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May 19, 1940 - Image 2

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SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1940

Report Shows Student Interest
In Music Appreciation Records

The idea that all college students1
are jitterbugs, interested only in the
swing and transient favorites, is dis-
proven by the actual sales records
of the Michigan Association for Mu-
sic Appreciation.
According to figures issued by the
Ann Arbor store at 601 Williams
Street, more than 40 percent of the
2000 records sold to date in Ann
Arbor went to students.
The students were quick to seize
the opportunity to secure recordings
of the masters at the low price made
possible by the association.
According to Prof. Glen D. Mc-
Geoch, assistant professor of the
history of music, the "natural spon-
taneous eagerness of the student to

possess the works which they have
studied, and their desire to study
the standard works of thetmasters
have sold the students on the series."
In commenting on the recordings,
Prof. McGeoch said that great in-
terest has been aroused because the
records are good, they are played
by excellent organizations, and are
representative of the masters.
This week Cesar Franck's Sym-
phony in D Minor is being issued in
Ann Arbor. It is one in a series of
12 recorded symphonic masterpieces
which are being made available by
the Music Appreciation Association.
;ncluded in the series are Schubert's
Symphony No. 8 in B Minor, Bee-
thoven's Symphony No. 5 in C Minor,
Tschaikowsky's "Nutcracker Suite"
and other symphony favorites.

Infant Saved
Surgeons at University hospital
announced Friday that complete
success had come after an unusually
delicate operation on a ten-weeks

Band To Play
At Traditional
Tulip Festival
Travel To Holland Friday
For Annual Concert;
Expect 6,0001 To Attend

Social Work Courses Attract 142
I tnand for niIr(A s tcial Vorkers'1 1 Pul:o nId So i l:I Admintu tion of 59 to 142. This. the report says, in-
has resulted in a substantial increase tie School. dicates that more social workers are
in the enrollment of the Curriculum stdents registered in th ' Cu'ricu- begiimng to feel the need of a de-

in Social Work of the Graduate
School, according to the recently pub-
lished report on the first ficv years,

Lun at present include 19 who al- gree and that special students prob-
d possess an advanc il degree. ably form the majority of those ex-
180 enrollees represent 61 col- cludcd through raised entrance re-


old baby girl which involved com- More than 6,000 persons are ex-
plete rearrangement of the infant's pected to attend the Universityl
vital organs. Band's concert when it travels to'
The operation, which was per- Holland for the annual Tulip Fes-
formed three weeks ago, was under- tival on Friday.
taken only after consideration of The traditional spring celebration
the severe complications which will bring visitors from all over the
might have resulted had the child state to watch Holland residents

esand universities, wi 1' abou quirements.
of theCurculum-;third coming from 4:o Univer- Percntage of students taking hill-
The Curriculum, intended to equip sj , and 14 from Wayne Uwversity, time work in the Curriculum has in-
men and women for public and social While the number of students not creased very little, the report indi-
work and to train special investiga- candidates for degrees has decreased cates. This, it says, is probably due
tors, offers more than 40 distinct from 46 in 1935, the year of the first to the fact that many candidates for
curses and opportunities for case r-gistration, to 38 this year, candi- degrees must study while holding reg-
wcrk, It is a part of the institute of dates have increased in number from ular positions outside school.

Ailine 9ejenatkh4
Phone 730F14 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

been permitted to live in her post-
natal condition.
Preceding the operation, the child's
intestines were pushed up into the
chest cavity, the heart was forced
to one side, and one lung had col-
lapsed because there was no room
for it to function. Nourishment
could not be given easily before the
operation, but now hospital officials
announce that the child is eating
regularly and is gaining weight.
operations of the sort involving
the rearrangement of an "upside
down" stomach are not unusual at
the University hospital, but this op-
eration is considered to be among
the first of its kind ever performed.
The infant is the child of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore R. Bauman of Hope,

dress in Dutch costumes, scrub the
streets and honor the tulip.
The concert will be held out of
doors in an amphitheatre built es-
pecially for the festival. Members
of the band will leave Morris Hall
at noon Friday for Holland. They
will return to Ann Arbor Saturday.
The cornet trio, Leslie Grimard, '41,
Albin Johnson, '43, and Richard
Baker, Grad, will be featured in the
concert. They will play Walter
Smith's "Bolero."
The rest of the program includes
the Finale of Tschaikowsky's "Sym-
phony No. 4 in F minor"; the "Eury-
anthe Overture" by C. M. Von
Weber; "Voices of Spring" by Jo-
hann Strauss; a march, "Bandstand
in Hyde Park" from the Fresco suite
by Hayden Wood; and Morton
Goulds "Tropical" and "Prima Don-

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SHOWS TODAY at 1-3-5-7-9 P.M.

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PHONE 9088
Suits and dresses 75c
Suits and dresses 6.9e






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