineers pay dues front 9
to 12 o'clock today in the Enginieering
society rooms.
S inor engineers report at 7 o'clock
tonight in the handball courts, east of
the locker room in Waterman gyml-

ARCADE
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We have unsurpassed accomodations for group photographs
MAIN STUDIOS
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Perfect P(-)rtraitures
"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
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ANN ARBOR - DETROIT

Goodhew Floral, Co,
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321

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Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.

nasium. All men with military exper-
ience report to L. F. Dieterich or M. D.
Anderson.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. t

Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and .
sized without injury. Koch & Hene. ft
My diamonds are fine quality and
reasonably priced. J. L. Chapman,
Jeweler. 113 Mai St.- -Adv. wed-eod

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CHRISTINE MILLER

CHASE B. SIKES

GUSTFF HOLMQUIST

MARGARETE

MATZENAUER

Ann Arbor 9e y F estil al

A. A. STANLEY

FREDERICK STOCK

ANNA SCHRAM-IMIG

FIRST CONCERT-May 2, 8:00 o'clock
Soloist: Mmne. Louise Homer, Contralto
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Conductor : Mr. Frederick Stock
Overture--"Othello," Opus, 93........Dvorak
aria--"C he faro scuza Euridice"....... Glutck
Mmne. Louise Homner
Symphony No. 3, F major, Op. 90..Brahms
aria-"Mobil Signor," from "The Prophet,"
... . . . . . .. . . . . . . Meyerbeer
Mine. Homer
A Dance Rhapsody................... Delius
Aria- 11 est doux, it est bon," from
1Herodiade .....:............ ..Vilasseinet
Symphonic Poem-"Finlandia," Opus 26,
No. 7 ............... .........Sibelius
SECO}NIDCONCERT-A.ay 3, 8:00 o&clock
"The Dreamn of Gerontius"............Algar
Soul of Gcrontius.. Mr. MHorgan Kingston
Angel ................ Miss Christine "Miller
The' Priest ...... ...W illiam Wade 1--inshaws.
angel of the Agony .... Mr. Gustaf Holmnquist
1Demiots, Angelicals, Souls..............
. ..Th e C h o r a l U n i o n
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
M1r. Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
Mr. JEarl V. Moore, Organist

TIIIRD) COIN CRT--alay 41, 2:30 o'clock
Soloist : Miss Ethel Leginska, Pianist
Children's Chorus
The Chiicago Symphony Orchestra
Mr. Albert A. Stanley and Mr. Frederick
Stock; Conductors
National Anthem
"The Walrus and The Carpe>.ter"... .Fletchei,
Symphony C major, "Jupiter" (Rachel 550)
Concerto for Pianoforte, No. 4, D minor,
Opuis 70.............. ......... Rubinstein
FOURTH CONCEI'rT--.ay 4, 8:00 o'clock
Soloist : Mxie. Amelita Galli-Curci, Soprano
*The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: M~r. Frederick Stock
Oetr- iglsCv"...MnesonAria-"Caro Nome," from "Rigoletto". . Verdi
Minme. Galli-Curci
Symphony No. 3. E major ............Alfven
Aria from "The Magic Flute".. ... ..MTozartw
Mine. Amelita Galli-Curci
Molly on the Shorej
Mlock Morris C.'.......... Grain ger
Shepherd's I-ey
Aria-"Pell Song," from 'Lakme". , . Delibcs
1Mie. Galli-Curci
"Siegfried's Rhine jouney," from "Die
(;dtterdahmmeruiig" .............Wagner

FIFTHI CONCERT --ay 5, 2:30 o'clock
I1irs. Anna Schram-I mig, Contralto
Rich-n d Kcy., Biggs, Organist
Sonata 1in G 7minor ...... ..... . . .....PiuLtti
(a) $clnnerzecn........... . .......Wlagtncr
(b) Zur Ruh .................1Olf
(c) Zueignung...... ...............Strauss
Meditation from 1st Symphony........ Widor
. Scherzo...... ....................Dethier
Fantasia in C minor.................. Bach
Chant de Printenips.................Bonnet
Elfes......... .................. .Bonnet
(a ) I any thy Ilarp ...............Woodnian,
(b) Cry of Rachel .................. Salter
(c) bird of the NWilderness........ Horsnmai
Liebestod from "Tristan"......TJ'agnaer
Sakuintala, Overture ..............Goldinurk
SIXTH CONCERT-M1ay 5, 8:00 o'clock
"Aia" (Opera in Four Acts)..........Verdi
Aida.......................... Maude Fay
Amn enis.............Ma rgarete Matzenauer
H igh Priestess............ Lois M. Johnston
Radamnes ...............Giovonni Martinelli
Amonasro ............... Giuseppe De Luca
Ramnphis...........\Villiam Wade Hinshaw
The King ................ Gustaf Holmquist
'The Mces,<cnoer .............. Chase 11. Sikes
Priests, Priestesses, Soldiers, Ministers, and
Captains, The People, Slave Prisoniers..
.....The Choral Union
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Mr. Albert A. Stanley

ETHEL LEGINSKA

LIAM WADE HINSHAW

May 2, 3949,591917

Course
SCHOOL
Single Concert'

Tickets now on
OF MUSIC - - $4,00
Tickets after April 23, at

Sale at
and '$5.00
$1.00 and $1.50

LOIS M. JOHNSTON

LOUISE HOMEiR

GIUSEPPE de LUCA UIAWKSJIGi

MORGAN KINGSTON

MAUDE FAY

RICHARD KEYS BIGGS

WANNI MARTINELLI

)VANNI MAR.L.LDJ4~LL1 MORGAN KINGSTON MAUDE FAY

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