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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

FRIDAY, NOV~MLBER 19, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVENI..

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Five University Bands To Appear Tonight ,DECELERATION

A Loi~ivrd

In Second Annual Bandorama Program

By LINNEA HENDRICKSON Figaro," and Mantia's "Fantasie
Originale," which will feature
Five University Bands will pre- euphonium soloist Brian Bowman,
sent the second annual Bando- '68SM.
rama Concert at 8:30 tonight, The Wind Ensemble is composed
November 19, in Hill Aud. of 48 of the outstanding members
William D. Revelli, now in his of the Symphony Band. It's first
31st year as director of Michigan Ann Arbor concert was its ap-
Bands, says, "Bandorama is de- pearance with the Symphony
signed to provide an opportunity Band in Hill Aud. last month.
for our public to hear all of our Revelli says the Wind Ensemble
Michigan bands and to provide an gives these outstanding players
opportunity for our public to be- more responsibility and greater
come familiar with the total com- opportunity to develop their com-
pass of the University band pro- plete potential than does playing
gram. in a larger group.
The Marching Band, Symphony The Wind Ensemble dedicates
and, Jazz Band, Concert Band, itself to performing a vast amount
and the newly created Wind En- of literature written for the
semble will play. There are no smaller ensemble. Many of the
reserved seats, but $1 admission pieces it plays can and have been
Is being charged. Tickets may be played by larger groups, such as
obtained at Hill Aud. box office the Symphony Band, -but the
from 8 to 5 or from any band smaller group can create more
member. clarity, subtlety and soloistic
Concert Band coloring in the pieces.
The Concert Band, conducted by Playing some music with a large
George Cavender, assistant direc- group, says Revelli, "is slightly like
tor of bands, will open the con- augumenting the size of the cham-
cert. This band is composed of 85 ber music hall without augument-
members who are primarily under- ing the size of the group to play
classmen in the School of Music. in it," or "like cutting the foot to
The Wind Ensemble, conducteed fit the shoe."
by Revelli, will follow. Included Douglass Solos
among its pieces are Mozart's Following the Wind Ensemble
"Overture to the Marriage of will be the Symphony Band. It
'EARN SUPPORT':
rgU New GOP Image,
Stronger Viet Nam Action

will play numbers including stay in the Dominican Republic
"Elsa's Procession to the Cathed- was interrupted by the revolution,
ral"" from Wagner's "Lohengrin," which they witnessed from the
and "Czardas," by Monti, featur- roof tops in Santo Domingo, until
ing trumpet soloist James Doug- they were evacuated by the U.S.
lass, Grad. Next semester the Navy.
Symphony Band will be taking two Fisher Directs
tours, the first in February Tonight, directed by its con
throughout Ohio, and the second ductor, Bruce Fisher, a graduate
to the East in May, which will in the School of Music, the Jazz
include performances in Philadel- Band will play such numbers as
phia, and at the Lincoln Center in "~Fuga VX" (from the "Well
New York. Tempered Clavier,") by Bach-
The Jazz Band's performance, Fisher, and "I'll Never Stop Loving
following the Symphony Band's You."
will be its first in Ann Arbor since The Marching Band, which won
returning from its Stace Depart- a standing ovation at last year's
ment tour of Latin America last concert, will close the concert with
summer. The band was warmly highlights from this seasons foot-
greeted throughout the 14 week, ball shows. These will include the
15 country tour, though it was "Mary Poppins Show" and "Glenn
forced to cancel a concert in Cara- Miller Medley" as well as peren-
cus, Venezuela because of a Com- nial favorites such as "M Fan-
munist riot. The band members' fare," and of course "The Victors."
:art Museum Exhibition
Presents Wide Variet

0 / V " L JL.u v- w V . v v V = w
Racing Dsappointment
By ROBERT MOORE and violence of professional rac-
ing: much of it, one suspects, is
A movie, like a dream, is a stock newsreel footage of old race
means of distraction and escape. accidents, so the high points of
Contrary to some fashionable cri- the racing scenes-there are sev-
tical attitudes, movies that are eral-are only color replays of
completely devoted to this creation what you saw on the late news -
of an imaginary and more exciting years ago.
world can be just as entertaining Little Sex
as serious, "fine art" films. A goods
escape movie can be almost as The 95-horsepower plot concerns
much fun as a good escape; but a' the bedtime permutations of three
bad escape movie-well, just look drivers and three pit stop starlets.
at the terrible Bikini Beach Epi- (Plot and advertising notwith-
demic of last year. standing, there is little sex in the

STUDENT ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
of Hillel
Presents,
DR.,YEHOSHUA BAR-HILLEL
visiting Professor of Philosophy
from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
speaking on
"RELIGION and STATE in ISRAEL"
SUN. NOV. 21, 1 1:30 A.M., Room 3C Union

WASHBOARD WILLIE

IS BACK.

0 0

Escape Movie
Howard Hawk's "Red Line 7000"
fits into the escape movie category
but, unfortunately, is not a good
one. It is a low-powered, disap-
pointing story of "speed breed"
life on the super stock car racing
circuit. (The title refers to 7000
rpm, the racing tachometer dan-
ger mark.

movie.) The acting is predom-
inantly Edsel, although there is
some Impala in likable James
Caan, who plays a shy, slow-
talking driver that stumbles into
love with Gabrielle, the worldly
ex-mistress of an opponent.
Yet besides Caan and the in-
escapable excitement of the racing
scenes, there is not much to rec-
ommend the film. "7000" is a

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Beginning Mon., Nov. 29, 9:30-1 :30
ENJOY EVERY BLUE MONDAY
WITH WASHBOARD

(Continued from Page 1)
out of power. "We must earn the
support of the voters."
To this end, Ford proposed the
Imperative development of the
two-party system in three areas
of government-federal, state, and
in the courtroom. He suggested
three methods for the Republican
party to increase its strength for
the upcoming 1966 elections.
The first is to run able, articu-
late candidates for all levels of
office. Ford cited the mayoral
triumph of Republican John Lind-
say in New York as due in part to
the dynamic impact of Lindsay's
personality against the "thread-
bare, party-machine candidate"
who ran against him.
Ford underlined the necessity of
the minority party in Congress to
develop its record during the
congressional sessions. He pointed
out that the House Republicans in
the last session had come up with
"constructive alternatives" to ad-
ministration backed bills such as
voting rights and health care of
the aged.
In both cases, Ford claimed, the
bills as presented by the adminv-
tration were limited in application.
The Republicans formulated alter-
native versions which forced the
administration to withdraw its

original proposal and substitute a
stronger one.
"The party out of power must
have solutions of their own," said
Ford, "or they, cannot hope or ex-
pect to be voted back into power.".
In the area of foreign affairs,
Ford urged, "When we feel that
the administration is doing the
right thing, we should not hesitate
to speak up and support them."
Ford said both he and Senator
Everett Dirksen, Senate minority
leader, have been very vocal in
supporting a "firmer stand against
Communism in Southeast Asia."
Congress Hasty
In summing up his appraisal of
the last session of the Congress,
Ford concurred with a statement
by Senator Mike Mansfield, Sen-
ate majority leader, which de-
clared that too many bills were
hastily passed and that there is
need to correct oversights, "loop-
holes, rough edges, and assessment
of current and ultimate costs."
Ford agreed with Mansfield's
statement that there must be less
emphasis next session up on new
legislation and a concentration on
correcting these oversights.
"The next session of Congress
there must involve a regulating of
the inbalance that exists. I'm sure
this will be the case."
Viet Nam Policy
During the question and answer
period following his speech, Ford
developed his stand on the ad-
ministration's Viet Nam policy.
"I believe the current policy of
meeting the challenge is a very
proper one," he said.
However, he suggested that the
war could be better expedited by
(1) the use of more allied troops,
since our allies have an equal
stake'in the area; (2) the employ-
ment of a "Cuba-like quarantine"
on arms shipments to North Viet
Nam in the Gulf of Tonkin; (3)
and the fullest use of air and sea
power to prevent being ".bogged
down in a large scale commitment
on land."

By FRANCES HYNES
The University Art Museum on
State Stree yopened its exhibit of
the Caroline and Erwin Swann
Collection last week, and what a!
whopping exhibit it is. Paintings
range from the delicacy of the
impressionists to the stark realism
of the controversial English paint-1
er, Francis Bacon. The Swann
Collection encompasses a huge
variety of schools and an amazing
scope of interests. The individual
tastes of Mr. and Mrs. Swann are
quite evident, Charles 'Sawyer, di-
rector of the museum, emphasized,
"as opposed to a collection more
anonymously put together."
Still Life
'Rosita," the monumental and
Roualt-like work of the well-
known Italian expressionist Bruno
Cassinari, and can be compared
to an actual Roualt hanging near-
by. Arbit Blatas makes the con-
ventional still life bloom with a
splendid life of its own, and Sir
Jacob Epstein reveals the monu-
mental patience and wisdom of

the famous Indian philosopher
Rabindranath Tagore in a por-
trait head.
Vuillard captures the mood of
his subject in "Roses in a Vase,"
in a water color drawing, Picasso's
style and insight into human per-
sonality come very close to that
of Daumier. There is a haunting
and georgeously colored "Portrait
d'Enfant" by Gauguin here; small,
yet one of his more delightful
works.
Miniature sculptures by Degas,
Moore, and Braque provide fur-
ther interest to the exhibition.
Water Colors
The water colors, of which there
are many, achieve a lighter, less
monumental effect than the oil
paintings. Paul Klee's work is of
course almost always farcically
amusing; one of his works appears
in the collection. The frames are
not modern but have a distinctly
French flavor. The works have
been chosen with the taste of con-
noisseurs; the majority of them
were purchased in Europe.

The speed breed girls have pro- disappointment, but not a ca-
periy sexy mouths and sooted tastrophe. At half the price, it at the Schwaben
eyes; the speed breed boys have would be worth it. At the Ann
properly peroxided hair and big- Arbor price, it isn't. I
baby faces; the speed breed cars
make proper race noises and have '
the proper "410 HP" painted on
the hood. (What happened, in-
cidentally, to the 409 of our
youth?)
But the movie does not succeed
in creating a convincingly desir-
able super world. For one thing, D ; 0 0*O QV C
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NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognised and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB.
* * *
Baha'! Student Group, Fireside, Fri.,
Nov. 19, 8 p.m., 3545 SAB.
*Baptist Student Union, Discussion :
"Universal Love," Fri., Nov. 19, 7:30
p.m., 1131 Church St.
Chess Club, Last round of tourna-
ment, Fri., Nov. 19, 7:30 p.m., Room
3-D, Michigan Union.
Guild House, Friday noon luncheon.
"Students' Newspaper and Students,"
Robert Johnston, editor, Michigan
Daily, Nov. 19, 12-1 p.m.; International
dinner, Nov. 19, 6 p.m., Guild House,
902 Monroe.
Newman.Student Association, Cath-
olic voices Series and community mass
and supper, Fri., Nov. 19: community
mass and supper, 5 p.m., 331 Thomp-
son; Catholic Voices Series, L. Brant
Bozell, "Christianity and Foreign Pol-
cy: The Default of the Churches,"
Aud. A, Angell Hall, at 8 pam.

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