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AGETwo 'THE MIC~HIGAN DATLY y

IDA'Y, MAY 11, 1930 '

VICEROOF INDIA
'WILIAS gID [i COMBATS GHANDj
Patiala State Foreign Minister#{
Will Discuss Prxesenft
Political Unrest.
XProblems of the present politicalh
untrest in India which daily contin-
u~e to attract universal attention
will be discussed Moinday, May '19,I
whin the Hon. Laurence F. R. Wil- ~
li'mis, Foreign Minister of Patiala
Stae, India, and recognized auth-
oiyon the indian question,l
speaks in Lydia Mendelssohn the-'
acre on the topic "India -Today."
Mr. Williams, who is generally
regarded as the world's most emin-
ent authority on India, has gained
considerable renown as a historian
as well as diplomat. It is from theI
historian's viewpoint that 'he will1 Assodced Press i'h&~o
deliver his address. Among 1his
historical works are included "Al Lord Ir4vn
History of India Under the Corn- Vcryo niwoi ihi
paty and Crown," "Moral and Ida-'Vc oFf.nia hoiCfgt
tei'ial Progress d.eports of India." the passive resistance campaign
andl "A Primer of Inidian AdinIs- ;Indian nationalists.
tration."________ ___-
As a diplomat, Mr. Williams has _______________
heldI nuinerous positions represent-
ing the British government. He wash~
substit te-delegate to the League, #pal~. ~'1I.
of Nations Assembly in 1925, Sec-
retary to the Indian delegation at TODAY SPECIAL
the Imperial Conference in 1923,
and until just recently was Secre- 5:30i to 7:00
tary tor the Chancellor 'of theI ODRATFR RBE
Chamber of Indian Princes. Be-1 CL ROS RKRBE3
cause of these intimate contactsI AND POTATO SALAD
with Indian affairs, he is in a posi- SLICED TOMATOES
tion to present the situation as it
exists to day in a clear, unbiased 35c
m~anner.

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DOAN WITLEY, Bar
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THLDEE CAOSIVL CI^NIOUS'R2
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-Suite from "'The Betrothal" .................Dlmarter
Aria, "Credo" from '"Otello" .. ............... Verdi=
2 Bolero......... ...... . ............. Ravel2
2Aria, "Connais to le !gays" froms "Mignon" ....:.............1Thomas ,
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s~ "Tanhhauser.................................... Wagner
2FIF'TH CONCERT Symphony2
2Saturday, May 17, 2:30 p. m. Concert2
Soloists: GUY MAIER, Pianist
=-LEE PATTISON. Pianist 2
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2 FREDERICK STOCKc, Conductor2
Program .2
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2Symphony No. 2 E minor ........ ..... ............... Rachmaninow 2
Largo-Allegro Moderato
"Allegro Molto2
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- Allegro vivace-
2Concerto in E flat f or two _pianos and orchestra................ Mozart
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I2Andante con moto 2
Rondo, Allegro vivace
SSIXTH CONCERT Choral
2Satur'day, May 17, 8:15 P. M. Cotzwcert
-2Soloists: NANETTE GUILFORD, Soprano °
KATHRYN MEISLE, Cok t-dato -
I , PAUL AL'THOUSE, Tenor
2CHASE. BAROMEO, Bass
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2 EARL V. MOORE, Conductor
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- PALMER CHRISTIAN5 Organist-
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2Requiem ..............Verdi2
- For Soli. Chords. Orchestra and Orikan-

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