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ATSTAR TO APPEAR FLILY PONS, FRENCHi
IN MUSICAL FETE TO BE FEATURE
SSinger, Discovered by Mme.
_RIDINGEXHIBITION i Gray, Has Risen to Fame
____From Small Troupe.
All Chairmen Appoint Assistants Twenty-one Members Chosen to
and Committees Start Practice Form Riding By Eleanor Rairdon, '33
_____ Lily Pons, the French operatic'
WGork Immediately. and Stunts star whose sensational rise to fame;
D) o n i n e Nominates Dorothy in the space of a few months has,
Elsworth, Dorothy Birdzell With the appointment of com- Twenty-one women have been amazed American audiences and'
for President. mittees by the various chairmen, osen by members of Pegasus rid critics, is the outstanding artist on
_ ;. iate work on the Freshmen Page- ing club to form a drill squad. This this year's May Festival concert
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group will practice form riding and series. The novelty of hering this
ELECTI®NS'AE APRIri8s.anTheanoveltythof hee.rEnchthis
ELECTIONSARE APRIL 8 ant was begun this week. Each cor- stunts, and will give the riding ex- suddenly famous colcratura soprano
mittee is to start work immediately, hibition in the annual horse show I and the proof of her great ability
Only Members of Organization and a regular schedule of practices to be held by Pegasus later in the' heralded to us from Eastern cities
Are Permitted to Vote will be made out by the end of this semester. places the prima donna in a posi-
week.t o Practices will be held at 1:30 tion second to no one of the other
for Officers. Following are the list of Fresh- o'clock on Saturday afternoons in artists of the Festival, not even to
man women who will serve on com- the indoor ring at the Fair-grounds. Ignace Jan Paderewski, the Polish
Candidates for offices in the W-ittes: dance committee, Margar- The first practice will be held to- pianist whose wonders are not a
men's Athletic Association were # et Cole, chairman Katherine Jack- morrow, and members of the squad mystery to us.
announced yesterday by -Helen Do- son, Dorothy Ann Williams, Jane are asked to meet at 1:15 o'clock! IHas Five-Year Opera Contract.
1ine, d'1president of the organ- -" :",< I°Fauve, Charlotte Johnson, and in the main lobby of the League Miss Pons has recently signed a
Prudence Foster; finance commit- building. five-year contract with the Metro-
ization. Lily Pons, tee, Elizabeth Cooper, chairman, Those who have been chosen to politan Opera Co. of New York.
Voting will take place between Marjorie Thompson, Elinor Allen, compose the squad are Phyllis Swift, Compare this achievement with the
the hours of 8:30 and 4:30 o'clock French opera star, who will be Lydia Seymour, Ruth Kaser, and '34, Eleanor Rairdon, '33, Josephine position of a star in a small French
on Wednesday, April 8, at a table one of the outstanding features of 1 Miriam Hall; poster committee, Rulison, '31, Jean Perrin, '32, .Helen opera company of Montpelier, a
the May Festival concerts which Pauline Brooks, chairman, Joan Matthews, '31, Alice Keegstra, 32, university town of southern France,
n University hall. Only members Bartlet, Marion Foley, Dorothy Fer- Emily Grimes, '31, Ruth Godwin, where Lily Pons was accidentally
of W. A. A. will be permitted to will begin May 13. On, and May Seifried; music nm- '31, Elizabeth Cooper, '34, Helen discovered by Mme. Maria Gay, a
vote. JTmittee, Jean Eckert, chairman, Su- Clark, '34, Margaret Hayes, '32, Cor- former opera singer. The "find" was
Prominent Women Selected. Dr. Wil er GivesTalk san Shorts, Elaine Schlessinger, rine Krentler, '32Ed, Geraldine brought to New York for an audi-
The two women nominated for to Pi Lambda Thetas Helen Clark, and Rosemary Simp- Grover, '32Ed, Jean Voorhies, '34, tion by Mr. Gatti-Casazza and im-
Th____mnoindfo .a son. Ruth BabbitL, '31, Hazel Stoereck, - -__ ___
the position of president are Doro- Program committee, Grace Mayer, '33P, Mary Louise Mandrea, '3Ed
thy Birdzell, '32, and Dorothy Els- Dr. Marguerite Wilker, of the e h a i r m a n, Anne Harsha, Ruth Marion Schotterbeck, Cile Miller, Honore Will Address
worth, '32. Jean Bentley, '33, and University Nursery School, was Kurts, Josephine Woodams, and '32, and Charlotte Hedke, '33. Women's Association
Gladys Schroeder, '33, have been speaker of the evening last night at Dorothy Emerich; properties com--
nominated for vice-president, and the Pi Lambda Theta meeting mittee, Dorothea Hunt, chairman, EASTER SPENT ON GULF A. A. U. W. will hold a meeting
Marjorie Hunt, '32, and Adria Parks, which was held in the University Norma Lou Cove, Marcia Cary, Saturday, April 14 in the Ethel
'33, are the candidates for secre- Elementary School Library. 1 Jeanne Voorhies, Katherine Foster, NEWCOMB COLLEGE-E a s t e r Fountain Hussey room in the Wo-
tary. Agnes Graham, '32,. and Jane : It was an open meeting to which and Lucille Root; costume commit- vacation, which starts Thursday, men's League building.
Fecheimer, '33, are nominated for the primary teachers of the public tee, Ada Blackman, chairman, Mary will be spent on the Gulf Coast Paul Honore, famous artist, and
treasurer. 1chools were especially invited. Dr. Jean White, Margaret Allen, Phyl- again this year by the sorority girls. one of the foremost illustrators of
Nominees for point recorder are Wilker's talk was on the Nursery lis Swift, Isabelle McKellar, Doris Each year houses are rented along the day, will be the speaker. His
Elizabeth Gardner, '32, and Clars School movement. Chrisman, and Dorothy Batchelor. the beach road. subject will be, "The Sense of Sight."
Grace Peck, '33. Annette Cum- ...,......_._._....._...-..

OPERA STAR,
D IN MAY FESTIVAL
mediately received a contract for
the ensuing season.
Lily Pons has had the invaluable
foundation for the career of a
singer, a thorough musical educa-
tion. She won first prize in piano
at the Paris Conservatoire at the
age of fifteen. However, she aban-
doned the piano temporarily for a
stage career and enjoyed success
while with Max Dearly at the Paris
Theatre des Varietes.
Has Sung Roles in Four Operas.
The roles in which the soprano
has already been heard are "Lucia
di Lammermoor" (the role of her
debut); Gilda, in "Rigoletto," Fil-
ina, in "Mignon"; and Rosina, in
"The Barber of Seville." During the
next five years, she will probably
bring to life many of the old color-
atura operas that have lain on the
dusty shelves of the Metropolitan
Opera Library for lack of an artist
who could sing the roles.
For her program on May 13 in
Ann Arbor Miss Pons will present
Mozart's aria from "The Magic
Flute," entitled "Oui, Tu Vois En
Moi Une Rivale;" an aria "The Bell
Song" from "Lakme," by Delibes;
and "Caro Nome" from Verdi's "Ri-

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goletto."
In addition to the contract which
the singer holds with the Metro-
politan, she has also been engaged
to give concerts for two years under
the direction of the distinguished
impressario of F. C. Coppicus, and
has made a contract to make ex-
clusively phonograph records.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-
The European student with all his
highly touted "old world wisdom"
is not, at the end of his course, any
better equipped than the average
Nebraska graduate.
L

mings, 33, and Susan Manchester,
'32, have been named for the posi-
tioni of publicity chairman.
Lorraine Larson, '32, and Helen
Townsend, '32Ed, are the candi-
dates for Intramural manager.
Photographs Will Be Posted.
Photographs of all candidates will
be posted at the election table, and
printed ballots will be used.
The other members of the W. A.
A. executive board, including the
outdoor manager, the A. C. A. C. W.
representative, and the managers
of major and minor sports, are ap-
pointed to their positions later in
the spring.
Inactive members of W. A. A.
who have earned their five W. A. A.

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T has started Our Semi-Annual Sale in the Drugs
and Toiletries Department-a department fitted to
supply your every personal need in beauty prepara-
tions, drugs and home remedies. Registered pharmacists
assist you in shopping for these articles right in the same
store where you do your other personal shopping.
When you cannot come into the store to select
toilet goods, your telephone order for whatever you
wish will be given special attention.
We suggest that you consider the savings offered
on the toilet goods you want, and supply your needs
for a season at prices which make for personal economy.

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points 'may pay the membership
dues of one dollar at the table be-
fore voting, or may see Dorothy
Elsworth, treasurer, before Wed-,
nesday. No student who has not
had five points recorded and paid
the membership dues will be al-
lowed to vote.

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