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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poet Traces Origin,
Destruction of Dada

By MARJORIE BRAHMS
Dada, an anti-art movement
which "destroys' - and stops at
that," seemed to coincide with Bol-
shevism in four areas of Europe,
Prof. Christopher Middleton, Brit-
ish poet and critic of German lit-
erature, said yesterday.
Tracing the history of Dada
from 1916 until its,. destruction in
1925, Prof. Middleton said Bolshe-
ism and Dada both taunted mid-
dle-class values. Dada's nihilism
covered moral, social, economic,
scientific and political structures,
but it is not agreed if it had a so-
cial revolutionary side.
In Zurich, Switzerland, the first
center of Dada, a diversified group
of Dadists established themselves
in a cafe near Lenuns nome, with
the stated purpose of breaking up
middle-class values. However,
there seemed to be no recognition
by these people of Lenin, Middle-
ton noted.
In October, 1917, the Bolsheviks
were in control of the Russian
government, but there was not
much political content 'then in
Dada.
In 1919, Berlin, a second area of
Dadaism, was filled with men, mu-
tilated by the war, who wanted a
revolution. It is in a background
of violence that we are to view
Berlin Dada, Prof. Middleton com-
mnented.
the young Berlin Dada writers
were strongly opposed to the
bloody violence of the times; they
were the first in Europe to experi-
ence horror and rebellion.
Berlin Dada in 1,925 was a break-
through from Ahe narrow, self im-
portant milie of art which had no
responsibility to man to the pur-
poseful art of revolutionary tasks.
In Cologne, Germany, a third
center of Dada, Johannes Baar-
geld, Max Ernst, and Hans Arp
wanted complete creative auton-
omy for Dada. In a 1920 exhibition'
their provocation of the existing
order was expressed in poems, the
obscenity and subversion of which
caused the police to intervene.
However, the police could not find
subversion, only obscenity. '
In Paris, the fourth center of
Dada, the movement developed
Choral Union
Petiioning Set
New applications for the Univer-
sity Choral Union membership
may be obtained for the 1962-63
season at the office of Lester Mc-
Coy, conductor, in Hill Auditor-
ium, Rm. 111, Thursday and Fri-
day from 9-12.
The University Choral Union
will perform traditional Messiah,
concerts, Dec. 1 and 2 and will par-
ticipate in the 70th annual May
Festival, performing choral works
with the Philadelphia Orchestra
and guest conductor, Thor John-
son..
Members who participated this
year may apply during the first
week of school next fall at the
Univ. Musical Society, Burton
Tower.

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ARTS & LETTERS
Concertmaster Recalls
High Points of Career
By JEFFREY K. CHASE
taught him to understand and ap-
Anshel Brusilow, concertmaster preciate it. "TV will become an im-
of the Philadelphia Orchestra, is portant part of the musical world,"
unique because he is so young to he says.
hold such an important position. Although he has many invita-
Although only 33 years of age, tions, Brusilow rarely concertizes.
he has had much experience. Since He explains that his other activi-
childhood he always wanted to ties keep him too busy for his solo
play in an orchestra, especially the work. But he says his ultimate am-
Philadelphia. He bought records bition is to become a symphony
and orchestral scores and played orchestra conductor.
the violin parts along with those Even though he studied at a con-
in the recordings. This, he notes, servatory, Brusilow considers a
has proved invaluable to his career, university a more benficial place
After graduating from the Curtis for a musician to study. In order

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of the Cleveland Orchestra, under
George Szell, and now holds his
present position with the Phila-
delphia Orchestra.
The experience of having played
a large repertoire is necessary, be-
cause often there is little or no
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to keep up with the modern world,
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CHRISTOPHER MIDDLETON
poetry, Dada
from 1920:22.
Between 4921 ard 1922 there was
a split in the French Dadaists, in
which Dada finally lost hold on
many adherents. To Andre Breton,
French poet, Dada was A "self-ne-
gating" movement, "anti-art in the
service of sterile agitation," as he
called it.
Prof. Middleton concluded by
pointing out that Bolshevism in
Dada was most prominent in Ber-
lin. On the overall, Dada's negation
of all consoling myths accelerated
its own decay, and Pada petered
out about the same time as Com-
munism became totalitarian.
Middleton R
On Personal
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Brusilow is conductor of the
Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, (Continued from Page 1)
an organization composed of 40'
members, many from the Philadel- Fund for the Advancement of Ed-
phia Orchestra. On his weekly tele- ucation and conducts sponsored
vision program, "Portraits in Mu- research programs in special edu-
sic," he interviews noted musical cation, educational psychology,
personalities, who then perform, and audio-visual education.
He considers television an im- Through the liberal arts college
portant medium of communica- students may participate in travel
tion, citing Leonard Bernstein as tour for credit, lecture series, or
an example of a man who has used a training program for prospective
television to introduce fine music junior college teachers.
to the common layman and has An adult education 'livision was
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services over 4,000 students.
E ,xp'eriences Wayne's computing center con-
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By ELIZABETH ROEDIGER
English poet Prof. Christopher
Middleton read a series of poems
Monday, 'ranging from personal
experience to the problems of most
people.
Prof. Middleton, now teaching
'German at Texas University while
on leave from the University of
London, read from his new book,
'Torse 3.'
He began with 'The Thousand
Things,' a simple statement of the
intersection of present and past in
every day experiences. Prof. Mid-
dleton explained this idea, saying
that people today live not just in
the present, but in "multiple time."
Reading 'Without Shoes', a love
poem, Prof. Middleton comnmented
"I don't go in for love poems." It
consisted of a series of impressions,
meant to be read rapidly. "It goes
faster than I can read it," he
added.
The next poem 'Antiphon' dealt
wil'h a theme of sterility versus
fertility, love versus no love, being
versus not being. "The idea that it
were better not to be born is con-
trasted with the fact that one can-
not help being born because of the
light in people's eyes," Prof. Mid-
dleton explained.

man. students in study designing and
'The Sniff', "about a man sniff- machine use; and provides services
ing in a cafe while I was eating to the university and the Detroit
sausage", Prof. Middleton said, business and industrial conumu-
added humor to the reading. nity.
Humor appeared again in 'News Educational TV
from Norwood' about an imagin- The university owns and oper-
ary, immortal Prof. Palamedes ates an FM radio station. A tele-
"who dashes through reality with- vision studio originates programs
out colliding with anything." for the university and members {
Prof. Middleton's last poem An of the Detroit Educational Tele-
Englishman in Texas' was "trig- vision Foundation.
gered off by a poem by Prof. Don- Operation on a semester system,j
ald Hall about an American in the school bases tuition on the
Essex," he said. In using Prof. number of credit hours being tak-
Hall's poem, Prof. Middleton ex- en by therstudent. For fifteen
plained that he attempted to give ho , u '
a different impression, since being os, an undergraduate pays $26.
an Englishman in Texas is quite ditional $300.
a different thing than being an .
American in Essex Caught in the current financial
crisis, WSU has requested an op-
erating budget of $20.6 million for
Set CIosing Date the coming year. The request to-
tals $5 million more than the cur-
For Petitioniing rent appropriation. The increased
amount would be used in part to
Petitioning for full term posi- provide salary increases and ad-
tions on Joint Judic will close to- justments, since 1.9 per cent ad-
morrow. Au those interested can justment last year remains the
pick up petitions from Dean of only general salary adjustment
Men John Bingley's office. which has been possible since 1959.

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FOR RENT
MODERN APARTMENT for summer for
? or 4. Fully furnished and carpeted.
727 E. Kingsley, 665-7368. C??
CAMPUS AREA-Three rooms, clean,
cool apartment. 'Utilities included,
laundry facilities., Summer school
only. NO 5-9449. C38
FOR SUMMER RENT-One of the 30
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NEAR MARY MARKLEY - Five-room
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APARTMENT for two men for summer
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3-9614. 035
HILL AND STATE, 2 blocks from cam-
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ROOM THIS SUMMER for two more
men in modern air conditioned apart-
ment. 1336 Geddes, call 5-7303. C33
SUMMER APT. for 2. Modern, furnished .
close to campus. NO 5-0242 after 5. C32
SUMMER-Brand new 3-bedroom fur-
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For 4 or 5. Call NO 3-7541, Exts. 403,
637 or 740. C31
SINGLE ROOM for employed lady or
student. 340 S. Division. Call 2-0706.
C30
AVAILABLE JULY 1 after two-year oc-
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bath, off-street parking, antenna. NO
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laundry facilities. Summer school
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AIR CONDITIONED apartment for sum-
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SUMMER-Must rent, Modern 3-man
apartment. $105 month. 1309 S. U. NO
5-0122. C26
SUMMER-Two men needed for large
4-room apt. near campus. Reasonable
rent includes washing facilities. P$.
NO 5-0567. C25
APTS. FOR RENT ON HILL ST., FALL.
All furnished and utilities paid. 1 apt.
for 3 boys, 1 apt. for 2 boys, 1 apt.
for 4 boys. Call NO 8-9538 or 2-3512. C8
ON CAMPUS
Men: Pleasant rooms available for
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SUMMER-Men save money by living
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Call NO 2-7409. 08
SUMMER-Furn'd apt. for 3 or 4 with
parking. Close to campus. Call NO 2-
7409. C7
SUMMER SUBLET furnished modern 3-
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2%' ROOM APT., perfect for couple, or
single person. Available in June.
665-0432 after 5. 027
SUMMER-Redecorated apt. for three.
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C12
FOR RENT-attractive furn. apt. for
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1 yr. lease beginning June o Sept.
NO 3-2800. C10
701 SOUTH FOREST
FURNISHED single rooms for men
available June 15. Singles or doubles

available for fall. Refrigerator, off
street parking, weekly cleaning, two
blocks from campus. Call Mr. or Mrs.
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C24
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FURNISHED, MODERN, one - bedroom
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SUMMER-Large three-bedroom apart-
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E. LANSING, near campus Michigar
State. Colonial House fully furnished
Three large bedrooms, study, 3 bath-
rooms, June 15 to Sept, 1. $175 mo
Write Wrigley, 722 Glenhaven, East
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LARGE 6-ROOM, 4-man apartment for
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Completely furnished, Dishwasher
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MODERN 4-MAN APT. available for
summer. Central air conditioning
Two bedrooms, near campus. Reason-
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT on Hill St.
Summer. All furnished and utilities
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CONVENIENT, roomy apartment fo:
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5-0980 or come to 837 E. Univ. C4E
NEW APARTMENTS
Now renting for June 10 occupancy
2- and 3-bedroom furnished apts. at
1000 Dakland, Paneled living room,
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SINGLE APT. for summer. Near campus
NO 2-6128. C34
SUB-LEASE FOR SUMMER. Luxuriou
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SUMMER-Modern furnished 2 b
room apt. for 4, free air cond. 5-
ext. 2413 or 2414.
SUBLETTING FOR SUMMER: ha
some 5 rm. apt., near campus, i
for group or family. Reasona
5-0191.
SUMMER APT. for 2 or 3, on cam
Cheap. NO 5-0333.
TO RENT FOR THE SUM1MER.
furnished 2 bedroom, Air cond.
Beautiful location, cheap. Call
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self and save. Special rates for long
distance hauling. 59 Ecorse Road,
Ypsilanti. HU 2-4434. Open evenings
until 8 p.m. Sundays until noon. G6

SUMMER: FURN. HOUSE 4 bedrms.
garage. Call 3-4145, Ext. 0-44 or M-15
Cl
SUMMER SUBLET - Large furnishe
house near campus for 4. Reasonable
Call NO 2-4591, Ext. 1060. 04
APARTMEN'TS FOR RENT - Limite
number of efficiency one- and two
bedroom apts. available in May, June
July to students and faculty. Appl
at University Family Housing Office
2364 Bishop St,, North Campus. 662
3169 or 663-1511, Ext. 3569. C2
LARGE Modern furnished apt. 2 bdrm.
avail June 15. 721 Forest. 5-5942. C2
MODERN Summer Apartment for reni
Suitable for 4 people. 2 blocks fror
campus & hospital. NO 3-210,4. C1
BLOCK FROM CAMPUS
Newly furnished and redecorated apti
for summer or fall. Girls preferred
NO 3-7268. C1E
FOR RENT-For summer and 1962-6
school year. Six-room house unfur
nished with separate dining room,
Bath and a half and lovely screened
in porch. To four mature students o
family. NO 2-3932, mornings, earl
afternoon or early evenings. C
COEDS ONLYI--New Bldg. New nanisb
Mod. Furniture, Large Panelled livin
room, 3 Bdrms. Carpeting thrughou
Near campus. June-Sept. Call 665
7062 btwn. 5:00 and 7:30 P.M. C
MEN AND WOMEN STUDENT AP'S.-
New modern, furnished and unfur
nished 2-bedroom units now rentin
for summer and fall. Located 3 block
from campus across from Intramura
Bldg. 415 E. Hoover. Information 665
3220 weekday evenings. C2
ANN ARBOR'S BEST APARTMENT-
It has everything and is close t
everything. Call NO 5-4351. Summe
03
BRAND NEW 1-bedroom furnished de
lux apartments. Air conditioned, fo
2 or 3. NO 3-6357 for information. C3
TO RENT-Large modern furnished api
for 3. Laundry facilities, disposal ani
parking lot. Two blocks fromr campus
Available June 1. NO 3-7106 after
p.m. C3
GET IN THE SWIM
AT
HURON
TOWERS
Warm weather heralds the use
of our new swimming pool, sun
decks, and large private grounds
adjacent to public golf links.
We can furnish the apartment of
your choice . . . We bus our
tenants to campus, downtown,
and hospital area in our private
"Transporter." We heat and air-
condition your apartment. Shops
off the lobby, which include
Marilyn Mark Hair Stylists, Tro-
jan Laundry, and O'Grady Bar-
horr will Arp niir d ,aily',needs-

r
.

SUMMER
HI-Fl SALE

largest inventory of hi-fi
components being drasti-
cally reduced for summer.

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