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THE MICHIGAN l~t

l~lL OFICIL B LLEIN SOLICIT FUNDS TO ID Advocates Raise 1iIGK[ITS NOW ON SALE
lato in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all ine~ners of U.s STUDENTS IN PARIS For onge0sen I LAYMAKERS SHOW E m
Jliveraity. !Copy received by th~e MAlcstant to the Preafdent until E11
p.m (11:$0 a. m. Saturday) Members of the faculty of the Ro- alodrfrth prutin f -
As4 SAinAARY291-4'Nme 6ance languages department have" PrfMoA.RBumspa t e- E E
30STRAMY1,IMNme 6 annonced that contributions are be- Prfso .RIrm~ lyt ~
--Ing received in various universities given Friday, May 16, at the Whitney
On mnd !Sophomores,' Spring Games: for the purpose of providing suitable teatre by the Ann Arbor Playmakers
accordance with custom and with the; consent of their respective accommodations for American women are now being received by Prof. Roy
FYeshmen and'Sophomores in the Colleges of Literatur, Science $and whio -conting~e their jPrench studies in h."W ''. Cowden, 1016 Olivia avenue, and P 1F
.s,, Engineering :and Architecture,.and Pharmacy are excused from Paris, and 'that such funds will be .{, ;r"' : will be filed in order of application.
from three P. nm". riday, May 11 until 12 O'clock noon,.Saturday, May grtflyreceived by the department Dr. A.ID, Cnkey of the rhetoric de-
lwtn participlatei~tesrn ae. M .Jutn here. ' partne t Is directing the cast, which
wte__qph_ spinggaes.__X__._Brto._ The Idea' originated when a cor- x4; "'r " Y'w * includes "several students and two -
f , emble s o the faculty. rof. Arthur M
metigofte ent Cuci wl b elo tee of,pnse. inudg a r. <JD orf l "elcria.egierig=_
number of wives of professors of . ".,}.D or fth lcrcl.niern
next regla n~r i Pr te Sdenate C .uncil illbnhelSecretary, eUiest f ars neetddepartment and Margaret Geddes, 2, =
.h :nitsiy 4:15Ppws,. inttrested themselves in the proposition. They iham~rrejthe leading roles, while the sup-M
havesecreda husein h"cKsuh>Iporing players are Donald Snyder,
England: tudenta may" live, and ' are now seek- '2,adVrtKt,'4iot fwo
l students desiring to be recommended as members of the Englishz~ have taken important parts In Comedy .
In ngan ths umerrearingwhch ing some help in Its furnishing from Cl poutos eiaLihCr
#g Union's party travelinginEgadtssumrrerigwhc the United States, which will profit by t er, '23,odNeisaelra'2,LeilWCk
'ms pu.lished in the Daily Official Bulletin several weeds ago, kind- the accommodations so provided. ter, 'cNf theler 2iCdertentand-
inm.F .Rbii.The department here has already:. Lilian Bronson, '27. F"IRST
contributed to the fund and the Cerle: Seats for the performance are pric-
Memers of the University Staff: Fran cais has voted to give $25. Con- s ed at $2 and $1.50 on the main floor,
:hose members of the staff who received but one parking tag will tributlons from any students who de-c and $1.50, $1, and $75 in the bal-
call at the office of the Secretary, the additional tag can now be sire to give will be received by any ? cony. _ xnIy Krege
d.Shirley W. Smith, Secretary. instr'uctos in the French department r Palmer Christ
___________or may be left in room 104, south Daily classified for real results. Chicago ^Synip
)o r solto:wing of University hall. Manuel Celler
opeing of the exhibition of paintings by Ramon and Valentin Zub- r- Many congessmen are advocating: I OVERTURE T
will, be for the members of the Association, only, on SaturdJay, May amove begunrnyrManueamoeblbrMlwCli SENIOR PITS NOTICE ; ARIA, "ter ZDT
4:00 P.MEnAumiMmoilHal uFO R eegny ane~er hs iear lssde ae TWO NOCtUI1'll
4:1 .MinAun eora al sserving his ?first time in the owv-j Seniorltrr lsdusae Clouds!
Warren P.. Loiubard, President inrnni house of congress from New York, l i now ┬░payable, and must be paid ( = TREE SONG
fficrs wee rently lectd forthevefr says7he5anto live n- ones, treasurer, 1923 Gedde RA Da
k,* ~OQt1 101 t+ gpnofllc Bldg. J, . R. ayden. Ofcr ee entyeetdfrtenual.lla'sysh antlvein avenue. .
=_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Veteran ; of F 9iteign Wars assoo iation ishington on the smaller asim. {I I L eve DeatI
s..u #,. s liclhaid N. HallI post. 'te new offi-
~ii ersaxe;~pot ~pmaner, * -(Arrange
~ . f :. crs tt e;,post commaderA. E.An-.Er
senior announcements and, Invitations wlbditiuein6 l' dsoi'2tsnrvc-oniae, iiilti#iill befldistributedl in Office##f3dei1#ioti##2llillselior vice-commander,, ,
106~, Tappan Hall, Tuesday, May 13, from 9:00:A. M. to 5:30 P. M. H. 1). Clark, '24; junior vice-commsand- F =
e prepared to pay senior dues. ir. Alexander. er, P. N. Young, '24E; quartermaster," . SPEI~'~TAL FOR w TShEAC7
_________ S. S. LaSha, '24E;, chaplain, Cletus tJi'JIX _LK..N
--'
. n lor a, 'ad ; r s t, C. D . O, l S an , ,: .-
patient who left gold bar pin in my office at Health Service before errand;C.trseso, 6. = Claire '24E C
1may have same by clling nr it. Margaret Bell. The insallation will b held Tie- RoL~L~,II'" ytl ladmen(
day, May 20.-a .,nltJ
12:4-Sudets'Bibe_______Bptit_. = nversit Cio
________Chicago -- -m-
Guild house. Prof. John Sundwall, of the hygiene ' Ehea TZym
f %1( T 2:15--Philippine lMichigan club meet- and, public health department, will 328# SOUJTH MAIN
cs G ! N ig aehall. address the. Philippine-Michigan club OVERTURE,
_______________6:34-6:3--Freudshlp hour, Baptist at its regular meeting at 3 o'clock ~AA "Deh v:
_________________-IGild hous. i an bl. SM FIOI
'rs4'p orsoieties u43ing this 680-Biaptt Young PeOples' unilon ___'SCNCR TI
silo 1d nclade i their not lceq meets in church parlors.CA ATIRMfl :rc.-Y .\.Ya~,:..", r:
6i:30-,Students' devotional m 1:- i-r aOCH
u; mnd plae. AllBapistQuiljhosei2hSQ'l~ ha i t ARIA, "Me Vo
this daY }zwll be disregarded 011,-E, - SELECTIONS
- Tie Grge Tooth scholarsilp ope . ' ti *, ti.ii ~ "an
tf ~ ~ . m s th l l i ., tf I on ra v s a re n ow on ex hibi g ' ", 'h tr: f t e , i A a
j-2'rsy eatet t~coh in the "ardhitetirilx~tr o it. atfl 'lictue, ~ - ve'''u { Tr~
0T omon the second floor of the Efn-m
li da 1ry, Slgaw .fovst. a-,r neering ; bulding where-they may t. graceful, .vaes, ,prety lttle u ,, i~
. irlEJAs, Ferry fild".,'%FS be' eipeerv afternoon: be .
aied %#vz Sfo d n ur heves'W " A Chlldren's F
ticlwys g#d . , df! Q
' g , erry :;:I<. , i x-; x,'"a ato salt ' 41 1419e :r in telandE g a e
ilti ~y TH SUN W
"E ao art ad .L0
songs yd}folk elocetfon. ofyq r gift, W4)r? .VOIC EOFV
(6 Y anue o. jN v ct, acs it . fp r a irthday.. d ii~gor m.(: '!~kIi ~p"O1J~
y~en Ch rt4au iaisctln nd nth. A....ie fFl~fi esn~l~eebr~~ SAIHD
a% , ,". ~.and an <ustraite 'lectture- ill frnish tesoal-,' { ba ,,;;,. I :".,+ ,+'.. ,. THE FOUNTA
. ri hRoom ons6red b y (he' "141)lhlpine ' -'"'n>"' h."..AfNIGHT HYMNI1
b i,. .. ". 1 c nclubf,"vwhzch fwill be held 'i n i "' :s istomBl AUTI
hall auditoriutm. 12.Thursday night. _:A. Philippine string ; . IIw . vi1n"t. Phne ' '' GHIOD NHT
"--. ' l1 , yband from Detroit will furnish some 1K C AF i. S IOP" _' ORNNG'.
SNAY _ .. of the musical =numbers, all of the I:-. a_ ___g . ==_,e CRDLEsor
he^ University 74en's Bible program I eing planned to be of a pure- .1
______Opposite__Post__Office__tn.__Areade__.__ FANTASEI
reetss vLane,hail. ! ly, native sort. There will be no ad- O"o E ot fic n roi
ittrniing'Service, FIrt Baptist mission charge and the public is cor j n'' , a ITALIAN SE
dialy nvied.' ~ -~ . =SCHERZO..
d.ally invited. a ,- WHIRL AND
.. , WALTZ SONG
,.., .:"--._ __.__._._- _ _- .-----.___ - -_._i_'_u__.rLU ICS -INVITATION
st Published -
FOUR
' U IO S MSH. . ALO ODOI' spring is the time to get your Sci, (
Edited and Adapted for StagePresentation b yt Sophie Baa
PROF. RICHARD :'T. HOLLISTERfriends together for a group _ ,TeChicag (
Prcp10 -'' otovrapfl. riasnniL t or out- = OVERTURE,

r3v r - __-V__ RE ITA IV
BO K T sidegroups. Phone for aCp- ARISONGS WIph
Tea E CHOREOGsRA
___________________pointment fnow. (a)-Sere
_ ~the Diep(
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14 E() Mohe
't' forget your' Mother ARIAThe
LynARIAny Ossi-ti
AY, May 11th. SAVNI=D
ake heFI, 1 l0 STABLISIILI)110
rout for a nICe -4-, "v e L A. _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ .IT
WiVllits, 315 S._____State_________________FIF______I___r_
1's lere a Special Din-
b Mother's Day. * - J1 )(L Iarod Baer
MENu _ Chicago Syinp
x o~ It~ A LONDON S
Cre m o .Asparagus I L I .Jyof qaiyad= Lento-Al
i abou ye plo
~Radishes i' talkinweio CONCERO
lives Wafers .,tlkaotvacation vtw Alero;
t.be ifLAbuMit Sauce: might as well prepare for INT7'1
At4-u YongCicken a la ~I~
MarylanditRe e be l stht
..,n~e MAashed Potatoes i.Rme brwasta
ones equiment iS not - VoresteBle
a ,: ..Cesare Baroi
salad ' complete ior r lig Un- = Chiago Synij
eo4 Lettu ekd Tomato L Le }}*~
Home ~t" less Pie luggage essentials " INTRODUCTI
'awberry Shortcake with are the best. FI[NALE, ACI
Whipped Cream $0 to $14 I EXCEPTF~c

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WtCR

IGAN'S
GREATEST -
MUSICAL
EVENT
r MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Wednesday Evening, May 21, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
r (Munich, Berlin and M&adrid Operas)..... Soprano
an (University Organist) .... ........Organist
tony Orchestra-X4rederlck Stodik. .....Conductor
PROGRAM
CO "THE SECRET OF SUSANNE".. ..Wolf-Ferrari
[E HOF'FNUNG"....... .........Beethoven
R.NES ................................Debussey
s--Festi vals.
aS,. WITH ORCHESTRA...,..........Schubert
10. 1 FOR ORGAN AND ORCHESTRA ..,... DeLama.rter
(Conducted by the Composer)
Intermission
l~all of Songs" from "Tannhauser"............. Wagner
ON-Tristan's" Vision-Arrival of the Ships-Isolde's
th, fromn "Tristan and Isolde".................Wagner
d for Concert-Performances by Frederick Stock)
[D MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Thursday Evening, Mfay 2t, 8:00, o'clock
SOLQIS S
1 cago Civic Opera) ........................ Soprano
Amierican Virtuoso) ..............Violinist
[(Distinguished American Artist) ........Baritone
oral Union--Earl V. M1oore.......... ....Conductor
iitony Orehestra-Frederick Stock.... ... Conductor
PROGRAM
A Pilgrim Vision" ..............Carpenter
Wni non tardar" ("Marriage of Figaro")......Mozart
POEM., "Pastorale d'ote"'t...........Honegger
NT G MINOR. FOR VIOLIN . '.....:...... Bruch
IiA DRIF'T", FOR BARITONE SOLO, CHORUS AND
CESTRA ...............................Delius
ila seule" ("Les Pechieurs de Perles").........Bizet
FROM THE "B MINOR MblASS"' ..............,.... Bc

DMAY FESTIVAL CONC
Fridtay -39Afternoon, Allay , 2.-") o'clock

'~1
'4

estiv I Cfiorus-Veorge Osc r I1lowen...... cne-0
)RSH1P'PERS...................Zuni Indian Melody
Y'ENING . ~ Weber
'G .. .....Coleridge-Taylor
LNCE.ll.............. .................... Teyh
'AT SEA ...... ,Goring-Thomas
IL V10L4i'' ...... ...Reinecke
G ....... Mendiessohn
01IT 1 .ME1 ODY ............. .. Parratt
PRETTY STARS .......... ............ Farwell
.. . . . . . . . . . . . .Farwell
.G. . ...Schubert
MIROMPTU . ...... .................Chopin
'RENADE...................... ........ Salvi
. ... . . Salvi
TWVIRL ({From "Flying *Dutchman")........Wagner
(from "Faust") ... ..,................Gounod
OF THE BELLS (From. "Chimes 'of Normandy")
-Planquette
TH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Friday' Eveanig,- May 23, 8:00 Vtcl~ck
SOLOISTS
xu (Metropolitan Opera) ... ..........Contralto
Chicago Civic Opera)..... ................. Tenor
Symphmony Orchestra-Yretierick Stock....Conductor
- PROQRAM:I
"Bohemia................ .... ., .... .Hadley
'AND ARIA, "Gerechter Gott" ("Rienzi'') . . ,. . . Wgner
FROM SUITE NO. 2..............Milhaud
pari" ("Martha") ...................... Flotow
PHIC POEM, "The "Waltz" ... ............. Ravel'
iORCHESTRA...... ...............Moussorgsky
made of Death. (b)--The Banks of the Don. (c)-On
per.
CRIPTIONS FOR OROHESTRA-
ly on the Shore .................. .... .Grainger
Irish- Washerwoman...............Sowerby
Wis, Song" ("Werther")............ ...Massenet
)ANCES........................Dvorak
HI MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Afternoon,' M1ay 24,'2:30 o'clock
SOLOISTS
r(Favorite Concert Artist) .... ..........Pianist
[)hiony Orchrestra-Fred eric-k Stock .......Conductor
P'ROGRAM1
"Cockaigne,' ....................Elgar
1YMPHONY (First "Time in Ann. Arbor) ........ Williams
.e gro Risoluto; Len to; Scherzo; Andante-Allegro;
Igue.
POR. PIANOFORTE NO. 5 E FLAT M1AJOR ..Beethpoven
Adagio un. poco Moto-Rondo.
IMAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Evening, May 24, 8;0O o'clock
- SOLOISTS
mimni (American-Italian Concert Star)......... Soprano
at (Chicago Civic Opera) .... ..............Tenor
eer (M'etropolitan Opera) ,...........riton~e
aeo (Chase Sikes) (La Scala Opera)........... .Bass
phony Orecesra-Frederick Stock .......... Conductor
- VROGRA1~I
[ON AND " HY'MN TO THE SUN"~ ("Iris") ... .Mascagni
RA (Spring) ................................ Respighi
rII, "Forza Del Destino"...................... Verdi
'R.OM "AIDA"................................ Verdi
1. Aria, "Ritorna Vincitor."

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