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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

mon, Company To Present New Work

Abrams, Miller Deplore
Lack of Thinking on SGC

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By DEBORAH BEATTIE
Jose Limon and his company
who have become America's am-
bassadors of contemporary dance,
will premiere a new contemporary
jazz work, "I, Odysseus" when
they perform Feb. 9 at Hill Aud.
In "I, Odysseus," which was
first seen last summer in tryout
at the Connecticut Dance Festival,
Limon uses a whole new phase of
advanced jazz movement to tell an
old tale from Homer.
In addition to the Jazz work,
Limon will perform "The Moor's
Pavenne" and "Night Spell."
"Moor's Pavenne" which is con-
sidered Limon's masterwork is
based on Shakespeare's "Othello"
and portrays the tragedy of Every-
man.
Inner World
"Night Spell" deals with the
inner world of the sleeper and the
conflict between love and fear
enacted within the unconscious.
Limon, who has won world-wide
acclaim for his artistry has per-
formed during recent seasons in
Buenos Aires, Lima, Berlin, War-
saw, Lisbon, London and Paris
touring for the state department's
International Program for Cul-
turalePresentations.
After his tour in Europe and
Latin America Limon said, "today
dance speaks an international)
language that leaps all barriers.
What I want to do is give an
audience an unforgettable exper-
ience. Dance should ge a com-
munication."
New York Show
The celebrated dancer and his
company will appear in Ann Ar-
bor after a performance at the
Lincoln Center in New York. His
was the first American dance
7 company to be invited to perform
at New York's new performing
arts theatre.
Limon's philosophy concerning
the arts is that "the arts shoul
elevate and enoble-nothing less.
Modern dance delves into man's
dilemma, his struggle with -the
duality of good and evil. The
drama, tragedy, nobility and vio-
lence in man's nature all concern
today's choreographer.'"
In addition to his performance
as part of the Professional Thea-
tre Program's Great Artists Series,
Jazz Program
Set by Honors
The Honors Steering Committee
has scheduled a free jazz concert
and discussion at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day in Aud. A.
On the program will be a live
jazz presentation, with interspers-
ed commentary by the musicians.
Heading the list of performing mu-
sicians will be Stuart Aptekar, '64,
an honors student.
The program is the first of its
kind ever sponsored by a Univer-
sity department. If successful, oth-
er offerings of a similar nature will
follow, according to a committee
spokesman.

Limon will give a master class Feb.
8 in Waterman Gymnasium. The
University dance department has
joined with the PTP in the spon-
sorship of the company.
The box' office for the Limon
performance will open at 10 a.m.
Monday. The dance program will
replace the appearance by the
late Charles Laughton originally
scheduled for the same date.

By RICHARD KELLER SIMON
"Student Government Council's
problem is a basic refusal to
think," according to Council mem-
ber Howard Abrams, '63, in a
memorandum to SGC.
Council member Kenneth Mil-
ler, '64, in a similar memorandum,
says that lack of agreement among
members has created SGC's basic
failing-inability to consolidate
and use student power.
Both statements have been sub-
mitted for consideration at next
Wednesday's SGC meeting.u,
Abrams explains that "refusal to
think" applies to three main
points: 1) SGC has never specif-
ically defined its purpose or rea-
sons for existence, 2) Council does
not know what it ought to be
doing, and 3) SGC members do
not take the time or trouble to
examine ideas, or to listen to each
other or to most debate at meet-
ings.
Miller says that the "one area
where there should be perfect
agreement among elected members
of SGC is the need for actual de
facto student power. A member
who does not believe that is being
dishonest in sitting on SGC."
Once Council obtains the au-
thority, he maintains, it should
then consider its use. To avoid
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arguing "in a vacuum" controver-
sy must be based "on a founda-
tion of agreement."
Miller cites student economic
welfare as an area where SGC
should exercise its influence.
Both Abrams and Miller have
requested the executive committee
to place an informal discussion of
"What is wrong with SGC?" on
the agenda.
New Dormitories
Planned for MSU
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING-Two new $6
million co-educational dormitor-
ies are in the works for Michigan
State University, according to
MSU Secretary Jack Breslin.
The new buildings, which will
be under construction by May,
have scheduled completions set
for the fall of 1964. They will
bring the number of co-ed hous-
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