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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1919.

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MAY FESTIVAL "FAUST"
UNIESLY HONORED

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Abandoning law for the operatic
stage, Chevalier Fernando Carpi, ly-
ic tenor of the Metropolitan Opera
house, who sings the role of "Faust"
in the last concert of the May festival
series, May 17, in Hill auditorium, has
added an historical characteristic to
the concert stage.
He is the son of a great tenor of
world renown who was in the zenith
of his power a quarter of a century
ago. Carpi was born in Florence,
Italy. He studied for the bar, giving
no thought to the possibility of a
musical inheritance. At a reception
given in honor of the elder Carpi, a
friend forced the young law student to
assist in the entertainment of the
guests. Then and there Carpi's fu-
ture was decided.
Triumph in London
His debut at Covent Garden, Lon-
don, was a triumph. He has sung
throughout Europe, Asia, North and
South America. Recently he has been
re-engaged for a third term at the
Metropolitan.
In 1910 Fernando Carpi was made a
Chevalier by Don Manuel II, the last
of the Portuguese kings, who per-
sonally decorated him. The event
was the crowning feature of Signor
Carpi's triumph at the San Carlos the-
ater, at Lisbon. He also received
honors at the Spanish court, Madrid,
and is a Chevalier of the Crown of
Italy through a decoration bestowed
upon him by King Victor Emanuel
III in recognition of his artistry and
diligent efforts in behalf of the Ital-
ian Red Cross. He enjoys equal fav-
or in France where his last appear-
ance was in "Don Pasquale" at the
Paris opera in 1916 for the benefit of
the French wounded soldiers.
Favorite with Artists
Chev. Carpi possesses facial charac-
teristics so strongly individualistic
that they have attracted artists wher-
ever he has appeared. The sculp-
tures of Carpi from the atelier of C.
S. Paulo, a gifted young Italian work-
er in bronze and clay, have made this
artist famous. ,
The other members in the cast of
"Faust" are: Marguerite. Anna Fit-
ziu; Mephistopheles; Andres de Se-
gurola; Valentine, Emilio de Gogorza;
Siebel and Marta, Minerva Kolnenars-
ki; Wagner, Robert Dieterle; maid-
ens, old women, students, and soldiers,
The Choral union.
HIGH CLASS MEN NEEDED IN
TRY-OUTS FOR GLEE CLUB

Ricken backer Has
Great 7Movie 'Sat.
One of the interesting features of
Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker's lecture of
his experiences in the air which is to
be given in Hill auditorium Saturday
evening will be several reels of mo-
tion pictures of actual air fighting on
the western front and many slides tak-
en from captured Germans.
The motion pictures it is claimed
are the only ones ever taken of real
air battles and will no doubt be a treat
alone. The slides which were made
from German pictures will show how
the Huns saw our air fighters and
other points behind our lines which
they had reason to be interested in.
More than an hour of the entertain-
ment will be devoted to the screen
exhibition.
Included in Rickenbacker's talk will
be a description of his view of the
American doughboys beating back the
Prussian guard, the flower of the Ger-
man armies, in Belleau Woods. Rick-
enbacker returning from a scouting
trip happened over the field as the
Americans went over the top. The
ace of aces lingered over the field un-
til his petrol supply ran low and on
returning to his hanger said that those
men who went over that day were
much more deserving to the title of
Ace of Aces than he.
PLANES EXPECTED
HERE THIS WEEK
Airplanes from Selfridge which
were to have visited Ann Arbor last
week in an effort to encourage local
young men to enlist in the air service
will probably come next week.
Selfridge officials intended covering
Michigan cities first but the war de-
partment topk direct charge of the
campaign and decided that the large
cities would be entertained by the fly-
ing circus first.
The fleet of Curtiss and de Havi-
lands have been sent to Toledo for a
week. It has been planned to have
the planes back to the local field for
the Michigan campaign at the end of
this week.
Should the ground dry up the Self-
ridge flyers plan to bring the big Ital-
ian Caproni to Ann Arbor and other
nearby cities. The plane is 76 feet
across the wings and is driven by
three Liberty motors. It carries ,11
passengers and was designed to carry
several tons of bombs.

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Where is it?
STl". THOS. HALL
When is it?
Friday, May 211919, 8130 p. mn
Jiusic--Phil Diamond and other je/vels.
This Invites Everyone Admission 35c

Entertainers, desiring to try-out for
such positions with the Glee club,
should see Charles R. Osius, Jr., be-
tween 3 and 4 o'clock Friday after-
noon, room 1, Press building.
Men who can carry out feature acts,
give comedy skits, or render mono-
logues in a high class manner are
wanted. This represents the first time
that an endeavor has been made by
the Glee club to secure entertainers.
These men will belong to the club
and be taken on all of the trips. Be-'
tween songs it will be their duty to
amuse the audience with their skits.
From the number that appear the
three men, who present the highest
class entertainment, will be chosen.
Grover Farnsworth, a prominent
rowing critic, says that Pennsylvania's
crew has great things ahead this sea-
son.
Princeton's freshman track team de-
feated Lawrenceville by a score of 84
to 24.
CLASSIFIED
FOR SALE
FOR ,SALE-Tickets for first three
May Festival concerts. First bal-
cony. Call Coggan after 2 p. m.
1324-J.
FOR SALE-Student furnishings for
three room flat. Call 625 E. Lib-
erty, door 1.
,FOR SALE- A Soph Prom Ticket.
Call 143-J.
FOR SALE-One mandolin and case.
Call 670-J.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Canoe storage, Morris
Canoes, Old Town Canoes. Used
Canoes for Sale. Easy payments.
Saunders Canoe Livery.
MISCELLANEOUS
COLLEGE WOMEN - If you wish
light work .in ideal vacation sur-
roundings this summer call 1212-M
after 7 p. m.
MISCELLANEOUS - Saxaphones re-

Teaching positions in Michigan
schools have been secured by the ap-
pointment committee for the follow-
ing seniors;
Irene Henderson, history, St. Claire;
J. Doris Anderson, French, Dowagiac;
Gertrude Beierlein, French, Coldwater;
Mabel Bannister, English and public
speaking, Coldwater; John Joseph
Schafer, superintendent, Midland;
Rubie Mann, mathematics, Hastings;
Florence Crissman, French, Charlotte;
Catherine Frost, English, Mt. Pleas-
ant; Irene Kerr, history, Mt. Pleas-
ant; Alice Hoelyle, English and pub-
lic speaking, Wayne; Guy Fox, prin-
cipal, Hfllsdale; Grace Travis, history
and Latin, Marine City; Laura Hal-
stead, principal, and English, Clare;
Marguerite Swanson, natural science,
Alma; Alleine O'Meara, history, Hills-
dale; Orpha Culmer, mathematics, Ann
Arbor; Paul B. Clark, science, Mount
Clemens; LeNada Kay, principal, his-
tory, and English, Olivet; Ruth Smit,
history, Hastings;' Dorothy Armstrong,
English, Hastings; Hope Ferguson,
French, Birmingham; Phyllis Eggles-
tone, French, Alma; Rosamond Rog-
ers, history, Benton Harbor.
Five graduates were also placed: A.
C. Morrison, '16, principal, Saginaw,
west side; Blanche Wood, grad., Lat-
in, Central High School, Detroit; Ber-
enice Hannan, '16, French and Eng-
lish, Mt. Clemens; Marguerite Schneid-
er, '18, commercial work, Niles; Olga
Perschbacher, '18, history, Fremont.
CONFERENCE GOLF TO
BECOME MAJOR SPORT
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