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May 13, 1958 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Seminary Oldest Form.
Of Arabian Education

Band To Give
Traditional.
Spring Show
The Diag will be the scene for
the University Symphony Band'
Spring Concert at 7:15 p.m.
Thursday.
Ernest Fred Ormand, '58Mu,
will conduct the opening " 'M'
Fanfare" by Bilik. Other numbers
featured in the first of two spring
concerts conducted by W. D. Re-
velli, band director, will be "Car-
nival Suite" by Tansman, Eight
Russian Folk Songs by Lis-
dov, "The River Kwai March"
from "Bridge Over the River'
Kwai" and "Seventy-six Trom-
bones" from the "Music Man."
The spring concerts are tradi-
tional at the University. The min-
utes of the Board of Regents; dat-
ing from the early days of the
band, contain comments appro-
priating money to the band for
playing at commencement and at
outdoor concerts during the
spring.
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FOLLETTS
State St. at N. U.

ISA, American Friends
Sponsor Weekend Retreat

American Friends Service Com-
mittee and the International Stu-
dents' Association are sponsoring
a retreat this weekend for inter-
ested students, according to Betsy
Alexander, '58.
Theme of the retreat is "Nation-

alism in a World Community," and
the discussion leaders will be Prof.
Robert I. Crane of the history de-
partment and Prof. George Kish of
the geography department, she
said.

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-Daily-Norman Jacobs
PROF. ZURAYK
... Arab education

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In the past, according to Prof.
Zurayk, there was an attempt by
the governments of some of the
Arab countries to influence the
appointment of members of these
Universities' faculties, but the uni-
versities finally won the battle.
These universities are held in
high regard by the Arab peoples,
Zurayk said. They are objects of
pride of the governments and
they act as symbols of the intel-
lectual development and leadership
of the various countries, he said.

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