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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13,

OFFER VARIED PROGRAM:
Music Conference Continues Today

More than 1,000 music students
and teachers will take part in
the varied program of the Sixth
Annual Midwestern Conference
on School Vocal and Instrumen-
tal Music as it enters its second
day this morning.

Today's schedule provides for
work in instrumental clinics set
up in the League Ballroom, read-
ing rehearsals for the visiting
student bands, performances by
a teachers string orchestra and
band, and classes in musicology.
* *

Music on Radio or Television
Discussed Here by Don Gillis

Whether we would look at a
symphony orchestra on television
or just listen to it on the radio was
considered by Don Gillis, NBC pro-
gram director, in a discussion of
"Radio and Television - Their
Place in Music Education" yes-
terday in the Union.
Speaking at a meeting of the
Midwestern Music Conference,
Gillis objected to the idea of hav-
ing the television camera
move from instrument to in-
strument. "But it violates
g o o d photography to simply
keep a still camera on the en-
tire orchestra. This is one of the
problems that will have to be solv-
ed before more symphony orches-
tras are to be televised."
THERE ARE also problems to be
solved in broadcasting symphony
orchestras. The main one is where
to get the money, Gillis said. He
had no objection to commercials
during intermissions of the NBC

Beginning at 3:30 p.m. ini Hill
Auditorium, the University All-
State Orchestra, Chorus and
Band will present a concert which
will include the works of Bizet,
Mendlssohn and William Schu-
man, President of the Julliard
School of Music who will conduct'
his own composition, "George
Washington Bridge."
Tomorrow's program will fea-!
ture the Annual Midwinter Con-
cert of the University Symphonic
Band conducted by Prof. William'
D. Revelli at 4:15 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium.
Among the works to be played
will be Rossini's "Overture in La
Scala Di Seta," Gould's "Rhap-
sody Jericho," and a Richard
Rodgers scenario from "South
Pacific."
'Ensian Calls for
More Salesmen

Symphony Orchestra or any other
orchestra.
"Someone has to pay the bills
and it might just as well be a
toothpaste company as anyone
else," Gillis said.
He noted that a continuation
of serious music on the radio is
the responsibility of the radio au-
dience. "Unless people write to ra-
dio stations insuring a large lis-
tening audience, no sponsors will
be found to pay the bills."

Choris ters
To Appear
On Mondayl
Serge Jaroff will lead his 28
man troop of six-foot singers and
dancers into Hill Auditorium Mon-
day at 8:30 p.m. as the fourth con-
cert in the Extra Concert Series
sponsored by the University Musi-
cal Society.
The Original Don Cossack
Chorus and Dancers will stop here
in Ann Arbor as part of their 21st
tour of the United States and Can-
ada.
THE TOUR will take them into
about 100 American and Canadian
cities and round out an all time
record of over 7000 concerts given
in every country in the world--
except Russia.
Serge Jaroff's choristers, or-
ganized in 1921, became Ameri-
can citizens en masse in 1936.
By that time all but four were
married and settled down to the
American way of life.
In preparing for citizenship the
choristers memorized the entire
U.S. Constitution and added it to
their repertoire. They may be the
only Americans who can recite the
constitution from beginning to
end.
The chorus performance Mon-
day will include church music,
Russian classics, soldier and folk
songs.

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Donald J. Shetler, Grad., said The 'Ensian is making a call for
that the possibility of teaching _____ ot n

music by way of television is very
great. "Television will attract a
large audience, but many factors,
such as money and available per-
sonnel must be considered," he
warned.
The moderator of the discussion
was Prof. Joseph E. Maddy, of
the music department, who has
had much experience in giving
music lessons on the radio.

more salesmen, accorcung io oe
Heinlein, '53, promotions manager.
"Students with no selling ex-
perience are eligible," Heinlein
said. "They will work at registra-
tion and during the spring sales."
A meeting for those interested
will be held at 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the 'Ensian business office.
Old staff salesmen will meet at
5:00 p.m. the same day.

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1951
VOL. LXI, No. 80

Notices
J-Hop Weekend: St u d e n t
groups planning parties for J-
Hop weekend, Feb. 9 and 10, must
file applications for approval for'
specific events in the Office of
Student Affairs, Room 1020, Ad-
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permissions cannot be granted to
women students until social
events have been finally approv-
ed, it is essential that approvals
be secured as soon as possible.
Late permission for women stu-
dents who attended the Erica
Morini concert on January 11 will
be no later than 11:05 p.m.
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dents who attended the four one-
act plays presented by the De-
partment of Speech on January
11 will be no later than 11:15 p.-
m.
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Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Hen-
ry L. Bretton, Political Science;
thesis: "The Foreign Policy of
Gustav Stresemann with Respect
to the Treaty' of Versailles," Sat.,
Jan. 13, East Council Room,
Raqtham Bldg., 9 a.m. Chairman,
R. H. Fifield.
Doctoral Examination for Wil-
liam Merritt Beaney, Jr., Politi-
cal Science; thesis: "The Right;
to Counsel in American Courts,"
Sat., Jan. 13, West Council Room,
Rackham Bldg., 9:30 a.m. Chair-
man, H. M. Dorr.
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nard I. Weissmann, Chemistry;
thesis: "A Study of Some Seven-
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Hay.
Concerts
The Don Cossack Chorus, Serge
Jaroff, Conductor, will be heard
Monday evening, Jan. 15, at 8:30,
in Hill Auditorium, in the fourth
concert of the Extra Series. The
group will be heard in an interest-
ing program of religious and folk
songs, as well as Cossack songs
and dances.
Tickets are on sale daily, ex-
cept Sunday, at the offices of the
University Musical Society; and
will be on sale at the Hill Audi-
torium box office preceding the
concert at 7 p.m.
Events Today
IZFA: Square Dance, 8:30 p.-
m., Lane Hall. All are welcome.
Graduate Mixer: 8:30-12 mid-
night, Rackham Assembly Hall.
Dancing and cards available. All
graduate students are invited.
Coming Events
Inter-Arts Union: Meeting, 2
p.m., Sun., Jan. 14, League. All
those interested are invited.
Graduate Outing Club: Sun.,
Jan. 14: Ice Skating at Ice Rink.
Bring your own skates or rent
them there. Bring ID card. Meet
at 2:15 p.m. in Outing Club Room,
northwest corner of Rackham. All
grads welcome.
U. of M. Hot Record Society
presents a Benny, Goodman and
Jelly Roll Morton record program,
Sun., Jan. 14, 8 p.m., League.
Public invited.
Hostelers: Meet at the League,
1 p.m., Sun., Jan. 14, to hike or
ride to Amneus home, three miles
from town for skating or hiking.
Bring food for cookout. Call Mary
Rowley, 3-8687.
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