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SECURED FOR FESTIVA
EVENT BRINGS MEMBERS OF
METROPOLITAN AND CHICAGO
Fernando Carpi, Italian tenor, has
been secured for the title role in the
performance of "Faust" for the Sat-
urday evening concert of the Victory
Coftnemorative Festival to take place
from May 14 to 17 in Hill auditorium.
The list of artists includes represen-
tatives of the Metropolitan and Chica-
go Grand Opera companies, as well
as other musicians not associated
with either of these organizations.
The Festival program in general will
be as follows:
First concert, Wednesday evening,
May 14-Chicago Symphony orches-
tra, Frederick Stock, conductor; Rosa
Ponselle, prima donna soprano of the
Metropolitan Opera company, soloist;
the program will be miscellaneous,
abounding in orchestral selections
which will serve as a background for
the offerings of the soloist.
Second concert, Thursday evening,
May 15-Chicago Symphony orches-
tra, University Choral Union, Prof.
Albert A. Stanley, conductor; "Fair
Land of Freedom" (Professor Stan-
ley); "Ode to Music" (Hadley); sol-
ists, Lois M. Johnston, soprano; Merle
Alcock, contralto; Arthur Hackett,
tenor; Gustaf Holmquist, bass.
Third concert, Friday afternoon,
May 16-Chicago Symphony orchestra,
Frederick Stock, conductor; Ossip
Gabrilowitch, pianist, and conductor
of the Detroit Symphony orchestra.
Fourth concert, Friday evening, May
16 Chicago Symphony orchestra,
Frederick Stock, conductor; operatic
selections and songs by Louise Hom-
er of the Metropolitan Opera com-
Fifth condert, Saturday afternoon,
May 17-Recital on the Columbian
Exposition organ by Charles M. Cour-
boin, Belgian organist.
Sixth concert, Saturday evening,
May 17-Chicago Symphony orchestra,
University Choral Union; Albert A.
Stanley, conductor; "Faust" (Gou-
nod); soloists, Anna Fitziu, soprano,
Chicago Opera company, "Margue-
rite;" Minerva Komenarski, Polish
contralto, "Siebel;" Fernando Carpi,
Italian tenor of the Metropolitan and
Chicago Opera companies, "Faust;"
Emilio de Gogorza, Spanish baritone,
"Valentine;"'Robert R. Dieterle, bari-
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"With the Doughboys from Paris to
the Rhine," will be the subject of a
lecture by Dr. Charles T. Baylis at 8
o'clock Friday night, in Hill auditor-
ium. This talk will be given under
the auspices of the University Orator-
icai association, and will be illustrated4
by slides and films.I
Dr. Baylis is known as a speaker,
writer, and, traveler, having but re-
cently returned from France where
his travels over the battlefields ex-
ceeded 1,000 miles. He was the last
civilian to leave the war areas behind
the Hun lines before America took up
arms, and the first civilian to break
the great blockade when all ships
had been driven to cover.
A community sing will precede the
OPENING DATES FOR 1919
SUMMER SESSION ANNOUNCED
Opening dates for the various
school and colleges in the 1919 sum-
mer session cor rerpond ipractically
to those of last year. The calendar
in full will be: June 20 and 21, reg-
istration in the Law school;s June 23,
Grand Opening Night
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