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CIGAN D AILY

FESTIVAL NOTES

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First year class: Proper
5 o'clock, Saturday, June 11;
2 to 6 o'clock, Monday, June
erty I, 2 to 5 o'clock, Wednes
15; Contracts 1 and 2, 8.to1
Friday, June 17; Crimes,
o'clock, Monday, June 20; T
12 o'clock, Wednesday, Jun
Second year class: Equit
2 to 6 6'clock, Tuesday, Jun
dence, 8 to 12 o'clock, Thurs
16.
Electives: Agency, 2 to
Friday, June 10,; Constituti(
2 to 6 o'clock, Saturday, Jun
lie Service Cos., 9 to 11:
Monday, June 13; Mortga
,1:30 o'clock, Monday, June
cedural Reform, 9 to 11:
Tuesday, June 14; Corpora
12 o'clock, Wednesday, June
erty IV, 2 to 6 o'clock, Thur
16; Mining Law, 9 to 11:
Friday, June 17; Bills & No
o'clock, Friday, June 17; P
cers, 2 to,4:30 o'clock, Fr

ISI E iuB ,W
Fannie Bloomfield-Ziegler and the
OF TIME Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Freder-
kic Stock, conducting, will give the
Saturday afternoon concert of the May I
Festival
usual cus- This pianist, one of the foremost per-
announced formers on her instrument in the
ule at an world, ras born at Bielitz, Austrian
dents may Silesia, in 1863. She studied piano
with the with such masters as Bernard
seedule is Ziehn and Carl Wolfson, and harmony
and composition with Heiman Gar-
ty 2, 2 to dener and Karl Navratil. During her
Pleading, career as a concert artist she has ap-
13; Prop- peared with the Boston Symphony or-
sday, June chestra, the New York Philharmonic
12 o'clocik, the |Chicago Symphony, and many
8 to. 12 other American and European orches-
Torts, 8 to tras.
e 22. Among the conductors under whom
y 1 and 2, Fannie Bloomnfield-Zeisler has played
e 14; Evi- are the names of Richard Strauss, Sir
sday, June Arthur Mackenzie, Seidl, Teodore
Thomas and many others. Her reper-
toire includes concertos of Beethoven,
6 o'clock, Chopin, Schumann, Greig, Rubinstein,
onal Law,Mozart, Saint-Saens, Liszt, Henselt,
e 11;o'Pub-Tchaikowsky, and others, besides sev-
30 o'clock, eral hundred of the standard classical
ges, 9 to and modern piano solo works.
e 13; Pro-p
30 o'clock,
tions, 8 to Use Classified advertising and sell
15; Prop- your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
sday, June
30 o'clock,

TAYLOR'S "ECONOMICS" WILL BE
PUBLISRED BY N. Y. COMPANY
The Ronald Press company of New
York has completed arrangements
with Prof. Fred M. Taylor, of the eco-
nomics department, to print his book,
"Principles of Economics," now being
used in the University course, Eco-
nomics 1. Up to this time the book
has been used only at Michigan, but
by the new agreement it . will be
placed on the general circuit so that
other universities will be allowed to
make it one of their text books. The
company will publish a new 'edition
each year.
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DOCTORS
ATTEND EASTERN CONVENTION
In the National convention of the
Clinical Society of Medical Research,
being held this week in Atlantic City,
the University hospital is' being rep-
resented by Dr. Newberg, Dr. Wilson,
and Dr. Marsh, of the hospital staff.
Dr. Hoag also was attending but found
it necessary to return yesterday. Dr.
Newberg and Dr. Marsh will present
a papfer on "Nitrogen Metabolism in
Diabetes," and Dr. Wilson will offer a
paper on "Bundle-Branch Block of
the Heart."

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Have you lost anything that you
prize very highly? The Classified
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve you.-Adv.

Ambassador Shirts.

Extra Special

)tes, 2 to 5
'ublic Offi-
iday, June

OUTDOOR

LIFE

Roman Law and Ju-risprudence, 8
to 12 o'clock, Saturday, June 18; Wills
2 to 5 o'clock, Saturday, June 18;
Trusts, 2 to 6 o'clock, Monday, June
20; Patent Law, 2 to 4:30 o'clock,
Monday, June 20;*Code Pleading, 2
to 4:30 o'clock, Tuesday, June 21;
Bankruptcy,. 2 to 4:30 o'clock, Wed-
nesday, June 22; Partnership, 2 to S
o'clock, Wednesday, June 22; Insur-
ance, 8 to 10:30 o'clock, Thursday,
June 23; International Law, 8 to 12,
o'clock, 'Thursday, June 23; Quasi
Contracts, 2 to 4:30 o'clock, Thursday,
June 23.

Calls for
Thermos Bottles, Cameras
Sterno Stoves
Flashlights

All wool heavy white flannel
trousers specially priced at
eleven dollars. This is a reg-
ular fifteen dollar value.
LUTZ CLOTHING STORE
217 SOUTH MAIN STREET

THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200 - 204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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Merle Alcock

Frederick liock

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MAY

FESTIVAL

Dr.. Stanley's Twenty

- eighth and Last Festival

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Two

Afternoon and

Four

Evening.

Concerts

Robert

Six brilliant programs of solo, choral, and orchestral selections by art-
ists and organizations of world-wide recognition. Several of Dr. Stan-
ley's own conpositions by special request. A chorus of five hundred
school children under Mr. Bowen in a work "The Voyage of Arion"
written by Earl V. Moore, to words by M. C. Wier, dedicated to Dr.

Fannie B!

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Marian Str

Stanley. The "Elijah" and the "Aida" under Dr. S tanley

's direction-

and the Chicago ,Orchestra under Frederick Stock.
Course tickets still available at $4.50 and $500; siqgle concerts $1.00-$1.50, on sale
at the University School of Music

Arthtur

EARL V.
MOORE
UNIVERSITY
ORGANIST

LENORA
SPARKES
METROPOLITAN
OPERA

Orvllle Harrold

Gustaf Holmquist

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