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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1966
PAQE TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1968
New York Opera's 'Traviata'
By MARK R. KILLINGSWORTH
Violets still died of consumption
in the final act, but the New York
City Opera's. performance of "La
Traviata" in Hill. Aud. last night
ended on a note of triumph never-
General- Director Julius Rudel
combined an exceptionally able
orchestra (a, rare thing in opera
performances. here) -and some
glittering singing talent >to make
Verdi's venerable tale of Violetta
Velery's love for Alfredo Germont
a powerful one still.
Patricia Brooks, as Violetta, a
society coquette whose love for
Alfredo changes. her frivolous life,
was exceptionally good. From her
first arias,: "Ahl ,fors' e lui" and
"Sempre libera," to her final sad
threnody in Act IV,. Miss, Brooks
She has striking control, and .can
turn the strongest forte into a
chilling pianissimo. While at times
her tone grew flat and somewhat
nasal, her singing was highly mov-
ing and effective, and her acting
was completely convincing.
Jerry LoMonaco, as Alfredo, was
a somewhat timid and unforceful
suitor of Violetta in the first sev-
eral acts-a restraint which ham-
pered the impact of his otherwise.
well-sung arias, 'Libiamo" and "Di
Miei Bollenti Spiriti" (which,
after all, is about "impulsive
As the opera progressed, how-
ever, so did LoMonaco's style, and
by the Third Act, when he con-
fronts his rival, Baron Dauphol
(William Beck), he is an entirely
believable jealous lover. One wish-
es Alfredo had as much power in
the first two acts as he displayed
in the last two.
Georgio Germont, sung by Dom-
inic Cossa, completes the trio of power of the performances of the
major characters as Alfredo's
father, who tells a sorrowful Vio-
letta she must break off her;
"scandalous" affair with Alfredo
to protect the honor of the Ger-
mont family-whose daughter is
about to be wed.
Cossa sang a masterful "Pura
siccome" to Violetta and an equal-
ly moving "Di provenza il mar" to
Alfredo, and both his singing and
acting added considerably to the
performance. He combines tech-
nical . mastery over the difficult
role of Old Germont with a style
imbued with passion and, like Miss
Brooks, he has a compelling way
The minor characters - Beck,
Muriel Greenspon as Flora Ber-'
voix, Charlotte Povia as Annina,
and Oldyna Dynowska and Arthur
Faria, the two solo dancers at Act
III's Bal Masque-enhanced the
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Television Center Program Germany
Today Series-Clarence K. P ott and
James Pollack, "When Victors Fall
Out":-Channel.4, WWJ-TV, 12 m.
-University Musical Society Opera --
cNew York City Opera Company in "Tos-
ca" by Giacomo Puccini: Hill Aud.,
USE OF TIlPS COLUMWN FOR,. AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized an i:registered organizations
only. Forms are available in Room 1011
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance.
Mon., Nov. 21, 8:30-10:30: p;m., Women s
Newman Stident Association, Turkey
dinner, Nov. 20, 5-6:30-p.m.; $1.25 cost,
Newman Center, 331 Thompson.
Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia-Span-
ish conversation in an Hispanic at-
mosphere, Mon., Nov. 21, 3-5 p.m., 3050.
Cinema Guild - Experimental Film
Program, Architecture Aud., 7 and 9:05
University Musical Society Opera -
New York City Opera Company in
"The Consul" by Gian-Carlo Menotti:
Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"An Advanced Session of Man-
agement by Objectives": Michigan Un-.
ion, 8:30 a.m.
School of Public Health Henry Brooks
Baker Memorial Lecture-Carrol E. Pal-
mer. and Lydia Edwards, tuberculosis
program, Communicable Disease Cen-
ter, Public Health Service, "The Tu-
berculin Test: Restrospect and Pros-
pect": Aud., School of Public Health,
School of Music and Dept. of
Opera-Donizetti's "Don Pasquale":
dia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m.
School of Music Composers Forum-
Recital Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
Center for Russian Studies. Collo-
quium: Benjamin Stolz, assistant pro-
fessor of Slavic languages and litera-
tures, will speak 'on "The Mihajlov
Case in Yugoslavia: Its Background and
Implications" at 4:10 p.m., Mon., Nov.
21, in the Lane Hall Commons Room.
All interested persons are invited.
'lecture-Congressman Adam Clayton
Powell, chairman of the Committee on
Education and. Labor, House of Rep-
resentatives, 8 p.m., Hill And. Admis-
sion. 50c. Tickets on sale 1-5,. p.m.
and 6:30-8:30 p.m., Nov. 21. Keynote'
address for UAC's Symposium "Urban
Ghettos in America," sponsored by the
Contemporary Discussion Committee..
Reactor panel and, question period will
follow the 'address by Congressman
WINTER COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
To be held at .2 p.n. in Hill And.
Exercises will conclude about 4 p.m.
All graduates of the 1966 fall term may
Reception for graduates, their rela-
tives and friends in Michigan League
Ballroom at 4 p.m. Please enter League
at west entrance.
Tickets: Four to each prospective
graduate, to be distributed from Mon.,
Dec. 5, to 1 p.m., Sat., Dec. 17, Diploma
Department, 555 Administration Bldg.,
except on Sat., Dec. 10, when office
will be closed. Sat., Dec. 17, office
will be open from 9 to 1 p.m.
Academic Costume: May be rented at
Moe Sport Shop, 711 N. University
Ave.Orders should be placed imme-
Assembly for Graduates: At 1 p.m.
in Natural Science Aud. Marshals will
direct graduates to proper stations.
Programs: To be distributed at Hill
Candidates who qualify for a doc-
toral degree from the uraduate School
and WHO ATTEND THE . GRADUA-
TION EXERCISES will be presented a
hood' by the University at the cere-
Doctoral Examination for Kenneth
Clark Shaw, Zoology; thesis: "An An-
alysis of the Phonoresponse of Males
of the True Katydid, Pterophylla Cam=
ellifolia (Fabricius) (Orthoptera: Tet-
tigioniidae)," Mon., Nov. 21, Seminar
Room, Museum of Zoology, at 1:30 p.m.
Chairman, R. D. Alexander.
Doctoral Examination for James
Kinard Strozier, Aerospace Engineer-
ing; thesis: "The Use of Statistical
Dependence between Data, Samples in
Binary PCM Demodulation," Mon., Nov.
21, Room 1028 East Engineering, at 3
p.m. Chairman, L. L. Rauch.,
Doctoral Examination for Neil Ed-
ward Greene, Mechanical' Engineering;
thesis: "Three-Phase, Solid-Liquid-Va-
por, Equilibrium in the System Hy-
drogen-Helium, Mon., Nov. 21, Room
206 West Engineering, at 3 p.m. Chair-
man, R. E. Sonntag.
Doctoral Examination for Paul Jacob
Gerhart, Education; thesis: "A Study
of Relationships between Certain Di-
mensions of Self and Predispositions
to Community Leadership Behavior,"
Mon., Nov. 21, Room 4018 UHS, at 9
a.m. Chairman,-Ailen Menlo.
Doctoral Examination for Werner
Zielke, -Civil Engineerng; thesis: "Fre-
quency Dependent Friction in Transient
Pipe Flow," Mon., Nov. 21, Room 333A
West Engineering, at 3 p.m.( Chairman,
V. L. Streeter.
Doctoral Examination for Ronald
Dick Lambert, Social Psychology; thes-
is: "Competition and Intervention: The
Delegation of Decision-Making Author-
ity," Mon., Nov. 21, Room 4110 ISR,
at 1 p.m. Chairman, Dorwin Cartwright.
The following schools will interview
at the Bureau:
MON., DEC. 5-
Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Crestwood
Schs.)-Elem.; Elem. PE, J.H. Math,
Northville, Mich (Wayne County
Training Sch.)-Spec. Ed. Ment. Hdcp.,
and/or Em. Dist.
Pontiac, Mich. (Waterford Twp. Schs)
--Elem. Elem. Vocal, Sec. Bus. Ed., Sp.
Corr~, Visit. Tch., biag., Perc. Hdcp.
St. Clair, Mich. (East China P.S.) -
Elem., Art, Vocal, PE, H.S.-Art, Engl.,
Ind. Arts, Lib., Vocal/Inst., Type A, Bi-
Oak Park, Ill. (H.S.)-H.S. English,
Hist., Span./Fr., Art, Couns.
TUES., DEC. 6-
Westland, Mich. (Nankin-Mills Schs.)
East Detroit, Mich.-Elem., Type A,
ResourcehArt or Music or PE, J.H. SS,
Enhane On-CGARPENTEII ROAD
OPEN 5:30 P.M--FREE HEATERS.
In snort, it was a periurimancevv
well worth waiting for (the truck By BETSY COHN witty interjections get lost in the
carrying the orchestra's music rhetoric.
arrived late, making the perform- The G ia n t Sesquicentennial "Bluffer's Guide to Ann Arbor"
ance start a half-hour late). The Gargoyle Issue has heaved itself
only complaints-but a major oe inhaled and expanded into a giant by Lissa Matross had to be written,
-concern the lighting, which was giggle lodged somewhere around and was done so with well con-
a joke, and the staging, particu- the esophagus . . . waiting to be ucted rhet ar ate al-
larly for the bal masque, which released . . . and in this issue, a lusion, complete structure etc.
looked more like an inspired wake few gurgles actually escape. The fattanniversay issuedof the
than a glittering soiree. Many of the articles backtrack Gar, for the most, is good, with
But despite these deficiencies, and lap up the humor and an- help from jocular alumni, and the
"Lt desite thse achronisms of the past, putting usual Garg fixations (ie. in-jokes,
cess. When it premiered over them into a contemporary hodge- the Daily), manages to cajole
years ago, the audience broke into podge of untimely references. more than a titter from the depths
gersago tse asdiencembroy-Into -Things like the SAC (Student Ac- of the lower esophagus.
gleeful hoots as the amply-uphol- tivities Cabin) Calendar of Events
stered Violetta died of "consunip- 1817 and Pictorial History ofA
tionks Whnea ther stntnighMis Campus Co-Eds have taken a
t o . W e t h st n i g M s C a p s C - d h a e t k naBro o k s n e a re d h e r la st la st n ig h t, g im m ic k a n d stre tc h e d it a b it to o Aoe v r t ec r o sse s e ct o
however, the 'audience's reaction3g mcadsrece abto
was one of "Bravo" for a fin sheer, thus clever elements like
performanee.Ice Cream and Cake will be
performance. served as soon as Dolly invents Ca
2 it," are lost in a list of
forced and elaborate efforts atS
humorous allusions to the past. SUNDAY, NOV. 20
N .1 There are high spots of humor 3:00-7:00 p.m. - VOICE-SDS
E T IN in Chris Burditt's "The Improb- will hold workshops at the 2nd
able History of the Big U," but floor SAB in preparation for the
. :? ' she too runs away with the same Teach-In on Monday. All are in-
Lake Orion, Mich.--Call office for trend of humor, gimmick juxta- vited.
fields. position, and controversy refer- 7 and 9:15 p.m.-The Cinema
La Grange aPrk, Ill.--Kdg., 5th grade, ences in context of the past. Guild will present "Experimental
Elem. Cons.-MA, Guid.-MA & exper.
Kalamazoo, Mich.-Elem., Sd., Math, An impressive piece of exposi- Film Program No. 2" in the Arch-
Engl., Vocal, Inst., Art, Girls PE, Couns. tion by Arthur Miller, reknown itecture Aud.
-Man, Ed. Ment, Hdcp., Train. Ment. hero of Michigan . . . claimed by 2:30 p.m-The New York City
Speech Therapy. Hdp. Social Worker, iag., the Garg, English Dept., Daily, Opera Company will present "Tos-
WED., DEC. 7- etc., is more of a polished exer- ca" by Giuseppe Verdi in Hill
..St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeview cise in prose and description; it Aud.
Schs.)-Elem., Lib., Eng., SS, Sce., Hard is questionable whether the same -
or Hearing. 8 p.m. - The New York City
Hanover, Mich.-Elem., Inst. piece would not be referred to Opera Company will present "The
CHersc mMusic, either "Generation" or "Offset"
Bridgeport, Mich.-Elem.. J.H. Sci. today. Hill Aud.
San Jose, Calif.-All fields. It is heart-warming to kow
Mason, Mich.-Elem., Swim Coach, tt i neariarinever die 7 and 9:15 p.m.-Cinema II will
Wrestling Coach, Draft. that passionate rivalries never die
they just parch and become lim- present To Kill a Mockingbird
THURS., DEC. 8- in AUd. A. -
Taylor, Mich.-Elem., Sec.-SS, Home pid . . a slapstick spoof of the
Ec., Girls Phys. Ed., Visit. Tch. April 1942 issue of The Daily is MONDAY, NOV. 21
Grosse lle, Mich.-Elem., Band, J.H. funny, in spite of the in-jokes 8:00 p.m.-The School of Music
-Boys PE/Gen. Sci., Vocal/Gen. which today's readers are obvious- and Department of Art Opea wil
Royal Oak, Mich.-Elem., J.H. - ly Out of,
Block Time (Engl./SS), Girls PE, Sec. Phil Zaret, in illustrating "Queer present Donizetiti's "Don Pas-
-Am. Hist.. Type A. Engl., Ind. Arts, , quale" in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Deaf, Type A, Elem. Span. but True at Michigan and TheT
FRI., DEC. 9_ Bird" (by Sandy Bayer) has pen-
Bay City, Mich. (Bangor Twp. Schs.) scratched and dripped what may 830 p.m.--The School of Music
-Elem., J.H. St., Lib., Math, H.S.- be the funniest things in this will present the Composers Forum
Guid., Math. issue .., a professional job of in the Recital Hall.
Saginaw, Mich. (Carrollton Schs.)- i-u-e. a vr aon po
Elem., J.H. Girls Prys. Ed., Engl./Sci. caricature and varied acton por-
Mt. Clemens, Mch-Elem., Art, Elem. 'traits . . . these pieces are flagrant
J rH.-Boys E .EGrIls PE, J.H. Vocal, with mocking and surprise slurps
Port Huron, Mich. - Elem., Math, Raalf's, haven for people who TA T
Physics, Gen. Si, Shop, Draft.,Elec., haet b wnde ecie a r
Ind. Arts, Bus. Ed./Dsc. Ed, sp. Ed., have to be swindled receives a
Guid., Elem. Art, Elem. Music, Dag. lengthy biographical sketch as
* * * does Steve Gold's lengthier de- Program Information NO 2-6264
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University Lutheran Chapel,
Washtenaw,", 9;45 :and -11:15 a.m.
ices, Thanksgiving, with. the Rev.
aId Mossman preaching; 11:15 am.
Gamma Delta, Supper at 6 p.m. fol-
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ner City, Detroit Especially," Nov. 20,
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ATID, Bagels and lox brunch' with
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B'nai B'rith Hillel, Balfour concert,
Dec. 4,° 8:30 p.m., Ford And., Detroit.
Daniel Barenboim and Itzhak Perlman
soloists with Detroit Symphony Or-,
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