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-THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Organized Concerts Introduced
Here In 1879 By Choral Union.
By EMILE GELE jtival Orchestra under Emil Mollen-
In glaring red ink across the bot- hauer taking part in the two-day
tom of the program was the declara- series of concerts. The Choral Union
tion, "The First and Only Piano Re- presented Verdi's "Requiem," and va-;
vital in Ann Arbor," and at the top rious distinguished artists took part.'
pretentious black type announced, The May Festivals gradually grew
"Ignace J. Paderewski." Printed in from two to six concerts and the
1892, the program is now filed in Boston Festival Orchestra played
Michigan Historical Collections at each spring for 11 consecutive years.
the Rackham Building along with At the end of this period the Chi-
charters and other programs that cago Orchestra directed by Frederick
inark the beginning of the Choral Stock began appearing and gave 31
Union and the introduction of or- consecutive spring performances,
ganized concerts in Ann Arbor. President Sink said. Five years ago
Organized in 1879 to promote "the the Philadelphia Orchestra under Eu-
musical culture of its members and gene Ormandy instituted its series.
the cultivation of a taste for good President Sink noted that nearly all
music among the people, by the the world's eminent artists have been
study of- the best choral works of all heard here during the Choral Union
schools and their public interpreta- series or the May Festival period.
tion from time to time," the Choral The Choral Union has also given
Union merged several years later practically all the great choral works
with the University Music Society. before Ann Arbor audiences, he
The purpose of the latter group, stated.,

Extension Service
Sends Three Men DAILY OFFICIAL I
On Speaking Tour
With the call of cities all over the THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1940 called to
state for faculty speakers, the Exten- VOL. L. No. 83 of the Co]
sion Service, in complying, is send- Student
ing University men today to Algonac, Notices at any ot
Pontiac and Bay City the exami
Prof. J. E. Maddy of the speech de- Notice to Prospecive Payers of the work
partment will conclude his northern Federal Income Tax: Mr. James entire cla
swing which began at Romeo, and go Cummins, from the office of the Col- in the exa
to Algonac High School where he wil lector of Internal Revenue, Detroitexaminati
hold conferences on radio music in- appear in Hill AuditoriumMon- period m
struction, give talks to student assem- day, Jan. 22, at 4:15 p.m., to make a structor, t
blies, conduct band rehearsals, make statement with respect to general amination
band and choral recordings and take features of the Federal Income Tax It shou
microphone and radio tests, and to answer individual questions. f X
crohon hdisltuest o t Every person who is a prospective in- oesXno
Continuing his lectures on the come tax payer and is unfamiliar does not
European situation, Prof. James K. with any of the requirements, should ination.
Pollock of the political science de- be present at this meeting. ness to ti
partment goes to speak at 6:30 p.m. Shirley W. Smith aminatior
before the Pontiac Gridiron Club it, give n
"Current Issues in National Poli- students and Faculty, College of to studer
tics" and their significance will be Literature, Science, and the Arts: The reason fo
discussed by Prof. A. W. Bromage attention of students and faculty is

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