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vi THE MICHIGAN DAILY Si

Accept Homecoming Displays

Doe Considers American Drama Form

By LINDA REISTMAN
Plans for this year's Homecom-
ing, "Roman Rampage" are well
underway after the announcement
of the acceptance of petitions by
the Homecoming Central Com-
mittee.
Ken Weaver, '62, chairman of
the display committee said that
this year's procedure was different
than last year in order to avoid
accusations of favoritism such as
were leveled at the committee by
two housing units last year.
The petitions were each num-
bered as they were distributed,
with the name of the housing
unit appearing only on the title
page. The title pages were removed
upon submission, leaving only the
number on the body of the form
underconsideration.
Serving as judges were: Jan
Eberly, '61, Weaver, co-chairman
of the display committee; Myra
Goines, '61, president of Assembly
Association; Barbara Greenberg,
'61, president of Panhellenic; Dan

Rosemergy, '61 president of
Quadrangle Council; and
Trost, '61, President of
Fraternity Council.

Inter-
John
Inter-

the Spoils"; Adams, "Jupiter,
Lightning Back of Michigan."
Gomberg, "Eat, Drink and Be
Merry, for Today You Shall Die";
Delta Delta Delta, "Ve-See-Vi-Us
Vinning"; Jordan, "Let's Harness
the Golden Gophers"; Alpha Xi
Delta, "Hot Time in Old Town
Tonight"; Alpha Delta Pi, "To
the Victors Go the Spoils."
Sigma Alpha Mu, "I Have Come.
To Bury the Gopher"; Zeta Tau
Alpha, "Render Unto Michigan
What is Michigan's"; Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, "Michigan has No
Match"; Tau Kappa Epsilon, "The
Die is Cast"; Zeta Beta Taus "Ben
Wolverine."
Accepted Petitions
Alpha Gamma Delta, "Render
Unto Michigod"; Sigma Kappa,
"W o l v e ri n e s Breed Double
Trouble"; Lamba Chi Alpha, "Yon
Michigan has a Lean and Hungry
Look"; Scott House, "I am Here
to Spear Him Not to Spare Him";
Adelia Cheever, "I Come To Bury
Minnesota."
Hinsdale House "We're Here to
Bury the Gophers; Not to Praise
Them"; Henderson House, "We
Come to Bury Gophers - Not to
Raise 'em"; Delta Sigma Phi, "The
Decline and Fall of the Roman
Empire or Hi Hun"; Pi Lambda
Phi, "The Fall of the 'Gopher'
Empire."
List Acceptances
Alpha Delta Phi "Et Tu Michi-
gan"; Sigma Delta Tau, "Et Tu,
Gophers (Ate Two Gophers)" Vic-
tor Vaughan, "Nero Fiddled Too";
Delta Gamma, "Bumpus Fiddles
While Minnesota Burns"; Alpha
Epsilon Phi, "We Don't Fiddle
round"; Phi Kappa Tan, "Michi-
gan Fiddles While Minnesota
Burns."
Mosher, "Victory For Michigan";
Phi Sigma Sigma, "Quo Vadis,
Gopher"; Trigon, "Quo Vadis,
Citellus (Where Goest Thou,
Gopher?)"; Evans Scholars "They
Came, We Saw, We Conquered";
Lloyd, "I Came, I Saw, I Con-
quered"; Couzens, "Veni, Vidi,
Vici."
Cooley, "Beware the Ides of
October"; Stockwell, "The Winged
Victory of Michigan"; Chi Omega,
"Butchered To Make a Roman
Holiday"; Van Tyne, "Fuel For

Name Displays
Accepted petitions and their
sponsoring houses were:
Greene, "Minnero fiddled while
Michigan Blazed to Victory;"
Allen-Rumsey, "Veni, Vidi, Vici";
Kappa Alpha Theta, "Bust Min-
nesota"; Reeves House, "Praeda
Victoribus-To the Victors Belong
Group To Discuss
Fellowship Study
"Coordination and Evaluation of
Graduate Foreign Language and
Area Fellowship Programs" will
be the subject of a conference to
be held here today through Tues-
day.
Prof. Albert H. Marckwardt,
acting director of the English
Language Institute, will lead the
conference which will include
representatives of government
agencies, private foundations and
educational institutions admin-
istering language and area pro-
grams.

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Continuous
From
1 o'clock

Dji'katmeTMp o Stat i'
THE KIND OF DARKNESS YOU
MUST NEVER BE AFRAID OF
..THE KIND OF BROAD.
4. WAY HIT-PLAY THAT
BECOMES A BOMB
~: SHELL ON THE
SCREEN!
si4mfg TECHNICOLOR from WARNER BROS.m
D o- Ijo(IIID EVE AREN- ANGEL A lANSBUJRY -SHIRLEY KNIGHT
with LEE KINSOLYINGPENNEY PARKER Music byMax Stener
ETon h play by WIIAM INGE - Produced on the stage by SAINT-SUBER and ELA AZAN
Produced by MICHAEL GARRISON- Directed by DELBERT MANN"

Victory"; Winchell, "Michigan
Lays Siege To the Gophers";
Alice Lloyd, "Minnesotae Sub-
mite."
Theta Delta Chi
Theta Delta Chi, "Roman Jus-
tice"; Kappa Delta, "By Jove, The
Fates Are With Us"; Kelsey,
"Hannibal Crossing the Alps to
'take the Gophers Scalps"; Sigma
Nu, "Hannibal Crossing the Alps";
Sigma Phi Epi.lson, "The Odds of
the Gods"; Collegiate Sorosis,
"Trojan's Column."
Geddes, "Michischewitz, XVIII
P e r c e n t u m"; Mary Markley,
"Michigan has the 'Gaul' to Divide
Minnesota into Three Parts"; Phi
Kappa Psi, "Roman Law Decrees";
Kappa Sigma, "Please Mr. Caesar,
I Don't Wanna Go!"; Huber,
"Victor Wolverines."
Tau Delta Phi
Tau Delta Phi, "Sacrifice to the
Gods"; Wenley, "To Victory";
Delta Upsilon, "They Came, They
Saw, We Conquered"; Alpha Tau
Omega, "The Slaughter"; Theta
Chi, "Illegitime Non Carborun-
dum"; Williams House, "Their
Time is Up"; Taylor, "Alhay Otay
Ethay Ictorsvay Aihay.
Alpha Phi, "We're Roman' All
Over Your Ruins"; Tau Epsilon
Phi, "Vulcan Vooms Gohpers";
Fredrick, "Throw Them To the
Wolverines"; Phi Gamma Delta,
"Grinditus Gopherus Polyphemus
(The Gopher Grinder)."
Strauss, "Thumbs Up for Michi-
gan"; Chicago, "If you Drink,
Don't Drive"; Phi Epsilon Pi,
"Michigan Taps Minnesota"; Pi
Beta Phi, "For'em in the Forum";
and Phi Kappa Sigma, "Mighty
Michigan at the Bridge."
Program-,I
Notes
Monologue comedian Shelly Ber-
man will appear at 8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in Ann Arbor High School
Aud.
Berman has made two "best
selling" records, "Inside Shelly
Berman" and "Outside Shelly Ber-
man". He recently recorded a third
in the same vein entitled "On the
Edge of Shelly Berman."
The show will also feature a
group of folk song stylists "The
Cumberland Three." Tickets cost
$4.50, $3.50, $2.75, $2.25 and $1.75.
. * ',
The Dramatic Arts Center is
presenting an experimental film
of Franz Kafka's "Metamorphosis"
at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at
the Ann Arbor Public Library. The
film was made about ten years
ago by an Ann Arbor group.
This is the first 'in a series of
drama and experimental film pro-
grams offered by the DAC. This
first event is free and open to
the public but subsequent events
will be open onlyto members.
Membership dues are $1 or $1
for students.
* 4' *
Mike Seeger will present a pro-
gram of folk music at 8:30 p.m.
Friday in the Union Ballroom.
The event is sponsored by the
Folklore Society. Tickets are 90
cents.
* * *
The Ann Arbor Association's
first show of the season, "Octet
Plus One" will be at Rackham
Galleries through Oct. 21.
A program consisting of the first
two suites of six composed for
Violoncello by Johann Bach, will
be presented by Oliver Edel at
4:15 p.m. Tuesday, in Aud. A,
Angell Hall.
* * 4
The disappearance of the tradi-
tional military hero in the modern
armed forces will be explained
by Prof. Morris Janowitz, on a
University television program en-
titled "Professional Soldier," to be

;presented at 9 a.m. today on
WXYZ-TV.
Prof. Janowitz believes that two
new types of military men have
replaced the hero. One is the
military manager whose organiza-
tion skill makes him able to
develop world wide policies and
troop transport plans, the other,
the military technician.
The actual amount of freedom
presently allowed under the Con-
stitutional guarantee of freedom
of speech will be discussed on
a television program called "Free-
dom of Speech," at noon today on
WWJ-TV,
Host Prof. George Peek and
Edward Ennis, General Counsel
of the American Civil Liberties
Union, will discuss the question
first from the standpoint of Su-
preme Court cases, and then will
examine the problem areas today.
They will conclude with an ex-
planation of the activities of the
American Civil Liberties Union.

GOVERNORS:
S.
Unit Hears
Lewis Talk
On Housing
By SUSAN FARRELL
The members of the Student
Governors Program of the Alumni
Association met yesterday with
James A. Lewis, University vice-
president for student affairs, to
discuss off-campus housing.
"The University-as well as the
community - must take the re-
sponisbiity for the life and 1lit~
safety of students who live/ in
off-campus housing," Lewis said.
The great demand for apart-
ments has leveled off in the last
few years, he said. The increase
in students seeking apartments
each year is tapering off because
the University is growing more
slowly. Thus, landlords are obliged
to be more competitive due to re-
cently erected apartment build-
ings.
Work for Improvement .
"We should take advantage of
the situation and work now for
better off-campus housing," Lewis
said.
He advocated a city ordinance
requiring landlords renting to
more than two students to register
with the city. This would make
possible a more comprehensive city
inspection program.
Alumni Contacts
The student governors are Uni-
versity students appointed to the
program by their home town
alumni club to keep the alumni In
contact with student activities and
interests and to stimulate "alum-
ni- consciousness" in the student
body.
They are planning publication
of a brochure on the relative prices:
and conditions of off-campus
housing, describing favorable and
unfavorable contract terms and
advising students on the "things
to look for" before renting an
apartment.
GOTHIC FILM SOCIETY
Ingmar Bergman's
THE
NAKED NIGHT
("Sawdust & Tinsel")
(Sweden, 1954)
and
PALLE ALONE
I THE WORLD
(Henning-Jensens,
Denmark, 1951)
Monday, Oct. 10, at 8 p.m., in
Rackham Amphitheatre. This is'
the first of a series of 10 film
programs; admission is by sub-
scription only. A full subscrip-
tion Ito all 10 programs costs
$5.00; the cost is pro-rated for
late joine~s. Subscriptions are
available before the showings.
For further information, call NO
2-6685.

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IN PERSON
W OODY HERMAN
HOMECOMING
Saturday,
Oct. 22
.$3.50 per couple

DIAL NO 2-6264
YOU, TOO, WILL SAY
IT'S WONDERFUL!

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TICKETS ON SALE BEGINNING
onday, Oct. 10-10 A.M.-3 P.M.
Diag * Engine Arch

Union'

Undergrad

JOHN F. KENNEDY DANCE
Attending Will Be
FRANK SINATRA
MAHALIA JACKSON
.ndn other H ollvwood stors

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