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''THE' MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY-17,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUURSDAY. MAY 17,

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DAILY OFrFICIA-L BULLETINJ
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p.m. (11:30 a.m., Saturday.)

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play, "Le Docteur Miracle," may see the proofs and leave their orders in
Room 104, South Wing, office of the Romance Language Department. All
orders must be in before May 24.
Max Fruhauf, Jr., Treasurer Cerele Franeajs.

VOille 8.

TIRII{SDAY, MAY 17.

Number 171.

Nolice to All Seniors:
There are only six more business days after today for payment of diploma
and certificate fees of any candidates for graduation at the coming com-
mencement. If you have not yet paid, please delay no longer. There can and,
will he no Extension beyond 4 p.m., May 24.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
To All Telephone Users:
Will you please observe the following simple requirements when apply-'
ing for a telephone or change in the present installation of the telephone
you are now using:
1. Submit written requests to the Assistant Secretary of the ULniversit'y.
2. In the event that as a new installation is needed specify-(a) Thre
numb'er of the room in which it is to be installed and (b) the person under
whose name the phone will be listed in the directory.
3. If the present installation is to be changed specify-
(a) Present number of telephone.
(b) Room in which phone is now located.
(c) Change desired.
4. Tha standard cord length is six feet. Special lengths are eight feet,
11 feet, and 15 feet. Permission to use a cord longer than 15 feet must come
from the general offices of thentelephone company in Detroit.
Everyone concerned will be saved much time if these simple directions
are followed.
Herbert G. Watijis, Assistant Secretary.

Ann Arbor Division, Detroit Chapter, A.S.S.T.:
The last meeting of the year will be held Thursday, May 17, at 8 p.m.,
in Room 3201 East Engineering Building. Mr. Harold F. Wood, chief metal-
lurgist of the Wyman-Gordon Co., will give an illustrated talk on drop forg-
ings. W. P. Wood.
Members of Mimes:
There will be a meeting in Room 306 of the Union at 4:30 o'clock on
Thursday, May 27. James 1I. Yant, President.
PhI Eta Sigma:
There will be an important meeting of all members of the classes of '29,
'30, and '31 of this society on Thursday, May 17, at 5 p.m., in Room 316 of the
Union. At this time the committee. on the Honor System will give a detailed
report of its investigation. The committee has a proposal to make to the
society as a whole. Everyone is urgently requested to be present at this
last meeting of the year. H. B. Palmer, President.
Christian Science Society:
Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets tonight at
7:30 o'clock in the Upper Room of Lane Hall.
Alice Louise Fouch, Secretary.
Lecture, Course For 1928-29-
The lecture course committee of the Oratorical association will meet next
week to begin consideration of next year's lecture course. Any member of the
University faculty who wishes to make suggestions in regard to next year's
lecture program should send the suggestions at once to Professor J. M.
O'Neill, 3211 Angell Hall, Chairman of the Committee.
Robert J. Gessner, President of the Oratorical Association, 1928-29.
Public Health Journal Club:j
There will be no meeting of the Public Health Journal Club Thursday
evening of this week. 1. <P. Isaminger.

WILL BUILD LONG
TELEPHONE CABLE
Carrying out its plan to connect
the cities of both sides of the state
and intermediate points by means of a
long distance telephone cable, the
Michigan Bell Telephone2company is
buildinrg approximately 200 miles of'
cable, at a cost of nearly $2,000,000,
during 1928, according to J. J. Kelly,
manager of the company's Ann Arbor
exchange.
When completed in 1930, the big
telephone highway wil connect with
Port Huron, Mt. Clemens, Bay City,
Saginaw, Flint, Pontiac, Birmingham,
Royal Oak, Detroit, Wyandotte, Tren-
ton, Monroe, Toledo, Ann Arbor,
Jackson, Battle Creek, Kalamazoo,
Grand Rapids, Niles, Benton Harbor,
and other points along the route of
the cable, and will join the New York-
Chicago-St. Louis cables.
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Teachers' Certificates:
Blanks for the payment of the Teachers' Certificate fee may be secured
at the office of the School of Education. All students who expect to be
recommended for the Teachers' Certificate in June must pay the, fee before
4 p.m., May 24, and return the receipt immediately to the' Receder, School
of Education, 105 Tappan Hall.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
June Seniors-School of Education:
All Diploma and Teacher's Certificate fees must have been paid before 41
p.m., May 24, and the receipts returned immediately to the Recorder, Schoolj
of Education, if candidates expect to be recommended for degree's in June.
Blanks for this purpose may be secured at the office of the School of Edu-
cation.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Lecture on the Profession of Forestry:
Dean S. T. Dana will lecture on the profession of Forestry on Thurs-
day, May 17 at 4:10 o'clock in 1025 Angell Hall. This lecture i's designed
for the benefit of students particularL those enrolled in the College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts, and i. the College of Engineering, who may
desire information concerning Forestry as a profession.
W. R. Huniphreys, Assistant Dean.
Graduate Students:
Graduate students who expect to receive a degree in June must pay the
diploma fee of $10 by May 24. Blanks for this purpose should be secured at
the office of the Graduate School.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Senior Lits:
Pr:grams, invitations, and announcements will be distributed from the
lobby of University Hall, Thursday and Friday afternoons, May 17 and 18,
from 1:30 p.m., to 5 p.m.f
J. Albert Hoesch.
Senior Engineers:
'T'ickets for the Senior Engineering class banquet to be held at Jo Park
crs' on Tuesday, May 22, will be on sale Thursday afternoon in the hall on
the second floor of the West Engineering building.
C. E. Robinson.
Political Scienee 292--Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of the Journal Club today at 3 o'clock, Room
2035 Angell Hall.
J. S. Reeves.
Dedication of Thiblet in Memory of The Late Professor Joseph Baker Davis:
On Saturday afternoon, May 19, at 3 o'clock, in the Engineering Quad-
raugle, will occur the exercises for the dedication of the tablet in memory of
the late Professor J. B. Davis.
Addresses: Mr.. George H. Fenkell,'95, "Professor Davis, the Engineer;"
Mr. Gardner S. Williams, '89, "Professor Davis' Service to the College of
Engineering and to the University;" Mr. Louis E. Ayres, '08, "Professor Davis
and Michigan Engineers;" Mr. George M. Ames, '85, "The Influence of Pro-
fessor Davis on the Younger Men."
Unveiling of tablet by Mr. Carleton W. Angell, the artist and designer.
Presentation of the memorial to the University by Professor Clarence T.
J ohnston.
Its acceptance for the University by Secretary Shirley W. Smith.
Louis A. Hopkins.
Saginaw Forestry Farm:
The Saginaw Forestry Farm will be open on- the following days: Fri-
day, Saturday'and Sunday of this week and every Saturday and Sunday from
then on.
). M. Matthews.

Mlgn's Glee Club:
Tickets for the Thursday Festival Concert will be issued at the rear door
of Hill Auditorium before 8 o'clock p.m. Call for Mr. Stahl.
E. V. Moore.
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MAY FSTVA
HILL AUDITORIUM
M AY --17, 18, 19
Second Concert, Thursday, May17, 8:15 O'clock
SOLOISTS
MARIE MONTANA, Soprano CHASE BAROMEO, Bass
MERLE ALCOCK, Contralto UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
TUDOR DAVIES, Tenor CHILDREN'S CHORUS
RAYMUND KOCH, Baritone CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCH.
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organist EARL V. MOORE, Conductor
P'ROGRAM
"SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI"............................Pierne
An Oratorio in a Prologue and Two Parts
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Saint FranciĀ§....... Tudor Davie's Sister Clare .....Marie Montana
The Leper The Lady Poverty..Merle Alcock
The Voice of Christ ..Birds-.........Children's Chorus
..Chase Baromeo
Friar Leon ......Raymund Koch Friends of St. Francis, Peo-
Friar Angelo p-e, etc-.....-......
Tenor Solor ........Ottis Patton ...University Choral Union
Friar Masseo .....Philip Culkin Earl V. Moore, Conductor
Third Concert, Friday, May 18, 2:30 O'clock
SOLOISTS
BENNO RABINOF, Violinist MARIE MONTANA, Soprano
Children's Festival Chorus Orchestral Accompaniment
FREDERICK STOCK and JUVA HIGBEE, Conductors
MABEL ROSS RHAD, Accompanist
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 64.
..................................................Mendel'ssohn
Benno Rabinof
Intermission
CANTATA, "The Quest of the Queer Prince" ..............Hyde
Children's Festival Chorus
VIOLIN SOLOS:
Waltz Scherzo...............Chabrier
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
LEONORA CORONA, Soprano
The University Choral Union The Chicago Symphony Orehestra
Frederick Stock, Percy Grainger (Guest), Conductors
Palmer Christian, Organist Mabel Ross Rhead, Pianist
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "Le Baruffe Chizzotte," Opus 32..........Sinigaglia
ARIAS: (a) "Casta Diva" from "Norma".................Bellini
(b) "Suicidio" from "La Gioconda"............Ponchiell
Leonora Corona
SYMPHONY 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 "Manon". ... .Puccini
(b) "Vissi d'arte" from "Tosca"................Puccini
Leonora Corona
SUITE from "L'Oiseau de Feu" ........ ..........Strawinsky
ARIA, "Adieu, forets," from "Jeanne d'Arc"...........Tchaikowsky
Leonora Corona
Fifth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 2:30 O'clock
SOLOIST
PERCY GRAINGE, Pianist CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "The Roman Carnival,' Opus 9.................Berlioz
SYMPHONY 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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Second May Festival Concert:
The Second May Festival concert will take place Thursday evening, May
17, at 8:15 o'clock, when Pierne's "St. Francis of Assisi," an oratorio in a
Prologue and Two Parts will be presented by the University Choral Union,
the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Children's Festival Chorus, and the fol-
lowing soloists:
Marie Montana, soprano, Merle Alcock, contralto, Tudor Davies, tenor,
Raymund Koch, baritone, Palmer Christian, organist, Chase Baromeo, bass,
Earl V. Moore, conductor.
The public is respectfully requested to detach from their season tickets,
and to present for admission only the individual coupons. The public is
further requested to be seated on time, as the doors will be closed during
numbers. The prologue lasts about 25 minutes during which the doors will
be closed.
Charles A. Sink.
May Festival Ushers:
All ticket takers and members of the ushering force must be in their
places tonight promptly in order that the doors may be opened at 7:30
o'clock.
NV. A. Davenport.
French Play Pictures:
Members of the cast or others wishing to secure a photo of the French

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An Opera in Four Acts
CAST
Aida ...................... ..Leone Kruse
Amneris....................Marion Telva
High Priestess .....................Thelma Lewis
Radames.............. .........................Paul Althouhe
Amonasro ......................................Marie B3asiola
Ramphis
The King................. .....................Chase Baromeo
The Messenger .....................................Frank Ryan
Priestesses, Soldiers, Ministers and Captains, the People,
Slave Prisoners...........................The Choral Union
Priests......................................University Glee Club
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Earl V. Moore, Conductor
A limited number of season tickets are still available at $5.50
each, and tickets for individual concerts at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 each, at
the UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC, Maynard Street.

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