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'AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9,1967

music
Old-Ti mey' Jug Music

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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By MARK LEHMAN
It seems like there is a renais-
sance of old-timey music. Witness
the popularity of 'Winchester
Cathedral' or the Beatles' 'When
I'm Sixty-four.' Probably as an
extension of the folk-music boom,
more and more musicians are re-
examining the potentialites of the
music of the ragtme era, begin-
ning in the 1890's and the later
music of the 20's and 30's. Many
of the old blues-singers and song-
ster's recorded in the 20's on 78's
are being released on lp's, greatly
influencing t h e contemporary
folk-blues-rock scene. The redis-
covery of such blues singers as
Mississippi John Hurt, S k i p
James, Mance Lipscomb, Robert
Johnson, and Sleepy John Estes
is a part of this revival of interest
in the old-timers. Contemporaryf
singers like John Hammond anda
Dave Van Renk draw most of
their material from the old blues
recordings.
Another type of old-timey musicI
that is coming back into popular-
ity is the jug band, and in the
vanguard of khis resurrection is
the Jim Kweskin Jug Band. Muchi
of their material is from the old
jug band recordings. They also
draw from the old blues singers
as well as the ragtime and barrel-
house piano music of peole like
Fats Waller.
The jug band makes it music
with guitars, banjo, kazoo, fiddle,
tamborine, washboard, clarinet,
washtub bass, jug, gong, and even
other things. Their playing is
amazing: Fritz Richmond is the
fantastic jug-player and bassist,
and his jug-playing is simply elo-
quent. The fiddler is equally a
virtuoso, while Geoff Muldaur's
wash-board playing, in an allegro

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
E General Notices
"d rApplications for U.S. Government
Scholarships for 1968-69 under the Ful-
bright-Hays Act: Must be completed :
and filed with the Greduate Fellow- *
ship Office, 1014 Rackham Bldg., by
Oct. 2, 1967. Under the Fulbright pro-
gram, over 850 American graduate stu-
dents will have an opportunity to
study in any one of 54 countries for
one year.
..Candidates who wish to apply for
an award must be U.S. citizens at the
time of application, have a Bachelor's
Degree oraits equivalent by the sbe-
ginning date of the grant, and in most
cases, be proficient in the language of
the host country. Selections will be
made on the basis of academic record,
the feasibility of the applicant's pro-
-Daily-James Forsyth posed study plan and personal quali-
fications. Preference is given to candi-
JIM KWESKIN ON GUITAR and Maria d'Amato on kazoo dates who have not had prior extended
perform as part of the six-man jug band which played to an study or residence abroad, and who are
Sunder the age of 35.
overflowing, enthusiastic audience at Canterbury House last night. Application forms and information
It was the second appearance of the group in two years and large for students currently enrolled at the
crowds are expected all weekend. University of Michigan may besob-
tainedi from the Graduate Fellowship.
Office, 1014 Rackham. Deadline for'
'ivace cadenz, won him an enthu- Everybody sings and dances about. filing completed applications is Oct. 2.j
-iastic applause in the middle of 1967. Qualified and interested students'
Haplso plays the iet oThe songs are all good-tne are urged to act expediently in or-
, song. He also plays the clarinet songs, sung with flair and enthu- der that necessary procedures may be
.nd guitar. Maria d'Amato, the siasm: they are obviously enjoy- completed by the deadline,
itar female singer, plays(kazoo ing themselves. Often they are If you have any questions regarding
this announcement, please call 764-2218.
nd tamborine and knocks blocks prefaced by a rambling and hum-
if wood together and generally orous explanation given by Fritz students in the school of Nursing:
ooks enticing. The banjoist man- Richmond. Some of their best May sign up for preclassification time
%ges to slip in Beatles tunes while songs include: "I ain't gonna in the lobby of the School of Nursing
tccompianing various songs, all marry," a lazy cacophony which Bldg.. starting Wed. morning Sept. 13.
vith a perfectly straight face. totters along, with a strange con- Student Government Council Approval
- rua c p iof the following student sponsored
trapuntal accompaniment, sunigevents becomes effective 24 hours after
by Maria as a woman's protest the publication of this notice. All pub-
song" licity for these events must be with-
held until the approval has become ef-
fNever Swat a Fly" is an ad- fective.

programs, Sept. 7, 8 p.m.., Angell Hall,.
Aud. A.
Interfraternity Council, Formal rush,
Sept. 17-26, 8 a.m.-10 p.m., campus.
Inter House Assembly, IHA Arb dance,
Sept. 16, 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m., Nichol's
Arboretum.
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lec-
ture-discussion, "Men: Super Animal,"
Sept. 8, 7:30 p.m.. UGLI Multipurpose
Room.
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lec-
ture-discussion, "Does God Play Fair,"
Sept. 22, 7:30 p.m., Union.
Michigan Christian Fellowship. Lee-
ture, "Christian Answers to World
Problems," Oct. 10, 7:30 p.m., UGLI
Multipurpose Room.
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lec-
ture, "The Future of Christian Mis-
sions," Nov. 10, 7:30 p.m., UGLI Multi-
purpose Room.
Newman Student Association, Cath-
olic Voices Lecture Series, Oct. 6, Feb.
23 and March 16, 1968, 8-10 p.m., UGLI
Multipurpose Room and Aud. A.
Mock Convention Central, Mock Re-
publican nominating convention, March
16-17, 1968. March 16, 12:30-5 p.m.;
March 17, 1-5 and 7:30-11 p.m., Yost
Field House.
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at Its Meeting
September 7, 1967
Accepted: Resgnations of two coun-
cil members, John Preston and Neil
Hoilenshead.'
Approved: That SGC give formal ap-
proval to the implementation of the
VISA program on the University of
Michigan campus.
That SGC appoint a committee to
implement the program, and select a
chatrman for that committee through
the -petitioning process.
Approved: That the Student Vehicle
Regulations (Aug. 22, 1967) shall re-
main in effect until Dec. 7, 1967; and
that the Student Traffic Advisory
Board ishcharged with reviewing those
regulations, drawing up a set of rec-
ommended regulations, and reporting
those recommendations to SGC on or
before Nov. 16, 1967. Furthermore, since
the STAB has no faculty members, it
is urged, for the purposes of this re-
view that the board insure adequate
representation of faculty opinion.
Appointed: Steve Lester as person-
nel director of Student Government
Council.
Approved: That there be established
an SGC Select Committee on Course
and Teacher Eva.luation to. (1) do re-
search concerning, and discuss ways of
implementing, an effective student
evaluation of courses and teaching,
(2) aid the SACUA Faculty-Student
Committee on Evaluation of Teaching,
and (3) gather and express student
opinion on methods of course and
teacher evaluation; that the term of
the committee shall be one year from
the d0te of creation or till its work is

completed, whichever is the shorter; terviewing and open for questions and
that all members shall be appointed information Sept. 13, 14 & 15. No ap-
by the administrative vice-president - pointments necessary. 3200 SAB and
with the consent of Council; and that see receptionist.
Stephen Spitz be appointed chairman. Registration Meeting for Bureaut of
Appointed: The following to the Stu- Appointments, Teaching and General
dent Housing Advisory Board: Tom Van Division--Sept. 14, And. B. Angell Hall.
Lente. Mike Koeneke, John Kelley. Meetings at 3 and 4 p.m. Information
Sherry Meyers. Jim Spurrier, on services and forms will be available.
Appointed: E. 0. Knowles, director All interested are urged to come so
of legal services, that they may get registered before re-
Appjointed: Janis Sorkin to Inter- cruiting season begins.
viewing Board for Joint Judiciary
Council.
Approved: That Ann Arbor Motorcycle POSITION OPENINGS:
Association be recognized as a stu-,
dent-community organization and has Management Consultants, Chicago, 111.
fulfilled all the necessary requirements. -Openings in food processing and mar-
Approved: That SGC allocate $40 to keting industries. Sales Mktg. Gen. Mgr.
send one delegate, Ruth Baumann, to Inst. Mktg. Mgr. Vice-Pres. Sales. Asst.
Long Island University Convention on Dir. R & D. Q.C. Mgr. Mktg. Dev. Spec.
Student Union being held on Sept. 16.
Approved: Recognition which took
place during the summer months of
the following organizations: Student
Friends of Committee on New Policies,
Student Peace Union, Ann Arbor Viet-
nam Summer.
Approved: That SGC establish a
Speakers Bureau Committee.
Appointed: E. 0. Knowles. chairman
of Speakers Bureau Committee.
Approved: That Student Government prey
Councilmeetings will begin at 7 p.m.
(promptly and not waiting for tardy
members) beginning next meeting, Sept. JACK MA Ri
Approved: The advertising for peti-
tioning for vacant Council seats be L M O O
postponed for one week
Placement in Billy
ANNOUNCEMENTS
U.S. Navy and Marines-Will be in-
07' AN IZATION
NOTICEST
11",v OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- Back by overwhelm
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
Rm.1011 SAB FRIDAY ANI
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, holds services Sun.. Sept.4
10. 9:45 a.m.-worship service with Pas- AUDITORIUM
tor Scheips, 11:15 a.m.-worship serv-
ice, 11:15 a.m.-Bible class. 6 P. -N EL.
fellowship supper, 6:45 p.m.-Dr. Rob-
ert Klinger will speak about the In-
ternational Center.
**
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St. at
Forest, Ave., holds services on Sun.,
Sept. 10, at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Supper
at 6 p.m., speaker at 7 p.m.

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A Snappy SUr rise
By BARBARA HOCKMAN artificial, satire on the USA us
Will we ever tire of reading or the "symbols," yelling, criticiz
seeing short snappy tales with wife, business contract, TV, a
surprise endings? cocker spaniel.
Seven Italian writers must have Finally the last, "Saturday, J
thought not when they conceived 18" is a quick picture of how h
"Love and Marriage" religiously in band and wife, who have be
the tradition taught by the Mau- separated for. three weeks, lea
passant. With good fortune and if each has been faithful or n
spirited acting, they and directors, It's a familiar story, yet the su
Gianni Puccini and Mino Guer- den ironic ending, afterG
rini, succeeded in creating an en- amuses us,
tertaining motion picture. Three Altogether, the movie is an It
of the four distinct playlets are ian "Games People Play." Peo
variations on the antiquated, ask and reply, the .superficiala
nonetheless, contemporary theme expected words when actually th
of jealousy and infidelity in mar- are out to satisfy their own u
riage. voiced interests. Even though t
The first, called "The First state of affairs is so frequen
Night," has backwoods newly weds combined with the sex theme
bestowing their naievety on the people trying to reach each otr
bored rich of the big city. There in so many comic and tra
is a sustained humor in everything films, this one is a welcome div
they say and do. sion..
When the husband tries to em-
brace his wife on a train, she,.em-
barrassed, whispers, "Here? In
public? And with the lights on?"
To which he replies, "It's all
right. I asked the priest."
To outline the tale's main plot
here isn't fair to prospective view-
ers, but it is about the pure and
true understanding a couple can
have. The second story is "You
Only Need A Minute," about a
man determined never to let his
wife have enough time alone .to be H EL
unfaithful.
He accompanies her everyhwere
--even (and especially) to the THEY 'bE GOING Tfl e
ladies' room; he reviews her notes 1HE T (°1
and letters; he is uninterested in
her proving herself to him, only in
the bare facts; and has this fana-
ticism of never letting temptation
stalk into her.
But we have the subtle hint of
the story's title. One day the wife
narrates.several of some hundreds
of her affairs and astonishes her
husband with her "extravagant YUiaiain"Tew e h l
igination." Then, et seeate YOU thU
images clearly.
The third little drama is thema- 'A 4L
tically different and the poorest.MICHAEL CRAWFO
"The Last Resort"-is about an HARRY DR
ex-soccer player and wife who HnR ANDREWS
need money. She designs a "job"
for him and refuses her love untilin
he completes his task. He finds it
degrading to be gigolo to ugly sex-
starved American ladies, but tries
to play the role for awhile. There
is a funny, though awkwardly.

mnrition not to break up Some Approval request forms for student
S fantastic insect love affair," sung sponsored events are available in Room
by Geoff Muldaur in his amazing 1011 of the SAB.
ama inga Michiganension, Sales, Aug. 31-Sept.
dirty-old-man voice, including a 20, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Diag.
musical portrait of a fly buzzing student Peace Union, Meeting with
performed by Jim Kweskin on the film and discussion, Sept. 5, 8 p.m..
comb. Papa's on the Housetop' union, Room 3A.
bounces along, this time telling Friends of Ann Arbor Vietnam Sum-
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the story of a male revolt. 'Chev-
rolet' is a dialogue of the sexes,
sung by Mulaur and d'Amato,
ending in a female capitulation.
Maria d'Amato also sings "Garden
of Joy" blues, a 1926 song with a
morale: "as ye reap so shall ye
sow."

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"Amusing, poignant, beautifully.
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The Kweskin Jug Band has A new position has opened in
clearly rediscovered the art of Ahe Office of Academic Affairs
having a good time and communi- which will deal with the problems
eating it in a virtuose but spirited wicnwlldel ith thproblems
.. ?students face in class scheduling.

perfornance. Their music clatters
and bounces and squeals and
bangs along, like an intoxicated
and joyful junk truck. Their
humor and shenanigans are in-
tegrated into their songs in the
spirit of the good-timey music
they sing. They sway and dance
around, in bright-colored garb,
as if they can't resist their own
music. Neither can I.

James L. Mansfield, a graduate of
Indiana Unive'rsity and former
staff member in the Student Af-
fairs Division of Eastern Michi-
gan University, will take over the
post this month.
Mansfield will attempt to co-
ordinate a "more effective class
scheduling program," according to
Ernest R. Zimmermann, assistant
to the vice-president for academ-
ic affairs.

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