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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1955

PAGETWO ~lEMI~hGANDAIL SATRDA, OCOBE 30,1__

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Czechs, Give Spirited4

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By JEFFREY K. CHAhE
PROGRAM

Dvorak: "Carnival" Overture,'
*Op.92,
Martlnu: Symphony.No. 4
Janacek: Taras Bulba: A Rhap-
sody for Orchestra
Andrea's Death,
Ostap's Death
The Death of Taras
Smetana: Symphonic Poem:
"The Moldau"
The Czech Philharmonic 01'-
chestra last evening showed them-
selves to be a spirited and exciting
ensemble.

Under conductor Vaclav Neu-
mann, this orchestra's goal is not
that "great American ideal"-the
lush sound of the Philadelphia
Orchestra strings ,- because it
knows that good music doesn't'
have to be in caressing guises to
enrapture an audience; good mu-
sic well performed can stand on
its'own merits.
The Czech sound is a thin but
solid one which permits both crisp
rhythmic articulation and tran-
parent melodic interplay.
All compositions performed
spring from the influence of Slav-
onic folklore; Dvorak and Smeta-
na being among the founders of

LoncertDAILY OFFICIAL
the Czech nationalistic school,
with Martinu and especially Jan-. ....................
acek their successors. The Daily Official Bulletin is an chide the teacher's oath,
The "Carnaval" is a nice, light official publication of' the Univer- statement, the social scur
piece with which to begin a con- sity of Michigan, for which The and the Bureau, of Appoir
Michgan lliy assumes no editor- eial. The oath should
cert; it gets the audience in the ial responsibility. Notices should be soon as possible in Roor
right mood. The more profound sent in TYPEWRtITTE~N form to versity School. The offs
Martinu Symphony is one of the Room 3519 Administration Bldg, be- f'romn 8-12 and 1-5, Monday
impotantworks by that compos- fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding cday.
importantpublication, and by 2 p.m. Friday
er. The Czech group gave it a for Saturday and Sunday. General Joint Judiciary Council:.
fine scope of form in time with Notices may be published a maxi- ing" of the Joint Judiciary
their sensitive feeling for buildingI mum of two times on request; Day the night of Oct. 27, 1965,
towrd limx. hefirt ad sc- Calendar items appear once only. injg cases were heard:
towad cima. Te fist nd ec- Student organliatlon noticesĀ§ are not Violation of University R
ond movements were performed accepted for pu~blication. a) 1 student, conduct ui
especially well, with precision of! student in that he commi
'toal ttck ndexcteentofSATURDAY, OCTOBER 36 ism, Assigned to work thi
tona atack nd xcitmen ofof two full working days
rhythmic drive. sate for his vandalism.
Te"Taras Bulba" piece, a mu- { Daly C.alediar b) 1 student, conduct u:
sical adaptation of the novel by student in that he was in
IN. V. Gogol, is a sonorous work, Football-U-M vs. Wisconsin: Michi- I session of a staff paid par
although not as profund, perhaps, gan Sadiumi, 1:30 p.m. $5fnfretEsik
thPatiuSmpoyfmks essional Theatre Program Per- 1, 1966.
asteMriuShnmks formiance-APA Company in Archibald, ----
effective use of the organ's tone Mces' "Herakles" : Lydia Mendels- Summary of Action Taken
colors and concludes with a se-sonTet, 2:30 and 8 p.m. Government Council at]I
October 28, 196.
ries of post-romantic sonorities School of Music Organ Recital-Wil-4 Appointed: Rachel Amac
which never' fail to stimulate the Liam Whitehead: Hill Aud., 4:15 p.m. Daniels to the Credential
audience to loud applause. Committee.
IThe popular "Moldau' 'is a wel- Sof l of Music Concert-University Approved: Resignation o:
ofMichigan Men's Glee Club, Philip piano as chairman of theS
come friend which shows us how A. Duey, director and New York Uni-
effective a beautiful melody can versity Men's Glee Club, Alfred Green-
be.i field, director: Hill Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.

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the health nial Committee.I
[ty number, Appointed: Cindy Sampson, chairman
ztments ma- of Sesquicentennial Committee.
be taken as Appointed: Corky Cordes as member
my 1431 Uni- of Sponsorship Board.
Ice is open Approved: That Section 9-b-4 of the
through Fri- Election. Rules Sept.~ 23," 1965 be re-}
scinded in form of deletion.E

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And what is a Czech concert
without a Dvorak "Slavonic
without a Dvorak "Slavonic
Dance?" The patient, applauding
audience was rewarded with two
of these gems as encore.

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Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
General .Notices
Lecture: The Dept. of Romance Lan-
guages presents a lecture and reading
of poetry by the distinguished French
poet, Francis Ponge, on' Mon., Nov. 1,
at 4:10 p.m., in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre. His subject will be "Du Parti
Pris des Choses a l'Objeu."
December Teacher's Certificate Can-
,didates: All of the requirements for the
tahr's certificate must be completed
byeNche 15.1 These requirements in-

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2:30 and 8 p.m.-The- Profes-
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sent the' APA in "Herakles" at
the Mendelssohn Theatre.
4:15 p.m.' William Whitehead
of the music school will give an,
organ recital at Dill Aud.
6:30 pm,,-The India Students
Association Banquet will be held
at the Michigan Union Ballroom.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present "Rififi" at the Architec-
ture Aud.
7 and 9:30 p.m-The University
of Michigan Men's Glee Club, di-
rected by Philip A. Duey, and the
New York University Men's Glee
Club, directed by Alfred Greefield,
will give a concert at Hill Aud.

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