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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WENSD Y JAUR 17.-.-. -.S..S. -INSq~

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Sheff's 'Electronics'

Group of American N
Forms Colony in Libe

Charge Ca
By BARBARA STANLEY
No one really knew what to ex-
pect last night. Certainly not
Robert Sheff as he filled the first
six of the "12 Musical Hours" of
"Everybody Wins."
The gallery performance at
Canterbury House consisted of a
collection of tape and live elec-
tronic music and theater pieces
put together and performed by
Sheff, with the assistance of
speakers, amplifiers, tape record-
ers, modulators and a few friends.
Many came in baffled and left
with the delight-of a new exper-
ience. The atmosphere was casual,
more like a gallery than a con-
cert, with people wandering in
and ,out, though most came and
stayed.
One of the more ,serious high-
lights of the evening was a piece
called "Come Out" by Steve
Reich. The piece is built around
the recorded voice of Daniel
Hamm, one of six youths arrest-
ed in the 1964 Harlem riots and
beaten by police in the 28th pre-
cinct.
Before the trial, those who weie
visibly bleeding from the beatings
were taken out and cleaned up.
Hamm had no open wounds but
HEW Asks
Minority Count
-Contnued from Page 1)
The University faces many
problems in gathering informa-
tion for the HEW reports, accord-
ing to Zimmerman. The registra-
tionnaire completed by students
each semester is a logical method
of compiling some'of the data.
Some of the registratioimaires
used this semester contained a
question designed to gather the
information on racial enrollments.
They were printed for use next
:fall andconsequently the ques-
tior was stamped "omit" for the
pyesent term.
Zimmermann, however, is not
satisfied with the form of the
question as it appeared on the
registrationnaires. "If we cannot
get the question on the legistra-
tionnaire in a decent way," he
said, "we may use an alternate
form of getting the information."
He also pointed out that it is
difficult to gather accurate data
-in this manner. Students at one
Big Ten university which recently
used a similar method-of compil-
ing the HEW data failed to an-
swer on 20 per cent of the forms.
"In addition to this, there is no
way of verifying the responses,"
Zimmermann said. "It leads to
distorted information."
The specific nature of the ques-
tions for HEW dealing with fi-
nancial aidrand housingnecessi-
tates that race be linked with a
student's name. It would be diffi-
cult to gather the information
anonymously and on one form.
The registrar's, housing,, and
financial aid offices are currently
studying the problem of obtaining
the information. No decision has
been made concerning the method
which will be used. A decision will
be made later in the spring for
use next fall.
Student or Teacher
to do library
research at University
of Michigan Library

Prefer library scince major,
$3.00 per hour.
Write M.I.S., P.0.-Box 5129, I
Grosse Pointe, Michigan 48236

nterbury

GBATALA, Liberia OP) - In a
clearing hacked out of the cen-
tral Liberian forest, a wary colony

propaganda; Liberia, is concerned
that other American Negroes;
might immigrate and cause an

tried to squeeze open a bruise so of Negro Jews that fled Amer- assimilation problem in the coun-
he would be taken to a hospital. ica's racial struggles is trying to I try of just over one million pop-
"I had to, like, open the bruise create a new life in a republic ulation.
up and let some of the bruise founded by freed American slaves. But the pioneers seem to face
blood come out to show them." They call themselves Hebrew , a difficult time making a new life
The phrase "come out to show Israelites and most of them are in the isolated area served only by
them", recorded on two channels, from Chicago. When they started a farm-to-market road. They re-
first in unison then witn the sec- arriving last July, Ben Carter fused to discuss their life with a
ond moving ahead, maxos up the said: "We'd rather live in the white newsman.
sounds of the piece. jungles of Africa than in a house "We are trying to serve our-
Sheff, on piano, performed in Cicero." selves, our God and our children,"
John Cage's "Piano SoJ,1 with They bought a 300 acre plot in said one bearded man who wore a
Solos for Voice II" to a score an- November about 100 miles north pink skullcap and had a small,
mated by himself and Milton Co- of Monrovia, the Liberian capital golden Star of David stud in the
hen. The score was projected on a built near where the former lobe of his left ear.
screen for the audience to follow. American slaves settled in 1822. One man who understands
The entire performance was . Liberia Disturbed their wariness is James W. Flem-
overcast with Lyndon Baines Their settlement has disturbed ister, 64, a Negro who migrated
Johnsop "Why oh why oh why." the American Embassy and the to Liberia from Cincinnati, Ohio
The performance continues this Liberian government. The embas- in 1951 with a wife, eight children
evening with six more hours. sy worries that the colony might and $92.
Wander in. become a source of anti-American "I was suspicious then myself,"

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he said. "You think everyone's H uit Ears
against you, American and Liber-;
ian." He permitted the new GAINESVILLE, Fla. RP-Teenie-
settlers to camp at his farm and Boppers dancing to the pounding
helped them. - beat of rock bands are blasting
Negroes Discouraged their eardrums into old age, a
Flemister said he believes the University of Florida researcher
settlers became tired of waiting said Friday.
for equal rights in the United In front of the bandstand at
States. "The Place," a Gainesville club for
"My father said wait. the next teen-agers, his team found the1
generation would be different,' noise measured 120 decibels-as
Flemister said. "The young Negro loud as the Saturn 5 moon rocket
is saying I must have everything measured from the press site at
now - atonce.'';Cape Kennedy.
There are 162 persons in the Dr. Kenneth C. Pollock said his!
settlement, including two babies associates at the audiology labor-
born in Liberia. A few members
of the original group have re-!atory were 40 feet outside the club
turned to the United States. But before the sound dropped below 90
most live in a town of about 50 decibels, the point which the
blue and green camper tents set American Medical Association says
on raised floors of logs, and cov- is the threshhold above which
ered by thatched roofs. damage is caused.
They have erected the log By the time they are 25 years
frame for a community hall that old, the youngsters will have the
also will serve as a synagogue. problems of the aged as sounds of!

Across
The ombudsman bureau, estab-
lished to handle student problems
or complaints concerning academic
affairs, will be open for business
today in Assistant Dean James
Shaw's office, 1220 Angell Hall.
Its regular office hours will be
Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30-
4A n0 a dt..av q.., n d

-.Camipus

ed by the Office of School Rela-
tions, 2266 School of Music, on
North Campus.
Knitzer was head of the violin
department of the National Music
Camp at Interlochen, Mich. for
10 years.
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%:uu p.m. an aw enesaayj-5 p.m The Royal Philharmonic Or-
chestra of London, conducted by
A scholarship fund for violin Vaclav Neumann, will open the
students in the music school has 1968 concert schedule tonight at
been established in memory of 8:30 p.m. in Hill Aud.
Prof. Joseph F. Knitzer, interna- Tickets for this concert and fo4
tionally- known concert violinist ,the 15 remaining concerts of the
and teacher. Prof. Knitzer, a Uni- Choral Union series before the
versity faculty member since 1964, May Festival are available at the
died last July 1 at the age of 53.-( office of the University Musical
Contributions are being accept- Society in Burton Tower.
ENDING TONIGHT
~ ~SIJU "The Ganes Men Play"
" «@THURSDAY**"
JOAN BAEZ-DONOVAN-BOB DYLAN
and PETER, PAUL AND MARY
in
IFESTIVAL
"A trip eminently worth taking!"-N.Y. Post
"The crowd burst into applause more than 25 times in 95
minutes!"-San Francisco Film Festival
"As joyous and illuminating a film as is currently to be seen!"
-L. A. Times

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Flemister said the newcomers
know little of farming but plan
to plant vegetables and cultivate1
rice.
They have dug a well for their
tent community but still must
travel 11 miles to this small town
to obtain most of their food and
supplies.
The Liberian government has
ruled the new settlers can become
citizens if they stick it out for
three years, but some Liberian
government officials fear they
could be the vanguard ofUlarge
[immigrations from the United
States that would upset the coun-
try's political balance.
The government has set ui) a,
seven member board to rule cn
admission, settlement and assimi-
lation of all immigrants.

consonants become hard to hear.
"It's like elderly persons who
complain, 'Everybody mumbles.
Nobody talks plain anymore,'
Pollock said.
A "not" was dropped from a
story on Supreme Court denial
of hearing to local anti-war
protesters which appeared in
yesterday's Daily. In the para-
graph dealing with previous
Supreme Court rulings on clas-
sification of sit-ins as First
Amendment protected speech,
the sentence which said "The}
Supreme Court has affirmed
this in cases involving similar
circumstances" should read
"The Supreme Court has not
affirmed this . . . etc."

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TONIGHT
EXPERIMENTAL FILMS
PROGRAM NO. 1
INAUGURATION OF THE
PLEASURE DOME
by Kenneth Anger
MESHES OF TH E AFTERNOON
by Maya Deren
THE CAGE
by Sidney Peterson
HOLD ME WHILE I'M NAKED
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