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DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS

playbill 60-61

a concert

reading

of CHRISTOPHER FRY'S freedom award drama

THE FIRSTBORN

wednesday/saturday, OCTOBER
ARISTOPHANES' splashing farce

19-22

THE FROGS
thursday/saturday, NOVEA

performances in thevarsity pool
featuring the varsity swimming team
ABER 3-5

Michigan Sees Kennedy

to be announced

LABORATORY
with the school of music,
thursday/saturday, NOVEMBER

OPERA
17-19'

SEAN

O CASEY'S

wayward comedy

PURPLE DUST
thursday/sunday, DECEMBER 8-11
an original play
PREMIERE PERFORMANCE

The lot of the presidential nom.
inee is unique.
Besides keeping abreast with the
daily events of the world, he must
travel, shake hands, make speech-
es, pose for pictures with local
candidates, keep smiling and be
composed when thousands of peo-
ple crowd his path.
The Labor Day weekend saw
Democratic nominee Kennedy
come to Michigan for a series of
speeches, rallies and "getting down
to the people."
After a speech before the Old
City Hall in downtown Detroit, the
handshaking and oratory moved
to the State Fair, Pontiac, Flint
and by air to Muskegon.
The pace of' campaigning
through, tight schedules and
crushing crowds will pick up as
election day approaches. Kennedy
and Nixon will both use the same
technique of campaigning in an
effort to touch those voters who
make up their minds after pulling
the voting curtain.
DAILY
PHOTO
FEATURE
Photographs and Story
by DAVE G I LTROW

specific

dates

to be

announced, JANUARY

15-21

with the school of music
OPERA to be announced
MARCH 3, 4; 7, 8; 10, 11

MORE AHEAD-Kennedy boards a plane at
Flint, taking him to Muskegon for another
rally. His campaign staff and the news cor-
respondents covered the same route=in-two
other planes.

YOUNG GREETER--About 5,000 persons mob-
bed the airstrip at Metropolitan Airport wel-
coming Kenunedy, who flew in after winding
up an Alaska campaign stint. Even many who
are too young to vote were in the crowd that
rushed through police lines as the Democratic
candidate stepped off the plane.

MOLIERE'S

comedy of manners

SCHOOL FOR HUSBANDS
wednesday/saturday, APRIL 12-15
FRIEDRICH DUERRENMATT'S modern European drama
THE VISIT
wednesday/saturday, APRIL 26-29

all performances 8 P.M.

GRASSROOTS-Making four stops in the state in one day, Kennedy's strategy
was to see as many as possible at each stop. Above, he rides through a street with
Sen. Pat McNamara (D-Mich.) and Gov. and Mrs. G. Mennen Williams. Right,
Kennedy's firm paw in the universal pose of the campaigner. Below, Kennedy
makes rounds at the State Fair before a hop to Pontiac where he spoke at a picnc.

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Use mail order form at right for
SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS
INDIVIDUAL PRODUCTIONS:
"The Firstborn," Laboratory Opera,
Premiere: $1.00
"The Frogs": $1.25
"Purple Dust":
Thur. or Sun. $1.50 or $1.00
Fri. or Sat.: $1.75 or $1.25
"School for Husbands," "The Visit":
Wed. or Thur.: $1.50 or 1.00
Fri. or Sat.: $1.75 or $1.25
Opera:
Tue. or. Wed.: $1.75 or $1.25
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Mail order to UNIVERSITY PLAYERS, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Checks payable to UNIVERSITY PLAYERS. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope.
ENCLOSED FIND $ for (number) season subscriptions at the
regular price of (check one) $6.00 0, $4 00 Q, plus 25c for each ticket for each
starred Friday or Saturday performance I have checked below.
Total enclosed: $
PERFORMANCE PREFERENCES-indicate first (1) and second (2)

THE FIRSTBORNt
Wednesday, Oct. 19 --
Thursday, Oct. 20 -
Friday, Oct. 21
Saturday, Oct. 22 -H RG
THE FROGS
Thursday, Nov. 3 ----.
Friday, Nov. 4 -
Saturday, Nov. 5 ---
LABORATORY OPERAt
Thursday, Nov. 17
Friday, Nov. 18
Saturday, Nov. 19

PREMIERE PERFORMANCEt
Check above if you wish a
coupon entitling you to a
ticket for the Premiere Per-
formance of an original play,
to be performed during the
week of Jan. 15-21. Spe-
cific dates to be announced.
*Please note that starred
Friday and Saturday per-
formances are 25c addi-
tional for each ticket for
each one you select PIeoe

OPERA
Friday, March 3 *
Saturday, March 4
Tuesday, March 7
Wednesday, March 8 --
Friday, March 1 -*
Saturday, March 11 -
SCHOOL FOR HUSBANDS
Wednesday, April 12 ---
Thursday, April 13 -
Friday, April 14 *
Saturday, April 15 -

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