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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WS TIROS 11: C D
Cross DIscu
Scientists Await Return On Dead Se
Instruments In BalloonLONIEKIRALDI

sses Progress
a Scroll Studies
essor
era-
;poke
g the
h on
goes
le o-
o be
,imed
were
and
cen
into
the
Has-
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: are
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f the
id.
: the
first
ts' of
eriod
n by
their
laeo-
evi- FRANK MOORE CROSS
1.11 ... Essene origins
sects
the in the second century B.C. as a
from new Israel and flourished in the
1 Es- desert of the Dead Sea for the
the next two centuries. Their manu-
sect, scripts date from the middle of
ished the second century and through
-- the Herodian period.
Prof. Cross delivered the first
of the fourth annual Zwerdling
Lectures in Old Testament Stu-
dies. The second lecture will be
given at 4:15 p.m. today in Ad.
A., Angell Hall, and will be on
"The Qumran (Dead Sea) Scrolls."
sub- Prof. Cross is curator of the
other Harvard Semitic Museum and he is
also associated with the work of
the Harvard Center for Middle
.tions Eastern Studies. He teaches in the
rvice Harvard Divinity School.
rveys Earlier Zwerdling lecturers have
have included Prof. Ernest Wright of
Harvard, Prof. E. A. Speiser of
cen- Pennsylvania and W. F. Albright
Cen- of John Hopkins.
De- He is one of a restricted inter-
tures, national team of scholars who has
and been traveling to Palestine to de-
and cipher the Dead Sea scrolls.
higan
eI-HANDEL'S WORK:
nsion
Choral Union.
sub-
who Highlight% "
llege,
n the The University Choral Union,
spon- conducted by Lester McCoy, will
Cation
uing feature oratorio soloists in the
annual "Messiah" concert at 8:30
p.m. Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sun-
very- day at Hill Aud.
story Soloists in the traditional per-
must formance will be Phyllis Curtin,
onths New York City Opera Soprano;
dards Evelyn Bean, contralto, an alum-
1 the nae of the music school; Walter
Carringer, a tenor who has sung
spon- with the experimental opera
pplied theatre under the auspices of the
New Orleans Opera; Donald Bell,
ffered basso, who appeared with the
igned Philadelphia Orchestra last sea-
whose son in the Bach Christmas Ora-
col- torio. Standing room tickets only
eret- are available at the Hill Aud. box
times office.
uyft Kismet To Open
y re- The MUSKET production of the
eceive broadway musical "Kismet" wil
open a four day-run Nov. 30 a
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
udent Shows are scheduled for 8:30 p.m

Uni- Wednesday through Saturday
ssible with a matinee at 2:36 p.m. Satur-
ation day. A cast of 62 students wil
xten- participate in the MUSKET1
(Michigan Union Show, Ko-Eds
given Too) musical, which describes the
er in rise to fortune of Haji, an Arabian
from beggar-poet. Backed by a 32-piec
en by orchestra, the largest assembled
for a University student produc
CTURE IN JOURNALISM
D. EAST
TAL PAPER," Petal, Miss.
MAGNOLIA JUNGLE"
II speak on:
v Man of Distinction"
Rackham
Amphitheatre

COLLEGE ROUND-UP:*
Frosh Begin
U.S. Reverses Decision; Student Stays Petitioning
BEKLY (UPS) -- T h e v-
United States Immigration Ser- would attend all functions at the and the existing Armed forces in- F
vice decided last Tuesday ;not to host college, and then report: his stallation and an effort to "keep f ree en
order John Johnston, Scottish impressions for his own paper. open avenues of communication."
graduate student at the University College Editors Guild was found- They also urged President Dwight Petitioning for Frosh Weekend
of California, out of the country ed this fall by the editors of Tripod D. Eisenhower not to commit his Central Committee chairmanship:
for his activities in picketing the and Argus with the understanding successor "irrevocably" on the ntrnl oe.
hearings of the House Un-Ameri- the problems of mutual interest Cuban issue. opens today.
Intresedfreshmen may obtain
can Activities Committee in San could best be aired by a uniform Peter Livingtson, President of petitions and make appointment
Francisco last spring. editorial effort. the HRLU, explained the aim of for interviews at the Undergrad
Charles J. Bechie, regional im- The Guild plans to use its in- the petition is to remind the ftervie at the Unde
migration d i r e c t o r, announced fluence as a lobbying body for government that "sentiment exists League. Petitioning and inter-
that Johnston's case had been national issues and as a clearing which is opposed to the course the viewing close Jan. 6.
"carefully reconsidered" because house for local problems affecting United States is taking. There will be a mass meeting
his departure would be a loss to member colleges. for all those wishing to participate
the university program. Also members, but unable to in Frosh weekend at 7:30 p.m
The original ruling against attend the meeting, are the news- h a erG rouF tonight in the Hussey Room in th
Johnston upheld the view that it papers at Williams College and tLeague.
was "out of line for a foreign Vassar College. Chairmen are also needed for
student to picket a committee of . Meets Today tickets, awards and ondges.
the United States Congress." The activities will again be set
Johnston is a biophysicist and CAMBRIDGE (UPS) -- An esti- The Ann Arbor Civic Theater up in the two separate teams, blue
has been a teaching and research mated 250 students from Harvard will hold a meeting today, at 8 p.m. and maize, which will compete
associate, as well as a graduate College and Radcliffe College in the community room of the Ann throughout the weekend.
student, at California since 1956. signed a four point petition last Ann Arbor High School for all
week taking the United States those interesed.
Cuban policy to task. It will be a general membership
HARTFORD (UPS) -- Editors The petition, sponsored by the meeting, featuring a panel dis-
and staff members of four college Harvard-Radcliffe Liberal Union, cussion on "The Problems of Pro-
newspapers met at Trinity Univer- calls for an end to the "ill-con- ducing a Play in Community,
sity recently to organize a College ceived" embargo, "willingness to Theater." The meeting will be DIAL NOQ8-6416
epresntaives of the Trinity negotiate" over Guantanamo Bay followed by a coffee hour.
Tripod, Wesleyan Argus. Smith ---
Sophian and the Connecticut Conn3
Censu onutlieCne cu lB'NA1 B'R ITH H ILLEL 'FOUNDATION
policies on various national and presents
local issues.IM l L
The students agreed to support a-Ir0 " 'I I iIO T~ ii
the Youth Peace Corps concept
proposed by Sen. Hubert Hum- third lecture in the series
phrey (D-Minn) and endorsed by "A KOOK AT THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
President-elect John F. Kennedy
in the last session of Congress. IN AMERICA"
The Youth Peace Corps would with guest speaker: PHI LIP E. CONVERSE
permit qualified American youths Study Director, Survey Research Center
to travel to underdeveloped coun-
tries as social workers, technical WED., Nov. 30 8 P.M. 1429 Hill St.
advisors and teachers, in lieu of
military service.
Lawrence Grow, editor of the
Argus, proposed a study of ad-
missions policies at member col- Seminar Of Religious Faith -
leges. He also suggested a review
of social stratifications and limita-
tions of minority groups.
The group also discussed the lern
role of college public relations, S IN'A Q o an
merits " of reading periods prior
to examinations, trimester versus
the four-course curriculum, hous- Ry
ing and pressures, fraternities and (I.OLOSING
compulsory chapel. TuesdaNoy. 29,4:15 P.Ms
The colleges planned to ex- *y,Nscruples!
change staff members for a three-
day period. The exchange Keporter Leader: SANTOKH SI NGH ANANT,
Officer of Sikh Diwan Society
Research Assistant, Dept. of Psychology
Guest Soloists LANE HALL '
" 1~-

essiah' concert
tion, the cast will present show
tunes which include "Baubles,
Bangles and Beads" and "Stranger
in Paradise." Tickets are available
at Lydia Mendelssohn box office.
Lectures To Begin
The fourth annual Zwerdling
Lectures In Old Testament Studies
will present Frank Moore Cross,
Jr., professor of Semitic languages
and literatures at Harvard Univer-
sity speaking on "Essene Origins"
at 4:15 p.m. today in Aud. A,
Angell Hall. Sponsored by the Near
Eastern Studies department, the
annual lecture series is named
for Mr. and Mrs. Osias Zwerdling
of Ann Arbor.
Quintet To Play
The University Woodwind Quin-
tet will offer a concert at 8:30 p.m.
today in Rackham Lecture Hall.
The program will include works
by Mozart, Bassett, Danzi, Alabiev,
t Milhaud, and Jongen,
]_Organization
NOVEMBJER 29, 1980
German Club, Coffee Hour, Nov. 30,
1 3:30-5 p.m., 4072 VB.
e * * *.
Hillel Fdn., Nov 30, 8 p.m., 1429 Hill.
Speaker: Philip E. Converse, Study
- DirectorSurvey Research Center, 'How
Jews Vote."
*
Rifle Club, Meeting, Nov. 30, 7:30
p.m., Range. Practice for match with
MSU.
u* *-S
Senior Board, Order caps and gowns
for Feb. graduation from Moe's Sport
Shops. 711 N. Univer. between 8:30 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m.,Mondays through Satur-
days.
Uller Ski Club, Meeting, Nov. 29,
Union 3 KLM, 7:30 p.m.
Wesley Fdn., Holy Communion, Chapel
followed by Breakfast, Pine Room, Nov.
30, 7 a.m., Chapel, lat. Meth. Church.
Women's Senate, Meeting, Nov. 29,
4:15 p.m. League.

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THE B'NAI B'RITH H I LLEL FOUNDATION
and the
STUDENT ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
present
THE EICHMANN CASE
ITS LEGAL AND MORAL IMPLICATIONS
guest speaker:B
PROFESSOR SPENCER KIMBALL
of the University of Michigan, Law'School

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Sunday, Dec. 4

8 P.M.

Hillel - 1429 Hill St.

ALL ARE WELCOME

Your time is
running out!

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Christmas Hours
at Chester Roberts Gifts*
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8:30 A.M. until 9:00 P.M. 4
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

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