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September 15, 1958 - Image 22

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Individual Responsibiliy, DemocraticP n
Economic Living Highlight Co-Operative Ho
The members of the co-operative to visiti
system at the University are a Buchee
proud group. secreta
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UNtSITT M SIlALC'E be. They belong to one of the and dis
V C most self-sufficient and democratic of a co
student movements in the nation," you jus
:Neil Munro, '59, Inter-Cooperative enes w
Council president, saidal lv
The approximately 230 members aStill{
here are spread over eight houses. John L
There are three men's houses,a-
four for women and one for mar- "More
ried students. Within these houses housing
each member is expected to put inr ahbig
about five hours weekly washing you ha
dishes, cooking, house cleaning ou an
and fulfilling the other tasksnyua
necessary to the running of anyw
household. Each house, besides a The
president and meal steward, has, in the
E.a manager weo administrates the s: the de
Eightieth Annual Choral Union Series work. House decisions are made at dents t
meetings in which each member rented
has one vote. Iadies.
ROBERTA PETERS . ......... . . Wednesday, October 1 CouncCoordinat rents t
The whole system is co-ordi- World
Coloratura soprano, young prima donna of the "Met" and concert stage; often seen on television. nated by the Inter-Cooperative their o
Council, which oversees the pur- Toda
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . . Saturday, October 18 chase of new houses, buys food in in aco
wholesale lots for the use of all S {ter.
CHARLES MUNCH, Music Director, will conduct this famous group in its twenty-eighth annual visit to the houses and handles other mat- Whil
Ann Arbor. ters of general policy self -rur
Each house elects one ICC rep- > impose
resentative for every ten members.eiai re
There are two distinct values to women
Piano virtuosa from Athens, Greece, who thrilled her May Festival audience in 1957, returns for her first co-op living, according to Munro. to have
recital here. First is learning to bear responsi- a .,zs be elec
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF MEXICO . Tuesday, November 11 "Responsibility is pushed onXheDe
You," he said. If you dont fulfill
LUIS HERRERA DE LA FUENTE, Conductor. Invited to perform at the Brussels World's Fair; will then it, if you don't cook the food, wash
tour the United States for the first time. the dishes or stoke the furnace, no Like
one else will."',.ations,
JEROME HINES Monday, November 24 Forty Live Together -DailyRicard Blss Univers
"It's not always fun to realize CO-OP HOUSE-An inexpensive alternative to dormitory or affili- three F
....American basso of the Metropolitan Opera Company. Famed for his vocal artistry and the dramatic impact this, he added. "And the problem ated living is co-operative housing. There are eight houses on were f
of his personality. A first appearance here. is increased when you must run campus. operati'
the house with about 40 other 1884.
NATHAN MILSTEIN ...Monday, January 5 people, many of whom have differ- must be educated to the principle In one house, he pointed out, They
ent backgrounds. of equal responsibility." Koreans, Pakistanis, Indians, Chi- on vot
Violinist of world-wide fame and distinction. This will make his ninth visit to Ann Arbor, including May "In fact some people come into The second value, he feels, is nese, French and Latin-Americans "equal
Festival appearances. the co-ops who have never worked the "cosmopolitan atmosphere" of live together. as well
with their hands," he said. "They the houses. Living with people of different benefits
WILLIAM STEINBERG, Conductor, will make his Ann Arbor conducting debut. This orchestra last
played here in 1950.
HOWARD MITCHELL, Conductor, leads a first appearance here of our nation's capital city symphony.
CESARE VALLETTI . . . . . Wednesday, March 11 VOW. N% CO-OP
Lyric tenor of the Metropolitan Opera and La Scala, Milan. Another local debut of a great artist.
ANDRE TCHAIKOWSKY . . . .. . . . . . . Monday, March 23
Young pianist from Poland, praised and recommended by Artur Rubinstein, makes his first Ann Arbor ECONOMICAL LIVING. About $14.00 per week for room and board gind
appearance during his second season in America. wee or boarders only. Sharing work cuts costs.
10 CONCERTS- Block A, $17.00; Block B, $14.00; are student cont
Block C, $12.00; Block D, $10.00.'privileges
owned -Between 4 and 6 hours work per week.
Thirteenth Annual Extra Concert Series DEMOCRATIC IDEALS: No racial, religious, political, or social discrimina
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . . Monday, October 6
FRITZ REINER, Conductor. Opens its own season in Ann Arbor with the 186th concert here since 1892.
ISAAC STERN . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday, November 5
Violin virtuoso of the finest kind. His recitals are always rare displays of fiery technic and tonal splendour. For information, contact the Inter-Cooperative Council Personnel Cha
BOSTON POPS TOUR ORCHESTRA . . . . Tuesday, January 13 STUDENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING, Office hours, 9-5 ... Phone NO
ARTHUR FIEDLER, Conductor, interprets light classics and special arrangements of popular music, in
their fifth appearance in this series.
RENATA TEBALDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, February 10
Lyric "spinto" soprano of the Metropolitan Opera, and La Scala, Milan. A most anticipated local debut of

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this famous prima donna.
SHAW CHORALE and ORCHESTRA . . (2:30) Sunday, March 15 B'nai B'rith HILLEL Foundai
ROBERT SHAW, Conductor, returns to present another memorable concert of vocal ensemble perfection. University of Michigan
5 CONCERTS: Block A, $8.50; Block B, $7.00; 1429 Hill Street
Block C, $6.00; Block D, $5.00. Sabbath Services Fo
Annual Christmas Concerts Membership Mixers
MESSIAH (Handel) . . . . . . . . . December 6 and 7, 1958 Speakers Pas
TICKETS: 75c and 50c (either concert. On sale beginning October 15. Boys
Nineteenth Annual Chamber Music Festival Concerts
SOCIETA CORELLI (three concerts) . . . February 13, 14, 15, 1959 Herald
SEASON TICKETS: $4.00 and $3.00. On sale beginning October 15. EARY MEMBERSHIP BY MALlWel
Avoid Standing -in Line
Hillel Players FILL IN AND MAIL TODAY- (no later than Sept. 15) -
to: Tommy Schnitzler, 1429 Hill St., Ann Arbor, Mich. eel
Choir Membership Fee - $3.00. Make checks payable to:
HILLEL STUDENT COMMUNITY. Pick up cards at Hillel
SIX CONCERTS . . . . . . . . . . . . April 30, May 1, 2, 3, 1959 beginning Wednesday, Sept, 17.
The Philadelphia Orchestra, EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor, WILLIAM PurimCrv------ ----------------------------
SMITH, Assistant Conductor. University Choral Union, THOR JOHNSON, Name___Free
Guest Conductor, and LESTER McCOY, Conductor. Soloists to be announced. ,, c C..,Im NIr

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