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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1966

TUE MIChIGAN JlAILY SUNDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1986

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Brilliant Soloists Perform in the 'Messiah';
Chorus Comments on Annual Presentation
By JOYCE WINSLOW oeience at Hill is different from A,-nor residents as w(,ll as students Moynagh, soprano. Carol Smith,
Thomas Paul, bass soloist in the singing at the Philharmonic. "The Many members of fhb chorus have mezzo-soprano, and Loren Dris-
University Musical Society's an- fan shape of Hill," Paul said, "pro- periormed this work here numer- coll, tenor.
nual performance of Handel's duces more audience rapport than ous times. Miss Moynagh's credits include
"Messiah," waited just inside the the rectangular shape of Philhar- Mrs. Celena Vlisides, slight grey- the major opera companies in the
stage door of Hill Auditorium Fri- {monic Hall. More of the audience haired woman, has suns; the "Mes- U.S. and Italy. Miss Smith is a
day evening at the conclusion of is around the stage at Hill and siah", here for 22 years, Lester leading artist with the New York
the program for his car to be the atmosphere is warmer. In a McCoy conducting each time. She. City opera company and has sung
brought up to take him home. He long rectangular hall the per- like most, thought that the Inter- with 19 orchestras.
wore a heavy winter coat and former is very far from most of lochen Arts Academy Orchestra. Loren Driscoll was a cowboy in
kept a scarf over his face, except the audience." was "exceptional." Nebraska before he began his
when speaking, to protect against Just before leaving, Paul com- Mrs. Millila, wife of a University operatic career. Mr. Paul has ap-
the bitter cold. mented on his role in the "Mes-, engineer, enjoyed singing the peared with many U.S. and Can-
Paul had specia praise for Hill 25a 30i mhe sid. Messach "'Thanks be to God," which was adian opera companies,
Pau hd secal raseforHil 2 o 30ties" h sid."ad a new for the chorus this year. Mary McCall Stubbins was or-
auditorium, "I love this place," he time with different people. Every
said, "The acoustics are marvelous. time the work has been moving Brilliant solo performances were ganist and Marilyn Mason harp-
I have sung at Philharmonic Hall and I become very involved in it." given by Thomas Paul, bass, Joan sichordist.
in Lincoln Center before and after Chorus Comments -
it was improved upon, and I still The "Messiah" is a moving ex- -
like Hill better. perience for the audience, and,
Paul noted that the singing ex- chorus, which is composed of Ann BEAT BOOKSTORE PRICES

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This Week's Events I

'WEDDING BAND' TO OPEN

Shown in a dramatic moment from the World Premiere of "Wedding Band" are (left to right) Marcie Hubert, Katherine Squire,
Ruby Dee and Clarice Taylor. Also starring in the performance is tthe modern jazz star, Abbey Lincoln, winner of the Best Actress
Award at the World Festival of Negro Arts. "Wedding Band," an original drama by Negro plawright Alice Childress has been selected
as the New Play Project for 1966 by the Professional Theatre Program. Miss Childress' earlier work, "Trouble In Mind," was well
received in an off-Broadway run some seasons ago. She was a member of the original cast of "Anna Lucasta" and author of a col-
lection of short pieces entitled "Like One of the Family." This im portant civil rigths commentary with its import of Negro importance
and equality in the performing arts opens for seven performances on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at the Mendelssohn Theatre.
BERKELEY PROBLEM:
Nonstudents Live in Unreachable World,

BERKELEY, Calif. (P) -Berke-
ley's nonstudents live in a world
of shabby apartments, crowded
coffee houses, beards and intel-
lectual ferment - convinced they
have as much right to participate
in University of California affairs
as any registered student.
By day and night, they are seen
in what has been called the city's
"underground," blocks of old
homes, shops and bookstores. Like
students, they saunter up to the
big university campus, and some-
times engage in protests that are
limited by the administration to
those enrolled.
Their attire is casual - beards,
battered' sport coats, sandals,
slacks. None of them carry the
registration card the university

issues to the 27,500 young men and
women enrolled at Berkeley.
Outsiders
To Chancellor Roger Heyns and
Gov.-elect Ronald Reagan, they
are outsiders who provoked a
classroom strike by deliberately
breaking 'a campus rule against
nonstudents creating disturbances.
Six of them were arrested Wednes-
day in a protest against Navy re-
cruiters setting up a table on
campus.
"I'm more'a part of the com-
munity than the chancellor is,"
said Mario Savio, 23, one of those
arrested.
This long-haired, thin, intense
forner New Yorker is the best
known of the hundreds of young
men and women who live around

the university but don't attend it. ly active and suspended," she said.

Savio, who has the ability to fire
up student rallies, left Berkeley
after the 1964 free speech revolt
he helped lead. He is back now,
refused admittance to the school
but enthusiastically whipping up
support on campus each day for
the latest protest.
Savio was one of those arrested
at the Navy table. However, those
active in the student strike say
he is not the leader.
Standing in the rain, Nigel
Young, 27, a sociology graduate
student, looked sourly up at an
auditorium where Savio was mak-
ing a speech and said, "There's
sort of a division between the
workers and the talkers."
As for thensixtarrested, Young
said "these nonstudents' are ex-
students who have either beenj
kicked out or are trying to get
back in."
"The people involved once were
students," said protest leader
Karen Lieberman, 23, a pretty
New Yorker suspended from Berk-
eley last June for manning a pro-
test table along with some young
men not registered at the univer-
sity.
"They are nonstudents now
simply because they were political-

Berkeley's nonstudent commun-
ity-the "underground"-is divid-
ed between people like Savio who
once were UC students, but drop-
ped out temporarily, and those
who have no connection with the
school at all.
The latter are the "hippies,"
bearded, barefooted people whom
Miss Lieberman said refuse to take
part in any protest.
"The people who are the hippies,
the beatniks, never get involved,"
she said. "They're living in a dif-
ferent world."
The nonstudent group has its
own coffee houses, its favorite
bookstores and its own newspaper;
the Berkeley Barb, 'an irreverent
weekly published in an old house
several blocks from campus.
Hard at work at the Barb office
Friday, business manager Michael
Korman, 27, told why he quit a
business job a few years ago and
came to Berkeley.
"I think Berkeley is the most
intellectually alive and stimulating
place in the United States," said
Korman.

SUNDAY, DEC. 4
2:30 p.m.-Handel's "Messiah,"
University Choral Union and In-
terlochen Arts Academy Orches-
tra: Hill Aud.
7:00 and 9:05 p.m.-Buster Kea
ton's "Sherlock Junior" at the
Architect Aud.
TUESDAY, DEC. 6
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will feature Elizabeth Manion,
mezzo-soprano, and Eugene Bos-
sart, pianist, in a recital at Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7
4:15 p.m.-The School of Public
Health will present Karl Evang,
director-general of',IHealth Serv-
ives, Royal Norwegian Govern-
ment, discussion "Social Medicine
in a Welfare State," in Auditorium
C, Angell Hall.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will present the annual Christmas
Concert featuring the University
Choir and Orchestra, conducted by
Maynard Klein at Hill Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program New Play Project Per-
formance will give "Wedding
hBand," at Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.]
THURSDAY, DEC. 8
7:00 and 9:00 p.m.-The Cinema
Guild will run Rene Clair's "Le
Million" in the Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The Travel Film Se-
ries will present "Inside and Out-
side the Iron Curtain" in Aud. A,
Angell Hall.
8:30 p.m. - The Professional
Theatre, Program New Play Pro-
ject Performance will give "Wed-
ding Band," at Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will present the University Sym-
phony Orchestra in a concert con-
ducted by Theo Alcantarilla at
Hill Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The University Musi-
cal Society will present the New
York Pro Musica in "The Play of

Daniel, at the First Methodist
Church.
FRIDAY, DEC. 9
.7:00 and 9:00 p.m.-The Cinema
Guild will offer Rene Cl~dr's "Le
Million," at the Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The University Musi-
cal Society will present the New
York Pro Musica in "The Play of
Daniel," at the First Methodist
Church.
SATURDAY, DEC. 9
2:30 and 8:30 pm.-The Profes-
sional Theatre Program will give
a New Play Project Performance
of "Wedding Band," at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
7:00 and 9:00 p.m.-The Cinema
Guild will present Ingar Berg-
man's "Brink of Life," in the
Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The University Musi-
cal Society Peformance will pre-
sent the New York Pro Musica
in "The Play of Daniel" at the
First Methodist Church.

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4
Day Calendar
University Musical society Concert
-Handel's "Messiah," University Chor-
al Union and Interlochen Arts Acade-
my Orchestra: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
John Peterson, organist: Organ Stu-
dio, 2110 School of Music, 4:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild-Buster Keaton's "Sher-
lock Junior": Architecture Aud., 7 and
9:05 p.m.
School of Music Concert - Robert
Noehren, organ and Keith Bryan, flute,
"Organ Music -of the Twentieth Cen-
tury": First Baptist Church, 8:30 p.m.
Botanical Gardens Open House -
University Botanical Gardens, 1800 N.
Dixboro Road, 2-4 p.m. Faculty, stu-
dents and general "public are invited.
Free bus service provided between
Main Campus and the Gardens leav-
ing from Hill Aud. (Zone 6-corner of
N. University and Ingalls) every half-
hour starting at 1:30 psm.
General Notlices
Women's Research Club: Mrs. Ger-
trudie Kurath, dance ethnologist, will
speak on "Festivals for the Nature
Spirits and the Christ Child," Mon.,
Dec. 5, 8 p.m., in West Conference
Room, Rackham Bldg.
Hopwood Contest for Underclassmen:
Manuscripts must be n,the Hopwood
Room, 1006 Angell Hall, by 4 p.m.,
Wed., Dec. 7.
PLANS FOR WINTER
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
Saturday, Dec. 17, 1966, 2 p.m.

Time of Assembly-1:15 p.m.
Places of Assembly-Regents, Presi-
dent and other executive officers, min-
ister, speaker, candidate for Regents'
citation, and candidate for honorary
degree, in the Kalamazoo Room of the
Michigan League where they may robe.
Deans and other administrative, of-
ficials taking active part in the exer-
6ises, in the Hussey Room of the
Michigan League, where they may robe.
Members of the faculties in Room
2071 Natural Science Bldg., where they
may robe.
Students of the various schools and
colleges, in Natural Science Bldg. as
follows:
Section A-Literature, Science, and
Arts' - Front part of, auditorium,
west section.
-Education-Front part of auditor-
ium, center section.
-Architecture-Front part of audi-
torium, center section (behind Educa-
tion).
-Law-Front part of auditorium,
east section.
Dearborn Campus-Front part of au-
ditorium, east section (behind Law).
Section B-Graduate - PhD candi-
dates, Room 1053.
-Masters candidates, rear part of
auditorium.
Section C-Engineering-Room 2054.
-Business Administration - Room
2042
-Music-Room 2033 (north end).
-Public Health-Room 2033 (behind
Music).
-Pharmacy-Room 2033 (behind Pub-
lic Health).
-Nursing-Room 2033 (behind Phar-
Macy) .
-Dentistry-Room 2033 (behind Nurs-
ing).
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