Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1977 · Page 3
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March 10, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 3

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Economist Newspapers. Wednesday. March 9, 1977 Prepare for Daley cheerteading tourney Mayor Bilandic reacts with enthusiasm to the exuberance of cheerleaders from Marie Curie High school, 4*59 S. Archer ave., in a demonstration of routines they will use in a citywide contest beginning March IS. Accompanying the mayor is Raymond McCarthy, Mayor Bilandic's neighborhood program director, who said over ZOO teams, representing 2,5M students irc.n public, parochial and private schools, will take part in the Mayor Daley Cheerteading contest at Whitney Young park, 218 S. Loomis st. Starting at 19 a.m. each day, the sectional competition for elementary schools will begin with Southwest teams March 27. The high school contest will be held April 2, and the elementary finals April 3. The ·Curie team includes Veronica Allen, Lori Bingamann, Karen Conllsk, Carol Galloway, Therese Garza, Jo Ann Ivansek RulhieoLewis, Barbara Merfclein, Pam Moskal and Cheryl Woodwind quintet to give Beverly concert The Hyde Park Woodwind quintet will appear in a chamber music concert at 8 p.m. Friday;' March 18, at the Beverly Art center, 2153 W. lllth st. Included in the ensemble are Chung Tao, Michael Dewey, Annette Quartell, Cynthias Katuzienski and Harold Arnett. Program selections for the musical are Haydn's Divertimento No. 1 hi B flat; Henri Pierne's Pastorale; Jan Sweelinck's Variations on a Folksong: Thelma; Bach's Little Fuge in G minor; Rossini's Sechs rtette; Malcolm Arnold's Two Sea Shanties, and Anton Rei- cha's Blaserquintett hi Es- Dur. Fluist Chung Tao is a native of Hong Kong and has studied flute in America with Elliott Kurt Friedemann, founder of the Hyde Park quintet. He also has worked with Joseph Kainz, who has played with the Chicago Symphony orchestra. Annette Quartell, who plays oboe, is principal obe with the Chicago Businessmen's orchestra and has given numerous recitals excelling in baroque and early classical musical featuring elaborate embellishments. She is a student of Carl Sonik Playing clarinet is Michael Dewey, who has performed with the North Shore Concert band and the Chicago Businessmen's orchestra. He has also appeared in many concerts in Madison, Wis. A member of Chicago's Civic orchestra, Cynthia Katuzienski, basson instrumentalist with the quintet, has also played with many chamber groups and has performed in Salzberg, Austria. Harold Arnett, who plays the horn, is principal horn with the Chicago Businessmen's 'orchestra and a student of Helen Kotas Hirsch, formerly of the Lyric opera and the Chicago symphony. A final program in the March Friday evening series of theater arts events will feature pianist Stephen Husarik, keynoting music and art with Moussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition and Rachmaniov's Prelude No. 10 in B minor, Opus 32, on March 18. Tickets to the musical evenings are $2 per for- mance. Murphy sponsors telecast bill Rep. Morgan F. Murphy (D-2nd) has announced the House will conduct a 90-day test of live television coverage of its floor proceedings. Murphy, who recently sponsored a bill permitting live television coverage, said the experiment is "the first step" toward regular televising of House debates. The test will be conducted MOVING · FINAL DAYS ENTIRE STORE REDUCED! 30% TO 70% OFF EVERYTHING MUST GO! 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