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"THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY,,

Y 10,

[ILIJLO I N 1 NQUARTELL'S BAND
Ofr D 4N I All Frankie Quartell's featre record-
111' ~OIAA til fI[ing orchestra has been secured to play

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(Students Pla NaiFr

T 'our WILL HOLD MAY
irdomePART Y ON FRIDAY;

GOULD RECEIVES
RUSSELL AWARD!

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mommolownwa

_____at the annual Senior trail to be held
JoIhn ). Ilockefeller,: Jr., Rtemoves Col.' Friday night May 18 in the Ball roomf
Stei art Fronm Office Beeftuse ; of the Union. Quartell was formerly i
Of Te stilimy Giv'en tr mnpete ° with Isham Jones' orches-
I 1T TR i ++ET ptra and has been with his ownl orches-
MAGNT11E SENDS i E 'tra at the M~ontmarte Cafe and ther
(By Associated Press) Decorations for the affair will re-
NSEW YORK, May '9-Resignation of ipresent a ni~lon-lit garden. The1
Col. Robert W. Stewart, chairman of lighting is to be of (loep blue. Pillars
the board of the Standard Oil corn- Iwill be illumiinated from behind hanks
panry of.Indiana, has been requested of palms and four lighted fountainst
by JohinlD. Rockefeller, Jr., because 'Will he placedl in the corners of the1
of Colonel Stewart's recent testimony room. The orchestra will be placed
before the Senate, comrmittee investi- I rnder a canopy am.-41 palms and flow-
,gating oil reserve leases. lers. Mary Louise Murray '28, is chair-1
Mr. iockefeller previously had re- man of the decoration committee.
ceive~l from i. Stewart a promise to, The grand march will be 10(1 by
resign whrenever such a request was (Miss June Slomer '29 adt Janr:-e c.
made. lFHughey, Jr. '28 who is general chair-i
'l'The following statement was auth-i man of the affair. Dancing will be
orized by Mr. Rockefeller: 1from 9 o'clock until 2 o'clock, the
"011 Ap>ril 27 I wrote Col. Robert W. grand March being scheduled for a-
Stewart, chairman of the board of the bout 11 o'clock. The Senior ball is the
Stanidard Oil company of Indiana, the 'last purely social function of the yearij
following letter:. 'Your recent testi-laned the last Universty socia fiinctfen
mohay before the Senrate committee inwi! ayoftegautn
leavies mee no alternative other than 'm'emrbers will lbe included.
to ask you~ to make the promise youe Favors for the ball will be vanl-}
voluntarilyr gave me some weeks ago, colored ostrich feathiei fants With horne
that your would resign at my request. handles.
That reqtuest ?I now make.' The regular ticket sale was comn-
"On April au1 I wrote 'again as fol- pleted some time ago, but there are
lows: 'Mr. Seibert has told me thati still a few tickets for the function a
in the course of the conversation you aalbea h ands nteU-
had with him after receipt of my let- on, it was announced yeteda.
ter of the 27th inst. mention was made las orthsfrmleredarly
as toi the possibility of a special meet- Pln fo th frmlae ery
ing of the stockholders of the Stand- com'plieted and work on the decora-
arc! Oil company of Indiana bieing call- tdofl will begin early next week.
eci s~o bth they might have opportuni-
ty to cxpiress themselves in regard to PARIS.-Thp Red Star Olympics
your req~uest for my resignation. If this won the cup final of the French soccer
play is to be followed, have no, doubt league by dlefeating9 the Paris Athlet-
that you will have the 30 day call !c Club 3-1., in the Columbus stadium.
issue and that you will wish to write ~. .~-------~.
me that it has been done.'"-____;
"I have taken the above action b)e- etroit T et
cause I have lost confidence in Col- T etr

An aerial flight over Detroit last-a
ing 25 minutes, exhibit's of airplanes,
and a trip through the Stout Airplane't
factory, are to be the feaures of aI
trip to the Ford airport at Dearborn,
Saturday, sponsored by William L-.
Chase, '28, for the Stout Airplane
company.
Special buses will leave the Uniont
airport at 9:15 o'clock. Then the1
party will be divided into groups,,l
some of the sightseers taking the air-1£
plane ride while others are inspecting
the field, hangars and factory. The
bus will return to Ann Arbor by noon.,
In addition tb the morning trip an-
other is being planned for afternoon
in case a sufficient number signifyjt
their preference for that time.
Flights will he made in Stout tri- !.
motored biplanes, of 14 passenger ca-
pacity, similar to the plane flown by
Commander Byrd to the North Polh,
an original of the later being ficiud-
ed among the exhibits of plane;: to bel
shown in the hangars! I
Inspection of the airport, one of
the largest in the country, will include
visits to the shops and to the hangars~i
in which is housed the' airplane mu-l
seum. Besides the Byrd plane, the

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Kindl a, half walls of the building willr
represenrt a buiding terrace, while
the. e awncr of the wall space will
1)0 taken'u,) uwith landscape, tall of
which is dlone in futuristic rather'
thazn realistic style.
The orchestra will be seated on a
raised platform on the far side of
the gymnasium as one enters, andl be-
hind them. will b)e a gigantic pai/nted
hir d somewhat resnibling the Am-
., ca Ea l , w i h w s t e I ansym bol for the rising sun. There w ill
be "several niches provided for seats,
and the chaperones will have s, spec-C'
=al booth directly to the right from7
the entrance to the dance floor. A,
number of niches at' some distance
fru'the floor in the building ter-
.,ace section, which resemble wind-,
ows, will be indirectly lighted with;
soft lights to give an unusual effect.
The ceiling of the gymnasium will
he dlecorated to resemble the skcy, and
the center piece high above the mla-'
dle of the floor will be constructed as
a replica of the conventional Incan
.way of refnresenting the sun, as shown
in their pottery which has coni-e do~~n
to us. All lighting Qxcept one or two

(Contined from Page Oine)
mnt. Text s anrd Papyri,-' s rote81sor
SiE'rltC' t''raed t!he btte' r wrngle in
'which the hiW1-l 1scholatrs have been I
involve! overtheI( true text of the
how r'estmnen(, arind outlined his own-
r05C,.rcliQ5 on the subjects in the Egy,\j
.ic-u papyri of the University' s col-
lect ion .
IDividing f the new testainent mnanu-
s;cripts nto three main groups, the
Alexanid ~i,,n, Antiochian, and \ < t-'
em, h1 pointed(1olit the chronologicala
intl ne:nce of these three schools oni
rtis oi' the New Tpestament found'
in lgpt Inter lal evidence in th(
third century papyri show that the
E-,yptian texts, of .the third ct uryI
'wecIQ(oplied from manuscripits of the
so-called \Vestern group.
I late third and early fourth century.
texts, of which there are 15 frag-
ments extant, show approximatly
andi equality ofi influence between
the Western and Alexandriani schools.
This shows, according to Professor
Sanders, that as early 'as the fourth1
' century attem'pts were being made to
correct the extant Western texts from
the Alexandrian manuscripts.
The trend in the fifth century parch-
:ments andi papyri is towardi te Alex-
andrlan, with a beginning of the Ani-
'tiochan, 'and ai liberal sprinkling of
Western readings. After the fifth cen-
tury through the seventh, Alexand-
rian influence continued] to increase,
while the Antiocl-fan and Western
waned somewhat, although without
dish.appearing entirely.

HILL, AUDITO-FRIUMAT
MAY -18,9 17, 18 19
First Concert, Wednesday, May 16, 8:1~5 O'clock
SOLOISTS
MARA I{ET M AtfZ EN AU EII, 'oftratlf
'111 E, ('Ii J"AGO )SYiIM IllON W ORCH'11ESTRIA
1FIZI1EIEllCl( SOCI( nd ERIC I F )L1I'rl' (e),(onilor
'hA 1~11055 ROSSIlE AID, Accompanist
OV IZtTIRE, "The Flying Dutchman.... .. ...........htgne
AiLA,; (a) "Voce di doanna" from "La Gioconda..... ,... Pouhwi
(br) "'Aim moms fils" from "L- lPrbphet e"........Me V(Y '-1w
Margaret Matzenauer
C'ONCERITO)No. 1,for Organ and Orchestra....... eaat
Fw'-t~, with verve; Very Slowly; Brightly
Palmer Christian
(Th''e Compo)ser Cond(ucting)
' (Dedication of the new Frieze Memorial Organ, built by the Slciln~rr
Organ Cornplany, Boston, M assachusetts)
SoNO(IS: (a) Sapphische Ode-.1
(h) Vou Ewiger Lipee............... ...rahmsi~
(c) Widmiung ..........................Stch mn mll
(dl) Erlkonig ....... ................ ........Schubeort
Mine. Matzenaurer

"Pride of Detroit," the Stinson mono- hanging lights will be indirect, and
plane in whicho etottSchlee aisn luedBrock flew wiebilatcoswl rdm
fromDetoitto oki isincude in mate in) the scheme they will be seen
the exhibit. tin the soft glow of subdued ighting.
-- - -- Otto Wenzler, '2MA, is the general
CINCINNATI.-Vic Aldridge, hold-; chairman for the event, and will icad
out New York flinger,, signed his con-I the grand march with Miss Arzella
tract with the Giants and will accom- IlMyers, of Toledo, when the line forN's
pany the team to Pittsburg. !at about It1 o'clock tomorrow night.

Intermnission

onel Stewart's leadership andl believe
that the interest of the Standar'd Oil
coinipany of Indiana can now best be
served by his resigning. This action
shouild not be construed as a judge-
ment on my part as to the issue in-
volved in thre legal proceedings now
pending."
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OROAN SOLOS:
(a) Scherzo, "Hymn of Pan"..................... ,.Moore
(b) Impression. ............... ........... ....Karl Alrt,
(c) Toccata, "Thou Art the Rck"....... ..... ...Mult
Mr Christia'n"
SUITP, for Orclicstra, Opus 19 ..................Dohnanyi
Andante con Varizione;- Scherzo; Rtoan za; Rondo
ARIA, "Gerechter (Got" from "Rienzi" . . ............Wagner
Mine. M~atzenauer
Second Concert, Thursday, May 17, 8:15 O'clock
SOLOISTS
MARIE MONTANA, Soprano (t IASEBAROMEO, Th:% iss"
MEIRLE ALCOCK, Contralto UNIVERSITY CHIORAJL UNION
ITU )011 DA VI ES, Tenor (C11ILDREN'S CIIOJIU
hA VMTN I) KOCHf, Baritone t ICAh.O S'V IWIIOIN VYW1.
PALM VRt CHRISTIAN, Olrganist EARL V. MOORE,; Conductor
PROG~RA1
"SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI".............. +..... ...Pierne
An Oratorio in a Prologue and Two Parts
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Saint Francis ......Trdor lavies Sister Clare .....Marie Montana
The Leper The Lady Poverty. .Mere Alcock
Thec Voice of Christ.Birds.........Children's Chorus
...Chase Barotrieo
Friar' Leon......Raymund 1,Wch Friends of St. Francis, Pe-
Friar Angelo PI e, etc .................
Tfenor' Solon ........Ottis Patton " .Unversity Choral Union
Friar M.asseo ......Philip C11kin Earl V. Moore, Conuctor
Third Concert, Friday, May 18, 2:30 O'clock
SOLOISTS
B ENNO EABl N OF, 'Vialinist MARIE MiON TAN A, soprano
Chlildreni~s Festival Chorus rchitctral Aeonipaniment ..
Fi'it. lfI)EWK STOCK Kand SUVA 101GRIBE, Conductors
MAMhL ROSS ifHRAI, Aecoiripanla~st.
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, to "The Impresario" ........ .................Mozat
ARIA, "'Siccomie un di" from "Thre Pearl Fishers" ........... Bizet.
Marie Montana
(ONCERTO for Violin and Orchestra, E Mnor, Opus G4..,
.. .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . .Mendessohn
Benno Rabinof,
Intermission
CANTATA, "The Quest cf the Queer Prince" ... .......Hyde
Children's Festival Chorus
VIOLIN SOLOS:
Waltz Scherzo ....................a............... Chabrier
Gypsy Capice..............................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 .......... ........Rachmininoff
Love Went a Riding........... .... ... ..Prank Bridge
Fourth Concert, Friday, May 18, 8:15 O'clock
SOLOIST
IJEONORA. CORONA, Stopn
The University Choral Union thm Cieag Symphotny Orchestra
Frederick Stock, Percy, Grainger (Guest), Conductors
Palmer Christian, Organist Mabel R.oss RBhei, spanit
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "Le Baruffe Chizzotte," Opus 32........... Sinigaglia
ARIAS: (a) "Cata Diva" from "Norma" ................ .Bellini
(b) "Suicidio" from "La Gioconda" ............. Ponchielli
Leonora Corona
SYMPH=ONY No. 4 E Flat Major, Opus 48........,.......Glazounow
"Marching Song of Democracy" .. ........ ..........Grainger
University Choral Union
(Conducted by the Composer)
Intermission
ARIAS: (a) "In Quelle Trine Morbide" from "Mano"......Pucchin
(b) "Vissi d'arte" from "Tosca"....... ..Puccini
Leonora Corona
SUITE from 'W'Oiseau de Feur"..............Strawinky
ARIA, "Adieu, "forets," from "Jeanne d'Arc"........ .. ..Tchaikosky
Leonora Corona
Fifth Concert, Saturday, May, 19,2:30 O'clock
SOLOIST
PERCH' GRAINGER, Pianist CICAGO SVOIWPIONY ORCHESTRA
FRIE)F RICK STOCKt, courdetor
PROGRAM
OVEII7t'RE, "The Roman Carnival,' Opus 9J................Berlioz
SYMPHONY No. 5, L Minor, Opus 64 .................Tchalkowsky
Intermission
CONCERTO for Pianoforte, A Minor, Opus 16..... ........ .. Gieg
Percy Grainger
Sixth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 8:15 O'clock
"A IDA" GUISEPPE VERDI
An Opera in Four Acts
CAST
Aida.......................................... .Leone Kruse
Amnenms.................... ............... ...... .Marion Telva
High Priestess............................... .Thelma Lewis
Radanies...........................Paul Althouse
Amonasro............... ... .............. ......Marie Basiola
Ramphis
The I{lng .........................................Chase Baromoo

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