THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUN
phony Orchestra and the following soloists: Marie Montana, soprano, Merle
Alcock, contralto, Tudor Davies, tenor, Raymund Koch, baritone, Chase
Baromeo, bass, Earl V. Moore, conductor.
The Third May Festival concert will take place Friday afternoon, May
18, at 2:30 o'clock; soloists: Marie Montana, soprano, Benno Rabinof, violin;
the Children's Festival Chorus will sing "The Quest of the Queer Prince" by
Hyde with orchestral accompaniment; Frederick Stock and Juva Higbee, con-
The Fourth May Festival concert will take place Friday evening, May 18,
at 8:15 o'clock; micellaneous artist programs; Leonora Corona, soprano,
soloists; the University Choral Union and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
will perform Percy Grainger's "Marching Song of Democracy" with Mr.
Grainger in the role of guest conductor. Frederick Stock will conduct the
The Fifth May Festival concert will take place Saturday afternoon, MayG
19, at 2:30 o'clock; Percy Grainger, piano soloist; Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra, Frederick Stock, conductor.
The Sixth and Final May Festival concert will take place Saturday eve-
ning, May 19, at 8:15 o'clock, when the University Choral Union, the Varsity
Glee Club, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. will perform Verdi's "Aida
an opera in four acts. The following soloists will participate: Leone Kruse,
soprano, (Aida), Marion Telva, contralto, (Amneris), Thelma. Lewis, so-
prano (High Priestess), Paul Althouse, tenor, (Radames), Mario Basiola,
baritone, (Amanasro) Chase Baromeo, bass, (Ramphis and The King), Frank
Ryan, (The Messenger), Earl V. Moore, conductor.
For obvious reasons the public is respectfully requested to detach from
their season tickets the individual coupons for each concert, and present
that only for admission. Also, for obvious reasons, the public is respect-
fully requested to be seated at the beginning of the concerts, as the doors
will be closed during numbers. The attention of the public is particularly
called to the concerts on Thursday and Saturday evenings when the first
act will last about 30 minutes.I
Charles A. Sink.
Mr. W. S. Huxford will speak on "Determination of the Charge of Posi-
tive Thermions from Measurements of Shot-Effect," Tuesday, May 15, at 4:15
o'clock in Room 1041. All interested are invited.
D. M. Dennison.
Men's Education Club:
The club will meet Monday, May 14, at 7 p.m., at the Michigan Union,
Room 302. Professor C. M. Elliott of Michigan State Normal will speak con-
cerning "Salvaging the Wastes in Education."
Plans for the picnic will be formulated.
W. W. Arnold, President.
There will be a meeting of the Romance Club on Tuesday, May 15, at
4:15 o'clock in the Michigan Union.
Julio del Toro.
Lantern Night Class Aides and Leaders:
A very important meeting for all aides and leaders of the- line of marchI
II Launbda Theta:
There will be an important business
meeting of Pi Lambda Theta, Monday,
J'ay 14, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 109
Tappan Hall. Election of officers
will take place at this time. A fine of
25 cents will be charged for all those
not present or excused.
Jean de Vries, Presideu:.
Phi Eta Sigma:
There will be an important meeting
of all members on Tuesday, May 15,
at 5 p.m., in Room 302 of the Union.
There will be a report of the commit-
tee on the Honor System. Everyone
is urged to attend.
H. B. Palmer, President.
Acolytes will meet on Monday, May
14, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 106 Mason
Hall. Prof. DeWitt H. Parker will
read a paper on 'Moral Values.'
Adelphi House of Representatives:
Tuesday evening the initiation of
the new member will take place. It
is requested that all former officers
and as many of the Associate member
as possible be present.
A discussion on the debate topic
will be held in the open session.
Robert H. Lloyd, Treasurer.
Scabhard and Blade:
There will be a pledge meeting at
5 p.m., Tuesday, May 15, at R.O.T.C.
M. S. Griffing.
Varsity Glee Club:
There will be a rehearsal this after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock at Hill Auditor-
Herbert J. Palmer, Manager.
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