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ELLIOT CARTER TO SPEAK:
Music Arts Festival To Present Contemporary Works

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1BY3 JERL CHASE iviaren 31 in Hill Auct.His subject: progressive states of emptiness"; land's Emblems follow. Miss Har-
"Rule, Rote and Note." The re- the music reflects the change in sanyi sings in the Argentinian
UTher aren's man plinterested mainder of that evening's fare the state of mind from lucidity to composition Cantata Para Amer-
Unien tantes ndhere a intereste contains music of Carter: Piano randomness as the liquid becomes ica Magica by Alberto Ginastera.
adncen.adevoted exclusively to Sonata with Lucien Stark guest consumed. Albright's Foils is the only work
contemporary music-their music. pianist, the Sonata for Cello and Crumb's Night Music contains2 in thfs festival by a University
conntemora msusictheir muic.i Piano and the Variations for Or- opportunities for elements of composition student.
Ann Arbor is one of the few cities chestra, played by the University chance and free improvisation, The final program, on Thurs-
where they can. Symphony Orchestra conducted by which prevent any two perform- day, April 1 at 8:30 p.m. in Rack-
Each spring the University's Josef Blatt. ances of it from being identical. ham Lecture Hall, contains Ger-
chooln ok Musicects sigi- The first concert, at 8:30 Wed- It includes a gong being dunked hard's Concerto for Harpsichord,
cant new works and music of can-r nesday, March 24, in Rackham into a bucket of water. Strings and Percussion with Mari-
temporryom psersa which re Lecture Hall begins with Charles Symphony Band lyn Mason harpsichordist. That is
fresh from presentation which I Ives' Piano Sonata No. 1, follow- The University Symphony Band followed by Webern's Cantata No.
gives them a polished perform- ed by Pierre Boulez's Sonatina for and guest soprano Janice Harsanyi 1 for Choir and Orchestra per-
ance inifan prosio atmsphew Flute and Piano, Mario Davidov- perform on the second program, 3 formed by the Symphonic Choir,
A significant composer is always sky's Synchronisms No. 3 for Cello p.m. Sunday, March 28, in Hill Thomas Hilbish conductor, so-
invitedto lecture about the things and Electronic Sounds, Martirano's Aud. Foils for Winds, Brass and, prano soloist Nancy Jaynes and
which a writer of music likes to Cocktail Music for Piano and Percussion by William Albright Leon Kirchner's virtuoso Double
Carter George Crumb's Night Music I. will be conducted by its composer. Concerto for Violin, Cello, Winds
The American composer Elliot The score of the Martirano Schuller's Diptych for Brass and Percussion.
Carter will speak during this fes- piece "contains drawings of high- j Quintet and Band, Riegger's Music The Solisti Di Zagreb, Anotio
tival at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, ' ball and champagne glasses in for Brass Choir and Aaron Cop- Janigro conducting, will also be

Professional Theatre
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Creative Arts Festival
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at the festival. Janigro also serves
Rnas the group's cello soloist.
jrAll concerts are open to the
R > public free of charge.

GINGER HULET, '68M, A PERCUSSION MAJOR, and Jerome
Hartweg, '65M, a composition major, are shown lowering a tam-
tam, an ancient Chinese instrument, into a tank of water for
use in the piece, "Night Music" by George Crumb.

Across Cwr pus

THE SOLISTI DI ZAGREB, ANTONIO JANIGRO CONDUCTING, are shown performing here.
Janigro is also the group's cello soloist. They will take part in the contemporary music festival to
be held here from Wednesday, March 24 through Thursday, April 1. The program is organized by the
Music School.
ENGLISH INSTITUTE:
Foreign, American Students Separated

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Captain Dolores M. Kallinick,
Nurse and Medical Specialist Se-
lection Officer, will be on campus'
to interview student and graduate'
nurses interested in obtaining a
commission in the U.S. Air Force.
The Air Force Nurse Corps offers
specialities to graduate nurses in
all clinical fields of nursing.
Graduate nurses between the
ages of 21 and 34 may call Captain
Kallinick at 662-1463, or visit her.
at 406 East Liberty from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on March 27.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24
6:15 p.m.-The Case Club Ban-
quet will be held in the Union
Ballroom.
7:30 p.m.-The Christian Mar-
riage Series will present Paul
Hickey speaking on "The Psycho-
logical Adjustments in Marriage"
at the Gabriel Richard Center.
8: pm. Nirml Kumar Bose,
former director of the Archeolog-
ical, Survey of Ihdia' will speak on
"Regional Variation in Caste in
India" in 200 Lane Hall.
8 p.m. - The Faculty Commit-
tee to Stop the War in Viet Nam
will hold an ,l1-night "teach-in"
protest against United States Viet
Nam policy.
8:30 :pr.--The Music School
Contemporary Music Festival will
feature solo and chamber music
in Rackhamn Lecture Hal.
THURSDAY. MARCH 25
-10 a.m.-James N. Landis, ex-
ecutive consultant for the Bechtel
Corp., will keynote the engineer-.
ing horors convocation speaking;
on "Engineer Management" in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
4 p.m.-Prof. Edward C. Dimock
of the University of Chicago will-
speak on "Some Aspects of
Imagery in Medieval Vaishnava
Poetry" in 200 Lane Hall.

7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild
will present Ben Johnson's "Vol-
pone" in Architecture Aud.
8 p.m.-Prof. Radcliffe Squires
of the English dept. will give a
poetry reading as part of the
Creative Arts Festival in the
Union.
8 p.m.--Prof. Aaron Wildavsky
will speak on "Testing Budgetary
Concepts" as part of an American
Society of Public Administration
social seminar in the W. Con-
ference Rm. of Rackham.
8 p.m.-Prof. John Landis of
the English department of Queens
College ( New York, will speak on
"Who Needs Yiddish?" at Hillel,
1429 Hill St.
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The logic of this statement
forces one to look beyond the
policy of the English Language
Institute's official statements,
Intermingling
The fact that about 80 students
from the ELI cannot live in the
quads iven if they want to points
out the problem that many ad-
ministrators and. students do not
consider the intermingling of ELI
students among the students in

A BRILLIANT STUDY OF THE NEGRO STRUGGLE.
FOR FREEDOM IN AMERICA.
"THE PAIN, THE HUMOR,
THE ANGER, THE PRIDE"
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the quad to be an important part
of education for both the Amer-
ican and ELI student.
This attitude was brought to a
head when, at one point this year,.
Interquadrangle Council recom-
mended that the ELI students be
removed from the quads next year,
to make room for more American
students. Although this motion
was. subsequently .rescindedI it is
a documentation of a frame of
mind.

On the other hand, the dorms
are already overcrowded and the
further addition of ELI student
would only make conditions there3
that much worse. However, at-.
tackers of the administration's
policies charge that even assum-
ing the number of ELI students
in the quads must remain a con-
stant, the confining of these stu-
dents to living with other foreign
students severely limits the bene-
fits which can be mutually de-
rived. by the Americans and peo-
ple in the ELI program.
To these students, the Univer-
sity's allegedly cosmopolitan at-
mosphere seems nothing but a fa-
cade.j

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Matinees $1.25
Eves. &_Sun. $1.50
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Presents
A COLLOQUIUM
SU S. POLICY ALTERNATIVES
STO WARD C(OMMUNIST CHINA ;
March 27 & 28 UGLI Multipurpose Room
SATURDAY, MARCH 27:
10:00 DAVID NELSON ROWE-Professor of Political
Science at iale University Representing THE
COMMITTEE OF ONE MILLION AGAINST
THE ADMISSION OF COMMUNIST CHINA
TO THEU.N.
1:30 I-TE CHEN-President of the UNITED FORMOSANS
FOR INDEPENDENCE
3:30 CHARLES 0. PORTER-Former Congressman
from Oregon, Co-chairman of the COMMITTEE
FOR A REVIEW OF OUR CHINA POLICY
SUNDAY, MARCH 28:
2:00 OPEN DISCUSSION featuring all panelists and
gest lecturers
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Je a ny t jcUal 3ulietin is an S pring-Summer Eary negistration:
official publication of The Univer- | Early registration will continue throughl'
sity of Michigan, for which the April 16. All students currently en-
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- rolled who plan on taking courses in
141 responsibility. Notices should be the Sprimg-Summer (III) or Spring
sent in TYPEWRITTiN form to Half (IIIA) terms should make ar-,
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- rangements to be counselled now. The L) S U , ,
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding May 3 and 4 registration will be for
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday new and readmitted students only.;
for Saturday and Sunday. General (Continued on Page 5)>, Challenge will present a "Col-
Notices may be published a maxi- lquium on Un'ted States Policy
mum of two times on request; Day Alternatives Toward Communist
Calendar items appear once only." China" on Saturday, Mai'ch 27
Student organization notices are not hi( oAn d K7
accepted for publication. '"+ -"" / 1 i'''''' and Sunday, March 28 in the
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 Multipurpose room of the UGLI.
EDIAY ACH2Prof. David Rowe of Yale Uni-
DCdversity will speak at 10 a.m.;:1-Te.
Day Calendar T ( rChen, president of the United I
e ay Caln dar ngof for Announce-jFormosans for Independence, will
Programmed Learning for Business ments' is available to.: ofiially rec(ig- .0 n hre .Pr
Seminar-K~aren S. Busting,. director, itized aid, registe-red- student organiza- speak, at1;0anChreO.P -
"Application of Learnng Theory to tions only. Forms are availalet in ter, former Congressman from
Cupervisory and Training Problems Ro" o101 aSABoregonwill. speak at 4:00 on
in Industry": Michigan Union, 9 a.m. March 24, 4 n, 3 P3 g Se meetg, Saturday. Sunday will be devoted
Training and Development, Person- to open discussion.
nel Office, University Manageent Sem- Canterbury House, Quest for Human - - -
Inar-George S. Odiorne, director of Values. dimier/diseussion, Rev. 'an
the Bureau of Industrial Relations, Burke, Prof Peter Fontana, Ths
"Management by Objectives": 146 Busi- March 25, 5:30 pam., 218 N. DIivlstqn.
ness Administration, 4 p m. , Circle Honor Society, Initiation cere-
Dept. of Zoology seminar-Frank M moray, 8:30 p.m. March 24 Active
Fisher, Jr., Rice University, "Carbo- members met " at 7:30 pm ,in Michi- --ENDS TONIGHT-
hydrates and the Ecology of Cestodes": gan Room, Lea ue. New initiates meet TWI N ENCORES
1400 Chemistry. 4 p.m. at' 8:30 p.m. in Vandenbeig R.cdin,.;
Michigan League.
Conference on Community-University Cso
Relations-Michigan Union, 7 p.m. ' Club Cervantes, .Will not : mesto
eThurs., March 25. .Members are nrit-
Army Air Defense Demonstration ed to participate in the t11 night
Program: "Nike in the Attack," today teach-in to be held Wednesday ne-"e 0 ANQ 0 0
at 12:30. 1:15. 2:15. 3:15. 4'15. 7. 8. ;

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and 9 p.m., Hill Aud.
Doctoral Examination for Robert
Daniel Sorkin, Psychology; thesis:
"Characteristics of the Auditory Sys-
tem in Selected Two-Input Process-
ing Situations," Wed., March 24, 2nd
floor conference room, IST Bldg., 3
p.m. Chairman, W. P. Tanner, Jr.
Botany Seminar: Dr. Crellin Paul-
Ing, Stanford University, "The Effect
of Thymine Deprivation on Mutagene-
sis and DNA Synthesis in Escherichia
Coil," today at 4:15 p.m., 1139 Nat.
Science Bldg.
General Notices
Regents' Meeting Fri., April 16. Com-
munications for consideration at this
meeting must be in the President's
hands not later than April 2.

Gilbert & Sulliv;n Society. Rehear
sal, March 24, 7:30 pmt, Lydia M -ei-
delssohin Theatre.
Graduate History -Club, Fattier 'G
DeBertier, Institut Cathniique, Paris,
"Political Forces in 19th Century
France," March 24, 8 p.m., East Con-
ference Room,. Rackham.
Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratm, le 2'
Mars, le jeudi, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg.
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