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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 2

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ~

IstonII.n Discusses Musical Experience

ary music is finally gaining ai
prominent place in the recitalist's;
repertoire. Old pieces are begin-]
ning to be listened to in historical
perspective.
"I do not consider it the obli-1
gation of a performer to force+
modern music upon his audience.
He must do what he feels is right.
If he performs contemporary mu-
sic without the proper background
for and understanding of it he is
really doing a disservice. He can
get away with a poor performance
because people do not know the
music; and the people might grow
to dislike the music because what
they are hearing does not convey
aesthetic proportions the composer
intended," Istomin continued.
"Whenever two or more instru-
mentalists join forces, the problem
of balance immediately occurs.
And each combination presents
different problems," Istomin said.
In regard to his recent perform-
ances with the Budapest trio mem-
bers, the large sonority and broad
dynamic range of the piano had to
be blended with the smaller, less
assertive strings. All must be
heard, yet none must be slighted.
Acquired Skill
"This technique of balance is
one which few pianists have, al-
though it is one of the musical
skills which can be acquired. To
ask what is a good balance is a
very subjective question. The viol-

inist will want to emphasize the
strings; the pianist will prefer full
piano sonority. It is when one can-
not hear all of the instruments all
of the time that the balance is the
best. The melodic lines should be
emphasized and the accompani-
ments should be suppressed."
Across
Campus
Prof. Edwin J. Thomas of the.
psychology department and the
social work school will address a
social work-social science colloqu-
ium on "Criteria for Selecting
Knowledge from Behavioral Sci-
ences for Use in Social Practice"
at noon tomorrow in the Social
Work Lounge, Frieze Bldg.
Public Health .
James Dixon, president of Anti-
och College, will speak on the
topic, "Public Health-The Art of
the Possible" at 4 p.m. tomorrow
in the Public Health School Aud.
Anthropology.. .
Prof. Franck C. Hibben of the
University of Mexico will discuss
"Prehistoric Painted Murals from
a Pottery Mound" at 4:10 p.m. to-
morrow in Aud. B.

To Discuss
Jurisdiction
In Mergyer
Under discussion yesterday by
the Michigan Union-Women's'
League merger study committee
were the jurisdiction and form of
the board which would govern thej
joined organization.
Participants, who were members
of the Union and League boards,
generally agreed that the purpose
of such a board would be to oper-
ate the facilities rather than the'
student activities.
They considered a proposal for a
transient board which would be
in existence at the same time as
the presently constituted boards.
In the next academic year, the
Union and League boards would
send representatives to be a part
of the interim third board.
Under the proposal, this third
board would consist of faculty, stu-
dents, alumni, and representatives
from the Office of Business and
Finance and the Office of Student
Affairs. However, the method for
choosing these representatives for
the proposed interim board has not
yet been decided.
One question the study commit-
tee has not completed decided is
whether the merger would be of
building facilities or merely of gov-
erning boards. Another problem is
determining a method for forming
the budget for the merged bodies.

Program Notes

By ROBERT GRODY
Prof. Benjamin Rivlin of Brook-
lyn College will head a panel of
experts in a discussion of Algeria
as an African trouble spot on
WMSB's (TV) series, "Great De-
cisions of 1963." The program will
be broadcast on channel 10 at
noon on Wednesday and at 6:30
p.m. Friday. The panel will at-
tempt to point out possible solu-
tions to Algeria's problems in re-
lation to the country's role in in-
ternational affairs.
Stanley Quartet,...
The Stanley Quartet will pre-
sent a public concert at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Rackham Lecture
Hall. Selections will include:
"Quartet in C major, K. 465" by
Mozart; "Quartet No. 8 (1960)" by
Pr-of. Ross Lee Finney; and "Quar-
tet in B flat major, Opus 67" by
Brahms.
'Tueen Tidbits...
Viola Fisher of the Public
Health School will talk on the
eating habits of "'tweens," chil-'
dren between two and six. "Meals
for the 'Tweens" is this week's
program on the University's tele-
vision series, "Accent," at 7:15
a.m. Saturday on WJBK.
APA Shakespeare.. .
The University's Professional
Theatre Program will open its
third play in its winter Shake-
speare Festival. The Association
of Producing Artists Resident Co.
will give the play, "The Tragical
History of King Richard the Sec-
ond," opening at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Trueblood Aud. and
continuing through Sunday.
Piano Concerts.. .
The School of Music will offer
a series of three piano concerts
this week, to be performed by
graduate students in music. At
4:15 p.m. Wednesday, in !Aud. A,

Joseph Banowetz will play music
by Bach-Busoni, Ravel, Beethoven
and Prokofieff. At 4:15 p.m. on
Friday, in Aud. A, a group of
Debussy's "Etudes" will be per-
formed by six doctoral students.
Lane Hall Aud. will witness Lisa
Grable's recital at 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday. She will offer sonatas by
Mozart, Beethoven and Stravin-
sky, as well as Chopin's G minor
Ballade.
Budapest Quartet...
The University Musical Society
will close its Chamber Music Fes-
tival at 2:30 p.m. today with
string trios by members of the
Budapest String Quartet at Rack-
ham Aud. The performers are:
Alexander Schneider, first violin;
Boris Kroyt, viola; and Misha
Schneider, violoncello.
IFC Designates
Junior Officers
The following sophomores have
been selected to serve as junior
officers of Inter-Fraternity Coun-
cil:
Academic Affairs: Henry Buick;
Alumni Relation: Robert Bolle;
Fraternity Relations: John Win-
der; Fraternity Services: Brooks
Bock; Personnel: Larry Kripke;
Publications: Bruce Nelson; Rush
Committee: Larry Lossing; Social
Committee: Robert Tobias.

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interview Thurs., Feb. 28 for sailing in-
structor, arts & crafts dir., secretary,
riding instructor & counselors. Coed.
DO NOT CALL for an appointment,
come to Summer Placement,
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for interview
appointments with the following
MON., FEB. 25-
Brunswick Corp. (a.m.) - Men for
Midwest & Southern locations. Seeking:
degree in any field Liberal Arts or
Bus. Ad. with special mention of de--
grees in Psych. & Accounting. Posi-
tions: Personnel, Prod., Union-Mgmt.
Res., Personnel Mgmt., Prod. Mgmt.
U.S. citizenship required.
TUES., FEB. 26-
Housing & Home Finance - Men &
women for locations in Washington,
D.C. & thru U.S. Seeking: Liberal Arts
with special mention of Poll. Sdi., &
Social Sciences. Public Ad., Bus. Ad.,
LLB's & Econ. majors. Civil, Construc-
tion & Arch. Engnrs. Positions: Field
Reps., Building Administrators, City
Planners, Finance Analysts, Auditors, &
Trainees for a Market Analyst Trng.
Frog. U.S. citizenship required.
U.S. Civil Service Commission - Men
& women in Liberal Arts with all ma-
jors, also Bus. Ad. students. Positions:
all kinds of positions in the Federal
Govt, with primary emphasis on the
Fed. Entrance Exam (the latter is not
a requirement for an interview). U.S.
Citizenship.
social Security Administration, Chica-
go Divisional Ofs.-Men & women.
Seeking: 1) LLB's with 1 full yr. of per-
tinent exper.-Benefits Authorizer who
makes findings of fact & law & deter-
minations as to entitlement & allow-
ance or disallowance of claims. 2)LLB-
no exper. for Trainee Claims Authorizer
who receives classroom & on-the-job
trng. in application of laws, regulations
& proceedings governing payment of
benefits. 3) Any major-no exper. for
Claims Examiner. U.S. citizenship.
Social Security Administration, Field
Offices thru U.S-Men & women with
any major. Positions: Field Rep. Train-
ees who will check on references, in-
terview people & gather facts for the
divisional offices.
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board, Chi-
cago-Men & Women. Seeking: 1963 can-
didates for LLB in upper quarter of
their class for Attorneys' Honors Prog.
(beginning salaries competitive with
outstanding law firms or better). Also
interviewing Accountants & Actuaries.
Federal National Mortgage Associa-
tion, Chicago-Men & women. (This is
a branch of Housing & Home Finance.)
Seeking: Accountants, Auditors, those
who, have passed the Fed. Svs. Entrance
Exam., Bus. Ad. majors who have ma-
jored in Real Estate Operation, Finance
Credit or Banking-have 24 hrs. in Acc't.
or Auditing. U.S. citizenship.
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Arts students with special mention ofl
Econ., Poli. Sci,, Engl., Foreign Lan-
guages, Psych., Hist., Philo. & Speech.
Chem., Physics & Math students on the
BS & ME levels are also desired. Posi-
tions; Design, Economist, Elec. Com-
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Res., Office Mgmt., Personnel, Prod.,1
Public Rels., Purchasing, Statistics,
Traffic, Res. & Dev., & Sales. U.S. citi-
zenship.
WED., FEB. 27-
Higbee Co., Cleveland & Suburban-
Men & women. Seeking: degree in any
field. Positions: Exec. Trng. Prog. for
Retailing, Merchandising, Sales Promo-
tion & Personnel. Nature of Organiza-
tion: Dept. stores comparable to Hud-
son's or Jacobson's.
Social Security Administration, Balti-
more, Md.-Men & women. Seeking: Soc.
& Psych. & Public Health majors-the
latter being only on the MS & PhD
levels. Also Math-Stat. majors. Posi-
tions: Social Research, Statistics. U.S.
citizenship.
THURS., FEB. 28-
First National Bank of Chicago-Men
in Liberal Arts with special mention of
Econ. & Poll. Sci. majors. Bus. Ad. stu-
dents with Accounting, Banking, Econ.
Analysis, Finance, Corporation, Invest-
ments. Positions: Banking, Economist,
Mgmt. Training. U.S. citizenship.
General Notices
Ben and Lucile Braun Scholarship:
Applications for this scholarship are
now available at 2011 Student Activi-
ties Bldg. Undergrad. students who
have completed at least 15 hours at
the Univ. with grades of "B" or better

and who need financial assistance
may apply. Applications must be com-
pleted by March 1, 1963.
German Make-up Examinations will
be held Thurs., Feb. 28, 7-9 p.m. in
Rms. 1088, 1092, and 1096 Frieze Bldg.
Please register in the office of the
Dept. of German by noon, Wed., Feb. 27.

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