100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 07, 1919 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1919-05-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN [)AILY

ANNA FITZIU tO SING AS
MAR.GUERITE LIN FAUST
At the Metropolitan opera house,
Anna Fitziu who sings the role of
Marguerite in "Faust," Saturday even-
ing, May 17, in Hill auditorium, re-
cently introduced the "Goyescas" of
Granados and was recognized as
America's leading interpreter of
Spanish music.
It has become a tradition among
modern composers to seek the per-
sonality of Miss Fitziu for the creation
of new and important roles. In Italy
Montemezzi honored her in "L'Amore
dei tre Re," the most significant opera
of the present century, while the vet-
eran, Mancinelli, selected her as the
heroine of his "Paola and Frances-
ca." Last season the title role of
Henry Hadley's "Azora" was entrusted
to her. Miss Fitziu's singing and act-
ig were the main features of its pre-
miere both in Chicago and New
York.
Before the war broke out Miss Fitziu
had won an enviable reputation in
Europe. Within a few months after
her return to her native country she
had become a member of the Metro-
politan Opera house, later touring the
musical centers of both North and
South America.
The various royalties have showered
gifts upon her, among the most priz-
ed of which is a gold, jeweled brooch
surmounted by the crown in brilliants
pinned upon the corsage of her gown
by Victoria, queen of Spain.
She has sung for the soldiers in
France in the trenches and has con-
certized upon various occasions for the
benefit of the Allied soldiers.
SALVAGING OF "VINDICTIVE"
RESULTS IN STRAINING HULL

BENEFICIAL WORK IS DONE
AT NEW COM. UNITY HOUJSE
Purpose is to Establish Firmer Pat-
riotic Feeling Among Foreign
Element of City
One of the important aims of the
Ann Arbor Community house is to es-
tablish a civic and national feeling
among the foreigners of the city.
Many plans have been laid wherein to
instruct, entertain and interest such
people. A reunion of the Greeks in
Ann Arbor will be held Thursday night
at therCommunity house. Lectures
and a program will be provided under
the direction sof Miss Carrie Dicken.
The house is also caring for children
whose parents are unable or unfit to
provide for them. Even children un-
der one year are taken in temporarily.
At present four children are being
maintained by the Community house.
Classes in dressmaking, cooking and
hygiene are under way and are ex-
pected to be fully organized and op-
erating within two weeks. These
classes will be open to any woman in
the city 'wishing to profit by such
training.
SORORITIES PLAY TIE GAME;
WON'T PLAY EXTRA INNING
Alpha Phi and Pi Beta tied with a
score of 9 to 9 in the third game of
the women's baseball league, played at
5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Fight was the keynote of the entire
game and some real playing was wit-
nessed by the spectators. Norma
Mark of the Pi Phi team made a home
run, while Ruth Miner of the Alpha
Phi team caught the ball in the last
inning when the bases were full and
two out, which tied the game.
The two captains agreed to play an-
other game rather than an extra inn-
ing. This second game will be play-
ed at 5 o'clock on Friday, May 9.
Phyllis Eggelstone, '19, of the Alpha

OLD0 TIME PEP RAMPANT
AT, BIG6MASS MEETING'
(Continued from Page One)
them and do not let them be slack-
ened."
"Live Up to 'Em"

By the very enthusiasm itself, as
displayed by the student body at the
meeting, the permanency of Tradi-
ions' day is assured.
KEEP GOING MICHIGAN

CONNECT WITH THE CONNECTICUT think you are -a salesman. J. Fred
MUTUAL Lawton, '11, General Agent, 610 Far-
Life Insurance Co., organized 1846. My well Building, Detroit.-Adv.
educational course free to the right
graduate. Don't see me unless you Advertise in The Daily.-Adv.

i
l

WHAT'S GOING ON

I

I

He spoke of the various campus cus- TODAY
toms and-urged that they be followed 3:00-Junior lit meeting, 205 U-hall.
for the good that they would result 3:30-Tryouts for swimmers who in.
in. Among them-hats off to the pres- tend to enter regatta races in ?-Iu-
ident, respect for upperclassmen, and ron during the first week in June to
the like. be held in local Y. M. C. A. pool.
"The man who is worthy of being 4:15-Gargoyle Art and Editorial staff
the president of your University is de- meeting in Gargoyle editorial rooms.
serving of your hommage," he said, 7:00-Rehearsal of Varsity band. Pic-
and added a word of advice to the tures taken at Saginaw will be
sophomores, "if a 'frosh' comes on the given out.
campus next fall and fails to tip his 7r:t0-Special mandolin club rehears-
hat to the president - why - I al at Lane hall.
don't recognize hazing, being of course S:00-r. F. A. Schopp lectures on
representative of the faculty - but, "Criminology" in room 162, Natural
conduct him into the knowledge of Science building.
Michigan traditions."
Mr. Shields came next on the pro- U-NOTIDES
gram, and with the spirit of '94, andi
the training that he received as. a '!r. eo. IV. Morey, of the Spencer
Michigan man, he drove home the LUes company will lecture on "The
value of loyalty to the University. Manufacture of Optical Glass" Fri-
"I find Michigan wherever I go," day evening in the Chemistry build-
he said. "My experience has led me ing.
to believe that there is no man like Freshmen lits should pay their dues
a Michigan man, and in fact my ex- between 9 and 3:15 o'clock Wednes-
perience has been that I don't believe day at the booth in U-hall.
there is anybody who pulls teeth but
a Michigan dentist." I v ' RsITY IPRESIDENCY
Musical numbers by the band and NOT FILLED BY ANGEL1
Glee club between the speeches in
which the student assemblage took qn (Continued from Page One)
atcive #part by its singing, added to Arbor and appeared before the Board.
the general "pep" of the whole affair. Though no conclusive action was tak-
Cheers led by Cheerleader Whitney en uoon the matter, it was stated that
brought the house' to its feet in ap- a definite announcement regarding the
proval of the spirit of the meeting. result of the past month's considera-
Traditions' Day a Reality tion and negotiation on the question
"Coats off," was the order in the would be given out by President
air, while the man who did not par- Hutchins within a short time. When
ticipate in the action of the assembly the result was announced yesterday,
#yas lost. With ante bellum enthu- no comments were made.
siasm the student body jumped into
the spirit of the meeting and carried Tryouts Held in Swimminug Today
it to what is said to be agreat suc- Preparations are now being made
cess. ijfor a regatta to be held on the Hu-
Ralph Gault, '19, president of the ron river the first week in June. Try-
student council and chairman of the outs for men desiring to enter the
meeting pronounced himself highly swimming events will be held at 3:30
pleased with the outcome of the af- o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the
fair and felt sure that with the ap- city Y. M. C. A. pool. In addition to
proval of the student council, it would the swimming events, there will be
become permanent. a number of canoe races.

For Mothers living, Flowers fright
4 For Mother's memory Flowers White
~FLOWERSI
FOR
Next Sunday, ?lay tith
ORDER EARLY
Let Us Ship Your
Flowers From Here.
213 E.Liberty OR Phone 294

Dover, Eng., May 6.-Latest ad- Phi team, had her knee badly injured
svices from Ostend indicate that the in a practice before the game and
plan to bring the famous old cruiser, was unable to play.
Vindictive, to England may have to-
be abandoned. The Vindictive, sunk Air Line Between Paris and Brussels
by the British to bottle up Ostend Paris, May 6.-The line between
harbor, is said to have suffered such Paris and Brussels is for passengers
strains in the salvage operations that and an airplane is making one trip a
the hull is on the point of break- week'each way. The service is a private
ing up. (enterprise run by one of the big air-
,plane firms, although it is government
Always--Daily service-Always controlled.

Athletic Underwear

Comfort - - Freedom
Now's the time to change

Wilson Bros., Lewis, B. V. D.

Wadhams & Co.

STATE STREET STORE

University of Michigan
Summer Session 1919
71ore than 3oo courses conducted by a staff
of 250 members of the regular faculties of the
University. All University facilities available
Literature, Science, and the Artg, Engineering
and Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study,
Library Methods, Biological Station. Embalm-
ing and Sanitary Science, Public Health Nursing
June 30 - August 22; Medicine and Surgery,
June 30-August 8; Law, June 23-July 26 and
July 28-August 30.
The work is equivalent in method, character and credit value
to that of the academic session, and may be counted toward de-
grees. Certificates of credit and attendance issued. Many spe-
cial lectures, recitals, concerts and excursions. Cosmopolitan
student body. Delightful locatio9 Expense low.

TURKISH CIGARErTIE
1wtendini,,
exceptifl
flAKES O~ HE IGHEST QB E TUR(ISHA
EGYPTIAN GIGARE--ES IN4 THE WOL
o
. d'

I

For further information, addressorey like your "B. G.
T. E. RANKIN
Box 20, Ann Arbor, Michigan

EXPERT

SERVICE

on Battery, Starter and Washtenaw Electric Shop
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
Ignition Systems. 200 E. Washington St. Phone 273

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan