THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THVRSUAY. DECEMBER 2, 1965
PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAiLY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. l9~5
G & S SOCIETY:
Sparkling, Fresh Direction of 'Pirates'
Makes for Smooth-Sailing Performance
Outside the Classroom this Week
By ANNE LIN
The Gilbert & Sullivan Society's.
current production of "The Pirates
of Penzance" is smooth sailing all
the way. Musical director Morton
Achter piloted last night's per-
formance at Lydia Mendelssohn
to a brisk, polished, colorful, and
highly entertaining satire on
Queen Victoria and Guiseppi Ver-
A Gilbert & Sullivan operetta
requires not only singers who act,
but singing actors; and the So-
ciety has both kinds. Nicholas
(Frederic) Batch's clear tenor
voice and Susan Morris' vocal skill
fulfill the former requirement with
a high degree of competence. I
It's good to see Miss Morris,
making her sixth appearance with
the Society, cast in a role which
does her voice justice. She has
sung parts too low for her tessa-
tura range, resulting in inadequate
vocal projection and cracked or
"Pirates," however, abounds in
meaty 'roles for singing actors. All
three parts were performed with
Of special note was Gershom
(Major-General) Moringstar's vo-
cal projection, which, alone of all
the principals, was entirely ade-
quate to the demands of the audi-
Good Singing, Acting
This was not the case
night; her stable, soprano voice John Allen made a perfectly
soared, and, save for too much hiarious Police Sergeant a Ia Key-
breath in her cadenzas, Miss Mor- stone. And what he lacked vocaily
ris' part as Mabel was well sung he made up with impeccable enun-
and well acted. ,ciation. Mike Baad as the Pirate
Kathleen Kimmel's voice is clear King joins the triumvirate of well-
but it lacks projection. Aside from acted roles.
this, she made an excellent Ruth.
This review would not be com-
plete, however, without specialj
mention of costume designer Ann
Correll, and set designer Deena'
Mrs. Correll and her assistants-
-all University coeds-work with
relatively little, financially speak-
ing, but the result is amazing and
, very professional. Most striking
about this production, obviously
a dated piece of Victorian affecta-
tion and politics, is the abstract
simplicity of its sets. Hats off to
Deena Ferrigno for her creativity
' But the show would not have
had its sparkle without the tal-
ents of producer Allan Schreiber,
who clearly knows how to keep a
Gilbert & Sullivan moving.
There are no dull moments,
and entrances and exits are clev-
erly, yet inconspicuously, worked
out. Schreiber has the key to just
the right amount of affectation
yXe and topsy-turvydom, which keeps'
this 19th century satire so appeal-
By DALE GOLD
and VICKI LASSER
Forsythe Gallery, 201 Nickels
Arcade-Artists Group Christmas
Show. (Through Dec. 24. )
Lantern Gallery, Ann Arbor -
Annual Christmas Exhibit and
Sale, "Gifts with Originality,"
priced from $5 to $500; exhibits
of painting and pottery. (Through
Cinema Guild, Architecture and
Design Auditorium - "Odd Man
Out," with James Mason and Rob-
ert Newton. (7 and 9 p.m., Dec.'
2 and 3.)
Luis Bunuels, "The Exterminat-
ing Angel," with "Putting the
Pants on Phillip," Laurel and Har-
dy. (7 and 9 p.m., Dec. 4, 5.)
"Poppy," W. C. Fields, the film
that made him famous. (7 and 9
p.m., Dec. 9 and 10.)
"The Ox-Bow Incident,' 'star-
ring Dana Andrews and Anthony
Quinn. (7 and 9 p.m., Dec. 11, 12.)
"The Cocoanuts," with Marx
Brothers. (7 and 9 p.m., Dec. 16,
Campus Theatre, South Univer-
sity-"Square Root of Zero," (7
and 9 p.m., Dec. 2-8.)
Michigan Theatre - "Pattern
from the Ashes," with Samantha
Eggars and Maximilian Schell.
State Theatre, State St.-"Dr.
Goldfoot and his Bikin Machine."
"That Funny Feeling," with
Sandra Dee and Bobby Darren.
Hill Auditorium-"Messiah," by
Handel played by the Datroit
Symphony Orchestra. (8:30 p.m.,
Dec. 3-4; 2:30 p.m., Dec. 5.)
Hi-Fi Room, Michigan Union-
"Music to Study for Finals By."
(7:30 p.m., Dec. 8.)
Canterbury House, 218 N. Divi-
sion-The Huron River Ramblers
playing Blue Grass. (Dec. 3, 4.)
Informal Relaxing for Finals.
"Dec. 10, 11.)
WUOM-FM, 91.7 mc.
Basketball-U. of M. vs. Bowl-
ing Green. (1:30 p.m., Dec. 4.)
Handel: Messiah-broadcast live
from Hill Auditorium. (2:30 p.m.,
Basketball-U. of M. vs. Ball
State. (8 p.m., Dec. 6.)
Opera Night-Berdi: Macbeth
by the chorus of Vienna State
and Vienna Philharmonic Orch.
(7 p.m., Dec. 8.)
Basketball-U. of M. vs. Wichi-
ta. (9 p.m., Dec. 8.)
layed broadc st of a recent con-
cert commemorating Jean Sibe-
lius. (8:05 p.m., Dec. 10.)
Music of the Masters - Bach:
Concerto in D minor for piano and
orchestra . . . Berlioz: Symphonic
Fantastique. (8 p.m., Dec. 11.)
Basketball - U. of M. vs. San
Francisco. (10:40 p.m., Dec. 11.)
* * *
"Divorce Italian Style," with
Marcello Mastrioianna. (Channel
7, 11:25 p.m., Dec. 4.)
Festival of the Arts - Tomas
Dunn conducts Festival Orches-
tra of N.Y. in a complete perform-
ance of Handel's "Water Music."
(Channel 56, 8 p.m., Dec. 5.)
"The Mills of the Gods," film
report on war in Viet Nam and its
effects on the civilian population.
(Channel 9, 10 p.m., Dec. 5.)
* * *
Ann Arbor Dance Theatre -
Dance Theatre Workshop at Ann
Arbor Public Library. (8 p.m.,
Gilbert and Sullivan Society,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, "The
Pirates of Penzance or the Slave
on Duty." (Dec. 1-4.)
University Players, Trueblood
Auditorium-Henry VI, (Part I
Dec. 2; Part II Dec. 3; Part III.
Dec. 5; all parts, Dec. 4.)
* * *
OUT OF TOWN
Detroit Institute of Arts-"Jack
and the Beanstalk," with the Her-
rik Marionettes. (Dec. 4; 50 c.)
Toledo Museum of Art-Photog-
raphy in the Fine Arts. (Through
Detroit Institute of Arts Audi-
torium-Film as an Art, "Destry
Rides Again," 1939 film with Mar-
lene Dietrich. (8 p.m., Dec. 7.)
Toledo Museum of Art-Paint-
ings by Jean Wetzler and sculpture
by John Zeilman. (Dec. 5-Jan. 2.)
Detroit Institute of Arts-Con-
temporary Japanese Painting in
a collection of 57 paintings by 18
artists. (Through Jan. 16.)
* * *
Henry Ford Museum Theatre,
Greenfield Village-Five Charlie
Chaplin films of the 1914 vintage,
"Making a Living," "The Masquer-
aders," "Getting Acquainted,"
"The Knockout," and "The
Rounders." (2 and 4 p.m., Dec. 5.)
.* * *
Detroit Symphony Orchestra-
Paul Paray conducting with Josef
Serk, violinist, Wagner: Overture
to "Tannhauser" ... Dvorak: Con-
certo in A minor for violin and
orchestra . . . Brahms: Symphony
No. 4 in E minor Op. 98. (Dec.
Paul Paray conducting, Mozart:
Symphony No. 35 in D major
(Haffner) ... Debussy: Two Noc-
turnes, Nuages and Fites . .
Dvorak: Symphony No. 5 in E
minor (New World). (Dec. 9-11.)
Detroit Institute of Arts--Vladi-
mir Ashkenazy, pianist, winner of
the Tchaikovsky Competition in
Moscow, 1962. (8 p.m., Dec. 13;
University of Detroit Theatre
-Jean Giraudoux' "Tiger at the
Gates." (Dec. 3-5.)
Fisher Theatre-"Kismet," with
Alfred Drake and Patricia Morri-
* * *
Note: This week's coverage also
includes the period through finals.
THURFDAY. DECEMBER 2
2:15 p.m. - Manfred Kochen,
mithemritical hiologist at the
Mental Hr'alth R-search Tnstitute
SMTRT . will spYak on "Models
for Tnformation Search Systems,"
in 1057 MHRI.
7 and 9 p.m.-"Odd Man Out,"
prcsented by the Cinema Guild in
thA Architecture Auditorium.
8 p.m. - The Department of
Speech University Players will give
their performance of "Henry VI
Part I": at Trueblood Auditorium.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
Collegium Musicum Concert, di-
rected by Robert Austin Warner
and Michael Robbins (dramatic
director), will present a concert
at St. Andrews Episcopal Church.
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plays will take place in Rm. 2528 and
will be moderated by Al Katz.
Lecture: E. A. R. Jones, honorable
secretary for the teaching of English,
Great Britain, and head of the Dept.
of English at Ashmead School, will
speak on "Current Developments in the
Teaching of English in Britain," at
4:10 p.m., in Aud. A, Angell Hall on
Thurs., Dec. 2.
Special Lecture: Dr. Earl L. Murtter-
ties, associate director of basic sciences,
E. 1. DuPont de Nemours (o., will speak
on "Chemical and Structural Consid-
erations in Complexes of High Coordi-
nation Number," on Thurs., Dec. 2, at
8 p.m. in Rm. 1300 of the Chemistry
Student Accounts: Your attention is
called to the following rules pass.ed l y
the Regents at their meeting on Feb.
28, 1936: Students shall pay all accounts
due the University not later than the
last day of classes of each semester
or summer session. Student loans which
are not paid or renewed or subject to
this regulation; however, student loans
not yet due are exempt. Any unpaid
accounts at the close of business on
the last day of classes will be reported
.to the Cashier of the University and
a) All academic credits will be with-
held, the grades for the semester or
summer session just completed will not
be released, and no transcript of credits
will be issued.
b) All students owing such accounts
will not be allowed to register in any
ssubsequent semester or summer ses-r
sion until payment has been made. I
Academic Costume: Can be rented atf
Moe Sport Shop, 711 N. University Ave.2
Orders for Midyear Graduation Exer-
cises should be placed immediately.
Psychology Colloquium: Dr. Davidr
McNeill will speak on "The 'Tip of the1
Tongue' Phenomenon," Dec. 3. 4:15 p.m.,I
Aud. B, Angell Hall,
Scoring Service for Faculty Examina-
tions: Instructors who wish to have
their multiple-choice course examina-
tions scored by the Evaluation and'
Examinations Division may obtain the
special answer sheets which are needed
in Rmn. 122 Rackham Bldg. The divi- «
sion's new, fast te't scoring machine
(an optical scanner) makes it possi-
ble to supply faculty members with
test scores for all students within min-
utes (i.e.. an instructor can usually
have the answer sheets for his class!
record while he waits). A machine-
scorable examination can save vale-
able time for a faculty member and
his teaching assistants. Machine-scor-E
ing, however, is not economical of
time or money when fewer than about
35 anssver sheets are involved. Instruc-
tors who plan to have a large num-t
ber of examination parers scored (i.e.,
more than 350) at one time shouldI
phone the division's secretary, Miss!
Johnston, a day or two before thet
related work. Age 30-45. Preferably a
member of Michigan Bar. To head
up the Legal Dept. and be responsible
for interpretation and handling of sub-
rogation and related claim details.
Bailey Films, Inc., Hollywood, Calif.
-Salesman to cover Michigan, Indiana
and Ohio. Consultation and service.
rather than typical sales. Person should
have some educational orientation,
probably teaching exper.
Maurice F. Blouin, Inc., Rollinsford,
N.H.-Director of Design and an As-
sistant Director. Fair amount of arch-
itectural and interior design back-
ground in addition to basic trng. In
ind~ustrial design. Age 22-27. To be lo-
cated in new New York Cty office.
Detroit Public Schols, Detroit, Mich.
-Manager Trainee-Foou Service Dept.
Ten months position. BS with major
in Institutional Mgrt., Restaurant!
Mgmt., or related fields, Exper. as
cafeteria manager, school lunch man-
ager ,or hospital dietitian.
Boys' Clubs of America, New York,
N.Y.-Opportunities for young gradu-j
ates with interest in aptitude for
working with boys. A rapidly growingk
organization servicing more than 660
Boys' Clubs across the nation. Consid-
erable opportunity for advancement.
Crowley's Milk Company, Bingham-
ton, N.Y.-Personnel Assistant. Exper.
or trng. In journ. helpful in commu-
nications and employe services areas.
Possibility of becoming personnel Man-
For fth info tio l l
'or 4ur. erin norma lon, please can
For additional information on the 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-I
entire test service phone 4-3497. pointments, 3200 SAB.
Student Government Council Approval TEACHER PLACEMENT:N'E
of the following student-sponsored Announcement: Forrest Cumming, di- NOT IC ES
events becomes effective 24 hours after rector of admissions, McCormick Theo-
the publication of this notice. All logical Seminary in Chicago, Ill., will I- -
publicity for these events must be be at the Presbyterian Student Cen-
ter to talk to students interested in USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
withheld until the approval has be studying and/or teaching in church re- NOUNCEMENTS is available to officiaily
jeffective.lated colleges. recognized and registered student orga-
Approval request forms for student * * * nizations only. Forms are availabe in
sponsored events are available in Room Fradtoa nomtocnati° 01SB
S1011 of the SAB. * " "For additional information, contact sonm101 SAB
the Bureau of Appointments, Education
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Ruth Alden Division, 764-7462, 3200 SAB. Baha'i Student Group, Fireside. All
Dress Drive, Dec. 1, Fishbowl, 9-5 p.m. welcome, Fri., Dec. 3, 8 p.m., Room 3545
1209 South University 663-7151
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TOPKNOT and BRAID -
Cameo Fashions by David and David
From campus to date in a twinkling, beautifully coiffed forI
f the evening! Just pin on a braid or topknot from our wiglet '
collection for instant glamour. Deceptively lifelike, they're
made of soft dyne( modacrylic in colors ranlging from ash
blonde to black.
Michigan Millers Mutual Insurance
Co., Lansing, Mich.-Attorney with 5
yrs. exper. in claims investigation or
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
Boyne Mountain Lodge, Moyne, Mich.
and Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs,
Mich.-If you are going to be looking
for a job the second semester both of
these places want waitresses, bus boys
and ski patrol jobs and retailing in the
Ski Shop. Come to 212 SAB, Summer
ly C I a.sif tc F
CAMPUS MAST'S SHOP
619 E. Liberty NO 2-0266
Cercle Francais, Baratin and Christ-
mas play, Dec. 2, 3 p.m., 3050 Frieze
U. of M. Chess Club, Meeting: Last
meeting of year, Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m., Room
Circle Society, Meeting: Election of
officers, Thurs., Dec. 2, 7 p.m., Cave
of the League.
* * *
Christian Science Organization, Thurs-
day evening testimony meetings, every
Thursday, 7:30 p.m., 3545 SAB.
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
with instruction, every Friday except
holidays, 8-11 p.m., Barbour Gym.
U. of M. Seventh-Day Adventist, stu-
dent association discussion group, Dec.
4, 3 p.m., UGLI-Multipurpose Room.
Sakae Kubo, associate professor of New
Testament, from Andrews University,
will speak to the Seventh-Day Ad-
ventist Student Association. Subject:
"How Should We Think of Inspira-
Fri., Dec. 3, Noon Lunch
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Mr. Young spent extensive time in Selma during Sprin
and Summer, 1965, working closely with the staffo
Southern Christian Leadership Conference. He has lecture
extensively and lead many workshops on non-violencei
Currently Mr. Young is traveling to colleges and universiti
as National Director of College Word of the Fellowshipo
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Baptist Student Union, Discussion:
"~What Is the Motive of Righteousness?"
Fri., Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m., 1311 Church St.
"* *" o
Guild House, Friday noon luncheon,
Ronald Young, national secretary, Fel-
lowship of Reconciliation: "Non-Viol-
ence, Conscientious Objection," Dec. 3,
12-1 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe.
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3. "Rejoice in the Lamb" by Benjamin Britten
4. "Spanish Carols." anonymous