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WEDSDAMARCH 26;, 1930 TH E MICHI GA N-DAI LY
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TO SING DURING
OE 90 UUWOMEN COMING FESTIVAL
EXPRESS OPINIONS'
*ABOUT PROHIBITION3
Second Day Shows Decrease by
214 Votes in Number Who
Cast Ballots. -
LITERARY COLLEGE LEADS 1 r

FESTIVAL ARTIST
S-HAS UNIQUE LiFE,
Dusolina Giannini, an American,
Has Rapid Rise to Fame
as Concert Singer.
MADE DEBUT IN AIDA'
The concert hall may acquiesce
in the "veteran-singers" dragging'
their chain of declining powers; it
may enjoy the established singers:
ever-repeating their wonted vir-
tues. But it glorifies in a young
voice--a voice in its prime plowing
with impetuosity and temperamen-
tal ardor. Since the thrilling dis-
covery of her in 1923, Dusolina Gi-;

Miss Alice Lloyd
of Gathering

Approves Way
Opinion of

tuden t Body.
Nine hundred and ten women
have voted in the campus prohibi-
tion poll held by The Daily on
Monday and Tuesday of this week. I

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EITIOT9 I9IMichigan Alumna Speaks About European Tour
at Meeting of Academy of Sciences and Arts
Dr. Mary L. Hinsdale, who receiv- countries that called forth greet-
ed her degree from the University ings to the convention from Dr.
of Michigan in 1912, was among Fridjob Nassen, Premier Ramsayi
a the visitors to attend the meeting MacDonald, and other persons
Jane Robinson State Stree the Michigan Academy of Sci- promine'nt in government and
Star Adds Novel Features S do-world institutions," said Dr. Hins-
rnce. She made one of the ad- dale. "One hundred fifty American
to Glee Club Program. dresses in the history and political women attended the international
science section and took part in meeting. "This convention," Dr.
FAMILIAR SONGS GIVEN the discussion that was held for, Hinsdale stated, "seemed to me a
---that section. great demonstration of the fact
Within three days after the jun- Miss Hinsdale is one of the that the highly educated women of
ior women gave their last presenta- daughters of the late Prof. B. A. every country may become part of
tion of the 1930 production, "Hen- !Hinsdale who was several years a influences that are reaching around
professor of the Science and Art the- world."
ry" had been impersonated. Jane of Teaching, and a prominent his- Miss Hinsdale is very active in
Robinson, '31, who played the part torian. She is the niece of Dr. W. the attempt to educate Americans
of the practical, little, bondsales- B. Hinsdale. to international ideas. She came
man in "State Street" entertained Educators Invited to Prague. to Ann Arbor, a year ago, as di-
When asked for an interview, rector of several groups of dele-
members of the Michigan Dames on Miss Hinsdale said that she knew gates to the model assembly of the
a program with the University Girls nothing more interesting than the League of Nations
Glee club Monday night. events of her trip to Europe last
Songs from former junior girls' summer, as one of a small party of Chamber Music Society
plays, the Michigan Union operas, educators invited to Prague bytheA k f P b
Ministry of Education of Czecho- ;ss o POicfpinion
and Michigan songs were on the slovakia. "I was greatly impressed
program which was given by the !with the newness of life in central In order to determine the num-
University Girls' Glee club, and in- Europe," she said. ber of people interested in the con-
cluded "Eight 'Till Eight," "Years "It was very touching to note the tinuance of chamber music con-
at Michigan," "Michigan Memor- reverence paid to the memory of certs, cards were distributed among
iJohn Amos Comenius, or Komensky,
ies,' "When Night Falls, Dear," and ' Bohemia's great contributor to ed- the audience in the Lydia Mendels-
"Yellow and Blue." A piano solo ucation," she continued. "His peo- sohn theatre Monday night before
and reading by Olive Strohmeyer, ple. at present are trying to locate the program by the Elspuco trio.
' his tomb in the Netherlands in Those who did not attend the
'31, concluded the program. ;order to bury his ashes in his na- concert Monday night can obtain
_ __tive land, from which he was an cards at either the School of Music
No®tices exile for religious reasons or the main desk in the League
Women who took part in th Name School for Komensky building. These cards, which re-
Junio Girl' Py mut cl fe 1"Besides having the oldest uni- quest the number of tickets the
Junior Girls Play must call for versity in central Europe, founded signer will wish for the coming zea-
Lydia esndelongngshenate y in 1347, Czechoslovakia has two un- son, are in no way binding, and
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre by iversities that were founded after tickets can be bought next fall
Wednesday. Anythig left will the World War. One of these is without having made out a card.
be disposed of, named for Komensky and the other The Chamber Music society of
Photographs of the Junior for Masariyk, President of Czecho- Ann Arbor, formerly the Amateur
Girls' Play taken on the stage ! slovakia," Dr. Hinsdale continued. Musicale, has sponsored the series
are available by signing up in Dr. Hinsdale went from Prague of concerts this year which have in-
a able m signing up into Geneva, where she remained eluded the Barrere Ensemble, the

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Yesterday's resurts showed a de- , . annini, who is to appear here dur-
crease of 214 votes under those of ing the May Festival, has been such
the day before. A total of 398 1usohma Giannini, an artist. Everywhere she has been
ballots were cast yesterday, which, E Noted soprano, who will make enthusiastically received for the
combined 'with the 512 of the day her first appearance in Ann Arbor delightful experience that only the
before, make a grand total of 910 during the coming May Festival combination of matured art and
women who expressed their opin- season. youthfulness of attitude can af-
ions on this question. -------- ford.
Miss Alice Lloyd, one of the Ad- TT Dusolina Giannini is one of those
visors of Women, expressed her en- LOartists whose story is dramatic--
tire approval of this method off -hul the story of an unexpectedly won
gathering student opinion. She triumph and then spirited main-I
went on to'say that the subject was tenance of her right to esteem. The:
of particular interest at thepres- ; debut of this young artiste was
ent time since the question of the! made in 1923, as a last minute sub-
repeal of the prohibition law has Gw A stitute for a suddenly indisposed
so recently been brought before the G olf, Rifiry, Bowling, Archery,stuefoasdenyiipsd
? artist, she stepped before her first
country. "I am especially anxious," and Fencing Matches audience at a Schola Cantorum I
she further stated, "to compare the Are Scheduled. IConcert in Carnegie Hall.
opinions of the faculty with that __-- The triumphant success of that
of the students in regard to this Events for the women's athletic appearance and the- enthusiasm it
subject." meet, scheduled for 7:30 o'clock, on e v o k e d produced i m m e d i a t e
The Literary School again led Thursday evenin at Pa chances for solo work in recital
the others in yesterday's poll with since then she has been ranked
470 votes, with the others showing , ouse, have been announced. For nd confirmed as among the best !
increases. The Law School polled golfers, there will be driver, mnashie, of the -younger singers because all!
4, Medicine, 20, Dentistry 2, and 'and mid-iron competitions. Girls of her early promise has been
Engineering arnd Architecture, 4 are expected to supply their own maintained, enlarged and enrich-
votes, clubs and balls. A one card rifle ed.
competition, of ten shots will be In. later years Miss Giannini has
Noted Cellist Lauds held. Two strings will be bowled by spent a good deal of her time in
bo wl-Europe. Her Berlin debut in Aida
Sincere Appreciation jIeach individual entering the bowl- called forth the entirely unprece-
of American People ing contest, and thirty six arrows dented number of thirty-six cur-
"will be allowed for each archer. tain calls. Last year alone she
chamber music much more than doPlans for the fencing matches have made seventy-five appearances in
European audiences," according to not yet been completed. Germany, Hungary, Austria, and
Willem Willeke, 'cellist of the El- The high point individual scorer I England. New York has enjoyed
shuco Trio, which gave a concert in each event will be awarded a listening to the accounts of the
early in the week in the Lydia Men- cup. First place in an event will roared applause abroad; because in
delssohn theatre. Mr. Willeke, who i secure 25 points for the winner, the case of Miss Giannini New
has appeared before audiences in 'second place 15 points, and third J York's response was ,immediate
leading European cities and in. the place, 10 points. Five points, will, and correct. Europe has only
United States from San Francisco !,also be awarded each house, for I agreed with New York's perception
to New York, is recognized by them each event entered, twenty five of her . artistry. Her first appear-
as a virtuoso artist in the concert points being the maximum obtain- ance in Ann Arbor in the Festival
field. He stated definitely that his able for one house. will be an occasion of enthusiastic
praise was not flattery, but a sin- No preliminary entrance is re- interest from those who have read
cere compliment justified by ac- quired, and every one who is inter- of ner.
quaintance with both groups. ested should come out.
"American audiences show great- The Indiana League of Women
er education in a more intelligent Fraternities and sororities on the Voters at the close of the eleventh
reception of comparatively modern I campus of the University of Wash- annual convention at Indianapolis
music than people in Europe. The ington are busy drinking all the . voted in favor of a constitutional
ability of the former to abruptly orange juice. they can lay their ! convention to frame a new consti-
switch their appreciation of the old hands on, in the hope of winning tut.on for the state of Indiana.
classics of Beethoven and Brahms 1 a new radio. Each glass of orange The league's resolutions provided
to compositions of the later com- juice that disappears down the that the organization "work for a
posers, Wagner, Berlioz, and their throat of a fraternity man or wo- I constitutional convention, provided
contemporaries, is indicative of pro- man counts as one vote. The house that a satisfactory central organi-
gress," continued Mr. Willeke. with the highest number of votes ;ation is perfected to promote in-
Mr. Willeke founded the Elshuco wins the new Atwater-Kent radio ; terest in the referendum and to
Trio in 1917 just after the retire- offered by the Honey Dew shop. safeguard the convention if called."
ment of the, famous Kneisel Quar- ----- ------ ----- -----. - - - -_______11111i - _______
tet in which he played for ten years. ...
The trio was named in honor of
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Coolidge of Pitts-
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