THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 195 !
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1951
Budapest Group To Open
Concert Series Tonight
The Twelfth Annual Chamber
Music Festival featuring the Buda-
pest String Quartet will open with
the first in a series of three con-
certs at 8:30 p.m. today in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
The military scene at the Uni-
versity will be brightened Mon-
day through Wednesday next
week when two WAVES will be
here to recruit women students
for the Navy's 1952 Reserve Of-
ficer Candidate program.
The WAVES are coming in co-
ordination with a regular NROTC
recruiting program for men.
Women willbegable to sign up
with them from 9 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. in Rm. 3528 of the Adminis-
"Female students who enroll in
the program will be under no ob-
ligation to serve on active duty
except in case of*a national emer-
gency," according to Lt. Com-
mander Leo Nelson, NROTC of-
Bus Ad Fraternity
To Hold Smokers
Informal smokers will be held
by Delta Sigma Pi, professional
business administration fratern-
ity, at the opening of its rushing
period from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Fri-
day and 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday at
the chapter house, 1412 Cam-
Always enthusiastically received
during their annual visits to Ann
Arbor, the musical group will pre-
sent a program of two classics and
one modern piece at their concert
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OPENING WITH "Quartet in
E-flat, Op. 64, No. 6" by Haydn,
the Quartet will also play "Quar-
tet in G" by Lucas Foss and con-
clude with "Quartet in C major,
Op. 59, No. 3" by Beethoven.
Although they are most fa-
mous for their interpretations
of classical works, the group be-
lieves that modern music has a
definite place in the musical
world and always include at
least one piece of new music.
The four members of the Quar-
tet, Joseph Roisman, first violin;
Jac Gorodetsky, second violin;
Mischa Schneider, violoncello; and
Boris Kroyt, viola, are all Russian
by birth but are now American
Still, the "Budapest" title is jus-
tified for the group originally
started with full Hungarian mem,
bership and the pafron-saint of
Chamber music, Prince Esterhazy,
was a Hungarian nobleman.
The other two concerts of the
series. will be given at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow and at 2:30 p m. Sun-
day in Rackham Lecture Hall.
A limited number of individual
and series tickets will be on sale
until noon tomorrow at Burton
Memorial Tower and for an hour
preceeding each concert in the
lobby of the Rackham Building.
Tickets for the series are $3.25
and $2.25 while single tickets are
being sold for $1.75 and $1.50.
Union Show ICHIGANDER'S
uditions SL Cinema (
I nd lT odc ~y Wh hen the SL Cinema brings I
the academy award winning1
movie, "The Titan" to Hill Audi-
"Last call for Toledo, Flint, De- torium this weekend, the audience
troit and Buffalo." will be treated to an unusual film
That was the call issued by produced and edited by a figure
Mark Sandground, '52 in an- well known to many on the Uni-
founcing that today is the final versity campus.
day for auditions for the 1952 The late Robert Flaherty, who
Union Opera, "It's Never Too received an honorary degree here
Late." at the 1950 commencement, lived
The opera will travel to all four in Ann Arbor for a while, charm-
of those cities for performances ing many with his gift of story
in addition to shows March 26, 27 telling.
and 28 in the Michigan Theater, * * *
Ann Arbor. KNOWN AS THE finest creator
The eight speaking parts and of documentary'films, Flaherty let
approximately 32 chorus roles are his vigorous contempt for Holly-
wide open, according to Sand- wood lead him all over the world
ground, who urged 6ll male stu- to film his pictures.
dents with any singing or dancing
talent to come Rm. 3G, Union After a few years of college
.between 3 and 6 p.m. today. Flaherty made several Arctic
Both Sandground and director trips where he collected material
Fred Evans emphasized that pro- for eskimo stories. The most
fessional experience is not neces- famous of the Nor i fist"Na-
sary, important documentary film.
"We often discover many talent-
ed people in these college'shows With his wife and small chil-
who never had any idea of going dren, the wandering producer took
into show business," Evans said. to the South Sea Islands. Accord-
Evans also assured no member ing to Prof. Richard Boys of the
of the cast would be asked to re- English department, a close friend
hearse more than three times a of Flaherty, Mrs. Flaherty has
week and that the rehearsals many elaborate theories as to the
would not last longer than two to proper methods of bringing up
two-and-a-half hours each. He American children in the wilds of
said that rehearsals would be the South Sea Islands.
planned to match the students' One of her daughters took Mrs.
schedules. Flaherty's lesson to heart. She is
uild To Show 'The Titan'
now married to a head hunter in
the Indian state of Mysore.
ON AN ISLAND off the coast of
Ireland, Flaherty filmed his most
famous picture, "Aran." Jumping
to the Louisiana bayou country,
he made the recently produced
picture, "The Louisiana Story"
Added to Flaherty's list of
contributions to the cinema is
a film based on Saint Matthew's
Passion which was just released
in New York..
In gratitude for a radio series
Flaherty did for the British
Broadcasting System, the BBC
held a memorial program this fall
for the prolific traveler-producer,
who died this summer.
"The Titan," which is based on
the works of Michelangelo, is a
German film edited for an Amer-
ican audience by Flaherty. Tickets
for the movie, which will be shown
at 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday
A POLITE GUEST-Well mannered "Eddie,'' mascot of Phi
'Sigma Delta Fraternity, says please to waiter Bill Laney, '54,
who is offering him a dog biscuit. "Eddie" was one of the 19
campus canines who attended the reception given yesterday by
the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity for their new mutt, "Frank".
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Amid enthusiastic barks a
near chaotic conditions, Fra
newly acquired mascot of the B
Theta Pi Fraternity, was w
comed to campus yesterday aft
noon by 19 other fraternity ow.
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To Air More
An expanded schedule of pro-
gramns presented by the speech de-
partment radio division over local
stations has been announced by
radio publicity agent, Don Postma,
Most widely heard of the 17
weekly shows is the "Down Story-
book Lane" children's series now
heard at 7:15 p.m Monday
through Thursday on WPAG and
at 5:30 p.m. Monday through
Thursday over WUOM. A re-
broadcast of one story each week
is heard over WWJ, Detroit at
8:45 a.m. Sundays.
The dramatic highlights of the
schedule are the "Radio Work-
shop" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays and
"Angell Hall Playhouse" at 8 p.m.
Thursdays. Both are heard over
On the educational level are the
"Student Discussion Series" at
8 p.m. Thursdays on WUOM and
the regular fifteen minute news-
casts at 3 p.m Monday through
Friday on WHRV.
The candle-lit hall of the Beta
house on South State was the
scene of a unique reception for the
blue blood English Bull dog's first
AS GUEST of honor, Frank was
seated on the first landing of the
stairs in a newly startched collar,
attended by formally dressed dog
tender, Bob Columbus, '54. Each
dog ascended the steps to be per-
sonally introduced to "Frank" be-
fore taking his place by his name
card for refreshments.
Assorted dog biscuits a la carte
were passed by a waiter in a slick
white jacket, and bowls of water
were placed by each guest.
Chamber music provided a fit-
ting background for the solemn
occasion, but the canine con-
versations often became so noisy
that it was completely drowned
The acquisition of Frank marks
an unbroken record of 14 years. of
bull dogs at the Beta Theta Pi
House. The first in the line was
"Eli" a gift ofothe Yale Chapter
after losing a football bet, and
Frank is his fourth successor.
"Eli" was one of the more prom-
inent canines on campus in his
day and in 1941 distinguished him-
self by taking third place in an
all campus beauty contest as a
write-in candidate. This was the
last beauty contest held at the
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