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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Notice to Seniors and Graduate Students: Only five more days remain
-after today-for the payment of diploma fees. There can be absolutely
no extension beyond 4 p. in., Wednesday, May 24. The Cashier's office is
Glosed on Saturday afternoon.
Shirley W. Smith.
University Loan Committee: The Loan Committee will meet today at
1:3Q p. in. in Room 2, University Hall. Students who have filed applications
with the Office of the Dean of Students should call at that office for an
appointment with the Committee.
J. A. Bursley, Chairnan.
May Festival Tickets: Tickets for the May Festival are on sale at the
1,ox office, Hill Auditorium. Season tickets admitting to all six concerts,
$A.QO0, $.00 and $8.00 (if Festival coupon from Choral Union ticket is re-
turned, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00). Tickets for individual concerts, Main floor,
$2.00, first balcony $1.50, Second balcony $1.00.
The Martha Cook Building will accept a limited number of sopho-
mores for residence for September, 1933. This means present Freshmen
may apply for next September. If interested, call at the Building for an
application.
Margaret Ruth Smith, Social Director
Conflicts in time of Final Examinations in the College of Engineering
shQold bee reported at once to C. H. Fessenden, Room 333 West Engineering
Bldg. May 19 is the last day for making adjustments.
Graduating Senior Enginers: Please call for your Drawing 1, 2 and 3
plates at Room 412 West Engineering.
Seniors in Music School: Those seniors not having paid their class
dues please do so at the desk in the school of music lobby on Thursday be-
tween 4:15 and 5:15 p. in.
Bowjing: The bowling alleys at the Women's Athletic Building have
been closed for the year.
hors~e Show: Faculty and students wishing to compete in the Univer-
sity Horse Show on Tuesday, May 23, are asked to get in touch with the
following officials: For Women's eveits: Elizabeth Cooper, 3318, Betty
Lyons, 378. For men's events: Gordon Jensen, 2-2870 (or 4121, extension
,67)
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Economics 52: Make-up examination to be held on lThursday, May 18,
at 4 o'clock in Room 207 Economics Bldg.
Reading Examinations in French: An examination to test the knowl-
edge of French required for the degree of Ph.D. will be offered to candi-
dates in the departments listed below, on Saturday morning, May 27, in
Room 108 R. L., from 9 to 12. Candidates should register at least one week
in advance at the office of the Department of Romance Languages, 112
1nL., between the hours of 9 and 12:30.
This announcement applies only to candidates in the departments.of
Groups I and III; i.e., Ancient and Modern Languages and Literature, His-
ory, Econoinics, Sociology, Political Science, Philosophy, Education.
Qualifying Examuinatin in Educati: The Various types of subject mat
ter qualifying examinations required by the School of Education before the
cqurse in Directed Teaching may be elected will be held on Saturday, May
4q. at 8 o'clock sharp (not 9 o'clock), in the Auditorium of the University
High School.
C. Q. Davis, Secretary
Comprehensive Professional Examination in Education: This examin-
ation will be held in the Auditorium of the University High School on
Saturday, May 20, at 3:30 o'clock. No candidate for the Teacher's Certifi-
cate is excused from this examination except graduate students who already
hold an advanced degree or will take such a degree this June. The material
to be covered in the examination will embrace the work of all the re-
quired courses in Education--B20, Cl, Al, A25, D100, and the special meth-
ods courses-in accordancq 'with the outlines for the spvral curricula.
C. . fDavis, Secretary
CONCERTS
The schedule of May Festival programs is as follows:
Wpdnesday evening, 8:15, First Concrt-
Nina Koshetz, Soprano, soloist; Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Freder-
ick Stock, Conductor.
Overture, RussIan and Ludmilla" ...............................Glinka
Arloso of Jaroslavna from "Prince Igor"...............Borodine
Nina Koshetz
Tone Poem, "Thus Spake Zarathustra" ..........................Strauss
Aria, "Letter Scene" from "Eugene Onegin"........ ........Tchaikovsky
Mme. Koshetz
Symphony No. 12, in G minor, Op. 35 ... . ..................Miakowsky
'freverie and Dance" from "The Fair of Sorochinsk"......... Moussorgsky
Mme. Koshetz
Polka ana 'ugue from "Schwanda, the Bag-pipe Player" ......Weinberger
Thursday evening 8:15, Second Concert-
Jascha Heifetz, Violinist, and Chase Baromco, Bass, Palmer Christian,
Organist soloists; University Choral Union, Chicago Symphony Orchestra,
Earl V. Moore and Frederick Stock, Conductors.
"In the Faery Hills"................................. .......Bax
Aria, "Confutatis Maledictis" from "The Manzoni Requiem" . ....... Verdi
Chase Baromeo
"Beshazzar's Feast" .......................................Walton

Mr. Baromeo, Chorus, Orchestra and Organ
Concerto for Violin, D major, Op. 77.........................Brahms
Jascha Heifetz
Friday afternoon, 2:30, Third Concert- . ..........................
Rose Bampton, Contralto, soloist; Orchestra accompaniment; Young
People's Festival Chorus, Juva Higbee and Eric DeLamarter, Conductors.
Overture, "The Marriage of Figaro". .............................. Mozart
Aria, "Che faro senza Euridice" from "Orfeo ed Euridice" .......... Gluck
Symphony "Oxford" in G major ..............................Haydn
Group o~f Songs:
Serenade .......... ...........................................Tosti
Country Gardens ..............................................Grainger
"The Little Dust M an" ..........................................Brahms
Young People's Festival Chorus
Aria, "Il est Doux Il est Bon" from "Herodiade"..............Massanet
Miss Bampton
"Elegy and Waltz" from Serenade for Strings ................ Tchaikovsky
Cantata: "Spring Rapture" .........................................Gaul
Friday evening, 8:15, Fourth Concert-.
Program commemorating first anniversary of death of Albert A. Stan-
ley, Founder of the Festival, and the 50th anniversary of the death of
Richard Wagner, All Wagner program Grete Stueckgold, Soprano, soloist;
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor.
"The Flying Dutchman"
Overture, Senta's Ballad
Grete Stueckgold
-,"Tannhauser"
Bacchanale (Paris Version) and Finale from the Overture.
Elizabeth's Prayer
Mme. Stucckgold
"Tristan and Isolde"
Selections from Act III
(Arranged for concert performance by Frederick Stock)
"Rhinegold"
Finale-Entrance of the Gods
"Walkure"
Siegfried in the Forest
"Gotterdammerung"
Song of the Rhine Maidens
Siegfried's Death and Funeral March
Saturday afternoon, 2:30, Fifth Concert-
Guy Maier and Lee Pattison, pianists, soloists; Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor.
Overture to "The Improvisatore" ............................d'Albert
Symphony No. 1, F minor,) Op. 39 .......... .................Sibelius
Concerto in C minor, No. 1, for Two Pianos and Strings ........... . ach
Guy Maier and Lee Pattison
"Natchez-on-the-Hill" (Three Virginian Country Dances) Op. 30 .. .Powell
Ballad, "King Estmere" for two pianos and orchestra ............ Sowerby
Mr. Maier and Mr. Pattison
Saturday evening, 8:15, Sixth Concert-
World premiere of opera "Merry Mount" by Howard Hanson, given by
special permission of the Metropolitan Opera Asspiation, Libretto by Rich-
ard Leroy Stokes.
John Charles Thomas, baritone Chase Baromeo, bass
Leonora Corona, Soprano George Galvani, baritone
Rose Bampton, contralto University Choral Union
Frederick Jagel, tenor Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Howard Hanson, Guest Conductor
EVENTS TODAY
Special Meeting of the Interfrater- chorus for the Freshman Lantern
nity Council at the Union, 7:30 p. M. Dance willhave its first rehearsal in
the ballroom of the League at 4:0.0
Freshman Women: The singing C (Continued on Page 6)

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