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THE MICHIC'XAN

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1929

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1929 THE MICITTICAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

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ITAIANS OPRANO
WILL SING TONIGHT
IN CONCERT SERIES
Claudio Muzio Will be Heard in
*Hill Auditorium for First
Time Since 1918.'
IS RENOWNED IN OPERA!
Familiar with all of the grand
operas at the age of 15, Claudia
Muzio, the distinguished Italian so-
prano who will be heard tonight
in Hill auditorium on the Choral
'Union Concert Series, has lived
most of her life on the opera stage.
From the age of two, she has had
opportunities, through her father's
position as stage manager with var-
ious opera companies, to listen to
the great singers broth in rehearsal
mid performance.
Muzio made her opratic debut
ini Milan after a short period of
study in Turin, and hr sensational
success led to a Metropolitan en- r
gagement, In 1916 she made her
American debut in New York, and
was immediately proclaimed the;
"greatest Tosca since'O Ternina."
Since then she has been associated
with practically all of the great
operas of the world. She is one
of those rarely versatile singers who
can both flame in opera and charms
in concert, and her renown as a
singing actress is largy .due to the
testimony of her audiences that
her fine dramatic personality in-
evitably vitalized concert into op-
era.
Owing to conflicting egagements
and absence from. the country, Mu-
zo has not, been heard in Ann
Arbor sinice 1918 when she sang at
a May Festival con~cert. Her pro-r
gramn tonight will include several
songs by English composers and1
Verdi's famous aria "Pace Mio Dio"
CALENDARl
Decemibr l0th-14th.
Tuesday, 4:00- Senior-junior
basketball practice, at Barbour
gymnasium.
5:00- Sophomore basketbaift
°practice, Barbour gymnasium.
5:30-Alpha Gamma Sigma, at
-League Cave.
7:15-University Girls' Glee
Glub, League committee room.
7: 15-Portia, Portia room, Anl-
geb all.
7:15-Athena, Athena room,
Angell hall.
7:30--Alpha Lambda Delta,
League building.
Wednesday, 730-Black Quill,
Martha Cook, Red room.
7:30-Sigma Alpha Iota, in the
.League building.
nThursday, 4:00 -- Freshma
Basketball practice, at Barbour
gymnasium.
5:00-Board of. Rpresentativ-
s, League Committee room.
47:30-,-- Intramural Sininng
=Meet, Union Pool.
4,Friday, 4:00-6:00-League 1Uh-
Pdergraduate Party, League all
,room.
°Women students in the physical
eduation department at Ohio Wes-
leyan University, finding the field
too wet for hockey practice, joined
a group of small boys playing ".pass'
and touch," and ehib ited much
adeptness at tbe gamec, to the
great astonishilent of their skept-
cal opponents.

BARONESS WORKS AS SCULPTOR ELGIILIYDVEDR. MARGARET BELL ADVISES IMMEDIATE CARE
I OF ALL ILLNESS AS PREVENTATIVE MEASURE
... .~ L I I iJ U L~!iJ intllctual alertness onI the& p i'. slheuid thr at'.i he sftyof t e Regarding the health lecturs
!of individual students and groups ithers." thchI are gie1ec year to
f ~> al~~~~~~~~~ike should characterize the s~u Ii stresinv; thc importance oerigsuetD.elrmak
Committcc of Student Affairs atuetwr pdmc t~ rrrh;twwu rtesuet igsuetD.Bl eak
(t o leant atiuetwr pdmc n ~-ri ~ iat fte.t-ed, "It is because we hope that stu-
v, !piveLs o in h~ aejs si dc h et, D. Balr saki,. "R costs 120,- dents will exert their influence
rParticipants latt itude toward schoarship, is the 490)Oanuarlly 1o maintain the over others that we stress prven-
Sa belief of Dr. Magaret Bell. Health Service. vn the state of!
n t ~LIMIT ACTIVITY POINTS '"Duing~ epidemics" Dr. Bell; Mcian cannot afordl to pay this tive measures in these lectures."
stated recently, "each individual'; ulss it is for a project which; As an example of what preven-
(This is the first of 5seie]of r- iotid be generous enough to him-.givs suf i coet returns. , ve are means to business today,
self and to his group alike to seek "We are here to get all that welIDr. ell cited the project recently
tids rite t epl8i hec~esa~ttentioni immediately if he is ill, canl from college," D.Bell contin-
* lions of eligibility whnrihaise ini In ioe houses there is a tndency - ue. "!le work is an added bur- adopted by the Meropolitan Life
s .< ~ connection, with cxra-curricular to harbor sick patients. This is jopi-:denl upon the one who is in imper- Inuae company. This cor-
" v. activities, and to interpret, thle point a.rdizing not only one's self, bull feet Health,. but the average stu- parry decided five years ago to give
system.-Edito) IE thers as well. For this reason, the! dent as well so uld have some re- thorough examinations to pros-
- t cntutv mauewih pu liy in regard to his pective customers, and then open
pulioviiesg a ebee ma e c group could adopt would be to helth, just as does the one who is to them the advantages of advis-
frtebnitoti a establish its own health regula- not entirely wil. It ifrthsea-oyevc.Tersult as that the
the administrative offi cr of the tionrs, whereby preventive carel son that we have medical exam- amount received in payments be-
University in view or t he fact tt ould be stressed, and any patient iation, rechecks, and provide ex-I fore it was necessary to pay out
r" -ampus activties, wvhil e actually would be isolated if his condition tension service." ' money on policies increased mark-
Ibeneficial, if carried to excess bring ' edly.
A~o~~teLPre~sPIoturesults disadvantgo&t h t-F ow a
Public activities include (1) par-I Distinctive F owa
ticipation in oryaiator ical or do-~
Baroness Barbara von Kalreuth. batin~g contest, or any dintititc or
f From a castle on the edge of the Black Forest in Gemany, Baroness musical exhibiti on; (2) service now
von Kalkreuth has come to New York to earn her way as a sculptor a student pbiain (3) holding ALE dif
She is shown with some of her recent work.aclsorpbiton
a clas oruniversity office; (4 of-[
--__ . - -- - - -- - - - . ficial connection with any of the SL0
- - - - se-called college functions, such as !
TO EDO LUM AE te J-opPan-Hllenic ball, J-
II(r lT L D L M A or Girls' Play, and similar activi- -
ME TA E G E Ties s list is not intended to be 1 *4 5
TnVO O T~ IWomen of the Tledo Alumnae exharastie but scoeey ndceth e -tvi
IPTa M R L M E eeigStra n r taipti o s o beiterperedIf you have asmall foot and
organized Houses May Enter, bor in the League building. Eigh- any specific Dpreparation for oppo-I r t nitydou a vebn aiC h , ISt
Two Swimmers in Each Event !teen memfbers or the group were li activity, or the nanagemrent opotnto hvIenvat
present. After a luncheon they thereof. I
ofAna otswr hw hog h ege Before any work n anry campus ing fors . Murphy is closing out s
Ever~~y -- - 1iibildin~g an~d expresed themselves activity may be startedl,;a list ofanu ero pisofs llies t
Eeyorganized house on thle as very pleased with it. At the all those who areC to partici(pate in u brofpisolmalszsa
campus is entitled to enter two !meigte ciddt aebc the enterprise must be submiitted to, this low price. Reduced from-
members in each event of the .i0no-hedck fIihia play- the Commuittee on ,d it Affairs.
tramural swimming meet to be held!igcad ad5to"hepctr Woniei do this by ,subnPI ting their $5.00.'f,
at the Union pool Thursday eve- maps of Ann Arbor to sell for the lists at the alies of the Adviers of
ning, December 12. Four entrants Unrdergraduate Campaign Fund. ioc.r,
from each house may participate'I- T --------- --- - It is absolutely lt-ccsry that iI
in the relay. l~~i~ist three we eks. Miss G race t hese it-b ibilie eoe[e7
The events are side-stroke,,, 25 Brauningcr of the physical educa- infc vitlls egun ii r d e r that
yards, free style 25 yards, breast tion department has coached ll chane. ifter oki n;ooel was no lie 't .''
stroke, 25 yards, elementary back- swimrsyowse situiei ae fe oki me a.Fr
stroke, 25 yards, .diving, and a 100 'their strokes, and has timed them this reason Junior Grs' Play com-
yard relay, to enable each house to choose miitecs and any otheirs wihwl
Practices for the meet have been1 thos e best qualified Ito enter the serve in the near future moust be Nickels A cd
held every Tuesday and Thursday I ineet. The last such practice will handed in now for checking. -___________________________________________
evening at the Union pool for the be held this evening. - -ar-- - - - - - -~-

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