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VOL V. No. 162.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN]V S XPUR DA Y.I MAY 18. 18935.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

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A BRILLIANT OPENING.
SECOND MAY FESTIVAL BEGAN
WITH FLATTERING PROSPECTS.
ThelConcert Rendered by PultOr-
_chestra,_Choral, Union and:Emin-
F ent Soloists-Miss> Stewart and
Rieger Seemed to Ibe the] Favor-
ites-The Programs for Today.
It is safe to say that University hail
never before held such a multitude of
people as assembled there last niglt te
hear the epeuiug routedt of the secoud
aunual May Festival. The flocks f
people who crowded froiu the firt
fleer to the gallery iu a vain search
fer seats were met by equal Dumbers
on a similar hunt, and at the egin-
niug of the coucert uearly eight hun-
dred were standing. At S o'clock the
Choral Uuion filed iu upon the large
temporary stage followed shortly by
the Bostou Festival orchestra, present-
lug when seated an imposiug appear'
anee.
The program was opened by ani
overture, "Anacreon," by Cherubini,
exquisitely performed by the orchestra
of 5it pieces, under the efficient coin-
ductorship of Emit Mollenhauer. tFol-
lowing appeared Miss Gertrude Stein.
whose solo, the "Concert Scene" by
Tschaikowski, was received with
warnm applause. After a vorspil from
"Lohengrin," performed by the orelies-
tra, Mr. Wum. 1t. tRieger sang W ate's
Prize. Song from "Die Miestersinger,"
responding to enthusiastic applause
with a second solo. Following the
orchestra's rendition of the sym'phony
in H minor by Schubert. Miss Rtose
Stewart umade hor appearance and
sang the aria fronm Graun's "Dec Ted
Jlesu." To the tremsendous applatuse
which greeted her solo Mliss Stewart
responded with anothser of great ex-
pre~ssion and sweetness.
The following sole, the bass aria
lfrom "La Juive," was sung by air.
Win, I. Clarke. Mr. Clarke has a
voiee of groat depth and strengtih cn-
bined with perfeet .1oxibility. The
Entre Act from Chabrierrs "G~wendlo-
line" perforumed by the orchestra was
followed by the quartet from Hoet-
hoven's "Fidelio" sung with great
effect by the four soloists of the even-
ing.. The program was closetS with
the March and Chorus from "Taun-
hauser," sung by the Choral Union
and accompanied by the orchestra.
The last number was well given, in
spite of the comewhat insufilci'nt prac-
tice of the Union on ,his piece.
The third concert of the Festival
occur at 2:30 'clock this afternoon

CLARENCE EDDY.
with the following proiml:- tot TO DEBT) E WITH CHIICAGO.
Sied'Ocehestra, "L'Aetesienie,-".___3zt1vD BT .Peue
b. aMinetto MICHIGAN WILL CONTEST IN '90
c. Ata-'ietta.WT HT NVRIY
d. Carillon.WIHTA UNVRTY
Aria from 'La Reinie deS aba...-s..Guet -
Mliss GertrudeAl y Stini. Proposed by Oue Representatives
Stabileiserpream--------------- aganiini
Playredtby alt the First Violins, at Iowa City-Chicago Signified
Polacca from "I l'sritant,".-n--- eliti Acceptance Wednesday Night.
lit's Rose Steeart.
Piano Concerete, Op. 22 it) G minor..___
----- aint-Saens 11c'e~ l ersEntt e ett
t1ile.IMartinsS irocekieg.uihg'srps ttie wnto
Bair altet easrm"h3enry Eightth"__Gereman thu Norllticre fratoi rill <l;-io r'on-
a. Morins Iance.
b. Shephierdiess. testat I owa c('it,-authorized to i-x-
e. 'orcliDanee.
P'izzicato ------------- -----Latann l tenid aniniltaltionl is tho nrepli'i5l~re'-
Overature, "Mlelpomen,".__ _--Chadwicki
Thsecoincludiiigcrerct is te ldrai- si'itimit thi-aceoute catity litnn-hi-
iisatle legemid, tBorlioz's "Damination of tisisto thie'holdig oft'Iii itereotto-
t'aust," in whirlh the following soloists iatei'hlistl nixt yeair. 't'hits rlalleitov

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M~me. Lillian. Nortlica, Mlargaretha.
William IL.IRieer, Faucst.
ltax THeinrichi, Sloplistoplllls.
W~illiamiicIt.Clarke'ltracner.
Hostont Festivail Orchcestra.
The sceneslire' laid its fellonss
Scene I.-tPlainls of Htungary. Sce'e
II.-Fauist',Study. Scee. il-Auem-
bach's Cellar, Leipzig. Scecle' IV.-
Ranks of the Elbe. Sieno V-Macga-
sietha and Faust. Scene VI-Iidt, to
Hell. Scene VII.--- Pandemniumen.
Scene VIII.-Trpotic'sis of Mlacga-
oetha.
High School Team Today.
Tile following will he the ItHigli
School playemrs and substitcutes in the
game with Orchard Lake at the fair
grounds this afiernoon: Maynard,
Donnelly and dePont, battery; War-
rien, Rockwell, Condon, Brown, Cor-
busier, Itartman; Dulfy, Wrintbuirg,
Swift, Miller, Springeor, Andereon.
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arranmgedilaiter.
The Western Trip.
Tue 'varsaity bseball amill Pils its
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Univcrsity, at Mliineaioli,Stay 22;
Wisconsimn Umniveisity, at Maidisoni,
May 23; Beloit College'. at Heloit, Wis..
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