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isicians To Apfear Here
s, In Concet And On
Approaching flay Festival

eler, James Hamilton
t Dieterle Will Rep.
.t School of
Music

By Edna Lucking ApelI
an brilliant stars in the musical
1d, both vocal and instrumental,
'esenting the Chicago and Metro-
tan -grand opera companies, the
versity School of Music, and also
er independent luminaries will ap-
r as soloists in concert or in the
;s of the 1920 May festival which
take place May 19, 20, 21, 22, in
. auditorium.
uffo, "Eddie" Johnson, and Myrna
low will be soloists from the
cgo association while Leanora
rkes, Carolina Lazzari, Leon Ro-
r, Margaret Matzenauer, and Re-
> Zanelli, will represent the Met-
>litan, with William Wheeler,
aes Hamilton, and Robert Dieterle,
paring from the University School
Music, Josef Lhevinne and Edwin
ft playing in their respective roles
pianist and organist..

Following are brief statements of
interest concerning the visiting art-
ists:
Titta Ruffo, widely known as the
"highest priced baritone in the world,"
will make his Ann Arbor debut at the
Wednesday evening concert. Signor
Ruffo since his return to America af-
ter several years absence in Italy
has won many successes in Chicago
and New York, Ann Arbor being one
of the few cities outside of these cen-
ters where he will be heard this sea-
son.

Josef Lhevinne will play in a bril-
liant piano-orchestral- program in
which his virtuosity will be given free
rein. Ever since his recital in a Pre-
festival concert several years ago per-
sistent and numerous requests have
been made by Festival patrons to
have an opportunity to hear him play
with orchestra.
Myrna Sharlow is another native
operatic star who has appeared in
leading roles with Ruffo, Raisa, Gar-
den, and others. Her personality and
general musical talents combine to
mike her an ideal "Marguerite."

Edward Johnson has only recently
returned from I triumphant sojourn
of several years in Italy where under
the assumed name of Edouardo Gio-
vanni he won many honors at the
principal opera houses of that coun-

cert series concert last night in Hill
auditorium and who has been re-
fengaged for the May festival.
Edwin Arthur Kraft has been win-
ning great distinction throughout the
country as a concert organist.
The University Choral Union under
the direction of Professor Albert A.
Stanley will offer the "Requiem" by
Verdi at the Thursday evening con-
cert and Berlioz's "Damnation of
Faust" on Saturday evening. A large
'chorus of school children under Rus-
sell Carter's direction will take part
in conection with the organ program
Friday afternoon while the Chicago
'Symphony orchestra under Frederick
Stock's baton will participate in all
concerts except the one on Friday af-
ternoon.
FEBRUARY, 1920, GETS MORE
THAN ITS SHARE IN SUNDAYS
Five Sundays in one month isn't
such a rare incident except when that
month happens to be February. For
the first time in 40 years this has
happened.
February, 1920, is the honored
month. Chronologists tell us that the
"phenomena" will not ocur again un-
til 1948. One more February in the
Twentieth Century will be so dis-
tinguished, namely, 1976.

THE NEW BOOKS
"From. Mud to Mufti," by Bruce
Bairnsfather. Published by G. P. Put-
nam's Sons.
Known in England as "the man who
made the Empire laugh," Bruce,
Bairnsfather has extended his fame
as a cartoonist and now adds an ac-
count of his experiences in gathering
material for his sketqhes. "From
Mud to Mufti" is a continuation of
"Bullets and Billets." The two books
taken together present the war from
Bairnsfather's humorously quizzical
viewpoint.
Sketches of the type that have given
Bairnsfather his title of "war lord
of laughter" immediately catch the
reader's attention, so pointed and fullz
of action, are they. These cartoons.
rather than the accompanying expe-
riences give the book its particular
credit as a gloom dispeller.,

ADDRESS BAPTIST STUDENTS
Will give Series of Five Talks; First
"elivered Saturday
r : '.1iglit
Through the efforts of the Baptist
guild, Rev. Ellison S. Hildreth of
Chaochofu, China, has consented to
give five addresses during the coming
week. During the war, Mr. Hildreth
left his field in China to take up Y.
M. C. A. work with the American
troops in Siberia. Mr. Hildreth has
already spoken to the students of sev-
eral colleges in Michigfn and from
Ann Arbor he will visit various col-
leges in company with other speakers
of the Titerchurch World movement.
Beauty Blond with Washburn
Zelma, Maja, whom William G. Mc-
Adoo described as "the prettiest blond
in pictures," is a member of the cast
supporting Bryant Washburn in "The
Six Best Sellers."

Carolina Sparkes is a prima donna try.
of Metropolitan opera company. Renato Zanelli, the Chilean bari-
Leon Rothier is a leading bass of tone who was engaged "on sight" for
the Metropolitan and famed for his leading opera roles at the Metropol-
mastery of the "Requiem" role. itan was distinguished in opera cir-
Margaret Matzenauer will be the cles of South America before coming
stellar attraction at the Friday night "to this country. The fact that he is
concert of the festival. She has ap- a brother of Carlos Zanelli, well
ipeared numerous times at previous known in Michigan student circles is
concerts here but always in roles al- cf particular interest.
lotted to her in which she has not Carolina Lazzarl is a young Ameri-
been able to employ all of her vocal, can contralto of French and Italian
resources to the full. ancestry who sang in the extra con..

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