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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 26, _196>

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Year in Germany: All applicants for Winter Term Fees: At least 50 per
1969-70 should turn in their applica- cent is due and payable on or before
tions to the Of fi efor Study Abroad, January 31, 1969.
1223 Angell Hall no later than Friday,! Non payment of at least 50 per cent
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the cast. However, Richard Shech-
ner the director, has vowed not
to accept any restrictions on the
manner in which the Ann Arbor
production will be staged
Shechner's statement that "Di-
onysus in 69" would be performed
with the usual nude scenes came
after the University of Minnesota's
student union cancelled the play's
second Minneapolis performance
after two members of the audience
stripped off their clothes during
the first performance,
Ann Arbor Mayor Wendell Htl-
cher in a statement also issued
yesterday expressed concern over
the performance of the play.
"With respect to legality," the
mayor said, "I have made the city
administrator and the police chief
aware that we expect them, as a
regular duty, to administer our
laws firmly and fairly.
"The moral code of our com-
munity is another matter. There
is no doubt in my mind that most
our citizens expect their mayor
to seek to express the prevailing
sentiment in our city," he said.
"Certainly there is an over-
whelming rejection of the idea
that 'anything goes' in Ann Ar-
bor," Hlcher said. "Concurrently,
there is deep sentiment that ar-
bitrary censorship must be reject-
ed and that there is significant
value in freedm of expression"
In further defending the play,
Fleming observed that "a univer-
sity audience is not a juvenile
audience. The average age of our
undergraduates is just over 20, and
the average age of 'our graduate
students, make Up 40 per cent of
our student body, is just over 26."
"Whatever our individual views
may be of the type of theatre
presented by Dionysus,' we must
recognize that it is regarded by
both academic and professional
theatre people as worthy of seri-
ous consideration," he continued.
"If, as some -critics have said,
this type of theatre is unutterably
boring, it will soon be consigned
to oblivion," Fleming said.
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