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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1952

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May Festival
Programs
Announced
Eleven soloists, including seven
Metropolitan opera stars, .and the
Philadelphia Symphony Orches-
tra under four featured conductors
will be in Ann Arbor, May 1, 2, 3
and 4 for the May Festival. .
The first program of the series
will highlight soprano Eleanor
Steber.
Short Symphony-Swanson.
"Exultate, jubilate," Motet, K.165--
Mozart. (Miss Steber.)
"Le Festinde l'araignee," op. 17 --
Roussel.
Recitative and aria, "Nuneilt her-
bel" and "Frohsinn und Laune" from
Merry Wives of Windsor-Nicolai.
Marietta's Lied from "Die Tote
Stadt"-Korngold.
Csardas fromt Die Fledermaus -
Strauss. (Miss Steber.)
Suite No. 2 from the Ballet, Daph-
nis et Chloe-Ravel.
"The Damnation of Faust," Dra-
matic Legend in Four Part, Op.
24 by Berlioz will be presented in
the second concert at '8:30, May 2.
Patricia Neway, sporano, Anton
Dermota, tenor, Philip Duey,
baritone and George London, bass
will be featured soloists accom-
panied by the University Choral
Union conducted by Thor John-
son.
Violinist Nathan Milstein and
the annual presentation by the
Festival Youth Chorus will hold'
the spotlight on Saturday after-
noon.
Overture to "Russian and Ludmilla"
-Glinka.
Song Cycle. from the Masters -
Arr. Russell Howland. (Festival Youth
Symphony No. 5 in B flat major-
Schubert.
Concerto in A minor, Op. 53 for vi-
lin and Orchestra -- Dvorak. (Nathan
Milstein.)
The all-Wagner program will be
featured in the Saturday evening
concert. Soloists will be soprano
Astrid Varnay and tenor Set Svan-
helm.
Olver1tureA tothe Flying fDutchman..

LOOK and LISTEN
With ALAN LUCKOFF

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Because most of us are only a
few years out of high school, we
are often attracted to the radio
and TV shows which supposedly
dramatize the petty trials and tri-
bulations of teen age youth that
we fondly remember.
Usually we watch these shows
once. We watch them and try to
decide if it's possible that some of
these weird, unbelievable incidents,
took place in our lives week after
week, a few years ago.
COLLEGE STUDENTS' memor-
ToBe ReFaith
To Be Rdeligion

ies are not so short nor their con-
tact with teen agers so limited
that they accept the facts of Hen-
ry Aldrich and Homer, Archie An-
drews, Corliss Archer, and espec-
ially Judy Foster, the girl with the
date, as normal or average.
It is an accepted fact among
those who write for any com-
municative media that the most
effective writing is that which
touches on things which are
most familiar to the listeners
and viewers or which provide
them with desired vicarious ex-
periences.
The object of these programs is
supposedly the latter. The only
one of these shows that ever came
close to it was "Aldrich Family"
when Clifford Goldsmith first
adapted it for the air from his
Broadway hit, "What a Life," in
19.39 with Ezra Stone playing Hen-
ry. But Goldsmith ran out of plots
in radio several years ago and the
TV version never has "had it."
THE JUDY SHOW and the Cor-
liss Archer show are built around
the ridiculous adventures of gig-
gly, stereotyped girls with fawn-
ing henpecked boy friends,
Maybe the solution is for some
enterprising sponsor orunetwork'
to hold a contest for true stories
of teen agers. They'd probably
turn out just as funny, almost as
complicated and a whole lot eas-
ier to swallow.

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-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
SHOW BUSINESS-Carole Eiserman, '52, shortens Bill Schrein-
er's, '55, gown, and Don Ghareeb, '54, fans on as the Union Opera
cast prepares to prove that it's "Never Too Late."
Coeds Crash All Male
Confines of Union Opera

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Wagner.
Act 1, Scene III from Die Walkure
-Wagner. (Miss Varnay and Mr.
Svanholm.)
Prelude to Tristan and Isolde -
Wagner.
Night Scene-Act II, Scene 1II from
Tristan and Isolde-Wagner. (Miss.
Varney and Mr. Svanholm.)
The fifth concert of the festival
Sunday afternoon will feature
baritone Mark Harrell, Guiomar
Novaes, pianist and the Choral
Union.
Overture to "Coriolanus," Op. 62-
Beethoven..
"Belshazzar's Feast" - Walton.
(Choral Union and Mr. Harrell.)

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By BEA JOHNSON
"It's Never Too Late" for coeds.
For the first time in the 32-year
history of Union Opera, coeds are
invited to take part in the pro-
duction by designing and making
some 50 costumes to be used in
this year's extravaganza.
COSTUMES FROM overalls to
'U' Foreign
Enrollment Up
Enrollment of foreign students
at the University has climbed to
751 for the spring semester as
compared with 726 registered at
this time last year, Robert B. Klin-
ger, assistant counselor to foreign
students, has reported.
Sixty-seven areas are represent-
ed, Klinger said, with 'the largest
groups coming from the Far East,
British Commonwealth of Nations,
Europe and Africa, Near East and
Latin America in that order. ,
A breakdown of figures shows
that Canada, China, India, Tur-
key, Iraq, Japan, Thailand, Co-
lumbia, Philippine Republic, Bra-
zil, Great Britain, Greece, Hong
Kong, Mexico, Venezuela, Korea,
and Nigeria have each sent 10 or
more students to the campus.
Altogether there are 43 state-
less or "displaced" students here
with 41 of them coming from
countries "behind the iron cur-
tain"

evening gowns to western cowboy
suits !have been designed for past
Union Opera shows by masculine
hands. Creating elaborate vaude-
ville attire and huge, zany hats
will be the job of the coed costume
department this year.
Fabulous hat designers as well
as inexperienced seamstresses
are needed to work on these
costumes. A complete sewing
room has been set up in Rm.
3-G in the Union for the cos-
tume assembly where coeds will
be hemming and pinning every
week day from 3 to 5 p.m. until
show time.
"Where else can coeds meet 125
talented men on campus than at
the Union," states costume di-
rector Carole Eiserman when ask-
ed what advantages were in store
for the coed "Unionites."
* *~ *
MISS EISERMAN has gathered
many ideas for costumes in her
Association with the Little The-
atre in St. Petersburg, Florida,
and the Universityof Denver. She
is now a graduate student in the
University speech department and
a director for the "One Act" bills.
The production is slated to run
March 27, 28 and 29 at the Michi-
gan Theatre.
Brotherhood Talk
Edwin E. Aubrey, professor of
Christian Thought at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, will be the
guest speaker at the annual bro-
therhood dinner at 6 p.m. tonior-
row in Lane Hall.

Concerto No. 4 inl G major, ©p. 58
for Piano and Orchestra-Beethoven.
'(Miss Novaes.)
In the final concert on Sunday
night soprano Patrice Munsel will
appear.
Passacaglia-Haug.
"Chacun le salt" from "La Fille du
Regiment"-Donizetti.
110 Into babbino carp" from "Gian.,
ni Schicci"-Puccini.
"Mi chiamano Mimi" from "La Bo-
heme"-Puccini. (Miss Munsel.)
Symphony No. 5 in E flat major,
Op. 82--Sibelius.
Lucy's Arietta from "The Tele-
phone -MenottL.
Willow Song-Coleridge-Taylor.
Suilte from "Die Fledermaus" -
Strauss. (Miss Munsel.)

"Faith for Moderns" will be the
theme of the five all-campus Re-
ilgion in Life Month talks which
begin Tuesday.
* * *
THE FIVE guest speakers will
answer questions about "Faith for
Moderns"-one each week. Tues.
day, Dr. Edwin E. Aubrey from the
University of Pennsylvania will
answer the first claim, "God may
exist but he is not necessary"
Canon Bernard I. Bell of the
University of Chicago will ask
and answer the question, "What
is Knowledge?" on March 5. In
the third talk, March 12, Dr. W.
A. Visser t'Hooft, general secre-
tary of the World Council of
Churches, will discuss the bases
for unity within the Christian
Church.
The Rev. Fr. Gerald B. Phelan
of the University of Notre Dame
on March 19 will refute the state-
ment, "There is nothing funda-
mentally wrong with men that
time and intelligence won't cure."
In the final address March 25
Rabbi Philip J. Lelyveld, National
Director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation will discuss the idea,
"The thing I want most in life is
happiness."
Social Work Meet
Set for Tmorrow
The School of Social Work will
hold an open meeting at 7 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.
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