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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WIILL
E MAY 17
ER )USICAL
NTERTAIN

n Arbor will be the place of meet-j
for the thirty-fourth annual con-
on of the Michigan State Teach-'
association on May 16, 17, and 18.
e programs for the convention
in charge of a committee acting
ooperation with the president,
leg Frederick Morse, of Detroit.'
Michigan chapter of the Ameri-
Guild of Organists are to have
ge of the first program Monday j
noon. This will be followed byi
rgan recital in Hill auditorium.)
:30 o'clock a service will be held
e Congregational church, at which
Lloyd Douglas will talk on
chology of Worship." The day's
ram will close with a piano re-
by Arthur Shattuck in the audi-
im of the Union.
siness meetings will take up most
.e program on Tuesday. At 3:30
ck the Matinee Musicale club will,
a tea and informal reception for
ng musicians. Dr. A. A. Stanley,
act as toastmaster at a banquef
o'clock at the Union. Entertain-
. will be furnished by the musical

Hill auditorium, after which will be
the final rehearsal for the May Fes-
tival of the Children's chorus of 500
under the direction of George Oscar
Bowen. The members of the associa-
tion will also be allowed to attend the
full rehearsal of the "Elijah" on Wed-{
nesday afternoon. Members of the M.
M. T. A. who are not residents of Ann
Arbor will be provided with seats for
the first of the Festival concerts.
DETROIT J. C. WILL
STAGE CARNIVAL
Among the various programs this
year at the Detroit Junior college is
that of- the first annual College car-
nival to be given at 7:30 on Friday,
May 14, in the auditorium of the De-
troit Central High school.
This affair is unique in that it 'in-
cludes all the organizations of the col-
lege. Each organization will put on
a 10-minute skit. The Women's league,
an extension of the University of
Michigan Women's league, will give
the "House of Scandals," a picturiza-
tion of the life of the college woman.
The Student club's number is an en-
tirely new dramatization of the
"Witches Scene" from "Macbeth." In
all, about a dozen organizations will
be reprfsented.-
After the program there will be a
dance and reception in the first floor
corridor of the school. The guests of
honor at both the program and the
dance following are to be the gradu-
ating classes of the various high
schools.

FESTIVAL NOTES
Several musicians have been chosen
to take part in this year's May Fes-
tival who are well known to Ann Ar-
bor residents because of their work
here.
Among these is Charles Harrison,
former director of the voice depart-
ment of the School of Music. He will
sing in "Elijah." During his career
he has sung in -concert with practi-
cally every great conductor in- Ger-
many and Italy. In this country he
toured extensively in the South and
was soloist with the Minneapolis Sym-
phony orchestra on a 20 weeks' four.
He is recognized as one of the finest
interpreters in the role of Elijah.
Another soloist is Grace Johnson-
Konold, soprano, who will take the
part of the Youth in the performance
of "Elijah." She is a graduate of the
voice department of the School of
Music and has studied abroad for sev-
eral years. Next .year she has leave
of absence from her work at the
school to make an extensive tour of
the Middle West., She has a rich
coloratura soprano voice, upon which
Madame Schumann-Heink has com-
mented favorably.
Chase' Sikes, who will be the bari-
tone soloist at the Children's concert,
is also a graduate of the. School of
Music. While here he was a promi-
nent member of the Glee club and
Union Opera. During the war # he

served in France, and on his return
he became associated with Companari
who is enthusiastic about his career.
During the summer he is to take a
tour in Italy with this conductor.
Two other artists are Marion
Struble, violin, and Robert J. Mc-
Candliss, '21M, baritone. Both of these
musicians recently won prizes in the
state contest for young musicians held
here. Miss Struble is a graduate of
the School of Music, and a member of
the' faculty. For three years she was
head of the violin department of Hills-
dale college. She resigned there to go
abroad and give concerts for the sol-
diers. On returning she resumed her
work at the School of Music.
w
KAPP, '10, SECURED TO SPEAK
BEFORE CLASS IN ADVERTISING
Frank A. Kapp, '10, who has been
connected with advertising work since
his graduation from the University,
has been secured to speak before the
class in advertising in the department
of rhetoric and journalism Friday
morning. He will talk on the prep-
aration of copy for the press. Be-
sides the members of the class, all
other persons who are interested in'
the subject are invited to attend the
lecture which will be given at the
usual class period, 11 o'clock, in room
207, University hall.
Mr. Kapp was formerly "idea man"-
in the advertising department of the
National Advertiser, and recently was
secretary of one of the largest adver-
tising agencies in America.

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