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1965,

PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Hope's Comedy Dull;
Inspiration Lacking

AT RACKHAM AUD.:
Clean Performance Marks
Chamber Orchestra Concert

Student Protestors May Face
Loss of Draft Deferments

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By STEVEN HALLER tells me that boredom is annoy-
According to my journalism ing (and much to be avoided in
Accoring to cmy journasm any artistic endeavor) because it
professor, a true comedy, may or is the exact opposite of inspira-
nay not actually be funny, but tion. In the case of "I'll Take
at least it will appeal to the in- Sweden," boredom sets in pretty
tellect of the viewer. Well, "I'll fast because inspiration is so sore-
Take Sweden" certainly doesn't ly lacking in plot, script, and any,
involve anybody's intellect, but it other aspect you can think of.
is funny once in a while; so I In the plot, lack of inspiration
suppose it should be treated as a shows in the use of old ideas and
comedy after all. stereotypes. The , basic conflict
"I'll Take Sweden" is Bob that must be resolved exists be-
Hope's latest attempt to prove tween Papa Bob's "old-fashioned
he's just as funny on the screen morals" and those of the younger
as he is in person. And to be generation as typified by his
sure, a few of his one-liners do daughter Jojo (played by Tues-
hit the mark; but on the whole day Weld in her usual gutteralI
any of his monologues to the purring voice). The stereotyped
troops overseas (to say nothing of view of Swedish morality (which
the old "Road" series) is a great Bob finds unbelievably decadent,
deal funnier than this movie. of course) is added on .top of
Boredom everything else, and the whole
My journalism professor also mess is stirred up until the last
--drop of flavor has evaporated
483-4680 from it.
The story line, such as it is,
involves Bob's attempts to pre-
vent Jojo's marriage to Kenny
(played by Frankie Avalon and
WO. CARPENTER ROAR- his ever-present guitar) by trick-
ENDS TONIGHT ing her into a trip to Sweden to
forget him. But Bob's plans run
awry when the fine example of
Swedish youth he practically
crams, down her throat talks her
STEWARTo spending two weeks with him
STEWARTat a mountain resort.
Own Romance
Complicating matters further is
Bob's own romance with a Swed-
ish interior decorator whose ex-
PLUS terior Bob finds much more to his
"THE SECRET OF liking. Everybody somehow man-
BLOOD ISLAND" ages to wind up in bed with the
right partner, although an unfore-
seen incident thwarts Bob's at-
STARTS TOMORROW tempts to make sure that wedding
Eli precedes bedding all the way
around.
...A" M aUNinumtiAL*A The worst part of the picture
. *.E ; . is the stream of absolutely abom-
inable songs that Frankie Avalon
'5COND FIDDLE gets stuck with. To say that Bob's
10 U STEL uimar"--- jokes are the best thing in the
ADDED LAUGH HIT film is really another way of say-
ing that everything else about it
is so dismal.
If you are willing to accept less
-e than Bob Hope at his funniest in
1 order to enjoy the few bright
spots, go see "I'll Take Sweden;"
-- * ° p C Q L'o - o t h e r w i s e, the accompanying
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By CAROL BURCHUK
An enthusiastic audience re-
sponded to the clean and articu-
late performance of the Nether-
lands Chamber Orchestra under
the direction of Szymon Goldberg,
in Rackham Aud. last night.
In the past few years there has
been an increasing interest in the
chamber orchestra. The Nether-
lands Chamber Orchestra which
is government supported is com-
prised of 13 violins, four violas,
three cellos, two double basses
and a harpsichor'd, was founded
in 1955. Their repertoire is drawn
almost completely from Baroque
and Modern Literature.
The Violin Concerto in A minor
byj J. S. Bach showed remarkable
ensemble. With Goldberg a solo
violinist each individual had to
rely on his acute senses both
visual and aural to maintain the
articulation, balance and forceful-
ness that made a 25-piece orches-
tra play as a quartet. Goldberg's
violin playing more than ade-
quately met the demands of the
music.
"Verkaerte Nacht" is Schoen-
berg's most important early work.
Originally written for string sex-
tet, he later arranged it for string
orchestra, It is also known by its
ballet title "Pillar of Fire." The
work is based on a poem "Weib
und Welt" by Richard Dehmel.
The poem concerns itself with a
woman's confession to the man
she loves that she is pregnant
from her husband - a man she
neither knows nor loves.
But his love with the splendor
and radiance of nature, is great
enough to overlook the tragedy
and make the unborn child his
own. The music programs the
emotions and moods provoked by
the beauties of nature rather
than suggesting any dramatic
action.
In this way and because it is
written for a chamber group the
work is different from proceeding
illustrative works by other com-
posers. The work can be appre-
ciated as "pure" music as the or-
chestra took advantage of the
tremendous contrasts which are
written into the score. It should
be noted that at the premiere in
Vienna, 1902, this work was hiss-

(Continued from Page 1) said that they would make no Cut]
very closely associated with Com- comment at this time. forma
munists" were working for SDS. . Richard L. Cutler. vice-presi- a sens
. dent for student affairs, said yes- permis
Similar to Peking terday concerning the federal in- ed." H
He also said "Whenever you vestigation of SDS that his of- "Woul
have a situation in which people fice would not release information studen
are saying things similar to what on the student organizations un- cation
is being said by Peking, you are der its jurisdiction. dent o
likely to find some Communists
involved in it," and added, "there
are some' Communists involved in
it." t

ei said, "We don't~ give in-
tion to anyone which is of
itive nature without express
ssion of the student involy-
He also said that his office
d not release the names of
nts (as listed on the appli-
for recognition as a stu-
rganization) to anyone."
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TUES. & WE

The investigation of SDS is re-
portedly a result of its campaign
to encourage conscientious objec-
tion to the draft.
Speaking for SDS, Paul Booth,,
a 22-year-old graduate at Swarth-
more, and the son of a Univer-
sity professor said, "The one bas-
ic thing is that we take a very
principled civil liberties position.
It sounds like a real Red-baiting
smear. The real issue is the war
in Viet Nam. This is a kind of!
smoke screen. We are going right
ahead. Our program is legal."
The demonstrators who were ar-
rested in the sit-in Friday at the
Selective Service office in Ann Ar-
bor held a meeting last night, but

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Aud. The orchestra played selections from Bach, Schoenberg,
Flothius and Dvorak.
ed and caused fist fights. Last Two encores were demanded of
night'. auiencePw wxrud haive term- then rchestra_ The first Britten's

ed the work Romantic.
The works of Marius Flothuis,
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The "Serenade in E major," Op.;
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with great delicacy. Its five short
movements contrast alternatively
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"Simple Symphony" was played
pizzicato, which confirmed the or-
chestras clean and articulate abil-
ities. The second, Bartok's "Di-
vertimento" (second movement',
was climatic, showing their superb
interpretive and 'rare homogeneity
of ensemble.
Coming concerts to be sponsor-
ed by the Chamber Arts Series are
Rafael Puyana, harpsichordist,
Sunday, Oct. 31; New York Pro
Musica, Friday, Nov. 12; Hermann
Prey, baritone, Wednesday, Feb.
2; Vienna Octet, Tuesday, March
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19
Day Calendar ,
University Management Seminar -
"Orientation to Supervisory Practices":
Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
Architecture Lecture - Dan Fink,
Academy of Arts, Copenhagen, "In-
dustrialized Buildings": Architecture
Aud., 3:30 p.m.t
Art of the Americas Lecture-"A j Fo-
cus on Realism": Rackham Amphithea-
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The William W. Cook Lectures on
American Institutions-Lecture 1-Oct.
19, "The Republic Accepts the Consti- t
tution" by Dr. Leslie W. Dunbar, 4:151
p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Dept. of Psychiatry University Lee-F
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Aud., Children's Psychiatric Hospital.
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to attend a coffee hour on Tues., Oct.
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Boom of the Rackham Bldg. The A.M.
program and its relationship to advanc-
ed graduate study will be discussed
informally. Questions from students will
be welcomed.
Student Tea: At the home of Presi-
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Oct. 20, from 4-6 p.m. All students are
cordially invited.
Medical College Admission Test: Can-
didates taking the Medical College Ad-
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Law School Admission Test: Appli-
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the test will be on Sat., Nov. 13, and
applications must be received in
Princeton, N.J., by Oct. 30.
Foreign Visitors
The following are the foreign visi-
tors programmed through the Interna-
tional Center who will be on campus
this week on the dates indicated. Pro-
gram arrangements are being made by
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
Center, 764-2148.
Chuichi Suzuki, president, Legal
TrainingResearch Institute of the Su-
preme Court of Japan, Tokyo, Japan,
Oct. 17-21.
Five student leaders from Spain: An-
tonio Gimeno Guspinera, University
of Madrid; Antonio Elzora y Domin-
guez, University of Madrid; Alfonso
Sureda Carrion, University of Barce-
lona; Jaime Quintana Gomez, Univer-
sity of Valladolid; Jose Ramon Bar-
raca de Ramos, University of Madrid;
John Cendoya, interpreter, Oct. 17-21.-
Marton Pesci, director of the Insti-
tute of Geography, Hungarian Academy
of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, Oct.
17-22.
Mrs. Marton Pesci, lecturer at the
Petrographical Dept., University of

Budapent, Budapest, Hungary, Oct. 17-
22.
Prabha Sahasrabudhe, director, Chil-
dren's Art Museum, New Delhi, India,
Oct. 19.
Miss Winifred Whitfield, Institute
of International Education, New York,
N.Y., Oct. 20-22.
Miss Kamala Nair, first secretary, Ed-
ucation Dept., Embassy of India, Wash-
ington, D.C., Oct. 22-24.
Mrs. Hanna Wals, deputy, State Par-
liament, -Hessen Landtag (Christian
Democratic Union), Germany, Oct. 24-
26.
Keisuke . Kobori, deputy director of
the legal affairs dept. of the Civil Ad-
ministration, Okinawa, Oct. 24-27.
Funio Inoue, asst. superintending
procurator, Okinawa, Oct.24-27.
Mosal Yonamine, senior procurator,
Central Public Procurator's Office,
Okinawa, Oct. 24-27.
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