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FESTIVAL NOTES.

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Series!

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Violet Ingleright and Ralph Sarager,
both' of the class of '21 of the Univer-
sity School of Music, will give the firstj
of the graduation recitals at 8 o'clock
this evening at the School of Music.
This evening's program is as fol-
lows:
Lungi del caradbene...........Secchi
Nina ......... .....G. B. Pergolesi
Per la gloria.................Boucina
Ralph Sarager
Sonata, Op. 22...........Schumann
La .rasch .wie maglich;
Andantino; Scherzo
Rondo
Violet Ingleright
Vision Fugitive............Massenet
Mr. Sarager

Several of Dr. A. A. Stanley's works
are to be on the program of this year's,
May Festival, and. the high caliber of
these works is apparent from the com-
ments which their performance is
bringing in other cities.
In a review of a Chicago Symphony
orchestra concert, the "Musical Cou-
rier" (April 14) says, "'Attis,' a nov-
elty from. the pen of Dr. Albert A.
Stanley, is a remarkable bit of sym-
phonic composition and is a happy
addition to the list of novelties pre-
sented this season."
Other honors are given to this com-
poser in the "Musical Leader," the

most important musical paper in the
West. It states, "The expected and
anticipated melodies, deveIopments,
and complete works in the first part
of the program differed vastly from
the present dlay style of writing. as
found in the symphonic poem, 'Attis,'
of A. A. Stanley. This fine musician
and composer, who for years has con-
ducted the May Festival in Ann Arbor,
is one of the best known' artists and
teachers in this part of the country."'
Dental Students Hear Nebraska ea n
Dean R. A. Lyman, of the University
of Nebraska, spoke.to the dental stu-
dents Wednesday night on "The Col-
lege Man's Part in the Present Day
Pharmaceutical Program." The meet-
ing was held in the Chemical building.
Read The Daily for Campus news.

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Two Afternoon and Four Evening
MAY 18,'19, 20, 2 1, 11

Dr. Stanley

11 Perseraso..................Liszt!II
Etude de Concert. ........Liszt
Miss Ingleri'ght- /
Wher'er My Tears -
:Are Falling....
When Gazing on Thine~
Eyes Do Dear....
A Youth Oft Loves aJ...Schumann.
Maiden........I
I'll Not Complain ....
Wanderer's Song ....
Mr. Sarager r
Fugue;-No. 1, Well Tempered Clavi-
chord ........................Bache
Jeux d'eau .....................Ravel
Mifss Ingleright
Mr..Leonard Brooks, accompanist '
Fo just such happy moments
Major Evans Inspects R. 0. T. C. Unit as this, C:c C ,I, was created
' delicious anil ref,.cshing.
Major Paul K. Evans, S. C., arrived THE COCAsCOLA COMPANY
in Ann Arbor Wednesday from theH C ATLANTA, GA.
bffice of the chief of the Signal corps
at Washington, to inspect the Signal
corps unit of the University R. ,O. T. C. '
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For twenty-eight years Dr. Stanley has succes
Arbor May Festival and through his untiring efforts,
cianship Ann Arbor has acquired a reputation as o
music centers. During these years hundreds of the
embracing every line of musical endeavor, have been
orchestras have appeared and many other musical o
will be the last opportunity that music lovers and frif
have an opportunity of listening to a festival under
leagues in the University Musical Society, as well as
have made every effort to assist in making this, his
crown a life's work which has been so full of laudabl

Soloists

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An attractive list of the greatest soloists of
for this year's event, including stars from the Chica
Companies, oratorio singers and instrumentalists a
Lenora Sparkes, Florence Hinkle and Grace j
Cyrena Van Gordon and Merle Alcock, Contralt
vile Harrold and Lambert Murphy, Tenors; Ar
Harrison, Chase Sikes and Robert McCandliss,
quist, Bass; Marian Struble, Violinist; Fannie

the day

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Conductors

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SendN ot he r'.
A Box of Our Delicious
Vetsy Ross Chocolates
Packed in Fancy Baskets
Say the Word We Do The Rest
e ie etsy Ross

Three conductors will participate in the programs:
will wield the baton for the choral performances to be give
Frederick'Stock, who will conduct the orchestral programs
at which individual stars will appear; and George Oscar
conduct the children's chorus made up of several hundred
the Ann Arbor Public Schools, who will provide the maj
Friday afternoon program.

Organizations

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AEST[ 5TYLESE-'OFENGRAVING

Three organizations will participate: The Un
which was organized in 1879 and which has had a co
that time and which since 1888 has been under the lea
will contribute two programs and will participate in i
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, of 70 players,
orchestra background and will also render a number
selections; A Chorus of Children which has been in tra
school year in the hands of George Oscar Bowen, M
other teachers in the public schools. This year the ch
which has ever participated and their work will stani
attractive feature.

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Nzis. UJEARLES ~IOXT(~O~i1~ZY
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Choral Works

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Mr. George Quinlin
H

iss Floreice Garrison

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Three principal choral works will be offered: ME
which will take place when the Choral Union, Chicago
of brilliant soloists will unite their efforts; Verdi's ever p
will be given Saturday evening as the closing number
career of brilliant performances. Of particular signific
entitled "The Voyage of Arlon," written by Earl V.
to Dr. Stanley, words by Dr. JV. C. Wier. It will
afternoon under the direction of Mr. Bowen with the cl
work is exceedingly attractive and although it has oni
the publishers a number of important musical societies
to include this work in their offerings.

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MR.MORTON CLAIRE BErrLlY
MR.CHARLES HARDING
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MK. HOWAD S. MORTON

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Stanley's Compositions

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By special request, several of Dr. Stanley's own comp
included in the general festival program: "Chorus Triomphal
be heard as the closing number at the Wednesday evening cone
phonic Poem, "Attis," which,will be heard at the Friday e
This work was recently, given by the Chicago Orchestra in C
been the subject of highly complimentary criticism by leading
ities.

MR.GRANT & TAYLOR

VISITING CARDS
NEW PLATE
PRICE FOR ENGRAVING PLATE & PRINTING 100 CARDS
NAME ONLY
Style Price Style Price Style Price Style
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R ...... 7.25 G..... ....5.00 M .........4.50 T....I.....
C7.25 H .............. 5.00 N..............4.25 U ...........
D ...:.... .....6.75 J3.........5.00 0-P ..............50
E ............. 6.75 K. .......$4.25 R ............. $4.25
Reprinting from your plate 50 cards-$ $1.50; 100 cards-$2.00
ENGRAVED WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS & STEEL DIE EMBOSSING
A SPECIALTY

Tickets

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Price
5.00
6.75
5.00

The demand for course tickets for the Festival has been un
A limited number of tickets at $4.50 and $5.00 are still availal
few at $6.00 each. The $7.00 section has been exhausted.
dividual concerts at $1.00 and $1.50 each will be available be
day morning, May 7th. Owing to the heavy sale of course tic
be no $2.00 tickets for individual concerts available.

Rooms

Order now and receive prompt delivery
Ten per cent discount on all orders received before May 10
D.IORRILL 17 Nickels Arcade"

Parties having desirable rooms for the entertainment of I
are requested to leave their names at the office of the Univer:
Music.

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