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September 13, 1960 - Image 116

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUN

VANCIAL ASSISTANCE:
University Provides Scholarship Help

Baroque Trio Performs
Unique Type of Concerts

By PHILIP SHERMAN

About one million dollars in
cholarship aid was given to Uni-
ersity students last year, Ivan
arker, Assistant Dean of Men,
nounced recently.
In addition to this, he said, an-
ther million was loaned to Uni-
ersity students.
Parker divided scholarship op-
ortunities into three categories.
The first, he noted, are those
iven to entering students, award-
d by May 1 of the semester pre-
eding entrance.
The other two, rirser said,

those given by various schools and
colleges and the general under-
graduate scholarships, are award-
ed to students already attending
the University.
Application for these must be
made around the end of first se-
mester in residence. A "B" aver-
age, Parker commented, is the
practical cutoff point for consid-
eration because of the great com-
petition.
Need, Parker said, is a prime
consideration. About one in four
applicants receive grants, he ex-
plained.

The scholarship awards, which
are announced in May, June and
July are outlined in the booklet,
"University Scholarships, Fellow-
ships and Prizes," available from
the Office of Student Affairs.
In this booklet, the University
explains just what aid is offered,
and the qualifications a student
should have in order to apply for
aid. A wide variety of such aid is
available to different students.
Loans Available
In addition -to scholarships, stu-
dents may receive University aid
in the form of loans, Parker added.

University loans, at three per
cent interest, usually totalfng un-
der six hundred dollars payable at
the end of the semester, are ap-
plied for at the offices of the
deans of men and women.
In addition to this source, Park-
er said, the National Defense Edu-
cation Act loans will be handled by
the University.
All may apply for them, but edu-
cation students receive first prior-
ity, With scientists, mathemati-
cians and modern foreign language
students second, and general stu-
dents third.

"The University is the only such
institution I know of that has a
regularly sponsored organization
to present music of this type,"
commented Prof. Florian Mueller
of the music school.
The Baroque trio, a University
organization since 1955, is com-
posed of Prof. Mueller who plays
the oboe, Prof. Nelson Hauenstein,
flute, and Prof. Marilyn Mason
Brown, harpsichord.
Specializing in music from 1600
to 1750, the group plays composi-
tions of the Baroque period of
music which ends with the death
of Bach.

The playing or much of this
music has been neglected and
many pieces only now are being
made available," Prof. Mueller,
said. "For example, one composi-
tion which we have played was
printed in 1740. We had to have a
photostatic copy made of the re-
cently found music."
The trio presents a concert in
Ann Arbor each semester and
plays engagements throughout
the state.
In Detroit last fall the trio and
the Woodwind Quintet played a
special reception for the French

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