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TRIBiUTEi LISTS
TO BCESTUDIED1
Prof. Alen B. West, of the clas-
sics department. at the University
of. Cincinnati, will be in* Ann Ar-
bor until Monday to confer withl
Pr~of. Benjamin' D. Wveritt, of the,
Latin and Greek department, con-'
cerning the 4'Athenian tribute
lists;" 'a subject on which the men
havebeen colaorating since 1925.
One result of the combined ef-
f ots of th~e p'ofesors 0 the estab-
lishment, of a text~ of inscriptions.l
~'his .text, together with coinmen-?
tiaries, wil appear in the "Suppli-
,nenttini;Epigraphicum Graecum,"s
an international journ~2al sedition to
be lpiblished in Eoliaifc this spring.'
Of the twelve students who werel
hon'ored with Phi Beta Kappa keys
at the ljiiversity~ of Cincinnati,
:hive were wrolen.

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Michigan: "gappy Days," .god
revue entiertainnent with George fL,!d&8 &
Olsen, a fortner Michigan student,
waving the bat~on. B3+.
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with Mr. Rogers and Miss Arthur. NW
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J. ALBERT . , A-}ixt 4en~fl &F£
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conductors cn.a ed, trhe aliz ,,s 'wzh icJ5WI
ticipaIte, the w s whioh are C46 Agve~ n j~e e-
nrot surpassed by auivy'of"
artisic sries f cocg ihaeyp c p Ct ar4
tob t it:nis o ne ~ ras d Cie~ osr of a~tys
thatnzats g~e o teate vei~ xe tf~ f "" C s
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which as a xesul r rrg ,t e atdie CCiii ~e jc
of nation}l events."
NRG! 1k, cl. Western ya rgr, u 1
AmnericaChicago: "og Is oj? bg
in 'the country and I acut 'hipy to reedb' ut .rt.
L. E. BEHYM~sR, Manager Thc Philharmonic
Courses, Los Angeles, Calif: "I must congratulate you
upon your quartet of director and conductors. It is a
tremendous undertaking and the' tire ig msical nux-
bers that you are presenting require ability, finesse and
a super-knowledge' of music.
LIEO C. MILLER, Director Miller Studios, St. Louise
Missouri: "You have made' an excellent choice of
soloists, and I am delighted to see the list of choral
works you have chosen."
ADOLF WEIDIG, American Conservatory of Music,
Chicago, ,Illinois: "Such an array of participating
artists-the best in the laud!. And such choral' orksf,,'
RUTH HALLE~R OTTAWAY, President, The Na-
tional 1Pederaton of Music Clubs, Port 'Hron: "Your
roster of Atists is a brilliant onie. Many will atteid
the Festival to hear the exquisite voice of Claire Dux.
We are especially pleased to note the presence of
Kathryn Meisle, who, some years ago, was the choice
for the first place in the entire country in our Na.
tional Federation of Music Clubs Young Artists' Con-
tests.,'
0. M. SWARTHOUT, Dean, School of Fne Arts,
Lawrence, KYanss: "I doubt whthr it can ,be e~cll d
*anywhere in the country. Such a program deserves
a sellout.' May it have the success it richly deserves."
SELBY OPPENHEIMER, Concert Manager, San
*Francisco: "I cannot refrain from cngrauating yu
-oni the splendi4-setion you hve agrn.mde. ASI
have expressed to you befare,*ith Ann Arbor FStivaL
is undoubtedly the foremost of its kind in America."
HERBERT .m. JOHiNSON, Maager Chic o Civic
Opera Company: " This is certainly a very fide repre-
sentative list, better than anthing that I have seen
in a long time, and I ami sure th audiences will be
entirely pleased with their wrk."
PAUL, J. WEAVER, Cornell University, Ithaca, New
York: "The Ann Arbor May festival is a high light
in the American music season. I feel" tat' you 'are
outdoing yourself in the "speidid program which you
have under way"
MRS. EDGAR STILLMAN KELLY, Fr.cideit
National Federation of Music Cub, Oxford, O0hio:
"My congratulations upon th :fact "that you have been
able to secure so long a list of great artists for your
forthcoming May Festival in Ann Arbor."
OSCAR Cv CRESS, President, Grand Rapids Cn
servatory of Music: "1 wish, to say that I thik i a
splendid representation of talent with a spi-Miilhg of
new-corners among many' of the old favorites."
PETER W. DYK(EMVA, Profesor of Music Education,
Columbia University: '"The list' of artists and organ-
izations participating in the 19)Q May festival at Ann
Arbor, together with the excellent choral wks'seleced
are abundant evidence thiat 'the~ high stndards of pre-
ceding years are' being adequately mnzintjind."
LOUIS ECKSTEJN, President, The Ravinia Opera
Company, Chicago: "It is gatifyirg to know that great
educational institutions like the University of Michigan
are making provision for cultual advancement. Your
list of artists is admirable, and whei' thse are taken
into accoun't, together with the fact that you ''are pr-
senting the Chicago Symphony Orchstra, under' he
baton of Dr. lFrderick Stock, which is one of the
greatest symphonic bodies the world Jknows today, I
fully believe .that your program will _be outstanding
among the festivals of America."
ROY DICKINISON WELCH, Chairman, Department
of Music, Smith Colege, Norhampton, Massachusetts:
"It is a most distinguished list' of artists tha~t you an-
nounce for the Annual -May Festial."
J. N. WEBER, President, Americani Federa%,i of
Musicians, New York: "It is with great pleasure that
I have reviewed the list of artists foi the May Festival.
I desire to compliment you for the ecellence of yur
selection and the value of your Intensivg aciity' in
the interest of Musical Art."

RUSSiELL V. MORGAN, Directing Supervisor, De-
pirtrnent of Music, Cleveland, Ohio: "The May.Fes-
tival' at Ann Arbor is one of the outstanding :musical
events of America. It seems almost' im'po,#ible "that
such a ' large group of outstanding music 'perform~ers
can be gathc-ed together to participate in one week's
offering of the .finest thiings in music."
HOWARD H.AN$O)N, Director of Music, Eastnian1
School of Music, ,Rtochester, .Ncw 'York. "You are cer-
tainly to be congratulated most heartily qn the program
outlinied, both in regard to workds to'be' presented+ and
inz choice' of soloists. The May Festival ';fully deserves
its reputation as one of the mnost notable anid importanut
'festivals in thc country."

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II ' flOWSKI, Chicago: "You have succeeded
hi sheppig notably, brilliant array. I am impressed,
tog, yth rate worth and interest of the gtreat choral
W9{Cs iwxic' ou ropose to interpret with your fine
e us pi4n h Chicago Symphony Orchestra. They
wo rxing teat triumphs in, their train"
44 ~.AINE, Director, National Bureau for
¢ nc n of Music, New York: "We congratu
le ygu u i~on your rogram for the Thirty-Seventh
4uil M~yfestival of the University of Michigan,
lv is i'we are suire will be a helpful stimulus to fine
t IRW }n 1rF community. Your list of artists is most
C 2I ~Nj BOYD, Director Pittsburgh Musical
}hsif tc, itsur gh: "It would be hard 'to gt a finer
[x" t 9' raainsi The works chosen for 'Performance,
?F tiltyfr Choral Union, the Chicago Orchestr,
. n4 tcd? 5list of soloists should be an irresistible cor-
SKELLER, State Supervisor of Music,
Colu US ohio: "The School of Music of the Uni-
v it a 1 Nihigan is to be congratulated upon its
0 ots 1Jalf of good music. You are doing a most
coe~ piece 'of work in bringing such an array
to ypu F 'eox4 U ity."
FRANCIS L YORK, Detroit Institute of Arts, De-
troit: "The list of geat artists is positively stagering,
-how you can get such a constellation of stars t-
gether for one festival 1 can not understand The May
Festivals have always been outstanding events in the
musical history of Michigan but this one in my op~nion,
bids fair to surpass all the others."
HARPER C.- 41YBEE, Director of Music, "Western
State Teachers College, Kalamazob, Michigan: "Kindly
accept my most hearty cogratulations on again pre-
senting to the muical public of Michigan and to the
Middle West, oie of the broadest and most compre-
hensive arrays of great contrasting choral works, in-
comparable organiftions, virtuoso artists, and master
musical directors."'
JAMES T. QUAT- , Dean of th Student of Fine
Arts, Columbia, ;Missouri: 'A performance of the Bach
"Magnificat' is real choral tour-de-force. The solosts
selected are all from the world's greatest, and when
taken in connection with the Chicago Orchestra, should
guarantee performances of outstanding artistic merit."
PIERRE V. . KEY, Editor 'Musical Digest, New
York: "I feel that I should extend my congratulations
in the preparatipn of so interesting a program and the
engagement of suchi a representative list of vocal and
instrumental soloists as well as the Chicago Symphoy
Orchestra."
BENDETSON NETZORG, 'Detroit: "I am partcu-
uarly pleased that, straight choral numbers are to bie
given inistead of opera' adaptations for the concert
stage. "Tte singers engaged are of fine standing and
ace plishnients. Little Ruggiero Ricci will surely be
an' a tractive addition."
JAMES FRANCIS COOKE, Editor,. The Etude,
Philadelphia': ,The artists of the Thirty.Seventh A-
nutal"'May'Festival have quite obviously been selected,
nytM~erely becal~se of their renown in the field of opera
tind concert, but because of their present ability to
contribute toward such "a noteworthy event in the way
ti) enlighten and inspire'the public. With the list that
the Festival has this year, its patrons maybe assured
of a 'series of perform~ances of real delight."
FLORENCE FINE1CH-, Editor, Musical -Leader, Chi-
cago: "Such a Remarkable program should attract wide
attention.' I expect'to 'make' my twenty-fifth annal
visit to your lovely little city which is so big in achieve
ment. I know 'of no place that'runs so~true to form
in v cry particular'
RUBIN GOLDMARK, President, "The Bohemians,"
New York: "My' congratulations on, your attractive
program for this year's rmsic festival. You a-:re certainly
etaihg wonlderful work culturally, both in the works
and inx the artists you arp presnting. My sincere 'goo
wis1hes for'yottr cntinued success."~
WILLIAM C. CARL, Director, Guilma nt Organ
~School, New York: ' Allow me also to- speak of the
splendid list of soloists who are to appeat. I am sure
this will be one of the most brilliant -and successful
festivalls you 'have held."
RO$,SILTER G. COLE, Chicago: Ni'note with ex-
treriw pleasure ' that you to hear H-oneggr's 'IKing
'Da'vid: '"I heard tiis a couple of weeks, ago when Mr.
Stock' put it oil here with the Cincinnati Festival
'Chorus' 'which hec Brought utp for the occasion. From
the'' perf ormanc~e ' got the ,thrill of the season."
F. B. STIVYEN, :Diretor of Music, University of
Illinois, Urbg na. "The list is, as usual, composed of
the finest artists . n the country."
IpUDLEY BUCK, Columbia School of Mutsic, Ci-
cage: "The works'"you have selected are magnificent,
your soloists 'are som of the finest whe have in thi
country and of course everybody knows what the Cii-
cage Symphony Orchestra is."
,RNEST 1 UTCHESON, Dean of the Juilliar4
Graduate School, New York City: "have just read
with much pleasure the list of artists and organizatins
to take part in the annual May Festival. It' is a
splendid array,' and I' congratulate you most cordiall~
on the promise it gives' of an uinusually fine series of
concerts.''
MeARGARfT ii. 'TYI43R, President, Chicago Artists'
Association:' "Yo'ur announcemeni for te May Fes-
tival is most alluring. 'It is so gratifying to see the
many splendid American artists on the list. The or-

galiizatioins represe~nted,. the works to be produced surely
should make for a most successful' season."
RICHARD C ERWONJ( Y, Conductor, ;Bushi Coni.
servatory Symphony Orchiestra, :Chicago. "Ib was very
much intei-ested to read the splendcid Ilist of artists that
you have secured for this occasion alpd it 'is a gr'eat
credit to your iinstitution to present suchi a woniderful
.festiv al."
EDWIN J. $TRINGHJAN ,iFculty .Tchelrs C7ol-
lege, Columtbia Universiiy, New York City: "Yout have.
one of the . pit iniportat mnusicail cvents inl the entire
owi'ttry--a distinict 'contribution to the' adv ancemn~t1 C .of
muisic in Amcwri'ca. - TIaddition,' you offer the tickets
atc a price much below those of other festivals.
;WM. W. NORTON, Executive Mvusic Organizer,
Flint Music Association, Flint, Michigan: "Your array
of :soloists for your May Festival this year is very out-
standing. In ;some respects you have surpassed all

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WILLIAM E. WALTER, =Manager, St. Louis Syin'
phony Society, St. Louis: "°You 'certainly have a nos'
formidable list of' artists, and the works that .you hv
in prospect nmake certain that the Festival will i ea
n1otable one. Honegger's, King Oavid' to, mind is ~the
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