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Of Worl

i Pade Local
ivide Aero Body

Prof. Herbert C. Sadler, of the naval1
MYONG architecture and marine engineering
department, and Prof. Felix W. Paw-
lowski, of the aeronautical engineer-
ing department, have recently been
npaign appointed to the World's Board of
a of a Aeronautical Commissioners, Inc. Pro-
versity fesor. Sadler is to serve as sectional
300,000 chairman for the county of Washte-
3tween naw and Professor Pawlowski as local
:pected chairman for the Board for Ann
alum- Arbor. The divisional chairman for
e fund Michigan is Mr. Dudley E. Waters
nd ap- of Grand Rapids.
. The To Boost Aeronautics
ct in The World's Board of Aeronautical
ion to Commissioners, Inc., was incorpor-
coming ated at Albany, N. Y., in 1921 to per-
petuate the work of the members of
forced the commission who made a journey
r forty around the world in the interests of
track aeronautics. Acting in an advisory
ut 220 capacity, the board aims to encour-
below age the establishing of aerial navi-
unning gation -in, and to all parts of the
at the world. At the present time there are
d on 111 commissioners representing 94
d. countries and colonies. To increase
among the strength of the organization and
al pub- further the objects of incorporation,
dy has a board of prominent men has been
d that created throughout the world known
ni and as chairmen, representing the states,
riation counties, cities and towns of the Unit-
a gym- ed States and the provinces, districts,
with- municipalities and towns of the world.
I the It is believed that this large body of
under- commissioners and chairmen will be
able to bring to the attention of the
crowd people in their respective communi-
t field. ties the value of a complete air serv-
;ing in ice as a factor in the world's progress
rs, the and in making for a perpetual peace.
are by When the organization is completed
el and it is estimated that there will be in
earth- the United States 14,000 chairmen and
1'0,000 'members, while throughout

the world there will total 100,000
chairmen and 1,000,000 members. The I
large and influential membership in
the international organization will be
valuable in securing proper landing
fields and ports, establishing air
routes throughout the world under
such regulation as will make the navi-
gation of the air safe and practical
at all times.
Will Push Aircraft Use
It is planned to offer cash pI'izes
to encou age the use of aircraft and
when the people become interested
the demand will increase as it did for
automobile following the touring
events which did much to increase
this demand and cause the building of
good roads.
The official organ of the Board con-
tains all aeronautical news of the
world under the caption "Aeronauti-
cal Digest." Additional information
may be had on application to the. local
chairman, Professor Felix W. Paw-
lowski to whom application foi mem-
bership should be made.
FESTIVAL NOTES
"La Vita Nuova," which will be pre-
sented by the University Choral
union, Adele Parkhurst, soprrano, and
Reinald Werrenrath, baritone, at this
year's Festival, is adapted by Ermano
Wolf-Ferrari from Dante's poem "La
Vita Nuova," and is in the form of a l
cantata. The composer, son of a Ger-
man father and an Italian mother,
has been able to combine the
characteristics of both German and
'[talian music in a work of exquisite
beauty. The perfect blending of Teu-
tonic depth and sincerity of feeling
with Latin grace and fervor of ex-
pression, permeating the work, is
somewhat unusual, and accounts for'
many of its appealing characteristics.
The poem deals with the love of
Dante for Beatrice, and with her
death and its effect upon him. After
a charming prologue with successive
soprano solo, baritone solo, andj
chorus, the cantata merges into at
lovely .Spring Song, which is one of
she most appealing numbers of thei
whole work. It is overflowing with
the joyousness and sparkling fresh-
ness of a May morning, and is: a
masterpiece of destructive song. A
chorus for women's voices, occurring
at the close of the first part, is an
exquisite product of the composer's
genius.
The composition as a whole is fill-
ed with wonderful harmonies with
remarkably skilful blending of voices,
that fairly lift the listener out of him-I
self from time to time. The personifi-
cation of Dante, as sung by Reinald
Werrenrath, and that of Beatrice, by I
Adele . Parkhurst, will in no small
measure make for the success of the
work.

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Straight from the protecting walls of a convent she came - Into a world of trick-
ery and deceit. And when they discovered her in a rotter's room at midnight-
even her sweetheart believed her a thief.
Then came the breatk-takdng climax and the amazing revelation that set things
right.
The star who always pleases, in a love drama of -thrills and charm. 'A picture
for the whole family to see.

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