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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, 6 F'EBRtARY 1965

PAGE TWO SATURDAY. 6 FEBRUARY 196~

TEENAGE ORCHESTRA:
Interlocehen Arts Academy To Perform

Trimester Strikes Spring,'
But Not 'Michigras' '66

Hill Auditorium will resound to
music of the 100-member, teenage
symphonic orchestra of the Inter-
lochen Arts Academy tomorrow at
3 p.m. in a free concert.
The academy is an outgrowth
of Interlochen National Music
Camp, a lakesideisummer camp
near Traverse City founded in
1928 by Dr. Joseph E. Maddy.
The academy, created in 1962,
makes Interlochen a year-round
arts center for young people, and
the first boarding high school in
the country for youth talented in
music, art, drama and dance.
Maddy and Thor Johnson, di-
rector of the academy, will con-
duct the orchestra in works by
H a y d n, Debussy, Hindemuth,
Wagner and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Maddy is one of the pioneers in
music education in America. He
conceived, organized and conduct-
ed the first National High School
Orchestra in Detroit in 1962. From
this evolved his now world-famous
National Music Camp, which
started as a summer home for
his National High School Orches-
tra in 1926. It was the first music
camp in America.
Johnson was the first American-
born, American-trained conductor
ever appointed by a major orches-
tra in the United States. He has
served as music director of the
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
and organized his own unique
professional ensemble, The Chi-
cago Little Symphony, in 1959.
Johnson has been choral conduc-
tor for the Ann Arbor May Fes-
tival, leading the 325-voice choral
union, internationally known solo-
ists, and the Philadelphia Orches-
tra. He has been the director of
the Interlochen Arts Academy
since September 1964.

By JOSHUA BARLEY
Trimester has shortened the
calendar and squeezed out the
warm months of spring-but it
won't scratch Michigras, the spon-
sors declare.
The coordinating vice-presidents
of the Michigan Union and Wom-
en's League yesterday dispelled the
notion that the bi-annual spring
carnival would be cancelled be-
cause of the shortened calendar.
The next Michigras year will be
1966.
William Kotila, '65, and Gail
Howes, '66N, said that the 'event
has become such an integral part
of University life that we've decid-
ed to continue it." Weekends such
as Michigras and Homecoming are
important "for they offer the stu-
dent an outlet to his studies," Miss
Howes explained.
Aids Charity

that other facilities are being
sought in order to include either,
a dance or a celebrity perform-
ance. Additional space appears to
be the biggest problem in stagingI
the event, according to Miss
Howes.
In past years, Michigras has;
utilized space outdoors, including
the area adjacent to Yost Field
House.
Although adjusting to the calen-
dar's terms, the two student vice-
presidents forsee the eventual
changeover of the carnival from'
a spring to summer affair.
A cross
Campus

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and Eurydri-e ''- eus is a famed and admired i
paet-laucee. - !t by Death, an elegant princess
with a bo _ { ;.i t-rcycle-driving agents.
Orpheus (c es d~epend on De'phian fumes for
Sinspirc c i } _ e -cmes entranced by mysterious
messages i ans-ted over short-wave radio.
The ancient of man's contest with death is
portrayed by &: ie_-u in a fascinating light of the
real and t' e a'rl, with provocative dialog and
M brilliant cine:, cs.
Tonight and Tomrnrrow at 7 and 9;
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Kotila said that a second rea- SATURDAY, FEB. 6
son for continuing the carnival is 7 and 9 p.m. - The Cinema
its monetary contribution to char- Guild will show Jean Costeau's
ity. "This makes it worthwhile and "Orpheus" in the Architecture
necessary to do the best job pos- Aud.
sible" under the circumstances, he 8 p.m.-Arthur Schlessinger, Jr.,
added. will speak on "Coming Changes
Two co-chairmen for the event in World Affairs" in the Michigan
will be chosen sometime next League Ballroom. His talk is co-
month, probably by the outgoing sponsored by Assembly and Pan-
senior officers of the two organi- hellenic Associations.
zations. Michigras was sponsored 8:30 p.m. - John Farrer will
unilaterally by the Union last year, conduct and Michael Robbins will
but in light of the student activi- narrate in I g o r Stravinsky's
ties merger with the League, the "L'Histoire du Soldat" at the New-
two organizations are now joint man Center, 331 Thompson St.
sponsors. SUNDAY, FEB. 7
The format of the carnival will 2 p.m.-Challenge will sponsor aI
be the same as in previous years, lecture by Dr. Allen S. Whiting on
including a large parade, amuse- "Communist China's Foreign Pol-
ment rides on the midway and in- icy Positions" in the League Ball-
door booths built and operated by room.
fraternities, sororities and hous-___- ______-- ________
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MEMBERS OF THE INTERLOCHEN Arts Academy Orchestra rehearse for a free concert to be given
at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Aud.

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