THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY.. 1N AY-10. 1960
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FORMER OPERA SINGER:
Prof. Duey Conducts Men'sGlee Club
The Political Issues Club will
discovered in 1943 and already in present a discussion on "Aparth-
wide use. eid in South Africa" at 8 p.m. to-
Prior to the address, University day in the Multi-purpose Rm. of
President Harlan Hatcher pre- the'Undergraduate Library.
sented certificates of recognition Bradford White, '63, winner of
to Prof. Blicks and Prof. William a 1960 Hopwood Award, and El-
L. Hays, of the psychology depart- eanor Overll, Grad., secretary of
ment, for their outstanding the African Student Union, will
achievements as scholars and discuss the pro and con positions,
teachers. respectively, of the South African
The Russell awards, established government's stand on racial dis-
in 1920, are generally regarded as crimination.
the highest honor which the Uni- * . *
versity can confer upon a faculty The first complete performance
The award, received by Prof. of the Bach "Mass in B Minor"
Hays, is given yearly to the in- on the University campus will be
structor or assistant professor presented at 8 p.m. tomorrow in
showing the greatest promise. Hill Aud. by the 250-voice Univer-
The lectureship, which was sity Choir and Orchestra.
given to Prof. Blicke, and a size- A lecture on the work will be
able honorarium go to a faculty given by Prof. Hans David of the
member with the rank of associ- music school at 4:15 today in Aud.
ate professor or higher. A, Angell Hall.
Broadway Hit To Open
Drama Season Today
Prof. Henry M. Kendall of the
geography department of Miami
University (Ohio) will deliver a
lecture on the "Economic Aspects
of the European Common Market"
at 4:15 p.m. today in the East
Conference Rm. of the Rackham
* * *
Delores Gelios, '62, Judy Levine,
'62, and Joan Studnicky, '61Ed,
were chosen to serve as general
co-chairmen of I-Hop, Myra Goin-
es, '61, president of Assembly As-
sociation, said yesterday.
* * *
The University Pershing Rifles
won first place honors at the
Michigan drill team competition
The tri-service ROTC unit
placed first in fancy drill, second
in regulation drill, and third in
unit inspection at the competition.
s C *
The University Wolverine Band
will present its annual spring con-
cert at 8 p.m. today in the ball-
room of the Union. There will be
no admission charge.
* * *
Prof. Theodore Roethke, Pulit-
zer prize-winner in poetry, will
give the annual Hopwood writing
contest lecture at 4:15 p.m. May
19 in the Rackham lecture hall.
Creative writing awards in
drama, essay, poetry and fiction
will be presented by Prof. Arno L.
Bader of the University English
Prof. Roethke, who teaches
English at the University of
Washington (Seattle), will speak
on "The Poetry of Louise Bogan."
By HARVEY MALTZ
"In days of old, thirteen was
always considered unlucky."
Prof. Philip A. Duey and the
University Men's Glee Club waited
for the judges at the Wales In-
ternational Choral competition to
"Choir number thirteen, Uni-
versity of Michigan Men's Glee
Club, Ann Arbor, Mich., U.S.A.:
a thoroughly competent choir,
young, engaging, adventurous,"
said the judges as they presented
The glee club received the first
prize in the competition last sum-
Prof. Duey, in this thirteenth
year of direction at the Univer-
sity, will lead two performances
of the spring glee club concert
Prof. Duey came from a musical
family and studied voice at Juliard
School of Music under full schol-
arship. He sang on radio, in the
opera and on the stage.
He came to Michigan to teach
voice and also because, as he said,
"It's not very nice to grow old
in the singing profession."
In addition to his four degrees,
two from the University of Indi-
ana and two from Columbia, Prof.
Duey is in Phi Beta Kappa. He
is on the selection committee for
this organization at the Univer-
Speaking about the binaural
sound systems, the latest fad in
recorded music, Prof. Duey said,
"I don't like them, nor do I like
high fidelity." Stereophonic sound
"We must also communicate
with the audience. We should de-
liver a certain distinct message
with each piece we perform," he
"For relaxation, I love to work
in the garden and cultivate the
land for fruit and vegetable," Prof.
Duey said. "In addilton I enjoy a
good game of golf." Prof. Duey is
president of the Ann Arbor Golf
Presently he is writing a num-
ber of articles on vocal technique
for Encyclopedia Dello Spittacolo,
a nine-volume work being pub-
lished in Rome.
Prof. Duey is active in the
American Academy of Teachers of
On campus Prof. Duey is a
member of the Student Board of
Publications. He is also a member
of the American Musicological So-
ciety and the National Association
of Teachers of Singing.
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"Recommended - thoroughy
PROF. PHILIP A. DUEY
... leads glee club,
The second week of the drama
season will open May 17 with "The
Golden Fleecing," starring David
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TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1960
VOL. LXX, NO. 163
Two Identical Spring Concert Glee
Club programs are scheduled for 7:00
p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Sat., May 14, in Hill
Aud. All tickets for both concerts will
be for Reserved Seats, and the price
will be fifty (50) cents. Tickets will go
on sale to the general public May 9,
at the Ad. Bldg., Ticket Office.
Phi Beta Kappa: Initiation Banquet.
Thurs., May 12, Michigan Union, 6:45
p.m. Ralph M. Carson, distinguished
lawyer and former Rhodes Scholar, will
be the speaker. Reservations should be
made at the office of the Secretary,
Hazel M. Losh, by Wed., p.m. Members
of other Chapters invited.
The Pan Macedonian Association an-
nounces fellowship for 1960-61 for study
at the University of Thessaloniki.
Greece, The grant covers tuition and
living expenses. Suggested fields in-
clude Anthropology, Archeology, Greek
History, Political Theory. Art, Econom-
ics, Sociology, Humanities, Business Ad-
ministration, or the Applied Sciences.
Deadline for filing applications is May
20. Further information may be had at
the Fellowship Office, Graduate School.
Commencement Exercises - June 11, 1960
To be held at 5:30 p.m. either in the
Stadium or Yost Field House, depending
on the weather. Exercise will conclude
about 7:30 p.m.
Those eligible to participate: If
weather is fair, Graduates of Summer
Session of 1959 and of February and
June, 1960. Those eligible to partiel-
pate: If exercise must be held indoors,
Graduates of Summer Session of 1959
and of June 1960.
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May 10, 1960
Political Issues Club, Apartheid in S.
Africa - discussion Pro & Con with
questions and answers from audience,
May 10, 8 p.m., Undergrad. Library,
Am. Soc. of Public Admin., Seminar:
"Metropolitan Planning - A New Fron-
ties of Pub. Admin," May 11, 8 p.m.,
Rackham, E. Conf. Rm. Speaker: P.
Oppermann, Exec. Dir., Northeastern
Ill. Metropolitan Area Planning Comm.
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The International Scientific
Foundation presents under the
auspices of His Majesty King
BUCKET DRIVE--James A. Lewis, University vice-president,
makes his contribution to the World University Service bucket
drive. WUS plans to help students in other countries through the
bucket drive, which takes place today and tomorrow, and an art
auction, postponed from yesterday because of rain, at 3 p.m.
today on the Diag.
is to music as a microscope is to
a great painting."
Prof. Duey complained that
engineering was destroying the
real beauty of music and was
striving solely for exciting sound
and realism. "A conductor doesn't
like an engineer to interpret his
music. An engineer is not a con-
ductor and has not right to play
with the dynamics."
"I don't care for rock and roll,
but jazz is the most important
thing that has happened to Amer-
ican music." There's money in
rock and roll and where there's
money involved, men will always
exploit the field," he said.
Prof. Duey thought a combina-
tion of two things makes the Glee
Club an award-winning group.
First, "We must strive for perfec-
tion of the ensemble, for that tone
quality which is so. important.
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