.: THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRDY,'EB~
Y ive Vocal Artists,
for Festival Series
Six': additional artists who will
appeaxr dn the May Festiv-al pro-
gram along wvith Beniamino Gigli,
tenor of the Metropolitan Opera
company, John Charles Thomas,
baritone, and Chase Baromeo, bass.
~both of the Chicago Civic Opera
company, were announced yester -
,day by Charles A. Sink, president
of the. University lu4sical society;
wvhichi sponsors the program;.
Five" of the: six arej singers, the
tither being Gu~stav Holst, distin-
Suished British comi-pqser-conduc-
t~r, who will conduct some of his l
a~wn works at the Festival. The five
sijgers are Ruth Rodgers, oratorio
sin ger; Julia Lip pe, Covent Garden
Opera star, who will have the so-
pra~no role in the premier of Rim-
sI: - KorsaIkofl's "Legende of Hite] ;'I'
Glad'ys 'Swartout, contralto of the
Metropolitan Opera co mp a ny;
Frederick Jagel, tenor who created
a scnsation Last year; and Nelson
Edd,,T, who also appeared on the
fAN'W r IsAppinted to
Head Fresh Air Camp
George Alder, grad., has been ap-
pointed director of the University
fresh air camp, to succeed Theo-
dore Hoxnberger, English instruc-
STATE IS CHEATED 1
f"M s. ,
Be C.1,!,,J& Auko,'
Land of Peace.'
Associated Press P/too
William 'T;. Cosgrave. (le.ft), durin~g a hea~ted cawlpai:-nU to succeed
himself as ji esident of leird, Ihad the st~rmy EamoGn de Valera as
his rival. Two assassinations and an attempted murder preceded the
MUKDEN, Manchuria, Feb. 18-
(AP)--T_,e newly-formed executive
committe e of northeastern Man-
churia at noon today proclaimied
the establishment. of an indepen-
dent Manchurian-Mongolian state.
IChinese leaders, with Japanese
advisers, have been conferring her'eo eea as ulnn h
ground plan of the new state.
An elaborate dinner was given at
Yamato hotel Wednesday night at
which Gen. Shigeru Honjo, Japan-
ese Manchurian commander, .'at-
tended, together with Gen. Mah
Chan-Shan, his one-time foe at
Tsitsihar last November.
Gen. Mah came to the dinner in
spite of the fact that he was ;ill. He
lef t for Tsitsihar by train early this
mrorning, declining another air-
plane joltrney into the frigid Man-
chu~rian north. He came here for
the conferences by airplane. At
Tsitsihanr he planned to assume tk.e
~governorship of Hleilunglang prov-
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Nat Shilkret's Orchestra and
Alex Gray, wellknopwn soloist,
will entertain you over the