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.:______________THE MICHIGAN DAILY " wENESr Ana AY919S

AY, MAY 9. 192S.

UlERST RGNS YALE AND HARVARD BRAIN TEAMS TAKE LITERATURE
TEST T OFOR INTELLECTUAL CHAMPIONSHIP OF WRDLDETT E JIDQT
TO D[IIYFAOPEINING' - .R u'O LTHUftREnuunGv!

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To ()t toyAY gist in Iluman Life"' will
be tb " 5111jeOt uponi which P rof.
Ioreit1:lorsT' i .vet !.f ,0 heIltiiversity
c~ Cliicago, will syn .ocA 4:15 o'clock
fr,-iday afl eniconl ilL Natural Scince
atiditor01jUl1.
iI'fessor Lovet t, wvho is head of the
I2 ::ri1 i ael Prt lOiilat the University
of Cli (ti :) 8and 10orm ~r edlit or of "The
;dial 1'is W Il hilown as ? playwright
and( ant lor, ad; at presenit a, mem-
,) r 0f thi 2ccl it oriatlbo rd of01the "Now
Ifte w i II speak here as the first Jee- f
C urer o(' a series which has been ar-
roumged bay the 'F'oistoy1 cenltena ry coml-
mui'it can:-isting" of sixteen faculty
membmers, The next speaker oui the
program, Prof". Williamn Lyon Phelps)
(, Ya -r universityv, will addre :s a Sun-
(lay convocation this coming fall andl
has agreedl to use some phase of Tol-
stoy's life for lhS sujec~t.

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HILL AUDITFORIUM/
First Concert, Wednesday, May 16, 8:1 5 O'cloc k
SO LO ISTIS
'lI'IE1I(KSTOCK an'd ERC 1 1W1LAMA IrERl (f0iesI),('i4niLrs
:41 REL ROSS R l EAI), Acconpankt,
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£V+t''l -7FligDtha"........... ARIAS: (a) "Voce di dailna" from "'La Gioconda".......INlhie
(h) "'Al iions Ills" from "Le Prophete" .. ,......Me'h~
Margaret Mvatzenauer
( ONCJ'li It) o. 1 for Organ and Orchestra ..... .......l~hiate
Fonmt, with verve; Ver y Slowly; Brightlyj
[),m er Christian
('11li Composer Conducting)
D tedication (f tlile new) Frieoze Memorial Organ, b~uilt by the Skin n r
Orga nipomvn, lBoston, Massachusetts)
80N, t': (a) Sapphlische Ode
(l) Von IEwiger Liebe : . .. . ...................ljra bIns
(c) Widmulng .......... .......... .............Seb (111:111
(di) Erikontig ..................... ....... .....5ch~a 11('11.
Mine. Matzenauer
Intermission
ORG AN SOLOS:
(a) Scherzo, "Hymn of Pan" ......................VMoore
(l)) impresiion........... ..............,. Karl 1~lert
(c) 'Toccata, "Thou Art the Rock".. .............. ..Muhlct
j~Mr.Christian
S ITN'N for Orchv stra, Opus 19 ........................ . .iohnanyi
Andante con Variazione; Scherzo; Romanza; Rondo
ARIA, "UCrechtcrout'' from "Rienzi". ... .................WInner
Mine. M~atzenauer
Second Concert, Thursday, May 17, 8:15 O'clock
SOLOISTS
.11 AME IFiO NTIA\A, Sopraino ('IASE BARlE JF0, Ba ss
M11ELE AL('OVI, Contralto UrNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
TU['DOR DA I ES, 'feiir (II ILDR.1EN'S ('11ORUS
P1A [ AlEil 1, IRIII1, Qrganist EARtL V. AMORE, ('Onduicar
I'R ( GR1tA t1
"SA INT F]?RANCIS OF ASSISI"...............I'i~erne
Ani Oratorio in a Prologue aiid Two Parts
w (CAST OF CHARACTERS

This is the crack Yale team o thinker,; that met Harvard recently in a contest for the first grey-matter chain-
pionshiup of the world1. The two teams look in examination on English literature that covered three 10 by 12 inch
sheets of paper printad( in smrall tylie. Several ambitious B3 )stunl reporters who discoveredi ,somne of the examination
questions say that successful answers wvil~l 1'Ccliie a 1erfe2t kniowledge of the subject. $5,006 will be awardled to the
English department cif the winning university.j
R I I C- ur r ur r l m erican Institute Of Accountants

UU0111LOO UU111 LIILI L 3

Makes Offer To Unbl

TO B[ ILIIIAT UNJ ON Prof. William A. Paton, of the o rd of his
Schoalol Business Administration, are select
Corpora01tionl Officers' Will )'feei 1'iil, yesterdiay announced that he wishedI rise to ti
Vniversity Professors lIii ; to direct the attention of Ulniversity* profession
131si1es D1iseii,4sioiI 'students to an ofler made by the Ain- to do anyt
I rican JDistitnfe o0'Accountantt,, a men and
PROF. VOAkUM TO; SPEAK " . ion r approy:
Exeutie a~l eronnl oficrs f roved college graduates on the staffs' A nuni
ofpulic accountants without any in detailt
varousMiciga cop~r~io;, .1, Icharge to the studlents for this sere- ;tute of A<
mreet with members of the School of ice. Professor Paton requests that all of Profess
Business Administration andi of the 1 tudxents interested in this offer see en out t(o
Department of Economics in a see- himi imniediately. oe
1"1Men who enter the accountancy oe
ond invitational conference on per- "The c po'sintrug hsmdu c
sonilel relations to be 1fi(e ldfoTorow cpy a favorable posit ion from thej which is
the Bure.-
in the Mic(higan Union. start," said Prof'essor Pa ton yester- "consists
The conference will b~e opened at (lay. "In the first place, the require-;who undle
1.0:004 o'clock by Prof. Clarence S.metsa tolroaiycrce, just grad
Iou of the Personnel ne-anage- 1( etlaiiyaehg , cti realize t
Yoakum, a youtng man is applroved bly the 1, ir-, findpoi

" One h1und~red yeazrs ago Count- Leo
versity Stud ents 'Tolstoy was born in a small I ownl in
Russia and t his year the centelarmy of
sprogress, andl since no 0 'c n1itbte birth of this famous author, 1111-
:tedwhoarenotexpcte ton-sanitariani, 8an(1sociali st. isbeing cele-
:ed ho ae nt execte tobrated in many countr'ies, with the ex-
"he important; places in the (l lusioli of his own. Tolstoy, who was
n, the committee is anixious opposed to the Czarist form of gov-
7tiing possible to assist: these t~rimllenit 811d who received b~ad treat-,
to jsti'y ts wn jdo etaua ent at their hanids, was abused event
to iisiiyit ow jugmnn:more by tile'"Reds."' Just a month
ving tli m.'' ago 50 Tolstoyja 115 were arrestetl in
Aber of b~ooklets dt'sciibing IRUz, ia 11(1 thbrown in jail iby the Bol-
the offer madle by the Insti-i slieviks, since that Vcgine suppresses
cconrntant s are in t hhands all roth ica 1Pm 0a1d1an yth1ing that,
wvould1 tend toward b)reaking their
,sor Paton, and will be Div- l~tvr
oany stridlent who asks ror jcIn commemorationl of tihe 100th anl-
miversay of this great thinker's birthm

,mmittee of the lnst7zute
;directing tihe activities or
ea," Professor Paton adlderv,
of practicing accountants
erstandl the viewpoint of men
nuated fronr college. TIhey
hat many college graduates
tios whlich are niot suitable

..s.. ..... *'"''~'*~'~*;for them and they have formlalted
spent in round table discusSins l o, may he proud. Then, after he is, plat- definilte mnethods for selecting men
b~y University professors and 1>y cx- iedl, the Bureau keeps a careful rec- jfor the accountanlcy profession who
ecutives of a number of business con- GO D IG ' E!4Sare likely to be contented1 and su1c-
hetrM. Cuilver, general manager FLATING SCHOOL' ce l
for the Emnployers' association of De- EDeannScott I. Goodnight of the
troit, will be the toastmasteir at a din-; University of Wisconsin has been ap-
ner to be served delegates to the coil- pointed as executive headt'of the4
ference -at 6:00 o'clock. 'line speaker Floating University faculty cruisej
has been announced as W. V. Bing- jwhich leaves New York on its eight H CH L
1am, director of the Personnel Poe- ! t:-ntbs trip around the world this
search association, New York City. October. According to thle latest re-
"Menmbers of the School of Busi-; ports both 1lie men's and women's THE HOME GF
Hess5 Administran on and(1 (f the Do- I quota on this year's Floating rTni-
partinent of Eonon-Acs of' the Uili- versity are filling rapidlly. .-- -
varsity of Michigan," said Professor prof. AV. Carl Rufus of tile Astron- Phone 4277
Yoakum yesterday, "are interested in ciny department, who was a member
becoming personally acquainted withI of the faculty on, last year's cofulse,
leaders in the field of management in is in charge of the Michigan enroll-
til state anld in conlsulting withi nien merit. He advises undergradx~tai v AtIo*
who are "face to face withI the actual graduate stuldenlts inlteres~ted to see A Tej1l~f~ I
problems (of administration." 'him as soon as possible.
_-M.w.s..w~w: . p.wF.e. ..w..aa.~..:. w--------------wwr~ It f r Anvd

thIe T'olst oy society, numbering among
its mlenmbers man~iy famous writeris, has
''been forned inl Englanad for t lie pur-
1pose of get[t iig(oit, 8,Cenitenary cdit ion
tol,fTolstoy's \vritiigl. rT'hiese books
will be issued by thle Oxford university
press5 in three yearly installments of
seven ea 'ch.
l'oIA'ssov Morse will discuss Tol-
lst oy's relathomus with Ii pople, his trum'
p~ictutres01f lilmnIllife as lie wrote'
th em, and bowy rf'olstoy alnalyzedh and
in what lIighit he held human nature.
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Saint Francis ......Tudor Davies
Thlle Lep< r
'The Voice of Christ........
..Chase FBaromeo
Friar Leon ......llayrnund Koch
Friar Anigelo
'f',' nor Solor ........Ottis Patton
Friar Masseo ...... Philipa Culkin

Sister Clare .....Mario Montana,
Thie Lady Poverty. .Merle Alcock
Birds ......... Children's Chorus
Friends of St. Francis, Peo-'
ply, etc ..................
...University Choral Union
Earl V. Moore, Conductor

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California RIPE OLIVES, ice cold, a favorite hors d'oeuvre
for formal dinners and teas.
Salads, to be delicate and zestful, may well 'have a few RIPE
OLIVES tucked in crisp lettuce. In sandwiches, too, minced
RIPE OLIVES add a piquant flavor...
Fully ripened oan the tree inl sunny California valleys, Ripe
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-Third Concert, Friday, May 18, 2:30 O'clock
SOLOISTS
IE N NO. lA BNOF, Vifrlinist MAREIE iON1TA N A, Soprano
('11 ldre)IN 1Festival ('horus Orchestral, Accornlaainieii
Ht"IIETI' ~(STOCK and J(JVA M1W-BEE, (Conducwtors
:HA'TE'. MOSS 11R1,AD, Accompawnist
PROGRAM
OVERTURE-T+, to "The Impresario"........ .................. Mozrart
ARIA, "'Sieccome un di" from "The Pearl Fishers"....... ..... Bizet
Marie Montana
(IONCPItT() for~ Violin and~ Orchestra, P~ Minor, Opus 64..
.. . ... . .. .. . . .. . .. .Men deissobn
Benno Rabinof
Intermission
~CANTATA, "The Quest of tile Queer Prince".................Hyde
Children's Festival Chorus
VIOLIN SOLOS:
Waltz Schmerzo........................ ...... .Cliabrier
Gypsy Caprice ............ ................Kreisler
Witches' Dance..... ... ........ ........:...... ... Paganini
Benno Rabinof
SONGS:
The Crying of Waters.................... Campbell Tipton
The Soft-Footed Snow .:....................... Sigurd Lie
In the Silence of the Night ...................Rachmaninoff
Love Went a Riding........... .Frank Bridge
Fourth Concert, Friday, May 18, 8:15 O'clock
SOLOIST
LEONOR A CORONA, Soprano
Th F r3 ;c rsity ('lorail Unio0n The Chicago Sympnl!Iy Orchestra
FrIchJ Stork, Percy Grainger (Guest), Cond ctors
Palmacr C'hristian, Organist i'Mabel Ross Rlhead, ianst
PROG RAMf
OVERTURZE, "Le Baruffe Chizzotte," Opus 32............ Sinigaglia
ARIAS: (a) "Casta Diva" from "Norma" ............ ........IBellini
(b) "Suicidio" from ' La: Gioconda" .............Ponchielli
Leonora Corona
SYMPHONY No. 4 E Flat Major, Opus 48 ............... Glazounow
"M~archiing Song of Democracy"..........................Grainger
University Choral Union
(Conducted by the Composer)
Intermission
ARIAS: to) "In Quele. Trine Morbide" from "Manon"........ Puccini
(b)) "Vissi d'arte" from "Tosca.. ............... Puccini
Leonora Corona
STITPE from ',L'Oiseau de Feu".......................Strawinsky
ARIA, "Adieu, forets," from "Jeannfe d'Arc."...... ..... Tchaikowsky
Leonora Corona
Fifth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 2:30 O'clock
SOLOIST
I'FNV III Y tlA INGFiI., Pikinist (1'HlCA(GO SYMPHONY 'ORCITESTlIX
FRlEOlE RICK STOCK, Conductor
PROGRAM
OVl{iITItE~, "'tile Romanl Carnival,' Opus 9 ................Berlioz
SYMIItNY No. 5, E Minor, Opus 64... ............Tchaikowsky
Intermission
CONCERTO for Pianoforte, A Minor, Opus 16 ................ Grieg
Percy Grainger
Sixth. Concert, Saturday, May 19, 8:15 O'clock

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CAST
Aida ...............................................Leone IKriiso
Amilerla ................................... ........Mar'ion Telva.
Hi gh Pmiestecns ........................................ThelmaLei
R~adamnes............................Paujl Althouse
Amcnasro..................................... ... .Marie Batsiola
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