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DIETU Al Rifulling s concerto. Two numbers corn-Louts Untermeyer
[ 1 , ' 1I prise the orchestral program, the P er ~ r
nILL~L uuunrnvu lIIIIUU IJLU"Rhenish" symphony in
}i~at rancriedfor modern orches-
k t r' by Mr. Stock. Louis Unrtermteyer, poet and critic,
TH aI T A U LA ~L I~f A concert performance of Saint- 1 who is visiting Robert Frcst, was the
____ - aen' dmso et elia wll on-guest of the Graduate English clubj
Qompeteproram fo th thrtitelude the Festival Saturday night
CompleteJohn D. Gordon, ohetheiMetropolitan and the staff of Whimsies last night in
naMay Festiv ',Al ay 16-19, were n inD
tIr 7~T A-7ay Opera company, will be the Delilal-; the parlors of the Helen Newberry
'oenounced yester~lay by Prof. Earl V. ; Od C L1UUO'j and Charles Marshall, of the Clhicago residence.
oore of the School of M~usic who, ________, Opera company, the Samson. Abimel- Mr. Ilnterxneyer renid several of the
th Frederick Stock, conductor o I ich will be sung by Clarence I*Lhite- poem from his new book, "Roast_.
.e Chicago Symphony orchestra, hiay . hill of the Metropolitan Opera and the Leviathan", which wa.s officially pub-
,voted many months to their prepar- s z old Hebrew by Henri Scott, late of lished Friday. He prefaced each of
ion. that organization. Th e Chicago or thle poems with introductory re-
Gd gl , At1i Lo f r l.i t Concrt ,chestra and, the Choral Union w ill ap'I marks, pointing out peculiarities. of
At the fist onne. t, Wednesday v ; - pevar with these artists. rhyme and meter, telling of the in-

a sonnet. Hie also refuses to believe' der and began playing rather imnpres-[
that a poem in the sonnet form., for sively.
example, could not have been written Throughout the entire play there
in any other form,. were several good musical nunmbers
Mr. Untermeyer will leave Ann Air- In each of these the characters on the
bor for Milwaukee this afternoon,
!where he will stay for a shjort time stage kept time quite agreeably. Add-
before sailing for Europe. in= to the pleasantness of the per
f . orinance were the many songs chlant-
M' ed by the puppeteers, Dorothy Jeffry
'24, Robert Henderson, '26, Crosby
W~ork Of Puppets Rees, 125, Forman G. Brown, grad.
j p N'Harry Burnett, '23, Mark Dick, '25, and
Is B Vernon Dick, '26E.
Big c ce ss The dramatic entrance of the el,~
leader, dropping down the chimney.
Playing to two fairly large audienc- with a great crash, was wel manag-
es, the first one largely composed of ed. So was the manipulation of his

sword by the minister for war, when..~
at the conclusion of the first act, l
caused a, shriek from 'Miller by a vi-
cious jab in the. back with the wea-
pon. J.H.E.
PEISTRAR ARITHTT{II I ALL
RECUIPERATING ICYFLORIDA
Dean John R: Effiniger, of the liter-
ary college, recently received a card
from Registrar Arthur G. Hall who is
fon leave of absence from the Univer-
s ity recuperating from an operation
I undergone some time ago.
J Dr. Hall is in Florida City, Florida'
and reports that he is in excellent con-
dition, regaining his strength rapidly.

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ing, Mlay 16, Beniamnino Gigli, tenori
the Me~troplitan Opera company
i Sing ar'ias foni "Faust", "'Elis-
('Am or'e",11and"La Gioconda". The
icago SympiI hony orchestra will play
.,-r Franck':; Symphony in D min-
the. march from Goldmiark'sI
!uen of Sheba", Gustav Hoist's Oni-
tal suite, "Beni M'ora", Op. 29, and
e Choral Finale to "Die' Meistersing-'I

FOREIGN STUOENTS PLAN
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spiration of some, and explaining theI
motives of others. His audience join-
Sin the discussion of each poem.
When Robert Frost was asked to read
one of his poems which recently ap-
peared in "'The New Republic", -he
declined on the plea that "This isn't
~two-ring circus."
In the course of the reading, a dis-
cussion of meter took place in which
various of the faculty members pres-
ent took an active part. Mr. Urnter-
meyer rejected the theory that a
poet sits down and writes a poem and
then discovers that he has produced

drew enthusiastic responses both yes- i
terday afternoon and evening in their
performances of the old fairy talc
"'Rumpelstiltskin", in the high school
auditorium.
The play was in five scenes involv-
ing 12 puppet dolls. The fourth sceneI
was laid in a forest and the dancing
of the elves to the music of Forman'
G. Brown, grad., was wvell received
Probably the most striking of the pup-E
pets was a violinist who strutted ontc
the stage in the last scene, violin in
one hand and bow in the other. Ac-
raised the instrument to his shoul-
ebompanied by a puppet pianist he.

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Thiursday evening's concert will be Qj-
especially notable for the ryppearanoc .: Preltrminary planis are nowti being
of the v isiting English composer. Gus- fIm-ade for the spring vacation tour of
tav Hoist, who-will conduct the Amer- five Michian towns made anxnually b-I
ica~n preiniere of his "Hymn to ,Jesuis"! j a numb er of foreign students of thei
an elaborate work for choruses an. nvriy.BueCekKlmzo
orchestra. Hoist's "A Dirge for Two Grand Rapids:, Lansing, and Flint I
Vteranxs" will also be heard on thi> ilb v&tdbyteprt hc
9ccs ion. Ane innovation in Festiv4 ! - -i
Concerts 'Will be introduced by CA( v.I'"'l h Gek-rv. ill leave AnnAbrMna on
presence of l;rna Rubinstein, a violin.- I~aI ewa, ink;, April . and will return the fol-
i! hs eetNwYr eu Maharajali Gcekwar, of Baroda is lowing Saturday evening.
been brilliantly successful. Miss Ru- i rated as one of the wealthiest men in The trip will be under the direr-)I
binstein twill perform tlhe 'iendol- :!r ;the world and the richest of all Indian; tion of. Prof. J. A. C. 1-Ilidner, the ad-
concert for violin andorch:stra in F I rne.Hei oe'a nato viser of the foreign students here, and
mioJp 4 among his people. During the 1 dorld a inWls ftereoi e
rnnrO.6.war he was active in raising millions CatnWlsofhertri d-
Choral Uniioni to Sina;Igo sEpartirent. By the co-operation of the.
The Sanctus and ,Iossana fromfo'tertheir. Chambers of Commerce of each ofth
3ac'sMas"nOthinreilloe"un towns visited, the students are taken
by eUniversity rCmiorall nion a(' "thelo"endhe, amos oia za through the major industrial plants.!
the Agnus Dei from the same work fr om Wlla el. ogethr h of the town, the schools, and the mu-1
by MJabelle Addison, ea cool t o wh o Jartists will s.:; the "Vendetta" due: iia pk n aeetranda
ncplwrsadaeetranda11;has wvon fame as an interpretcr of en 'Yighto The orchestr'al pro-
Bach. Bach's C11oraL. and Fugue in C grain inclesiluinpordliuck's prelude: the home1 of miany of the townspeople:
miinor which has been restored frIt DeKeisidrDks ac tngt
moenocesr-b rlert ndf~r 1ot i"Le Peris~n", Gustav Host'sancie The trip gives an opportunity to the
given at the 17 Festival will be from the opera "The Perfect ol, frinsuet oosretp-a
played. Duka "7i4Apprenti Sorcier" five of TBrahms' Hungarian "dances and American life and industries otlier;
completes >theogrm Elg17ar's march, "Pomp and Circuin- than seen in an academxic community
Florence Mtacbetht, soprano, and Gxin- stanc ;". such as Ann Arbor. The party whichi
seppe Danise brtoe will be solo- P in.;i Conmoser ad, Soloist made the trip last year was made up
- 'st$ with the orchestra at the Fridat Erno t Sclaelling, an American, pi- of Japanese, Chinese, Mexicans, South!

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evening concert. MViss Macbecth will
i g the Bell song cfrom"L akme" an'
Felc~e Daid' "CarnantOiseau"
from i"La Perle, X11, 1-1razil." Mr. Danise
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anist, will appear at the Saturday af- E Africans, and Indians.
ternoon concert in the dual. role o?
composer and soloist, playing his= Michigan Song Book, Memory
"Fantastic Suite". The customary: nookq, Banner and Pennants at
encore progran will follow Mr. Schel- Water's University 'Bookstore----Adv.

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Which Is Composed of Merriment Makirng Attractions Only.

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The ~refreshing star of "TORCHY" is hoe in a long feature picture imbued with laughter
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ROSE"' "NIGHT" and a score of other hits as well as the creator of the music for ".HER
FAMILY TREE," a Nora Bayes success; The Elsie Janis' Review anid a dozen of .Broad-
way's musical triumphs.'
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MUSIC AS NEVER BEFORE-ENTERTAINMENT DELUXE
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