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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1966

PAGE TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY MARflH 2~ 1~IR~

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MUSIC
Vienna Octet Shows

Sororities Announce Lists of Winter Term Pledges

A

REiiFFonKHAE I

ALPHA CHI OMEGA: Barbara Jean
Asman, '69; Susan Torrey Barber, '69;
Patricia Floy Beach, '69; Bonnie Lu
Black, '69; Patricia Dale Boyland, '69;
Cathy Ruth B rown, '69; Karen Cousino,
'69; Brenda Ebersole, '69; Beverly Gou-
dreau, '69; Mary Lu Houston, '69; Su-
fh I th Vn h san Elizabeth Johnson, '69; Judithl

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ny 1 EAI'. >nAVjXI'mAc, 6nr3ug. in 1L. aeZv ina grJuJme Kay Johnston, '69; J
first violinist, cellist, and clarinet- Sage, '69; Louise Ade
Program ist made an especially pleasing Linda Marie Langsta
Mozart .- . Divertimento in F impression by virtue of their warm Elroy, '69; Linda Kay
T s y u te mlyn Ann Salvette, '69;
in -.tones and sensitivity to subtle gath, '69; Maryann
&ralJus ..:.-Clarinet Quintet nuance in their parts. werp, '69; Katherine Ar
Beetiove,.: Septet in E-flat The Beethoven and Mozart ALPHA DELTA PI:I
works are fun music, both being op Bellars, '69; Linda
Q, . 20 .written when their respective con- Mary Patricia Decker,
Felton, '69, Jeanne L
Last evening .in Rackham Aud., posers were absorbed in the ac- '69; Karen Lee Hansen
the \iienna.Octet'showed that 'fine tivitles of youth. In contrast, the Hartka, '69; Diana
performances result from accur- Brahms Quintet, conceived in the '69; Nancy Jane Pa
"utun"ofit o'liFrances Phinisey, 69;
ate intonation, precise ensemble, "auumn s creator's i fe, re- Powders, '69; Jean Lo
musical understanding, and the flects a mellow retrospectiveness berta Jane Straley,
unselfish attitude of revering the of satisfaction and content. Vollmer, '69.
meaning in 'themusic above any In the Quintet, more than in ALPHA EPSILON P
opportunities to place the perform- the other works, the performers Caplan, '69; CarolS
'er in the forefront of attention. must decide whether the single Connie Lee Diamond,
foreron ofFine, '69; Susan Gib
They made the music, not the non-string instrument will be Ann Gans, '69; Bon
Octet rtembe's,' the main concern. treated as a concerted instrument, '69; Nancy Joe Gollu
The string players-two violins, set in contrast to the others, or Lee Greenwald, '9;
'69; NancyE Ellen Le
viol%, cello, : and double bass - as a functioning member of the Louise Nack, '69;. Beri
rather , than using sharp - at- ensemble; the Vienna Octet chose '69; Jane Eve Roth,
tadis ,which give sudden and ac- to include the clarinet in the fab- Shushan, '69; Bettys
cented productions of tone, slid ric of the whole. Their approach LauriSusan tark, Wi
into the notes with a bow-on-the- proved successful, demonstrating stance Zucker, '69.
string technique. The result was the blending qualities of tha.. wind ALPHA GAMMA DE
a delicate, but firm sound which instrument and the subtle color beth Benshop, '69; SI'
pleased the ear and flattered the variety it can lend to a: string p, '69; Deborah Ar
mrlusic -. . quartet.. Anne Skinner Haake,
In3 a -chaei' er semble,- where Their encore came from another San a K y JohnsonJ
each member functions somewhat delightful work-Franz Schubert's dale, '69; Elaine Sharo
as' a soloist a player's real worth Octet, for two violins, viola, cel- gia Morgan, '69; Jani
(fr' lack thereof) can show o, bass, clarinet, French horn, and azuku asa Joan Re
-bassoon. This third movement, Selby, '69; Pauline
Sperhaps written with tongue in Ann Kathryn Snyder,
Thacker, 69; Mary H
cheek, rarely fails to elicit a Charleen Ann Zimmer,
chuckle from the um-pah-pah bass
and grotesque-sounding clarinet ALPHA KAPPA AL
melody which is found in its outer ice Bailey, '69; Asenat
Ca pUs strica Ann Bess, '68;C
ections. '69; Claudia Celestine
In sum, the Vienna Octet mem- gia Roberta Walden, '6
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. bers are not only instrumentalists; ALPHA OMICRONP
1,.--Q: P. Eodge, Medical they, are musicians. Abbott, '69; Karen A
Illustration,: will talk on "Path-
ology in1 .Art" -in Rm. 2501 East
Medical:Bldg. .Shown at 1 :00
3;30 pin.--A Cooley Lecture Dis- 5:00-7:00 and
cussion will be given by William
L. Cary and panel in Rm. 100 LADIES' DAY TODAY-50c TILL 6 P.M.
Hutchin Hall.
THURSDAY, MARCH 3
8:30 a.m.Registration for Ar- d.. ecdms r I
son Control Seminar-in the Rak- doggone disaster
hami Bldg.5 4p LT DISNEYS
FRIDAY, MARCH 4
8:30 a m.-"The Managemnnt of
Engineers and Scientists" will be$
the title of "a'Bureau of Indus-
trial Relations Seminar in the Un- Te
ion.
8;3Q a,m.-The Bureau, of In-
dwutxhal Relations Senminar on TECHNIC-OLY,
"The ManBgement of Engineers
aud scientist'"'iithe Union.
9 am.-Arson Control Seminar
in the.ackham Bdg.
Architecture & Design Auditorium
Screenings at 7:00 and 9:00 P.M.
tednesday, Thursdy Qnd Friday
Each program is different
Daily SATURDAY:
C. .i d IN PERSON
Clssf fedSUP-TIGHT with
-- ANDY WARHOL.
AND THE VELVET
UNDERGROUND
I ,f LMFILMS by Andy Wrhol
VINYL with Gerard Malanga
W ILL iu ,LUPE with Edie Sedgwick
Rock 'n Roll by the Velvet
Underground
And many others M F
EKE Happenings scheduled at
7:00 and 9:00
You have never seen a motion SUNDAY:'
picture that so boldly explores the Announcement and replays of
compulsions of sexual hunger... Award-Winning Films and
a story told with slashing xFilm Highlights
honesty and realism. Screenings at 7:00, 9:00 & 11:00
Single Admission 75c
Advanced ticket sale Wednesday '
m' A&D Lobby-Noon ~
POLICY FOR THIS SHOW
SHOWS AT
1, 3, 5, 7 and 9:05 P.M.
WEEK DAY MATINEES $1.00
EVES. & SUNDAY $1.25
"Guaranteed to knock the rose-
colored glasses offyour eyes.

Full of shocks and surprises."
-LOS ANGELES HERALD-EXAMINER
"EXPERT MOVIEMAKING.
INCLINES US TO SHOUT
f HALLELUJAH."
S -CHICA GO SUN-TIMES
"Martin Ritt brings alive
the most remarkable
spy thriller. ;The Spy'
is a window on a world.
YoU never knew."
- BOSTON RECORD -AMER/CAN
Performances, especially
Burton's are excellent.
Burton demonstrates what
a marvelously gifted
actor he Is. -HOUSTON CHRONICLE
"i****I HIGHEST RATING!"
--NEW YORK NEWS -
starring Robert How ay e
Angela Gann . Carol Pastmnsky Stands alone!A tense

udith Diane La
le Lambert, '69;
ff, '69; Jill Mc-
Moran, '69 Mari-
Marcia Lee Ste-
Thereas Vander-
nne Wilson, '69.
Katharine Bish-
Ann Berry, '69;
'69; Patricia Kay
outse Forsthoffer,
. '69; Janet Ruth
Teresa Maskeny,
tton, '69; Sally
Jeannine Marie
is Scott, '69; Ro-
'69; Sue Allyn
HI: Helen Beryl!
Sue Cohen, '69;
'69; Amy EllenE
ert, '69; Barbara
inie Jean Gollub.
sch, '69; Judith
Barlene Klein,
land, '69; Kathe
nthia Rosenberg,
'69; Ronnie Jean
ue Simons, '69;
9; Holly Weiner,
nstein, '69; Con-
LTA:-Susan Eiza-
laron Ruthe Cap-
nn Dowson, '69;
69; Cynthia Lynn
an Houston, '69;
'69; Ann Martin-
'n Misa, '69; Geor-
ce Lynn Parsons,
:urn, '69; Janice
9;Margaret Ruth
Ann Severn, '69;
'69; Valerie Lynn
.elen Wood, '69;
,'69.

Merry Carol Berglund, '67; Mary Jane
Connell, '69; Cheryl Sue Dominy, '69;
Carol Sue Ivory, '69; Patricia Ann
Johnston, '69; Laurel Lee Jones, '69;
Christine Elizabeth Kosimaki, '69; Judy
Ann Longpre, 69; Karyn Juanita Nich-
olson, '69; Ann Lee Peterman, '69; Susan
Elizabeth Schoen, '69; .Pamela Ann
Smith, '69.
ALPHA PHI: Susan Margaret Brack-
ett, '69; Mary Jeane Groenvelt, '69;
Donna Rae Hawald, '69; Christine Elyse
Hutton, '69; Ellin Ford Jones, '69; Col-
leen Sue McLean, '69; Elaine Char-
lotte Pearson, '69; Marilyn Ruth Pfeif-
fer, '69; Janet Kay Reece, '69; Janie E.
Schaerges, '69; Janelle Beth Severy,
'69; Jean Marie Spencer, '69; Erica
Irene Swanson, '69; Mary Kimball
Vaughan, '69.
ALPHA XI DELTA: Judith Ann Bair,
'70; Kathie Alane Davis, '69; Elizabeth
Leland Downs, '69; Pamela Jean Embs,
'69: Maryanne Erickson, '69; Patricia
Ellen French, '69; Sarah Elizabeth
Gillette, '69; Winnie Jean Hamilton,
'69; Shirley Lorraine Hawkins, '69;
1 Rosemary B. Kent, '69; Cheryl Jean
Kline, '69; Kathryn Marie Lovas, '69;
Anne Marie Morton, '69; Janet Lee
Near, '69; Georgia Nelson, '69; Julie
Hartley Nutting, '69; Joan Cecelia Price,
'69; Linda June Shaffer, '69; Margaret-
ann Smothers, '69; Gretchen Ann
Strandhagen, '69; Karen Mari Wagner,
'69; Ruth Annette Williamson, '69; Jan-
ice Wolf, '69; Susan Margaret Wolfe,
'69.
CHI OMEGA: Beverly Bencks, '69;
Susan Kay Betz, '70; Anne Christine
Filson, '69; Nancy Ann Fogoros, '69;
Kathleen Ann Gallagher, '69; Marilyn
Gillette, '69; Mary Edythe Hath, '69;
Susan Mary Heuer, '69; Jocil Janas,
'69; Ursula Annemarie Koch,' '69; Fran-
ces Kay Korbelak, '69; Linda Joan Meek,
'69; Edith Elaine Nelson, '69; Elizabeth
Barlow Runyon, '69; Lori Marie Shin-
gleton, '69; Eileen Mary Sink, '68; Car-
ol Lynn Sisson, '69; Janet Marie Staf-
ford, '69; Katherine Irene Webb, '69.
a-

COLLEGIATE SOROSIS: Anne Debor-
ah Fuchs, '69; Amy Helaine Glasser,
'69; Kay Emons Heideman, '69; Mariann
Ingwersen, '69; Marsha Louise Kaiser.
'69; Carol Jane Metes, '69; Linda Lo-
gan Moeller, '69; Patricia Joen O'Dono-
hue, '69; Linda Claudia Saviano, '69;
Katrina Maria Shannon, '69; Susan
Roberta Shirock, '69; Frances Carney
Stair, '69.
DELTA DELTA DELTA: Susan Gail
Anspach, '69; Elaine Marie Berglund.
'69; Kristin Elizabeth Boersma, '69; Cin-
dy Donahey, '69; Barbara Ann Elliott.
'69; Cynthia Barclay Flott, '69; L.
Jeanine Hibler, '69; Linda Manson Hoyt,
'69; Elizabeth Anne Huizinga, '69; San-'
dra Sue James, '69; Barbara Ann Jo-.
seph, '69; Kathleen Ann Kelly, '69;
Linda Jane Kress, '69; Carol Anne Max-
well, '69; Maureen Cecilia McGowan,
'69; Katherine Evelyn Metz, '69; Mary
Jo Meyers, '69; Janet Sue Miller, '69;j
Cynthia Jane Nelson, '69; Susan Isabel
Saudek, '69; Linda Olna Seaman, '69;
Cynthia Jardan Sheperd, '69; Karen Te-
resa Shough, '69; Sherry Susan Sum-
mers, '69; Kendra Carolyn Van Hamm,
'69; Krista Frances Van Hamm, '69;
Jane Margaret Waterson, '69; Linda
Carol Youmans, '69.

-Bame, '69; Sue Ann Bernstein, '69; '69; Randall Bleakney Boyd, '69; Katie Kathy Miriam Edelman, '69; Jan Lor-
Cheryl Cecile Cornell, '69; Joanne Elyse L. Burgum, '69; Debbie Beth Christen- raine Griffin, '69; Ann Griffith, '69;
Dresner, '69: Sherry Helene Erman, '69; son, '69; Mary Susan Cooper, '69; Mar- Patricia Jean Harmon, '69; Katherine
Peggy Ellen Galinger, '69; Rosemary tha Leslie Cross, '69; Laurel Ann Da- Louise Hiett. '69; Karen Int-Houtr '69;
Gerber, '69; Lynn Natalie Goldsmith, vidson, '69; Christine Rebecca Dodrill. Ann Louise Kuechenmeister. '69; Bon-
'69; Carol Lee Goodfriend, '69; Susan '69; Kay Marie Edmunds, '69: Cheryl nie May Lantz, '69; Catherine Eliza-
Teri Goss, '69; Barbara Jo Novick, Anne Engle, '69; Karen Marie Evenden, beth Mackin, '69: Marjorie Ann McLar-
'69; Ann Margaret Reifman, '69; Carol '69; Adrienne Carol Gault, '69; Jean ty, '69; Mary Frances O'Dell, '69; Laura
Joan Rosenthal, '69; Rebecca Rovin, Allison Hammond, '69; Loralyn Helms Jean Popp, '69; Beverly Elizabeth Smith,
'69; Martha Jill Schlesinger, '69; Sandra '69; Linda Marie Heuman, '69; Kath- '69; Mary Louise Snyder, '69; Sharla
Jane Sucher, '69. leen Mary Kennedy, '69; Carol Lea Kin- Lynn Wilson, '69.
derman, '69; Joanne Gwyn Koske. '69:
DELTA SIGMA THETA: Joyce Lynn Kristen Grace Leanderson. '69; Betty PHI SIGMA SIGMA: Judy Ellen Ax-
Cain, '69; Carol Ann Goings, '69; Shar- Sue Liggett, '69; Leslie Anne Mahler elrod, '68; Deanne Sue 'Baker, '69; Merle
on Wray Robinson, '70. '69; Gail Mary Monroe, '69; Sandra Lee Joan Feinberg, '70;. ',Diane Rochelle
Morter, '69; Patricia Joan Reese, '69; Friedman, '69: Barbarh Lynn Haas, '69:
GAMMA PHI BETA: Lucy Becker, '69; Mary Elinor Russell, '69; Nancy Louise Phyllis Laura Hendelman, '69: Helaine
Margaret Ann Black, '69; Patricia Keller Seabold, '69. Susan Hurwitz, '69;- Lynne Susan Ja-
Clark, '69; Kathleen Jeanne Deming, cobs, '69; Claire Nan 'Konikow, '69;
'69; Susan Kay Deromedi, '69; Marsha KAPPA DELTA: Anne Kathryn Brue- Lynn Landesman, '69; Marlene Frances
Ann Fruin, '69; Mary Frances Gret- digam, '68: Annabelle Grimm, '68; Jan- Lederer, '69; Maris Carole Monitz, '69:
zinger, '68; Ellen Mary Heyboer, '69; et Lynne Mieske, '69; Charlotte Virgin- Nancy Bertha Schil4, '69; Linda Bev-
Carol Lynne Homan, '69; Donna Jo Ann is Neagle, '68; Barbara Ann Rochford erly Schlarnowitz, '69; Kay A. Schwarz-
Kasten, '69; Irene Margaret Kent, '69; '68; Mary Blanche Roudebush, '69; Pa- berg, '70; Betty Lynn Zeligs, '69; Sima
Mary Louise Lampert, '69; Julianne tricia Lynn Rowe, '69; Susan Mary Rae Juliar, '69.
Molly Maienknecht, '69; Margaret Eliz- Shafer, '69; Nancy Ann Wyble, '68. 1yBETA PHI 'Madeline
abeth McCormick, '69; Patricia Anne Louise
Moran, '69; Susan Kay Nixon, '69; Bar- KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA: Bonny Ellen Brandt, '69; Eileen Carol .Burke, '69;
har. Tan lliar r1Q 71Hi+, Vld,, t~a- 'R. Af-, A, a~r;. &A.. CrolLepCann 'oQ.RiLei Ci"

t

ara ean ve, '69; Judith Ellen
Richards, '69.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA: Cynthia Mar-
ene Banger, '69; Cathryn Lynn Bohm,

Barnes, '69; Mary Ann Busse,169; Can- % iLe vna -oil; Susan Elaine
stance Corson, '69; Barbara Jean Cris- Chorkay, '69; Sharon'b Kay. Corombos,
pell, '69; Susan Crossman, '69; Caro- '69; Alexandria Kay Dabovich, '869; Cyn-
lyn Sue Dameron, '69; Nancy Ann Dil- thia Clare Demps, '69; Laurel Ann El-
linger, '69; Donna Beth Duletsky, '69; (Continued on 'Page 8)
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"THE SPY THRILLER
TO END ALL
SPY THRILLERS!"
-LIFE MAGAZINE
"MASTERFULII GUARANTEE
YOU WILL BE GRIPPED BY
BURTON'S ACTING AND
RITT'S DIRECTION 1"
-SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER
"It's great to see a spy movie
as realistic and believable!"
-NEW YORK TIMES
"A film without a flawl"
-LONDON DAILY SKETCH
"Get out of the cold and
see it. It's brilliant!"
-LONDON SUN
"IN EVERY RESPECT
ADMIRABLE. BURTON IN A
MASTERLY PORTRAIT."
- THE NEW YORKER MAGAZINE
"'The Spy Who Came In From
the Cold' crackles excitingly
with suspense. Goosepimples!
Chilling!" -MIAMI HERALD

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