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WEDNESDAY, MAY 2,1956

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAY FESTIVAL SERIES:
Prof. ood Praises Child Vocal Group

(EDITORS NOTE: Following is
the second in a series of articles de-
scribing this year's May Festival.
Yesterday's article cited the history
of the Festival. Today's discusses
opinions of Festival Youth Chorus
* conductor, Prof. Marguerite V.
Hood, as expressed in an interview
yesterday.)
By RENE GNAM
Problems encountered w h e n
training a children's chorus for
public concert ,performances are
different than those of an adult
group.
Prof. Marguerite V. Hood, of the
music school, points out that chil-
dren's performances often "depend
on physical condition. If they get
tired and slump, they will sing flat.
"They have a certain group feel-
ing. If something starts to hap-
pen, it spreads throughout the
group.
During the interview, Prof. Hood
emphasized that "they are very
sensitive to each other.
"When they sing in a large
group, they sometimes don't know
whether they are in tune or not,"
conductor Hood said.

PROF. MARGUERITE HOOD
... Festival Youth Chorus conductor

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN1

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urged -to attend the lecture at 4:15
Fri., May 4 in Rackham Amphitheater.
Subject: Situation in the Far East.
Doctoral Examination for Wallace
John Bonk, Library Science; thesis:
"The Printing, Publishing, and Book-
selling Activities of John P. Sheldon
and His Associates in Detroit," Wednes-
day, May 2, East Council Room, Rack-
ham Bldg., at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, R.
H. Gjelsness.
Interdepartmental Seminar on Applied
Meteorology, Thurs., May 3, 4 p.m.,
Room 4041 Natural Science Bldg. Mr.
Frank R. Bellaire will speak on "Evap-
oration from a Lake Surface."
Sociology Coffee Hour: Coffee will be
served and the election of doctoral
representatives to the Student-Faculty
Committee will be held at 4:00 p.m.
W d., May 2, Sociology Lounge. Gradu-
ate students and staff are urged to
attend.
Chemical Physics Seminar, Thurs.
May 3, 4:10 p.m., Room 2308 Chemistry
Building. Dr. Max T. Rogers of Michi-
gan State University will speak on "In-
terpretation of Electric Dipole Mo-
ments."
Physical - Analytical - Inorganic
Chemistry Seminar, Thursday., May 3,
':30 p.m., Room 3005 Chemistry Build.
Ing. Max T. Rogers of Michigan State
University will speak on "Recent Work
on the Halogen Flourides."
Placement Notices
SUMMER PLACEMENT
There will be a meeting of the Sum-
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Mrs. Barbara Lide, Field Director,
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women Counselors.
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Mr. Arnet Cole, Ann Arbor YMCA,
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Miss Pearl Berlin, CIO Children's
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Salesmen.
Mr. Terry Adderle, Russell Kelly Office
Service, will interview women for Typ-
ists, Stenographers, General Office+

A representative from the Gibson Re-
frigeratbr Co., will interview for Sales.
Mr. W. C. Wilson of Crowell-Collier
Publishing .Co. in Detroit will inter-
view men for summer sales promotional
jobs in the Educational Division. (Not
selling magazines.)
Mrs. Wauters, Camp Hilltop, will in-
terview for men and women counselors.
R.Fiery, canoeing, camp craft, arts and
crafts.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
Oregon State Civil Service announces
open-continuous recruitment for Grad-
uate Nurses to work throughout the
state.
Mississippi State Board of Health has
openings for Sr. Psychologist with an
M.A. in Clinical Psych. and three years
experience; Psychologist with an MA in
Abnormal and Clinical Psych. and at
least one year of experience; and Psy-
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For information contact the Bureau
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ext. 371.

Another problem occurs when
"voices start to change. After all,I
they're all fifth and sixth gradeI
public school children."
When queried as to the atten-
tion of the children, Prof. Hood
replied, "They just can't sit still."
Selection of works to be per-
formed is also difficult. This is
true primarily with regard to large
.compositions. In this line, "there
are not too many excellent works
that are written for children and
are childlike. You can make the
children learn them, but it doesn't
come naturally."
Prof. Hood emphasized "we try
to do things that will be worth-
while in the lives of the children,
both now and in the future."
The children represent "a pret-
ty good cross-section of America.
Although they are really excellent,
they are unpredictable. You can't
have the assurance of a stable
performance as with adults."
Conductor Hood said "they are
frank and very refreshing. They
are so scrubbed and clean and
anxious to do well and so thrilled
with it all. They have a wonder-
ful sparkle and aren't sophisticat-
ed or blase. Then, too, this is
a special occasion for them."
Festival Youth Chorus first per-
formed May 16, 1913, under the
name of "Children's Chorus." In
succeeding years the group was
known as "Children's Festival
Chorus," "Young People's Chorus,"
and "Youth Chorus," before its
present title.
Prof. Hood summed up the at-
titude of the children by saying,
"If they had their way, they would
clap for themselves."
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Organization
Notices

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Hillel Assembly Meeting, Wednesday,
May 2, 7:00 p.m.
Hillel: Wednesday, Evening Lecture,
8:00 p.m. Dr. Frank F, Rosenthal, Rabbi,
Temple Emanuel, Oak Park, Mich.,
"The Post-Talmudic Literature."
International Center and Internation-
al Students Association, Thursday, May
3, 4:30-6:00, International Center.
* * *
Lutheran Student Association, 7:15
p.m., Lutheran Student Center, Review
of the Catechism.
* **
Physics Club-7:30 p.m., 2038 Randall
Lab. "High-Energy Accelerators," Dr.
L. W. Jones.
Westminister Stu'dent Fellowship:
3:30-5:30 "Coffee Break" at Pat Pickett's
apartment, 217 S. Observatory.

INS Writer
To Lecture
Sidney White, the Tokyo cor-
respondent for the International
News Service, will lecture at 3 p.
m. today in Aud. A, Angell Hall.
White graduated from the jour-
nalism department at the Univer-
sity in 1948. He was one of the
first persons to participate in the
Department of Journalism's gradu-
ate course, in which he received
his master's degree in 1951.
Since that time he has studied
in the Orient and worked with the
INS.
He will discuss his experiences
in the Far East. The lecture is
sponsored by the Department of
Journalism. Following the lec-
ture, the department will hold a
coffee hour.
The public is invited.

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