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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1960

THE MICUIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. l9flB

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By ANDREW LUG imagination, since he says in the film and again, the music, which is romantic but harsh, simple but WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21 D. W. Griffith's "The Birth of a
Special To The Daily pre-crash sequence that his fast is superb. complex, spontaneous b u t ma- 7:30 p.n.-Prof. Brice Carna- Nation" in the Architecture Aud-
YORK - The applause driving speeds up his flux of ideas. The film works on various levels.-s han, in the Engineering School, itorium
Aechine-like. These paradoxes, how will lecture on "An Introduction
es greeted Agnes Barda n afilm nA tu theie fcs ars being filmed with grieat love (the ever, are welded together in such to Digital Computers and the 8 p.m.-The Professional The-7
emier last night was more char- of the ie fii n a mood of the films is similar to a way as to be perfectly consistent MAD Language-II" in the Nat- atre Program presents the APA
e tan har-fltoTe a-of the film are imagined. In Barda's earlier film "Le Bon- within the film as a whole. ural Science Auditorium. Repertory Company in Sheridan's
the New rflm Festi- complicated game of chess that heur". But this is coupled with: "Les Creatures" is a strange mo- 8 p.m.-The Professional Thea- "School for Scandal" in the Ly-
ce a$ the New York Film Festi- Edgar plays with Ducasse (Lucien science fiction, oscilliscopes, tele- vie which demands to be seen not tre Program presents the APA dia Mendelssohn Theatre.
1 loved Miss Barda when she ap- Bodard), Ducasse has control over vision screens, and so on. The film ijust once, but many times. Repertcry Company in Sheridan's 8:30 p.m. - The University Mu-
ared before the film started, but the villages for a minute at a -"'School for Scandal" in the Ly- sical Society Chamber Arts Ser-
I not seem quite so sure about time and is able to transform them dia Mendelssohn Theatre. ies presents the Chamber Sym-
e film itself into monstrous creatures. FinallyTHURSDAY SEPT. 22 phony of Philadelphia with An-
e itslf moe ta aoalei. tngs hwea rreesa. Fe ideaslStys ied 7 ad945pm-inm upd hony ofuilacodlphiagwinthe
:Iy own .opinion, however, is Edgar wins out over Ducasse and shel Brusilow conducting in
uch more, than favorable- ,evil. Things, however, are more D.W~ift' TeBrho Rackham Auditorium.
xreat" and 'fmasterpiece" are complicated than the straighthbat- t DWGriffith'sThe Birth of a
rds that comec to mind, te will allow.., 'W thft Ieuv JJrfnl s IDesign Nation"toinuhrhietr.uc--
The story of "Les Creatures" re- 'rtephesmam.- stTitina 483h~P-I 4680
lves arouna the life of. a writer 8co prem.-Tdhe ima r rga roessiona c l a-PA
lichel Piccoli) and his wife (Ca- complex of the real and the Im(- (Continued from Page 1) student, while not eating there tre Program presents the APA
"rine Deneuye), dumb as the gined. We have been prepared for d h lf, d d n be of Repertory Company in Sheridan's
Sult of a car crash, and the sci- what has gone before. We are not atr hae oe e his friends consistently complain- "School for Scandal" in the Ly-
allowed t osdrtegm sa whatever happens to be in the hi fiedscosstnty omlan
ce fiction novel the husband is d to consider the game as a f E about the Commons One un dia Mendelssohn Theatre. a CARPENTER MAD
Th imed ihtesymbol (here Barda succeeds coin vending machines o Eaton edaot h oOPs Oeu-E N 6:30 tAP.M.
iting. The film ends with.the er a ee and Stanley Houses. dergraduate, while professing sa- FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 OPEN 6:30 P.M
'th of their child, the completion efailed Nothing is qui e Plans for a bus service on Sun- tisfaction with Cedar Bend as a 7 and 9:45 p.m.-Cinema Guild: shown at 7:10 & 10:40
the novel and the wife regainnor can we diisus anything tha day mornings were announced two whole, did attack the "expensive- ___
Bhe speechncaccidentiandsthenyshimag . , weekends ago, but nothing has yet ness of the Commons."-SY
happened. Apparently the bus The Commons did recently bow C n D C A K 1 1 7 AT1io" I1fI L I

petiioning is i
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ichigan Union

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s" at the end, a complex But all tnis leaves out the mag- service has just forgotten the hun- to these cries and install a 15 cent
g of illusion and re- nificent humor. For instance, there gry residents of Cedar Bend every discount on all full meals. How-
s. We don't know which is Edgar's conference with a don- Sunday morning., ever, this still leaves the Com- NOTICES
he film are "real" and key and a rabbit, and the slap- The other area of dissatisfac- mons somewhat out of line with
s come out of the novel. stick humor of a robbery executed tion most in evidence was the price the student specials in the Unionj
whole thing is a fig- by tvo linen sellers. It leaves out of food at the North Campus Com- cafeteria and other main campus USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
dgar's (the husband's) the glorious visual imagery of the r imns. Steve Pleune, a graduate eating facilities ecognzed anrd registered student or-
_____~ ~ ~...* ~ganizton s1only. Forms are available
,.: :"::'A.' ~.A '.~..... ,:in Room 1011 SAB.
Newman Student Club, Graduate sup-
per, Sept. 21, 6 p~m., Newman Center,
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SUiversity Lutheran Chapel .1511
:A. ..At. ~;';w~~~. ... .. . . . . . .Washtenawmidweek devotion: 10 p.m..
*SS ,* t.. . t . ...5..... . . ....C. SSept. 21.

TECHNICOLOR
NIGEL GREEN
Also Shown at 9:00 Ony
GU DON MURRAY ,a.2
GUYSTOCKWELL-ABBY DALTON
THE
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PLUS: "COWBOY'S HOLIDAY"
2 Color Cartoons

IN COOPERATION WITH UAC
announces
SALEEM JEHANGI R
singing the songs of PAKISTAN
plus
Dave Arch &'John Miller
doing Jazz like you've never heard
plus
Selected Readings from the SGC minutes
G103 S.Q. F R IDAY 8:30 $1.00

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Mail payments postmarked after due letin of interviewers holding appoint- SEPT. 26-27-
date. Sept. 30,-1966, are late and sub- ments on campus. Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Nuclear
ject to penalty. Power Div.-BS-MS: AE, ChE, CE, EE,
Identify mail payments as tuition POSITION OPENINGS: EM, IE, ME, Met., Naval & Marine,
and show student number and name. Rohm and Haas Co., Phila., Pa. - Nuclear. MS: Bioengineering, Const..
Openings in following fields: Mechani- Elect. Sci. BS: Engrg. Physics, Sci.
,n Me .C cal. Electrical and Chemical Engr., Engrg. Prod.
Regents Meeting: October 21. Corn- Chemistry, Engr. Mktg., Bus. Ad., In- SEPT. 26-
munications for consideration at this dust. Mgmt., and Lib, Arts. Sales and U.S. Coast Guard-BS-MS: EE, ME,
mieeting imist be In the President's mktg. junior positions requiring no ex- Naval & Marine. BS: CE, Ocean., Nu-
hands not later than October 6 (Thurs.).e ner., and senior positions in engineer- clear. Summer Employment: All 'stu-
ing. dents in the same prog. as above sign
Announcer Auditions: Auditions are Managemtent Consultants - Extensive regular schedule for interview appt.
now being held for the position of traveling throughout the U.S. Coin- Dev., Des.
announcer for the Michigan Marching mercial Development' Specialist for *
Band. All persons interested in audi- large chemical producer. Marketing an- For - further information call 764-
tioning for this position are asked to alysis and dev. for applications of new 8483, Engineering Placement Service,
contact Dr. William D. Revelli, con- products. BS in Chem., ChE, or ME, but 128-H W. Engrg. Bldg.
ductor of bands, in Room 1318 at the technical degree not mandatory, ex- --- .---
School of Mu-ic on the North Campus posed to plastics, vinyls and use of
or call 764-0582 to arrange for an plasticizers and stabilizers. .
audition time. Auditions will be held * * *
during the week of Sept. 19-23. For further information, please call
764-7460. General Division Bureau of

Center for Programmed Learning fors
Business Seminar-'"Management of Be-t
havior Change": Michigan Union, 8:30
a.m.
Association of College and Univer-
sIty Auditors Conference - Rackhamc
Amphitheatre, 8:45 a.m.
College of Engineering Computer Lec-
ture Series-Brice Carnahan, professorI
of chemical engineering and biostatis-
ties, "An Introduction to Digital Com-
p uters and the MAD Language-II":
Natural Science Aud., 7:30 p.m.t
Professional Theatre Program Per?
formance-NAPA Repertory Company inf
Sheridan's "School for Scandal": Ly-,
dia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m..
Bureau of Industrial Relations Seim-1
inar-"The Management of Managers":
Michigan Union, Bm. 3D, 8 a.m.'
General Notices'
Woodrow Wilson Fellows and Honor-,
ary Fellows who are'working towards a I
PhD in therhumanities and social sci-
ences in graduate schools within thet
United States and Canada and whot
expect to complete all degree require-
ments including the dissertation no
later than four and one-quarter years
after beginning the tenure of a first
year Woodrow Wilson Fellowship aref
eligible for nomination for a Woodrow
Wilson Dissertation Fellowship. Eligi-
ble students should come to Room 1014
Rackham Graduate School to register as
nominees for this fellowship not later
than October 7.
Open Meeting on Graduate Fellowship
Programs: For undergraduate and grad-
uate students. University and national,
fellowship programs will be explained
by'faculty campus representatives on
Thurs., Sept. 22, at 3:15, p.m. in thei
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Linguistic Dept., Preliminary Exam-,
inations: Will be held on Fri. and Sat.,
Nov. 18 and 19. Applicants for the
PhD must inform the department, sec-
retary of their lntentiOP to takde one
or more prelims by Tues., Oct. 25.
Review Class, Society of Actuaries'
Part I' Exaination-. Will organize 4
p.m.,._Thurs., Sept. 22, In 2444 Mason
HalU.
Fal Term Fees: At- least 50 per cent
is due and payable on or before Sept.
30,19 66,
Non-paym~ent of at' least 5011' by
Sept.0 will result in the assessment of
a delinquent penalty of $5.
Payments may be made in person or
mailed to the Cashier's Office. 1015
Administration Bldg., before 4:30 p.m.,'
Fri., Sept. 30, 1966.
Mail Early.
A PORT
LIMOUSI NES
for information call
663-8300
Tickets are available
at Travel Bureaus or
the Michigan Union
"A frank and uninhibited
exposition of the onrush
of physical desire!"
-Bosley Crowther, N. Y. Times
0i
"A truly adult love story!
It is a beautiful film,
finely mades!"

0f.10, Unr vvsv, nrauv
Doctoral Examination for Alan Reid Appointments, 3200 SAB.
Osborne, Education; thesis: "The Ef-
fects of Two Instructional Approaches ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
on the Understanding of Subtraction VIEWS-Seniors & gradstudents, please
by Grade Two Pupils." Wed., Sept. 21, sign schedule posted at 128-H West
West Conference Room. 2nd Floor, Engrg.
Rackham Graduate School, at 1:30 p.m. .SEPT. 26-
Chairman, J. N. Payne. Bucyrus Erie Co., All locations (a.m.)
-BS-MS: ChE, EE, IE, ME. U.S. citi-
Doctoral Examination for Dean zens & non-citizens intending to be-
Tritchler Mook, Engineering Mechanics; come a citizen. Dev., Des., Sales, Exec.
thesis: "On the Stability of Parallel Training.
Flows of Viscoelastic Liquids," Wed., Calgon Corp., National-BS-MS: ChE,
Sept. 21, Room 340 West Engineering,, MS:.Sanit., Water Res., ME. -R, & D.,
at 2 p.m. Chairman, W. P. Graebel. Field Service.
SEPT, 26-28-
E; I. duPont deNemours & Co., Inc.
All locations-PhD: ChE, BE, EM, IE
Placem ent, Mat'is., ME, Met., Nuclear. U.S. citi-
zens & non-citizens intending to be-
ANNOUNCEMENT: come .a citizen. R. & D., Des., Prod.
Registration Meeting for Placement, & Sales.
Education and Teaching' Divisions - SEPT. 26-
Thurs., Sept. 22. Aud. B, Angell Hall, 3 ,Factory Mutual Engineering Div.,
p.m. or 4 p.m. Bureau of Appointments Detroit, District Office--covering Mich..
and Occupational, Information < regis- Ind. & Ohio-BS: ChE, CE, BE, EM,
tration meeting for all seniors and IE, ME, Met., Sot. Engrg. Field Service
graduates for coming recruiting season Mgmt. HrIsr
of Interviews from government, busi- Racine Hydraulics & Machinery, Inc.
ness, industry and all educational in- Racine. Wis.-BS: ME. R. & D., Des.,
stitutions for teaching and non-teach- Prod., Sales.
ing positions. Former registrants or U.S. Bureau. of Public Roads, Any-'
those who registered this summer or where in the U.S.-BS-MS: CE, Mat'is.
fall before Sept. 15, are not required MS: Qpnstruction.
to attend but are urgently requested U.S. Army Electronics Command -
to bring their records up to date. In- Any Degree: EE, ME. MS-PhD: Comm.
form us as to degrees, courses, em- Sci. MS: Elect. St., Energy Syst.,
ployment acquired and current campus I Syst's. Eng.-Elec. BS: E Physics. R. &
address in order to receive weekly bul- D., Des., Prod.

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PAUL NEWMAN
BURL IVES
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Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratin--enjoy
a French atmosphere every Thurs. from
3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
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luncheon meeting, Fri., Sept. 23, noon,
in Commons Room, Lane Hall.
DIAL 8-6416
ENDING TONIGHT
To be idolized,
a man must offe"
the unusaal. .
JOSEPH E Epresent
JENNIFE JONES
MICHAEL PARKS i
THURSDAY
"A frank and uninhibited
exposition of the onrush
of physical desire!"
-Bosley Crowther, N. Y, Times
"A truly adult love story!
it is a beautiful film,
finely made !"
-Judith CristN.Y.Herald Tribune
~HN
AiiU8H

The Dave Brubeck Quartet
IN CONCERT
Presented by the Student Sesquicentennial Committee
and The Women's Athletic Association
FRIDAY, SEPT. 30

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8:30 P.M

Hill Auditorium

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Tickets: $3, $2.50, & $2.
Box office open 1OA.M.-4:30 P.M.-Sept. 26-30
7 P.M. night of performance
Block ticket sales Sept. 17-23

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