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April 12, 1970 - Image 11

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Women as University nigger:
How the 'U' keeps females in their place

Percival Price has been climbing the winding
stairs of Burton Tower every day for 31 years
to set its 53 bells ringing. Born in Canada, Mr.
Price was the first non-European to study
campanology-the art of bells and bell-ring-
ing-at the world famous carillon school in
Belgium. After serving as carillonner at To-
ronto, the Rockefeller Carillon in New York,
and the Houses of Parliament in Ottawa, he
came to the University in 1939-where he has
stayed ever since. Now the only resident pro-
fessor of campanology, Mr. Price plays almost
every day at noon and 5 p.m., or has one of
his handful of students play for him-and the
entire campus. Tours of the Bell Tower and
its 70 tons of bells can be arranged through
the Office of University Services.

Robert Williams returns from exile:
An exclusive interview

Photos
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