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wo ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tonight and Friday
7:00 and 9:00
FAU LKN ER'S
"Intruder in the Dust"
with
David Brian, Claude Jarman, Jr.,
Juan Hernandez
SHORT: Flesh of Morning
Saturday at 7:00 and 9:00
Sunday at 8:00
MELVILLE'S
"MOBY DICK"
with
Gregory Peck, Richard Basehart,
Leo Genn, Orson Welles
in color
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
50 cents

Musicians
To Convene
Tomorrow
The 14th annual Midwestern
Conference on School Vocal and
Instrumental Music will be held
at the University tomorrow and
Saturday.
Keynote speaker at the confer-
ence will be Rep. Carroll D.
Kearns (R-Pa.), who has a varied
and extensive background in both
educational and professional mu-
sic.
Several concerts have been
scheduled in connection with the
conference. The University Sym-
phony Band, featuring Robert'
Russell Bennett as guest conduc-
tor, will present its mid-winter
concert at 8:30 p.m. today in Hill
Auditorium.
A joint concert by the Michigan
Singers, the University Symphony
Orchestra, and the Symphony
Band will be held at 8:30 tomor-
row also in Hill Auditorium.
Three concert hours will be pre-
sented on Saturday morning, one
featuring wind instrument solo-
ists, another featuring string solos
and performed by University mu-
sic students, and a third featur-
ing choruses from three Michigan
high schools.
'U' Orchestra,
Band To Play

PLANNING GROUP:
Pass Sorority Zone Chauge

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The University Symphony Or-
chestra, the University Symphony
Band, and the Michigan Singers
will combine their talents in a
concert at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Hill
Auditorium.
Josef Blatt, conducting the.
Symphony Orchestra, will open
the program with Mussorgsky's
"Pictures at an Exhibition."
The Michigan Singers, conduct-
ed by Maynard Klein, will present
parts of "Hodie" by Williams.

MUSEUM EXHIBIT-A Rackha
tion of oils, water-colors and dr
Museum of Art. The paintings
will be shown at the Museum t
Museum ofr
Work of Prt
By JUDITH DONER
An exhibition of oils, water-
colors and drawings by Prof
Richard Wilt, of the art school
opened yesterday in the Museum
of Art.
The display, sponsored jointly
by the Rackham School of Grad-
uate Studies and the Architecture
and Design School, was made pos-
sible through a Rackham grant
and will continue through Feb. 1
Grants Awarded
"The Graduate School, in re-
cent years, has awarded a series
of research grants to faculty
members in various branches o:
the creative arts," Prof. Charles
Sawyer, director of the Museum
reported.
"The Architecture and Design
School has proposed that the Mu-
seum of Art hold a series of exhi.
bitions which would be demon
strations of work accomplishe
under these grants and a state
ment of the purpose or philosophy
which motivated it," he continued
"this is one of the series."
Desire Realistic Images
In explaining the purpose of hi
project, Prof. Wilt indicated tha
it was essentially concerned with
a technique of painting, to pro
duce images which suggested real
istic forms.
"Approximately 5,500 miles were
covered, including the distance to
and from Maine as well as the en
tire northeastern coast from the
head of the Bay of Fundy to New
York City," Prof. Wilt said. "Four
teen sites were maintained which
varied in length from one day to
two weeks."

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J-HPDANCE TICKETS
FREE!
to winners of
Jitterbug Cha Cha * Free Style
DANCE CONTEST-League Snack Bar
Saturday 11-11:30 P.M.

By JOHN RICKEL
house, except minor interior
The Ann Arbor Planning Com- changes.
mission approved a petition Tues- Pi Lambda Phi fraternity is in
day night to permit Kappa Delta an equally difficult situation. The
sorority to use land directly be- present Pi Lam parking facilities
h.. hind the house for sorority pur- will accommodate only three cars,
poses, according to commission according to president Michael
member Mrs. Florence Crane. Schlanger, '59. but when the fra-
Mrs. Crane, Republican Coun- ternity attempted to build a park-
cilman from the second ward ing lot on land adjoining the
member of the Zoning Board of house a building permit was re-
Appeals, called the decision "un- fused.
easy" because the Board felt the Schlanger said the permit was
citizens of Ann Arbor might get refused "on the basis that the
the impression the Zoning Board land would look too commercial-
was allowing the fraternities and ized if a concrete parking lot were
sororities to move out of the fra- built next to the house."
ternity and sorority zone. Assistant Dean of Men for Fra-
Desire More Room ternities William Cross said Pi
"This is untrue," Mrs. Crane
-Daily-Ivan welch explained. "The Planning Com-
m grant made possible the exhibi- mission has no intention of mak- NOW SHOWING
awings currently displayed at the ing any changes in the present Sh t 7 & 9 P.M.
are by Prof. Richard Wilt, and set-up," she continued.Sows a7 .M.
hrough Feb. 1. The reason for the addition, ac-
cording to Beverly Barchi, '59BAd,
, * Kappa Delta president, is to pro- A don t-mi
4 rIE h ItS vide room for 14 more women, for
a total of approximately 60 in the An extraordinary study in
house and new annex. crime. A fascinating expe-
The perennial zoning problems rience in suspense.
o f ?Ssor W of fraternities and sororities stem
from a decision of the Zoning
Board in the late 1940's, when the
He reported that the major part Board set up a line bounding
of his time was spent in the area multiple dwelling areas; several
between Mount Desert Island and fraternity buildings were outside
, the upper tip of Maine. the area and in two family zones.
Prof. Wilt explained that he ap- Unable to Expand
proached the investigative pro- Zeta Beta Tau fraternity was
cedure in three different mediums. in its house prior to the ruling,
SHe used pen and ink drawings for which left it outside the fraternity
analytical purposes, watercolors zone. The fraternity is not able
for technical and compositional to expand, or make any improve-
purposes and oils for a conclusive ments to the structure of the
. expression.
"To me, the group of paintingsS l
$expresses elements of the micro- BaPird, S l it
Y scopic, the wonderfully textured
f variation of form to be found in To Perform
s rock, vegetation and ocean, he re-
, vea e.i The University Band with Rob-
"The pictures undulate with a ert Russell Bennett a guest con-
n thousand unknown organisms, ductdr will present a concert at
- while at the same time even the 8:30 p.m. today in Hill Audi-
- inorganic seems to be in a con- ..
- stant state of flux," Prof. Wilt tBrium.
d added.Bennett will conduct his latest :
work, "Symphonic Songs for
Band."
y Don Jacoby, trumpeteer and
NAACP Uni t frequent University visitor and
John Mohler, clarinetist, will be
the featured soloists.
t 4 DProf. William D. Revelli of the
SSBmusic school will conduct the re-
h Of Restaurant mainder of the concert which in-
cludes"Excerpts from the Man-
- . .zoni Requiem" by Verdi and "Ju-
The University of Chicago chap- bilatRin Overture" by Robert
eter of the NAACP organized a Wiard. Ovrue"b Rbr
, community boycott of a south-- ,__
- side restaurant last month as a
e result of a want ad in the Chicago
Tribune.EN
The restaurant advertised an H i FiEnthusiasts s
h opening for a "white waitress." H iEURsat
o The picketers distributed leaflets { By wmPnement wth the
stating the facts of the matter now available
-and their position in the case.
The pressure proved successful RE . K U
for the owner signed a statement EO
saying the establishment will hire
qualified applicants for any posi- -
tion that becomes open without
regard to race, creed or color. Reserve yours today
A spokesman for the group said,
"This was a neighborhood rather
than a university project, appeal- Ann Arbor Radio &
ing to the moral influence of the
community. The voice of the com- TV Hi Fi Studio
munity was overwhelming on this
matter, agreeing totally with the 1 217-1 317 South U.
conclusions and suggestions of our Across from Campus Theatre
leaflet."
in HILL A
STARTINGA Please Note,
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TODAY Unuul T 1U ES*/
Time Schedule
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The love story of the white missionary and Burton Me
the Eurasian soldier... under the China skyl

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Lam's yard is not large enougj
fLor a parking lot under city ordi-
nances which require that a lo
be 10 feet from the house and 2
feet from the front of the proper-
ty.
Too Many Cars
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity also
has too many cars for its lot,
since members of Sigma Chi park
in the lot, but Alpha Delt Presi-
dent John Walper, '60E, reports
his house, too, has no room to
expand.
Mrs. Crane noted there is at
present a theory that fraterni-
ties and sororities should be al-
lowed to expand out Washtenaw
Avenue.

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Not long ago this young lady was a college
senior. Today, she handlesuthe rspnoneili
ties and decisions of an executives. one
the world's largest organizations. Today,
she's stationed in Paris ... an officer in the
Women's Army Corps.
.Her professional and social life is busy
exciting... happily balanced.
executive occupies a
On duty, this younag ean neliec
pitflrequiring education, initiative adijtelnligence
She commands the h sal and traditional priv
leges of an Army Officer.
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weeeds plus 30-day annual pai vacatin raps
she'llaend e enn cla.sses at the Sorboflue. Or make a.
she'll attend evening ca oia nthe French
sking triptoSt. Moritz.Or spend aholiday old of fun'
Riviera. hatever she does, she'll find a wor
ivi*er. haavetobe Paris. It

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might have been Heidelberg,
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But herevethisyoungad o her unifor will be
herpassport toi aonderul orld of opportunity. Be-
he pssot to awode - an Offcer
cause she b}egan her career as an executive. . .
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