WAR TARES MANY
IC- APPEARS AT THE
IT, SATURDAY, MAY 11.
AT THE TIHEAT
- A Winter
ing Our Bit."
* Wuerth-Billie Burke in "The
* Land of Promise." Also SQn of
* Democracy, "Native State."
* Orpheum-William Desmond in
* "The Marriage Bubble." Also the
* comedy, "A Good Elk."
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TENSIVE TRAINING WILL BE
GIVEN AT JUNIOR PLATTSBURG
Lnp Open to All Applicants Under
Draft Age and More Than
14 Years Old
All programs of the 25tth annual May
Festival, to be held May 15 to 18 in Hill
auditorium, will be .preceded by pat-
riotic anthems. A service flag of 50
stars representing the men of the
Choral union who are in service, will
be displayed at the various concerts.
Since the declaration of war, Dr.
Stanley has had considerable difficul-
ty in keeping the male sections intact.
But those left have worked strenuous-
ly with the substitutes to make this
year's chorus equal to those of other
List of Artists
The list of artists to appear includ-
es: Claudia Muzio, soprano; Mar-
garete Matzenauer, contralto; Giovan-
ni Martinelli, tenor; Paul Althouse,
tenor; Guiseppe de Luca, baritone;
Arthur Middleton, baritone; Myrna
Sharlow, soprano; Riccardo Stracci-
ar, baritone; Ada Grace Johnston,
soprano; Lois Marjorie Johnston,
soprano; Emma Roberts, contralto;
Nora Crane ffunt, contralto; James
Hamilton, tenor; Odra Ottis Patton,
tenor; Bernard Ferguson, Robert Die-
terle, '18, and Joel 'Thomas Morgan,
baritones; Rudolph Ganz, pianist,
and Joseph Bonnet, organist.
"The Beatitudes" Great Work
"The Beatitudes" by Cesar Franck is
considered the greatest work of its;
kind that France has produced, and is
regarded as-one of the most significant
religious compositions of the latter
half of the 19th century. This oratorio
and Bizet's "Carmen," will be given
Thursday and Saturday evenings, re-
spectively. "Into the World" will be
sung by the Children's chorus of 400
voices, trained by Miss Florence B.
Potter, supervisor of music in the Ann
Arbor schools. The Chicago Sym-
phony orchestra will accompany them.
Rudolph Ganz, the Swiss pianist
and renowned interpreter of Liszt, will
be heard In the brilliant Tchaikowsky
Joseph Bonnet, considd the fore-
most of French organists and winner
of the "Alexander Gailinant Prix" will
play an historical program, beginning
with compositions of the forerunners
of Bach and ending with two works
of his own.
The University Choral ;union, the
pivot of these mrusical functions ha
been in existence for nearly 40 years.
It is one of the oldest permanent or
ganizations in the country. It is made
up of selected voices from the School
of Music and the University, and is
conducted by Dr. A. A. Staney.
STATE CONSTAJULARY SEIZES
jwl BIUSHELS O WHEAT
Wheat aggregating 1000 bushel was
taken from the farm of Walter Cady
in Pittsfield township by members of
the state constabulary after Cady had
refused to obey an order to sell the
The crop will be sold in Ypsilanti
and the proceeds turned over to the
owner by the troopers. Cady will be
allowed to remain at his farm until
the department of justice takes action
on the case.
Our Merchant advertisers represent
the progressive business men of Ann
5-Part Triangle Play
SHOWS AT 3:oo,06:30, 8:00, 9:30
ixc UnIess Otherwise Specified.
Mon-6-Viola Dana in "Breakers Ahead"
and Drew Comedy, "Special Today."
Tues4IazeL Dawn and Bert Lytell in
Herbert Brenon's "The Lone Wolf,"
and Pathe News. 9 Parts. (Shows
at 3:oo, 6:30 and 8:30).
Wed-S-jean Sothern in "Peg O' the
Sea" Mutt and Jeff Cartoon, "'T'he
Submnarine Chasers" and Screen Tele-
Mr. John Karradier to Speak Tonight
Mr. John Karracher, of Detroit, will
speak at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
M. B. A. hall at 205 Washington street,
taking as his subject "American list-
ory and the Labor Movement." The
lecture is open to the public and no
admission will be charged.
A great patriotic story
See it at THE RAE
WM. S. HART in
OLIVE THOMAS in
Intensive training in the infantry,
cavalry, artillery, and naval branches
of the service will be given under com-
petent instructors at the Juntor
Plattsburg training camp. The en-
cam pnent will last from June 29 to
Aug. 29. It is situated on Lake,
Champlain, in New York.
The camp is open to all applicants
under draft age and more than 14
years old. The applicant' cannot be
less than five feet two inches in height.
Two references must be furnished by
the applicant from persons capable of
giving an unbiased opinion of the ap-
A member of the R. 0. T. C. will be
given a scholarship at the camp this
summer. The first sergeants are now
handing in to Lieut. George C. Mullen
recommendations of the men who they
think best qualified for the position.
President Harry B. Hutchins is a
member of the advisory board of the
Comedy Club Try-Outs Saturday
At the last meeting of the Comedy
club, it was decided to conduct the an-
nual spring try-outs for membership
Saturday morning, May 11th. Furth-
er details as to place, time and nature
of the try-outs are to be announced.
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