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May 07, 1922 - Image 5

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IN FESTIVAL WORK
Choral Union Full Rehearsals Are Di-
rected by Frederick Stock
of Chicago
CONDUCTOR SEEMS PLEASED -
BY SHOWING MADE BY CHORUS.
Prepairations for the 1922 May Fes-
tival in Ann Arbor, which will be held
from May 17 'Io 20, are fast nearing
completion. The Choral Union is being
given its final rehearsals under the
directorship of Frederick Stock of the
Chicago Symphony orchestra and Earl,
V. Moore, acting director of the
chorus, and additional choruses from
the personnel of the Men's Glee club
and the University girls' Glee club for
the "Tannhauser" concert to be held
on the Saturday night of the Festival
week are being drilled in their parts.
Hold Full Rehearsals
Last week at the School of Music
full rehearsals of all chorus workers
in the Festival were held under the
direction of Mr. Stock. He seems well
pleased with the work by the Choral'
.Union In the three big works which
they are undertaking. "A Psalmodic
Rhapsody" by the Chicago conductor-
and -Wolf-Ferrari's "La Vita Nova,"
both exceedingly difficult .works, are
almost ready for production, while the
easier "Tannhauser" choruses are fast
being rounded into shape.
In Hill auditorium carpenters are at

work remwodeling and enlarging the
stage floor so that it will accommodate
the- great chorus of 300 voices as well
as the Chicago orchestra. As soon as
the stage changes are completed the
work of putting up the steel supports
for the seats will be begun.
Tickets Sell Rapidly
Tickets for the May Festival have
been selling rapidly, and all seats in
the center sections of the main floor
and in the balconies have been sold.
There still are some desirable seats,
however, in the $4.50 and $5 sections
which may be obtained at the School
of Music. Ofilcials at the school re-
port atiinterest in the festival, which
easily equals that shown at any other
festival season.
Interest has also been shown on the
campus in the Festival Notes appear-
ing in The. Daily from day to day.
These articles give in a shor-t, concise
form, some facts of interest to art-
ists, conductors, and choral and or-
chestral works scheduled for the vari-
ous concerts.
MORE THAN 750 GRADUATES
IN 1922 LITERARY CLASS
More than 750 students are slated
for graduation from the literary col-
lege this coming Commencement, ac-
cording to statistics compiled in the
office of the Registrar. This number
exceeds that of last year by more than
100 students.
Last year's total, in addition, was
swelled by all those who graduated
from the School of Education. This
year the School of Education is en-
tirely apart from the literary college
and the graduates from each school
are counted separately.

FEW APPLICATIONS REMAIN
FOR BIOLOGICAL STATIO1N
Students who intend to go to the
University biological station this
sunmmer should make' immediate ap-
plication as mast keofthe available 50
places are already applied for, ac-
cording to Dr. George R. La Rue, di-
rector of the station.
The station will be open for a
period of eight weeks from June 26
to August 18. Twelve courses in
Zoology and Botany are offered, six
in each department.
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ARCADE
There are three reasons 'why "Be-
yond the Rocks" is an interesting pic-

ture. Gloria Swanson is the. beading
lady, Rudolph Valentino plays oppo-
site her, and the scenario is the work
of Elinor Glyn. It is a startling pic-
ture as are most Elinor Glyns' produc-
tions. Rudolph Valentino plays the
part of a fatalist who is sure that what
will be, will be, and that mortals are
like boats floating down a current
where are mostly rocks ahead. "Be-
yond the Rocks" is here for the first
five days' of the week.
"The Spanish Jade," adopted from
Maurice Hawlett's novels "Spanish
Jade," is the attraction here for the
rest of the week. The story is one
of a modern Don Quixote, poor of
purse today and rich tomorrow and
forever on the lookout to befriend
people in distress. David Powell and
Marc MacDermott are featured and
Evelyn Brent, a newcomer to the
screen, has the part of a young wo-
man whom the American of the Don
Quixote inclination rescues.
(Continued on Page Eight)

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A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt

Suzanne, Her Friends
New Summer Sports .

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Suzanne and her friends are keenly interest
summer sports. Not that they indulge in
goodness, no ! They merely realize that th
sports attire becomes them exceedingly well
wear it with unremitting enthusiasm.

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The Curtain Lifts on Her
Gay Sweater, $11.50
r' It's Suzanne herself who trips blitl
* forth with a jade silk slipover tor:
her sports skirt.
The sweater's a fancy stitch affair
long sleeves.- :$1.50. Were
anne really as athletic as she pret
she would have chosen a short-sle
Smodel at $ 10.50.
.Second Floor °

SUNDAY SHOWS START
ADULTS - 0c

2 - 3:40 - 5:20 - 7 - 9
KIDDIES - 20c

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Now She Displays Her
Gray Tweed Skirt, $10
Suzanne's gray tweed skirt
which 'was briefly introduced is
one upon which her preference
rested the moment she espied
it. For both gray and tweed
are very good, you know. e
Others in eponge, velour, flan-
nel, Roshanara and crepe knit.. -
A fringed hem seems quite the thing wil
$7.50 to $25.
Second Floor

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Int'r'sting! Half Hose with
Garter Tops, $2.75
Of course Paris first thought of S
' . anne's Half Hose with shirred ga
tops, and they're .among the most n<
of many fashion contributions.
Of plain black silk. (Others are wi
sand and nubuck.) All rolled,
see, ready for the warmest sum.
day. $2.75,
ilail Floor
Suzannc is Quite Particul
of the Toiletries She Uses

"Let 'em go!" It was scorn-
ful Suzanne, tired from her
strenuous day afield, exhibiting
utter disdain at the numerous
toilet appurtenances toppling
off her table. "I still have the
ones I care about using," which
included Skin and Tissue
Builder (75c)9 Face Cream (SQc), a Cu
set (60c), and a Flaconette of Quelques Flei
perfume ($1) that fits conveniently in her sw
er pocket.
Main Floor

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