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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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the
HURON RIVER
RAMBLERS
at
the Canterbury house
218 N. DIVISION

Outside the Classroom this Week

OCT. 1,2

8:30 P.M.

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By VICKI LASSAR
and DALE GOLD
HIGHLIGHT
Make Your Calendar
Friday evening, September 30,
marks the opening of the 51st
season of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra. Under the direction of
Sixten Ehrling and in cooperation
with an imposing array of the
world's greatest artists, the or-
chestra looks forward to a most
successful season.
Among the fine soloists who will
be heard are David Oistrakh, Ru-
dolf Firkusny, Mary Costa, Isaac
Stern and Van Cliburn. Conduc-
tor-Emeritus Paul Paray, Asso-
ciate Conductor Valter Poole and
Andre Kostelanetz will appear
throughout the season as guest
conductors.
In addition to their regular con-
cert season the Symphony will
present a series of four children's
concerts beginning in December,
highlighted by such diverse favor-
ites as "Hansel and Gretel," Stra-
vinsky's "Firebird" and Quincy
Porter's "The Worried Drummer."
The symphony will also inaug-
urate a series of four open re-
hearsals during their regular win-
ter season. The first of these will
be October 6 at 2 p.m. Jorge Bolet,

internationally acclaimed Cuban-
American pianist, will rehearse
with Ehrling and the orchestra for
the October 7-9 concerts during
which he will play selections by
Nielsen, Brahms, Rachmaninoff,
and Weinberger.
The symphony's impressive as-
sortment of artists and works can
only promise a season of rich
musical entertainment.
IN TOWN
Special Events
Serendipity Singers, Hill Aud.
(8:30 p.m., Oct. 1).
Football-Daily vs. Union. Staffs
of the Michigan Daily and the
UAC clash in the battle for the
Little Brown Waste Basket at
Ferry Field. (4 p.m., practice at 3
p.m., Oct. 1.)

Cinema
Cinema Guild, Architecture and
Design Auditorium-Max Ophul's
"The Earrings of Mme. de X"
with Charlie Chaplin's "The Mas-
querader." (7 and 9 p.m., Sept. 30,
Oct. 1.)
"Rebecca" with Sir Laurence
Olivier and Joan Fontaine. (7 and
9 p.m., Oct. 2, 3.)
Campus Theatre, South Univer-
sity-"The Collector," Samantha
Eggar and Terence Stamp, Cannes
Film Festival award winners. (7
and 9 p.m., through Oct. 2.)
"The Pumpkin Eater," with
Anne Bancroft, winner of the Best
Actress Award-Cannes Film Fes-
tival, Peter Finch and James Ma-
son, featured with "World With-
out Sun," Academy Award win-
ner for the best documentary film,
a true-life underwater filming by
Jacques-Yves Cousteau. (7 and 9
p.m., Oct. 3-6.)
Michigan Theatre, East Liberty
'-"Marriage on the Rocks," with
Frank Sinatra, Deborah Kerr and
Dean Martin. (1, 3, 5, 7, and 9:15,
Oct. 1-6.)
"Darling," with Laurence Har-
vey, Dick Bogarde and Julie Chris-
tie. (1, 2:50, 5, 7, and 9:15, Sept.
30.)
State Theatre, State St.-"Bil-
lie," with Patty Duke. (1. 3:50, 5,
7, and 9, Sept. 30-Oct. 1.)
"The Secret of My Success,"
with Shirley Jones, Stella Stevens
and Honor Blackman. (7 and 9
p.m., Oct. 2-6.)
S.

Music
Rackham Auditorium - The
Kwansei Gakuin Glee Club, on
tour of many major American uni-
versities from Harvard to Berke-
ley, this world famous Japanese
Glee Club appears Wednesday
night in its Ann Arbor debut. The
group is renowned for their at-
tractive, thick harmony which de-
rives not.only from the good selec-
tion of music notes but from the
mental cooperation of the club
members. Their appearance pro-
vides an opportunity to come into
direct contact with the Japanese
miracle of music through their
singing various traditional Japa-
nese songs. (8:30 p.m., Wednes-
day, Oct. 6.)
Radio
WUOM FM 91.7 me. Ann Arbor.
Football-U. of M. vs. Geor-
gia. (1:15 p.m., Oct. 2.)
Music of the Masters-A pro-
gram of music with Leonard Bern-
I stein, composer, pianist and con-
ductor . . . Bernstein: "Trouble
in Tahiti," a musical play ...
Copeland: Sonata for Piano -
Leonard Bernstein, pianist . .
Bernstein: Facsimile, a choreog-
raphic essay. (8:05 p.m., Oct. 2.)
Music of the Masters-A pro-
gram of music in keeping of the
Jewish day of atonement, Yom
Kippur. Franklin Choset: "Mu-
sic, Musicians, and Musical Life
in Israel," a lecture-recital ---
Bloch: Baal Shem, Three Pictures
of Chassidic Life, Isaac Stern, vio-
linist and Alexander Zakin, pian-

ist. . . Bruch: Kol Nidrei, Op. 47-
Pierre Fournier, cellist, Jean Mar-
tinon, conductor. (8:30 p.m., Oct.
5.)
Opera Night-Gay: "The Beg-
gar's Opera." This performance.
precedes next week's presentation
of Brecht's "The Threepenny
Opera," by the Wayne State Uni-
versity Players. "The Beggar's
Opera" is the inspiration from

-, ~U'VT~.,,i PLACEMENT INTERVIEW; Bureau of.
which Bertolt Brecht wrote his Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
play. (7 p.m., Oct. 6.) dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint-
* * * ments with the Dept. of State omit-
Television ted from yesterday's listing.
TUES.-WED., OCT. 5-6--
NBC News Special-"America Dept. of State, Wash., D.C.-Group
the Beautiful," a program illus- interviews for men & women with in-
trating blight--urban and suburb- formation on opportunities available
through Foreign Service Officer exam
an-that has contributed to the for positions with State Dept. Majors
deterioration of America's natural 'in many fields eligible including Econ.,
resources. This report, narrated by# Poll, Sci.,'Public & Bus, Adnin., Journ.,
etc, A 30 min. film will be shown at it
Chet Huntley was prompted by a.m. on Tues. and 3 p.m. or Wed. in
President Johnson's plea to the Multipurpose Room of the UGLJ Group
nation to keep America beautiful. interviews on the hour Wed., from 9
(Channel 4, 630 p.m, Oct. 3.) a.m.-2 p.m. Those Interested in Inter-
(Chanel , 630 pm.,Oct.3.) views see film on Tues. A question &
Festival - "Romeo and Jean- answer session will follow the film on
nette," by Jean Anouillh with Wed.
Genevieve Bujold, Michael Sarra- POSITION OPENINGS:
zin and Nathalie Norbert. (Chan- Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., Ak-
nel 9, 9:30 p.m., Oct. 6.) ron, Ohio-1. General Methods & stand-
* * * ards Engr. BSIE or Indust. Mgmt., bkgd.
Theatrein IE. Jr. & Sr. level engrs. 2. Archi-
Theatretects, degree, some exper. pref. 3. Mech.
Professional Theatre Program Engr. Exper not req. Interest in des.
presents APA-"You Can't Take of heating ventilating, etc.
MacMan us, John & Adams, Birming-
it with You," the funniest Amer- ham-Proofreader, Woman grad in Eng-
ican comedy by George S. Kauf- lish or journ. for advtg. agency. Exper.
man and Moss Hart. (8 p.m.; helpful.
matinees Saturday and Sunday Michigan State Police, E. Lansing --
Arch. Engr. BS in Arch., Civil or Arch.
2:30 p.m., Sept. 30-Oct. 3; reserv- Engrg. 5 yrs. exper. in design or bldg.
ed seats.) construction. Determine if bidgs. com-
"The Wild Duck," the poignant ply with state fire and safety codes.
Applied Physics Lab., Johns Hopkins
dramatic classic by Henrik Ibsen. Univ., Silver Springs, Md. - Russian
(8 p.m., Oct. 6; reserved seats.) Technical Translator. Degree or equiv.
* * * exper. in. pure & applied sciences. Abil-
OUbFlONity to read, write & translate Russian
tech, literature essential. Work for ref-
Art erence library serving lab, involved in
Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 missile & space res.
Woodward Ave., Detroit-Art Is- State of Utah, Salt Lake City-Dept.
of Finance has various openings for
rael, 26 painters and sculptors Director, Finance & Accounts; Pro-
organized by the Museum of Mod-. gram Developer, Family Services; Chem-
ern Art, featuring two influen- ist; Chief Librarian; Div. Admin. Ass't.;
tial Israeli masters, Mordecai Ar- Rehab. Counselor. Details at Bureau.
don and Josef Zaritsky.! (Tues.- 'For further information, please call
Fri., 9-9; Sat. and Sun., 9-6, 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
through Oct. 3.) pointments, 3200 SAB.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1965
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
the publication of this notice. All
publicity for these events must be
withheld until the approval has become
eftecti ye.-
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAS.
Michigan Committee Against Apart-
heid, organizational meeting, Sept. 29,
Multipurpose Room, UGLI, 7:30 p.m.
Placement

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dPuden POrganizaion Presiden s
Please submit semester membership
forms IMMEDIATELY to room 1011 S.A.B.
University facilities are not available to you
until your organization has registered.
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B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
SHABBAT SH UVAH
The Sabbath of Repentance
tomorrow
FRIDAY, October 1, at 7:30 P.M.
in the Zwerdling-Cohn Chapel
Participants

Richard Corn
Heidi Fox

Sid Kraizman
Lenore Libby
Harry Lubetsky

Helaine Orkin
Cynthia Rogoff

SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
Music 212 SAB--
Detroit Symphony' Orchestra, Summer Placement Service is now
Ford Auditorium, 20 E. Jefferson open. Come and register. Look over
Ave., Detroit--Hanel: The Royal.jobs. Open 10-12 a.m. and 1:30-5 p.m.
Fire Works Music ... Beethoven: ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
Symphony No. 9 in Dminor, Op. VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
125. (Sept. 30-Oct. 2; reserved sign schedule posted at 128-H West
Eng'rg
seats.) TUES., OCT. 5-
Open rehearsal with Jorge Bolet Cummins Engine Co., Columbus, Ind.
who will play works to be per- --Any Degree: EM & ME. MS: Con-
struction, Info. & Controls. BS-MS:
formed in his appearance with IE. Dec. grads. R. & D., Des, Prod. &
the orchestra on October 7-9. Niel- Sales.
sen: Overture to "Masquerade".. . Emerson Electric Co., St. Louis &
h.3Branch Plants-BS-MS: AE & Astro.,
Brahms: SymphonyN. cin oFf EE, IE, Mat'is., ME. R. & D., Des., Prod.
major, Op. 90.. . Rachmainoff: I& Sales.'
Concerto No. 3 in D minor for Hercules Powder Co., Nationwide -
Piano and Orchestra . . . Wein- BS-MS: ChE, EE, ME. Dev., Des., Prod.
bergr :Pola an Fuue rom& sales.
berger: Polka and Fugue from Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., All Lo-
"Schwanda." (2 p.m., Oct. 6; cations-Any Degree: EM, Mat'ls., ME,
$1.50.) Chem. BS-MS: ChE, EE, IE. BS: CE, E
* * *Math,E Physics, Sc. Engrg. R. & D.,
Des., Prod., Sales, Quality Control.
Theatre Toledo Edison Co., Toledo, Ohio area
Fisher Theatre, 2nd and West -BS: EE & ME, Accounting. Dec. grads.
Grand Blvd., Detroit--"Skyscrap- R & D., Des., Sales.
Westinghouse Air Brake, Lexington,
er," based on Emma Rice's "Dream Ky.-BS: EE & ME. Citizens & non-
Girl," with Julie Harris and Vic- citizens if becoming U.S. citizen.
tor Spinetti. (Nightly at 8:30 p.m., Firestone Tire & Rubber ",~ Akron,
maintees Wedand Sat., through Ohio-BS-MS: ChE, IE & ME.BS:IM.
Dev., Des., Prod., Sales, Methods&
Oct. 14; reserved seats.) Systems.
YOUR 1065-66
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