In presenting the tragedian, Mr. Walker Whiteside, to the theatergoers of Ann Arbor, his management feel that their efforts will be met with a hearty endorsement by intellectual theater-goers, who always have and will appreciate sincerity coupled with germine merit. His hold on the public has been steadily growing, keeping pace with the recognition of his rare genius. No artificial methods are employed in his various impersonations. He simply exchanges his intelligence with his auditors, creating a bond of sympathy that invariably ripens into respect and admiration for the man, his art, and the rare virtues that nature has endowed him with. Brains, research and artistic ability are employed. He appears at the Grand Opera House, Nov. 3d, in Richard III.