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May 05, 1959 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Season Tickets Lure Students

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Administrators Comply
With Award Conditions

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(Continued from Page 1)

0) Play
y ANITA FELDMAN
1 Garner, noted pianist-
er, will appear in a concert
.m. May 15 in Hill Audi-
in connection with the
ity's traditional. G r e e k
May 11-16.
burgh-born, Garner has
aying the piano profession-
ice the age of seven, with
es in theaters and supper-
,s well as on record, tele-
and radio.

tu make the restrictions as broadly
as possible.
Donations Unfamiliar

to the Legislature which would
require certain civil rights pro-
cedures in public educational in-
stitutions (the proposal has not as

However, donations are fre- yet been introduced in the Legis-

quently made through bequests
with which the University is not
familiar until the will is probated.
Then the Regents must either ac-
cept the money subject to the
stated conditions or reject the fund
-they have no power to amend
the conditions of the gift.
Recently a proposal was offeredI

lature),
Not Legal
Even if such legislation were
passed, it would not be legally
bound on the University since con-
trol of the internal affairs of the
University is placed in the Board
of Regents by the state constitu-
tion.

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ely, the completely self- student season ticket combined
4t musician has been bring- ticket offers students a choice o
is unique talents to the con- begin Friday.
stage, and has won many
ed awards all over the world,
for hi playing and his corn- FRATERNITY PRESID
ons.
- instance, Garner has won
rand Prix du Disque award D iscr n a
the French Academy of Arts .
is recorded performance on(ontinued from Page r)
ium '"Jass Pour Tous." The
d was made by the Presidet
e French National Assembly clause will be out of'ATO's consti-
luncheon of the Academy in tution by 1965 or 1965 at the lat-
and later that same day, est, he thought.d
er was honored M, the burial Colorado ATO President Wills
e recording in a 'time cap-Ln greed that caceo
eremonial, at The Comedie moving his fraternity's clause by
- the 1962 deadline "don't look
caise. good.,
ile he was abroad in 1957-58, . cal ATO President Bob Brown,
pianist also received seven '6o, explained that concern over
awards. the issue has been shown by only
rner has evolved, his own sys- a few in his chapter. A majority
of playing the piano by ear. of the local chapter is probably
mposes on tape; his work is not in favor of dropping the
transcribed by others. He clause,rheadded although there
nore'than a hundred compo- is more :sentiment now for the
xs to his credit, and is also change "than there was when I
OCAP writer. -The best known was a freshman."
.s own works are "Dreamy," Clauses Losing Support
y," "Trio," "Other Voices," "Maybe the clause won't be
Piano, Play," and "Gas- dropped within the next five years,
,. but Z think it will gradually lose
support and be eliminated," Brown
said.
A motion to eliminate Sigma
Chi's "ihite" membership clause
V has a "definite'chance" for pass-
age at this June's convention, a-
Acording to Bob Pike, Wisconsin
chapter head.
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ing of the Drama Season box office and the innovation of a special'
to produce this line-up of students early yesterday morning. The
f three out of five productions at a bargain price. Single ticket sales
ENTS:
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Filmed entirely
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JACK LEMMON-"ERNIE KOVACS
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At the last convention, he said, immediate, concern over the ques-
the Wisconsin chapter failed to tion in the house at present, he
get its anti-discrimination pro- explained.
posal on the floor, because it had Dahlmann, too, felt the problem
not been printed up 30 days in would eventually work itself out.
advance. "In the long-run we're going to
Ralph Herbst, president -of the have to face reality," Dahlmann
Colorado chapter, however, argued.
pointed out that one-third of all The road to'Dahlmann's "real-
Sigma Chi chapters are located in ity" is a pitted one, however.
the South-more than enough to There are numerous complexities
block any constitutional change, involved in the discrimination
which, in Sigma Chi, requires a problem which must be studied.
three-fourths majority of under- Removing a clause is not simply
graduate delegates. - an easily-effected mechanical pro-
Nationls Opposed cess. Nor does removal of a clause
"Nationals generally don't want always imply removal of racial
a change," local Sigma Chi presi- and religious discrimination.
dent ' Glen'young, '59E, corn- These added ramifications willj
mented. "The Southern chapters be discussed in the subsequent
get pretty heated at conventions," articles.
he noted. However, there is a trend
against discrimination in the fra-
ternity, Young said. Prof.
"Inour chapter," he continued, B lat t
"the problem is something that
generally goes unmentioned. I 370
suppose there would; be hot words
if the University did something
about it, such as announce a time
Llimit." I Op raCls
Sigma Nu Commander Jim
Hanson . at Wisconsin said he
doubted seriously that his frater- - The University's Opera Class,
nity would drop its "free-born directed by Prof. Josef Blatt of
ancestry" clause in time to meet the music school faculty, will pre-
the 1960 deadline, sent Scenes From Opera at 8:30
MotionCrushed p.m. today and tomorrow in Audi-
He explained that their August torium A, Angell Hall.
1958 convention was the first in Opening the program, the class
which they had been able to bring will 'present "Rigoletto, Act I" in
an anti-discriminatory proposal Italian, followed by "Der Freis-
up and then the proposal was chuetz, Act III, Scene 1" in Ger-
"snowed under" by the votes of man, by Weber.
southern chapters who are in the Continuing the program, the
majority. class will present "Don Pasquale,
Dennise Dahlmann, '60, local Act II," in Italian, by Donizetti,
Sigma Nu president, said a major- and the program will conclude
ity of the University chapter fav- with the presentation of "Der
ors deleting the clause. Rosenkavalier, Scenes from Act
There is long-run, rather than II," in English, by Strauss.
Those participating in the pro-
gram will be Jack Zei, Grad., SM;
Janet Ast, '59SM; Burt Kageff,
'5 9SM; Willis Patterson, Grad.,
SM; Muriel Greenspon, '59M;
Ph. NO 8-7083 for information Marilyn Krimm, Spec., SM; Irene
BIG COUNTRY Kunst, Grad., SM; and Mary Mc-
Gregory Peck Jean Simmons Loseky, '59SM.
Cinemoscope Color Mimi Sherwin; Jerry Lawrence,
also '59SM; and Richard Wrentmore,
TW h is Sor Grad., SM, will also take part in
Techncolorthe performance.

KIM NOVAK
FRANK SINATRA
RITA HAYWORTH

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