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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Stelmajo: Intimate Quartet

AlL: :OFFICIAL: General Notices
DFDepartment of Psychiatry Lecture
acsFrancis J. Bracelanci, M. D., Senior
BULLETIN Consultant, The Institute of Living,
"A Current View of American Psy-
chiatry," Tuesday, Feb. 20, Children's
The Daily Official Bulletin is an Psychiatric Hospital Auditorium, 4:30
official publication of the Univer- p.m.
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- Linguistics Club. Professor Julius
tat responsibility. Notices should be Moravcslk: "Is There Such A Thing
sent in TYPEWRITTEN Form to As Semantics?" Rackham Amphi-
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- theater.Tuesday, February 20, 1968,
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding Tuesday, Feb. 20.

By STEVE WILDSTROM
Chamber music these days is
rarely performed in the manner
intended by composers. Financial
pressures have forced the per-
formance of works intended for
drawing rooms into moderately
large concert halls like Rackhamn
Aud., where the fragile sound of
a string quartet is oftenuswal-
lowed.

Chamber music has survived,

impromptu c h a m b e r groups

however, as a form of serious rec- abound.
reation for both professionals and For fans who have long been
dedicated amateurs. Organizing a faced with the choice of listening
symphony orchestra and finding a to chamber music in large halls
place to play just for the fun of or of learning the violin, Ann
it is, at best, a nearly impossible Arbor now provides a new alter-
proposition. Finding two violin- native.
ists, a' violist and a cellist is Mark's, the city's newest coffee
comaraivly asy hwevr, ndhouse, is offering a menu of
comparatively easy, however, and classical chamber music in the
f eintimate atmosphere so necessary
for full appreciation of the form
-a radical idea and one that
hopefully will prove both artis-
tically and financially successful.

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- Recreation Playleader, playground
supv,, arts and crafts, archery and
tennis instruct ors. supertindent for,
mentally handicapped children. Pref. "THE RON BROOKS "THE GEORGE OVERSTREET
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- Steno-Secretary, must have good
typing and shorthand. Openings for
jr. and sr. engineers in IE, ME, EE present
and similar curriculums.
EUCATION DIVISIONS JAZZ FOR '68
aT he following schools will interview at
at the Bureau during the week ofj
'Feb. 26th:
Monda., 2eb.th 6 THE FIFTH DIMENSION
Monday, Feb. 26
Farmington, Michi. Clarenceville P.
S.) - Elem. - K-6, Lib., Art, P.E., Voc., 216 West Huron Street
Inst.. J.H Everything except SS., HS.
Bus., Math, Sc., Art, IA., Eng., . February 18,1968 7 to 10 P.M
Guid., Sp. Ed type A, Pere. Dev., Adj.. F b u r ,1 687t U r M
Study, Sp. Corr.
Vasser, Mich. - Elem., J.H. - Math,
H.Vs - I.A., Eng ES.S. DONATION ...$1.50
Wyoming, Mich. - Elem. - Guid.(
Read., Art, Mus., Type A, J.H. - Eng.,iCkets available at the door
Math, Sci., Mus., Lib., H.S. - Eng.,
Math. Sci., Mus., Lib. All proceeds to Washtenaw County League for Planned Parenthond
Wilmette, 1ll. - Elem., J.H. -Sc
Math, Eng/S.S., Typ., art, Muss, Soc. ____

Publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times onl request; D~ay
Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
intormation cali 764-9270.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18
Day Calendar
University t sical .Societ - FLa

Doctoral
examinations
Doctoral Examination for: Moham-
med Kamal El-Ebrashi, Dental Mater-
ials and Metallurgical Engineering,
Thesis: '.Stress Analysis and Design
of Fixed Dental Structures by Two
Dimensional Photo-elasticity," on Mon-
day, Feb. 19 at 10 a.m. in Room 1516
School of Denistry, Chairman: R. G.
Craig.
Piacertet'di

Latngt akspeetdte u~esa y uia acieyy-arly
Last night, Mark's presented the Music Quartet - Rackham Auditor-
Stelmajo String Quartet, a local ium, 2:30 p.m.
group of serious young musicians School of Music Recital - Eugene
playing Mozart and Haydn. Gonzalez. Clarinet: School of Music
Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m.
The Stelmajo, an acronym for e,
second violinist Andrew Stein, Cinema Guild - John Frankenheim-
cellist Evelyn Elsing, violist Sarah er's The Manchurian Candidate: Arch-
MacNeil and first violinist Ama- itecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
lia Joono, plays with professional1
grace and polish. Despite some Ely
minor problems with intonation,
particularly in slow movements, Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
and an occasional slip on an at- inar - "Communication Skills for
tack, they leave the listener with Managers: Letter and Report writing
the impression that he has heard Workshop" - Dr. Duncan Laird,, Staff
very competent, dedicated and Manager, Training Information Ser-
vices Department, United Air Lines -
sensitive group. Joseph R. Hayes, Training Administra-
The heart of the quartet is tor, Simpson Lee Paper Company,
"How to Modernize Your Business
Miss Joono, principal violinist of Writing": Conference Room, Michigan
the University Symphony, who Union, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
stands out as far and away the
most accomplished member of the Neuropsychopharmacy Training Pro-
group. Her excellence, in fact, gram - Drugs, Brain and Behavior
Seminar - Dr. R. J. VonBaumgarten,
sometimes is detrimental to the Research Neurophysiologist and Pro-
ensemble quality of the quartet. fessor of Physiclogy, Mental Health Ie-1

W., Lib., P.E., EMH.
Setauket, N.Y. (S. Village Cent. Sch.)
- All fields.

Try Daily Classifieds

GENERAL DIVISION
Announcement: Graduate and FacultyI
applicants for summer appointments
to Argonne National Laboratory -
deadline for applications has been
extended to Feb. 23, 1968. Faculty ap-
pts. for summer or one year. MA/MS'
and PhD candidates, having complet-
ed one semester min. grad study, sum-C
mer or 1-2 semester tems. Postdoc-
toral research appts. for students
within one year of completing PhD.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS:
Interview appointments for the fol-
lowing companies may be made upj
to 4:00 day preceding visit.
Monday, Feb. 26
Jordan Marsh, Florida, Miami, Fla.
- M & F BA Econ, and MA Econ for
Mgmt. Trng. and merchandising.
Wednesday, Feb. 28
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission,
Washington, D C. - M & F AM only.
Masters degrees in Econ., Hist. ands
Poli. Scl. for Public Administration.
Summer Placement Service, 212 S.
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Announcements of Positions avail-
able for summer employment, come
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Tuesday, Feb. 27
Alpena, Mich. - Elem. - Voc, Type
A, J.H. - H.E., IA/S.S., Sci., Math, Fr.,
Span., Eng., I.A~, H.S. - Math, IA.,
Eng., Sc.
Rudyard, Mich. - Elem. - K-6, Rem.
Read., Type A & B, Sp. Corr. Sec. -
All fields.
Warren Mich. (Consolidated Schs.)
- Elem - K-6, Voc., P.E., Strings, Art,
Lib., J.H. - Math/Scl., LA/S.S., I.A.,
H.E., H.S. - Bus., LA. Sci. (no biol.),
Math, Eng., VT, Home Bound, TMR,
Diag., Deaf, EMR.
Highl ind, Ind. - Elem. - K-6, J.
H. - Art, Math, Gen. Sci., H.S. Sp/De-
bate, GPE, Eng. J.H. & H.S. - art,
Sp. Ed., Elem art, lib., & P.E.
Orangeburg, N.Y. - (So. Orange-
town P.S.) - Elem. - K-6, P.E., J.H. -
art, Bus., Eng., H.E., Fr., Span., Math,
PE Coach, Sci., S.S., H.S. - Art, Eng.,
Guild., H.E.. .A., Math, Voc., G.P.E.,
B.P.E., Read., Sci., S.S., Sp. Ther., Mus/
Strings.
Spring Valley, N.Y. - Elem. - K-6,
Sec. All fields, Psych., Guid., Sp. Ther.,
Lib., Read., Emot. Hdcp., Nurse, Pre-
Sch.

Amalia Joono and Andrew Stein

Warsaw Chamber Group
Performs with Finesse

Stein plays a very good second
violin but is too often overshad-
owed by Miss Joono. Miss Mac-
Neil and Miss Elsing are more
than adequate in their parts, al-
though both come through as,
somewhat murky in solo passages.
Miss Elsing, in solo passages par-
ticularly, has a slightly raspy tone
that can become quite irritating.
The group opened the evening
with Mozart's Quartet in C Ma-
jor, a vigorous, effervescent work.
After an excellent first movement,
the quartet became somewhat bog-
ged down in minor intonation
problems in the slow movement,
but recovered its balance in the
final Presto. Despite the prob-
lems, the slow movement offered
some of the best ensemble playing
of the evening.
The Quartet in F Minor by
Joseph Haydn was probably the
Stelmajo's finest effort, despite a
couple of minor slips by Miss
Joono. In the last of four move-
ments, a fugue, the quartet

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By R. A. PERRY
It was an evening not of pro-
fundity but of pleasantry. Last
night at Rackham Auditorium,
the Warsaw Chamber Orchestra
flattered the ear and the mind
with the sweet and clever ameni-
ties of 17th century string music.
The tone of the concert was uni-
form, broken by no intimations of
Sturn and Drang, and thus, as
Shaw once wrote of a concert,
"I though over my past life ex-
haustively, and elaborated sev-
eral plans for the future. Finally,
I had a long and delicious sleep."
Few words are needed to des-
cribe the program. The calm of
Corelli, the inventiveness of Viv-
aldi, and the dolor of Pergolesi
were all in evidence. The most
esoteric name on the program was
that of Adam Jarzebski, and his
"Tamburetta," played with spic-
cato bowing, proved a popular de-
light with the audience.
Highlighted on the program
was Bach's Concerto for Violin
in E Major. Looking like an amal-
gam of Greta Garbo and Phyllis
Diller, soloist Wanda Wildomir-
ska performed in a controlled and
full-toned manner that was
nevertheless not without lapses
in intonation and note-accuracy.
There was an exciting tension in
her playing of the outer move-
ments, and true feeling for the
introspective Adagio.
The Warsaw Chamber Orches-
tra, composed of fifteen young
and highly accomplished music-
tans, pleased the audience im-
mensely with a well-disciplined
precision that never failed in
even the quietest arpeggios.
Though one wonders what they
can do with composition other
than Baroque, this-musical or-
The following teaching positions j
will be open for the 1968-69
school year in the Ottawa Hills
School System:
UNGRADED ELEMENTARY: Up-
per Primary, Lower Primary,
Upper Intermediate, Lower In-
termediate, Kindergarten, Phy-
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SECONDARY: English, Mathemat-
ics, Comprehensive Science,
Girls' Physical Education.
Applications may be secured by
writing to Larry W. Geresy,
Superintendent, 2532 Evergreen
Road, Toledo, Ohio 43606.

ganization deserves to rank with
their compatriots, the Moscow
Chamber Orchestra.
One facet of their playing that
deserves special mention is the
way in which they meshed all
musical lines without ever being
subservient to tt istvni

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1_St. Catherine's School, Richmond,
The University of Michigan Senate Va. - Summer School Director open-
Assembly Agenda. ing.
Note: Place of meeting Rackham NASA Kennedy Space Center, Fla.-
Lecture Hall, 3:15 p.m. All fields of engineering, Jrs. and Srs.,
1. Approval of the minutes of the should have taken Summ~er Jobs in
meetings of Nov. 13, 1967, Dec. 18, Federal Agencies Exam.
1967 and Jan. 15, 1968. City of Detroit, Civil Service Com-f
2. Announcements mission opening, prefer residents of
3. Composition of Civil Liberties Detroit proper.
Board (Proposal that the Civil Liber- Harbor Beach Resort Association,
ties Board's membership be increased Harbor Beach, Mich. - Opening for
from 10 to 16 members, including 10 married couple, also opening for pool
faculty, 2 administrators, and 4 stu- and sailing directors, good pay, must
dens.) stay through Labor Day.
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sified Research at the University of U.S., Montana, Landscape architect
Michigan, dated January 16, 1968. position, no federal exam necess.
5. Distribution of Committee Re- Wildwood Nature Center, Barre,
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DUUGI-1GiG wide lf~bviui- shined, playing with precision!.
Indeed, concertmaster Karol Teu- and vigor.
tsch went out of his way to de- The group filled the second setj
accentuate his part and to inte- with the Mozart Quartet in E-
grate it with the whole. Their flat Major and the Haydn Quar-
sound was not precise in a ma- tet in G Major. They got off to
chine-like way, but was quite an excellent start in the contra-
warm and expressive. punctual adagio first movement,
Four encores proved that they but slipped badly in the closing
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such felicitous Baroque wall- sicians seemed to have difficulty
paper music all night, and the finding their pitch. The Haydn,
audience roused themselves out however, showed a great deal of
of their peaceful languor to grant improvement.
a final standing ovation. The Stelmajo, if it can over-
The Chamber Music Festival come a tendency to become a solo
concludes this afternoon with a violin with trio accompaniment,
concert by the Early Music Quar- has the potential to become an
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