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T H E' M I C 14"1 A N

D A I LY

FRIDAY. APRIL 5; 19219

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THE MICI-VIGAN DAILY I~ThDAY, APRIL 5; 1929

Napoli Announces Elaborate Plans For
Second I Circolo Italiano Musicale
Elaborate preparations are under veals masterly Italian vowel and
J01, T IN YEAR P A N
way for the second annual Italian, consonant pronounciation.
musicale to be presented by Il Cir- Leonard Falcone has volunteer-
Intend To Provide Scholarships In colo Italiano the first Wednesday ed to come here from Lansing in
S c h o o l Of B u s i n e s s after vacation in the Morris Hall order to play in his brother's or-
Administration broadcasting studio, it was an- chestra and to present two trom-
pounced yesterday by Anton Na-i bone solos, "O Sole Mio," and
PATTERSON LEADS DRIVE poli, of the Romance languages de- Leoncavallo's "Mattinata." Mr.
1partment, faculty sponsor of the 1 Falcone is rather well known to
Following the example set by club. Ann Arbor music lovers from pre-
three other alumni clubs, the Nicholas Falcone has agreed to vious appearance here.
University of Michigan club of organize an orchestra of 15 pieces Otis Orra Patton, who has agreed
Pittsburgh has announced its part to render operatic selections and to. sing a group of operatic selec-
in the Ten Year Program as the furnish accompaniment for some !tions, the names of which have not
result of two sessions in one day f of the soloists, it was announced. yet been announced, appeared re-
during which the project was se- I This orchestra will include not only cently as soloist in one of the. May
lected at noon, approved by the! the usual violins and viols, but is well known here.
entire membership at night, and other stringed instruments and Festival concert series. He also
then started wih the raising of representatives of other harmonic Admission to the concert wil be
fifty per cent of the minimum goal sections, including other strings, free to students, faculy members,
at the same night meeting. brasses, percussion, and wood- and all others interested. Small
This record for speed and winds. t children unaccompanied by adults
achievement has resulted in af Thus the orchestra which will will not be admitted, it has been
project which will provide several play at the free concert will include announced. Since only a limited
scholarships for students in the practically all the sections neces- number of programs are to be
School of Business Administration. sary for a complete symphony, it printed, people who contemplat
The club plans to raise a minimum was reported. The personnel of attending are advised by officials
fund of $20,000 for this plan and the orchestra is said to consist ex- in charge to clip for their .own use
has appointed Harry H. Patterson, clusively of expert musicians and the program which appeared Inq
'94L, chairman of the campaign with Mr. Falcone conducting, a yesterday's Daily.
committee to secure the funds. finished performance is assured,
Only one restriction will be according to Mr. Napoli.
placed on the gift which is to be C Broadcasting of the concert is IGerman Reparations
presented to the Universiy at the contemplated, but no arrange-
conclusion of the Ten Year Pro- ments have been completed as yet. Group Meets Today
gram in 1937. It is probable that "We feel that the public hears so'
the club will ask the awards to be .much music that is jazz pure and (By Associated Press)
presented to students enrolling simple that it will welcome an op- PARIS, April 4.-The German
from western Pennsylvania where portunity to. listen to music which, delegates and representatives of the
it is at all possible. However, Act- though partly of popular nature, is Chief Reparations Creditors will
ing Dean C. E. Griffin of the School essentially more truly music," said meet tomorrow in a private confer-
of Business Administration has Mr. Napoli-. ence to confront their respective
already approved of the gift and i Miss Thelma Lewis, soprano, and positions on the reparations pro-
announced that the restriction is ITheodore Harrison, baritone, will blem.
entirely fair and proper. From the present a group of duets, as listed A full session of the experts com-
time that the fund is turned over in the Music and Drama column! mittee today which, after reflec-
to the University in the year of yesterday. Miss Lewis and Mr. tions over the Easter holidays, was
the Centennial celebration there Harrison have had considerable expected -to produce some tangible
will be no interference with the broadcasting experience both in results, made public only this one
award and the investing of the Ann Arbor and Detroit, and are decision.
principle and the awarding of the reputed to be the possessors of an I
scholarships will be left entirely to exceptionally fine pair of voices,
the University, it was announced. which blend well in duet.
According to Dean Griffin, the Benjamin Z. N. Ing, tenor, who will Detroit Theaters
gift will be very useful in taking sing two solos, is a Chinese stu-
care of excellent students who dent enrolled here as a special stu-__
come to school expecting to stay dent in the School of Engineering,
here only four years and who and is in addition taking a umber
finally decide to take the two year of courses in the School of Music. SHUBERT
business administration course He has a pleasant tenor voice, ac- ONE WEEK ONLY
after finishing three years of gen- cording to Napoli, and his pro- The World Renowned
eral collegiate instruction. nunciation of the Italian lyrics re D'OYLY CARTE
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