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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DilTLY

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 196

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aided his overwhelming reelection.
Foremost, a c c o r d i n g to Prof.
Thomas, was the quality-or bet-
ter, lack of it-of his opponent.
Thomas called Shamie "mani-
festly incompetent and unquali-
fied," and, in equally strong terms,
"a Detroit Goldwater in micro-
cosm." He also pointed to the
boom in the city's economy as an-
other boost.
The New Breed
Another implication of Cava-
nagh's success is that a new breed
of liberals is becoming an increas-
ingly important segment of Ameri-
can political life. United States
politics since the New Deal, Brom-
age said, has been dominated by
left-of-center liberals, with a
more sophisticated outlook that
rejects extremism.
Starting with President John F.
Kennedy, he continued, many out-
standing political figures have in-
jected into this tradition a new
image of youthfulness, dedication,
and vigor, an image of a "new
politician" who is sincerely, deeply
concerned with the complex prob-
lems that confront our urban so-
ciety, who contrasts sharply and
crucially with the stereotype of
the crafty political manipulator,
and who appears to be above party
infighting.
Ideologically, they are very near
the center; the relatively narrow

spread is represented by the fore-
most projectors of the image: the
Kennedys, Rockefeller, Gov. Mark
Hatfield of Oregon, New York
mayor-elect Lindsay and now
Cavanagh.
The recent Detroit election has
double significance, according to
the two observers. It almost in-
sures that a new political star is
on the rise; Cavanagh is headed
for a much higher post within the
state or federal governments
within the next couple of years.
And not least important, it was
stressed, is the solidification of the
thesis that a "new" breed of poli-
ticians, of a special group within
the parties, has appeared on the
American political scene.
Complete but unofficial returns
from the city's 1,099 precincts
gave Cavanagh, who won his sec-
ond term, 295,409 votes against
Shamie's 144,852.
Shamie. a printing firm execu-
tive, conceded defeat in a con-
gratulatory telegram to Cavanagh
headquarters shortly before mid-
night.
"I intend to provide our city
with an aggressive administration
with only one direction-to keep
this city on the move," Cavanagh
said.
Vice President Hubert Hum-
phrey phoned Cavanagh even be-
fore Shamie's concession to con-
gratulate the mayor.

IN TOWN
Art
Forsythe Gallery, 201 Nickels
Arcade-"Color Intaglio," an ex-
hibit by Frank Cassara. (Through
Nov. 11.)
Lantern Gallery, 417 Detroit St.
-Gallery Members Show by 43
exhibiting artists. (Through Nov.
14.)
Museum of Art, Ann Arbor -
Paintings, drawings and sculpture
from a collection by Caroline and
Erwin Swann. (Through Dec. 5.)
Rackham Art Galleries-Rack-
ham Grant Exhibit of Art Fac-
ulty, exhibiting works of Cassara,
Gooch, Lewis, Mullen, McClure,
Palazzola, R e i d e r, Stephenson,
Weber, and Weddige. (10-10 daily
through Nov. 26.)
Cinema
Cinema Guild, Architecture and
Design Aud.-"Topper," the fam-
ous Thorne Smith ghost story with
Cary Grant. (7 and 9 p.m., Nov.
4 and 5.)
"Experimental Film Program
No. 1," and "We Are the Lambreth
Boys." (7 and 9 p.m., Nov. 6
and 7.)
Campus Theatre, South Univer-
sity - "Rotten to the Core," a
British satire with Anton Rogers.
(7 and 9 p.m., through Nov. 10.)
Michigan Theatre, East Liberty
-"The Ipcress File," with Michael
Caine. (Nov. 4.)

"Cincinnati Kid," with Steve series commemorating the Finnish
MacQueen and Edward G. Robin- composer, featuring Four Humor-C
son. (1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 p.m., Nov. esques for Violin and Orchestra
5-11.) Op. 87 and 89, Kem Borg singingj
State Theatre, State St.-"Old songs of Sibelius, and Symphony
Yeller," with Dorothy Maquery No. 3 in C. (7:30 p.m., Nov. 4.)
and Fess Parker. (1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 Fi
p.m., Nov. 4-10.) Football-U of M vs. Illinois
(2:15 p.m., Nov. 6.)

be the guest speaker. (7:30 p.m..
Nov. 10.)
* * *
Television
Thursday Night Movie--"Elmer
Gantry," Richard Brooks' film
version of the controversial Sin-
clair Lewis novel, starring BurtI

eek Aross
Woodward Ave., Detroit-"Art as
Expression," explorations of sev- THURSDAY, NOV. 4
eral masters w h o s e feelings, 10 a.m.-Mental Health News
dreams, and opinions dominate Day, a conference on the problems
their work: Bosch, Barlach, Bas- and potentials in new "grass
kin, and Appel. (8 p.m., Nov. 9) roots" demand for outpatient psy-
chiatric treatment, will be held in
Speakers the Michigan Union.
Rackham Educational Memorial 2:15 p.m.-William Bunney of
Aud.,, Detroit-"Form and Form- the National Institute for Mental
lessness in Contemporary Poetry," Health will speak on "Current
a lecture by Anthony Hecht, poet Behavioral and Biological Studies
and associate professor of English on Patients with Affective Disor-
at Bard College. (8 p.m., Nov. 5.) ders" in 1057 MHRI.

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Dance
Ann Arbor Dance Theatre, Ann
Arbor Public Library, 5th Ave.
and William St.-"6 Dances to a
Poem," Prof. Donald Hall will give
a reading from his poem "A Roof
of Tiger Lillies." The reading will
be followed by six different solo'
dance interpretations based on the
poem. (8 p.m., Nov. 4; free.)
Music
Hill Aud. - Arts Chorale con-
ducted by Maynard Klein, pre-
senting works of Palestrina, Bach,
Brahms, and Thompson (8:30
p.m., Nov. 4; free.)
Rackham Lecture Hall - Con-
cert by cellist Jerome Jelinek and
pianist Rhea Kish. (4:15 p.m.,
Nov. 7.)
Hi-Fi Room, Michigan Union-
Recorded Jazz Concert. (7:30 p.m.,
Nov. 10.)
Hill Aud.-U of M School of
Music Opera Workshop presents
Wagner's "Lohengrin." (8 p.m.,
Nov. 10-12; reserved seats, $2.)
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New York Philharmonic-George Lancaster and Jean Simmons.
Szell conducting Mozart: Over- (Channel 2, 9 p.m., Nov. 4.)
ture to The Marriage of Figaro; Cleveland Orchestra - George
Mozart: Piano Concerto in B-flat Szell conducts the Cleveland Or-
major, K 595; Bruckner: Sym- chestra in a concert of 20th-cen-
phony No. 7 in E minor. (2 p.m., tury music. (Channel 56, 9:30 p.m.,
Nov. 7.) Nov. 5.)
University Orchestra Concert- Night Owl Theatre - "Auntie
Josef Blatt conducting Lalo: Cello Mame," film version of Patrick
Concert; Dvorak: Symphony No. 9 Dennis' novel, starring Rosalind
in E minor "The New World." Russell. (Channel 11, 11:30 p.m.,
(7:30 p.m., Nov. 9.) Nov. 5.)

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Opera Night - Nebnal: Polen- * * *
blut; Rossini: Le Comte Ory. (7 Theatre
p.m., Nov. 10.) Professional Theatre presents
APA- "Herakles," by Archibald

Speakers
Union Ballroom-A Symposium
of Three Plays, "The Wild Duck,"
"Herakles," and "You Can't Take
It With You," by featured guest
panelists Prof. Claribel Baird,
Prof. William McGraw, Michael
Church, and Prof. John Styan.
(8 p.m., Nov. 4.)
Generation Seminar with Don-
ald Hall, Rm. 3C, Michigan Un-
ion. (Nov. 9, 8 p.m.)
Multipurppsce Room, UGLI -
John Howard Griffin, author of
the novel "Black Like Me," will

MacLeish. (8 p.m., evenings; 2:30
p.m., matinees, Nov. 4-7.)
* * *
OUT OF TOWN
Art
Toledo Museum of Art-"Pho-
tography in the Fine Arts," an
exhibit of the work of over 150
photographers selected by a jury
of nationally famous art critics.
(Through Dec. 5.)
* * *

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Theatre
Fisher Theatre, 2nd and W.,
Grand Blvd., Detroit-"Carousel,"
with Harv Presnell. (Through Nov.
20; reserved seats.)
Genovese Hails
Hughes' Win
NEW YORK (P-Rutgers Uni-
versity Prof. Eugene Genovese
hailed the landslide victory of
Gov. Richard J. Hughes Tuesday
night.
Genovese was critical of Wayne
Dumont Jr., the Republican can-
didate who demanded that the
professor be fired for saying at a
campus teach in that he would
welcome a Viet Cong victory in
Viet Nam.
Genovese said in a statement,
"Senator Dumont has waged a
dishonorable campaign. He dam-
aged a great university, insulted
its distinguished president and
board of governors, vilified Gov-
ernor Hughes- for the crime of
meeting his constitutional respon-
sibilities, and distorted the news
beyond recognition of the profes-
sor whom he selected as a victim.

4:10 p.m.-Sherman E. Lees, di-
rector of the Cleveland Museum
of Art, will give a lecture on "In-
dian Bronzes" in Auditorium B of
Angell Hall.
4:10 p.m.-The Speech Depart-
ment's Student Laboratory Thea-
tre will present Jean Anouilh's
one-act comedy, "Cecile," in the
Arena Theatre of the Frieze Bldg.
There is no admission charge.
7:30 p.m. - An informational
meeting for freshmen and sopho-
mores interested in spending their
junior year in Freiburg, Germany,
will be held in Rm. 3R of the
Union.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present "Topper" at the Architec-
ture Auditorium.
8 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program will. present the APA
in "Herakles" at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
8:30 p.m.-The University Arts
Chorale will give a concert at
Hill Auditorium.
FRIDAY, NOV. 5
9:30 a.m.-The Michigan Edu-
cation Association Convention pre-
sents "Improvement of Education"
at Hill Auditorium.
4:15 p.m.-Dept.. of Psychology
presents a Colloquiam entitled Ed-
ucation and Adult Socialization in
Aud B of Angell Hall. Speaker will
be Dr. David Levenson of Harvard
Medical School.

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