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______________ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I , -, 1 1-7 1 1 . I.,. .

Ten -complete prospective books for
the next Union opera have been turn-
Sed in to the committee in charge of
1 selection of the next book. From these,
and possibly an additioal one or two
which may be turned in today, will be
Schosen the book for the nineteenth an-
nual M~imes production.
The committee chosen to select the
Sbook for the' next opera consists of
lthe following members : Prof. Louis
k. strauss, . and Prof. Oscar J. Damp-
!:W1l, bath of the 1nglIsh department,
Prof.1 H. AKeyon of tie'Frehe-.
Tartment,,and. Donal, HamiltonfHanes
Hof the JoUrnalsm department.
Boons submittald this year display
~awide variety of Types in plots, en-
3bling the committee -to make a bet-
~tr choice than in frer years. Som
Hof them have music especially writ-
ten for themr." Others will have music
,composed for hem .later. The music
~wll, however, be selected later, reg-
zardless of its adaptation to anyr spe-
'cial' book. The book will be chosen
,within the next two weeks, according
to the committee.
Aiton Names T'en
Greatest Artists
SLeaving precedent aside in his(l
"dciolce of the ten greatest painters or
kid ? Ait0m, f.thet
~prt ; H , i N ,V~eqiz
Spaniard, at the bead of his list. Dr.
Rton belie ys that,theSpanish mast-
s have en 7 egleted by critics.
1e list of; geatst painters in his
pinion shou .,peal: 1. Vaasquez; 2.
itlan; 3. X hael Angelo; 4 Rap-
l; '5. Ilempr1 ndt; 6. Goya; 7. El
-reca; 8. Murijo; 9. Van Dyke; 10.
Velasque, ulii -o ;iane~ of the
fasters, did not cone-hi mself to re-
ious themes fr his pictures. In-
stead he painted the court life of
hilip IV, battle scenes, landscapes
a nd pictures of the life of the com-
mons. As most of his originals are in
the art galleries of Spain, Americans
have not had the opportunity to appre-
caeVelasquez. Reproductions of his
Sworks are not satisfactory for the
blues in his paintings have not been
keproduced to give the real effect.
Velasquez has painted a rather co-
lete history f.the Jlife ,of the -time
f Philip IV' He oasthe offical
Dut palter .dhs portraits of the
ing and' the ceen1 show very strik-
ngly their character.
Dr. AitQgn spent te; r 1920-21
i S3pain " y tY t 'aleete
igh pertn ~ r a y tIAt
ountry there j~ an appreciation o
rt- not seeA in irierica. Ihe ran in -
he'street knows Velasquez and Mur-
ff4.. peF +.f
00K nd, ab~nor 3d as
a ml eue ac.Dlyo!ne
Ein IELR E~~rs~.~~
LAEenI n oddSemhi n nuac g

S a M llionaire' '_li F m usH r it os ,D /M 1Char les Preece *wi lpve s the t
PA1D ingenues, Edth Perkins and P
For/ MU IC arsall, and Milton Brink will ha
Con ideed;or E igauguu For FetvaCo cert AUSICIANS (Continued from Page Four the part of the nero.~ aea
Naval Secretarygcon ert authorties, contains an unuually Ti~ketsar now o asa
T. large number of slos and choruses] i Mies Theatre box office
T1he harp as a solo instrument has i highest honors three years ahead of The following program will be giv- in keeping with. the best traditions ofa, "Dona Clarines", a play given by t
ft;kalw ays been considered the instru- his class, and is hailed today as a en by the advanced students of the, uia oey n annvrtloiddHipnc ilb rsn
met f heded.Bu Abet alicomposer, director and the greatesto uscat730oclcst-ich aler,. Oecurs erhe lone ar saica wll bng elhal t
rkymnofthe noeal.BtAbrtSli concert harpist that the wol has
u t" aphnmnlharp virtuoso, who ever produced, (night in the School of Music auditor- will strike a hit, but the book on- 'clok tonight. Serafin and Alvam
...... will play at then cocert Mayh Festival, hste SgrSaiwlllyattheFridai. The general public is invited taims some exceptionally clever lyrics Quintero "afe the joint authors(
**' reputation of having revolutionized afeno1cnetofteFitvl p to attend, in "Try Anything-Just Once", "Win- this drama. The Quintero broth;
u,(id modernized the instrument. pearing on the same program with the Nocturne, E major .f....l Coi ing Combinations", and "Arstocra-i are modern Spanish ply writes, w
Crtc elr hthspayng a Children's Festival chorus.- Phyllis Browncyshudbscesfla
Critics delarehthatsisuatdthatveryopruncsfu. wite ofallapastime, wththeal
~.~-times, gives the effect of an entire-___R_ omance G major, Op. 40. .Beethoven Teraealo anacethrm brsft
-f small orchestra, with strong dynamic . Jean ette EmmonsI lednco dioeDut)fiy.Tylvehrghhect
/s ' contrasts, and is sugg estve alternate- ,Princeton To ..zv1 ,:adtee Waltzes, Op. 39,. .................and, there cseiaos Dut~fml.Theaywietnghwnthe coi
..fy of brasseswod-:ns>r trng. nannounc e lbrie okwo r-hsforthe laisriousattempt toin-, h ly rtigdw h o
; uhahivmnsontehriaea Sonata, D maor ..,..........Handel toduce the college atnos here thatcation as it progresses. This p
....iatnishing revelation, and those who-DothAba has been so conspcuous by its ab-witni 99 s hel hrg
think that it is a tinkling, gentle in- Pri'ncatm, NJ, March ]1,- The Peue&FgeBc ec ntercn no prs study of Dona Clarines, ln
~ strurnet should ear Salviplay. He tud e Op.2, No. 2.....Chopin One of the major purposes of thewmnyprohosest i
issi oetatteuepce rmuniversity faculty at its meeting Mon-rc mihpoutinioodicvrnwmaettalythesaighoaneenarrowpth
i s instrumen, and makeeitea (real 1day passed a resolution to the -efect C'cGtorO.c4....m endlhs pnrorduturn is'dipoerormnestand"ththelysatafeneE.arcatho.
jmasculine performance. His payingi that "In the Ifuture sophomore, jun- CnetI Fndlshn ef nllorence Welden wt hsi id e ihu r-the'Spiyshe ep .Artme as
is of resourceful variety, containingfradsnotet.ilbena- lnetOp7.... aewihtiliimn eo to r-teSaihdprmnt as i
the romance of Venice, the gentleness totand e n.Te io te s tailkenasa- MinetO p.7............. G rt-ieg vous muscal comedy experience have charge of the direction of the py
of a zephyr,~ and the brilliance andi result of repeated complaints of cer- Pell St., New York ......Whithorne been picked for the leading roles. The "Dona Clarines" will be presented
- dramatic power of 2n orchestra. tain departments that students neg-i Virginia Bales arts of the partners in a candy s1op, Detroit Saturday evening at the D
Signor Salvi was brn in Venice, the leted their work to prepare for a- Accompaniments by Helen Blahnik Henry Camden and Mark Anthony troit City college.
son of an Italian harp maker of that Ione et nohrdprmns n Dwight Steere. Fig (very fat), are to be taken byj
i ---cto i frtlsoso Inucdtssi ohrdprmns an ______ Walter McCarthy and H-oward Ken- Jimmie the adtaker" sells gnythi
William Cooper Proctor mninature harp-which his father made' Minneapolis, Minn., March 11.-Re- DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING nedy respectively, David Tauf and mickly.Adv.
WiliamCooerProtor Cncinat ,epecially for him. He v. as a boy
Wila oprPotr icnaiwonder, winer of the Royal Scholar- cent reports state that the UJniversity BIG RESULTS- -°
soap millionaire, is another inder si rztu eevn l i of Minnesota contributed more that ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
consideration for appointment as sec- training at the expense of the Italian $A'00 to the Students' Friendship -_________
retary of the navy to succeed Edwin!- government. Hle graduated with the fund. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Denby. He has the endorsement of T 7 r
Sen. Frank B. Willis and Rep. Simeon I vrIe?1 classes e r over ;
D. Fess, of Ohio. Proctor was a back-: DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRINGa rv
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