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THE MICHIGAN

. AI LY

YEHUDI MENUHIN, OUTSTANDING BOY
VIOLINIST, TO PLAY HERE THURSDAY

THISM
CLOSES
AT 3 P. M

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By Jerry E. Rosenthal
The outstanding boy violinist of
the era will be heard Thursday eve-
ning in Hill auditorium when Yeh-
udi Menuhin, who, for the past five
years has attracted comment every-
where from critics, appears on thel
eighth program of the Choral Un-I
ion Concert series.
Menuhin, five years ago, first re.-
ceived nation-wide attention when
he played Beethoven's violin con-
certo with the New York Symphony
orchestra. He was received then as I
an exceptional child prodigy and
now, a thtie ale of 15, he is lookedj
upon a a mature artist with the
techniqie of a veteran.
Critics all over the United States
have acclaimed him as having "ar-,
rived," especially in the East. I
Olin Downes, of the New York
Times, stated in his review of the
concert given by the youthful artist
Monday ini New York that "he set
at rest those who were skeptical
aboilt his lasting qualities or
growth... at the end the audience
rushed in droves to the stage, and
the hour for encores was on."
Yehudi Menuhin was born in
New York, Jan. 22, 1917. At the age
of three he was given a tiny violin
and the next year, upon being
given a child's size instrument, be-
gari to take lessons. At seven, he
appeared as soloist with the San

Francisco Symphony orchestra and
in the following'year gave a recital
at the Manhattan Opera house.
When nine years old, he played
with the Lamoureux orchestra in
Paris, where he was acclaimed and
when he returned to this country
his success was made.
Besides the concert to be given
in Ann Arbor, Menuhin will appear
on other programs throughout the
country.
Colonel White Reviews
R.O.T.C. Unit at Gym"
Col. A. H. White, professor of
chemical engineering, reviewed the'
entire University of M i c h i g a n
R. 0. T. C. unit Wednesday after-
noon at 5:15 o'clock in Waterman
gymnasium.
Winners of drill contests held
through the first semester were
given recognition. Robert G. Ewing,
'34, of Company D, received a gold
medal as captain of the best drill-
ed company in the unit.
Silver medals were presented to
Carl J. Holcomb, '32, as lieutenant
of the best drilled platoon, and to
Harold H. Morse, '34E, as corporal
of the best-drilled squad.
Members of this squad and a
group of best drilled first year basic
students received bronze medals.

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