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TH'URSDAY, OCTOER 14,1926
Choral Union Series
~Opens Monday With
Concert By Hempell

THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

P'AGE THREE

; impersonating the immortal Jenny WASHINGTON-A rion-stop sea-
Lind at the Historical Centennial con-! plane flight from Hlamptoni Roads, Va.,
cert in Carnegie. hall on the 100th an-1 to Colan, Panamna canal zone, via
niver-sary of that singer's birth in1 Cuba, will be undertaken by t he navy.
1920. ihe alttained wvorld wide famne -
in this role although at the time many COPENIIJAGIN.--- Artificial m1ills,
were said to flock to the auditorium yihich is .assertedI to po ssess all the
mainly to see hier. Her most famous qualities of fresh cow's mills, is to be
part has bcen that of "Violetta" in manufactured. in Dieniniarki.
"Traviat ', although other favorite
operas ar e"Daughter of The Regi-j Subscribe for the e Michigan Damily.

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Mmne. Frieda Hempel, famous opera-j
tic soprano of the Metropolitan Grand
Opera company will open the regular

m ent", "Der Rosenkavalier",

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concert series of the Choral union l. , etto4 Her AnArbor progr) am
wit anappearance Monday night, will undoubtedly be composed of se-
Oct. 18, in 11111 auditorium. This not- lections from thiese as well as other
ed singer will be making her first ap- .arias and songs, according to advance
pear-ance in Ann Arbor in concert, her notices.
other two visits being to May Fes-
tivals. She was forced to advance her A limited number of stage tickets
sailing date from Europe by three for the regular series of Choral Un-
weeks in order to make connections ion (oncrts is available, as well as
for the - local concert. After this sea- several season tickets., Separate tic-
son she will return to take up operatic ket s for the concert of Mine. Hemnpel
work on the continent, according to can also be obtained from the office
word fromt Paris. of the School of Music. The artist
It ws trouh te 'fienshi ofwill be assisted li recital by Mr.
It ws trouh te fienshi ofRudolph Cuna h in n r
the singer for Charles Sink, the Ann Ewa CrHunfltist.epaoad'r
Arbor concert manager, that her firstHanfuit
appearance in America after her re-
turn should be here. It has been five WASHINGTON-"A very strong."
years since Mmne. Hempel has sung in earthquake calculated about 4,800
opera in this country, and eight years miles from Washington was recorded
since she has been seen on the pro- ;recently on the Georgetown seismo-
grams of Europe. She left here .after graph.

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