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mediately at close of school. JwUniversity after spring break were
One Male Student Needed-AssistantJerusalem164-66, will speak on
editorial work in Europe an dIsrael "Keeping the Truce in the Middle among the seven Michigan resi-
for summer, travel expenses paid. East" at Lane Hall Auditorium, dents who died in Sunday night's
Univ. of Pacific, Stockton, Calif. - 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.-The Ann crash of a Lake Central Airlines
Mental Health Summer Work-Study
program, ary upperclassman, applica- Arbor Film Festival will be held plane near Marseilles, Ohio.
tions close March 31. in the Architecture Aud. The students were: Miss Cheri
Washtenaw County Citizens' Commit- 8:30 p.m.-The School of Music'Lynn O'Brien, '70 (A&D): Miss
tee for Econ. Oppor.-Seeking director Martha Muenzer '70; and Michael
for Head Start Program. Contact of- willpresent a concert by the Um- tne ahe
fice at 515 Catherine St. versity Woodwind Quintet at Melton, '69. Investigators for the
Glacier National Park, Mont.-Appli- Rackham Lecture Hall. Civil Aeronautics Board and the
cations now available at Summer Place- 8:30 p.m. - The Professional Federal Bureau of Investigation'
ment Service. 83 ~. -TePoesoa
Hamilton Stores, Yellowstone Park, Theatre Program will present the dug through the mud to try to find
Wyo--Director of Summer Placement Play of the Month Performance an explanation for the crash!
Service will interview students inter- "Half A Sixpence" at Hill Aud. which killed all 38 aboard.
ested. ,-. .
Forestrand Conservation Students Five minutes before the crash
-Opening for summer in boys' N.Y. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 the pilot, Capt. John Horn, had
camp, counselors also.eh
Lodge of the Four Seasons, Lake 4:10 p.m.-Hans Apel, professor radioed he was Climbig from
Ozark, Mo.-Male & female openings, emeritus of economics, University 8,000 to 10,000 feet, apparently to
good pay. Life guards, waiters, wai- of Bridgeport, will speak on "Ger- avoid storms which swirled sleet
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Applications and details at Summer for U.S. Foreign Policy" at 200 The air traffic control center in
Placement Service, 212 SAB, Lower Level. Lane Hall. Clevelan lost control just before
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VIEWS: Make interview appointments Arbor Film Festival will be held plosion in the plane. The cockpit
at Room 128-H, West Engineering Bldg. in the Architecture Aud. voice recorder found in the wreck-
MARCH 13- 8:30 p.m.-University Musical age and the flight recording head-
E. W. Bliss Co. , Society will present Jose Greco ing, altitude, speed and other in-
cific R.R. aand Spanish Dance Company in formation are expected to help de-
CTS Corp. Hill Aud. I termine the cause of the crash.
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U.S. Govt.-Norfolk Naval Shipyard By NEAL BRUSS said in an alumni celebration topic
(Nuclear Power Div.).ky The $5 billion the government session over the weekend.
MARsChalmers Manufacturing Co. spends on the space program an- White said that the money has
Boise Cascade Corp. (Brueau of Ap-. nually is a good investment and returned several valuable benefits:
pointments). not a waste of taxes, Gen. Ed --a communications satellite
Bristol Laboratories, Inc.w d White father of the late network.
Continental Aviation & Engrg. Corp. war ,
interstate Electronics. astronaut and University alumnus, -a developing weather-fore-
- -- - -w-a- -her -- casting satellite system .
By JILL CRABTREE .
Chinamen with long pointed
mustaches are scurrying around in
jeans and sweat shirts, and'sailors
with toothpaste-ad grins are tap-
dancing with ladies of "dubious
reputation." It's a MUSKET re-
hearsal, and it has been going on
nearly every night for months in
the basement of the Michigan
Last Friday was especially hec-
tic, because photographers were
trying to take pictures of people
in only half-finished costumes, at
the same time that the cast was
rehearsing the title number of
MUSKET's production of "Any-
thing Goes" which will be pre-
sented March 8-11.
Seated between racks of sailor's
blouses and multi-colored dresses,
director - choreggrapher .,Jack
Rouse, grad, waxed vocal about
MUSKET in general and some of
the special problems which have
come up in connection with the
"This isn't the standard colle-
giate rah-rah kind of thing," he
began. "I'd say about 50 per cent
of the kids have professional goals
(in music or the theatre.) Many
of them have already iad some
training when they come here."
He went on to say that one of
the big problems MUSKET has
had with "Anything Goes" is that
it follows so closely on "Out of
Our Minds," an original musical
show put on by MUSKET last
month. There are only eighteen
students in the cast, and many of
them were in the previous produc-
tion. Rehearsals for "Anything
Goes" had tb be started even be-
fore "Out of Our Minds" went on
stage, but concentrated' rehear-
sals of the new production couldn't
begin until the winter term.
"Uncle Jack" went off to confer
with members of the crew, and the
cast gathered around bearded
Bruce Fisher, grad, MUSKET's
music director. Seated at the pi-
ano, he guided them painstakingly
through the complicated arrange-
ment of the show's title song,
Meanwhile, two boys were ex-
perimenting with makeup, trying
to make themselves look as much
like Chinamen as possible. They
were using everything from putiy
to scotch tape in an effort to make
their eyes look slanted. One was
valiantly trying to plaster down
his bushy, very un-Chinese hair.
Bruce had just managed to
bring an harmonious sound out
of four sopranos with voice quali-
ties as different as Barbra Strei-
sand and Leontyne Price, when
Jack demanded some time for a
run-through of "Blow, Gabriel,
Blow." one of the show's biggest
For The Daily's benefit, every-
one put on their tap-dancing shoes
and got into position. Then the
junk-filled room exploded with
some very dramatic and exuber-
ant choreography. In the little
room the dance was almost over-
powering. But- Jack himself has
said that he is a "balcony chore-
ographer," and from the balcony
this number should look very good,
As the rehearsal was breaking
up, the Chinamen reappeared,
this time sans mustaches. One of
them had the , legend "MOM"
scribbled in grease, pencil across
his forehead. To paraphrase a
song in the show, "It's a Shake-
speare sonnet . . . It's Mickey
Alumni Debate Legal Aspects
Of Negro 'Civil Disobedience'
-instruments developed f o r!
aerospace work which have been
adapted for health, including radio
transmitters to aid the blind,
pressurized space suit pants to
mobilize persons who have dif-
ficulty walking, and small, high-
power batteries for hearing aids
and "pacemaker" hearts.
and "pacemakers" mechanical
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By MICHAEL DOVER Wasserstrom charged the feder- director of the Export-Import -an industry employing twice
In a symposium on "Law and al government with operating un- Bank, and Federal Circuit Court as many persons as the automobile
the Public Order" last week, three der a "double standard" of law Judge John R. Brown. All three industry, according to White. He
University alumni took differing enforcement which "tolerates and are graduates of the Law School, said that government revenues
stands on "civil disobedience" and permits lawlessness." He cited Taylor said that the courts can- from aerospace production help
the function of the law in main- federal government has made not in all cases "alleviate the finance anti-poverty, slum clear-
taining the balance between the virtually no effort to enforce the evils" which exist in our society. ance, and education projects.
rights of the individual and those federal criminal laws" in the He said that the ethos of the White. said that because the
of society. South.. protest movement is: "That which aerospace industry provides many
Dean Richard A. Wasserstrom, He said the lack of sufficient is not just seems to be no law at jobs and sources of revenue for
of the Tuskegee Institute, spoke redress of grievances through the all," and took the stand that this such government programs, it can-
of an "institutional injustice" institutional process makes "Watts, attitude is often necessary. not be criticized for taking ap-
which he said is -one of the "rea- as well as Birmingham and Selma, Brown, however, expressed fear propriations from other programs.
sons why Negroes are entitled . . . both intelligible and defensible." I that "civil disobedience" involves
to opt out of the system . . . and Dean Francis A. Allen of the a general disrespect of the law White also said that these do-
to say that the price of public Law School presided over the ses- He advocated the pursuit of social mestic programs would not get the
peace and order is just not worth sion, whose speakers included change through the institutional funds freed by any cutbacks in
paying." ' Wasserstrom, Howard Taylor Jr., process, but emphasized a di t inc- aerospace spending because the
tion between "civil disobedierce" programs have weak popular sup-
and legitimate protest-that which port in comparison to other gov-
violates no law, ernment programs.
Brown said the recent Supreme White and alumnus Joseph F.
P R UIT Y IR T$E Court decisions restricting the ac- Shea, program manager of the
tions of police in interrogati.ig Apollo project discussed "Mich-
suspects, and other such decisions igan in Orbit" before a group of
limiting police power, wouli inev- over 200 alumni and students.
itably "reduce the deterring effect Presiding at what was the last
::::".- of punishment and must, per- of the topic sessions held last week
- z, force, increase the v.lume of was Prof. Wilbur Nelson, chairman
S.. .crime." of the aerospace engineering de-
° He added that the decisions partment.
'might increase the percentage (f White said that, there will be
_ criminals who will remain unap- flights to the moon in two years.
.prehended or unconvicted.r , Using a set of slides illustrating
.........-~ii~ Wasserstrom had sa =d earlier, stages of the proposed Apollo pro-
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL New Hospital "We have a system which allows, ject, While described such a flight.
University of Kentucky Medical Center, New Positions of necessity, for some who are "We can't let our space program
Uguilty to go free in the hope that slip," White said. "If we do, we'll
Lexington Moving Allowance we can minimize as muca as is be in a second rate position. We
Tuituion Free Benefits possible, the conviction of the in- must beat the Russians to the
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