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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Need for Atlantic Federation Stressed

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Gina Bachauer To Present
Third Concert in Series

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The University Choral Union's
third concert will be played here
by Gina Bachauer, pianist from
Greece, at 8:30 p.m. Monday in
Hill Aud.
Mme. Bachauer's program in-
cludes "Sonata in A Major, Opus
2, No. 2" by Beethoven; "Sonata in
F Minor, Opus 5" by Brahms;
"Three Preludes"' by Debussy;
"Fantasy in F Minor" and "Three
Etudes from Oput 25" by Chopin.
She first appeared in Ann Arbor
with the Philadelphia Orchestra ins
the 1957 May Festival. At that
time she played the Brahms "Sec-
ond Concerto."
Native - of Athens, Mme. Bach-
auer studied piano at the Athens
Conservatory. She later was a stu-
dent with Cortot in Paris and with
Sergei Rachmaninoff. She gave
concerts in France, Italy, Yugo-
slavia, Austria and Egypt. During
her preparation for a third Italian
tour, the war broke out in Greece.
Over 600 concerts and recitals
were given in Egypt and the Near
East in army camps and hospitals
during the war by Mme. Bachauer.
She has played with nearly every
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Near East.
A limited number of tickets is
still available for this concert and
may be purchased in the Univer-
sity Musical Society Offices, Bur-
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SPARKING CAMPUS INTEREST-Mrs. Chase Osborn, '22, spoke
to a group of local people interested in Atlantic Union over lunch
in the Union. She is secretary for North America of the Interna-
tional Movement for Atlantic Union and has attended meetings
in Boston and Paris this year.

Top m en go

What is important, she contin-
ued, is assembling a convention of
"citizen-delegates" to discuss the
matter.
Sherfished a "partial list" of
the National Council of the At-
lantic Union Committee of the
United States from her briefcase.
The 200 names included the
Presidents of Georgia, Rochester,
Missouri, - Purdue, Temple, and
Texas Universities, as well as

Chester Bowles, Spyros Skouras,
Edwin Teller, and Harry Truman.
"I heard Teller say in a room

with seven people that federation
is the only answer but the Ameri-
can people are not ready for it
and are in for a series of body
blows," Mrs. Osborn said.
Gavin on List
She produced a supplement to
the National Council list, It in-
cluded Gen. James M. Gavin and
President Harold Brake Walker of
McCormick Theological Seminary.'
Mrs. Osborn explained she was
going to Detroit on leaving Ann
Arbor, and would be in Moline
and Geneseo, Ill., over the week-
end.
"Then I'm going back to Wash-
ington," she said. "I vote in Sault
Ste. Marie, theoretically live in
southern Georgia, but spend most
of my time in Washington."

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