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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FLY TO MINNESOTA, IOWA:
Michign Ends Baseball Season - SPO
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By TOM WITECKI
Michigan's slumping baseball
team travels to Minneapolis today
for a single game against Minne-
sota, currently second in the Big
Ten race.
The squad is flying there and
rimmediately after the game there
will board a plane for Iowa City,
where it faces the last-place Iowa

Hawkeyes in a doubleheader to- Fisher's 38th and final season as team's winningest pitcher in Con-
morrow. head baseball coach would be a ference play.
These three games will end a pleasant one. However, this was "Bob Stabrylla, who did a good
somewhat mediocre season for the not to be the case. Since that time job for us last Friday against
Wolverines. They started off well Michigan has managed to win only Purdue will definitely see action
in the Conference race, winning one out of six contests to give it a this weekend,"said Fisher.
four of their first six contests, a 5-7 record and a share of sixth Fisher also announced that third
record which was good enough to place. baseman Dave Brown willmake
earn a tie for first place. In today's game, Coach Fisher the trip. Brown, who injured his
At that time, it looked as if Ray will send southpaw John Herrn- shoulder two weeks ago at North-

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Concerts for

1958-1959

CHORAL UNION SERIES
ROBERTA PETERS . . . . Wed., Oct. 1
Coloratura soprano, young prima donna of the "Met"
and concert stage; often seen on television.
BOSTON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA . . . . . . Sat., Oct. 18
CHARLES MUNCH, Music Director, will conduct this
famous group in its twenty-eighth annual visit to Ann
Arbor.
GINA BACHAUER . . . Mon., Oct. 27
Piano virtuosa from Athens, Greece, who thrilled her
May Festival audience in 1957, returns for her first
recital here.
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA
OF MEXICO ' . . . . Tues., Nov. 11;
LUIS HERRERA DE LA FUENTE, Conductor. Invited
to perform at the Brussels World's Fair; will then tour,
the United States for the first time.
JEROME HINES . . . . . Mon., Nov. 24
American basso of the Metropolitan "Opera Company.
Famed for his vocal artistry and the dramatic impact
of his personality. A first appearance here.
NATHAN MILSTEIN . . . Mon., Jan. 5
Violinist of world-wide fame and distinction. This will
make his ninth visit to Ann Arbor, including May Festi-
val appearances.
PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA ... . . . Thurs., Feb. 16
WILLIAM STEINBERG, Conductor, will make his Ann
Arbor conducting debut. This orchestra last played here
in 1950.

EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA . . . . . Mon., Oct.
FRITZ REINER, Conductor. Opens its own season in
Ann Arbor with the 186th concert here since 1892.
ISAAC STERN . . . . . . Wed., Nov.
Violin virtuoso of the finest kind. His recitals are always
rare displays of fiery technic and tonal splendour.
BOSTON POPS
TOUR ORCHESTRA . . Tues., Jan. 1
ARTHUR FIEDLER, Conductor, interprets light clas-
sics and special arrangements of popular music, in their
fifth appearance in this series.

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RENATA TEBALDI . . . Tues., Feb. -O
Lyric ."spinto'" soprano of the Metropolitan Opera, and
La Scala, Milan. A most anticipated local debut of this
famous prima donna.
SHAW CHORALE and
ORCHESTRA . (2:30) Sun., March 15
ROBERT SHAW, Conductor, returns to present an-
other memorable concert of vocal ensemble perfection.
TICKET INFORMATION

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Orders for season tickets accepted and filedin sequence
filled in the same order, and tickets mailed Sept. 15.
Order early to secure better locations. Season subscriptions
provide a savings up to 50% over single concert prices.

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CHORAL UNION SERIES
(10 concerts)
Block A, $17.00; Block B, $14.00; Block C, $12.00;
Block D, $10.00.
EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
(5 concerts)
Block A, $8.50; Block B, $7.00; Block C, $6.00;
Block D, $5.00.

ATIONAL SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA . . Wed., March
HOWARP MITCHELL, Conductor, leads a first ap-
pearance here of our nation's capital city symphony.

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