THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, DEC. 9, 1936
PAGE SIX TUESDAY, DEC. 8, 1936
Dr.Koussevitsky Ideal World Presents Leisure, ;115 Cases Listed 4 Boeing Scholarships Sickness Is Fatal
On Court Docket Are Goals In Contest To Lansing Woman
To Lead Boston' Dignity To Man, Handman Says Four awards will be made to Uni-
TdDtlaSOne hundred and fifteen cases on: versity, College and Junior College Miss Eva Hazel Wright, 37 years
ym phony H ere S Ltethe December circuit docket were undergraduate students in the Unit- old, daughter of Rev, and Mrs. George
SyphonyeSees Long Series Of Wars interested in a degree, and not in ed- marked ready for trial and 72 were ed States and Canada in the eighth W. Wright, 1350 Geddes Ave., died
Based On Physiological' ucation," he said. Sna onn i nvriyhos
SympBPny'ssIn ve osevea r adropped from the docket yesterday as annual W. E. Boeing Scholarships, pital after an illness of several
12th Leader Demands On Man tion, the college man finds himself Judge George W. Sample reviewed it which are sponsored by W. E. Boeing. months.
To Perform For Choral confronted by a strange world, he on the opening day of the term. Scholarships ranging from $6,000 Miss Wright, a member of the fac-
Union Concert B E FREEDMr d cannot explain his relation to the Criminal work will be begun this to $540 in the Boeing School of Aero-
state was presented by Prof. Max S.oters. morning when the jury panel reports, nautics, Oakland, Calif., will be
As the 12th conductor of the Handman of thedebynProf. Ma If he is economically successful, with 11 criminal matters marked offered in the 1937 contest. Two
ton Symphony, which will play here o the deconotic eaUnin he will attempt to mitigate this ready for trial. Michigan men have won prizes in
Thursday night, Dr Serge Koussevit- Forum Sunday. emptiness by trying to become more There has not been any definite these awards. They were Robert E.
sky has surpassed his predecessors I successful and so on in a vicious word given out yet as to the time of Hayes, '33E and Heaton B. Owsley, I
both in tenure and in attaining for It included: circle. If, however, he is the mem-, the trial of Mrs. Betty Baker. '36E. Our lines
the orchestra a fresh distinction and "1. Possibility of activity for every ber of the lower middle class, he will tl MtB .
rank among the great symphonies. indivdiual, in keeping with his ca- spend his time fruitlessly seeking so- 1'I +l9d lf +1tlt andC
Dr. Koussevitsky, the Symphony's! pacity- cial injustice," he continued.
first Russian conductor, came to the " A dignified place for everyone Professor Handman called for more SANTA SAYS: W P
orchestra in 1924 following a long the scheme of things, contemplation, greater reliance on
line of illustrious musicians. Before !ee Sufficient income to guarantee the past-the realization that life is a
necessities and comfort,rcs-n h eepai f~
that time, he had assembled in Mos- "4Psibiyfr esr an process-and the de-emphasis of Sop r m1
cow, with his own capital, his own ephemeral things like popular books, SetP o
orchestra. He also chartered a steam- blity to ie escendants songs, and art to give more content Tickets Bets
er and took his orchestra the length and care for them adequately." and perspective to life.
of the Volga River, bringing their He foresaw, however, a protracted "We professors do give an accur-
first symphony concert to many of series of wars, having as their basis ate picture of life, if the student Are Sold Out! WE DELIV
his countrymen.hs c auswm would only try to look for it,"Pro-
hscutye.physiological causes, which might fessor Handman emphasized Pr-<ut
Conducts For Government eventually accompany man's down- His HhedmWn emphasized._hereStuden
After the revolution, however, fall.si lecture was the fourth in thehe Stude
Koussevitsky conducted for a while "The rapid tempo of modern ec- series of Sunday Union Forums _
under government subsidy in Russia, onomic life is such as to demand or-
but, fleeing restriction, he established gastric outbreaks to restore the dis-
his famous "Concerts Koussevitsky" turbed equilibrium. Such outlets were
with his own orchestra in Paris. Here, given to us in the earlier and simplier
and by guest performances in Lon- period of religion and social life.
don and other British and continen- "In the olden days, we had revival
tal cities, Koussevitsky became fa- meetings and could get plenty of re-
mous throughout Europe. ligion. Today, the outlets possible
Dr. Koussevitsky was first of all, a are fewer in proportion to the need.
virtuoso on the double bass, having We can go to see a movie or base-
studied under scholarship at the ball game, drink liquor or climb into
Philharmonic School in Moscow. But an automobile and speed at 70 miles
this led to his present passion, the an hour," he said.
hundred-fold orchestra. Europeans Need Revolts -'-
Dr. Koussevitsky has also been re- "Maybe we get to the same place,"
cently honored by the French gov- he added. "But the European with -
ernment for his eminence in music tensions neither so social nor the out-
with the ivory and gold star and lets so numerous, must go out and -
the scarlet silk "cravat" of a com- start revolutions. We don't know how ::',.
mander of the Legion of Honor. long it will be before we, too, have
To Be Here Thursday to resort to these violent forms of -'-
The Boston Symphony will appear expression." -
in a Choral Union concert here Definining education as the at--
Thursday night with approximately tempt to present an understanding of .
110 players under the direction of Dr. the world in its many aspects, Pro--
Koussevitsky. The concert will mark fessor Handman expressed pity for -'
the 13th time that the orchestra has the students who fail to develop an
appeared in Hill Auditorium. Per- attraction to culture. -
forming with the orchestra will be "Nine-tenths of the students are
Prof. Joseph Brinkman of the School
of Music faculty, who will offer as a ---=-==-====-====-=- >_ _~
solo with the orchestra Sowerby's Pi- -
ano Concert No. 2 in E major which SP ECIA L
had its premiere in Boston last week
with the Boston Symphony and Croquignole Oil Permanents
which was also played by Professor $2.00
Brinkman who was invited for the -
occasion by Dr. Koussevitsky. Oil Shampoo and Wave
with complimentaryr -
Marinello Facial . . . 75c
PRISONERS HAVE NO LUCKOpnEeig
COLUMBUS, 0., Dec. 7.-(PA)-Six by Appontment-
Ohio penitentiary prisoners housed inby pote
the cell block for incorrigibles made MARY'S BEAUTY SHOP a
a desperate but futile break for free- Michigan Theater Bldg., Phone 8767
dom late today. -3 --
ulty of West Junior High School in
Lansing for the past 15 years, was
a graduate of Michigan State college.
Funeral services will be held at 10
a.m. today at the Dolph Funeral
Home, Dr. Charles Brashares and
Rev. L. L. Finch of the First Meth-
odist Episcopal Church ofliating.
Burial will be in the Greenwood Cem-
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