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MA Ea NOES IN
Lucrezia Bori, Schipa to Take Places
or Tetrezzini and
PUBLIC TICKET SALE WILL
BEGIN TOMORROW MORNING
Two changes have been made in the
personnel of the artists who will per-
form here during the May Festival.
Lucrezia Bori, celebrated Spanish
soprano of the Metropolitan Opera
company, and Orville Harrold, a dis-
tinguished American tenor of the same
organization, will take the places of
Luisa Tetrezzini and Tito Schipa, who
have been prevented from filling their
Ann Arbor engagements on account
of the fact that they are to sail from
this country early in May.
Voices Much Praised
Mr. Harrold will appear in a mis-
cellaneous program Wednesday even-
ing and Miss Bori in the same capa-
city Friday evening, each singing sev-
eral of their favorite arias. Mr. Har-
rold's voice is said to have great
power, clearness and beauty and crit-
ics refer to his performances in glow-
ing terms. Miss Bori returned to this
country last year and since then .she
has been heard to splendid advantage.
Many Artists Coming
Other artists who will appear at
the festival are: Rosa Ponselle, Flor-
ence -Hinkle, Grace Johnson-Konold,
sopranos; Cyrena Van Gordon and
Merle Alcock, contraltos; Charles
Marshall, Lambert Murphy, tenors;
Arthur Middleton, Theodore Harrison,
Chase Sikes, Robert McCandliss, bari-
tones; Gustaf Holmquist, bass; Fanny
Bloomfield-Zeisler, pianist; Albert A,
Stanley, Frederick Stock, George Os-
car Bowen, conductors; the >Univer-
sity Choral Union (300 voices), a
chorus of several hundred school chil-
dren and the Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra. Mendelssohn's "Elijah" an
Verdi's "Aida" will be performed by
the adult chorus while the children's
chorus will perform a work especiall3
written by Earl V. Moore, as well as
a number of miscellaneous groups.
The demand for course tickets has
been exceptionally large. Beginnin
tomorrow morning, March 19, al
course tickets which have not bee
assigned to mail orders will be place
on public sale at the University Schoo
of Music at $4.50, $5, $6, and $7 each
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In an article entitled "How Re
covery Will Come" Prof. David Frida
of the department of political econom
outlines in the February Review c
Reviews the processes through whic
the present business depression. wil
be relieved and normal prosperity su
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