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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1957

IE MiCIIIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Jazz Artists To Present Festival of Music

Events Around Campus

Frosh Weekend
Petitioning for Frosh Weekend
opens today for the chairmanships
of the committees for both the
Maize and Blue teams.'
Positions which are available for
both teams are general chairman,
assistant general chairman, floor-
show chairman and her assistant
and the publicity and assistant
publicity chairmen.
Decorations and assistant deco-
rations chairhien, programs, fi-
nance, tickets, awards and judges,
patrons and properties chairmen
are other positions to be filled.
Petitioning will run through Fri-
day, Feb. 15. Interviewing will be
held from Monday, Feb. 18 through
Tuesday, Feb. 26.
Baha'i Symposium
Members of the Baha'i student
group are sponsoring a symposium
on "Attitudes Toward World
Peace," which will take place at
3 p.m., Sunday at the International
Center in the Union.
The moderator for the sym-
posium will be Joseph C. Allen.
Participants in the program in-

elude Anong Sopanan from Thai-
land, representing the Buddhist
religion; Madhu Ramaswamy from
India, representing Hinduism; and
Abram Minkovitz from Israel,
representingJudaism. Speaking
for Christianity will be John Perry
of the United States; Muhamad
Mahmoud Ghaly from Egypt will
discuss the Muslim attitude and
Jack Faily from the United States
will speak for the Baha'i religion.

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By ROSE PERLBERG
An English band, two singers
and a Jazz pianist will come Fri-
day, Feb. 22, to Hill Auditorium, to
present an "International Festival
of Jazz Music."
The program, featuring Ted
Heath and his band, vocalists
June Christy and Al Hibbler and
Eddie Heywood at the piano, is
the 1957 Inter-House Council-
Assembly Dormitory Council spring
show..
Two Performances Scheduled
Performances are scheduled for
7:15 and 9:30 p.m. Tickets, in
singles or blocks, may be pur-
chased by mail through Wednes-
day, says Co-Chairman Drake
Duane. They are available at the
Undergraduate Office of the
League. Public sales begin from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Feb.
18 through show time at the Hill
AuditoriumBox. Office.
Duane said that committee mem-
bers have also planned a ticket

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treasure hunt. A card, "worth four
of the best tickets in the Auditor-
ium," will be planted somewhere
on campus Monday. Hunters may
watch The Daily and posters on
campus for clues.
Profits go for Scholarships
Profits from the show, he added,
will go into IHC and Assembly
scholarship funds. The groups are
student government organizations
for men's and women's residence
halls.,
Speaking of the Festival itself,
Duane remarked that Ted Heath's
band is a leading jazz band in
England. The musicians have
toured both the United States and
the continent.
Their latest recording, "Mada-
gascar," heads a list of interna-
tionally popular records which

have sold in the millions on all
continents, Duane added.
The Heywood Style
Pianist Heywood is known for
his own distinctive keyboard style,'
Duane says. Recordings by a na-
tional company include themes
and ballads in jazz and popular
music, including his version of
"Canadian Sunset."
Singer Hibbler, noted for his
recording of "Unchained Melody,"!
reached stardom in two years,
Duane commented. Called "The
Voice With Tonal Pantomine," he
is said to be completely at home
in the blues, jazz or popular ar-
rangements.
Hibbler, known for his interpre-
tations of both comic and serious
lyrics, has followed his successful
national recording of "Melody"
with a chain of hits.
Vocalist Christy, singer of "Mis-
ty" and formerly with Bandleader;
Stan Kenton, has been an out-
standing "single" act since 1950,
Duane remarked.
Often called. a "cold" singer,
Miss Christy personally feels that
"warmth is the one quality I do
have."
A national recording of "Some-
thing Cool" gained her about 93,-
000 fans and critics think that
her latest album, "The Misty Miss
Christy" will be even more popu-
lar.
"The Misty Miss Christy" is her
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latest album and it seems to sum
up the progressive jazz singer's
personality, critics have said.
Working with rhythm sections
on club dates is one of Miss
Christy's favorite pastimes.

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By NANCY STAMM
The welcome mat is out at the
International Center for approxi-
mately 100 new students from for-
eign countries,
Upon arrival their first stop is at
the Center where they receive as-
sistance with housing, orientation,
lost baggage, money, appointments
with academic counselors and
other problems confronting new
students.
Social functions planned for the
students will begin with a wel-
coming tea to be held ,from 4:30
to 6 p. m. today. Mr. Robert
Klinger, head counselor at the
Center, will show the students
slides of Ann Arbor and the Uni-
versity Saturday evening. High-
lighting the social program will be
a reception held on Saturday, Feb.
23. tI3. James Davis, head of the
Center, will be the speaker of the
evening.
Various Tours Planned
Tours visiting radio and tele-
vision facilities in Detroit were
also available to the students. In
addition, Mrs. Miller, a Center
staff member, is touring southern
Michigan With her are two stu-
dents from the Philippines, one
from Burma, orie from. Pakistan
and another from Sweden. The
group is performing and singing
for high school students.
A ski weekend at Tawas will be-
gin Friday, Feb. 15 and end Sun-
day, Feb. 17. The itinerary for the
weekend begins when the bus
stops only for a snack before ar-
riving at the Flo-tel, an anchored
ship where they will stay. The
next two days will be filled with
skiing, a dance and a sleigh ride.
On Friday, Feb. 22, tryouts will
be held for the show that will
tour Michigan high schools during
the week of April 6th. At the same
time Mr. Hanson is taking a group
on a home hospitality tour of
southern Michigan. The group will
visit such cities as Grand Rapids,
Kalamazoo and Muskegon where
they will view several industries
as guests of the various c'ty
groups.
Liberal Arts Lectures
Beginning on Wednesday, Feb.
27 and on the following six Wed-
nesdays the American Cultural
Committee of the International
Students Association will present
lectures by various University
faculty members on different
phases of art. Speaking on philos-
ophy will be Prof. Howard Kauf-
man; poetry will be discussed by
Prof. James Squires; and the short
story and novel will be .eviewed
by Prof. John Weimer.
Included in the series will be
Prof. Leonard Eaton whose topic
will be architecture; music will be
reviewed by Prof. John Flower
4 and Prof. Marvin Felheim will
summarize the speeches.
The purpose of the series is to
acquaint the students, who are

ional Students
primarily studying science, with
the importance ,of the arts in a
liberal education. The lectures will
be held in room 3-G of the Union.
Interniational Week. Mauch 9 to
March 16, will highlight the Cen-
ter's year. Opening the week will
be a formal dance, the Interna-
tional Ball, to be held at the
League. Other events planned f7r
the week include a fashion show
and a brotherhood dinner.

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