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May 17, 1912 - Image 4

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Fcr Sale in Ann Arbor By
Wagner e Cormpany

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stival Goers are Inconvenienced by
Lack of Room to Accommo-
date Vehicles.
Some of the people who attended
e initial May Festival concert on
ednesday evening in carriages had
nsiderable difficulty in locating
eir respective vehicles at the close
the evening's entertainment. The
all driveway leading to the north
trance of University hall proved
small to satisfactorily accommo-
te the larae number of carriages

owded it. The
manner in
re parked ad-
patrons of the
securing their

the
in

aware that any confusion
I among the carriages
said C. A. Sink, secre-
chool of Music, when his
3 called to the matter.
er had complaints of the
ities at any of the for-
Arrangements will be
i. Marks, at once, to pre-
rence of any such troub-
mnrP hn d iv~taat :-

case

Prof. W. J. Hale Will Speak in Chicago
Prof. William J. Hale, of the chem-
istry faculty, left Ann Arbor last night
for Chicago. Tonight he will attend
the presentation of the Gibbs medal
to Prof. Theodore W. Richards of Har-
vard, .who spoke here yesterday, and
tomorrow he will address the Chicago
section of the American Chemical So-
ciety on, "A New Synthesis of the Cu-

MICHIGAMUA TO DISCARD
PAINT FOR DRESS SUITS.
With war paint and feathers dis-
carded in honor of the late peace pact,
Michigamua will don the evening dress
of the palefaces, and with the sjuaws
of the nation, will dance to the tom-
tom tonight. Much wisdom from tra-
dition and custom will be spoken by
Friendly Chief Cooley and Great Heart
Adams at the bison feast that will
be laid to celebrate the tenth moon
since the beginning of the noble tribe.
Many of the ancient tribesmen will
gather, from far distant villages,
about the .council fire to smoke the
pipe of peace with kinsmen. With the
rising of the sun over the hills of the
east country, in company with the
squaws and wise men, the 1912 nation
will enter the wigwam to divide the
last quail and venison before passing
into the land of the pale face.
ORATORIO BY ELGAR SCORES BIG
SUCCESS
(Continued from page 1.)
times and in the "Sanctus," which is
as difficult as any Wagnerian scene,
he demonstrated broad musicianship.
The pure lyric quality of his voice
was a pleasure to listen to, when
heard in such effective phrases and
solos as were in his role last night.
Mme. Nevada Van der Veer, who in
priv~ate life is Mrs. Reed Miller, ap-
peared to good advantage in the part
of the Angel. She succeeded- in
strengthening the position she won
for herself Wednesday evening.
Breadth of tone power; rich, mellow
quality; brilliant upper register (the
high A was magnificent); a charming
stage presence, all these the singer
posesses in abundance. She is an ar-
tist whom we shall hope to have herer
again.
The roles of the Priest and the An-
gel of Agony offered Herbert Wither-
spoon small opportunity to display, to
the fullest, his talents. He interpreted
what fell to his lot in such a way that
his hearers look with expectancy
to the performance of "Samson and
Delilah," Saturday night. To even the
most casual observer hours of diligent
rehearsing were visible in the work
of the Choral Union. Again we are
forced to resort to the negative super-
lative: not for many seasons has the
choral work been of so high an order.
The body of smooth full tone that was
obtained, the whisper-like apianissi-
mos, the blood-quickening climaxes
were a monument to the wonderful
ability of the director, Professor Stan-
ley, in obtaining startling' effects
from a body of amateur singers.
Today is the gala day of the festival.
For this afternoon an orchestra con-
cert has been arranged. The Brahms
Symphony No. 4 is the principal work,
and Florence Hinkle is the soloist.
Aha Gluck, the "star" of the festi-
val, sings tonight. Two arias and a
duet with Mr. Miller will serve . to
make known her art to the thousands
which have come to Ann Arbor at this
season. The orchestra will furnish
five numbers, and 'the program will
close with a Marche-Fantasie for or-
gan and orchestra, in which Llewellyn
Renwick will be soloist.

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The Ant
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Reserve

ROYA.

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ARE ELECTED
SOCIETY MEMBERS

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your
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Senior Society, the independent so-
ciety for women, elected ten junior
girls at its last meeting. The follow-
ing women were taken in: May White,
Florence Adams, Ruth Binns, -Amy
Barnum, Gertrude Moore, Helen Col-
lins, Edith Rings, Esyllt Jones, Ruth
Douglas, and Gladys Hammond.
Professors Arrange for German Play.
Professors J. A. C. Hildner and War-
ren W. Florer are in Detroit for the
day completing arrangements for the
Deutscher Verein play "Die Journal-
isten," which will be presented May
31 at the Garrick theater.

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