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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hungarians Plan Ballet

>ate

rsity's Debate Team
eated the University
's team in a tourna-
Pittsburgh.
he proposition, "Re-
Capital Punishment
.bolished in Pennsyl-
U' debaters won six
ebates. By defeating
nts on home ground,
led Pittsburgh's two-
of victories in this.
ig the University
uin, '60, and Richard
They were accom-
the debate coach
urray, of the depart-
ch.
igan Cross-Question
te was used wherein
may cross question
the teams alternated
question.
mphony
Season,

Miller

-t

Miller, voice instriic-
Jniversity music school
ured with the Ann Ar-
Symphony in its first
,e of the season at 3:30
x~y in Ann Arbor HighI

Bach Series
By Noehren
Ends Sunday
Prof. Robert Noehren, Univer-
sity organist, will complete his
program of the organ music of
Bach in a concert at 4:15 p.m.'
Sunday in Hill Auditorium.
Included in this program will be
the "Prelude and Fugue in G Ma-
jor," choral preludes "My Soul
Doth Magnify the Lord," ""Lord
Jesus Christ, With Us Abide," and
" .omest Thou Now, Jesus, From
Heaven to Earth," "Fugue in C
Minor" and "Trio-Sonata No. Six
in G MaJor."
Also on the program will be
the choral preludes "In Death's
Strong Grasp The Saviour Lay,"
"Be Glad, All Ye Christian Men,"
"If 'hou But Suffer God To Guide
Thee," and "Good Christian Men
Rejoice." Concluding the- per-
formance will be the playing of
"Passacaglia" and "Fugue in C
Minor."
Noehren began giving concerts
on the complete works of ' Bach
two years ago and has since then
presented four groups of four pro-
grams.
Rarely is such a task as per-
forming the compete works of
Bach ever undertaken due to the
time required for research - and
compilation.
The concerts are. open to the
general public without charge.
Group Urge
Traff ic Plans
A crosswalk has been requested
between the carport and the mu
sic school on Maynard St.
The committee on traffic,
transportation and parking of he
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce
recommended that the city paint
such a crosswalk on the street.'
An additional recommendation
was that the main floor of the
carport be closed until 10 a.m.
to encourage all-day users to use
the top deck. This w~ould: facili-
tate parking for shoppers wish-
ing to use the carport.
These recommendations will be
discussed by 'the city traffic com-
mittee.
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Dial NO 2-3136
...NOW and SAT. .
2 SHOCK HITS!

ANNUAL CONFERENCE-
U Development Couneil

Opens Weel
The fourth 'annual conference
of the University's Development{
Council opens today.
A visit to the North Campus
begins. the program and the foot-
ball game tomorrow concludes it.
Vice-President William E. Stir-.
ton will welcome the more than
200 alumni and friends attending
the conference at a luncheon
this noon.
Fagerburg Presides
Dewey F. Fagerburg, 22L, chair-
man of the Board of Directors,
will be the presiding officer at the
luncheon and also chair the joint
meeting of the Board of Directors
of the Development Council and
the Michigan Alumni Fund Board
being held this afternoon.
President Harlan, Hatcher will
address this evening's dip.ner
meeting.
The featured speaker of the
evening will be Ernest T. Stewart,
executive director of the Ameri-
can Alumni Council. Stewart will
speak on "The Myth of the Phil-
anthropic Dollar.".
Students May Attend
Tomorrow morning's conference
is open to students. A panel tlod-
erated by Ward L. Quaal, '41,
chairman of the Alumni, Fund,
will discuss "The Significance of
Gifts to the University and How
They are Used."
Panel members include: Dr. Joe
D. Morris of the medical school,

end Meeting
speaking on the development of
the heart pump; Prof. Henry
Gomberg, assistant director of the
Phoenix 'Project, speaking on the
Phoenix Project; and Vice-Presi-
dent for Student Affairs James A.
Lewis discussing scholarships and
grants.
Prof. Robert S. Ford, assistant
dean of the graduate school, will
discuss fellowships while Sarah
Jane Weston, '59Mu, a student,
will tell what' the Out-of-State
Scholars h i.p Award Program
means to her .nd other winners.
To Discuss Awards
A Distinguished 'Faculty Award
winner, Prof. H R. Crane of the
physics department, will discuss
the meaning of these awards for
the faculty
Mrs. George N. Hall, '36, chair-
man of the governing board of
Henderson House, will spealr on
the new library wing addition to
Henderson House. The meeting
will be held at 9:30 a.m. in the
Vandenburg Room of the Michi-
gan League.
The closing, luncheon at Satur-
day noon will feature Dean
Charles E. Odegaard of the liter-
ary school, as speaker.
The Development Cpuncil is the
official fund raising organization
for the University. At this meet-
ing it will be reviewing past ac-
complishments and planning for
the future.

Speaker: RICHARD SCHILLER
Friday, Nov. 1, 7:30 P.M.

ZWERDLING-COHN CHAPEL... 1429 Hill St.
RECEPTION AFTER SERvIcEs-AEPi, 2101 Hill Street

PIZZA at the Del RHi
If you have tried the rest - try the BES'

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Hours 4 to 12 P.M. - Closed Tuesday
B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
SABBATH SERVICES
Dedicated to Parents
Sponsored by
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HUNGARIAN PROGRAM--The Turkish Club will sponsor a
program commemorating the Hungarian Revolution at 8 p.m.
tomorrow in Lane Hall. Two dances, "Hungarian Rhapsody" and
"Blood for Freedom" will be presented by Gyorgy Tatar and his
wife Kato Patoes, former members of the Hungarian National
Ballet. Also 'on the program will be a speech by a University faculty
member and a violin solo "Hungarian Fantasia" to be played by'
Rev. Aladar Egyed.}
YOUTH CHORUS:
School Board/ Studying Plan,
To Stop Festival Participation.
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DIAL NO 2-2513
Today and -Saturday

iestra's program will
"Carneval Overture,
y Ivorak, "Symphony
Major, Opus 90," by
a and the Overture to
maus" by J. Strauss.
ight ,voice for the Uni-
the National Music
summer. During the
year he was a teach-
and director of choirs
ersity of Southern Il-

\ flu y Ili yy
LI

A' .c6 ' v i n . ^

ago he
,an tenon
lrich,'Sw
>pe, he
r operar
oratoric,

was first
r at the"
itzerland.
erformed
roles and
radio and

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GOTHIC'
LM SO CIETY
presents

Ann Arbor's Board of Education
is studying the possibility of dis-.
continuing e 1 e m e n t a r y school
children's participation in the.
Youth Chorus of the University's
annual May Festival.
At an' i nf o r m al meeting
Wednesday, the board concluded
that any decision to eliminate the
activity will not alter participa-
tion in the 1958 festival.
Elementary school principals,'
who have voted against continued
participation, note that while the
400. students who participate
benefit from the program, they
suffer loss in other educational
areas as a result.
The principals also note that
the proportion of children .who
can take part in the program
grows smaller as the school popu-
lation increases.'
Other objections to the pro-
gram are that preparations for
the Youth Chorus 'have undesir-
able consequences for children not
chosen for the chorus and that.
as the school district grows, trans-
portation difficulties increase.

(German,
'ith PETER

1930)
LORRE

and

'he R'iver"

Educators also note that the
added activity places a strain, on
vocal music teachers. This year,
they point out, there is already
less vocal music teacher time to
give to, regular instructional pro-
grams.
Superintendent of Schools Jack
Elzay has informed Charles Sink,
president of the University Musi-
cal Society, of the Board's discus-
sion.
Organizatioln
Notices
(Use of this column for announce-
ments of ,meetings is available to of-
ficially recognized and registered stu-
dent organizations only.)
Young Democratic Club, joint meet-
ing, speakers and program committees,
Nov. 1, ;4:00, p.B. AB.
' " -
Congregational Disciples Guild, Kid-
dies Costume Party, Nov. 1, 7:00 p.m.,
Guild House.
Congregational Disciples Guild, lun-
cheon discussion, Nov. 1, 12:00 noon.
Topic: "Faith, An Assumption or a
Leap in the Dark?"
Westminster Student Fellowship,
Graduate supper and discussion, Nov.
1, ':15 p.m., Lewis Rm., Presbyterian
Student Center. Topic: "The Contribu-
tions ofLuther and Calvin to Protes-
tantism.",
Newman Club, Hallowe'en Dance,
Nov. 1,,8:30-12, Newman.
Westminster Student Fellowship,
post-game picnic, Nov. 2, 5:15 p.m.,
Library Lounge, Presbyterian Student
Center.
Westminster Student Fellowship,
Un-Hallowe'en party, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
Meet at Presbyterian Student Center
to go to I-M Bldg. for sports and games
night.
,s * s
Young Democratic Club, business
meeting, Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m., SAB.
,a * s
Baha'i Student Group, informal dis-
cussion, Nov. 1, 8:00 p.m., 725 S. Divi-
sion.'
Michigan Actuarial Club will have
coffee from 9:00 to 9:45 a.m., Sat.,
Nov. 2, Room 3212-Angell Hall, with
Mr. Henry Road,7President of the So-
ciety of Actuaries. All students inter-
ested in the actuarial , profession will
be welcome.

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Walker Wins
Conely Award
Howard K. Walker, '57, Grad.,
has been awarded the Edwin F.
Conely Scholarship in government.
The award, given by the gradu-
ate school, amounts to $375 for the
current academic year.

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