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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28,19'

'Three Mysteries'

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By ANN L. MARCHIO
Adding an experimental aura
to the current repertoire of the
Association of Professional Ac-
tors, "Three Mysteries with Two
slowns" proved to be a success-
ful combination.
The program began with a prose
play by the Irish poet William
Butler Yeats, "The Cat and the
Moon," The story originates from
an Irish legend about two beggars,
one blind and the other lame,
who journey to a sacred spot.'
There they are asked by a saint
to choose between being cured and
being blessed.
The blind man chooses the cure,
and the lame man chooses the
blessing. Symbolic of the body,
the 2blind- man discovers that
there are visions beyond his sight,
and tlhe lame man, symbolic of
the soul, realizes that he has been
cured through his blessing.
Woven into the theme is a poly-
phonic counterplay: a lyriaal pres-
entation of the traditional. ques-
tion of man's relationship to God,
symbolized by the cat and the
moon.

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Michigan Daily assumes no editor- III": Natural Science Aud., 7:30 p.m. and implementing sales programs to
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of the music is also character- sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Professional Theatre Program Per- fertilizer D dealers. College degree in vision, Groton, Conn. & Quincy. Mass.
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prelpfledingie & Marine. BS: AE, E. Phys., IE, Mat'ls.,
and religious mood, a striking fore 2 p.m. of the day precedng "Three Mysteries with Two Clowns": helpful. p ried M aEclea. Mh ecI
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday Mah ula.M:Ee.St
contrast to the course speeches. for Saturday and Sunday. General Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m. Local Governmental Agency, Local Energy Sys., Syst's. Eng.-Elec., Info &
a Notices may be published a maxi- and Plainwell, Mich.-Vocational Re- Controls, Meteor, and or Ocean. Prof.:
The second play, Sweet of You mom of two times on request; lay habilitation Counselors and Clinical Applied Mechan. H. & D., Des., Prod.
To*Say So" by Page Johnson is a Calendar items appear once only. eneral N otices Psychologists at the III & III-A Civil
Student organization Service levels. For counselor positions Mitts & Merrill, Inc., Saginaw, Mich.
delightful, character sketch of an Stetn oran on notices are not Woodrow Wilson Fellows: Past and would consider Special Educ. majors -BS: ME. U.S. citizen & non-citizen
aging southern lady. She has filled tpresent, campus representatives, past i ntrainee positions, for Psychologist if intend to become a citizen with per-
her empty life with her imagina- and present members of the Regional MA min. in Clinical Psychology. manent visa. Des.
tion and talks quite easily with WEDNSEDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Committee and interested membrs of Local Governmental Agency - Two Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co.,
the faculty are invited to a reception women's opportunities in the Ann Ar- Pittsburgh, Pa.-BS-MS: CE ,EM, M1E.
hummingbirds and woodchucks., J on Thurs., Sept. 29, in the East Con- bor area. Four-H Club Agent, young. Summer Employment: Sign regular
The tragic element of the play ..Ja , a etkda1 ference Room. Rackham Bldg., at 4 energetic and likes to deal with young schedule for interview appt. R. & D.,
is treated so delicately that one Conference on Aging-"Growing Old m Wives or husbands are also wel- people, Home Ec. degree. Home Dem- Des., Prod., Sales.
hardly. discovers it until the dual in Tomorrow's Cities" Rackham Bdg., onstration Agent for Cooperative Ex- Vitro Laboratories, Silver Springs,
al.m.otension Service sponsored by Michigan Md.-BS-MS: EE. BS: Applied Math.
soliloquy of Grace Alice Wyan- Special Lecture: Prof. Paul von Rague State Univ. Federal Civil Service re- Summer Employment: Sign regular
dotte, played by Dee Victor, and Dept. of Anatomy Seminar - John Schleyer, Princeton University, will quirements. Immediate openings. schedule for interview appt. R. & D.
Miss Woman, played by Jennifer Faulkner, assistant professor of physi- s o cp i* .Wyandotte Chemicals Corp., Wyan-
cal education, "Health and Physical Chemistry of Admantane and Diamond- For further information, please call dotte, Mich.-BS-MS: ChE. BS: CE,
armonFitness of Adult Men": 250 East Medi- Compounds. on3Thurs., Sept. 29, 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of EE, IE, ME. Summer Employment: So.
Nothing long enough atSBpdm.,4:1Room.1300ryf themChem- Appointments, 3200 SAB. -& Jr. students in GhE, ME. EE, GE
Ntigremains Clgeo h cal Bldg., 4:15 p.m.' I&J. tdns nCE M.EC
for the gentle woman. to grasp it Dep._oNerastrn anuagsyad place college interview form in blue}
Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: co. folder for further consideration.
meaningfully into her system. College of Engineering Computer Literatures: Presents Dr. Jacob M. Lan- ADo not sign schedule for interviewI
Onyaselada ipae e Lecture Series-Brice Carnahan, pro- dau, senior lecturer, political science, 212 SAB-
Only ashell and a misplaced wet bre n et r l etr U.S. Civil Service Examination for Of- appt. Res., Training Program.
ribbon are left to catalyze her Heg on "Jews in Modern Egypt: Some fice and Science Assistant-Form 5000- I Xerox Corp., Rochester, N.Y.-BS-MS:
memory-or what she sadly has Perspectives on Their 19th Century AB can be obtained rom 212 SAB, Lo- E, E, E gB. ME. MS Eyst's.
created as memory. She shifts her IO RDG'2AN IZ7ATIO N History" on Thurs., Sept. 29, at 4:15 ,er Level. Must be filed by Oct. 21 for Eng.-Elec., Engrg. Admin. BS: E Phys.,
ORGAI I I p.m., 200 Lane Hall. the Nov. 26 test; next filing is Dec. 9 Set, Engrg. U.S. citizens & non-citizens
nood from unadulturated Joy into for the Jan. 7 test and the final filing of intend to become a citizen, with4
incomprehensible depression. -- EColloquium: Sept. 29. Dr. Ulric Neis- is Jan. 9 for the Feb. 4 test. permanent visa, R. & D., Prod.
Character N TCI ESser of the Dept. of Psychiatry, Uni- First Camp Interview of the Season
The character of Grace is evolv- versity of Pennsylvania, will speak on -Camp Westmont, N.Y. Coed camp.
ed h arhterofreaisipwith -"Two Levels of Visual Cognition." Need 25 girls and 20 boys for General
ed through her relationship with Theoretical considerations suggest Counselors. Also, specialists in tennis,
the stranger, nature, and her USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- that any system which recognizes com- waterfront, arts and crafts, dramatics
daughter. Each view is a distor- NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially plex patterns must have both a parallel and music, sports. Oct. 4 from 10 to
recognized and registered student or- and a sequential stage. Failure to in- 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. at 212 SAB, Lower
ganizations only. Forms are available elude both stages leads to paradoxes Level.
imagination. Although she sees in Room 1011 SAB. in certain contemporary psychological ENDING THURSDAY
them as she wants. a feeling of . # theories. The two-level hypothesis can ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
"always going" pervades their ac- Alpha Phi Omega, Meeting, Sept. 28, incorporate observations from such re- VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
gon evdstera-search areas as visual persistence, meta- sg ceuepse t18Hws
tin.7p.m., Room 3C, Michigan Union., siraae salritnc g chedule posted at 128-H West{
tionls. pmRo 0 ihgnUin contrast, reaction time, and visual ! ngrg.deight
The final drama, the lengthiest Le Cercle Francals, Le Baratin-en- search. SEPT. Wty
anLotdaaicoeh he, sjyaFec atosh r veyThi- j T 3Aud. B, Angell Rail, 4:15 p.m. Coffee Wty
and most dramatic of the three, is oyarn tsphere every Th'rs-served beforehand at 3417 Mason Hall. George A. Fuller Co., Throughout the
"Escurial," written originally in day from 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg. U.S.-Any Degree. U.S. citizen & non-
French by Michel de Ghelderode Ia P m citizens if intend to become a citizen.
CrnhoyMchld st.roeP ac m n with a
and translated by Lionel Abel. It meeting, WedSp 28C7:0ci ,
presents the tragedy of a medieV- Rooms 3R and 3S, Michigan Union. Al POSITION OPENINGS: General American Research Div. ofmarvelous
al king, played masterfully by students interested in international ac- Pacific Optical, Inglewood, Calif. - assortment
tivities are invited to attend. Numerous openings for personnel in -
Ellis Rabb, who is lame only in * * * optics field. Skilled craftsmen begin- its
spirit and a jester who is lame University Lutheran Chapel, 1511 ning advancing to optical engineers-'M
only in bddy . Washtenaw, midweek devotion, 10 p.m., and designers, interested in students -CI NtAgM 1
, Set. 2. 'who have six mos. or more of preci-
The jester has loved the queen, Se.8ion optical exper.rpresent s
who is dying, and the king has Baha'i Student Group, Discussion:. Appleton Coated Paper Co.. Appletonr

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Not Drama
Perhaps the most gratifying as-
pect of the drama is. its structure.
Yeats has adopted the traditional
Noh drama of Japan with its
stylized setting and typical theme
of salvation.
The musicians are an integral
part of the setting and perform
their function in a rhythmic par-
allel of the actors. The pure tone
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ter has genuine feelings and the
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28 queen is above reproach, but the
7 p.m. - Student Government king twists his ugliness into his
Council will sponsor a mass meet- interpretation of their act, and
ing to discuss the upcoming ,-e- they suffer in silent obedience.
lective service policy referendum Of Dogs and Bells
in Rms. K, L. M and N .of the The king is obsessed by his fail-
Union. I ures and goes mad at the howl-
7:30 p.m.-Brice Carnahan, pro- ing of dogs and the ringing of
fessor of chemical engineering and bells. His only laugh occurs when
biostatics, will give the Engineer- the jester does not complete his
ingColegecomute letur onanticipated assassination of the
"Introduction to Digital Comput.- king.
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in the Natural Science Aud. Phone 482-2056
8:00 p.m. - The APA Reper-
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"Three Mysteries' with T w o -
Clowns" in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Cana aon CARPENTER RWAW
THURSDAY, SEPT. 29 OPEN 6:30 P.M.
4:15 p.m. - Jacob Landau will NOW SHOWING
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Hall. WL~fi3
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild - j g
will present Delmar Davis' '3:10
to Yuma" in the Architecture Au-.
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8:00 p.m. - The APA Repertory MRI
Company will perform in "Thret
Mysteries with Two Clowns" in ALSO .
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Shown at 9:20 only
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