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FUND
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
as> well a,5 in Canada, Hawaii, Italy,]---profit of 110. Tis 'is the !Conltll V l AITILES TO iBE
.ipIndia, Japan, China, Korea, Mexico, !NHAY 21ff Nyear the soplhomorewoem en 11av( epi-I) 1 t I I EA111001
Bc',g ni flfUNe eaad tePhlppnsI 1fed money fon- the TLeague in th1i nway
i h g n L a uPuto eRico and ,C nsth Piolp e Is r w r r tr irai n s e , onu seariln z e C hlineseru:, line, "beard,
is in the interests of these women that] jlaih'wl b jJ, i 1( , t ' o~nfs je'ory ar a b
ko~~ yi,'4 eot ht65the camnpaign committee will function.:eeit olgi__or h il o-disp layV att",(,o < shouse Irirb
li_ iieshp oteMicgnILtters of co-operation are being re,- Events staged juist before and dur-dc atn om n,(acetisWead a-,a atrnon, Jwhen t
i .,Leaguel.a ,;. en4,(J en(o!t1ding It ;C p.el C( alumnae in different partsigvcainfo:h bnft fte.end. Members-of Delt? (Jai lna f5O0 1'O- membersGof the sorority vwIll co-
theC12 la two years, 225or ich erl :e oILthe counf Pry. The campaign com- I trity wl aateam )room ay ' 41atearoo o r the01 bene1)'1It t he M.1
taken ;;out this year and 400 last. mttec wvill mieet on Tuesday at thei Michiigan League have nletted the fund( and 5. An exhibition by theac in gnLeague,, ligun1 ohs
App~in Campign Adisor omne of Mtrs..Henry Carter Adams. more than $630. During vacation .10i pupils of Mrs. Kruska-Johnowl etsadgw epl r nie
Mr. olyPiceCoo hcg,- per cent was given to the League one be presented undeorthauicsotelokt the articles oc. the oeti
,Aho Ir~r.,been arpoinltcd advisor to the, ' 1every purchase ;made by University iGammna Phi IBeta sorcjity rin May. wich r a1yrbe olie tiooA
I 'tANCi0I1 INN;' TAJIOl students and residents of Ann ArborI Betsy );arbouir drioywl rs
capin rmite~ as asu e her TO ill' PENi ) Bk1 1Y $OarORTY I at Hiimellioch 's in Detroit. Members ia summer style show at the:, Urnonr. lrc
u.sa hsheofie in Alumni There will be a1(lance ;at Uihol
Me cnli al bal. Ae ral caulf, gn Iof- Delta Delta Delta sorority. regist-nSaudyeeig ndIe r
comviteeof theMihi~n Lage ~Alloftheuniuefeaure wicha red the students 'and through their: HEALTH S RICE 1; ROCESSES1.
no bin ogaizdwih Mr. enysipf and sailors suggest will be car-; efforts mare than $250 was made. RAPIDLY USIN IIIYr'AIj 1lXA:I
Carter Adams as chairman. The coiflricel out at the "Anchor Innthe tea Mainttshihwrson__ --
' ; er the auspices of Pi Beta Phi sororl Al but approximately 2,000 studlrcnts
well knowvn aumnael iin Ann Arbor.4 ad 5. at the Delta Gamma house, taddoe$6tohefnw ihv ee ;ie pyia e ma-
a~ a fe meber frm ohercites.1~( Hil sree. I$101 was made by an informal' bridge tibons as requiredi by the progr °!fn be-
The n.members of th1is commnittee will; Hl tet tea. given during vacation in Detroit; ing carried out by th~e Health Service,
handle all the campaign.7plans for' Tea wkIl he served from 3:30 to by~ members .of Alpha. Epsilon Phi it was announcedI yesterd ayr. Much of
what is called the larg-er million dol- 5:20 o'clock, on each of the three days sorority, the work of the Health Sery'ice +11ring

ceds of this will be gidven to the Leat-
jgu fund arls=o. Ti<'cs for thils af-
fauir, w hich mt ay~_- e,, zc"u'ed firom
Smembers of the sorority, arc t1.00 per
011 co uple, indiv; idl adm 1Fisi =ion is iv
"vy Ket.______

to I
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1resscluI atitsi 1nx ine, esa
h ill bec, "; Zudton Ref(,lctionsl: on J our-
lie Jr saleait theMcignLau

the~ grea3ter rill ion dollar
':13Yn aig;n fund htas not yetI
"c;, thie pldges to the Uni -
l[MichiiganLeague now ami-
a1roxiitey $0,0010, a £
000 has beriaid. The utni
toc conimittee has so far
11 over 4$6,000 thlis year,$3,-'
g been jaid on a pledge to
nae council. The Junior

Is'ply md~avilaleth stif~'lar caminaig nin which they are seek-i ani iuncrieon from 12 to 1:39 'cU iiuc . ,£1UtiU1Le, waiIKILwere sld a t te i the next six weeks will be cocn rted1
_ Fh c-peain f:alma l "ood such as every one likes in the uir il' lay . by Adams, Rock, on completing this prioram
$2,50. Inaddiion, 500 asoberigthe: cot-opeatoesfalmneal pringtinme may 1be had at the tea Waterman and elf~ntoP houses, and This is the'fi styeriwhc uT1
nd over to t ie counil this semes- veyteeitr taes ri~fo ralnaieprce .
% the fund 'will undoubtedly be Interest Expressed b Alitinn'e reir? a.raoai rcs ui ~ataCo omtrrtre 19 xmntoshv enrturc j
'ae whnwhio ll thaIwllso be furnished. Proceeds from inal returns from 'the sophomore students.I
enses vi tequota Teonieriy"f icianll thee romwilgo toward the Uni- movie, "Racing Hearts", which was
_________________ alumnae in every state in ,the Union, I vrit(y of Michigan League fund. shown at thie Arcade thetre, show a. Patronize Daily Advertisers.--.lily
-- WE 111G. 3.Sell-Out Prices NnH
i e- 6+81< Evbi 4es ,. C . :~eto $.50 .I NT. I
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rthur~~C~ ore a1 a4RseA Ple
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an rc.,- -T edo oer rwIg's TheRingandhingBo)k"ml
and rice.-iodtyrieii~ a
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Co Vmedy lfadeFaI; ious by E i d a3IeanE. L. 1havenp0rt ,;
- idEdi ool) CoffQee and our Speci aI Fruit Cakeii
..- mii. Ednesd ilay E). e 1111819.
Ph :oCf' Shopai zi 1EAj -T zinnuesdtt tiif.; wil he irs lasTt visitndto Canyr.itoutlariva
- trolt jlr or to assuting next eptembelpr the easae o the Nat~nla .:1ii
Opposite Arcadpe P. 0. I Tim Ca New vYrh, which ifron that timre will be-Ioneic ls pro- .9d
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FIR ST COPNCERT

l~ediesuyMay169 8:'. .. M.
BenaniEo igiTenor
SFr!edieric-h stick, Conductor'-
March from "Th e Queen of
* iheba.............Goldmnark
Aria;, "Cielo cer. 4r" .from
- "La Gioconda" ......onchlelli
- ympihonsy In D minor.. Franck
Aria, from "L'Roi d's. Lalo-
Oriental Suite, "Boeni Mvora,"
Opus 29, No. 1.......... Ioist
Aria, "'ppr"from
- "Marth. .........Flotow
Choralt, "Awake," and Choral
Finale!, from~
"Die P~leit rie.'Wagner

THIRD CONCEPT
Suzunn Ke""q£4ner, Soprano
°:rG hur ifra~ft, Tenor
'Yaildr ens' FeA iliC(horus
Ar ni inny J. limire ,01ioiist
0"('ge Oscar Bwen!, tCondulcto3r
A Pryr.-.....Beetho e'-r
Ar ia, "Ah mn o f my deiightt
.~Lehmann
1-earest' arid Dearest
A . eat;'alet Full of Flowers -
. aracciolo
.......Rubinsteini
Voco di Prima-vera-Waltz-
... . . . . . . Strauss
Ave Mai.(' ..............L. ik
AgnusI )ei.............Bi e
Thie Nih id....... 1'i<y
-G, u (iRY~i .]i......LehrnTaniI
The Flse Poplie.......Scott
'elCt^ions115fr1Om,1 "H 'anc.'
andGrAtel". Humpzei rdinclk

IFTHI CONCERT

Ernest Scielling;, Pianist
CIhica go Symphlony. Orchestra
3-'.ecrIek Stock, Conductor
xl' Prlude to "Loreley"...Bruchi
a-Symiphony No. 3 (Rhenish). in LE
Flat, Opus 97...... Schumiann
Lk. ha it.; Scherzo -(sehr mnassig);
-Nicht Schnell; Felierlich; Le-
*bbaft.
(2 an~cricdfor modern orches-
tr a'by Mr. Frederick Stock),
Fanutast ic Stuto, for Piano and
Orchestra... ..Schtelling
Allegro marziale; Molto vivace;
Intermiezzo'; Virginia Reel.

BE IA.7MINO GIGLI _ - - Ten-
Metropolitan Opera Company
MAWEBIULE A 1)1)150 N - - Contralto
'Distinguish ed'American Artist
ERNA IRUI iNSV4TEIN - - - Violinist
. Hungarian Violinist
AIRT1I1 R iKIAFT - - - - Tenor
A Splendid American- Singer
SU7ZANNE 'iRIJ.1~kE N IR t - - - Soprano
AIetroipolitan Opera Company
GIWSEPPF )AIISI, - - - Baritone
Metropolitan Opera Company
CONDUCTORS
GUSTAV HIOLIT (Guest Conductor

ARTISTS

Chicago Opera Association
ERNET ~'111~LIU -- -Pianist
A Master Virtuoso
,.J'A--YE V k - OU@)N - - - - Contralto
Metropoliin GOpera Company,
ChIA1LIS MASHAl, -- -Tenor
CiaoOp era Association
M~etropoitan Opera Compan-y
HIENRUI SCOTT~-l- - -Lass-Baritone
Metropoliton Opera Company

Emhinient British Compo,)ser-Conductor
FRED ERICK STOCK
Condcuctor Chicago Symphony Orchestra
EARL V. -110 1Es
Cond:uctor University Choral Union
GEORGE OSCA 'tR BOYEN
Conductor Children's Festival Chorus
ORGANIZATIONS.
THIE UNIVERSITY CI1ORAL" UNION
350 Singers
THIE CHICAGO4 SY1lIPILOiY ORCH(ESTRA
70 Players
TiM ('1lIDEI'S VFESTI VAL CH~ORUS
500 Singers

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ERNA RUINJT13'Z IN

ERNEST SCHELLING

-SECOND CONCIFRT
Thuivrsday, Mlay 17, S:00 1'.
~Jnbelle Addison, Contralto
FrIM RUIhinsteint, Violinist
:'r reorge B. Rhicu1,-t'ia ist
FredriekSi kCondu ctors
Chioral and Fugue..PBch-Aln_1
Three selections from Mlass ,
B minor ..............~ach
"HIymnn of{ Jesus"........ ....t
A Dirge for Two Vetas"
.. .... ... oist

FOURTH CONCERT,-

SIXTH lCONCERT.

Frda, aiy I8) 8:00 P.Mf.-
l~ernr a ~e ISoprano..
(Iius-e-)j DnieBaritone
Te I ivrs yChrjIl Union
,Preudeto "ie ocnigskinder?'
......... umlper(ick
C'red(o fromn "Otello" ...... Ve-)Rdi
1C,:r1ing Bird" from " The
Palof Brazil ........D3avidi
Roninzafrom "William Tell"
.~Rossini
Su ite from Opera "Tho Perfect
Fool". ................ -blst
Bell ong from "Lakme"
. . . .. . . .. . :(?1 ie
Hunaran anes(17-1
....... -rahins-D voralt

Saturday, MNay 199, 8:00 P. M.
Saiiion sind Delilah. Saint-Saens

op~era in Three Acts

COURS
TIC KET'S

Still Availlte at the
SCH OOL OF MUSIC.
$00d-5.50
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CAST

.am o...... Charles Marshall
Delilah........Jeanne Gordon
I-ighi Priest.. . Clarence Whithill

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.Henri Scott

#Ii-hebrews
Phil istines

The University Choral Union

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