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TtMSIAY, MAY 14, 1926

T HE MICHIGAN DAI.Y

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FOR iIO OF LIKE~
PROCESSION IS GREATEST O1
SICHIGAN WOMEN'S
TRADITIONS
SENIORS TO HEAD MARCH
Participants Will Form Next T
Gate On Hospital Side Of
Observatory Street
All undergraduate women are
urged. to read carefully the. direc-
tions for thWe line of march in the
Lantern,ght procession to be held
at 7:30 t bIghtat Palmer Field.
. Senior' -will form four abreast
Snext he gate on the lospita
SSide or Obseratory str 4' =On the
signal te. will desceii ,,i h roped
bathto te foot of the hill, and will
march straight ahead to the for-
ward line. At one whistle, they are
to turn right and left in pairs and
go back under the Junior arches,
. Mhen come back down the center
a gain in fours. On two and three
° whistles, the Juniors, Sophomores,
and Pr shmen will make changes.
At one whistle again the seniors
will come forward, separate in
pairs and go right and left around
~ the outside of the Sophomore and
Freshmen lines, coming down in-
side the double Junior lines. They
will then pass their lanterns to the
.Juniors.
. The Juniors will form four
abreast facing the Senior line. They
will then follow the Seniors to the
1 foot of the hill keeping well in
' back of them. At the foot of the
hill, they will separate in pairs and
follow the marked diagonals, then
straight ahead to the forward line.
They will come forward at three
whistles, turn outwards, march to
the end. lines and come up between
. the Sophomore lines, leaving the
4oops with them. ,They will then
tUrg down the diagonal markings,
foning the "V" part of the "M."
The Seniors will come between the
Jtinior ,lines and will pass the lan-
terna, to them. At two whistles, the
back line of Juniors will turn about
fae and march with the lanterns
down the outside of the Sophomore
and Freshman lines to the front.
The Sophomores will line up be-
hind, the Senior line and follow the
.Juniors i The marh to the foot of
,the' hill. At the bottom, they will
;t turn diagonally left to the mark-
" ers and march forward. At two
whistles the two center columns,
numbered 2 and 3, will turn right,
across the front and turning again,
go down the center of the two re-
mnaining Freshman lines. They are
then to about face.
.Freshmen will form in the line
behind the Juniors and follow the
'li ophomores down the hill, turning
9to the. right at the foot, follwing
the diagonal, and proceeding for-
ward. On two whistles columns 2
and 3 will about face and march
straight across the back, and turn
down on either side of the two
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'BASEBALL TEAMS !'MARION TELVA'S r,
ARE ANNOUNCEDU" SUCCESS IN
Women's Athletic Association Andc Genuine native ability combined
Baseball Banquet To Be;with characteristic American qual-
Held May 22 - 1Iities of ambition, pluck, and re-
Woman's Athletic Association To sourcefulness has carried Marion
Class teams have ben picked for Entertain Visitors At ;Telva, prima donna contralto who
the coming interclass tournament' Campus Movie will appear at Hill auditorium dur-
According to Helen Wilson. '30, ing the May Festival, far on the'
baseball manager, the game sched-OIRLS REGISTER TODAY road to artistic success.
ule will be announced soon. The ITelva as a young girl loved to
line-ups have been definitely de- sing and at the age of 14 the dis-
lided on A campus movie will be an inter- covery that she possessed a "voice"
Freshmen- Sophomores_ esting feature of the open meeting much above the average greatly'
La Rowe.......P........Wilsonat the High School Sports Confer- surprised her family. Then began
Birdzell.......C.........Quarryence today to be held from 1:30 to a systematic course in voice train-
Koch .........F......Whitney 3:00 oilock in the lounge room of ing and the young Telva became a
Hershey......SB........Moore the Women's Athletic Building. favorite in local church and con-
Paddock......TB.......Shafer More than 150 high school girls, W. cert activities. Her St. Louis operatic
Gardner. .SS.WoodA. A. members, and physical educa- debut came as a soloist with the
D. Elsworth............Crookstion faculty members are expected St. Louis Symphony orchestra
D..oh....RF........ Crtiksjto attend the program of meetings' where she was at once pro-
M. Elsworth .... LF........Locke' which will be a part of the two, I claimed as an artist of extraor-
days conference. dary promise.
Juniors-. Seniors- The conference has been sponsor-
M. Cassidy.....P.........Miller ed for the last two years by the Tennis Champion Is
M. Stahl ... C .. Levine' Womens' Athletic Association for
OhlsonTrast the purpose of acquainting high Presented At Court
G. oan Strasserischool girls with the activities of
G. Smith ...TB....... Conrad !Women at the University of Mich- Miss Helen Wills, British, French,
D. Marshick ....SS........... Lyons igan. The representatives, which and American women's tennis
Wilson.........LF......Hortwig are invited from 200high schools champion has attained to a new
F. Sackett. ..;. .CF .. ..... ... Volz in the vicinity of Ann Arbor, arcehminhsatiedt e
F aKutchinski .. RF......Szither selected on the basis of scholar- distinction. On May 9. she was
On May 22 there will be a base- ship, leadership,, and interest in presented at court in the Bucking-
ball banquet and installation of athletics and are members of the! ham Palace. This was the first
new W. A. A. officers. Those who junior and senior classes of their royal court of the season, and also
wish to go will please sign up on respective high schools. the first court at which a Queen
the papers posted at the field house. The program for the conference has been present without a King
has been carefully planned so that since the days of Queen Victoria.
itay nbeas intersngas possible~ The Prince of Wales was there to
Sophomnore Circus Is , and enable the girls to see thei officiate at the function in place
Jopportunities which the University of his father.
Urged By Committee offers to women interested in phy- fein to ti
sicaleducation. Referring to the presentation
I Today the girls will register and Miss Wills said, "Everything was
That the Sophomore circus be be assigned therdormitory or soror- managed so well one felt always at
held another year was the recomi-ity at which they will stay during ease. The whole scene was so col-
heaid mderby the 'mi, their visit. After luncheon at the: orful. I shall never forget it." Miss
headed by Dorothy Mapel, '30, to il osteewl eatesr
consider the advisability of con- eldhousethere will be a treasure Harriet Walker, Chicago, was pre-
tinning the circus in the future. hunt with Michigan banners for sented with Miss Wills. I
Though the circus seems to have the winners and punch and wafers
been outgrownsas a tradition, it i for everyone. The girls will be staff, and Dr. Bell will also give
felt that the sohomore women divided into groups, similar to the short talks.
need some project that will bring groups during Freshman Week, and At the luncheon today, Betty
them together. Since the Sopho- a l group meetings will be held both Smither, '29, will speak for the
more spread i not to be held next oday and tomorrow. Womens' Athletic Association, Mar-
yer adhe otte he ext The girls will be the guests of ' garet Bush, '30, for the Womens'
mended that the circus be gien at he sororities and dormitories at League, and Miss Laurie Campbell
least one more year I which they are staying for the pic- Ifor the Department of Physical
les oneore earn t nic supper at Lantern Night and Education.
This recommendation is not final, 'the Pageant tonight.1 The girls from the Ann Arbor
however, in determining the ques- A Pay-day will feature in the high schools have agreed to coop-
tion, for it will be left to the vote
t he ophomore wen o the morning, with the high school girls crate with the Womens' Athletic
of the sophomore women of the' Ithemselves taking an active part. Association in making the confer-I
class of 132 to decide it next fall. At the luncheon to be held in the ence a success.
Cooperation in putting on the cir- League Marjorie Davispresident of
cus this last fall was distinctly the athletic club of the University UNIVERSITY OFINDIANA. --
lacking and was the reason for High School, will give a welcoming UMortar Board membEersI Ia Achosen
questioning the success of future toast'to the guests and one of the' 0 freshmen girls whom they be-
attempts. isitng delegates will respond. Miss lieve worthy of recognition as out-
Sophomore lines to the front. On Halsey, of the physical education standing on campus.
twn whistles again the inside lines -°

4ATIVE ABILITY HAS WON RAPID
OPERATIC FIELD AS A PRIMA DONNA
It was Schumann-Heink who signed ocntract to sing leadin
encouraged Marion Telva to seek Icontralto rolesn m the New Ynr

her musical fame outside of the
boundaries of her native city. The
problem of raising money for this,
further education was a vital one.
Hitherto Miss Telva had taken her
singing lessons early in the morn-
ing before starting out for the
usual business woman's day in
town. With the realization that
concert work would demand a con-
centration of time and energy the
young contralto carried to a suc-
cessful issue her own benefit recital
and with the proceeds traveled to
New York where she worked unaid-
ed toward the ultimate musical
success which she has recently
enjoyed.
Within eighteen months after
leaving home Marion Telva held aj

Metropolitan, making her debut
there in "Manon Lescaut." Follow-
ing this engagement a summer's
coaching in Europe under Anton
von Fuche gave a new depth and
light to the operatic scores which,
the young contralto has since in-
cluded in her repertoire.
Silva Masters Languages
Marion Telva's signal mastery of
the diction of four languages-
English, French, German, and
Italian lends greatly to the en-
chantment one experiences in
hearing her sing. Combined with
this factulty for language is a rich
contralto voice of wide range,
which adds to Madame Telva's
popularity in concert as well as
opera.1

Alpha Omicron Pi Twirler Nicked
For Homer and Nine Hits
In Second Inning
ThREE TO BE ELECTED
Sigma Kappa defeated the Alpha
Omisron Pi nine 9-4 in an intra-
mural tournament game yesterday
afternoon. Other games scheduled
for yesterday were defaulted,- Col-
legiate Sorosis defaulting to Sigma.
Kappa, Chi Omega to Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, and Pi Beta Phi to.Alpha
Epsilon Phi. This leaves only two
games to be played off Wednesday
before the final series begins.
Accurate. hitting on the part of
the winners marked yesterday's
game. After a scoreless inning and
a-half. Sigma Kappa went------

MODERN BRICK LIBRARY OCCUPIES

SITE OF ORIGINAL STONE BUILDING w AhalW S n g'Kant newnt n run
A)IIL~ t UIIi~IIV L A)I (J1Yz~ L UILLbV . atin gspe that netted nine runs
on ten hits, one of them a terrific
Just ten years ago on the very quests. smash by Moore far out into left
site of our present $615,000 new, There are quite a few special col-.field for a homer, the only one of
business-like, brick library- stood lections besides the University 330 the game. With nine runs in and
an old grey stone building which editions o; the collected works, and none out, three successive batters
had served as "lib" and study hall a number of rarities in texts and 'fanned. With a nine point lead
for students here on campus since' critical material and is made up of against them Alpha Omicron Pi
1883. The new building even in- some 7,000 volumes. Along the line came to- bat determined to score.
eludes the original and second of English_ literature, there is the They manufactured four runs out
stack rooms of the old. The old Samuel A. Jones Carlyle Collection of nine hits, leaving the final score
Library was dedicated on Decem- j'of 600 items, the Tennyson Collec- 9-4 against them.
ber 12, 1883. and the new building tion, and the Collection of Gift-
of which Albert Kahn was the books and Annuals.
architect on January 7, 1920. Other valuable collections are the MrS. Grace G. Reeves
An attempt is made to gather Parsons Library of Political and Visiting In Ann Arbor
complete files of official and stu- Social Economy of 6,000 volumes,
dent publications and ,writings of the Morris Library of Philosophy,;Mrs.GraceG we
faculty and alumni, and to pre- the Goethe Library of 1,100 vol- visiting inA Greenwood Reeves is
serve programs, photographs, and umes, and the Stearns Collection tir Reevesasbormr he
all material of interest in the his- of Music. . . yth
tory of the University for past Social. Director of Martha cook
reference and future use of Mich- o building. Many social functions
iegan students both graduates and W. A. A. jackets to be worn are planned in her' honor, one of
nder tes ograduates aIby members . in the Lantern ; the largest being a reception in the
d maintain the Library thes. Night procession tonight have { Assembly Hall of the League build-
Board of Regents annually make arrived, and will be distributed I ing . this afternoon. The reception
Bard ofprRerntannuallyre u- from 1 to 3 o'clock today 1is being given by Mrs. Van Winkler.
an appropriation forhservice, .sup- -in the W. A. A. office in the Mrs. Edson Sunderland, and Mrs.
plies, and the purchase , of books League building. Women pro- 1 W. D. Henderson. Those who are
and periodicals. A small income is curing jackets should bring C invited are the very special friends
also afforded by the interest on their money with them when I of Mrs. Reeves and others who
three gift funds: The. Coyle, Ford- they come. Iwould ejymeighr bu
Messer, and Octavia Bates be-'th c e- wo40d enjoy meeting her. About
0o 400 mnvitations have been issued.

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of Freshmen will about face and
march down the "V."
It is hoped that every under-
graduate woman will participate :n
the procession, which is the
greatest of all Michigan traditions
for- women. In case of rain, the
ceremonies will be held at the same
time tomorrow night.
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER. -
Four women on the University of
Denver faculty wear the key of Phi
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MAY FESTIVAL
4 Days .- MAY 22,239,24, 25,1929 a-'*6concerts.
HILL AUDITORIUM - ANN ARBOR
EARL V. MOORE Musical Director
FREDERICK STOCK Orchestral Conductor
ERIC DELAMARTER Guest Conductor
JUVA HIGBEE Children's Conductor
Edith Mason Soprano
Chicago Civic Opera Company
Jeannette Vreeland Soprano
Distinguished American Artik
Sophie Braslau Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company
Marion Telva Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company
Richard Crooks Tenor
Premier American Concert Artist
Paul Althouse Tenor
Metropolitan Opera Company
Lawrence Tibbett Baritone
Metropolitan Opera Company
Richard Bonelli Baritone
Chicago Civic Opera Company
Barre Hill Baritone
Chicago Civic Opera Company
William Gustafson Bass
Metropolitan Opera Company
Josef Hofmann Pianist4
Polish Virtuoso
Efrem Zimlaist Violinist
Hungarian Master
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The University Choral Union
Children's Festival Chorus
Samson and -Delilah Saint Saens
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