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Wednesday May 8, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Drugs disallow

Dancer's Image

NON-LEAGUE ACTION
Broncos belt 'M' batmen,. 8-

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. {A)-Dancer's
Image, the sore-legged colt which
finished first in the 94th Ken-
tucky Derby last Saturday was'
disqualified as the winner yester-
day because of the presence of a
pain killer in his system.
Stewards at Churchill Downs,
home of the Derby, said Calumetx5.
Farm's Forward Pass would be }
recognized as the winner andx
would be awarded the $122,600
prize, second richest in Derby his-
tory. v
Francie's Hat was moved to sec-
and ;and 'T.V. Commercial was
moved to third. Dancer's' Image
was placed last.
It was the first time any Ken-
tucky Derby entry had ever been
disqualified. Under Kentucky ra-
cing regulations, wagering on the
Derby is not affected.
A chemist for the Kentucky DANCER'S IMAGE,
State Racing Commision said phe-...psychedelic
nylbutazone, an analgesic, showed
up in a routine urinalysis taken bile dealer who owns Dancer's
after the race. Image.
"I'm tremendously shocked and Fuller said trainer Lou Cava-
grieved. What else can I say?" said laris Jr. had told him Monday
Peter Fuller, the Boston automo-' night that something was wrong
Hey! T'anks, Mick!

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Detroit creeps to victory
By the Associated Press
BALTIMORE-Tom Matchik's two-out pinch double in the
ninth inning drove in two runs last night and gave Detroit a 2-1
victory over Baltimore, ending the Orioles' eight-game winning
streak.
Willie Horton led off the inning with a walk off Baltimore's;
Tom Phoebus, who had dueled Mickey Lolich in the shutout to
that point, allowing just three hits.
Horton went to second on Norm Cash's bunt, Don Wert
was walked intentionally and after Gates Brown grounded out,
Matchik batted for Lplich and delivered his hit to right center.
Boog Powell homered off reliever Fred Lasher with two out
in the last of the ninth for Baltimore's run and when Dave
Johnson followed with a single, Jon Warden came in to get the
last out and cut Baltimore's American League lead over the
Tigers to 11/2 games.-
ST. LOUIS-Art Shamsky rapped a two-run homer in the
seventh inning, launching the New York Mets to a 4-1 victory
-over the St. Louis Cardinals behind Nolan Ryan's three-hitter
last night.
Kenn Boswell got the second of his three hits with one out
before Shamsky cracked a Nelson Briles pitch over the right
fence for his first homer, putting the Mets ahead 2-1.
New York, breaking a three-game losing streak,added two
more runs in the ninth against relievers Ron Willis 'and Joe
Hoerner on hits by Boswell and Cleon Jones and run-scoring
\singles by Ron Swoboda and Jerry Grote. The Mets had 15 hits
in all, but left 12 men on base.

FORWARD PASS .
... noddle-class plastic
with the urinalysis. Cavalaris was
at the stewards' hearing yester-
day. '
Fuller said he had understood
there would be a formal hearing
before any action was taken.
He said Cavalaris is ' 'an exple-
rienced trainer . . . I know he
wouldn't give him any medication
he shouldn't have had."
Downs President Wathen Kne-
Pelkamp told Fuller about the dis-3
qualification by telephbne after
Fuller called him during a newsI
conference.n
"Is there no possibility that the
urine simple was taken from somle
other, no possibility of the bottles
being shifted?" Fuller asked Kne-
belkamp in an angry voice.
As usual after a Derby, tlie win-
ner and one other horse chosen
by lot are tested. The test of the
other horse, Kentucky Sherry,
showed negative results Knebel-
karip said.
Fuller said he isn't sure now
whether Dancer's Image will ,go
in the Preakness at Pimlico, the
second jewel in racing's Triple
Crown, which is to 'be raced May

By JOEL BLOCK
The Michigan baseball team
dropped its 12th game of the sea-
son 8-1 yesterday to an up-and-
coming Western Michigan squad,
but Coach Moby Benedict prob-
ably didn't spend too much time
crying over the loss..
For one thing, the outcome of
the non-conference debacle didn't
affect the Wolverines' league-
leading 5-1 record. And for an-
other thing, Benedict has more
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
FRED LaBOUR
important matters to think of,
like how to beat Wisconsin's sec-
ond-place Badgers in a double-
header at Madison Friday.
Yesterday's game with Western
served as a tune-up for this week-
end's Big Ten doubleheaders with
Wisconsin and Northwestern, and
it also taught Benedict a few
things/ about his players.
Lesson No. 1: Sophomore left-
hander Gerry Christman still
hasn't shaken the wildness prob-
lems he has had ever since he
came to Michigan. Christman
started the game and took the
loss, even though he gave up only
two hits in the 2% /3innings he
pitched. But Christman also
walked six batters in that short
span of time, and showed great
difficulty in keeping the ball'
down.
Lesson No. 2: Senior pitcher
Larry Guidi, pitching for the first
time in over three weeks, showed
he is capable of a starting spot in
Benedict's regular rotation with a
shutout performance in the 4%
innings he worked in relief of
Christman.
Guidi wasn't close to perfect,
1 allowing four hits and three

back as he saw the slicing liner
sail over his head. By the time
he recovered the ball, three runs
had scored and Redmon was
standing on third with his third
triple of the season.
When Christrman again loaded
the bases in the third stanza
Benedict went to the bullpen for
Guidi. The Groton Falls, N.Y.
righthander got outfielder John
Schlukebir to hit into a force-
play at second while the fourth
Western/run scored.
Then tragedy struck (if it
hadn't -already). Schlukebir broke
for second base on the back end
of what seemed to be an at-
tempted double-steal, Wolverine
ortstop Chuck Shmidt cut off
LARRY GUIDI catcher Doug Nelson's throw and
. .. senior hurler fired to the plate to nail West-
ern's Pat Locanto .heading for
walks, but he got himself out ofIhome.

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Good ol' Ralph "Bronx" Maffei, 18, who snared Mickey Mantle's
522nd four-bagger in The House That Ruth Built yesterday,
stands by gleefully as The Mick inks his monicker on the iistoric
horseside. Mantle's clout, smashed in, an afternoon tilt with the'
Tribe, moves him up a notcl to fourth place in the all-tine
HIomne Run Derby, ahead of Ted. Williams, who held forth as a
wide-ranging' fly-chaser in historic, wonderful Fenway Park a
short time ago.
Pomona=

Baltimore 16 7 .
Detroit 15 9 .A
Cleveland 12' 11 .5
xMlnnesota 1A11. 5
xOakland 12 11 .5
Washington 12 12 .4
xCalifornia 11 13 .4
Boston10 12 .A
New York 10 15 .4
xChicago 6 14 .3
x--Late game not included.
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 8, New York 0
Detroit 2, Baltimore 1
Boston 3 Washington 2
Minnesota A Oakland
Chicago at California
Today's Games
Cleveland at New York
Minnesota at Oakland, night
Chicago at California, night
Boston at Washington, night
Detroit at Baltimore, night

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Los Anigeles'
San Francisco
Philadelphia
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Pittsburgh
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13 11 .542
12 12 .500
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trouble by keeping his fastball
low and striking out four West-
ern batters.
Western shortstop Jim Redmon
(no relation to Wolverine third-
sacker Glenn Redmo%) gave the
Broncos all the lead they needed
with, a two-out bases-loaded triple
in the second.
The blast.came after three
walks by ;Christman' and seemed
to catch right-fielder Elliott Ma4d
dox by surprise. At the cracl of
the bat, Maddox took a couple of
steps forward then quickly turned
Montreal beats
St. Louis 1-0
ST. LOUIS (RP) -Rookie Serge
Savard potted the first Stanley
Cup goal of his career and gaye
the- Montreal Canadiens a 1-0
victory ovar the St. Louis Blues
last night.
Montreal now leads their best-
of-'7 series 2-0 with the Blues fac-
ing the next two games in Mon-
treal. They play there tomorrow
and Saturday.
The 22-year-old defenseman
brake the scoreless deadlock early
in the third period while his team
was short-handed.

Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 2, Chicago 1
Atlanta 2, Pittsburgh 1
Philadeiphia 5, Cincinnati 2
Hpuston 7, San Francisco 1
New York 4, St. Louis 1
N Today's Games.
Los Angeles at Chicago
Pittslburghsat Atlanta, night
San Francisco at Houston, night
New York at St. Louis, night
Philadelphia atCincinnati, night

Schmidt's throw was wild, so
wild that the closest person sto it
was the Wolverine bat boy in
the dugout who neatly fielded it
and flipped it to catcher Nelson.
After the smoke cleared, Schluke-
bir also had scored and eWstern
was ahead 6-0.
In the Michigan half of the
third, outfielder Andy Fisher gave
the Wolverine fans their only
cheering moment with a 350 foot
home run over the right field
fence. After that, Bronco pitcher
Chuck Vestek allowed dnly one
more hit, setting down the last
12 Wolverine batters in order.
Dave Renkiewicz came in to
pitch the last two frames for the
Wolverines and allowed the final
two Western runs on a walk, a
single, and Schmidt's second .er-
ror of the game.
After the game, Dick Honig, as-
sistant coach for the Wolverines,
said Guidi's performance was "im-
pressive". "He got his curve over
the plate and this foretells good
things for him," 'he pointed out.
Benedict says he'll use Renkie-
wicz and sophomore phenom
Steve Evans against Wisconsin
Friday and pitch Rod Scott ard
Jack Hurley against Northwestern
at Evanston in Saturday's double-
header.

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MOZART: REQUIEM, K.626-lrmgard Seefried' Gertrude Pitzinger,
Richard Holm, Kim .Borg; Vienna State.Opera Chorus; Vienna
Symphony Orch.; Eugen Jochum, cond. *HS :25000
BEETHOVEN: PIANO CONCERTO NO. 3 IN C MINOR, Op. 37 /
MOZART: RONDOS FOR PIANO & ORCHESTRA IN D,. K.362 qtr
A, K.386-Annie Fischer, piano; Bavarian State Orch.; Ferenc
Fricsoy, cond. HS 25001
MOZART: BASSOON CONCERTO IN.B FLAT, K.191-Rudolf Klepac,
bas'soon; Salzburg Mozorteum Orch.; Ernst Maerzendorfer, cond. /
FLUTE CONCERTO NO. 1 IN G, K.313-Gastone Tassinari, flute;.
Salzburg Camerato Academica; Bernhard Paumgortner, cond.
*HS 25002
SCHUBERT: STRING QUARTET NO. 14 IN D MINOR, ,.810,
"DEATH AND THE MAIDEN"-Koeckert ;Quartet. *HS 25003
CARL ORFF: CARMINA BURANA-1
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GLUCK: 'ORPHEUS AND EURYDICE: Highlights-Rita Streich, Anny
Schlemn, Margarete Kkose; Bavarian State Radio Choir; Berlin &
Munich Philharmonic Orchs.; Berlin RIAS Symphony Orch., Artur
Rather, cond. HS 25005t
TELEMANN: CONCERTO FOR TRUMPET, 2 OBOES & CONTINUO
IN D / CONCERTO FOR 4 VIOLINS IN D / QUARTET FOR FLUTE,
OBOE, VIOLIN & CONTINUO IN G / SONATA FOR VIOLA DA
GAMBA & i LUTE IN G-Adolf Scherbaum, trumpet; Walter Ger-
wig, lute; Johannes, Kochviola do gombo; Hamburg _Camerat
Instrumentole. , HS 25006

BOCCHERINI: CELLO CONCERTO IN B FLAT-Ludwig Hoelscher,
cello; Berlin Philharmonic Orch.; Otto Matzerath, cond. / HAYDN:
SINFONIA CONCERTANTE IN B FLAT, Op. 84-Paris Lamoureux
Orch.; Igor Mirkevitch, cond. *HS 25015
WEBER: DER FRtISCHUTZ: Highlights-Rita Streich, Anny Schlemm,
Wolfgang Windgassen, Herman Uhde; Berlin & Munich Philhar-
monic Orchs., Berlin RIAS Symphony Orch., Bamberg Symphony;
Stuttgart State Theatre Chorus & Orch.; Fritz Lehmann, Ferdinand
Leitner, Artur Rather, conds. *HS 25016
MOZART: VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 5 IN A, K.219-David Oistrakh,
violin; Saxon State Orch.; Franz Konwitschpy, cond. / CLARINET
CONCERTO IN A, K.622-Heinrich Geuser, clarinet; Berlin Radio
Symphony Orch.; Ferenc Fricsay, cond. *HS25017
BOISMORTIER: DAPHNIS ET CHLOE (Ballet Suite) / DE LA BARRE:
FLUTE SUITE IN G / LECLAIR: VIOLIN SONATA IN C MINOR,
"LE TOMBEAU" / MOUTON: PIECES FOR LUTE-Gustav Scheck,
flute; Ulrich Grehling, violin; Walter Gerwig, lute; Fritz Neumeyer,
harpsichord; Chamber Orch. cond. by Emil Seiler'. *HS 25018
LEONARD BERNSTEIN: TROUBLE IN TAHITI-Beverly Wolff, David
Atkinson, Miriam Workman, Earl Rogers, Robert Bollinger; Orch.
cond. by Arthur Winograd. HS 25020
MENDELSSOHN: OCTET FOR STRINGS IN E FLAT, Op. 20 / SIN-
FONIA NO. 9 FOR STRING ORCHESTRA-String Orch. cond. by
Arthur Winograd. HS25021
PURCELL: "ABDELAZAR" SUITE / ARNE: OVERTURE TO "THE
JUDGEMENT OF PARIS" / BYRD: FANTASIE NO. 1 FOR STRINGS
-Chamber Orch. cond. by Carlos Surinach. HS 25022
SIBELIUS: RAKASTAVA; CANZONETTA; ROMANCE IN C FOR
STRING ORCHESTRA / NIELSEN: LITTLE SUITE FOR STRING
ORCHESTRA; DANCE OF THE COCKERELS-String Orch., cond.
by Arthur Winograd; The Royal Opera House Orch. cond. by John
Hollingsworth. 0HS 25023

VILLA-LOBOS: BACHIANAS BRASILEIRAS NO. 5 FOR SOPRANO &
'8 CELLI / ORBON: HIMNUS AD GALLI CANTUM / ORREGO
SALAS: CANCIONES CASTELLANAS--Dorothy Rehzi, soprano;
Carlos Surinach, Arthur Winograd, conds. HS 25037
HOVHANESS "LOUSADZAK," CONCERTO NO. 1 FOR PIANO &
STRINGS / CONCERTO NO. 2 FOR VIOLIN & STRINGS-Maro
Ajemian, piano; iAnahid Ajemian, violin; String Orch. cond. by
Carlos Surinach HS 25040
TELEMANN: 'THE TIMES OF DAY (DIE TAGESZEITEN) - -Ingrid
Czerny, sopr.; Geetraud Prenzlow, alto; Gerhard Unger, tenor;
Gunther Leib, bar.;, Berlin Chamber Orch.; Helmut Koch, cond.
HS 25041
.MOZART: PIANO CONCERTO NO. 19 IN'F, K,459 / PIANO CON-
CERTO NO. 27 IN B FLAT, K.595--Clara Haskill, piano;' Berlin
Philharmonic & Bavarian tate Orchs.; Ferenc Fricsoy, cond.
*HS 25042
GRACE BUMBRY AS CARMEN JONES (BIZET-HAMMERSTEIN)-
Grace Bumbry, Ena Babb, Elizabeth Welch, George Webb, Thomas,
Baptiste; Chorus & Orch. cond. by Kenneth Alwyn, HS 25046
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FROM THE.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS: HIL- - -
LER: MACHINE MUSIC/GABURO:
LEMON DROPS & FOR HARRY /A
HAMM: CANTO / BRUN FUTIL-
ITY 1964 / MARTIRANO: UN-
DERWORLD - Phyllis Rappeport,
piano; Thomas Siwe, percussion;
Helen Hamm, sopr.;, Elizabeth Hil-
ler & Marianne Brun, speakers;
The Contemporary Chamber Play- ,
ers of the University of Illinois;
Jack McKenzie, David Gilbert,
conds. HS 25047
SCHUMANN: DICHTERLIEBE, Op. 48 / BEETHOVEN: AN DIE FERNE
GELIEBTE, Op. 98-Ernst Haefliger, tenor; Erik Werba, piano
HS 25048
BEETHOVEN: SYMPHONY NO. 3 IN E FLAT, Op. 55, "EROICA"-
Berlin Philharmonic Orch.; Karl Bohm, cond. HS 25049

KURT WEILL: JOHNNY JOHNSON
- Lotte Lenya, Burgess Meredith,
Evelyn Lear, Thomas Stewart, Jane
Connell, Hiriom Sherman, " Scott
Merrill, Jean Sanders, Bob Shaver,
William Molten; Orch. cond. by
Samuel Motlowsky. *HS 25024

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MARIUS CONSTANT: 24 PRELUDES ,FOR ORCHESTRA / SERGE
NIGG: VIOLIN CONCERTO--Chris ian Ferras, violin; Orchestre
Philharmonique de I'O.R.T.F.; Charles Bruck, cond. HS 25058
BEETHOVEN:,SYMPHONY NO. 5 IN C MINOR, Op. 67-Berlin Phil-
harmonic Orch.; Ferenc Fricsay, cond. MS 25059
BANCHIERI: THE FOOLISH OLD MAN ("La Pazzia Senile"-A
Madrigal Come y) / MONTEVERDI: 7 MADRIGALS-Seetettn
Italiano Luca Marenzio HS 25060
BORODIN: SYMPHONY NO. 2 IN B MINOR: IN THE STEPPES OF
CENTRAL ASIA / TCHAIKOVSKY: ROMEO AND JULIET-Soxon
State Orch.; Kurt Sonderling, cond. HS 25061
SCHUBERT: SONGS OF GREEK ANTIQUITY-Dietrich Fischer-Dies-
kau, baritone; Jorg Demus, piano - HS 25062
WARM, WONDERFUL, WUNDERLICH featuring "GRANADA"-Fritz
Wunderlich, tenor; R. Lamy Chorus; Graunke Symphony Orch.;
Hans Carste, cond. HS 25063
VILLA-LOBOS / CONCERTO FOR HARMONICA / ALEXANDER
TCHEREPNIN: CONCERTO FOR HARMONICA-John Sebastian,
-harmonica; Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orch.; Hans Schwieger, cond.
HS 25064
BEETHOVEN: SYMPHONY NO. 7 IN A 'MAJOR-Berlin Philharmonic
Orch.; Ferenc Fricsoy,, cond. HS 25065
DVORAK: SERENADE FOR STRINGS OP. 22 / DVORAK: SERENADE
IN D MINOR OP. 44-Hamburg- Radio Symphony Orch.; Hans
Schmidt-I sserstedt, .cond. HS 25066
J. S. BACH: FAMOUS ORGAN WORKS--Helmut Walcha, organist;
Organ of St. Laurenskerk, Alkmoar Ht 25068
KODALY: NARY JANOS SUITE / STRAVINSKY: MOVEMENTS FOR
PIANO & ORCHESTRA / VON EINEM: BALLADE FOR ORCHES-
TRA OP. 23-Margrit. Weber, piano; John Leach, cimbalom; Berlin
Radio Symphony Orch.; Ferenc Fricsoy, cond. HS 25069
WAGNER: THE FLYING DUTCHMAN, highlights-Greindl, Kupper,
Windgassen, Wagner, Haefliger & Metternich; Berlin RIAS -Sym-
phony & Chorus, Ferenc Fricsay, cond. *HS 25070
TCHAIKOVSKY: CONCERTO FOR VIOLIN & ORCHESTRA IN D MA-
JOR-David Oisthakh, violin; Saxon State Orch.; Franz Konwit-
schny, cond. / BEETHOVEN: ROMANCES FOR VIOLIN & ORCHES-
TRA NOS. 1 & 2-Igor Oistrakh, violin; Leipzig Gewandhouse
Orch.; F. Konwitschy, cond. *HS 25071
ROSSINI: THE BARBER OF SEVILLE (complete opera, 3-record set,
boxed w/libretto-DAngelo, Capecchi Cava, Monti, and Tdeo;
Bavarian Radio Symphony; Bruno Bartoletti, cond. '. S 2072-3
SCHUMANN: SYMPHONY NO. 4 IN D MINOR, OP. 120./ HAYDN:
SYMPHONY NO. 88 IN G MAJOR-WILHELM FURTWANGLER,
conducts Berlin Philharmonic Orch. H 25073 MONO
SPECIALLY PRICED SETS!
TWO RECORDS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE
J. S. BACH: ART OF THE FUGUE / BEETHOVEN: GROSSE FUGE,
Op. 133-String Orch. cond. by Arthur Winograd ;HS 25019-2
HAYDN; THE CREATION (Complete)-ingeborg Wenglor, Gerhard
Unger, Theo Adam; Berlin Radio Chorus & Orch.; Helmut Koch,
cond. HS 25028-2
THREE RECORDS FOR THE PRICE OF TWO
DOUGLAS MOORE: THE BALLAD OF BABYDOE (Complete Opera,
boxed with libretto)-N.Y. City Opera Production with Beverly
Sills, Walter Cassel, Frances Bible, others; Emerson Buckley, cond.
F MS 25035-3t
PROKOFIEV: WAR AND PEACE (Complete Opera, boxed with libret-
to)-Soloists of the National Opera of Belgrade; Vienna Kammer-
chor; Vienna State Opera Orch.; Werner Janssen, cond. HS 25039-3

BRiUCKNERt SYMPHONY NO. 9 IN D MINOR (Original Version)-
Bavarian-Radio Symphony Orch.; Eugen Jochum, cond. *HS 25007
J. S. BACH:.VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 1 IN A MINOR, BWV 1041 /
VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 2 IN E, BWV 1042-Roman Totenberg,
violin; National Philharmonic Symphony; Stanislaw Wislocki, cond.
;".HS 25008
DAVID & IGOR OISTRAKH, Violins; J. S. BACH: SONATA FOR 2
VIOLINS &'HARPSICHIORD IN C, BWV. 1037 / TARINI: TRIO
SONATA IN FR/ HANDEL: SONATA IN G MINOR, Op. 2 No. 7 /
BENDA: TRIO SONATA IN E-Hons Pischner, harpsichord; Vladi-
mir Yampolski, pian. M*HS 25009
J. S. BACH: MUSIC FOR GUITAR-Andres Segovia, guitar (Cho-
conne, Prelude, Courante, Sarabande, Bourree, Fugue) / MUSIC
FOR ORGAN'-Corl'Weinrich; organ (Preludes & Fugues in A &
C, "Great" Prelude & Fugue in A minor). NHS 25010
MOZART: MUSIC FORrORGAN-Richard Ellsasser, organ (Fantasy
& Fugue in F minor, K.608; Andante in F, K.616; Adagio &
Allegro in F minor, K.594; Adagio in C, K.356). *HS25011
SAINT-SAENS: SEPTET FORE PIANO, TRUMPET&STRING, Op. 65 /
D'WINDY: SUITE IN 'OLDEN STYLE FOR TRUMPET, 2 FLUTES &
STRINGS, Op. 24-Menahm Pressler, piano; Harry Glantz, trumpet;
Julius Baker, Claude Monteux; flutes; Philip Sklar, bass; Guilet
String Quartet, *HS 25012
MOZART: SERENADES FOR WINDS: NO. 11 IN E FLAT, K.375;

KURT WEILL-BRECHT: DER JASAGER (Recorded under the super-
vision of Lotte Lenyo)-Josef Protschka, Lys Bert, Willibald Vohla;
Dusseldorf Children's Chorus & Chamber Orch.; Siegfried Kohler,
cond. 'HS 25025
BRAHMS: LIEBESLIEDER WALTZES FOR STRING ORCHESTRA, Op.
52 / SUK: SERENADE FO'R STRINGS IN E FLAT, Op. 6-String
Orch. cond. by Arthur Winograd. HS 25026
PISTON: QUINTET FOR PIANO & STRINGS-Earl Wild, piano; Wal-
den String Quartet / HOVHANESS: "KHALDIS," CONCERTO FOR
PIANO, 4 TRUMPETS & PERCUSSION-William Masselos, piano;
Chamber Ensemble cond. by lzler Solomon *HS 25027
RACHMANINOFF: SYMPHONY NO. 2 IN E MINOR, Op. 27-Lenin-
grad Philharmonic; Kurt Sanderling, cond. *HS 25029
J. S. BACH: PARTITA NO. 2 IN D MINOR, BWV 1004-Wolfgang
Schneiderhan, violin / SONATA FOR SOLO FLUTE. IN A MINOR,
BWV 1013--Gustv Scheck, fluteR UHS 25030
ROSSINI: STABAT MATER-Maria Stader, Marianna Radev, Ernst
Hoefliger, Kim Borg; Berlin Radio Chorus & Orch.; Ferenc Fricsay,
cond. 0HS 25032
THE ITALIAN BAROQUE: CORELLI:rCONCERTO GROSSO IN D, Op.
6 No. 1--Bavarian State Orch.; Fritz Lehmann, cond. / VIVALDI:
CELLO CONCERTO IN G, P. 120 / PERGOLESI: CONCERTINO NO.
2 IN G-Enrico Mainordi, cello; Lucerne Festival Strings; Rudolf
Baumgartner, cond. / CIMAROSA: CONCERTO FOR 2 FLUTES IN
G-Aurele Nicolet, Fritz Demmler. flu 's: Berlin Philharmonic; Igor

GEMINIANI: CONCERTI GROSSI, Op. 3: No. 2 IN'G MINOR, No. 3
IN E MINOR, No. 6 IN E MINOR / FESTING: CONCERTO FOR
2 FLUTES IN D, Op. 3 No. 10 / WOODCOCK: FLUTE CQNCERTO
NO. 9 IN E MINOR / BASTON: FLUTE CONCERTO NO. 2 IN D--
Hans-Martin Linde, Gunther Holler, flutes; Lucerne Festival Strings;
Rudolf Baumgartner, cond. HS 25050
WUNDERLICH IN VIENNA: Traditional Viennese Songs & Folk Songs
-Fritz Wunderlich, tenor; The Spilar-Schrammeln Group; Vienna
State Opera Chorus; Vienna Volksoper Orch.; Robert Stolz, cond.
HS 25051
GERSHWIN: PORGY AND BESS: Highlights-Lawrence Winters, Isa-
belle Lucas, Ray Ellington, Barbara Elsy, Pauline, Stevens; Chorus &
Orch. cond. by Kenneth Alwyn HS 25Q52
COMPUTER MUSUC FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS: HIL-
LER-ISAACSON: ILLIAC SUITE FOR STRING QUARTET-Univer-
sity of Illinois Composition String Quartet / HILLER-BAKER: COM-
PUTER CANTATA-Helen Hamm, sopr.; The Contemporary Cham-
ber Players of the University of Illinois; Jack McKenzie, cond.
HS 25053
LISZT: PIANO SONATA IN B MINOR; POLONAISE 110. 2 IN E;
DON-JUAN FANTASIA-Tamas Vasary, piano HS 25054
SCHUTZ: STORY O F THE RESURRECTION OFJESUS CHRIST-Hel-
mut Krebs, tenor; other soloists; Norddeutscher Singkreis; Gottfried
Wolters, cond. HS 25055
LEOPOLD MOZART: TRUMPET CONCERTO IN D / MICHAEL HAY-
DN: TRUMPET CONCERTO IN D / JOHANN CHRISTIAN BACH:
BASSOON CONCERTO IN B FLAT-Adolf Scherbaum, trumpet;
Fritz Henker, bassoon; Saarbrucken Radio Chamber Orch.; Karl

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