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January 27, 1924 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

RETURNS
14 DRY TOIIR

MUSIC AND
MUSICIANS

I 11UII I RI 1 U U 11l Feodor Cia1apin
The Phblharmnonic-Central concert
renisulraniainof En ireipper s
epo rt o e e series will be concluded by Feodor
Peninsula Complete; To Lee Chaliapin, the great Russian basso,
For East Monday who appears in recital at 8:15 o'clock
tomorrow night in Arcadia auditorium
RTON TO ADh1EMSS SIXTH assisted by Rudolph Polk, violinist
DISTRICT MEETING MAY 9 and Feodor Koenemann, composer-
pianist. Tickets will be on sale at
Ravley Tapping, '16L, field secre- Grinnell's throughout the day and at
y of the Alumni association, re- Arcadia before the coicert.
rned yesterday from a two weeks'
p to the Upper Peninsula and Chi-
go. Reporting on his trip, he said OTHER CO)NCERTS
at at the present time thehentire Siegfried Wagner, son of the great
per Peninsula is completely organ- 1!Richard and grandson of Franz Liszt,
d into alumni groups by counties. will conduct the Detroit Symphony or-
During his trip clubs were formed chestra n a concert of his father's
Calumet, Houghton, Duluth, Iron music at 8:30 o'clock Thursday night,'
>untain, Menominee and Ironwood, Jan. 31 in Orchestra hall. Wagner
Nile the articles of association of is now touring this country earnihg
e reorganized Alumni association and soliciting funds for restoration
ere adopted in Sault St. Marie, Mar- of the Byreuth festivals during the
.ette, and Escanaba. Mr. Tapping coming summer. T'ckets now onf
s been aided in his work by Thom- sale at Grinnell's.
Clancy, 10L, director of that half -
the tenth district of the genei al Geraldine Farrar will give a recitalI
umni association. at 8:15 o'clock Tuesday night, Feb. 5,1
Burton To Speak in Chicago . in Orchestra Hall, the third coneertE
The field secretary spent Thursday on James E. Devoe's Orchestra hall
d Friday in Chicago where plans series. Farrar has been devoting her-
ere discussed with representatives self exclusively to concert work sifce
the Chicago club for the district her withdrawal from the Metropol.tan
ceting of the fifth district of the fs- Opera company and press reports in-
ciation, made up of Wisconsin and dicate that her ability to attract ad-
ino s, May 9 and 10. miratidn is still potent. Farrar's re-
President Marion L. Burton will be cent New York appearance was greet-
,e of the guests and speakers at the ed by an ovation and Henry T. Finck
,nquet which will be held on the pronounced he voice finer than ever
ening of May 9. Invitations will be and her art as perfect as Calves..
nt to all graduates in Wisconsin Sigrd Onegin, the great Swedish
d Illinois to be present at the busi- contralto, whose debut as the Metro-
ss meetings and banquet. politan was a sensation last year will
Leaves Tomorrow Night be the solosist at the next pair of
Mr. Tapping will leave tomorrow Detroit Symphony subscription con-
ght for a trip, through Pennsylvan- certs at 8:30 o'clock Thursday and
. Toledo alumni will be visited at Friday nights Feb. 7 and 8.
eir luncheon meeting Tuesday, and The Chicago Opera will visit Detroit
om there the field secretary will go for three days, February 17, I8 and 19,
Cleveland. He will attend the an- presenting three operas with starS
ual meeting of the third district casts as follows: Monday, Feb. 17,1
Cleveland, Wednesday and will at- Boito's "Mefistofele" with Chaliapin
nd the testimonial banquet which and Edith Mason ; Tuesday, Feb. 18,
ill be tendered President Burton by!I
e Cleveland Alumni club that even-
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Immediately at the close of his trip
r. Tapping plans to begin the work
completely organizing all alumni
thli lno mrt of this state. __

Strauss' "Salome" with Mary Garden I
lnd Alexander Kipnis; Wednesday,
Feb. 19, Halvey's "La Juive" with
Rosa Raisa and Charles Marshall.
The operas will be given in Orchestra
hall under the management of James
E. Devoe. Mail orders' are now being
received at Grinnell's for tickets
which are priced at $3.30, $4.40, $5.50,
$6.60, and $7.70.
rOMERS SELECTED ONEt
OF.GREATEST CKEMISTS
New York, Jan. 26.-Thirty-three
Americans, 21 of whom are living
have attained international eminence
in the field of chemistry, according te
the verdict of a special committee of!
the American chemical society, an-
nounced today. The selections were,
based upon nominations by a special-
ly appointed group of leaders in the
I organization.-
The living chemists chosen includ-
ed Moses Gomberg, of the University
of Michigan.
1 eplying to charges that his peace
proposal was nothing but League of
Nations propaganda, Edward W. Bok
told the Senate investigating commit-
tee that he would offer another $50,-
000 for any plan they picked, and an
additional $50,000 if the Senate rati-
fied it. The committee declined the of-
fer.
Cne of Macdonald's first important
moves will be to grant full recogni-
tion to Soviet Russia.
rally classified for real results.

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IONROE TO LECTURE
Harriet Monroe, "foster-mother of'
merican poetry", will lecture Wed-
.sday evening, Feb. 13, in Sarah Cas-
ell Angell hall, under the auspices
Whimsies, literary magazine, it was
anounced 'yesterday. "Modern Poe-
y" is the topic which Miss Monroe
s chosen.
Miss Monroe has been closely con-
ected with the newer poetry, as a
riter of lyrics and as editor of
?oetry."
The number of seats available for
e lecture will be limited to little
ore than 500, due to the size of the
ill. Tickets will be on sale at the
>okstores for several days preceed-
g the lecture.
The February number of Whimsies,
was announced yesterday, will make
s appearance, Feb. 15. It will agaih
ntain a selection of both verse and
ose by student writers. Issues will
pear on the fifteenth of the re-
aining months of the year.
Plans have been made by the Stu- I
nt Christian association to send a
legate to the 49th annual Michigan t
M. C. A. convention which will be
Id Jan. 30 -and 31, at Flint, Mich.,'
der the auspices of the state Y. M.
A.
Methodist students will observe
aptist night" at a devotional ser-
~e to he held at 7 o'clock tonight;
Wesleyhall. Lionel Croker of the
blic speaking department, will lead;
o service.
Parkersburg, W. Va., Jan. 26.-A
rected verdict acquitting E. C. Morse
dt four former army officers in the
rness conspiracy case, was ordered
Judge D. Lawrence Groner in fed-
Il courts.

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