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., E MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1965

PAGE TWO TIlE MICUIGAN IiAILY THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1965

Szell and Cleveland Symphony
Perform in Brilliant Concert

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Across
Campus

By MARK R. KILLINGWORTH
A year or so ago George Szell
was the guest conductor of the
New York Philharmonic during
Leonard Bernstein's sabbatical. In
an interview discussing his reac-
tions to the Philharmonic, Szell
said, "It takes the men some
time to get used to being conduct-
ed again, but after that, they're
a fine orchestra."
Last night, Ann Arbor was

treated to Szell with his own
orchestra, and-quite unlike the
Bernstein,. who gave an abomin-
able concert here two years ago-
it was obvious that Szell is as
used to his orchestra as they are
to him.
The evening began with Four
Essays for Orchestra, by Tadeusz
Baird, a young neo-romantic com-
poser who is decidedly more neo-
than romantic. The excellent solo

LA SCALA OPERA:
P Falters on theScreen

By O. RANIERI DI SORBELLO
The celebrated Karajan-Zeffi-
relli-La Scale production of "La
Boheme" is now being shown for
two days all over the U.S. and'
Canada via Warner Brothers color
film. It is indeed difficult' to clas-
sify this as either cinema or opera,
for neither is given its proper due.
This can 'not even be considered
strictly as a recorded stage per-
formance for one is never given
a chance to view Franco Zeffirel-
li's decor as a unit.
The camera, instead of with-
drawing for an occasional long
shot, relentlessly and monotonous-
ly pursues the principles and even
then only lets one view them from
the waist up, so that much' of the
movement is dissipated' by this
static approach. For the first two
acts this proves so disconcerting
that one almost feels tempted to
leave, for .Miss Freni's features are
neither that'lovely nor expressive
enough to bear this prolonged
scrutiny.
This sort of' concentration is
offered not only to the protagon-
ists but also to their physical pos-
sessions, such as the lingering
shots of Colline's books. One cer-
tainly would not like to surmise
what effect .such an approach
would do for the 'flimsy produc-
tions presented by the Met or the
Lyric of Chicago. Fortunately Mr.
Zeffirelli's detailed and sturdy sets

stand up well to this. sort of mic-
roscopic viewing, making one wish
all the more to have seen this
production in its proper perspec-
tive.
The sound track does not do
justice to the performance, nor to
the latest high fidelity achieve-
ments claimed by Warner Bros.
Although one is not certain
whether the fault lies with War-
ner Bros. or the Michigan The-
atre's, one is more inclined to be-
lieve the latter to be at fault.
The persons responsible for the
film direction and camera work
were certainly unfamiliar with
Puccini's opera, for in many of the
quartets and ensembles the camera
takes a close-up of one or two in-
dividuals irrespective of whether
they are in the center of action
or not (i.e. the finale of Act II
and Quartet in Act II come im-
mediately to mind).
For future productions let us
hope Warner Bros. will acquire a
new director who is familiar with
the work being performed, or La
Scala or any other theatre in-
volved in such a project will be
wise enough to hire a person ex-
perienced in filmed opera. May I
nominate Mr. Paul Czinner for
any such future projects-to his
credit are the Schwarzkopf-Kara-
jan "Der Rosenkavalier," Furt-
wangler's "Don Giovanni," and the
ballet films for both the Royal
Ballet of England and the Bolshoi.

and ensemble violin playing-and
the excellent changes in dynamics
-made the first and last (adagio)
movements highly expressive. The
second movement (allegretto gra-
zioso), vaguely reminiscent of
Shostakovich, was precise, smooth
and effective, and the third move-
ment, allegro, was exciting in its
use of piano and percussion.
Mozart's Symphony No. 28 :n
C major, K. 200, followed next.
Here Szell and his orchestra
shone. Their precision was un-
canny; their tempi perfect; their
ensemble superb.
The vigorous first movement-
merry, but regal-was followed by
the andante, in which the winds
were outstanding. The horn blend-
ed beautifully with the strings in
the third movement, giving it an
Olympian, serene quality so pe-
culiarly Mozart's, and the difficult
string configurations were breath-
takingly exact in the lyric and
cheerful fourth movement.
After intermission, Szell ended
the concert with a brilliant per-
formance of Tschiakovsky's Fourth
Symphony in F minor, Op. 36.
Tschiakovsky is so ornate he can
sometimes sound dense and over-
grown; but everything was in its
proper place last night.
Although Szell took some sur-
prising liberties in tempo in the
first movement, they were all logi-
cal and, with the masterful
changes in dynamics, almost in-
evitable. Save for a few embarras-
sing moments, the brass shone.
The second movement was some-
what faster than it is usually
played, and perhaps a shade too
fast. But the celli and the winds
were lovely-the celli making a
breathtaking dimenuendo - and
the bassoon and oboe solos were
moving.'
The pizzicato strings made the
third movement pungent and the
brass sounded, as Tschiakovsky
intended, like a far-away band
(the Cleveland Orchestra's ex-
ample may be useful to bands
which have been known to attempt
Tschiakowsky's Fourth in football
stadia). And the fourth movement
finished at a killing pace in a
blaze of glory.
Of course, the nice thing about
Szell is that he never lets himself
get in the way of his music. Un-
like other conductors, he has a
backbone of iron-and an orches-
tra of gold.
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NOTICES
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ly recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are avail-
able in Room 1011 SAB.
s « «
Chess Club, Meeting, Oct. 22, 7:30
p.m. Room 30, Union.
Cerce Francais, Baratin, Thurs., Oct.
21, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
« « «
Cervantes Club, Meeting, Thurs., Oct.
21, 7 pm., Room 3B, Michigan Union.
« « «
Christian Science Organization, Thurs-
day evening testimony meeting, Oct.
21, 7:30 p.m., Room 3545 SAB.
Circle society, Meeting: Slides of
European tour, Thurs., Oct. 21, 7 p.m.,
Cave, League.
Graduate History Club, Monthly
meeting. Speaker, Dr. Leslie A. White,
"History and the Concept of Culture,"
Thurs., Oct. 21, 8 p.m., West Con-
ference Room, Rackham.
Guild House, Friday noon luncheon,
Ted S. Daniel, Ann Arbor housing de-
veloper, formerly with FHA and Foun-
dation for Cooperative Housing: "Hous-
ing the Student," Oct. 22, 12-1 p.m.
Guild House, 802 Monroe.
* * *
Folk Dance Club, Folk dance with in-
struction, Fri., Oct. 22, 8-11 p.m., Bar-
bour Gym.
Young Americans for Freedom, Dr.
Philip Crane speaking on "The Great
Society," Thurs., Oct. 21, 8:30 p.m.,
League Ballroom.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21
Day Calendar
University Management Seminar -
"Orientation to Supervisory Practices":
Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
Mental Health Research Seminar -
Terence Williams, Harvard University,
"Dissection, Experiment, Ultrastructure.
Three Studies in the Autonomic Nerv-
ous System": 1057 MHRI, 2:15 p.m.
Office of Religious Affairs Lecture-.
Hans Hofmann, ThD, Center for the
Study of Personality and Culture, Inc.,
Mass., "Religion as a Restriction": Mul-
tipurpose Room, Undergraduate Library,
4:15 p.m.
Cinema Guild-"Olympia," Part II:
Architecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
Office of Religious Affairs Lecture-
Hans Hofmann, ThD, "Religion as a
Challenge": Multipurpose Room, Under-
graduate Library, 7:30 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program Per-
formance-APA Company in "You Can't
Take it With You": Mendelssohn
Theatre, 8 p.m.
Dept. of Speech, Student Laboratory
Theatre-Wishes to announce its sec-
ond presentation of the 1965-66 school
year, the comic one-act play, "Helena's
Husband" by Philip Moeller.
The admission-free public perform-
ance is on Thurs., Oct. 21. The time
is 4:10 p.m. in the Arena Theatre,
Frieze Bldg.
Open Meeting: The Research Club in
Language Learning presents Guy Ca-
pele who will speak on "Criteria for
the Selection of' Language Teaching
Items," Thurs., Oct. 21, Rm. 3003 N'o.
Univ. Bldg., 8 p.m. Short business meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m.
The William W. Cook Lectures on
American Institutions: Lecture II by Dr.
Leslie W. Dunbar, "Second Reconstruc-
tion," 4:15 p.m., Rackham Amphithea-
tre.
Faculty Workshop in 'Programmed
Instruction - Center for Research on
Learning and Teaching. George L. Geis,
director of workshop. North Campus
Commons. Topic: "Educational Objec-
tives," 1 p.m.
General Notices
National Science Foundation Gradu-
ate Fellows now studying under one-
year fellowships, or in the second-year
continuations of two-year awards have
been mailed material to apply as re-
newal applicants for tenure in 1966-67.
If material is not received within a
week, report to Graduate Fellowship Of-
fice. Room 110 Rackham Bldg. Appli-
cations must be in Washington by Dec.
10, 1965.
National Science Foundation Post-
doctoral Fellowship applications are due
in Washington by Dec. 13. A descrip-
tive brochure may be consulted in the
Graduate Fellowship Office, Room 110
Rackham Bldg.

Fuibright-Hays Lectureships and Re. Democratic Union), Germany, Oct. 24- ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
search Awards are still avtailable for 26. VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please TURSDAY, OCT. 2
1966-67. List of openings may be con- Keisuke Kobori. deputy director of sign schedule posted at 128-H West 2:15 p.m.-Terence Williams of
suited in the Graduate Fellowship Of- the legal affairs dept. of the Civil Ad- Engrg.
fice, Room 110 Rackham Bldg. ministration, Okinawa, Oct. 24-27. TUES., OCT. H6--arvard University will speak on
Funio Inoue, asst. superintending Cities Service Oil Co. ,Res. & Dev. "Dissection. Experiment, Ultra-
Students, College of Engineering: The procurator, Okinawa, Oct. 24-27. Dept., Tulsa, Okla.-MS-PhD: ChE, EM. structure - Three Studies in the
final day for DROPPING COURSES Mosai Yonamine. senior procurator, PhD: EE, ME. Math & Physics. Citi- Autonomic Nervous System," in
WITHOUT RECORD will be Fri, Oct. 22. Central Public Procurator's Office, zens & non-citizens becoming U.S. citi- .Rm 1057 Mental Health Research
A course may be dropped only with the Okinawa, Oct. 24-27. zen. Res.
permission of the classifier after con- W. R. Grace & Co., Dewey & Almy Institute.
ference with the instructor.,Pla Chem. Divs., Cambridge, Mass.-BS-MS: 4:15 p.n.-Hans Hofmann will
- aCemell ChE, CE, EM, ME. BS: E Math, E s
Students, College of Engineering: The Physics, IE. Citizens & non-citizens be- ,, .
final day for REMOVAL OF INCOM- POSITION OPENINGS: coining U.S. citizen. R. & D., Prod. & tion in the Multipurpose Rm. of
PLETES will be Fri., Oct. 22. Petitions Sales. the UGLI.
for extension of time must be on file State of Michigan-Various openings Harnischfeger Corp., Milwaukee, Wis. 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
in the Records Office on or before including food service supv., highway -BS: CE, EE, IE. ME. Dec. grads. R.
Fri., Oct. 22. All incompletes not tak- traffic engr., admin. analyst, labor & D., Des., Prod. & Sales, show "Olympia, Part II" in the
en care of will be converted to "E." standards inspector, dentists & physi- n Hooker Chemical Corp., Niagara Falls, Architecture Aud.
clans. Also Child Care Worker, min. N.Y., North Tonawanda, N.Y., Detroit, 7:30 p.m.-Hans Hofmann will
University Players Season Coupons:* r.clee oexe.rq g 16 Mich.-BS-MS: ChE. Des., Prod. & Plant speak on "Religion as a Chal-
There are still 194 persons who hold Application deadline Nov. 8. Engrg.
University Players season coupons and Wisconsin State Govt., Madison-An- Lawrence Radiation Lab., Livermore, lenge" in the Multipurpose Rm. of
have not yet exchanged them for their nounces career candidate program for Calif.-Any Degree: EE, ME. BS-MS: the UGLI.
tickets. Best seats may be obtained mgmt. & staff services, law, engrg., ChE, Nuclear. BS: Meteor. & Ocean. 8 p.m.-The Professional The-
by mailing these coupons to Univer- arch. & planning, financial exam, ac- R. & D. atre Program will present the APA
sity Players, U-M Dept. of Speech, counting, medical services, conserva- The Lubrizol Corp., Cleveland, Ohio a , ,,
Frieze Bldg., Ann Arbor 48104, tion, writing & editing, etc. Grads in -Any Degree: ChE. BS: ME. R. & D. in. "You Cant Take It With ou
Lib. Arts, Engrg., Acctg., Law, Lib. City of Philadelphia, Phila., Pa. - at Mendelssohn Theatre.
Statistics Seminar: Prof. P. S. Dwyer Sci., Math Res., Soc. Sciences, etc. may BS: ChE, CE, EE, ME. MS: Sanitary. FRIDAY OCT. 22
will continue talking on "Some Appli- apply for beginning level profession- R. & D., Des. 4
cations of Matrix Derivatives in Multi- al positions. York Corp., Subsidiary of Borg-War- :15 p.mn.-Hans Hofmann will
variate Analysis" at 4 p.m., Thurs., Oct. The Children's Home, Hamilton, Ohio ner Corp., York, Pa. & major U.S. cities speak on "Religion as a Feel of
21 in Room 3201 Angell Hall. -Group worker & Social Work Direc- -BS: ChE, IE & ME. R. & D., Des., Life" in the Multipurpose RIn. of
tor. Master'srdegrees req. Pref. exper., Prod., Sales & Service.
Student Government Council Approval but not required. TUES.-WED., OCT. 26-27- fthe dUGL.m.-ieagidwl
of the following student-sponsored State of California-Associate Engrg. Allen-Bradley Co., Milwaukee, Wis.- .7 and 9 p-m-Cinema Guild will
events becomes effective 24 hours after positions including Civil, Hydraulic BS-MS: EE. BS: IE & ME. R. & D., present "Olympia, Part II" at the
the publication of this notice. All structures. & Hydraulic Ers. 2-3 yrs. Des., Prod., Sales. Architecture Aud.
publicity for these events must be exper. plus Civil Engrs. registration. Standard Oil Co. (Ohio),' Cleveland, 8 p.m.-The Professional The-
withheld until the approval has become Dept. of Education, Toronto, Ontario Ohio-BS-MS: ChE. R. & D., Prod.
effective. '-Research Officers for Youth Branch. -- atre lProgram will present the APA
Approval request forms for student All degree levels in econ., soc., educ. in "You Can't Take It With You"
sponsored events are available in Room &psych, Courses in statistics & res. +Thet'enelsonTheatre.
1011 of the SAB. methodology. Exper. in Educ.. Econ., Jonfl h Palye11
ora Soc. Work.hetre

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University of Michigan Young Amer-
icans for Freedom, Speech by Dr. Phil-
ip Crane, Oct. 21, League Ballroom,
8:30 p.m.
Lecture. Geology-Mineralogy Journal
Club and the Museum on Anthropology
present Father Emiliano Aguirre of the
Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales,
Madrid, Spain, who will speak on
"Pleistocene faunas and Paleolithic Cul-
tures in Western Europe," Thurs., Oct.
21, 4 p.m., 2054 Natural Science Bldg.
Foreign Visitors
The following are the foreig- visi-
tors programmed through the Interna-
tional Center who will be on campus
this week on the dates indicated. Pro-
gram arrangements arerbeing made by
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
Center. 764-2148.
Chuichi Suzuki, president, Legal
Training Research Institute of the Su-
preme Court of Japan, Tokyo, Japan.
Oct. 17-21.
Five' student leaders from Spain: An-
tonio Gimeno Guspinera, University
of Madrid; Antonio Ezora y Domin-
guez, University of Madrid;, Alfonso
Sureda Carrion, University of Barce-
lona; Jaime Quintana Gomez, Univer-
sity of Valladolid; Jose Ramon Bar-
raca de Ramos, University of Madrid;
John Cendoya, interpreter, Oct. 17-21.
Marton Pesci, director of the Insti-
tute of Geography, Hungarian Academy
of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, Oct.
17-22:
Mrs. Marton Pesci, lecturer at the
Petrographical Dept., University of
Budapent, Budapest, Hungary, Oct. 17-
22.
- Prabha. Sahasrabudhe, director, Chil-
dren's Art Museum, New Delhi, India,
Oct. 19.
Miss Winifred Whitfield, Institute
of International Education, New York,
N.Y., Oct. 20-22.
Miss Kamala Nair, first secretary, Ed-
ucation Dept., Embassy of India, Wash-
ington, D.C., Oct. 22-24.
Mrs. Hanna Wals, deputy, State Par-
liament, Hessen Landtag (Christian

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essing & Acctg. Supv. Degree or equiv.
in math, acctg. or rel. plus 3 yrs. exper.
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& 2 yrs. acctg. exper.; or equiv. educ.
& exper.
Garden City Public School, Garden
City, Mich.-Purchasing Agent. Immed.
opening. Degree, "B" average pref. Ex-
per, desirable but not required.
Methodist Publishing House, Nashville,
Tenn.-Ass't. Editor Trainee. Man or
woman. BA or MA in English or Journ.
Interest in career in book publishing.
Mgmt. Consultants, N.Y.C. - Ass't.
Research Director for mfr. of drugs,
toiletries & specialties. PhD req. Un-
dergrad degree in chem. or pharm. 7
yrs. exper. in pharmacology, toxicology,
pharm. compounding.
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For further information, please; call
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pointments, 3200 SAB.
TEACHER PLACEMENT:
The following schools have vacancies
to be filled foi this semester-NOW:
Novi, Mich. - Male stubstitute who
can teach Industrial Arts.
Wayne, Mich.-J.H. Soc. Stud., Elem.
Girls PE.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
Educ. Div., 764-7462.

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