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Morgana-Schipa Score Huge
Triumph With Festival Concert



.1t . i l

It 1
I'OF '

irst American Performance of Opera"
La Primavera?' To Be In
Ann Arbor
Programs that make up what will
obably be the best concerts of this
ar's May Festival are -schedUled for,
e two final concerts of this season,
is afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and this
ening at 8 o'clock in Hill auditorium.
i the afternoon the Chicago Sym-
tony orchestra will offer "A London
ymphony" by Vaughn Williams, and
arold Bauer, the famous EnglishI
anist and doubtless the foremost
"ist on the Festival programs, will
ay Beethoven's "Emperor" Concerto,
. 5, for piano and orchestra . Bauer
s played before in Ann Arbor and
ways with great success; in fact the
blic consciousness of his mastery
technical difficulties and his extra-
dinary powers'of interpretation, has
tablised his fame in both Europe

Star night of the May Festival was tenor voice, of clear liquid tone qual-
a veritable triumph, and youth was ity, round and full, of almost golden
the glorious victor. The autlience warmth. From lowest tone up te
which, in the opening concert, turned the highest it is beautifully modulated,
from the perfect art of middle ages, always warm and lovely. Only in
and the older music of an age past, the upper register is the fullness
hailed with clamorous and insistent of his voice lost. The incomparable
applause the program which presented, Caruso has taught us that it is pos-
both from the viewpoint of music and sible to fling out in full forte a high
musicians, a completely modern pro- note which can still retain the "gold-
gram. Nina Morgana, soprano of en quality" which he made famous.
the Metropolitan Opera company, and Tito Schipa has not yet learned that
Tito Schipa, brilliant tenor of the trick, or possibly has not the gift,
Chicago forces, both young stars, but he is one of the most popular
just rising over the horizon of the tenors before the public today.'
musical world, joined to make last There is only a word for the or-
night's concert one of the most pop- chestra. It seems a pity that an or-
ular ever heard in Ann Arbor. Both
were received with torrents of ap-Ichestra boasting the record of the
plause from a house apparently with- Chicago would have spend its time
out care for the artists. on little concert pieces rather than
Nina Morgana is not new to Ann attempt a big symphony. We would
Arbor, having appeared here twice be- like to hear something really big
fore, once as co-star with the mighty from them. The Overture to Hadley's
Caruso, and again as soprano in a "Bohemi ," Ravel's Choreographic
sextette of Metropolitan artists who l poem, "The. Waltz" and the two Sla-
sang here some years ago. She is a I vonic Dance of Dvorak, ( all served
coluratura soprano, gifted with great to demonstrate the marvellous en-
personal charm, beauty, and a voice 'semble of the organization, the won-
calpable at times of sympathetic and der of its brass section, which is one
beautiful tone quality. For one who of the finest, and the authoratitive
1 delights in the dazzling brilliance of I conducting of Mr. Stock, but were
y vocal pyrotechnics without much care little more than interesting.
for the warmth, feeling, or emotional Modern music had its night. Solo-
coloring, a coluratura voice is satis- ists, and even the orchestra responded
fying, Uut one can listen to such a 'to the insistent demands of the audi-
voice unmoved, saved by a wonder !ence with more from the modern pen.
at the vocalization. Miss Morgana has "'Somewhere A Voice Is Calling,"
a voice of great flexibility which she "From the Land of the Sky Blue
uses beautifully; it is a voice, lyric Waters," were both given, and we
enough to be sympathetic and warm, 'couldn't help wondering why someone,
florid enough to furnish a thrill, but Miss Morgana, Mr. Schipa, or Mr.
when singing full forte, it is hard, Stock did not burst into the refrain of
Tito Schipa has a wonderful lyric the "Little Grey Home in the West."
cold and unmoving. R.G. R.


President Asked To Veto Legislation
Because Of Failure To'
Reduce Surtax


Scores from the Illinois-Mich-
gan baseball game and the Inter-
scholastic track meet will be pub-
lished in the Daily extra this-
afternoon. The exitra will be
sold on the streets immediately
following the game.
Included in the extra will be
scores from the Big Tennis
meet in Chicago, also to be held
this afternoon.

Dean Hugh Cabot's
Daughter Is Dead
Miss Mary Cabot, 16 year old daugh-
ter of Dean Hugh Cabot of the Medi-
* cal School, died yesterday as a result
>f the illness which has been threat-
ening her for the past several weeks,
according to a cablegram received
ate last night from the International
hospital at Naples, Italy. Dean Cabot
journeyed to this hospital two weeks
'igo in order to be at the bedside
of his daughter.
Miss Cabot became ill aboard the
steamer Laconia just off the Suez ca-
rial about three weeks ago. The date
if the return of Dean and Mrs. Cabot
:o this country is not known.






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The London Sympho
Ann Arbor and promises
interest, both because o
ly large number of mo
in all-and because of i
pressionistic conception
much and varied orches
English overture is th
number on the, progra
tradition remains, Haro
be induced to play some
at the close of the cone
Tonight's program, w
ure from the usual casto
voted'to the presentation
has a decidedly operati
made up of excerpts fr
eras, both for the choru
and a lyric poem for so
chestra and organ, R
Primavera". Four vis
will sing the solo parts
by the University Chor
the Chicago orches
Giannini, a young Italian
prano, who became fa
over night and whose
spread like wildfire, has
ed from accepting Mada
vitation to accompany
Australia. She is a pur
Sembrich, and brings a b
voice to the concert ton
Forrest Lamont, who
'tenor solos is a favorite
Opera company. He ap
troit recently with Chali
the role of Faust in Bo
tofele", in which he sco
success. Mr. Lamont ba
fondness for and his gr(
tire new part which he
night, and a fine presen
cipated. Vincente Ball
Metropolitan company is
of a delightful baritone
he uses. with great ease
starred with Rosa Rais
clari in their tours of S
Chase Sikes, "our Cha
say, known at La Scala
singing leading roles, a
omeo, has a glorious b
sings with much assurx
matic fervor. Though
in "La Primavera" isr
makes of it an importa
ful jhing. He will als'
cerpt for basso and mal
one of Verdi's operas.
This, the first perfor
erica of Respighi's "L
is a significant occasion
the value of the work a
the degree of Ann Ar
modern choral comp
musical conception of ti
pressionistic and built u
harmonic basis. It hal
ance and color than the,
given on Thursday night
haps be more tangible.
does not accompany ti
each keeps to its own se
The ,uzmberp fromn.
nP a'n ' innunm e y 'nt.

ny is new to
to be of great
f its unusual-'
ts modern Im-
, calling forth
tral color. An
e only other
.m, though if
ld Bauer may
e solo encores
hile a depart-
m of being de-
n of one opera,
c tone. It is
rom three op-
s and soloists,
'li, chorus, or-
espigh4's "La.
iting artists
, accompanied
al Union and

Benson Unable To Accompany Team
On Trip To Urbana
And Iowa

Relations To Life Membership Fin-
anees In Women's Drive Stated 3
By Committee

Washington, May 23, (By A.P.)-
c ongress continued firril today in its
supports of the pending tax measure
on the eve of final action on the bill.
The senate will take up the con-
ference report tomorrow with pros-
pects of favor'able action before ad-
journment in which event the house
is prepared to take it up Monday.
Republican leaders in Congress freely
predicted today that the measure
would be signed by the president,
Pres. Coolidge let It be known that.
the general question' of whether the1
bill is an improvement on existing
law will form the basis of his action.
Specific consideration to be weighed
by the president in determining his,
action are whether the new measure
will provide sufficient revenue, whe-
'her it will provide an efficient ad-
ministration, and whether he views as
'ts undesirable features are outweigh.
ed by its good points.
Chairman .Smoot of the senate fin-
ance committee declared after a con-
versation today with Secretary Mellon
that there was no possibility of a
change in the conference report which
would modify the public provision or
the estate tax rates increase.
Chairman Smoot today formally' sub-
witted the report of the conferees on
adjustment of difference between the
senate and house and announced he
would call it up tomorrow. Some de-
bate is anticipated but no real op-
position to the bill was expected to-
night by leaders of either party.
Annual spring dinner of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Cosmopolitan club is
to be held 'at 6:30 o'clock, Tuesday,
May 2', in Harris hall, according to
a recent statement. nThe dinner is not
to be open to the public, and all club
members are urged to procure their
tickets as soon as possible, in order
that those in charge may be able to
estimate correctly.
Robert Bridges, poet Iaure: te, of
England, who ha ; 1een in Ann Arbor
for the past several months, is to be
the principal speaker for the occasion,
but has not as yet given out the sib-
ject he has decided upon. Presidents
emeritus Harry B. hutchins will also
give a short talk, as will Fred Hediger,
024E, retiring president of the club.
Rensis Likert, '26, president elect of
the organization, will give a short ad-
i'dess; speaking on the subject of "Cos-
"politan Ideal". An added special
feature for the evening's entertain- _
ment will he aduet sung by Miss Mary
Ross, and Lionel Crocker, instructori
in the public speaking department.
SDailyAnd" Garg
Nines Meet Today1

Paris, May 23.-(By AP)-The most
unexpected consequence of Wednesday
conference at the Elysees Palace be-
tween members of the present govern-.
ment and the leaders of the new maj-
ority in the chamber of deputies, Ed-
ouard Herriot and Paul Painleve, was
the announceinent last night that M.
Painleve had withdrawn from the race
for a. cabinet post by accepting the
candidacy for the presidency of the
It was explained today that M. Pain-
leve, after conferences with President
Millerand, Premier Poincare, had
1 found the responsibilities of power atE
present were too great to make a cab-'
met post attractive and therefore he
preferred the more neutral task of
preiding over the chamber-a position
which, moreover, is regarded as the
stepping stone to the presidency of
the Republic.
M. Herriot is reported to have dis-
covered that the prospect of guiding'
the French ship of state is less entic-
ing that before he went deeply into,
the state of things with Premier Poin-
care this morning.

Colleagues In Senate Express Opinions
Exonerating Prosecutor Of
Daugherty Quiz
Washington, Mday 23.-(By AP)-
Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Mon-1
tana, indicted by a federal grand jury
in his home state, was given an over-
whelming vote of confidence today by
his colleagues in the senate.
Sweeping aside two proposals to' de-
fer expression as to guilt or innocence
until after the court trial, the senate
adopted, 56-5 the majority report of its
investigating committee -exonerating
the prosecutor of the Daugherty com-
ittee of the charge of accepting a fee
to practice before the interior depart-
ment after his election to the senate.
Eighteen RePnublians and 2 farmer1

Baldwin, of Texas, Qualifies
Put, High Hurdles, IiI
Lansing high school led a
er entries in the qualifying
of the interscholastic meet ye
afternoon on Ferry field wit
athletes qualified for the se
and final rounds. Detroit Nor
ern was second with seven me:
fled, while both Kalamazoo
and Toledo Waite put six men t
-the first rounds.
A deluge of rain greeted the a
as they went out onto the field
first events and continued thro
afternoon making the track a
mud and making impossible a
ord breaking performances. T
liminaries of the low hurdles
javelin throw were postponed
o'clock this morning when th
finals in the high hurdles, t
yard dash and the 100 yard da
gether with the qualifying rou
the javelin throw will be hel
cause of the condition of the f
athletes were orced to run
preliminaries in the pole van
broad jump and high jumps, I
cus throw and the shot put in
the field house.

tra. Dusolina : Forcet' l e witiott Jerry Ben-, Relation of the share of $207 which
-American so- son, sterling pitcher, Michigan's Var- every Michigan. alumna is , asked to4
amoue almost sity baseball squad left Ann., Arbor assume in the million' dollar campaign
been prevent- late last night for Urbana where they for the University of Michigan League
me Melba's in- will encounter the' Illini nine in an building to the basis of life member-
the latter to important contest today: ' The team ! ship in the League is explained by a
pil of Madame will play Iowa on Monday.' statement issued yesterday from the
rilliant young Tsnational headquarters in Detroit,
ight. The loss of Benson has compellecl The national campaign, committee.
is singing the Coach Ray., Smith, to make a last representatives of the alumnae coua-
of the Chicago minute shift in his hurling plans, I cil, and representatives of the Ann
peared in De- I Jablonowski getting the call in to- Arbor branch of alumnae, in a re-
apin and sng ' g Strk ill take cent meeting, decided 'to continue the1
p "classification of life membership in
red a distinct the mound against the Hawkeyes on the L.ague made by the alumnae
declaaed .his ?Monday. council previous to ,January 1, 1924.
eat interest in Benson will not be lost to the team The price of specia, memberships, not
will. sing to- for the remainder of the season coming under the other classes, and
tation is- anti-' since he is able to play in all the formerly known as "committee mem-
ester of the home games. The star pitcher must ferships" shall be $207.
the possessor go on a field trip with one of his The statement, issued from the na
e voice which classes over the week-end, and he, TContinuedon Page Three)
. He has co- was unable to get excused, since he
sa mnd Strac- is-majoring in the course.
outh America. The remainder of the squad is in I Coliege Issue Of1
ise", we might fine shape forth two games, the in- I
a, where he is juries of Steger and ;Haggerty having Judge Falls Below
s Cesare Bar- miproved considerably. All the men' Previous Number
ass voice and 'will be in their regular positions and
ance' and dra- should give both Illinois and Iowa .a
his solo -part hard battle. Either "Judge", called by its editors
not long, he Michigan must win both contests the "world's wittiest weekly", encoun-
nt and beauti- in order to stay in the running for tered an unusual paucity of contni-
o sing an ex- i the Conference title, one defeat in the butions to its annual College Wits
e chorus from j two games practically eliminating the Number out this week or little care
E Wolverines frtom the race. was "exercised in selectinig materialI
misce in Am-sr for the issue, for the number this
a Pnimavera", year fell below its predecessors. Per-
both to show haps both causes obtained, for thei
nd to indicateGOPHERwD ES ULL I UIIU humor is average, and regular staff
on's grasp of i men fill a large part of the issue.
positions. The TITL H ES Michigan is represnted by contribu-
e thing is in- U tions from Walker Everett, '26, Carroll{
pon a modern -.Tones, '25L, Christine Channing, '26,1
a more brilli- Columbus, 0., May 23.-Minnesota Merwyn Leatherman, '25L, and Eliza-
Delius contata dented the championship hopes of beth McDowell, '26, four of them from
t, and will per- Ohio State this afternoon defeating the the Gargoyle staff. The points gain-
The orchestra Buckeyes 7-2 when in the fifth inning ed by these contributors will count
he chorus but Miller went to pieces after two men toward the cup awarded annually byI
eparate themes, were out allowing five runs. Two wild the magazine to the college. securing
r " pitches threeherrors and five hits the largest representation.
Verdi's' "Aidga"r four of which came in succession,
TP~ hey eng 1 Iwere responsible for the runs. Tuck- ,n i i m n i n rn n'1 {' u m -

P I Alabor senators joined with 36 Demo- Texas Man Stars
crats in favor of the resolution ap- the other schools to qualify
proving the majority report submitted the preliminaries were Detro
by Senator Borah, Republican, Idaho, tral, Kalamazoo Normal and D
f chairman of the investigating commit- Shields with four men apiece,
tee. The five opposing the resolu- aw Eastern, St. Johns, Owosso
A)'tion were Democrats. They were' avle
Washington, May 23.-(By AP')-t °ee eort. hy wr Tech., D~etroit, Danville, Ill., Col
Progress of the peace movement in te urtis, Phipps, Spencer, Sterling, high, Toledo Scott, Battl
ANULWiU~l~ lleiTefveopsigte eou aasWctn, lst.wJohns, re
U. S. and the obstacles to be over- and Wichitta Falls with thre
come were discussed by officials of ifiers apiece, and Saginaw Arth
Nthe American pewe societytoday at Wyandotte, Coldwater, Cedar
ts annual meeting heregtoday. Rep. 11)N W.1 M I Ioa,. Menominee, Ann Arbor,
Brton,'Ohio was elected president. I Salle,' Iih; with two apiece.:.r
rthur 0. Call, secretary of the soc- RO TIlete piece - allied from
e and editor of its Advocate of Northern, Detroit Southweste
Paetold the "'meeting that "in ai troit Eastern and Western, Fl'
real sense the peace movement of .JosephHighland Part.,Mw
America. is in a sorrow plight because " ferry il. Hayden. '25, president-elect1oep 'ihnd-PrM
Afrgtb s te StudentChristianassociati, Pinckney, Detroit Southeastei
one can't escape the impression that I o the Sent . hriEtianass a itn, lymouth.
the various peace organizations areI is to be sent to Europe' this sumner I'
divided against each other". He add- to attend the Pilgrim of Friendship Living upc't his advance
ed that the"peace iovement suiviv- Tours gathering as one of 18 student I Baldwin 'of Wichita Falls; Tex.
ed," however 'nd that with a "little ' representatives from this countryI ified in thiee vnts, putting t
d less impatience thehpeace workers The purpose of the gathering is to well over 48 feet, oualifying
might probably turn their attention to study conditions abroad, and is being hieh jump and winning a heat
p i t d organized under the auspices of the high hurdles in :16 flat.
senate" in furtherin their aims. I Nftional Student council of the Y. M . The time of Reigel, Columbu
C. A. and the International Students high, in the quarter mile was
To committee, and the sending of Hay- markable under the conditiom
A thletes Run den as a delegate comes as a direct 1 track. He finished ahead of :
lonn Trresultof the success achieved here ert, Detroit Northern's crack,
Swith the Student Friendiship fund seconds. Loftus of Cedar' Rapi
-drive recently conducted by the Stu- ° came through in his heat f the
10 a. m. 220 yard low hurdles, pre- dent Christian association. er winning in 53.4 seconds.
liminaries. .7 heats. Names of those Each of the students to be sent from Baidwin, of Danville, Ill
I qualifying in the semi-finals will be this country will be a president of his school, made the best time in
uaIfyos ing n I em- swlocal college Y. M. C. A. organization., winning -the third heat in 2:
10:15 a. m. 100 yard semi-finals. 1 and will be presented with first hand onds. Denson, of Lansing, m
: ats. First heat: Grim (207), Burrafe, facts as to the exact conditions of the next best time, 23 flat. Crame
f201), Stafford, (225). DeYoung, (7), students there. The Pilgrim of Johns, ran the best heat -of t
Fitzk:ee. (416), Campbell, (275), Mur-I Friendship group is to be organized doing the two laps in 2 minutes
tiy (2m"4). Secondhat: Ias a tou ' and "the itinerary will in- s t
'e son (2) Co eclude England, France, Poland, Ger- Oadle Does Well in Dlse
Jones, (144), Poole, (160), Mallette, many, Hungary, Czecho-Slavakia, and Baldwin's heave of 48 feet
In(s) , n , ( T d h : possibly Russia, and will be conducted inches in, the- shot puc and i
Baldwin, (141),Tait, ( ). Williams,t: by Conrad Hoffman, Jr., executive sec- clearance of-the qualifying h
(520),wSingelyn, (389), Moore, (355)s retary of the European Student relier the high Jump were by far I
Kanitz. (334), Peters, (25). of the World's Student Christian as standing performances of th
10.:30 a.m.120 yard high hurdles.sociation. preliminaries while Oade, of
1 44;" 2 rdh ,sag The group will sail on the Saxonia remnaedsu17 t1
i semi-finals, two heats. First heat: TegopwilsiBnth aom urled the discus 117fe,1
Cuhel, (309), Spence, (408), Loving, June 21, and will return to this con- ches. Johns, of LaSalle, Il
(410), Harris, (278). Second heat: ty ePm e expenses ischool, showed plenty of fori
1 Baldwin, (288), Widman, (76), Sang- Hayden are to be paid by the Studnt e vault and will be favore
ster, (166), Shroeder, (475). hristian association, partly by p the event in today's finals.
at contributions, and patyb ;h vn i ou' ias
10:45 a. m. 220 yard dash, semi- the Preliminaries and semi-fian]
finals. Three heats.' Heat one: Bald- 1 international committee of the Y.M.220 low hurdles and the sei
I win. (141), DeYoung, (7), Burnage, IC. A., and it is thought that should the - in g,
~ (201), Stafford, (225), Jones, (144), trip this year be considered success- the javelin throw will- be he
t Nixon,(14. Scn het Grm ful a precedent will be established I jvlntrwxii eh
ixon (14).whcnd ea G I wbich will insure future presidents of 'clock this morning while ti
(207), Tait, (66), Gerrels, (224), Poole, he Student Christian association being in all events will be run off
(160), Demschak, (291), Mallette, sent abroad for study. ernoon, starting at 2 o'clock.
(430). Third heat: Heson, (223), k (Continued on Page Si
Rockwell, (109), Williams, (340), .,
Peters, (25), Phelps, (431), Campbell, Illinois Defeats
-(275. _ M aoCONOIT
'Maoon GolfersI R DN

The Daily team arrived in Ann
Arbor late yesterday afternoon and
was driven immediately to Ferry
Tield to go through a short final work-
out before the game, which is to take
place at ten o'clock this morning.
The whole squad has been in Ypsi-
lanti for the past week having secret
practice behind closed doors under
the direction of Captain Hoey. .
The line-up will be just as planned.
Hoey will toil on the mound for .the
Daily, Terrible Tarr will catch, Rags
Ramsay at first, Mutt Moriarity.at
second, Dink Davis at short, andI
Qagey Cowles at third will make up
the airtight infield. .,Wagner, Byers
and Alles will garden for the Jour-
The Garg lineup is still in doubt, be-
cause nobody has the nerve to catch
for Captain Jones, it was learned las

C1L. 11C ri~
vivid and, familfar
and the five ex-
a powerful.close,
The entire pro-
g concert follows:
mn to.
ng) .....Respighi
chorus, orchestraj

er, Minnesota twirler, allowed 7 scat-
tered hits, struck out five men and
passed two. Five errors were made
behind him and outside of the -2nd
and 8th innings when Ohio State talli-
ed once only one man reached first
Rome, May 23.-A monument to
Pope Benedict XV was unveiled in,
the crypt of St. Peters Wednesday byI
Cardinal Nasalli-Rocca, archbishop of

Chicago, May 23,-Play in the west-
ern conference tennis championshipI
matches at the University of Chicago1
'today was liostponed on account of1
rain and the fourth round of the1
singles competition and the first of,
the doubles will be played tomorrow.


Notre Dame, Indianalay 23,-Con-
struction work on the new $900,000
college dormitory and classroom build-
ing, which was begun on the St. Mary's1
campus .the middle of last March is
being pushed rapidly forward. The
buildings are absolutely fireproof, and
will accommodate 500 students.
Minneapolis, Minn., May 23.-Corner-
stone ceremonies for the new Minnes-
ota memorial stadium are planned to.
take place during commencement,
week, June 12-19. The first sectionj

- 1I
Urbana, Illinois, May 23,-Illinois CNMP
won the conference golf championship
here today for the second consecutive
year when its team defeated the Uni- j Washington , D. C., May 23,
versity of Chicago team, 17-5, in the chal cold,'from which Pres.
final match of the season. has' been suffering for' a w
I yielded to medical treatment
Paris, May 23.-Ten passengers and. the-hief executive toda
were injured by broken glass in a ira ttime since Saturday wen
collision 'yesterday of two trains on a with all his engagements.
new line of the Paris subway, in the
Champs Elysees quarter. The en- Bayreuth, Germany, May
3 gineers disregarded signals. Karl Muck is having a difficu
rritngz ampa, o~ I1ugh oreb

Will Attend Teachers' Meet '
Professor Harrison, M. R;addall,
head of the physics department and
twelve members of that department
will attend the spring meeting of the

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