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Of the "Wliite Slave," tliat will be brought out for the people of Ann Arbor on Tuesday evening January 27th, Ht the grand opera house, Puck, the gréat New York comic paper taya: A Slave Is always magnetlc and interestlng on the stage- be lt a black slave, or a bounü slave, or a galley slave, or Indeed, a "White Slave gucli as now prevalls at Haverly's Fourteenth Street Theatre. THe author Is Mr. Harlley Campbell and hls wort has achleved nlready a popular suecess. Mr. Campbell has hit the popular nall squarely on the liead and the theatrels nigbtly packed in consequence. And the Pittsburgh Leader of September Cth, expresse9 its opinión in this manner : The "White Slnve" was i)layed the past week to a great business, the house being full every evening, and at the matinee yesterday, despite the rain niany were turned awuy, and tliere was twenty-two bundred :inil iiinety-one people In the house. .Baseball at the rink Saturday nlgfet, between the Unlversity club and the Detrolts (professionals.) It will be an event in the life time of man y of our citizens, the hearing of Rafaell Josefty, the Hungarian, and probably the greatest pianist in the world. He is assisted by Mrs G. K. Ilaviland the popular soprano, Miss Alary L. Wood, accompanist, and the Ampliion Club, making all together a combiiiation that t wil] be difflcult to excel n polotof ftiertt. Foran evening's entertaininent tliat will be refmed and edifyinr, Hiere never been produccd hete anytblng tliat will compare with tbis concert. Of JosefTy the New York Tribune says: "Tlie bt'auty of Josefly's playlng has bccome a twice told tale, bat one never tires ot' it. for he s constantly developing añil mataring, and each new performance diacloMl somc charm wliicli bc liail nt feit bc f ore.'" Next weck Friday oceurs tbe creat masquerade at the íoller rink. Prepare for one of tbe b#"est times on record. Everybody who stand up on skates will be there, and tbose who cannot will come to look on.


Ann Arbor Courier
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