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Mixer Abates Rivalry

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I Could Have Danced All Night
La Vie en Rose
Some Enchanted Evening
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Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
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-Daily-Jerome Starr
MIXING IT UP, PEACEABLY-Sponsored by Inter-quadrangle
Council, the annual post-game mixer between University and
Michigan State University students calms the sometimes over-,
Council, the annual post-game mixer between the University and

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Chorale To Perform
Classical, Folk Music
The Roger Wagner Chorale will
Lke its first appearance in Ann University Musical Society, will
bor at 8:30 p.m., Thursday in present a special Homecoming
11 Aud. presenting the second Concert at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in
acert of the Choral Union Se= Hill Aud.
s. Two Pianos.
The program will open with mu- Pro Eun e . osr.n
Professors Eugene Bossart and
of the Renaissance: Charles Fisher of the music
'Ave Maria," by Thomas Luis de school, will present a- two-piano
ttoria; "Hodie Christus Natus recital at 8:30 p.m. today in Hill
t," by Jan Peterszoon Sweeli- Aud. The program will include
ek, and "Vere Languores" by de works by Zipoli, Mozart, Rach-
ttoria. Songs of the Classical maninoff, Poulenc, Brahms, Rieti
riod-"Evensong " and "Elo- and Berlioz-Liszt.
ence," by Joseph Haydn--will
o be presented. Guest Organist . .
From the romantic period, the Alexander Schreiner, guest or-
up, will sing Recitative and ganist under the auspices of the
herzetto 'Queen Mab' from "Ro- music school, will present a con-
o and Juliet" by Hector Berlioz, cert at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in Hill
d from the modern period, "Bel- Aud.
azzar's Feast," by William Wal-
.Stanley Quartet ..
The chorale will then present The Stanley Quartet will deliver
'rois Chansons" by Claude De- a concert at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
ssy and English and American in Rackham Lecture Hall. Mem-
k songs: "Shenandoah," arrang- bers of the quartet are Prof. Gil-
by Wagner; "0 No, John!" ar- bert Ross and Prof. Gustave Ros-
aged by Sally Terri and "Jesus, seels, violins; Prof. Robert Courte,
sus Rest Your Head," arranged viola and Jerome Jelinek, cello.
Terri, followed by three French The program will include "Quar-
k songs arranged by Wagner. tet in D major, K. 499" by Mo-
The program will conclude with zart, "Quartet No..8" by Ross lee
ree Negro spirituals: "He Never Finney, and "Quartet in B-flat
id a Mumblin' Word," arrang- major, Op. 130" by Beethoven.
by Wagner; "If I Got My Tick-
Can I Ride?" arranged by Ku-
k and "Go. Down Moses," ar- Today at 3
nged by Wagner.
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omecoming. .
The Boston Symphony Orches- PLAYERS,
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TONIGHT at 7 and 9:25
ROYAL AFFAIRS
AT VERSAILLES
Written, directed and produced by Sacha Guitry.
Music by Francaix
With Sacha Guitry, Orson Welles, Edith Piaf,
Jean Marais, Claudette Colbert, Gerard Philipe,
Jeah-Pierre Aumont, Micheline Presle.
COLOR
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
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CHALLENGE
presents
Prof. Samuel Huntington, Columbia U.
Prof. J. David Singer, U. of Michigan
discussing
THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS:
U.S. AND ALLIED COUNTRIES
SUNDAY, Oct. 15, 1961
2:30 P.M. Multi-Purpose Room, UGLI

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A SPECIAL CONCERT
(Not in the regular series)

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THE BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
CHARLES MUNCH, Music Director
Soloist: SAMUEL MAYES, Cellist
On Homecoming Weekend-Saturday-.Oct.21,.8:30
HILL AUDITORIUM
Program
ELEGY, in memory of Serge Koussevitsky . . Howard Hanson
CONCERTO for Violoncello . . . . . . . . Saint-Saens
SYMPHONY No. 1, in c minor, Op. 68 . . . . Brahms

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