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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PROGRAM NOTES: CAMPld Contest
ws, Expands Marceau To Perform; Eliminations Pr
a nPlan O'Casey Drama For Choirs Oii

T h e internationally famous
French pantomimist, Marcel Mar-
ceau, will appear in the third of
the University Platform Attrac-
tion series at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow
in'Hill Aud.'
The program will consist of In-
terpretations of comic and tragic
episodes taken from daily life and
portrayed in pantomime by "the
wordless wonder."
Tickets are on sale at the box
office.
Purple Dust . .
The University speech depart-
ment will present Sean O'Casey's,
"The Purple Dust," a "Wayward
comedy," at 8 p.m. Thursday
through Sunday, Dec. 8-11, at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Tickets are now on sale at the
box office.
The play is directed by Prof.
Hugo Z. Norton with scenic design
by Prof. Ralph W. Duckwall, Jr.,
both of the speech department,
and costume design by Zelma
Weisfeld.
Rose Tattoo . .
The Ypsilanti Players will pre-
sent Tennessee Williams' "The
Rose Tattoo," at 8:30 p.m. Friday
and Saturday at the Quirk Theatre
on the Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity campus.
Director Alan Schreiber, of Ann
Arbor, will present Miss Susan
Burris, Maria D'Emitio, Penny
Jones, Adelaide Suits, Judith
Novarro, and Jo Lohman, all of
whom are familiar to Ann Arbor
audiences from Playbill and Civic
Theatre productions.
Messiah . ..
The University's radio station,
WUOM-FM, will present a direct
broadcast of highlights from
George Frederick Handel's "Mes-
siah" being produced by the
University Choral Union at 2:30
p.m. today in Hill Aud,
Guest soloists will be Phyllis
Curtin, soprano; Evelyn Beal, con-
tralto; Walter Carringer, tenor;
and Donald Bell, bass. Lester Mc-
Coy of the music school is the
director.
U Orchestra - -
The University orchestra, under
the direction of Josef Blatt, will
present Hector Berlioz' "Roman
Carnival Overtur'e," Bela Bartok's
"Concerto for Ochestra," and
Ludwig van Beethoven's seventh
symphony at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
The program will be broadcast
live over WOUM-FM.
Poetry Reading,.
American poet W.S. Merwin will
present a public reading of his
poems at 4:10 p.m. Wednesday in
Aud. A. +
Merwin, is the author of a num-
ber of books of verse and has
made a translation of "Le Cid." He
is presently on a tour of Michi-
gan colleges and universities,
Bach Recital . .
Prof. Oliver Edel, of the music
school, cellist of the Stanley Quar-
tet, will present a Bach recital
with commentary at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday in Aud. A.
He will play Suites V, in C
minor, and V, in D major.
Organ Concert ..,.
Fernando Germani, organist at
Realtor Announces
Council Candidacy
Harry K. Remnant, 26-year-old
Ann Arbor realtor, announced his
candidacy for a City Council seat
representing the First Ward. The
seat is being vacated by Harold
J. McKercher. Both are Republi-
cans.

the Vatican and St. Peter's Basili-
ca in Rome, will present a public
concert at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, in
Hill Aud.
Among the numbers he will
play are: "Tocatta No. 7," by M.
Rossi; "Passcaglia No. 5," and
Battala Imperial," by Juan B. J.
Cabanilles; "Fantasia in forma di
eco," by J. Sweelinck; "Concerto

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MARCEL MARCEAU
... famed mimic
in E-flat major," "Fantasie and
Fugue in A minor," and "Sonata
in G major (No. 6)" by J. S. Bach.
Leadership. .
Prof. Alvin Zandor, director of
the research center for group dy-
namics will make some suggestions
for committee leaders on "Com-
mittee Leadership," to be pre-
sented on the University's pro-
gram 'Speak Up,' today at 9 a.m.
over television station WXYZ-TV,
Prof. N. Edd Miller, of the
speech department will be host to
Mary Jane Morris, Grand Rapids
attorney and former secretary of
,the Federal Communications Com-
mission; C. H. Mullen, vice-
president of a Kalamazoo bank;
and John Burton, education re-
presentative for region IA of the
United Automobile Workers Union.
Broadcasts...
Biblical scholar W. F. Albright
will discuss "Moses" and "Samuel"
in two WUOM rebroadcasts this
week, on Tuesday, December 6,
and Wednesday, Dec. 7, respec-
tively, at 1 p.m.
Organization
Notices
December 4, 1960
..Am. Rocket Soc., Meeting, Dec. 6,
7:30 p.m., 2084 East Engineering.
Speaker: R. Ritohie, Bendix Corp. Re-
search Lab., "Soviet Rocket Propul-
sion."
* C
Congregational Disc. E & R Stud.
Guild, Fireside on Mid-Winter Retreat,
7 p.m., Dec. 4; Grad. Group, 8 pan.,
Dec. 5; 524 Thompson,
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Stud. Club,
MessiahSupper," p.m.; Devotions,
Fellowship, Dec. 4, 1511 Washtenaw..

JAZZ-TONIGHT
8:30-11:30 P.M.
Omar Cloy-Bob James
Trio
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