GAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1911.
A |ARTISTS FOR' MAY
DUE TO ALL;I
higan Union opcr1i.
last night when Ra-
love and longing for
auties of 4,000 years
nal potioh of Isis and
rgeous mummy case.
on a scene of riotous
; and the finale was
and again by the en-
numbers which have
re again much in evi-
given encore upon en-
ned effect, scenically
Alma Gluck, Gerville-Reache,
and Thomas Orchestra
Will take Part
SEAT SALE COMES IN FEBRUARY.
Though the nineteenth annual May
Festival is still several months distant,
nearly all of the artists have been en-
gaged. The star is to be Miss Alma
Gluck, soprano, of the Metropolitan
Opera Company. She will be the at-
traction for the Friday evening con-
cert. Miss Gluck is a singer of won-
derful personality, and one who du-.
plicates her operatic successes upon
the concert stage.
For the title roles in "Samson and
Delilah," which is the opera selected
for the Saturday evening performance,
Mine. Gerville-lcadhe, contralto, and]
municipal landscape improvement
various American cities have been c
fected and filed at the library. TI
new collection will be of especial
terest to students of architecture a
landscape design, as well as to tho
who have at heart the plans for a"ca
The reports have been compiled
Librarian Theodore W. Koch, in c
go, San I
Ellison Van Hoose, tenor, have been
hing of the play. secured. Both of these singers are
st opera yet" can popular members of the Chicago Opera
ally apportioned Company and have won marked suc-
nd composers, the cess in this opera.
the managtment, Reed Miller, tenor, who was heard
Matthews, Fixel at the Festival last year,' will re-
es that Michigan turn again to take the tenor role in
Arthur Cohen as the "Dream of Gerontius." His quality
formance remark- of Guvoice is peculiarly adapted to the
natic power, and style of music in Elgar's great orato-
D. R. Cohn was rio. His wife, Nevada Van der Veer,
rand vizier. The contralto, and Florence Hinkle, so-
erty as Lalla last prano, have also been secured as solo-
best he has done ists for the Wednesday evening and
ebler made a real Friday afternoon concerts.
ady, and John the As usual the Thomas Orchestra of
M. F. Fischer, was Chicago with Frederick Stock as con-
e McMahon sang ductor will provide the instrumental
n" as no one else accompaniment for the five programs.
r principals were Professor Stanley has not, as yet, giv-
ed each his share en out a detailed list of the orchestral
>rus was in excel- and vocal works to be presented, but
through its work an evenly balanced series is assured,
ion. From start in which both 1modern and classical
rilliant perform- schools will be represented.
The annual reservation of seats for
the Festival will be held some time
MPETE iN in February
get out a
to the bu
work of t
al Peace Oratorical contest
held tomorrow night at 8
room B of the Law building,
urpose of electing a repre-
to the state contest. Three
ries have been held and
were selected from each
George Packard, H. B. Schuerman,
C. C. Harbison, Sol Blumrosen, R. A.
Collins and P. V. Blanchard are the
contestants who will, speak tomorrow.
saw Fraternity Observes Founders Day
Phi Delta Phi, the law fraternity
ounded here in 1869, celebrated "Foun-
ders Day" yesterday. At a banquet
held at the Union last evening, Dean
Henry M. Bates acted as toastmaster
and Prof. Floyd R. Mechem, of the
University of Chicago, was the guest
of honor. Toasts were responded to
by Walle Merritt, Prof. E. 0. Goddard,
and Frank Simmons of Detroit.
1912 MICIIGANENSIAN TO
BE LAUGEST EVER ISSUED.
Work on the 1912 Michiganensian
is progressing rapidly, contracts for
the printing and engraving having al-
ready been awarded. The book, which
will be printed on white triomphe
stock, will contain 672 pages, making
the 1912 annual the largest ever put
out by a senior class.
Every effort is being made to bring
out the year book some time in April,
and the work so far is greatly in ad-
Vance of last year at this time. All
compus organizations are urged to
-et their copy in at the earliest pos-
Walter Eckersall Sued for Divorce.
Walter Eckersall, well known Chi-
cago football ,critic and former Uni-
rersity of Chicago player, has beenI
made the defendant in a suit for di-
vorce brought by his wife. The Eck-
ersalls were married in 1909.
The resh 1
at the Union
at 8 o'clock.
ate as toastu
as several si
vsIYert an hurcb
Rev. L. A. Barrett, Minister
Morning Worship, 10:30. University Bible Classes, 12:10. C. E., 6:30.
3:00 p. n., Informal Xmas Sing, at IlcMilIan HalI
Fencing Class For Women Organized.
Under the direction of Prof. C. L. Df
Muralt a class in fencing has been or-
ganized for the women students of the
university and the wives of faculty
members. The class meets twice a
week at Barbour gymnasium. After
the holidays definite plans will be an-
u.ounced, and it is probable that a cl o
will be formed.
Forestry Graduate Visits Old Hamnts,
C. Stowell Smith, '06 Forester, is
ack in Ann Arbor for the holidays. Mr.
Smith is now assistant U. S. district
forester in San Francisco, Cal.
ensively throughout the world and has received degrees from pr
-ess the Y. M. C. A. meeting tonight. Come to Newberry Hall