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PAGE W9 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIIr

)AY, MAY 9, 1930

Adviser to Poland raitr Iir r nlarged and Re-Outfited Band Will Make
Roabbed in Rumni fUILI LUL rp to Hrvard and Ohio Football Ganes~
ilP Anneyneebnd uItd iumber of occasions. This week-
LOCAL ___ HEAB~ neweandh copeteouniform iswilthebn ilpa ttebsbl
Fred T. Stowe Chosen President gethe caorathefrte nd will e a ativeonesincel
of Farmers and Mechanics fobl aenx al oetA game this afternoon, cap night this
to Scced Wllims.Campbll, treasurer of the Univer-I
______city and "p atron saint" of the bandevngadiBntnHrot-
'At the monthly meeting of the! announced last night. Trips to Mar-morwfrteanlPacBos
~oad o DiecorsWedesay ve-yad ad OioStae ae racicalysomr Festival. The trip will be
. ado ietr ensa v-ivadadOi tt r rcial made in buses tomorrow morning.
ning, Fred T. Stowe, cashier of the? assured the band, he stated. ! Several Wednesday night conr-
'ry ~Farmers and Mechanics bank since This enlargement and outfitting certs are expected to be given duzr-
{ x1912, was elected to succeed Herbert is expected to put the band on ainthreadrofhesm tr
!AWilliams as. president of that par with other leading musical or- atog h eiiedtshv
Institution. Iganizations of different unirversi- not been announced. The final
rMr. Williamls, who had been the ties. The musical direction will eeto h eri hc h
paresidient for thie past 18 years, was Econtinue to be under Nicholas Fal- band will participate will. be the
. i mned to the newly created posi- Icone, while the drilling will be su- commencement exercises June 22
tion of chairman of the board of! pervised by a new director whose and 23.
directors, while Courtney A. Maul- name has not yet been announced..
betsch, was promoted to the Office{ The change was made necessary
of cashier. :due to the leaving of Capt. H. B. t 4"
At the ti me of his , etiremientj Turner, who had charge of the LII 4.UI
.from theZC presidency to become drilling last fall. 82PcadSre
carmasOftheodeba k r. il For the remainder of this se- $2PcadSre
I as a teolet akprei-jester, the band will play at a POTATO SALAD
delait in Ann Arbor in point of Years4 WITH
for that office. The newly elected PRESSED_____CORN___BEEF_
president has been associated with BIG MAY SALEPRSE CON EE
Asloited Press Photo I the institution for more than 29 2%DSON ONALORAA
Chark le cwcy years. while Mr. Mvaulebetsch has FRATERNITY JEWELRY WITH
IIAmerican financial advisor to the! served for a period of 16 years. POAOaHP
government of Poland, wh,) was j No other changes were made in! Burr, Patterson & Auld OA2OcCHP
robbed while miotoring near Such- thze officers by the board. J. E. 603 Church
arest, Rumania. His automobile !Bseal and George W. Millen are the __ __
zwas held up by bandits as hie warsj vice-presidents, G. J. Geisel and R. ®- p . . .
driving on one of the principal tE. Fowler the assistant casiers ,
highways~ leading to the Slavic .while 0orgc J. Burke is counsel i w 11
capital. for the bank. I T . A NT1T T 'FAII T Ti 1? XT

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2 Program y
I Overt r"Lene Mraxhi............. .....................Shomnne
Arie, "ForSsanoino, lto Tnor "ohiMarraoreCoFrus, oar
Fataia,"Faneco D i C ino... . ..... .... ..Backvsk
:C Covac (TiofrnPcibe d OroeraOchetraby. redric.StCk)ete
Monniic t t majo...... ... ..... ......................ras
1= phati V r ofolianCous, Orchestra. and..Franck
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Fhrday, May 1, 2:0 P. i. Concert2
Soloists:RUGHYLROARDEC, Voliano
DA GOHRWITLEYBenritoe
CHRIDEG'SRESTIVaLCHRUS
ORCHESRLACCOMPANIMENT
i ~PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organis
_FRVDERIK SOCand RDRC TCCnutr
ConcertoProgram
"KongsDawih.Orchstraho sli Tre2rs ftraDaab
i- Lotns For..................................SHunn
Fo Sprno lo, Ts enrStlivarChoruChru2
PasCaiadeS n Fuge..n ..Min . . ...... ...Moart
Sch...r.M (T anf r ibe" d forn Moer ng ht' s tram "yFrMeedelsohoc2
" ccAgnSyiathoD y o r g .. . . . .........Strongch 2
C= crt F or fo ilinrad. Orchetra..........eOtoann
THIRDW~ CONCERTCilren's~
SFriday, May 16, :5 p. ni.Atis Concert2
-Soloists: DUSG'OLA IANI; iln oro2
RICN HDE.BarELioneio
r« THFER CIAGSYMPHvOaNY OCHISTR
- _FREDERICK STOCK, aREDERC TC,2odc~
1 = lProgram=
Conero N. , fr ol~ Voli, wo lues.ndMenderal....sBah,
Lousdo eH.... ...........Schmasnnt
RichHakth ard B.. nSchuber
! P=soCradlSymhooy.......aethoe
Achrilus ran"MdsummerSoNighbsrearm "........... nGounooh2
cc y on m y f Sui'.e......so ...na..G.an..i:..... .... trg

' Aria, "Credo" fromn" Otrflo'.........................Verdi2
- LVMr. B)'elli-
S Bolero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,. Ravel 2
Aria, "'Connais tu le days" from "Mignon"........... .... Thomas=
Miss Giannini ,
Bacchanale (Paris Version) anid Finale from Overture, =.
-"Tannhauser........................ ........ .Wagner=
,-FIFTH CONCERT Symphony2
Saturday, May 17, 2:30 p. m. Concert
Soloists: GUY MAIER, Pianist-
LEE PATTISON, Pianist
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA2
- FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
:j Program=
.2 Overture to "Egmont"............................... .Beethoven2
2 Symphony No. 2 E minor............ ................ .Rachmaninow2
Largo-Allegro Modcrato2
-Allegro Molto 2:
Adagio b2
ConcrtoAllegro vivace
® Conertoin E flat for two pianos anid orchestra. ......... ....Mozart2
Allegro
"°"Andante con moto=
Rondo, Allegro vivace2
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SSIXTH CONCERT Choral2
2Saturday, May 17, 8:15 p. in. . Concert E
Soloists: NANETTE GUILFORD. Sonrano
KATHRYN MEISLE, Contralto
PAUL ALTHOUSE,'Tenor=
CHASE BAROMEO, Bass2
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHES'TRA2
EARL V. MOORE, Conduictor,
IlEI UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organist2
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