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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1959

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1958 TIlE MiCHIGAN OAILY PA ~

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'PATTERNS OF CULTURE':
Duke Ellington's
Duke Ellington, generally re-
garded as one of America's fore-
most modern composers, will ap-
pear with his orchestra on the
Hill Auditorium stage at 8 p.m.
Monday as part of the University
summer session program, "Pat-
terns of American Culture: Con-
tributions of the Negro."
Nicknamed "Duke" at tne age
of eight by a chum who admired
his regal air, Edward Kennedy
Ellington originally planned an art
career. °
Blt in 1823 he left his home in
Washington, D.C. for New York.
success with a five-piece band and
recognition as "creator of a new
musical idiom."
Applauded in Europez

Band To Appear Here

Plans Given U' Organist

By League
Included in the Wonn's League'
sumtmer program for the year willl
be bridge and dancing lessons and
Saturday night mixers.
The Tuesday night contract
bridge lessons, instructed by Mrs.
Walter McLean, will be held from
7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the League
Anyone who wishes instruction
may still sign up before the next
meeting.
Tonight and every Wednesday
night, there will be ballroom danc-
ing lessons in the League Ballroom.
The beginners' class will be held
at 7:00 p.m. while the intermedi-
ates will meet at 8:00 p.m.
The charge is $3.00mfor men
while women are admitted free.
Ralph Martinak will be the in-
structor.
On Thursday evenings at 7:30,
students may meet at the League
to play duplicate bridge.
Saturday night mixers will wind
up the League's week activities
with dancing to Paul Brodie's
music from 9:00 to 12:00 p.m.

To Perforn
Robert Noehren, University O-
ganist, will present the first of
three organ recitals scheduled for
the summer by the School of
Music.
Noehren will perform at 4:15
Sunday in Hill Auditorium. For
this program he has chosen com-'
positions by Buxtehude. Vivaldi,
R e g e r, Messian, Franck and
Schuimann.
The second recital will be play-
ed by Frederick Marriot, organist
of the Kirk of the Hills, Birming-
ham, Michigan, and former organ-
ist and carilloneur at the Rocke-I
feller Memorial Chapel at the Uni-
versity of Chicako. He will perform
at 4:15 p.m. July 22.I
The final program August 12E
will feature Noehren and Robert
Courte, violist of the Stanley
Quartet.
All programs are open to thev
public free of charge.

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In Europe, where he performed
in 1933 and 1939, it was said that
"America's only two original con-
tributions to world culture" were
Duke Ellington's music and Walt
Disney's cartoons.'
Ellington has put his stamp on
American music with classics such
as "Black and Tan Fantasy,"
"Mood Indigo," and "Sophisticated
Lady."
3 European critic Constant Lam-
bert once wrote: "Duke Ellington
is a real composer, the first jazz
composer of note. There are few
contemporary composers who dis-
play the invention and sense of
style to be found in those two
admirably constructed pieces,
'Mood Indigo' and 'Hot and Both-
ered'-the final summing up the
depression and exhilaration of the
mechanical age."
Introduced Jazz to "Longhairs"
Setting a fashion which has
since seen jazz welcomed in "long-
,hair" surroundings, Ellington ap-
peared in Carnegie Hall in 1943.
In his Carnegie debut Ellington
performed his first long work,
"Black, Brown, and Beige" which
Williams First
A A Fire Marshal
,John R. Williams has been ap-
pointed as Ann Arbor's first fire
marshal according to Fire Chief
Ernest Heller.
Williams will assume his new+
position next week, which includes
investigation and inspection func-
tions. The appointment was made
under the terms of an ordinance
passed last February by the City
Council to establish the position.
The enforcement "of all rules
and regulation governing places of'
assembly, and the use, storage and
handling of all dangerous and'
hazardous materials" will be the
main duty of Fire Marshal Wil-
liams.t

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or raduate student. CallNO 8-7605.
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ALL SUMMER school students reg;ard-
less of whether they were principals.
teachers, secretaries, or T.V. actors
during the year are entitled to special
discounts of 40-50 , to such leading
magazines as Time, Life Newsweek,
etc. This results in per copy prices of
6-8c which places the publications in
the newspaper cost range. Additional
information may be had or orders
may be placed by phoning Student
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or evenings. Credit is extended until
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DUKE ELLINGTON-Noted Jazz musician will appear at University

h subtitled "Tone Parallel to the{
History of the Negro in America."
Every year since he has played at
Carnegie Hall, with a new work.
In 1955 Ellington played for
President Dwight D. Eisenhower
and his Cabinet at the White
House Correspondent's dinner.

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Tickets for Ellington's Monday
performanice go on sale at the Hill
Auditorium box office today. The
box office will be open daily from
10 a.m. till 5 p.m.
Seats are priced'at $1.50 for the
main floor and $1.00 for balcony.

DAILY OFFC

Summer Carillon Programs.
To Feature Music by Price

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Eight carillon recitals, played on
the Baird Carillon in Burton Tow-
er, have been planned for the 1956
summer session.
With compositions by Percival
Price, University Carillonneur, the
eight recitals will be at 7:15 on
Thursday evenings beginning to-
morrow through August 16, with
the exception of July 19, when re-
cital time will be from 6:30 to 7:15
because of an outdoor Band Con-
cert.
Tomorrow's compositions are
"Air for Carillon; Six Studies;
Film To Be Shown
Audio visual Education Center
will sponsor a preview of a travel-
ogue today at 12:30 p.m. in Rm.
4057 Administration Bldg.
In color, the picture is titled
"Golden Journey" and is a tour of
the Southwest.

Sonata for 30 Bells; Two Victory
Rhapsodies."
On July 5, Price's composition
"Sonata for 23 Bells; Fugue;
Sonata for 35 Bells" will be heard.
The remaining six recitals are:
July 12, "Seven Preludes; Sonata
for 43 Bells"; July 19, "Introduc-
tion; Seven Andantes; Sonata for
47 Bells"; July 26, "Fanfare; Con-
certo for Carillon and Brasses",
which includes instrumentalists
from the School of Music directed
by George Cavender.
August 2, "Six Romantic Fanta-
sies; Ballet"; August 9, "Five
Phapsodies for Two Carillonneurs"
with duets played by Sidney Giles,
assistant University Carillonneur
ad Julia Hollyer '56 Mu. and Bev-
erly Brehm Grad, Mu.
The last recital on August 16
will be "Free Variations on Eight
Well-Known Airs."
Start Construction
On New Fountain
Seven and a half feet in diam-
eter, the "Class of '56" gift foun-
tain undergoes construction.
Placed in front of the new
Union addition, the fountain will
have sprays shooting in towards
the center in a hemisphere four
feet high. A second spray will,
shoot straight up from the center
through the hemisphere about six
feet high.
Colored lights will be used at,
night. Motif for the fountain is
the atomic age.

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session must register in the Office of
Student Affairs not later than July 6.
Form for registration are available in
the Office of Student Affairs, 1020 Ad-
ministration Building.
Use of the Student Organizations
Column in the Michigan Daily for an-
nouncement of meetings and use of
meeting room in University buildings
will be restricted to officially recogniz-
ed andi registered student organizations.
For procedures and regulations relat-
ing to student organizations, officers
are referred to UNIVERSITY REGULA-
TIONS CONCERNING STUDENT AF-
FAIRS, CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE.
Copies are available in the Office of
Student Affairs.
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS will have its
first meeting of the summer Thurs. at
8:00 in the Michigan League. MIle.
Francoise Mazet will speak, and there
will be songs, games and informal con-
versation. All persons interested in
France and things French are welcome.
BUSINESS EDUCATION Get-together,
Thurs., June 28, Rackham Building,
West Confnrenet Room, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Plans forbusiness education functions
will be completed. You'll get to see all
the other business educators and meet
the faculty. Refreshments will be served
(20 cents).
THE SOCIEDAD HISPANICA, of the"
Department of Romance Languages, will
hold its first meeting today, Wed., at
7:45 p.m. in the West Conference Room
of the Rackham Bldg. The lecturer will
be Prof. Robert Lado, Director of the
English Language Institute, on "Difer-
encias que causan confusion entre
latino-americanos y norte-americanos."
There will be popular Spanish music
and songs. All those interested in Span-
ish life and culture are invited,
CONCERTS
CORRECTION:
The organ recital by Robert Noehren,
University Organist, scheduled for Sun-
day, July 1. will be performed at 4:15
p.m., Instead of 8:30, as previously an-
nounced.
CARILLON RECITAL: by Percival
Price, University Carillonneur, 7:15
Thursday evening, June 28: Air for
Carillon, Six Studies, Sonata for 30
Bells, Two Victory Rhapsodies, compo-
sitions by Professor Price.

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CINMAScOP E "'T-"
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Your 1956 Summer
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The Michigan League
* The Air-conditioned Cafeteria
For luncheon, dinner and Sunday Dinner
* The Air-conditioned Snack Bar
For breakfast, luncheon, and snacks'
Everyday except Sunday s
* Special Party and Banquet Service

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A Thrilling Concert
BY
THE CREATOR
OF A NEW VOGUE
IN MODERN MUSIC

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