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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29,

To HeaMusic f rom 'Gold

C nAr-XUnr9

DEAN EMMONS:

REHEARSING-Student orchestra, conducted by Carl Karapetian,
Gold Seeker," written by Paul Cooper, of the School of Music. They
in Auditorium A, Angell Hall. Cooper wrote the score as backgrou
featurette, which won first prize in its category at the Internatio

tioiship of this man to the town." awarded him after he received his versity who would be interested in,
There are only two or three M.A. from USC. doing a libretto," he said. "Evi-,
points in the film where the music Besides the score for "The Gold dently I haven't found them yet.".
is actually synchronized with the Seeker," Cooper has composed Orchestra To Perform
action, he said. Otherwise, it is three quartets, two symphonies, an Thoresawicwllp-
background music to set the mood. oratory based on Job, and "a good form tch score isawh oup f er
Continuity Achieved deal of chamber music." frdentsonedisby Conuctor Kau-
".There is a continuity in the Right now he's looking for an pntaounde by Conductor Ka-
score achieved by the use of an opera libretto. "There are assured- "Each member is a serious stu-
old miner's tune-not obvious to ly many writers here at the Uni- dent of his or her instrument,
he aId and the concertmaster, Michael
Avsharian is one of the finest
"The score is a little modern o cert,-Set A
perhaps for Hollywood ears," he tian clainied w
said, "but has received good re-t "Since i formed the orchestra, it
views from music critics, It em- F SundYa hSibcoefmoeandeorero
ploys many devices peculiar to the ~ abecomemore and more pred
tweniet cetur, esecillybi-ficient. I think now it has reached
twentieth century, especially bi- The Chicago Symphony Orches- a height of artistic excellence," he
tonality and counterpoint" tra, conducted by Fritz Reiner, said.
Cooper studied at the University will appear at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in Plans Conducting Career
of Southern California and the Hill Auditorium.
Sorbonne and National Conserva- The program, one of the Choral Karapetian, who plans a con-
tory in Paris. He started compos- Union Concert series, will include: gduct career, is res Btlstu;
Ing when he was 12 years old. "Overture to 'Beatrice and Bene- School of Music. He has been con-
Studied Piano dict'," by Berlioz; "Symphony No. ducting since he was eighteen,
When he was with the army in 36 CLinz')," by Mozart; "Spanish having also worked under Victor
Europe he studied piano in Ger- Rhapsody," by Ravel; and "Sym- Kohler, former conductor of the
many. His, studies in France came phony No. 5, Op. 100," by Proko- Detroit, Symphony Orchestra, and
under a Fulbright fellowship, fieff. studied in Europe while he was
stationed with the army in Ger-
FOR THE SUMMER: many. For a while he conducted
the army orchestra in Bremer-
-1 ri , " " haven, preparing and performing
'up ls iit rea Br tin, oncerts in Germany and Holland.
"These concerts were one of the
In '1 Education School Course
University students will be able
to study secondary education in pected to consume $425, while
Great Britain first hand this sum- meals and lodging should run be- f
tween $125 and$175, according to U IIRU1KER
Education school has announced Prof. Eggertsen.g
a new course in comparative eduA
cational studies. based on a con-
ducted tour of Great Britain last-
ing from June 18 to Aug. 5. DANCING
Travel is to' be by bus or train
from Liverpool to Edinburgh, Friday & Saturday
Edinburgh to Sheffield, Sheffield toF
Cambridge, and Cambridge to Nights
Lodn.ines the group is limited to 30 '
persons, a' prompt enrollment is The
=urged by' Director Prof. Claude Finest in
ggertsen. The course may be Entertainment N I
eeted for two, four, or six hours in
Michigan students will have to
pay a registration fee of' $70 while
o-state residents can enroll at a
cosDt of $155. As
Transportation expenses are ex-
Snow 'To Give; lGI
a. on u naMake You.App
Talkon CinaMARY LOU
Edgar Snow, author of "Red For That 1
Star over China," will speak atALL RENTALS Career Inte
p~.Modyin Rackham Amphi- andrBANQUET
"China and Its Impact on the
World," will be the subject of his 314
talk, one in the series of University East ON AMP S T
lectures in Journalism. Libety* ON CAMPUS TU
Snow is a former foreign corres-
pondent for the, Chicago Daily Threi are opportunities a
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ry sWorks for
"The honor system works in t
engineering school only beca
the students want it to wor
Dean Walter J. Emmons of t
College of Engineering said yeste
y day.
The honor code is enforced1
the students themselves. It is r
by the honor council, a group
students choosing its own memb
from those who petition,
The council hears all ca
where violations of the honor co
are charged. The Dean said th
decisions may be overruled by t
faculty of the college, but th
--Daily-Fredr Merrllthis is rarely done.
'58SM, rehearses score for "The The honor council hears o
will perform the work March 20, to uasn eson. "Therad
nd music for a 40-minute film more infractions of the rules,"
nal Flm Festival in Edinburgh added, "but there is little dou
means used to acquaint the people
of Germany with American cul-
ture," he recalled. UNI
He terms his orchestra here a
"virtuoso orchestra - each mem-
ber is an expert with his instru- SPE.
ment."
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_ _ _ _FIRSTBEGINNING GUITAR WORKSHOP
he
that this system works just as well
ise as the system of proctored exami- C Saturday, Mar. 1 Room 3-D Union
k, nations.
he Dean Emmons said that the key Thursday and Friday at 2:00
r- to the honor system is mutual I
trust. Stulents are allowed to leave
by the room at any time during an
un examination, and though the in-
of structor is in his office to answer
any questions which may arise
ers concerning the examination, he i W W 7'
never enters the room unless he
ses has a specific announcement to
de make.
eir The honor system was begun in
he 1916 at the request of the students, andiSATELLITE
at accordin gto Dean Emmons. It is
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nly faculty's to see that the system .Sabbath service series
ing works: "All students are on their
be honor to report any violations of
he the code which may come to their
ibt attention," he noted. Feb. 28--DR. ARNOLD S. KAUFMAN, Philosophy
Dept.--philosophical viewpoint
March 14-PROF. LEO GOLDBERG, Chairman
)N WEEK Department of Astronomy, Director University
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