■ More accolades nave 5me I for Dr. Charles W. Sink, past I : president, of the University I .Musical Society and Ü-Jll ;School of Music who died I .day at the age of 93. Gail W. Rector, Dr. Sink's I successor as Musical Society I .president, reported that praise I was accorded at the 25th I .niversary convention of the I National Concert Managers I Association, of which Dr. Sink I The offices of the I - sity Musical Society in Burton Tower will be closed all day Wednesday in memory of Dr. Charles W. Sink. was co-founder and second I Á president. I Rector said, after returning I yesterday from attendance at I ■the convention in New York, I .that "at the closing meeting of' I the association, tributes were I j)aid Dr. Sink by his many I leagues in that organization I Jor the distinguished record he I had established in concert I management." Rector also commented, I ."His close associates in the I university Musical Society I and Choral Union esteemed I him beyond measure and will I miss the warmth of his I ality." . A special tribute from Dr. I Eugene Ormandy and the I . Philadelphia Orchestra also I was reported by Rector. I -mandy said, "He was a dear I ïriend of ours and musicians I everywhere. Gretel and I will I miss our annual visits with I him in Ann Arbor at May I tival time."
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