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Day
24
Month
March
Year
1886
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Manager Sawyer will bnng tortli sucn an array of talent during next inonth as was never before glven to the people of Ann Arbor in so short a period of time. Here is the list: April lst - Fannie Davenport. April 5- Sol srnlth Ruell. April 8 -Mangle Mltchell. April- Arthur Kehan, "A Night Off." April 14- Annle Plxley. April 17- Salisbury '8 Troubadore. April 26 to May 1- Staart' Theatre Co. It would seem, even though it is Leut, tliat sucli unusual attractions as these would HU the opera house to overflowlng. Prof. W. H. Pettee is to address the Ann Arbor Scientific Association tomorrow eveninjr, having Salt for his subject. If he would wait a couplc of weeks he might very appropriHtely add a whole Rivor to iu A unión social and buppcr will be glvcn at the old Baptist church, on Friilay evenin5 next, celebratinj!; the 9th anniversary of the old Red Ribbon Reform Club. All raembersof temperance organizations and friends are invited to be present. Admission .") ets. Mrs. Mary A. Woodbridgo will spunk to the lililíes of Ann Arbor, in the parlors of the Presbytcrian church, Friday aftcrnoon at 4 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. Tliiiro ia tr, lïo BAn wl li tl ir pnUrplv npw llHlt IH tu uu auiiieLuiii; i uiui:j ucw and novel at the Grand open house next Friday nijrlit, March 2fth. The greatest living magician and conjurer, Eildy, will jjive one of nis wonderful exhibltions, supported by a full troupe and accompanied by the celebrated Boston quartet. Popular prlces. An entertainment will be given at the M. E. church, on Wednesday erening, April 7th, which Jias never had a duplícate in Ann Arbor. It will be a "Mother Goose'1 concert, with a chorus of seventy-five voices, composed entirely of children. Some of the young soloists are Misse9 Francés Waldron, Birdie Best, Carrie Pattengill, Margy Knowlton, Vira Kitridge, Hattie Bourns, Mattie Slater, Bessie Tolcliard, Florence Green, Minnie Beeman, Birdie Chute, Flossle Spence, Nina Fall, Millie Gillett, Blanche Green, etc, etc. The concert is in the charge of Mrs. Flora B. Hall, who is sparing neitlier time nor pains to secure ltssuccess.

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Ann Arbor Courier
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