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,ruE 311CIlIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1966

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Outside the Classroom this Week

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By VICKI LASSAR Ursula Andress. (7 and 9 p.m., sky: Nutcracker Suite, Minnea- Larrocha, pianist . . . Busoni: and Sun., Jan. 13-16, and Jan.
and DALE GOLD Jan. 13-14.) polis Symphony; Antal Dorati, Tanzwalzer . Rachmaninoff: 18-19.
"The Bicycle Thief," by De Sica conductor. (2:30 p.m.. Jan. 13.) Symphonic Dances. (2 p.m., Jan. *
IN TOWNOUOFTW
NTWNwith Rossellini's "The Chicken," Uyiversity of Michigan Sym- 16. OUT OF TOWN
Art starring Ingrid Bergman. (7 and phony Band-Live broadcast di- Afternoon Musicale-Shostako- Art
Museum of Art, State St. - 9 p.m., Jan. 15-16.) rect from Hill Auditorium featur- vich: Memorable Year. 1919, State Detroit Institute of Arts-Art
"Reflections: The Image of Man." Campus Theatre, South Univer- ing Saint-Saens: March, Fran- Radio Irchestra of the USSR; Treasures from Japan and Con-
(Through Jan. 16.) sity-"The Tenth Victim," star- cais Militaire . . . Wagner: Lie- Alexander Gauk, conductor . . temporary Japanese Painting.
Lantern Gallery, 417 Detroit St. ring Marcello Mastroianni and bestod from Tristan . . . Von Stravinsky: Song of the Night- (Through Jan. 16.)
Ann Arbor-A group called the Ursula Andress. (7 and 9 p.m., Weber: Concertina, David Berger. ingale, L'Orchestra de la Suisse Ancient World: Greece-The
Hylogoists are featured, whose ex- Jan. 13-19.) Clarinetist . . . Rossini: Theme ;Romande; Ernest Ansermet. con- monumental history of Greece
perimental drawings paints and Michigan Theatre, East Liberty and Variations, David Berger, ductor . . . Rachmaninoff: Con- seen through its art. 8 p.m.. Jan.
sculpture, many with new plastic -"Those Magnificent Men in Clarinetist . . . Giannini: Sym- certo in C minor for Piano and 18.1
media, will be on display. There Their Flying Machines." (1:45, 4, phony No. 3 . . . Bizet: Flower Orchestra, New York Philhar- * *
will be an opportunity to meet the 6:30, 9:15, through Jan. 19.) Song from Carmen ... Ginastera: monic; Philippe Entrement. pian- Music
artists from 2-5:30 p.m., Jan 16. State .theatre, State St. -- Danza Final. (8:30 p.m., Jan. 13.) ist; Leonard Bernstein, conductor. Detroit Institute of Arts, Audi-
(Weekdays 11-4; Saturdays 9-2, "Thunderball," starring Sean Con- University of Michigan Orches- (2:30 p.m., Jan. 18.) torium-Juilliard String Quartet.
through Jan. 19.) nery. (1:30, 4, 6:30, 9, through tra-Another live broadcast from ( 8:30 p.m., Jan. 14.)
Ann Arbor Federal Savings and IJan. 19.) Hill Auditorium featuring De- Speakers
Loan--A lecture-demonstration by x* *bussy: Afternoon of a Faun ... UGLI Multipurpose Room - Theatre
Russell Woody on "Painting witn BDance Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 . f . Prof. Shaw Livermore of the his- Quirk Theatre, Ypsilanti-East
13.) Barbour Gym, Dance Studio- Brahms: Symphony No. 1 (8:30 tory department speaks in con- ern Michigan University Players
Modern Dance Concert. (8 p.m., p.m., Jan. 14.) junction with the Last Chance present Friedrich Duerrenmatt's

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Jan. 18.)

Cinema
Cinema Guild, Architecture andi
Design Auditorium-"My Name is
Ivan," by Tarkovsky, winner of
Venice Film Festival, with Hub-
ley's "Moonbird." (7 and 9 p.m.,
Jan. 13-14.)
"The Bicycle Thief," by De Sica
with Rossellini's "The Chicken,"
starring Ingrid Bergman. (7 and
9 p.m., Jan. 15-16.)
Campus Theatre, South Univer-
sity-"The Tenth Victim," star-
ring Marcello Mastroianni andi

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Music of the Masters-A Col- Lecture Series. 14:15 p.m., Jan.
cent from the 70th season of 13.)

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Music Henry Wood Promenade Concerts Rackham Auditorium -Robert
Hill Auditorium-University of with the BBC Symphony Orches- !Lowell will read from his new
Michigan Symphony Band Con- tra conducted by Sir Malcolm translation of Oresteia of Aeschy-
cert with W. B. Revelli conduct- Sargent featuring Debussy: Pre- lus. (8 p.m., Jan. 17.)
ing. (8:30 p.m., Jan. 13.) lude a L' apres-midi d'une faune - _
University of Michigan Sym- . . . Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 Theatre
phony Orchestra, J. Blatt con- in F minor. (8:05 p.m., .Jan. 15.) Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
ducting.. (8:30 p.m., Jan. 14.) New York Philharmonic-Wil- Women's League-The Prof ession-
*K * * iiam Steinberg conducts Schu- al Theater Program presents the

shocking mixture of violence
"The Physicists." (8 p.m., Jan. 13
comedy and profound insight
16, $1.50 admission)
Wayne State's Hilberry Classi
Theatre-Oliver Goldsmith's "Sh
Stoops to Conquer," (8:30 p.m
Jan. 13. 14, 15.)
Shakespeare's "The Tempest.
(2:30 p.m., Jan. 15.)
Shakespeare's "All's Well Tha
Ends Weli." (2:30 and 8:30, Jan
19.)
Fisher Theatre, 2nd and W
Grand Blvd.-Eartha Kitt an
Russell Nype in "The Owl and th
Pussycat." (Jan. 17-31.)

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Radio bert: Symphony No. 5 in B-flat American Conservatory Theater in
WUOM FM 91.7 me Major . . . Mozart: Piano Con- Edward Albee's "Tiny Alice." (8
Afternoon Musicale-Tchaikov- certo in A major, K. 488, Alicia de p.m. nightly, 2:30 and 8 p.m. Sat

TRANSIT STRIKE:
New Yorkers Face Unusual Situations

By The Associated Press elects to stay, a Hilton spokes- Until the strike, police frown-
NEW YORK-The city.s transit man said. ed on hitchhiking. Now, even the;
strike has bred unique situations. The spokesman said the con- city's police commissioner has told
Frinstanced hote tatiry Sventioneers were accommodated, of picking up pedestrians.
For instance: hotels that try to but "walk-ins" seeking rooms had An attractive hospital reception-
get guests to move out, pedes- to be shunted to other hotels- ist said she was scared stiff when
trians who move faster than cars even the smallest are jammed. she gave a car ride to an elderly4
and pigeons with people prob- The Hilton has been squeezed gentleman. She asked him to sit
lems even more, the spokesman said, by in the back seat, thinking she
The city's transient hotels nor- having to provide rooms for sev- would be mugged any minute.
mally get most of their business eral hundred of its own help.
from out-of-towners. But the past With more pedestrians using,~
11 days of the strike have seen sidewalks and the streets loaded
many local firms taking suites of with private cars and cabs, the
rooms in Manhattan for their em- ubiquitous pigeon is finding it I
ployes to make sure they get to difficult to find a resting spot
work. where he won't be disturbed for _I'2F1)
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When he left and tried to give her
a dollar for her trouble, she said
she burst into laughter.
Later, the receptionist said. she
was asked for a ride by a young
man, quite handsome, who chang-
ed his mind upon learning she
was driving only a few more
blocks. Her delayed reaction to
,that: "Darn it!"

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The hotels are now finding long.
themselves caught in a squeeze After all these years, the tables
play, with New Yorkers compet- have been turned.
ing with out-of-towners for rooms. Many pedestrians in Midtown
Tenacious Tenants . Manhattan at the height of the
But they're not giving up their homeward rush find they make
rooms that easily. better time over the major north-
"You can tell your convention south thoroughfares than do cars.
people to go sleep in Bryant Park, Request Rides
'cause I'm not moving," one Hil- It's not unusual to see New!
ton guest said. Yorkers approaching cars, caught
"Of course, there's nothing weiat a standstill in traffic, and ask-
can do about It" if a paying guest ing for a ride.
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