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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 10, 1969

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 10, 1968

Fijis, Alpha Xi Delta Win IFC Sing Competition

The Week To. Come:
A Campus Calendar

The voices of the Greek sys-
tem's best filled the uppermost
reaches of Hill Aud. last night, as
the Interfraternity Council spon--
sored its annual IFC Sing.
Winning the fraternity compe-
tition was -Phi Gamma Delta, led
by Craig Gruenberg. Their coun-
terpart in the sorority division
was Alpha Xi Delta, last year's
winner, ed by Linda Dewey..
Six Pf'aternity and six sorority
groups took part in the competi-
tion, held each year in late win-
ter or early spring. Each (rater-
nity teams up with a sorority to
present a program unified. around
a single- theme. The - six finalist
pairs are, selected -by preliminary
competition among the fraterni-
ties. entered. If a .fraternity does
not anake.it to the finals, then its
paired. sorority does not.take part
in the final prograh either.
Taking the runner-up spots in
the competition were Sigma Phi
last year's fraternity winner)
and Chi Omega. Third places went
to Alpha Sigmna Phi and* Gamma
Phi Beta.
In their winning performance, a
medley based on- the theme "A
Very Good Year," Phi Gamma
Delta sang "It Was a Very Good
Year," "Once.in a Lifetime," and
"This Could Be the Start of
Something.'!'
The- Alpha Xi Delta entry, on.
the theme "Just Give Me a Man
To Love," consisted .of "Just Give
a Man," "Music To Watch Boys
By," "A Man and a Woman,"
"The Purpose of a Man;" and
"Love and Marriage."
Besides the three winners in
each division, other entries in the
program. were Phi Kappa Tau,
Alpha Phi Alpha, and Theta Xi
fraternities, and Pi Beta Phi,
Alpha Kappa Alpha, and Alpha
Gamma Delta sororities.

8:30 p.m. - The University's
Chamber Choir and Symphony'
Orchestra, with Thomas Hilbish,
conductor, and Prof. John McCol-
lum, soloist, will give a concert
in Hill Aud.
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 13
8 p.m.-The University Players
will present Richard Reichman's
"Jude" in Trueblood Aud.
THURSDAY, MAR. 14
-7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present John Ford's 'The Long
Voyage Home" in Architecture
Aud.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema II will
present "This Sporting Life" in
Aud. A. Angell Hall.

8 p.m.-The University Players
will present Richard Reichman's
"Jude" in Trueblood Aud.
FRIDAY. MAR. 15
7 and 9 p.m.--Cinema Guild will
present John Ford's "The Long
Voyage Home" in ,'Architecture
Aud.
7 and 9 p.m.---Cinema II will
present "This Sporting Life" in
Aud. A, Angell Hall.
8 p.m.-The University Players
will present Richard Reichman's
"Jude" in Trueblood Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The University Musi-
cal Society will present Van Cli-
burn, pianist, in Hill Aud.

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Rockettes they're not, but the girls of Chi Omega try hard, anyway

aler Examines American 'Schizophrena'

(Continued from Page 1)
counted, "60 seconds of existential
gold was theirs."
What it all signified for the fu-
ture of American existence-this
absurd battle between '"'tender,
drugged, jargon-mired -children,"
and uniformed soldiers-was either
"the most fearsome totalitarian-
ism, or a wild, marvelous nation,
where the fear of death and- the
courage of love give promise of
sleep."
With that, he ended. But he had
also talked about President John-
son, and how Johnson's "aliena-
tion from his own clear sanity was

producing a "Great Society" head-
ed for a Huxleyan end.
"Johnson's abominable, damn-
able book, 'My Hope for America,'
provides for us. a surrealist clue
to Johnson's own secret vision of
a Great Society-a psychoanalyst
for every industrial worker, and
birth control pills in the booze."
But the novelist who has de-
scribed himself as "Lyndon John-
son's dwarf alter ego" saw hope
for America in the kind of people
that braved the soldiers' flying
wedge and bayonets at the Penta-
gon-people 'who invoked what
nMailercalled the "right of pass-
age."
The right of passage has been

invoked; he said, again and again
in American historical tradition.
"Every generation of Americans
had forged their own right-at
Valley Forge and New Orleans, and
in 1812." And the right of passage
today was invoked by the Quaker
protesters in a Washington jail
who refused to wear prison clothes
or eat after they were arrested
on the steps of the Pentagon.
For this, too, was American.
From the soldiers who beat the

bloody face of a hippie girl writh-
ing in the dust, there would
emerge a new breed of soldiers
who did not laugh when he heard
the slogan, "War Sucks."
Mailer, the forerunner of New
Leftist dissent in America, calls
himself a "conservative leftist."
What he hopes is that America
frees itself from its schizophrenic
gangrene with the same traditions,
that has made it great.
The audience stood to applaud.

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"THE BARTERED BRIDE"
(English Translation by Josef Blatt)
March 21-24,. 8:00 P.M.
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18, 1968, 12:30 P.M.

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