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THE MICHIGAN D

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D AILY. OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Aasistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays
Volume 4 SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1924 Number 162,
Freshmen and Sophomores, Spring Games:
In accordance with custom and with the consent of their respective
Deans, Freshmen and Sophomores in the Colleges of Literature, Science and
the Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy are excused from
classes from three p. m. Friday, May 11 until 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, May
10 to allow them to participate in, the spring games. M. L. Burton.
Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
May 12, -at 4:15 p. m. in the President's office. F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
Trip to England:
Will students desiring to be recommended as members of the English
Speaking Union's party traveling in England this summer, regarding which
notice was published in the Daily Official Bulletin several weeks ago, kind-
inform me. F. E. Robbins.
To the Members of the University Staff:
If those members of the staff who received but one parking tag will
kindly call at the office of the Secretary, the additional tag can now be
furnished. Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The opening of the exhibition of paintings by Ramon and Valentin Zub-
laurre, will be for the members of the Association, only, on Saturday, May
10th, at 4:00 P. M., in Alumni Memorial Hall.
Warren P. Lombard, President
Political Science 1, Make-up examination:
The make-up midsemester examination will be held today, Saturday, at
9 o'clock, Room 101 Economics Bldg. J. R. Hayden.
Education Seniors:
The senior announcements and invitations will be distributed in Office
A, room 106,, Tappan Hall, Tuesday, May 13, from 9:00 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.
Come prepared to pay senior dues. M. Alexander.

SOLICIT FUNDS TO AID as e TICKETS NOW ON SALE
SU.S. STUDENTS IN PARIS ForFOR PLAYMAKERS SHOW

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Members of the faculty of the Ro-
mance languages department have
announced that contributions are be-E
ing received in various universities
for the purpose of providing suitable
accommodations for American women:
who continue their French studies in
Paris, and that such funds will be
gratefully received by the department
here.
The idea originated when a cor-
mittee of patronesses, including a
number of wives of professors of
the University of Parris, interested
themselves in the proposition. They
have secured a house in which such
students may live, and are now seek-
ing some help in its furnishing from
the United States, which will profit by
the accommodations so provided.
The department here has already
contributed to the fund and the Cercle
Francais has voted to give $25. Con-
tributions from any students who de-
sire to give will be received by any
instructors in the French department
or may be left in room 104, south
wing of University hall.

Mail orders for the production of

Professor J. R. Brumms play to be
given Friday, May 16, at the Whitney
theatre by the Ann Arbor Playmakers
are now being received by Prof. Roy
W. Cowden, 1016 Olivia avenue, and
will be filled in order of application.

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Dr. A. D. Conkey of the rhetoric de-
partment is directing the cast, which
includes several students and two
members of the faculty. Prof. Arthur
D. Moore of the electrical engineering
department and Margaret Geddes, '26,
have the leading roles, while the sup-
porting players are Donald Snyder,
'25, and Vera Katz, '24, both of whom
have taken important parts in Comedy
Club productions, Velma Leigh Car-
ter, '25, Neil Staebler, '26, Cecil Wick-
er of the. Rhetoric department, and
Lilian Bronson, '27.
Seats for the performance are pric-
ed at $2 and $1.50 on the main floor,
and $1.50, $1, and $.75 in the bal-
cony.

ETRN O FOREIGN
WARS ELECT OFFICERS
Officers were reently elected for the
Veteran's of Foreign Wars association
Richard N. Hall post. The new offi-
cers are: post commander, A. E. An-
derson, '26L; senior vice-commander,
H. D. Clark, '24; junior vice-command-
er, P. N. Young, '24E; quartermaster'
S. S. LaSha, '24E; chaplain, Cletus

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Manuel Celler
Many congressmen are advocating
a move begun by Manuel Celler, who
is serving his first time in the low-
er house of congress from New York,
for an increase in salary of repre-
sentatives from $7,500 to $10,000 an-
nually. Celler says he can't live in1
Washington on the smaller sum. 1

Daily classified for real results.
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( SENIOR LITS NOTICE
( Senior literary class dues are
now payable, and must-be paid
( up before May 15. Checks I
should be mailed to Lincoln D.
Jones, treasurer, 1923 Geddes
( avenue.

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Notice: Galloway, '25E; adjutant, W. O. Shun-
rhe patient wno left gold bar pin in my office at Health Service before a nrad; trustees . C2.Elusion, '24E
vacation, may have same by calling 'r it. Margaret Bell. The installation will be held Tues-
day, May 20.
- 12:00-Students' Bible class, Baptist-
Guild house. Prof. John Sundwall, of the hygiene
WY H AT'S GOING ON 2 15-Philippine Michigan club meet- and public health department, will
ing, Lane hall. address the Philippine-Michigan club
S :30.6:30-FrIendship hour, Baptist at its regular meeting at 3 o'clock
Guild house. tomorrow In Lane hall.
All persons or societies using this 6:00-Baptist Young Peoples' union t
icolumn should include in their notices meets in church parlors...... ... ...ti -- ~...... .......
day, hour, and place. All notices 6:30-Students' devotional meeting,
without this data will be disregarded. Baptist Guild house.

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SATURDAY
9:00 a. m.-Golf match-IllinoIs vs.
Michigan.
9:00 a. m..-Forestry department an-
nual field day, Saginaw forest.
9:00-Spring games, Ferry field.
'0:30-Tennis meet-lilnoiv' vs. Mich-
9 gan, Ferry field.
:30-Dua, track meet-Ohio State
vs. Michigan, Ferry field.
4:00-A. L E. E. Canoe Party and
Steak Roast.
5:30-Nothers' Day banquet, Union.
6:00-Student Christian association
dinner, Union.
7:00-The Upper Room Bible clads
meets, Lane hall.
8:00-Chinese Students' club meeting,
Lane hall auditorium.

IT-NOTICES
The George Booth scholarship compe.
tition drawings are now on exhibi-
tion in . the architectural =lecture
room on the second floor of the En-
gineering building where they may
be seen every afternoon.
Filipino Night Is
Set For May 15
Native songs and acts, folk dances
and an illustrated lecture will furnish
some of the main features of Filipino
night, sponsored by the Philippine-
Michigan club, which will be held in
the auditorium of Lane hall next
Thursday night. A Philippine string
band from Detroit will furnish some
of the musical numbers, all of the
program being planned to be of a pure-
ly native sort. There will be no ad-
mission charge and the public is cor-
dially invited.

GIFTS
Photo-Craft Shop is the place
for gifts. Beautiful pictures,
graceful vases, pretty little
trinkets, of all kinds can be
found on our shelves. We are
always glad to assist you in the
selection of your gift, whetherc
it is for a birthday, wedding or
seasonable remembrance.
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MAY FETV

"MICHIGAN'S
GREATEST
MUSICAL
EVENT
FIRST MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Wednesday Evening, May 21, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Emmy Krueger (Munich, Berlin and Madrid Operas).......Soprano
Palmer Christian (University Organist) .................Organist
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-Frederick Stock.........Conductor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE TO "THE SECRET OF SUSANNE"......Wolf-Ferrari
ARIA, "AN DIE HOFFNUNG........... . .. ..........Beethoven
TWO NOCTURNES............................ ...Debussey
Clouds-Festivals.
THREE SONGS, WITH ORCHESTRA...................Schubert
CONCERTO NO. 1 FOR ORGAN AND ORCHESTRA ....DeLamarter
- (Conducted by the Composer)
Intermission
ARIA, "Dear Hall of Songs" from "Tannhauser".............Wagner
INTRODUCTION-Tristan's Vision-Arrival of the Ships-solde's
Love Death, from "Tristan and Isolde".................Wagner
(Arranged for Concert' Performances by Frederick Stock)
SECOND MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Thursday Evening, May 22, 8:00 o'clock
-SOLOISTS
Claire Dux (Chicago Civic Opera)............... ... Soprano
Sylvia Lent (American Virtuoso).....................Violinist
Royal Dadmun (Distinguished American Artist),...........Baritone
University Choral Union-Earl V. Moore..............Conductor
Chicago Symphony Orchestra--Frederick Stock....,..Conductor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "A Pilgrim Vision" ......................Carpenter
ARIA, "Del vieni non tardar". ("Marriage of Figaro")......Mozart
SYMPHONIC POEM, "Pastorale (d'ete.. ...... . ...... . . ....Honegger
CONCERTO IN G MINOR FOR VIOLIN...................Bruch
CANTATA, "SEA DRIFT", FOR BARITONE SOLO, CHORUS AND
ORCHESTRA ..................................Delina
ARIA, "Me voila seule" ("Les Pecheurs de Perles").........Biet
SELECTIONS FROM THE "B MINOR MASS''...............Bach
"Sanctus." ;
THIRD MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Friday Afternoon, May 23, 2:)I o'clock
SOLOISTS
Alberto Salvi.............................. Harpist
Chuildrens Festival Chorus-George Oscar Bowen........ Conductor
PROGRAM
THE SUN WORSHIPPERS...................Zuni Indian Melody
VOICE OF EVENING.............................Weber
VIKING SONG ................ ... ... Coleridge-Taylor
IMPROMPTU............................Ehuecer
THE;FOUNTAIN. ............................. Debu..sey
SPANISH DANCE .. . . . . ................... . ...Tedeshi
NIGHT HYMN AT SEA. ...................Goring-Thomas
0 BEAUTIFUL VIOLET.........................Renclie
SPRING SONG ........... .....................Mendelssohn
PHILOMEL WITH MELODY ..... ..................Barratt
GOOD NIGHT, PRETTY STARS ........................Farwell
MORNING ........ ..............................Farwell
CRADLE SONG......... ...........................Schubert
FANTASIE IMPROMPTU..............................Chopin
ITALIAN SERENADE..,....... . .......... .. ....... ... Salvi
SCHERZO..... ........ . ... . . Salvi
WHIRL AND TWIRL (From "Flying Dutchman").......Wagner
WALTZ SONG (from "Faust") ..........................Gounod
INVITATION OF THE BELLS(From "Chimes of Normandy") ,
-Planquette.
FOURTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCER T
Friday Evening, May 23, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Sophie Brasian (Metropolitan Opera)>................... Contralt
TVito Schlpa (Chicago Civic Opera)..............,. ... ..Tenor
The Chicago Symphony Orcestra-Erederlck Stock ,. ...Conductor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "Bohemia ................................Hadley
RECITATIVE AND ARIA, "Gerechter Gott" ("Rienzi") ......Wagner
SELECTIONS FROM SUITE NO. 2.....................Milhaud
ARIA, "M'appari" ("Martha") .............................Flotw
CHOREOGRAPHIC POEM, "The Waltz"....................Ravel
SONGS WITH ORCHESTRA................... .....Moussorgsk
(a)-Serenade of Death. (b)-The Banks of the Don. (c)-On
the Dnieper.
TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS FOR ORCHESTRA-
(a) Molly on the Shore .........................Grainger.
(br) The Irish Washerwonman...... ..... ......Sowverby
ARIA, "Ossian's Song" ("Werther") ....................Massen
SLAVONIC DANCES.................................Dvorak
FIFTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Afternoon, May 24, 2:30 o'clock -
SOLOISTS -
Harold Bauer (Favorite Concert Artist)...................Pault'is
Chicago Symphony Orchestra,-Frederick Stock..........Conductor

PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "Cockaigne"......... ..... ..........Elgar
A LONDON SYMPHONY (First Time in Ann.Arbor) ........Williams
Lento-Allegro Risoluto; Lento; Scherzo; Andante-Allegro;
Epilogue.
CONCERTO FOR PIANOFORTE NO. 5 E FLAT MAJOR ..Beethoven
Allegro; Adagio un poco moto-Rondo.
SIXTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Evening, May 24, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Dnsolina GlanninI (American-Italian Concert Star) .........Soprano
Forrest Lamont (Chicago Civic Opera) .......................Tenor
Vicente Ballester (Metropolitan Opera) ..................Baritone
Cesare Baroneo (ChaseSikes) (La Scala Opera)............Bass
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-Frederick Stock..... .. ..Conductor'
PROGRAM
INTRODUCTION AND "HYMN TO THE SUN" ("Iris") ....Mascagni
LA PRIMAVERA (Spring)............................Respighi
FINALE, ACT II, "Forza Del Destino" .......................Verdi
EXCERPTS FROM "AIDA"......................... ....Verdi
(a) Act I. Aria, "Ritorna Vincitor."
(b) Aria, "Celeste Aida"
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PROCGRAMS

SUNDAY
9:30-The University Men's
class meets, Lane hall.
10:30-Morning service, First
church.

Bible
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Don't forget your Mother
Sunday, May 11 th.
Take her out for a nice
dinner..\VWillits, 315 S. State
St., will serve a Special Din-
ner on Mother's Day.
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Home Made Apple Pie
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