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THE MICHIGAN D AILY

PROGRAM NOTES:
Choristers To Audition
For SingingPositions

Students

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By CAROLINE DOW j
University Choral Union audi-
tions for new members will con-
tinue through Wednesday.
Any interested singer can have
an audition appointment by call-
Inig NO 8-7513. Old members in
good standing may re-enter upon
application at the University Mu-
sical Society office in Burton Tow-
er not later than Sept. 29.
Rehearsals for the entire 325
person group are held Tuesday
evenings with additional sessions
preceding performances. Begin-
ning in January sectional re-
ning in January sectional re-
hearsals are scheduled on Thurs-
days.
Seasonal productions of the
Choral Union includes two per-
formances of Handel's "Messiah"
with the Musical Society Orches-
tra in December and two concerts
of the annual May Festival with
the Philadelphia Orchestra, con-
ducted by Thor Johnson.
. . ,
The lives tof Mao Tse Tung and
Chaing Kai-Shek during the bit-
ter decade between 1927 and 1937
will be examined by Prof. Peter
Gosling of the geography depart-
ment tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. on
WXYZ-TV.
Using a rare documentary film
shot in China twenty years ago,
Prof. Gosling examines Chiang's
purge of the Communists in 1927,
the massive extermination cam-
paigns against the Communist ar-
mies in the early 1930's and the
Communist's retreat to North
China in 1935.
Edward Lord Bridges, a life-long
British civil servant, will describe
his government and his life at 9
a.m. Sunday on WXYZ-TV.
He is to participate in a panel
with Prof. James Pollock, chair-
man of the political science 4e-
partment, and Prof. Arthur East-
man of the English department,
in a program entitled "Portrait of
a Peer."
Hans Heymann, economist for
RAND Corporation will explain
the reasons for Russia's apparent
success in the technological race
on "Soviet Technology" at 9:45
a.m. Sunday on WXYZ-TV.
Prof. Niel Snortum, of the En-
glish department, will discuss the
Sophomores
Choose 'Bells'
For '60 Show
"Bells Are Ringing" has been
chosen for the 1960 Soph Show
production, central committee
chairmen Cody Engell and Mar-
shal Kanter announced recently.
The only co-educational class
activity at the University, Soph
Show will hold the first mass meet-
ing for interested sophomores
Sept. 28. Sophomores will build
all the scenery, handle publicity,
tickets, and make-up and cast and
direct the production.
"There is a place in Soph Show
for everyone in the school-from
backstage work to tickets to, per-
haps best of all, the audience,"
Diane Jacobson and Sam Zell, co-
chairmen, say.

influence of the railroads on the
American frontier at noon Sun-
day on WWJ-TV.
Along with Prof. John Kohl, di-
rector of the Universities Trans-
portation Institute and Cleland B.
Wyllie of the University Informa-
tion and News Service, he will dis-
cuss twenty-five years of railroad
cnstruction during which the
frontier disappeared and America
emerged as a world power.
* * *
"Invitation to a March," star-
ring Shelley Winters will open at
the Cass Theater season in De-
troit, Sept. 26.
The Theater Guild is sponsoring
the comedy by Arthur Laurents,
who is also the author of two
smash hit musicals on Broadway,
"West Side Story" and "Gypsy."
Academy Award winning Miss
Winters portrays the role of Ca-
milla Jablonski, a warm independ-
ent and affectionate woman who
conforms only to her own set of
values, thereby making humor-
ous havoc of people's lives.

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