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Will Direct Seventh
International Night<u S I C

Palmer Will AssistTICKETS FOR SNOW
iProduction Plans

By Mary'Louise Behymer
eaturing Albertina Rasch, toe-
er, on International Night,"
e out in clear, bold lettering il-
ned by bright white lights on
corner of State and Liberty
ts. The people of Ann Arbor
>nger had to go to Detroit to
lectric signs, for Cosmopolitan
in 1915 had introduced the first
n Ann Arbor to advertise the
re number of their first -Inter-
mal Night program.
at year was a beginning, for
ugh the production was a fail-
fhancially, its artistic appeal
strong, and Cosmopolitan club,
encouraged to present "The
c Carpet" the next year,
ving a tremendous success in
Casts Varied
e cast for the annual produc-
has been selected chiefly from
native and foreign members of
Cospolitan club, but, following-
policy adopted in 1915, there
dlways been at least one mem-
in each program presented by
ssional entertainers.
b professional talent is not the
important phase of Interna-
1 Ni ht. Representations of
e f lk-ways, dances, and
, the beautiful, native cos-
s, and the bond of a common
Lnity between all nations
h the whole production sym-
es, is the element of most in-
nen Conduct Mock Initiation
1927, a number unique was a
-initiation into Cosmopolitan
acted by two American girls
nig the parts of sponsors for
girl neophytes, one from
lulu and the other from
a. On the same program were
up of Hindu girls singing na-
songs, two Filipinos dancing
Gar.inosa, and several Syrian
who did the Debki dance, ac-
anied by the music of native'
e scenes with all of the
our of the beach of Waikiki,
iians singing serenades, and
e girls. doing a genuine Hula
e proved popular with the
nt section of the audience atJ

|~W ..
Chester C. Bennett
Secretary of the Student Chris-
tian association, who is directing
the seventh annual International
Night program.
International Night the following
year. The symbol of the spirit of
International Night was worked
out that year by Stella Brunt, edi-
torial assistant of the registrar's of-
Orchesis On Program
In 1928, for the first time, an-
other group of women assisted the
Cosmopolitan club in providing en-
tertainment. Five members of
Orchesis, natural dancing society,
did a purely creative work entitled
"Moods From the River" to a musi-
cal accompaniment that had been
written by a student of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin.
Although many countries have
been represented in the annual
programs, outstanding of them all
has been the Japanese and Chinese
numbers presented every year.
Geisha Girls Star
In last year's production were
nine little Japanese girls who took
part in a Japanese Flower dance.
They were costumed in typical red
and black robes, figured with large
The history of International
Nights in a perspective covering the
sixteen years in which Cosmopoli-
tan club has offered its'productions,
shows a marked evolution from
programs with a purely artistic
objective, and in the evolution
University women have played an
importan* part.

By William J. Gorman Advance Sale]
Music, the universal language,;Being how
represents the most satisfactory art
in which to trace the subtle differ- bySt
entiations of nationalism. Lan-
guage represents often a complete ON SALE AT
divergence so that comparison is --
difficult and unprofitable. But An unusuall
music is a definitely defined me- . ticket sale for
dium in which the national soul can
pour its essential character without Night program
essentially affecting the medium. Student Christia
Because musical expression uses the Cosmopolita
not an altogether different tongue, place, Chester Be
as in language, but always essen- arrangements f
tia~y the same modes, music has
coi.e to be recognized as -the art stated yesterday
in which the deeper, hidden char- Tickets for th
acteristics of a nation .reveal them- cents and can be
selves. ssstores on State s
Distinctions Involved.
The distinctions are not traced; , or from any me
easily; they are subtly lodged inm William B. Palmer - opolitan club.
the various aspects of the problem. Graduate student, who as gen- until the evenin
l of nmusical composition. Recogni- eral chairman of the 1930 Interna-nce when all s
t of the a y t tional Night program, has charge
feeling, hence more vivid and me of all technical arrangements. to the box office
penetrating and more immediate .iThe exceedi
than the intellectual labor involved l Polish Boy Prodigy date is indicativ
in philological study, the results of interest being to
which might very possibly bring the Thirteen Years Old program by the
same conclusions. it was pointed ou
Appropriately, then, the larger Plans Piano Recital only have facu]
portion of the program for Inter-P ______odents particular
national Night, wih its essential activities of for
aim of bringing to the American One of the artists to appear on tained seats for
student a comprehension of nation- the seventh annual International the undergradua
al character, will be musical. This Night program, to be presented in is planning to a
will make the appreciation and Hill auditorium on Tuesday night, comes not only t
recognition a more subtle thing is Czeslaw Cialek, youthful Polish ly interesting1
than the pageantry and domestic pianist of Detroit. will be presented
l dramas of last year's program. i'Cialek, who is only 12 years old, educational vali
Improved Program. 1 has attracted the attention of types of entertai
It will be hardly so obvious as many famous musicians with his foreign lands wh
last year's program because of its remarkable talent and is now con- sented by studer
presentative character. But in I sidered by many to be the leading s ty.
its recognition of the fundamental- I pianist in Detroit.
ly nationalist quality of music f Born of Polish parents in Detroit Campus A
when carefully chosen, the Inter- in 1916, Cialek took to music at an Attra
national Night Program.Committee early age. Ae
" is being intelligent and courage- Under Frank Bishop, Curator of
ous. Music of the Detroit Institute of Something ne
The Germane club will present a Arts, he made such rapid progress campus advert
group of German student and folk that musicians and critics were troduced by t
songs, that vast reservoir of melody unanimous in prophesying a bril- charge of the I
from which the Teutonic genius in liant career for him as a concert program, in that
the larger musical forms has al- I pianist. He has been heard by photographs are
ways drawn; -a rather clear in- such famous artists as Myra Hess, advertising plac
stance of this being the Academic and Ernest Hutcheson, both of Much attentior
Overture of Brahms, which welds whom highly praised his technique ed by the photo
together some of the very songs on and describe him as having unusual pict some of th
this program. '-talent. ists of the showi
Miss Kime Nojima is offering a Such entusiasm was shown at a z istic of their ac
group of Japanese folk songs. Bul- recent appearance of Czeslaw at The placards
garia, Hawaii, and Arabia are all the Detroit Athletic club that, he bright coloredf
represented by groups of folk has been re-engaged to play on the have been made
songs. club concert for next season. . -read at a longt

Indicates Interest
n in Program [
y large advance
the International
sponsored by the
an association and
n club has taken
ennett, in charge of
or the association,
e progr.am are 50
r obtained at bookf,
treet, at Lane Hall,
ember of the Cos-
Sale will ,continue
g of the perform-
ales will be shifted
of Hill auditorium.
gly large sale to
ve of the increased
aken in the special
foreign students,
ut by Bennett. Not
lty men and stu-
ly interested in the
eign students ob-
the program, but
ate body generally
ttend. The appeal
hrough the unique-
performance that
d but also from the
ue -of viewing the
nment of the many
hich are to be pre-
rnts at the Univer-
:ts Ateti
ew in the way of!
sing has been in-
-he committee in
nternational Night
t specially prepared
used to illustrate
)n has been attract-
ographs, which de-
e outstanding art-
in poses character-
are lettered in
inks. The letters
large enough to be



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