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PAG THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Expect 3,000 High School StudentsToEnterMusiCFestv

FRDAY, APRL 29, 1938
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Today's Entries
Should Follow
This Schedule
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Eliminations Will Begin
At 8:30 A.M. Of Soloists,
Ensemble Candidates
The schedule for today for the var-
ious soloists and ensembles cmpeting
in the Festival is as follows:
Senior High School Violin Solos: At
8:30 a.m. in Room 302 of the Union.
Adjudicator, Mr. Anthony S. Whit-
mire of the University.
Junior High School Violin Solos:
At 8:30 a.m. in Room 305 of the
Union. Adjudicator, Mr. John drill,
director of Lane Technical High
School Orchestra, Chicago.
Senior High School Flute Solos:
At 8:30 a.m. in Room 402, Burton
Memorial Tower. Adjudicator, Mr.
John Skornicka, Supervisor of In-
strumental Music, Milwaukee.
Junior High School Flute Solos:
At 8:30 a.m. in Room 502, Burton Me-
morial Tower. Adjudicator, Mr. Keith
Stein, Michigan State College.
Junior High School French Horn
Solos: At 8:30 a.m. in Lane Hall. Mr.
Leonard Falcone, Michigan State
College.
'Junior High School Cornet Solos:
At 8:30 a.m. in Morris Hall. Adjud-
icator, Mr. Harry Clarke, Supervisor
of Bands, Cleveland.
Senior High School Drum Solos:
At 8:30 a.m. in Room B-8, Ann Arbor
High School. Adjudicator, Mr. Fred-
erick Wiest of Ann Arbor.
y Senior High School French Horn
Solos: At 9:00 a.m.in Lane Hall. Mr.
Falcone.
Junior High School Oboe Solos:
At 9:24 a.m. in Room 502, Burton Me-
morial Tower.
Junior Higi School Clarinet Solos:]
At 9:42 a.m. ih Room 502, Burton Me-]
morial Tower. Mr. Stein. I
Senior - High School Trombone
Solos: At 10:06 a.m. in Lane Hall. Mr.
Falcone.
Junior High School Trombone
Solos: At 10:18 a.m. in Morris Hall.
Mr. Clarke.
Junior High School Cello Solos: At
10:24 a.m. in Room 305 of the Union.
Mr. Grill.
Senior High School Oboe Solos: At
10:48 a.m. in Room 402, Burton Me-
morial Tower. M. Skornicka.
Junior High School String Bass
Solos: At 11:00 a.m. in Room 305 of
the Union. Mr. Grill.
Senior High School Clarinet Solos:
At 11:06 a.m. in Room 402, Burton
Memorial Tower. Mr. Skornicka.
Senior High School Viola Solos: At
11:12 a.m. in Room 305 of the Union.
Mr. Grill.
Junior High School Clarinet Solos:
At 11:24 a.m. in Room 502, Burton
Memorial Tower. Mr. Stein.
Junior High School Baritone Solos:
At 11:24 a.m. in Morris Hall. Mr.
Clarke.
Senior High School Cello Solos: At
11:36 a.m. in Room 305 of the Union.
Mr. Grill.
Senior High School Clarinet Solos:
At 11:36 a.m. in Room 402, Burton
Memorial Tower. Mr. Skornicka.
Senior High School Cornet and
Trumpet Solos: At 11:54 a.m. in Mor-
ris Hall. Adjudicator, Mr. Harry
Clarke, Supervisor of Bands, Cleve-
land,
Junior High School String En-
semble: At 2:48 p.m., in Room 302 of
the Union. Mr. Grill.
Senior High School String En-
sembles: At 3:48 p.m. in Room 302 of
the Union. Mr. Whitmire.
Senior High School String Basses:
At 1:30 p.m. in- Room 305 of the
Union. Mr. Grill.
Senior High JSchool String Quar-
tcts: 4:18 pm, Room 302 of the
Union. Mr. Whitmire.
Senior High School String En-

sembles: At 4:54 p.m. in Room 302 of
the Union. Mr. Whitmire.
Senior High Woodwind Ensembles:
At 1:42 p.m. in Room 305 of the
Union. Mr. Grill.
Junior High School Brass En-
sembles: At 4:24 p.m. in Room 305
of the Union. Mr. Grill.
Senior High School Clarinets: At
1:00 p.m. in Room 402 Burton Me-!
morial Tower. Mr. Skornicka.
Senior High School Bassoons: At
3:18 p.m. in Room 402 of Burton
Memorial Tower. Mr. Skornicka.
Senior High School Alto Clarinets:
At- 4:06 p.m. in Room 402, of Burton
Memorial Tower. Mr. Skornicka.
Junior High School Clarinets: At
1:12 p.m. in Room 502 of Burton Me-
morial Tower. Mr. Stein.
Junior High School Bassoons: At
1:24 p.m. in Room 502 of Burton Me-
morial Tower. Mr. Stein.
Junior High School Saxophones:
At 1:36 p.m. in Room 502, Burton
Memorial Tower. Mr. Stein.
Junior High School Woodwind En-
sembles: At 2:00 p.m. in Room 502,
Burton Memorial Tower. Mr. Stein.
Senior High School Bass Clarinets:
At 4:18 p.m. in Room 402, Burton
Memorial Tower. Mr. Skornicka.
Junior High School Flute Trio,
Woodwind Quintet, Sax op hone
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Music Groups Mere Tomorrow

Ann Arbor High School Auditorium
Junior High Bands
8:30-8:50 Adrian
8:50-9:10 Washington,(Pontiac)
9:10-9:30 Hamtramck
9:30-9:50 Kalamazoo
9:50-10:10 McMichaels (Detroit)
10:10-10:30 Holy Name (Detroit)
10:30-10:50 Holland
funior High Orchestras
10:50-11:10 McMichaels
(Detroit)
11:10-11:30 Highland Park
11:30-11:50 Hamtramck

1:00-1:20
1X20-1:40
D!
1:40-2:00
B!
2:00-2:30
2:30-3:00
3 :00-3 :30
3:30-4:00
4:00,4:30
4:30-5:00

Adrian
Pontiac
Orchestras
Lawrence
Orchestras
South Haven
East Lansing
Hillsdalq
Lowell
Mason
Adrian

C Bands
1:30-2:00 Hudsonville
2:00-2:30 Bronson
2:30-3:00 Lake Odessa
3:00-3:30 Reading
3:30-4:00 Oxford
4:00-4:30 Centerville
4;30-5:30 Clayton
5:00-530 U. High (Ann Arbor)
5:30-6:00 Walled Lake
7:00-7:30 Tecumseh
7:30-8:00 Clinton
8:00-8:30 Napoleon
Hill Auditorium
Bands
9:00-9:30 Onsted
9:30-10:00 Grosse Pointe
10:00-10:30 Sand Creek
10:30-11:00 Waldron
A Orchestras
11:00-11:30 Hamtramck
11:30-12:00 Pontiac
12:00-12:30 Jackson
1:30-2:00 Holland
2:00-2:30 Battle Creek
2:30-3:00 Kalamazoo
3:00-3:30 Flint
A Bands
3:30-4:00 Grand Rapids Ottawa
Hills
4:00-4:30 Holland
4:30-5:00 Kalamazoo
5:00-5:30 Battle Creek
5:30-6:00 Flint Central
7:00-7:30 Lansing Eastern
7:30-8:00 Highland Park
8:00-8:30 Pontiac
8:30-9:00 River Rouge
9:00-9:30 Ann Arbor
10:00 Announcement of decisions.

Contests Today
And Tomorrow
In All Sections
Michigan School Band And
Orchestra Association,
University Are Hosts
More than 3,000 students from
junior and senior high schools all_
over the state will gather in Ann
Arbor today and tomorrow for the
annual Instrumental Music Festival,
and the, inauguration of an addition
to the regular program, a band and
orchestra festival.
Previously, the students have par-'
ticipated in the affair, which is spon-
sored by the Michigan School Band
and Orchestra Association and by the
School of Music here, only as soloists
or members of ensembles.
The solo and ensemble sections of
the Festival will convene today at'
places and times indicated elsewhere
on this page. Eight general divisions
have been organized, which are in
turn divided into smaller units.
The state officers of the Band and
Orchestra Association are Dale C.
Harris, of Pontiac, president; King'
Stacy, of Lansing, vice-president, and
Ralph Mclntire, of Lansing, secre-
tary-treasurer.
The local committee is composed
of Prof. William D. Revelli, director
of the University Band, chairman;
William Champion, instructor of band
and orchestra in the Ann Arbor pub-
lic schools, and Lee Chrisman, direc-
tor of student relations for the band.
The Festival Committee includes
Mr. Harris, chairman for the band
and orchestra festival; Mr. Champion,
chairman for the solo and ensemble
festival, Professor Revelli, Mr. Stacy,
Mr. McIntire, Robert Magor of Berke-
ley, Cleo Fox of Kalamazoo, Merwyn
Mitchell of Grand Rapids and Eu-
gene Heeter of Holland.
Members of the University Band

The University Extension Service,
bearing the standard of the Univer-
sity outside Ann Arbor, is also a pro-
ponent of the "learn by mail" cor-
respondence study method, though as-
suredly in a more scholarly sense than
the better known agencies that ad -
vertise in popular magazines.
The Extension Service offers a com-
plete series of correspondence courses',
generally paralleling first-year col-
lege study, for the benefit of those
who have not the opportunity to at-
tend college. In recent years an ad-
junct to the Works Progress Admin-
istration educational plan, the courses
are described as aiding study "wheth-
er one is living on the edge of the
great forests of northern Michigan, or
in the industrial and agricultural
south."
Differing from the ordinary type of

correspondence study in that they are
most frequently taught in groups un-
der the supervision of a qualified and,
experienced instructor, the courses
have a surprisingly wide range.
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Leads Varsity Band

Extension Service Is Varied t

C Orchestras
5:00-5:30 Paw Paw
5:30-6:00 Everett (Lansing)
7:00-7:30 Morenci
7:30-8:00 U. High (Ann Arbors
Waterman Gymnasium
B Bands
8:00-8:30 Farmington
8:30-9:00 Clawson
9:00-9:30 Birmingham
9:30-10:00 Lapeer
10:00-10:30 Adrian
10:30-11:00 Hillsdale
11:00-11:30 Sturgis
11:30-12:00 South Haven
12:00-12:30 Traverse City

PROF. WILLIAM D. REVELLI
will act as guides and hosts to the
students while they are in town, and
will take charge of the various events
in the capacity of chairman.
The individual sections will each
be judged by individual adjudicators.
The same judges will also be the arbi-
ters in the band and orchestra fes-
tival Saturday. Bands and orches-
tras will compete on the same basis
as school athletic teams; that is, by
division of schools according to size
into classes A. B, and C. Orchestras
and bands of the various classes
placed by the judges, will be eligible
to compete in the National Regional
contests at Elkhart, Ind., May 19, 20
and 21.
MARLEY TO SPEAK AT HILLEL,
Rev. H'R. Marley, of the Unitarian
Church, will speak at the Hillel
Foundation Mriday Evening Services,
8 p.m. today, on "Liberalism-Stand-
ing or Moving?" Dr. Heller, director
of the Foundation, spoke at the Uni-
tarian church about a month ago.

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sembles: At 2:48 p.m. in Room 502,
Burton Memorial Tower. Mr. Stein.
Brass Quartet: At 3:12 p.m. in
Room 502, Burton Memorial Tower.
Mr. Stein.
Senisor High School Brass En-
sembles, continued: At 4:06 p.m. in
Room 502, Burton Memorial Tower.
Mr. Stein.
Senior High School Saxophones:
At 5:48 p.m. in Room 502, Burton
Memorial Tower. Mr. Stein.
Senior High School Baritones: At
1:00 p.m. in Lane Hall. Mr. Falcone.
Junior High School Baritones: At
11:00 a.m. in Morris HalL. Mr. Clarke.
Senior High School Baritones, con-
tinued: At 1:18 p.m. in Lane Hall.
Mr. Falcone.
Senior High School Tubas: At 2:42
p.m. in Lane Hall. Mr. Falcone.
Junior High School Marimbas: At
4:00 p..m p.m. in Lane Hall.. Mr.
Falcone.
Senior High School Marimbas: AtZ
4:18 p.m. in Lane Hall. Mr. Falcone
Senior High School Cornets and
Trumpets: At 1:00 p.m. in Morris
Hall. Mr. Clarke.
Harp: At 1:00 p.m. in piano studio
of School of' Music. Adjudicator,
Prof. Joseph Brinkman of the Uni-
versity School of Music.
Junior High School Piano: At 1:06

p.m. in piano studio of School of
Music. Professor Brinkman.
Senior High School Piano: At 1:24
p.m. in piano studio of School of
Music. Professor Brinkman.
Junior High School Drums: At 8:00
a.m. in Room B-8 of Ann Arbor High
School. Mr. Wiest.

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English Accent Discussed
In University Lecture
"One's speech should be in social
harmony with his surroundings," said
Miss Marjorie Daunt in discussing
"The English Accent-What Is It,
How Is It?" in her lecture spon-
sored by the University at 4:15 p.m.
yesterday in the Natural Science
Auditorium.
By way of introduction, Miss
Daunt, a professor at the University
of London, explained that most of
r her material on the English accent
had been picked up on the streets
of London.

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