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SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DETROIT TO HEAR FORMER MICHIGAN
STUDENT IN CHICAGO OPERA GROUP

Chase Sikes, formerly a student in
the University School of Music and
prominent in many campus musical
activities while he was in attendance
here, will appear in two prominent
roles with the Chicago Civic Opera
company, when it comes to Detroit
next month. At his first appearance
with them, in La Gioconda on the
night of Feb. 16, Sikes will be the
special attraction at a University of
Michigan alumni night in his honor.
Since his University days, he has
changed his name to Chase Baromeo,
under which name he will sing the
leading basso role with Raisa in that
Opera, and will also sing the leading
basso part at the perform-ance of Car-
men.
Sikes studied voice in the School of
Music, and was the soloist for the
the Glee" club and had the leading
roles in the Michigan Union Operas
during his undergraduate days. Al-
most immediately after his graduation
from the University, he went into the
army overseas, as an ambulance driv-
er and left the service as a lieuten-
ant of artillery. Three years of in-
tensive voice study followed his army
career, and then he made his debut
in the La Scala, a season in Buenos
Aires, another at Colon and in the
Royal theater at Madrid, and then
went to the Chicago Civic opera

house.
According to Earl V. Moore, direc-
tor of the School of Music, he was
the favorite basso of Toscanini, the
world-famed conductor, and was cast
in the opening operas of the season-
a tribute to a comparatively young
singer. Now, with the Chicago Civic
opera com-pany, he has the most im-
portant roles of any of the new sing-
ers in the company. Moore says that
in Italy, several of the leading cri-
tics claimed that his Ltallan was as
perfect as that of the native singers,
and that he has tir.ade a hit in Chica-
go with both his perfect Italian and
English. "He is a wonderful linguist,"
Moore said.
Sikesshas not sung in Detroit, his
home town, but once in public, and
has not been in Ann Arbor since he
sang in the May Festival, several
years ago.
According to many critics, Sikes
is now one of the leading bassos in
Opera, Moore said, and it is with
this in mind that he will receive re-
cognition by his brother alumni, that
the special night is being planned in
Detroit. Several hundred seats have
already been sold for this perform-
ance to Michigan alumni, according to
Moore. Seats for all the performances
including the special one, are now on
sale here at Wahr's.

MEMORIAL STAFF
TENDERS REPORT
Mmbers of the staff of the Simieon
Mem-orial institute gave reports on
.the work of the institute before the
Lenawnee County Medical society on
Thursday at Adrian.
Dr. Raphael Issacs, assistant di-
rector, who is in charge of the in-
stitute during the absence of Dr.
Cyrus Sturgis, spoke on the purpos-
es, aims and methods of the research
institute. Dr. Harry B. Friedgood
spoke on "Pernicious Anemia, Some
of the More Recent Advances in its
Diagnoses and Treatment." Doctor
Friedgood demonstrated the new
powdered extract of liver of Doctors
Minot an Cohn which is being used
in treating anemia, and told of the
effects upon the patients. Methods of
preparing liver, whihe has been
found effective in treating the dis-
ease, were also discussed. The in-
stitute has recently published a
pamphlet describing 5 different ways
in which liver may be prepared.
Members of the society took part
in a general discussion at the close
of the reports.1

Undeliverable Mail
Now At Post Office
Mail for the following persons is
on hand at the Postoffice, undelivera-
ble. It may ebclainied by the own-
ers at the General Delivery window,
Main Office, on or before Jan. 28,
11928.
J. A. Acacio, Leo Artlip, Betty Bac-
chus, Rev. and Mrs. Louis Blanchet,
Francis V. Bond, Prof. F. Stuart Cha-
pin, Prof. "Pete" LaNita Davis, Har-
old E. Dodds, Arthur Dodineau, Le-
oanard Ekvall, Fred H. Elliott, Erban
Farnsworth, Douglas R. Ginn, Hen-
drick Heason, R. C. Hoisington, Dr.
Carlysle P. Imerman, Callis Judd,
LeePeng Kim, Herbert Lee, Frank
Liveridge, Ruth McAdams, Miss Irm-
trand Meyrich, Robert Miller, T. C.
Miller, Carroll Mort, William Olsen,
David Owen, Dr. Slavko Pejich, Gin-
etta Pray, Ed. Prophet, Emily F.
Robbins, E. J. Robson, Morley Scott,
Prof. L. L. Sheridan, George Sparks,
C. C. Spreen, Harry J. Stone, Monty
Thornton, Frank R. Voss, Raymond
Wells, Miss Reva Wheeler, Mrs. Mark
Worley, John Wright, Ernest A. Ze-
ballos.

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