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PAGE TWO

'EME MICHIGAN DAILY

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Across Campus
THURSDAY, MARCH 31 sical Society Chamber Arts Series
9:15 a.m. The Institute for So- will present the Chicago Little
ciaL Research will present ,A dedi- Symphony with Thor Johnson
cation conference address with conducting in Rackham Aud.
David B. Truman, dean of Colum- FRIDAY, APRIL 1
bia College, Columbia University, 8:30 a.m.-The French Histori-
speakingon "Survey Research in cal Studies Conference will hold
Sthe Development of Political registration in the Rackham
Science" in Rackham Amphithea- Building.
ter. 10:30 a.m.-The Undergraduate,
10:45 a.m. - The Institute for Honors Convocation will feature
Social Research will present a Arnold Cantwell Smith, Secretary-
dedication conference address with General of the British Common-
Alan McLean, psychiatric con- wealth, speaking on "The Com-
sultant, I.B.M., speaking on "The monwealth in World Politics" in
Emerging Place of Occupational Hill Aud.
Psychology" in Rackham Amphi- 10:45 a.m.-The Institute for
theater. Social Research will present a
2:15 p.m.-The Mental Health dedication address by Prof. James
Research Institute Seminar will Tobin of the economics depart-
present Leonard B. Meyer, of the ment, Yale University, on "Social
University of Chicago music de- Research and Economic Policy" at
partment, discussing "Understand- the ISR Building.
ing Music" at 1057 MHRI. 3:15' p.m.-Sen. Phillip Hart (D-
4 p.m.-The philosophy depart- Mich), Regent Irene Murphy, and
ment will present Roderick Chis- Prof. Ross Wilhelm of the business
halm, .,from the philosophy de- administration school will speak
partmient, University of Illinois, in Aud. A. on selective service poli-
in a lecture on "The Defeat of cies for a rally sponsored by the
Good and Evil" in Aud. D. student legal defense committee
f and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will on "Dissent and the Draft."
present Two Daughters in the 4:15 p.m. - The Institute for
Architecture Aud. Social Research will present a
8 p.m.-The Institute for Social dedication conference address by
Research will present dedication Fred Fiedler, Professors Depart-
conference address by Prof. James ment of Psychology, University of
S. Colman of the social relations Illinois on "Organizational De-
department, Johns Hopkins Uni- terminants of Leadership Effec-
versity, on "The Social Systems tiveness" in Aud. B.
Theory and Measurement" in 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
Rackham Amphitheater. show Two Daughters in the Arch-
8 p.m.-Dr. George W. Slagle, itecture Aud.
Michigan delegate to the American 8 p.m.-The astronomy depart-
Medical Association House of Dele- ment will present visitor's night
gates, will speak on "Rules and with Richard G. Teske, Depart-
Goals of the AMA." Medical ment of Astronomy, on "The Cos-
Science Building, 5th floor. 'mological Principle" to observe
830 p.m.-The University Mu- Jupiter and the Moon in Aud. D.
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TONIGHT at 7 and 9
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creaoIo the famHI EdTURAU TRUOGY
CleMent's-"FRIDD.IEN GAMES"
MATT HELM
SHOOTS THE G
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FILMS
Ray Depicts Man's
Grace Through Film!

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

By BETSY COHN
In contrast to the mechanically
animated figures with which film-
makers have saturated the screen
the movements of man are per-
formed with natural grace and
beauty. Thankfully, there are
some who are still able to capture
the simplicity of man with skill
and sensitivity.
Satyajit Ray portrays drama,
poetry, and ballet in "Two
Daughters." He uses no gimmicks,
no photo tricks; only human
forms, climate, mud, and the
haunting melodies of Indian music.
The first of the two film epi-
sodes takes place in the small
village of Ulapar. A Postmaster,
his little servant girl, a madman
and four townspeople are the ma-
jor characters: each has an oppo-
sition, loneliness, age, malaria and
loyalty.
The art is expressed through
characters: they each say few
words yet the viewer knows each
person and knows them well; by
their expressions, their motions
and by the continuous camera
focus on their eyes.
The second episode employs'
more plot, action and humor,

Amlya, a young law student, re-
turns from college and must ful-
fill a promise to his mother that
he will marry the girl of her
choice. Mamma choses a mummi-
fied loser (Pooty) and both are
scorned with great disdain by the
dissatisfied Amulya.
Naturally, he falls in love with
the town tom-boy, tree-climbing,
black sheep Puglee. The rest of
the scene is devoted to a wooing-
and - taming - of - the - tree -
shrew routine.
Puglee is finally wed (by force)
but escapes her kind spouse by
climbing from the bedroom cham-
bers on her sacred wedding night,
and spends the evening with
Chokel (her squirrel) on a swing.
This proves too much for the hero
who follows the road to Calcutta.
After family disgrace, days of
fasting, and "mamma's" conniv-
ing; Amulya returns, Puglee stops
swinging and the ending is happy.
"Two Daughters" is not recom-
mended to those who have become
action-packed and hooked on
SHOCK. Its novelty is its simplic-
ity, and its graceful unfolding of
characters. The relief is welcome.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 31
Day Calendar
Institute for Social Research Delica-
tion Conference Address-David B. Tu-
man, dean of Columbia College, Colum-
bia University, "Survey Research in
the Development of Political Science":
Rackham Amphitheatre, 9:15 a.m.
Institute for Social Research Dedica.
tion Conference Address-Alan McLean
psychiatric consultant, IBM, "The
Emerging Place of Occupational Psy-
chology": Rackham Amphitheatre, 10:45
a.m.
Mental Health Research Institute
Seminar--Leonard B. Meyer, Dept. of
Music, University of Chicago, "Under-
standing Music": 1057 MHRI, 2:15 p.m.
Dept. of Philosophy Lecture-Roder-
physectomy on the Digestive System of
ick Chisholm, Dept. of Philosophy, Uni-
versity of Illinois, "The Defeat of

Good and Evil": Aud. D, Angell Hall;
4 p.m.
School of Music and Center for Near
Eastern and North African Studies Lec-
ture-Hormnoz Farhat, "Persian Classi-
cal Music": Lane Hall Aud. 4:15 p.m.
Cinema Guild - "Two Daughters":
Architecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
Institute for Social Research Dedica-
tion Conference Address-James S. Cole-
man, professor, Dept. of Social Rela-
tions, Johns Hopkins University, "The
Social Systems Theory and Measure-
ment": Rackham Amphitheatre, 8 p.m.
University Musical Society Chamber
Arts Series Concert-Chicago Little Sym-
phony, Thor Johnson, conductor: Rack-
ham Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Student Laboratory Theatre No. 12-
The Speech Dept. Student Laboratory
Theatre is presenting as its 12th pro-
(Continued on Page 8)

Today 4:10P.M.
Arena Theatre Frieze Building
A Dramatic Adaptation of
PUSHKIN'S
EUGENE ONIEGIN
Department of Speech
Student Laboratory Theatre
Admission Free

IMMPMNMWS

MI A 0 e14l

.MAtIWH9 Today at 6
New York Film Critics Award

:45 & 9 P.M.

BEST FOREIGN
FILM of the YEAR!'
FEDERICO FELLINI

SHOWS AT 1-3-5-7 & 9
ENDING FRIDAY
AMERICA'S
PLAYBOY HERO!
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presents

AGAIN

Ph. 483-4680
Entrance On CARPENTER ROAD
FREE IN-CAR HEATERS
BOX OFFICE OPEN 6:30

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PART TWO
of the

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TRILOGY

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JIM BRIGNALL
JOHN MILLER

BILL IVEY

with a musical tribute

NOW SHOWING
JAMES MAUREEN
STEWART OHARA
THE RARE
BREED"
TECHMMQWLO
SHOWN AT
7:24 & 11:25
Plus-Shown at 9:25 Only
ca'% Ipsue
GROW C86
"Fthep, Goose
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Now Open Every Nite

VERTGO
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STEWART NOVAK
Saturday & Sunday
7 & 9:05 P.M.
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University Activities Center

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to MUSIC

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Proudly Announces

8:30-7
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Friday

April 2 & 3
ID REQUIRED

50c

the Following Appointments to

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Program Information:
665-6756

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SOPH SHOW '66 CENTRAL COMMITTEE

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University Activities Center

Director
SUE DEMIRSKY

Treasurre
LARRY DEITCH

Announces

PETITIONING

Choreography
LESLIE RAKOFF
MAXINE ROSENBERG
Costumes
ANN -NEMETZ
CONNIE JACOBSON
Make-up
MARTHA SCHLESINGER
JAN SUPOVITZ

Publicity
MARK GERTNER
CAROL ROSENTHAL

Secretary
JANE ROTH
Stage Manager
RAY TAETLE

fusic
ART CHODOROFF
JI oGAINES
Prodmctions.
BOB KANTER
LESLIE FRIEDMAN
Programs
BOB ROSENTHAL
MARTHA KOENIG
Props
BOB DEUT'SCH
CONNIE ZUCKER

for,

GENERAL CO-CHAIRMAN

Tickets
MARTY KITAEFF
LAUREL DAVIDSON

for

WINTER WEEKEND '67

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Petitions available Undergraduate Office, Michigan Union

Yes, Mrs. Calabash,

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ENGINEERING COUNCIL

only one more chance this semester to visit
Jhe Can ter bur Jlouje

presents

TCHNIRAMA

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for our final weekend,

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING OPEN HOUSE

A DOUBLE PRESENTATION

APRIL 2.... 9 A.M.-5 P.M.

PETER GRIFFITH

ED REYNOLDS

EAR MARTIN
as MATT HELM
SI I.lENCEleR

APRIL 3... 1

P.M.-5 P.M.

Composer and
Classical Guitarist

Composer and
Folk Guitarist

AT CENTRAL CAMPUS:



Computing Center
Naval Towing Tank
Departmental Displays
Foundry-Oxygen Steelmaking

plus . . . April Ist only .

The
Slaygirls >
co-starring
.STRLE STE VEN% -DALAH WlAVITOR 000N0~

AT NORTH CAMPUS:
NASA-Space Sciences Building
Phoenix Laboratory

0 Prof. John Styan, of the English Dept., wil lpresent
readings from English Comedy.
e Also, an All Fools Day birthday party for all fools
and a thirty-second film short, "Charlie Brown
Meets the Wolfman"

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