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TI IE MICHICAN DAILY

4
WHAT'S GOING ON,
NTI CE-Copy for this colsup. shotili
bo sublnaitted by13, .:;) o'clock 01
thme day before pitllieatlum.
T[UESDAY9'
10):00-senior engineers meet il rooltIm
348 of the Enginecring builinug. z
11 :0$--SNopbomiorc engincers rmee~ft i
room 348 of the Engineering" build-
wife (?:nil..;roolr of the LUnio..
Ho15ll nI, i, H. ('rr~zmn spi zlsIn.
room 1B of Law b Iuilding.
4 : 3t-Clhiles blusiness s v~ nl try
outs izet'inr~ 'ess builing
6:01)-'3';Ikcst P1)bamiqui,in LkC-,
cafe,
tS:ITh- fuidcut Press clb diIII:r inAliyE
inlane lhail.
306>ofct he lUnion.ax.
7:00-Glee club meet-. in uipler !read.
ing room of the Union.(
S:(-"Tr1ke Gospel of St. Jo,'n, " courstI
IV, iln Upper room, Lane ball.
7 :1 - ignia Delta CMi meets ill the
Union.
7:;;4- Iound Up c l it. iiiiion :at Uni-
io.
7:.3O- -'reslnl~li lnu~ i eets ilk as -
selinbly 11211 of the Union.
7::34--Underclass conduct eonnttee {
meets in room, 302 of the Union.
7::30-Ailptia Kappa Psi meets in room I
304 of the Union.If
7::30-Adelpi meets In Adelpimi room,(c
fourth floor. University hall.
8 :00-D~odo perfor"tmnce in D~odo play
S':00--rclm l 1y3,iin S~ai Castwel
Ang;ell ihail.t

V .orke rs See P- t 1a7 (? - cl Y ,uue rowu ichrigan club lS)L AL IN DF GIVE S (toy Spa in, where ]:expi)ect; orsm
llcf.in. roorn "2N5;of the Union, his atl tesinti.eUieriyofMd
To Win Labor ites 7:"- eb and fl Inge inpts hIrv~Mu LAST TALK H ER J ridin th.e ifal
H'~m 1) ~f ~rio. li '104 of the Union.___
A.P A~l Of Societyes n ia-lide f ad¢,ies { Arl R3d
ihalProf. Antonio (G. Of M~d Cccle ilso i
.. r hayn dPallcue n~ rid, and a memrber cf the S-anish de- De ' Mrt(er 1. olty, o(;lIhe
Itura! Science auditorium. ; partmient dutring the presenlt school' c'I olgi n ftecn
year, delivered a lecture yesterday raft- trln;s oteAri Bn,"ofc,
Ut - N)'UlCES1. ernoon in Ale Natural Science audi-'pbiaio fTu eaP, nto
r 1 honorary engineering society%, wh Ih
I utro:tin ~c skeches by. d varxi 8. toriaun. He spolke on thte minor works will be mnailedl to memeso h r
1Schilling,, architect, in architectural ofCe ; es ganization in every state of the cation
corridor case.- In his talk Profesor Solalinde paint- Saturday. The qluarterly magazine is
Photog-rapHs of Chicago Tribune ct n-elouthtahohkn ntewolbig edited by John W. Ross, '2.3h, a.,)
pettio buldigs n Lbray hilover as the author of Don Quixote, sited by the local chapte of Tau Blet
:use." Cervantes' other lite'r~ry work waq ;Pi.
CiSC. not ensuperally eknown adapeitd
lie(iicu~ef soe f i, ad ointed Let "J7immiie thpe adtaker" find it'
out its 1ucculiar merits.
I The talk was the las4 of a. large ~
HAVE YOU TRIED numberOiven y Profssor Slalind
r Ln o ienb rfso ollnemT-'this yecr. He leaves for the Univer. 'PIANOi TUNING
cI u. 99 sity of California within I10 days, S'iaool 1 131 i'F uflei
[J{ u v here he will lecture duiring their P HIONE .02 ~
f !H OfI a R., 418N. iton1.
I summ'xer period. He will' then return - .,...
f f
IF FORSPRNG EVE
4.R lnsDO SO TODAY l ,lsasIFTake one riding habit, add a congenial companion, and".
Britih workers vre won lEain g if mix w'tith two of lMullison's saddle horses. Take in the
these leaders will fall l'or, the charm of Chocolate malted drink for pnar i n rto ordssa.edd
society and go over to the "enemy.";..
Since the labor leaders,, in breeches - THE NULLISON STABLES
and silk stockings, were guests of roy-
alty at ttuckitnhaim palace the rank Phone 87
and file of 'thle laborites have been in-
Easy. Accordiing to reliable reports an "'Electropure"- Product
the silk stockings of J. R. Clynes came
down while that renowned laborite'
was at the king's palace for the recent
"get together" party. Delr hoe1
in room '342 of the Union.

' $A tM CI

265£. HURON PON r14F
Teoll your bysis * pSro0f.
QHAVINGT crentr caps have an unzcanny habit of
Hingd Cp sown ereis o re' r'tbe. ou can't per-
sulade itt to r}U)iow0n (A rain p i t refuses to go 1nea r
the bathroom bloor-. In biefC!, it defies all previoUS lawes
gover~nig the beha, vior of shaving ( :-canYi caps.
Wiliam' havngCreamn, in the sa,,,ne way,, up)sets
all traditio.I~s about shaving. Firsn~t of all , it (':ceeds every
knowvn speecd limait for softei-iin the beard. Yiou c-an
get your face ready for shaving In less time wvith
Williams' than with aniy shavring creamr you ever used.
In the secondpac,VWiliams'h,,,as apositive effect
for good on the skirt. Your
face, withthe wholesome care N I' ''
which Williams' gives, is k-P nbte onlto n uet
more cornforta~ble.
Test out these advan tages
which Williams' o ffers. Start
with Williams' to--morrow,
and see what a timre saver it +4,
is and how it helps m ake-
shaving more enjoyable.

12:1,---M~mm.isfclylnhh
main' din'ing room o" the 'Union.
4:00-11, Q0.rT. C. fndprclic I,
-Newberry hall.
4:1-Oraiurecitail inl 11i111anditlor-
4:1 >-&fhiary ball colkillitictee meets

Cong rfgational church.
7:0 :t)Feslmnan Glee claup~ i iets III
upper reading room of the Union.
7 :15-'Veterniis of forelp; Wars ineet!
in assemibly hall of the Union.

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GUSTAV -HOLST

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EA AL N. MOOIRE

FIRST CONCERT

I

THIRD CONCERT

FIFTH CONCERT

IXGRE'Gco~'T

WenedaMay fIC, 8:00 P. i.
Benlismhlxo GigIj, Tenor
The 1' 3b (rsity Chorail Uplion
Chi3cag o symphony Orchestral
Frederick Stmock, Coaductcex!
,4 rO, from 'Thes Queen of
Sheba .............Goldiniark
Aria, "Cielo e mar" frm
"La C ioconda" .... Ponchielli
Symphony in D minor.. Franck
Arafrom "L'Roi d'Ys".. .Lalo
Opus 29, No. 1 ...... ..11o1st
riai, "-Wappari" fromt
"Martha" ..........Flotow
Chiorale , "Awake," and Choral
Finale, from
"Dc 'ijieeistursiner....llWagnecr

'rida~y, Ifay 18, 2:30 P. 31.
Sizt ime Keener, Soprano
Arthur JRr~ifll rTenor
Mrs. Gleorge Dr. Ilx,:ad, Pianist
4'i drenMs' P'tvlChorusa
Anthmony .J.Whitioire, Violinist
fxeor ge O4,ar floweit, Conductor
A Pryer .........'.Bee thzoven
The Linden Tree .....Schubert
aria, "-'li moon of mny delight"
...,.,... .,Lhrnann
Nearest andI Dearest
A'Streanilet Fuill of Flowers
.......... aracciol
Wat'l rer~s Nght Sone;
...... ubinstein
Voce di P'rimiavera-Waltz
. .. .,. trauss
Ave Ma-la .............Lzi
Agnus Dci..............Bizet
The N"i .ht Wind ........ Fariey
There are Fairie:, at the Potton
of our Garde.'......Lehniann
The Fail4e Prophet........ Scot I
Selections from "Hlansel
and Gretel".....luinperdlinckl

Satarday, May 19, 2:::3 P. 31.
Ernest Schellig, Pianist
Chlca-6 Symphony Orchestra
Frederick Stock, Conductor
Prelude to "Lorecly".. . .'.ruch
Symphony No. 3 (Rhenish) in B
Flat, Opus 97...... Schumann
Lebohaft; Scherzo (sehr massig);
Niebt Schnell; Feierlich,; Le
bhaft.
(Transcribed for modern orches-
tra by Mr. Frederick Stock()
Fantastic Sulte, for Piano and
Orchestra ...........chelling
Allegro marziale; Molto vivace;
Intermezzo; Virginia heel.

ART]
LIA3iINO GIGLI - - - - Tenor
Metropolitan Opera Company
MAIIETLE ADI)ISON -- Contralto
Distinguished American Artist
EINA I UPPINSTEI-N - - - Vialinist
Hungiarian Violinist
ARTHUR JKRAFT- -------Tenor
A Splendid Ainericean Singer
81-ZANNE KEENER - - - Soprano
Metropolitan Opera Company
(dUSi' PPE IJANINE - - - Baritone
Metropolitan. Opera Coimpany
x CONDUCTORS
GU8STAV HOLST (Guest Conductor)
Eminent British Composer-Conduc
F'REDERIt'K STOCK
Conductor Chicago Symphony Or(
EARL V. MOORtE
Conductor University Choral Uujoi
GEORGEOSCAR IWEN
Conductor Children's Festival Ch
ORGANIZATIONS
T.ILE t1IVE TI SI TY CHORAL UN\ION
.350 Singers
THLE CHICAGO SYMPILONY ORCllESTII,
70 Players
THlE CHIDREN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS
500, Singers

ISTS
FLORENCE M1ACBET1 - - Sopr'ano
Chicago Opera Association
EHNEST SCHLELLI\G -- - - Pianist
A Master Virtuoso
JE*ANE GORD)ON - - - - Contralto
Metrop liitan Opera Comnpany
CHTARLES .flARSI1At11 - - Tenor
Chicago Opera, Association.
CLAREXCE WITE11ILL - Baritone
Metropolitan Opera Company
HIEMRI SCOTT- - - - f ass-Barit~m C
Metropoliton 'Opera Company

rLOR NCHi MACBETH

CLARENCE, W~t Ij-HILL

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MASELLE ADDISON

ERNA RUBINSTEIN

E~RNEST S'CHEILJNG

SECOND CONCERT

FOURTH CONCERT

SIXTH CONCERT

'1 mu-suy, May 17, 8:00 P. If.
31:th Addison, Contralto
Erna )Rubbistelni, Violinist
T ;m l Uiver-ity Choral Union.
('Idea!go Symlphoiiy Om'clies:tra
ix9larsGeC3rge B. lihemd, Pa-uist
31r. Eric Delamnrter, Organist
Oasta v Hoist, Earl V. clore and
1redrleli Stock Conductors
C;;oral andl Fugue. . Bach-Abert
Thre seectonsfrom ,Mass,
B inr. .......... ...ach

COTR SE
TICKETS

YrI-iy, ay 1%8, :00 P.
Florence Macleth, Soprano
(Aiuseppe 1)anisc, Baritone
Th'le University Choral Union
Ch('h aoSymphoniy Orchestra
reerick Stohi kConductor
Prel ude to "Die Koen-IgskI der"
.........Huipcrdinck
Credo from "Otello"...... Verdi
Dance Poemi "Le Peri"... .Dukas
"Charnaung Birdl" from "The
Pearl of Brazil ........avid
Romanza fromi "William Tell"
.....Rossini
Suitr ironi Opera "The Perfect
Fool" ................Ioist

Saturday, Mlay 10, 8:0O P. iii
Samison and Delilah. Saint-Saens

Opera in Three Acts

Sill Available at the
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
$5.09 -$5.50

CAST

Samson ...... Charles Marshall
Delilah........Jeanne Gordon
High Priest... C'larence Whithill
An Old Hebrew er ct
Abimelech r/

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SUZANNE KEENER

,;EANNE GORDON

ARTHUR KRAFT

GIUSEJ-P E DAMS ,

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