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October 03, 1958 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRI'

University Stanley Quartet
Announces Fall Concerts

Stanley Quartet members are
Gilbert Ross and Gustave Ros-
seels, violins; Robert Courte,
viola; and Oliver Edel, cello.
University concerts will be
given Dctober 14 and November
18 at 8:30 p.m. in the Rackham
Auditorium. The program on Oc-
tober 14 will include "Quartet in
D major, Op. 18, No. 3" by
Beethoven, "Quartet No. 2" (1956)
by Benjamin Lees and "Quartet
in G minor, Op. 10" by Debussy.
For the program on November
18, the quartet will play "Quartet
in G major, Op. 18, No. 2" by
Beethoven, "Quartet in F major"
by Ravel and "Quartet No..2"
(1958) by Leon Kirchner.
This year the Quartet by Kirch-
ner was commissioned by the Uni-
versity and was dedicated to the
Stanley Quartet.
Civic Theatre
O pens S eason
With Sellout
"Death of a Salesman," Ann
Arbor Civic Theatre's opening per-
formance, is a sellout, John W.
Rae, Civic Theater president an-
nounced.
Tickets are still available, how-
ever, at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre for the 8 p.m. perform-
ances of the play for today and
tomorrow, Rae pointed out.
He also added that Ann Arbor
High School will be the scene
Monday for tryouts for the forth-
coming Civic Theatre Play, "Visit
to a Small Planet."
Tryouts will start at 8 p.m. at a
location in the high school that
will be announced later.

Band Plans
Dixie Tunes
At Halftime
A Dixie theme will be depicted
through formations and dance
steps of the University Marching
Band as they visit the Michigan
State University campus tomorrow
at game time.
In a pre-game performance, the
University band will take the field
to salute MSU, followed by a block
"M" and the playing of "The Yel-
low and the Blue."
Fans will then witness a pre-
game preview as the band presents
"I Got Rhythm." Twelve members
of the band will do a dance step
along with the band's presentation.
During halftime,' "The Saints
Come Marching In" will open the
show, followed by a formation of
a skeleton depicting the next rium-
ber, "Dry Bones."
The band will then play "Waitin'
for the Robert E. Lee" and "Got
the Whole World in My Hand" in
concert formation.
Following this, the fast-stepping
band will take on a block forma-
tion, playing the song "Swanee."
For its final number, the entire
marching band will climax the
show with a specially arranged
dance to "The South Rampart
Street Parade."
Miekka Wins
Borden Award
Shirley Miekka, '59Ph, was
awarded the Borden Award for
maintaining the highest scholas-
tic record previous to the senior
year, the pharmacy school an-
nounced.
The award of $300 was award-
ed to Miss Miekka by Dean T. D.
Rowe of the pharmacy-'school at
a special convocation Tuesday.
MIiss Miekka's scholastic average
was 3.4 last year.

Gothic Film Society.
presents
"THE
BATTLESHIP
POTEMKIN"
directed by Eisenstein
and
KINO-EYE GROUP SHORTS

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