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THE MICHIGAN DAIIX

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TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY 1965

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Lii S and LU TT tR By Adria Schwartz
'Chez Torpe'--world of Apathy

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wice, Poland, Feb. 14-17. Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., To-
Dr. Witold Ostrowski, chairman, Eng- Ledo, Ohio - Majors in Arch., Econ.,
lish Department, University of Lodz, Math, Physics, Gen. Lib. Arts & Chem.
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An enigmatic inn, a mysteri-
ous magnet which draws like flies,
those with a passion for self-de-
struction. Five suicides and more
to come-so Francois Billetdoux,
in his play, "Chez Torpe," ex-
plores the problem of man's alien-
ation, his abysmal despair.
The first American production
of, the widely discussed drama
will premier at 8 p.m. this Wed-
nesday at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Since the production of his first
play, "Tchin-Tchin," in Paris, in
1960, Billetdoux's name has
been coupled with Jean Anoulilh
as one of France's vital, living
dramatists.
Billetdoux seems to be react-
ing against the "tradition" of the
avante-garde. He rebels against
the omnipresent futility and neg-
ativity often characteristic of the
absurdists, such as Genet. Bil-
letdoux, on the other hand, sym-
pathizes with the plight of man-
kind, being unable to cope with
the modern, impersonal, scientif-
ic world. Jean Pierre Lenoir,
French critic, characterizes his
work as "avante-garde liquer."
The play is set in eastern Eu-
rope and revolves about an inn,
its proprietress, Madame Torpem
and the Inspector who arrives to
investigate a world of apathy,
hopelessness and death. It is a
world he cannot understand,
ACROSS CAMPUS:
Scholarship
Three $100 Ethyl A. McCormick
Activities Recognition Scholar-
ships are still' being offered to
Junior women on the basis of par-
ticipation in activities, financial
need and scholastic achievement.
The new deadline for the appli-
cation and the two recommenda-
tions is Thursday afternoon, Feb.
18.
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a J The Daily Official Bulletin is an 1965. Fellowship Applications for the Mar-
official publication of The Univer- The Lucile B. Conger Scholarship is garet Kraus Ramsdell Award are now
sity of Michigan, for which The offered to in-state, undergraduate wom- available for 1965-66. This fellowship
Michigan Daily Assumes no editor- en on the basis of academic perform- is used to assist students who will
ial responsibility. Notices should be ance, contribution to University III.: have received a U. of M. degree by
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to and financial need; the stipend i. beginning of tenure to pursue gradu-
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- variable. ate studies in this country or abroad
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding The Margaret L. Waterman Scholar- in religious education or in prepara-
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday ship is offered to undergraduate wom- tion for the Christian ministry. Both
for Saturday and Sunday. General en on the basis of academic perform- men and women may apply for the
Notices may be published a maxi- ance. contribution to University life. fellowship. Application should be made
mum of two times on request; Day rnd financial need; the stipend is var- to the Dean of the Graduate School
- Calendar items appear once only. table. on forms available at the Graduate
Student organization notices are not Fellowship Office, 110 Rackham Bldg.
accepted for publication. The Luan Peckinpaugh Scholarship is The deadline is April 1, 1965.
_________ offered to out-of-state undergraduate_____
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16 women who have suc-.essfully completed Research Club: There will be a meet-
their freshman year and have a dem- ing for members of the Research Club
onstrated financial need- the stipend of the University of Michigan, Wed.,
D C .alendarva Feb. 17, 8 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
The Mary Louise Hinsdale Scholar- Prof. Gerald F. Else will speak on "Re-
Bureau of Industrial Relations Per- ship, amounting to approximately $180 cent Research on Homer" and Prof.
sonnel Techniques Seminar-George S (interest on the endowment fund) is Leslie A. White will speak on "The
Odiorne, Graduate School of Business saavailable to undergraduate single wom- Energy Theory of Cultural Develop-
Administration, "Management by Oh- en who are wholly or partially self- ment." The Council will meet at 7
jectives -- Results-Oriented Appraisal supporting and who do not live in p.m. In the East Council Room.
Systems": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m. University residence halls or sorority i
houses. Girls with better than aver- Special Seminar: Dr. Karl Kuhl-
Training and Development Personnel age scholarship and need will be mann, University of Wisconsin, will
Office, University Management Devel- considered.s speak on "Analysis of theN uclear
nt mnar e - The Laurel Harper Seeley Scholarship Overhauser Effect in the Diflouro-
bran assistant professor of speech, is open to both graduate and under- ethylenes," on Wed., Feb. 17, at 4
Michigan Union, 1:30 p.m. e graduate women. The award is made p.m. in Room 1200 Chemistry Bldg.
Mon basis of scholarship, contribution
sed modern French drama will to University life and financial need, 5-Hour Special Topics In Chemistry
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre -John E. Dowling, M.D, Johns Hop- the stipend is variable. -Fifth Series: Dr. Edgar F. Westrum,
te ydiMedelsohnThete -n Drin, M , ohThe Lucy E. Elliott Fellowship is Jr., U. of M., Chemistry Dept., will
us, '66, halts his criminal inves- k in erstruchoo of Moecine, open to women graduates of any speak on "Energetics of Molecular
The Fine Structure and Molecular accredited college or university. It may Freedom in the Crystalline State," on
y, Opportune, played by Judith Organization of Visual Receptors":i be used by a University of Michigan Wed., Feb. 17, at 8 p.m. in Room 1300
Treel phter, graduate at any college or university, Chemistry Bldg.-2nd Lecture.
but a graduate of any other univer-
others in social terms or on e Office of Religious Affairs Lecture- sity will be required to study on the
ligio-phHosophical levels." John F. Dearden archbishop of De- Michigan campus. Academic achieve- Fpwreillbsetors
Tickets for the production of trolt, "Vatican II: Religious Liberty and comenscreativityrantingeaders ar Th The 0 n a hreign V sito s-
"Chez Torpe" will go on sale Ecumenical Action": Aud. A, Angell stipend is $1,100. tors programmed through the nterna-
Monday at the Lydia Mendelssohn Hall,4:The Alice Crocker Lloyd Fellowship is tional Center who will be on campus
Theatre. sopen to women graduates of any ac- tis week on the dates indicated. Pro-
Thar.School of Music Theory Dept. Lecture credited college o universityImy gram arrangements are bo.ng made by
In a meeting of two people, -Stanford Ericksen, guest lecturer, be used by a University of Michigan Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
two worlds, Billetdoux explores the Hale Teor of Lusicening" Recital graduate at any college or university Center,.764-2148.
coming conflict of our age. but a graduate of any other school will Ole B. Thomsen, Ministry of Educa-
___.Dept. of Psychiatry University Lee- be required to study on the Michi- tion, Denmark, Feb. 14-18.
ture-Robert Stubblefield, M.D., Uni- gan campus. Academic achievement, Dr. Jadwiga Ablamowicz-Ledwon,
versity of Texas Southwestern Medical personality and leadership will be con- head of the Acoustics Department, Sil-
"CsiyfTe uth Psychiatry sidered in granting the award. The esian Polytechnic Institute, Gliwice,
School, "Contributions of Psychiatry stipend is $1,100. Poland, Feb. 14-17.
to Education": Children's Psychiatric The Lucy Cooley Houston Scholar- Dr. Jan J. Cygan, head, Department
Hospital Aud., 8 p.m. ships: Offered by the Alumnae Club of of Foreign Languages, teacher of Eng-
1 W o mEd Jackson, are available to students who lish, Polytechnic University of Wro-
i willbe enrolled in fall, 1965. Grants cwWroclawPoland, FFb. 14-17.
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Federal Service Entrance Exam-FSEF
Applications must be in by Feb. 18
for exam on March 28. April 17th is
next exam. Applications available at
Bureau of Appointments.

POSITION OPENINGS:
Lederle Labs., Pearl River, N.Y. -
Medical Repres. Grad for territorial
sales of pharmaceuticals in Detroit
area, Mich., & No. Ohio. Trng. at N.Y.
prior to assignment.
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PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS. Bureau Tenn.-Elec. Demonstration Specialist
of Appointments-Seniors & g lad stu- (Advertising & Public Rel.). Grad,
dents, please call 764-7460 for t ppoint- Journ. major, bkgd. in communica-
THURS., FEB. 18-- ion, Engl. & rel. fields. Exper. in
Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.- advtg. & public rel. desirable - news
Men & women, majors in Econ., Math & advtg. media helpful. Plan & write
& Philo. for positions in Territorial ads & promotional material,
L(ents with the following:
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cated in Detroit, Chicago & Wellesley, 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
Mass. pointments, 3200 SAB.
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program for all areas of banking. 212 SAB-
Women in Econ. only-pref M.A. Many Good Humor-Will interview students
overseas branches. U.S. citizens or per- all day Wed & Thurs., Feb. 17 & 18.,
manent visa. for jobs in N.Y., Wash., D.C., Ill. &
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.- Detroit.
Majors in Econ., law, math, physics, Camp Scotmar, Calif.-Coed. Will in-
psych., & chem. Positions in Elec. Com- terview for positions as counselors, spe-
puting, Foreign trade, Insurance, Mkt. cialists, arts & crafts, horseback rid-
Res.. Personnel, Prod., etc. Located ing instructors & nurse. Thurs., Feb: 18,
throughout U.S. from 10-12 & 1-5.
Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp., Ann Ar- New York World's Fair for 1965--
bor-Degrees in any field for territorial Employers want to know more about
sales. Located in Mich. & Ohio. you. A questionnaire available at 212
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of N.Y.- SAB. Come & get it,
Gen. Lib. Arts esp. Econ/ for positionsa * * #
in banking & mgmt. trng. prog.sDetails at Summer Placement, 212
FRI., FEB. 19- SAB.

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'CHEZ TORPE,' a widely-discus
open this Wednesday at 8 p.m. in
Here, the play's star, Robert Kra
tigation to speak to his secretar
Cornell, '66.
which confuses and frustrates him.
"The play makes no one single
clearly defined statement," di-'
rector Prof. William McGraw of
the speech department explain-
ed. "It will definitely suggest dif-
ferent things to different people.
Some will find meaning in politi-
cal terms or psychological terms,
Open to Juni

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!1ItiWn Ytudents:,Rec-tal Hall, -Aht.
ucat iontudents: R .ecit~alHall, School !are based on scholarship and need Dr. Edward Dezberg. head of English
TUESDAY, FEB. 18 ed on television in the Multipur- of Music, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. and vary in amount; they are avail- Department, Modern Languages Cen-
Teiable to students now enrolled and those
8'0am-ereS don fDoctoral Examination for Charles ___________________
pose Rm. of the UGLI.entering for the first time. Application ;
the Business School ill lect Sanders, English Language & Litera- blanks are available from Mrs. William
on "Management by Objectives- Nature in Pope's Essay on CriticismWEDNESDAY.FEB.17ure. They must be completed ands reiRGA N IZAT ItN
Results-Oriented Appraisal Sys- 4 p.m.-T. O. Sippel of the Ana- Tues., Feb. 16, 2601 Haven Hall, 3:30 turned by April 1. Applicants must be
tems" in the Michigan Union. tomy department will lecture on p.m. Chairman, H. V. S. Ogden. from the Jackson area. NOTICES
1:30 p.m.- Herber W. Hilde- "Age Changes in Lens Metabolism" Symposium on Poverty: Michael Har-
brandt, assistant professor of in 2501 East Medical Building. rington, "In the Midst of Plenty." Announces its $750 Exceptional Student
Speech will lecture on, "Manag- 4 p.m.-Harry Koffler of Purdue Rackham Lecture Hall. at 8 p.m. today. Fellowship. These are limited to stu- Use of This Column for Announce-
ing the Department Office" in will lecture on "The Molecular Or- ,(. dents who have fulfilled enrollment ments is available to officially recog-
the Michigan Union. ganization of Bacterial Flagella," (( N TOtCf S /requirements for eithersthe senior, 'r nized and registered student organiza-
4:00 p.m.-John E. Dowing of in the third level ampitheate of Dept. of Linguistics: French and Ger fmaoring in the areas of business ad- Ro 10SAB.Forms are available in
4:00 pkmn-JUniE y wing of the Medical Science Building. man language examinations will be ministration, accounting, finance, in- x * *
John Hopkins University will lec- d Ivet
ture on, "The Fine Structure and 8 p.m.--The University Players given Mon. and Tues., March 8 and 9. vestments, marketing, mathematics, sta- Alpha Phi Omega, Regular chapter
Students intending to take the exami- tistics, insurance, law, economics, or meeting, Feb. 17, 7 p.m., Room 3-C,
Molecular Organization of Visual nation must notify the Departmental other business related programs of Michigan Union.
Receptors" in the Third level am- The University Players' pro- Office of their intention to do so on or study. A candidate must be nominated '
pbefore Tues., March 2. before March 15 by his dean or de- Pledges of Alpha Phi Omega, Pledge
piheater of the Medical Science ductions of "Chez Torpe" will partment chairman. meeting, Feb. 17, 4 p.m.. 3516 SAB.
Building. be presented in Lydia Mendels- Applications fer General Undergrad. Selection for awards will be madem n b 4 . 6
4:10 p.m. - John F. Dearden, sohn Theatre, not in Trueblood uate Scholarships will be available at on the basis of: Canterbury House, "The Gospel Ac.
of Detroit will speak Aud. as was announced in Sun- the Scholarship Office, 2011 SAB, be- 1. Demonstrated leadership in ex- cording to Zooey," David Sumner, dis-
Acioginning Mon.. Jan. 11. Applications tracurricular activities. cussion. Feb. 16, 4:10 p.m., Canterbury
on 'Vatican II: Religious Liberty day's "The Week To Come" col- must be completed by March 1. Un- 2. Scholarship ("B" average mini- House. 218 N. Division.

Full Time & Evening Employment
18-35
If you are free from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. four evenings each week and
occasionally on Saturday, you can maintain your studies and still enjoy
a part-time job doing special interview work that will bring an overage
weekly income of $52.
If you are neat appearing and a hard worker call Mr. Moskowitz at
761-1488 from 10 a.m. to 12 a m. Monday-Friday. No other times.
We are also interested in full-time employment.
2 complete films. on the same subject-
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Four University faculty mem-
bers have been named to com-
mittees of the College Entrance
Examination Board, an associa-
tion of colleges and universities
providing a variety of examina-
tions. Named were: Gayle C. Wil-
son, associate director of admis-
sions, to the membership com-
mittee; Prof. Frank O. Copley,
vice-chairman of the advanced
placement committee; Prof. Ed-
ward C. Roeber, guidance com-
mittee; and Prof. John E. Mil-
holland, research and development
committee.
Police Report
Coed Attacked
A University coed was attacked
and robbed as she was walking on
N. Division St. Sunday night.
Police said the girl was stopped
in the 400 block of N. Division by
a man about 20 years old wearing
dark clothes.
The victim explained that the
man threw his arm around her
neck, warned her he had a gun
and told her, "This is a stickup."
The bandit pushed her to the
ground and struck her with an
object that looked like a gun, of-
ficers learned. Police added that
the man took her purse and tied
after she screamed. The purse
contained $1 and identification
papers.
The victim was treated at the
University Hospital for acut on
her head. Her' empty purse was
found on Catherine St. and given
to the police.
Officers have been conducting
an intensive investigation of a
series of attacks on unescorted
women which have occurred on
the near east side of the city in
the past two months.
University officials have denied
any knowledge of earlier attack
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and Ecumenical Action" in Audi-
torium A, Angell Hall.
4:30 p.m.-Stanford Ericksen,
guest lecttrer will discuss, "The
Theory of Learning," in the re-
cital hall of the Music School.
8:00 p.m.-Dr. Robert Stubble-
field, of the University of Texas
Southwestern Medical School will
discuss contributions of Psy-
chiatry to Education" in the
Children's Psychiatric 'Hospital
Auditorium. .
8:00 p.m.-University President
Harlan Hatcher will introduce
Michael Harrington, Jr. He will
keynote the University's Poverty
Symposium with his speech, "In
the Midst of Plenty," at Rackham
Lecture Hall.
8 p.m.-Jane Schwertfeger of
the Education school will speak
on "Current Interests in Pre-
School Enrichments," to Pi Lamb-
da Theta in the University Ele-
mentary School Library.
10 p.m.-"The Hollow Crown"
by the Royal Shakespeare Com-
pany of Britain will be present-

umn. Also, the times for next dergraduate students who have com-
Sunday's recital by Prof. Mar- pleted one or more full semesters with
-rb .an overall average of 3.0 or better
lyn Mason of the music school are eligible to compete. Financial aid,
should have been listed at 4:30 is a factor in making these awards. I
and 7 p.m., and the concert by Applications for the Following Schol-
the Budapest String Quartet at arships are available in office of
2:30 p.m. alumnae secretary. Alumni Memorial
Hall; they must be returned by Feb. 12,
1965; recipients will be announced at
will present Billetdoux's "CheZ tLeague Recognition Night, March 1,
Torpe" in Lydia Mendelssohn The---
atre.
8 p.m.-Mayor Richard Daley of LU NC H-D I
Chicago will speak on the "Blight
of Our Cities" in Hill Aud. as part TUESDAY, Februal
of the Poverty Symposium. U.M. Interna
8 p.m.-A lecture sponsored by SUBJ
the Galens Honorary Society on
"Marital Counseling and the Chal- "SOCIOLOGIC
lenge of Conception Control" will
be given by Prof. Leon Israel of OF THE W ORL
the University of Pennsylvania Speaker: DR. RC
and Prof. Robert Wilson of the Director, Center for Resea
University Medical School in the For reservations,
3rd floor amphitheatre of the For res-vt76s
Medical Science Bldg. I call 668-6076
8:30 p.m.-The Budapest String
Quartet will perform in Rackham A
Auditorium. IANN ARHORS NE

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3. Character.
4. Potential business administrative
capacity.
5. Recommendations of instructors,
counselors, and other responsible citi-
zens.
A Final Reminder: All College of
L. S. & A. scholarship applications will
be due on Fri., Feb. 19, in 1220 Angell
Hall.
ISCUSSION
ry 16, 12:00 Noon
tional Center
JECT:
AL ASPECTS
.D SITUATION"
)BERT C. ANGELL
rch on Conflict Resolution
Sponsored by the
Ecumenical Campus Center

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Near East Studies Club, Lecture, Feb
18, 8 p.m., Lane Hall.
The Young Democrats, Executive
Board meeting, Feb. 16, 7 p.m., RoomI
3516 SAB.
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