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THE MICHIGAN DATLY________

~t~LE Q~~~~ Foreign Tours Fall
In Many Gro upings1
A~UflfM~CLIII Witb the growing popularity of tours

ersity IHospital P113 scllns Will
Lecture At Four I) iv Medical
Clinic ill Detroit
CE IS HIARPER HOSP~ITAL
x doctors from the University!
vital will give addresses next week
lie four (lay medical clinkc which
.o be held in Detroit under the
ices of the Wayi3ne County Medical
ity, anti the Alumrni association of
Detroit Colleg-e of Medicine and
fery, and in which 65 prominent
ers in the field of medicine from

abroad for college students,, there has
been a consequent expansion in var-
ious kinds of tours until at present
the collegian may choose practically
any kind to please his own tastes
whether they be for foreign languages,
culture, peoples, architecture, or mere-
ly a curiosity to "see" Europe.
Unique amiong these tours 'which are
being sponsored by the Bureau of
University Travel is a vagabonding
tour for architects. The tour is to"
cover 67 cdays with a cost Qf $500, and
the architect-, will visit the important
I centers in England, France, {Germany,

CHEMICAL GROUP
INIT~IATES EIGHT / )13tAa ~e
Eight men were initiated into Phi I WNDO
Lambda Upsilon, honorary chemical
fraternity. last night. Those initiated ;trJ >
were E. S. Blake, grad.; J. J. Teich-r
mann, '29; IL. R. Sylvester, '28P; G. I .s..
Chen; 0. T. Zimmerman, '28E; IL. E.
Allison, '28P; G. B. Riker, grad.; andj
H. A. Abramson, '28.
Prof. John H. Muyskens, of the La-
tin department, will he the speaker OeI4feo
I at the, annual banquet which will be 7
held at. 6:15 o'clock, Saturday night, it
at: lh,e Haunted Tavern. Carried 11,401
Officers for the comning year were t ick 'Than, I
elected; It a meetinig Monfday night. XXX
F. D3. Smith~, -rad. ; Josepli Ryan, grad;"
Frank inaigo, '29; Frank~lin YVan edas .C"ibo,___________ T________ "___
weecioe oteroiin.o nesi- 140 (ibi r~i
dent, vico president, treasurer,; secre- AlpI ol
tart', and alumni secretary respective-; HEAT Il~1I ii" (NT CRSO
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First Concert, Wednesday, May 16, 8:15 O'clock
80OLOISTs
"MA RGAR All E 1I ATENAt'ER, Contralto
' H E (' i1ICA00( SYM PHONW ORCHESTRA
PALMIEt CHRISTW1IAN, (Orgaitt
FIVE1ERIi STOC'K aiid RIC l)ELAM~ARTIER ((Aiiel), RCoaaatt4'fu :
MAREj ROSS )RHEAI), Accomupaist \.

11 parts of the United States will Switz,_rlandl, and Italy.4
anticipate. The Michigan Men's Tour is anoth~er
The clinic, which Is a part of the one which Is featured b~y the indepen-
pot-graduate program of the Michi- dence given to the members. A leader
;an Medical Society -and the Depart- will be in charge of this tour which
ngnt of' Post-Gradu ate Medicine of is to visit the leading cities on thae
he University of Michigan, will be continent, but hie will act merely as
he biggest cliniic ever conducted in an advisor for those who desire in-
he state of Michigan. formationi or guidance, anti the men
On the opening day of the clinic, will be free to see Europe in their
vtr , 14, Dr. Aldred Scott Warthin, own fashion.
?rofessor of Pathology in the School Other tours adapted to different
>f Medicine, will address the clinic groups are an Art Tour for study of
n "The present statuls of the Cancer the Fine Arts, a tour for the study
)roblem 3.' T tws (]doy a'Vtei noon, Dr. of historic spots, a tour for study of e t n .Il cC , P o e s r o t - E rp a e p e a d c s o s n
ptgenoloy, will on(a the "His- several other general tours of (different
ory of American )toenitgenolog-y." lengths and adapted to various needs.
The followifng (lay, Dr. Louis H. In connection with the work that
Newburgh, Professor of Clinical In- has been (lone by the bureau,' Prof.
vestigation. will give an anal~ysis of'William :A.. Frayer of. the History.de-
_lie weigh~t curve caused by under-np- partuient, ,and Prof. Rene Talamoai of
;rition in his lecture "Obesity." Dr. the- French department,. have, at var-
lamnes D. Bruce, Director~ of the 'de- ious times hbeen affiliated, acting as
artmenlt of Post-Graduate Medicine, lecturers in their respective fields,. For
and Professor of Internal Medicine, the coming summer, Prof. Arthur W.
wrill lecture op "The Rtesponsibility of Peterson of the Rhetoric department
te Practicing Physician in Modica} and, Prof, Arthur S. Aiton, of the Iis,
Education." tory' department, are to travel on the
May 16, Dr. Cyrus C. ;Sturgis, Di- tours.. Thae local; details are being
ector of the Simpson Memorial In handled by Leslie W. Kindred, Jr.,
titute will, talk on "Pernicious Anem- '28Ed1.
as and Other Forms of Blood Dis-
ease." Dr, Roy B. Canfield, Ptofes- YALE.---Seniors in Yale college, ac-
or ,of Otolaryngoogyy. will speak . o cording to preferences indicated i
"The Clinical Importance of Sinus the annual class vote, prefer a Phi
TnfotimQ 1 Bta Kappa kev to the "Y" ea2rned~r in

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On~r last show- Fridlay
night. will .runl late,
comniecing immiiedi-
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exercises.-

and

On the last cday of ;the clinic, May
7, Dr. James .D.; Bruce, will pre-
de. The clinie will be held at War-
er hospital, and the Detroit College
f Medicine and Surgery.
Two girls started th~e spring canoe1
eason at :Michigan State college with
splashi when the canoe they were
addling turnedl over three times.

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PROGRIA 31,
OVERTURE, "The. Flying Dutchman.. ....... .....waner
ARIAS: (a) "Voce di "donn a" from "La Goconda"......... Ponchielil
(b) "Ali mons fil" from "Le Prophete"......... Meyerber
Margaret Matzenauer
CONCERTO No. 1 for Organ and Orchestra......... DeLamarter
.'twith verve; very 5owiy Brghlty
I i lPalmer Christian
(Thle CornpserConducting)
(Dedicalion of the new Frieze Memorial Organ, built by the Sinnr
I ~ Organ Company, Boston, Massachusetts) ;
i SONGS: (a) Sapphische Ode .OX
(b) Von ftwiger Liebe ........ ,...........Brahms
() Widmun~g...........................chumiann
(d) Erikonig ........ .............. ............ Schubert
Mmne. Matzenauer
ORGAN OLOS:Intermission
(a) Scherzo,-"Hymn' of Pan" ............ . ...... .Moore
(b)_ Impression .... ..... ............ ......... Karl Elert
(c) Toccata, "Thodi. Art the Dock"... ... ,...........Mulet
Mr. Christian,
SUJITE for Orcestfra, Opus V9 .. ..... . .............Dohnanyi
Andante cona Variazione;. Scherzo; Romanza;, Rondo
ARIA, "Gereehter Got" frcni "Rienz"............. ... Wagner
Mmne. Matzenauer
Second Concert, Thursday, May 17, 8:15 O'clock
SOLOISTS.,
MARIE M6i'NTANA, Soprano CHASE BARO MEO, Bass
j IERfLE .ALTC00, Contralto UNIV ERISITY CHO RAL1 UNI10N
TUD)OR. )AIES, Tenor, CHILD)REN'S CHORUS
itA YMUINDI) l(CII, Baritone CHWAuGO SYMPHJONY ORtCH.
'ALMER CIIRISTJAIN, Organist EARL Y. TMOORE, Conductor_
PROGRAM
"SAINT FRANCIS;-OF ASSIS"'....:........ ........Pierne
An Oratorio in a Prologue and Two Parts ;
CAST OF' CHARACTER5
Saint Francis.... ,.. Tudor Davies Sister C re .....Marie Montana.
The Leper The Lady Poverty. ,Merle Alcock
The Voice of Christ.... .haeBrmo Birds......Children's Chorus
I Friar Leon ... ,.. Raymund Koch Friends of St. Francis, Peo-
Friar Angelo ple, etc.........
Tenor Solar ...........Ottis Patton Univrsity Choral Union.
Friar Masseo....:..Phlip Culkn- Earl V. Moore, Conductor
Third Concert, Friday, May 18, 2:30 O'clock
SOLOISTS
RIENN() RABI'N.OF-, Iolni MARIE 3ONTANA, Soprano
Childrends 'et,,s i l iorus vOrchiestra[ Accompaimlent
I 1'FRE ~lIE itj( K,3'ITOI( ~n. auiI JYJA HII4B E,, Conductors
hMABEL RitOSS RREAJ, Acompnivint
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, to "The Impresario" ........'... . ...... .......Mozart
ARIA, "'Siccome un di" from "The Pearl Fishers"...... ...,. Bizet
Marie Montana
CONCERTO for Violin and Orchestra, E Minor, Opus, G4. .
........Mendetsohn
M3enno Rabinof
Intermission
CANTATA, "The Qest of the Qeer Prince" .. ...........HIyde
Children's Festival Chorus
VIOLIN SOLOS:
Waltz Scherzo......... ..........Chabrier
Gypsy caprice..................Kreidler
Witches' Dance ........................ .... ...Paganini
Benno Rabinof
SONGS:
The Crying of. Waters ............Campbell Tipton
The Soft-Footed Snow......... .. .....Sigurd Lie
In the Silence of the Night. .... ,. ... ..Rachmaninorff
Love Went a Riding ................. ... .....Firank Bridge
Fourth Concert, Friday,. May 18, 8:15 O'clock,
SOLQIST .:,
JLEt)NO#A CORONA, 'Soprano'
The University.. Choral Union T Ihe Chicago Symphiony Orchestra
1Fre&erick ,tock, Percy Grainger (Gt4s), lCrr1ductrs
Palmer (hristli~, Organist -lMibci Ro s ithead, Pianist
l PROGRAM .
OVERTURE, "Le Baruffe Chizzotte," Opus 32......... .. Sinigaglia
ARIAS: (a) "Cata Diva" from "Norma".............. .lellini
(b) "Suicidio" from "La Gioconda" .........Ponehielli
Leonora Corona
SYMPHONY No. .4 E Fiat Major, Opus 48 ...............lazounow
"Marching Song of Democracy".................... .Grainger
/ University Choral Union
f i (Conducted by the Composer)
Intermiss ion
ARIAS: (a) "In Quelle Trine Morbide" from "Manon"....... Puccini
(b) "Vissi d'arte" from "Tosca"........ ......Puccini
Leonora Corona
SUITE from "L'Oiseau de Feu" ..............Stravinsky
ARIA, "Adieu, forets," from "Jeanne d'Arc"..... ....... Tchaikowsky
1 Leonora Corona
Fifth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 2:30,1O'clock
SOLOIST
PERICY GRAINGER .Pianist CUIlCIGO( SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
F~REDERICK STOCK, Conductor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "The Roman Carnival,' Opus 9.. ......rllz
SYMP3HONY No. 5, E Minor, Opus 64...........Tchaikowsky

Intermis's'ion
ICONCERTO for Pianoforte, A Mirror, Opus 16G............... Grieg
j Percy _Grainger
I Sixth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 8:15 O'clock

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An Opera in Four Acts
CAST
Aida ........................................ ......Leone Kruse
Amneris.................. ................. . ..Marion T1elva
High l'riestess........................ ........ .Thelma Lewis
Radames ...................... ... ...... . ,. ...Paul11AAthouse
Amonasro.....................................Marie 1Basiola
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The~ King;. ...................... ....... ......Chase IBaromo
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