THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Erie History Incumbent Creal Defends GOP Record
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en d s ascina tin g -- -want to say this-such statements "We finally got the city
Th "f te Uivesit isheathy itare an injustice to the entire coun- project accepted. It shouli
J. v will be able to participate In city cil, and insult the intelligence of been approved a couple years
r 'he,/ I expansion. We have cooperated in those people who were elected He apparently feels more
the past - the city put utilities fairly at the polls. gress is being made now tha
University President "Harlaninto the North Campus area, while "I have not seen one instance the more distant past. "A 1<
Uatcerty lunchen meetin the University has paid a small where politics entered into any these needs go back a long tin
Hatcher told a luncheon meeting amount to help administer our decision. When, I first came on the government should have
yestera aot historia police and fire departments. the council a highly-respected awake seven or eight years t
yesterday about historical re- "We have a lot of tax-exempt Democratic member told me 'for- he said.
nhg book "The Western Reserve." property and must in some way get politics and do what is best He discussed city activity
Inth course of his research on negotiate with the University to for the people of Ann Arbor.' I number of areas:
the bbok, President Hatcher found help us. When the University buys won't stand still when somebody Business district rehabilit
ffragments of previously uncata- out some business in the city, the says things like that." . .. "We can expect much a
logued notes of a surveyor nam'ed property immediately goes off the Then'he added, "in fact, prob- tional action within the nex
Ruggles, who was the first to find tax roll." ably more has been done this months, when our newly-]
the southwestern boundary of the Friendly Tone year than when we had two-party planning consultant makes hi
western reserve, a strip of land He spoke in a friendly, easy- bickering the year before." commendations."
bordering Lake Erie for 120 miles. going manner, referring to some Encounters Opponent Impact of Park
"I have never read anything notes he had made on the cam- He was speaking the day after Pesearch park "It will
more exciting,", President Hatcher paign. Occasionally, as a friend his first face-to-face encounter one of the greatest impacts oi
told the assembled historians. walked down the hall he would with Mrs. Pealy during the cam- future of Ann Arbor of anyt
In his notes Ruggles described call out a greeting. paign, and had a few things to in a long time."
the land as "the worst land I ever When Democratic criticism of say about the job of mayor. N
saw today I sank a post in the all-Republican Council's ac- New city hall . .t, and
hell" tions during the past year was He agreed with her that it is a the economy a boost, and
President Hatcher also found a discussed, he spoke with more part-time job. "But you can make downtown area a big lift."
letter from Surveyor General Al- force and left his usual slow rate is bhat yo nt io eCapital improvements...
bert Gallatin which eventually of talking. You have to spend some time need a new fire station in
found its way to Ruggles. It in- "The opposition is 100 per cent above the call of duty to do a coming year, as well as other
structed Ruggles to move the wrong when they say city business good . jects the planning commissio
boundry line four degrees forty is being carried on behind closed "Pretty soon, I'll have to go to submitted."
JOSEF BLATT minutes to compensate for the doors. The only time the council New York to negotiate the city University campuses .. .
r Met conductor area which Lake Erie occupied. has made decisions like that is on hall bonds. Some days I may have North and central campus ti
ers who are much The movement of this line even- personnel problems or future con- four meetings with outside groups. link must be worked out withi:
nt. rtually lead to the "Toledo War," a siderations which couldn't be ex- Sometimes it takes a whole morn- next two or three years."
o .pera in English, boundry dispute between Ohio and posed to the press at the time. ing just to get my correspondence State highways . . . "Thr
"Much has been Michigan over the rich agricul- Sees Insinuation .out. Demand on Mayor cooperation, we have gotten ti
Lot.anything that tural land west of Toledo. He doubted the logic in Mrs. yers. Two years ago state
a my knowledge." The western reserve was orig- Pealy's stand that the council "When people come to town, from the state we didn't ge
his remarks to in- inally part of the western holdings should leave technical problems up they want to see the mayor. cials told me this was the v
music in general, he of the state of. Connecticut which to professional -men. "Certainly it isn't a full-time city in the state to work with.
e in a period of ster- was ceded to the federal govern-. "She wants the charter to work job, but I wonder if she wouldn't highway on Forest Avenue
ment after the revolutionary war. Just the way she herself wants it have the greatest shock of her life be moved-it is unfair to the
Stravinsky At the time, President Hatcher to work," he charged. "Anything if she found out all the things dents' safety as well as to
is one of the last explained, no one had seen the which affects the people should that should be done." traveling public."
~rs and even he hasland, and the maps of that day come before the council. Of course, Creal is proud of the progress City buses . . . "Our re-e
anything of hreas showed Lake Erie running in an the city administrator forms traf- the city has made in the last two lishment of the bus system is
930 when he wrote east-west direction. The initial fic recommendations, but they years. important for a minority of
y of Psalms.' surveying of this area by Moses have to go through council to be "A lot of our projects were held population. It's also one wa
a of American mu- Cleaveland was of particular in- legal." over from 1957-59" (when Demo- help downtown traffic."
e. when Americans terest to him, President Hatcher "As far as the criticism of so- crat Prof. Samuel Eldersveld was Creal was reluctant to pi
isic, just as Russian, said.called 'one-party government, I mayor). the outcome of the election
German music de- though he is predicted as w
z Russians, Italians PROGRAM NOTES: by most observers. 'm too
wrote great music to the race to be, sure h'w
gether, formed a na-.T'. going," he said.
tew irsic U' 3and To Perform on Television
no. country where
isic is being written Today's "Music from the Uni-
d than in the United yersity" program, at 9 a.m. on
he test of a sym- WXYZ-TV, will feature the Uni-
opera is the test of versity Symphony Band's last per- t
of this has stood it." formance in the United States Continuous Today From 1 P
e reaction to . con- before launching its current tour
usic,, Blatt noted, "I of the Soviet Union and Eastern S
said that 'the snob- Europe. THIRSRATE
lay is not the rejec- Musical portions of the show will TR.E;:C.
things but the ac- include Rimsky-Korsakov's "Pro- HASTEN TO REC
verything.' cession of Nobles" Verdi's "Na-n
Enjoyment bucco" and Morton Gould's "Sym-4~"****'r
[ sit through a con- phony for Band."
enjoying it at all The program, produced in co-
for fear of being operation with the United States
it. We have the tra- Information Agency, was planned <.VMIED OuERRENE
'misunderstood art- by Prof. William D. Revelli, con-
ductor of the band.
e past, the music of , * * *
posers was misun- Oown. .
te critical few, the ou I n . PNrr l
Today, this has Thornton Wilder's "Our Town"
. Much modern mu- will be the current offering of the
by the professionals Ann Arbor Civic Theatre this BUDAPEST STRING QUARTET - This famous group will
by the audience as a week. perform here today. Originally three-fourths Hungarian, the
The story could well be termed a quartet now numbers two Russians and two Poles.
slice of life, seen somewhat in qu- 'tF~HES T00
retrospect. It is unique in that it "H LDE
Prof. Yfrah Neaman of the Guild- Director Jerry Sander's cast will
-well Done is done virtualy without the aid a concert of contemporary music include Tyrone McConnell, '61,
'Cl *ostsr rops. nhall School of Music, London, in Marvin Diskin, Grad., Susan Hel-
er"Our Town" will run at 8 p.'m., for unaccompanied violin at 8:30 ler, '61, Sherry Levy, Grad., and
Wednesday through Saturday, at p.m. tomorrow in Aud. A. Janet Roberts, '61.
In a gas stove prob- the Lydia Mendelsohn Theatre. Selections offered will be Zim- Also on WUOM, the series, AN
grease dripping from The box office will open tomorrow. merman's "Sontata," Richard Ben- "Background," will present a for-
caused a small 'fire * * in ae.n"oltc ndEu t
the Law Quadrangle nett's "Four Improvisions," Rober- eign panelon "Politics and Edu- i
department spokes- Strings . .. to Gerhard's "Chaconne," and cation," at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
The University Musical Society "Fantasy in Two Movements" by
reated much smoke, will present the world-famous University composer-in-residence
ee fire engines and Budapest String Quartet at 2:30 Prof. Ross Lee Finney of the mu- Organzation Snger Buchanan
is dinner-hour spec- p.m. today in Rackham lecture sic school. as
ras put out with a hall. Notic s the Stage Manager
al extinguisher and The program will include Beet- Family . RoyceRosenberg
nage. hoven's "Quartet in A major, OpusRye sne
18, No. 5," "Quartet in B-flat Prof. James Morgan of the eco- Congregational-Disciples E & It Stu-
major, Opus 130 with finale," and nomics department will expound dent Guild, Mar. 26, 7:30 p.m., 524 Erny
"Quartet in C-major, Opus 59, No. on his view that money is the Thompb'n. Speaker: James Farmer,
E RA+ .""bone of contention among family Nat'l Dir. CORE, 'Drect Action & Dis- an
R 'emberS of the quartet include members on the television pro- imination n the North. Rick Benjam
Joseph Roisman and Alexander grame "Family Economics," the Democratic Socialist Club, "Teachers, Marilyn Goldberg
Schneider, violins, Boris Kroyt, current offering in the Univer- Taxes & Technology," Mar. 28, 8 p.m., Christie Heinrich
viola, and Mischa Schneider, sity's TV series, "Family Living." Union, Rin. 3B.
D-MO ioiclo * ** Al Katz
violincello- Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Ticket information is available WUOM club, Supper, Movie: "So Great the and many more!
through the musical society offices *~Light" (work with the blind), Inter-
ersity NO 2-6362 inTower.An original translation and an national Students' Night, Mar. 26, 6 Box Office
NO B-6362 Burton original musical score of Aeschy- p.m., 1511 Washtenaw. Opens Monday
*lus' "Seven Against Thebes" will *4
Good Friday . . . e t thirdina sisoSociedade*ispanica, Tertulia, Mar. 10 A.M. 5 P.M.
The University Symphony -r- classical dramas at 1:30 p.m.. to-
chestra, conducted by Prof. Josef day over the University's radio Lutheran Student Assoc., "Univ. Chris-
Blatt, will present its traditional station, WUOM-FM. cal Movemets, Mar. 26, 7 p.m., Hil
Y Good Friday concert March 31 at Prof. Gerald Else of the clas- .& Forest Ave.
3:30 p.m. in Hill Aud., under the sical studies department translated Ullr Ski Club, Meeting, Movie: "Win-
auspices of the music school. the play, and original music was ter Skol," Refreshments, Mar. 28, 7:30
* * * composed by Prof. Florian Mueller p.m., Union, Rm. 3G.
of the music school. Wesley Fdn., Film: Marriage Prep-
versity NO 2-6362 o * * * WUOM music consultant Orien aration," Mar. 27, 7:30 p.m., 1st Meth.
The music school will feature Dailey will conduct the orchestra. Church, Green Rm
DR. ALOO DASTUR
Dept. of Politics and Civics, Univ. of Bombay
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