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____ ____ ___ ____ ____ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'orm Casses' ACmusClna
lex will be reserved I TODAY, SEPT. 13 2-5, p.m. and 7-10 p.m.-Men's {(Cont
students enrolled in , Rush begins at fraternities con- f or of space
ege. F 12 noon-The Guild House on tinuing for 10 days.... the new la'
ye Close ".' 802 Monroe will sponsor a lunch- more fede]
e new plan will es- .......?. . eon seminar andi discussion on 73 i.TrotsrheAn research 'ai
" "The Conservative Political Posi- Arbor Civic Theatre's production
r wrkig elaion Ition"..with Prof. John A. Clark of of "Gypsy" will be held at the "h u
ofStudents J ohnl the English department. Women's League. te o
> of Stdnt oh _____________ _blarn aboi
udents will be able .. f } 7:30 p.m.-Prof. Edward Teller The majori
w their instructors ..:% {{ " of the University of California, students, a;
and informally be-X: em. ":.:;U ains' known for the role he played in ern study
wil be held.n the ' -' the development of the atomic the buildin
;': } rf . '' and hydrogen .bombs, will discuss Thsp
'o dontwatt .. 'I "Project Plowshare on Earth and which will
the complexes will },f :nSae n aka u. h uli
choice of living in ' :._. 8:30 p.m.-Karl Gieringer, dis- on satelli
Dries. "I want:.to ( continued froni Page 1)} tinguished mnusicoligist and chair- temperatui'
is a voluntary pro- '. man of graduate studies in music A picot
Emery G. FPoster, television tape of one of thle at the University of California at Taeusch e:
dormitories. "This' choir's performances has been Santa Barbara, will discuss atmospheri
o bie a popular liv- If , shown both in Ann Arbor. and at "Haydn and the Oipera" in Aud. pressuresf
and 1 think most Tuskegee, The, tape included a dis- This. work

TOMOROW, EPT.14 rito: he earth's atmosphere. Con-
7:30 p.m.-Tryouts for "Gypsy" ditions at re-entry altitudes must
will continue' at the Ann Arbor be well-known so that the satel-
Civic heatreBldg.lite will not burn; up' through too
Civi Thetre ldg.fast a descent.
THiURSDAY, SEPT. 17 Aid Weather Forecast
'7 pr.Bdigtrsfr e Taeusch added that the project
Rus.mBdigsat o e' will' alto" correlate variations in
Rush.yearly atmospheric conditionts at
_ 7:30. p.mx.--Edward Shaw, So- that. height so that scientists can
clalist Party candidate for Vice- understand weather on the earth's
President, ,will' talk on "The, surface.
Dilemma .of Lesser .Evil ,Politics" A.ithermos-sphere probe experi-
in R. 3Dof te Unon.went is' essentially the same as
SATURDAY,'SEPT. 19 the pitot except that it will meas-
ure atmospheric composition ;and
2 p..--The new ..music school temperature .from 70O-180 miles
bldg. on North Campus, which was high. s
designed by the late Eero Saarinen, "Space.. physics is working 'or
will' be dedicated with' an open instruments to measure the, tem-
house following the :ceremonies. perature of electrons at thle:oter
edge }of the earth's atmosphere,"
University President- Harlan Tauesch commented. "This help,
Hatcher will preside at the cere- to determine the manner and rats
monies. at 'which the sun's energy- enter.
8:30 p.mn.-B'ob Dylan,' a :folk the earth's layer' of air."
singer, wild present a concert at Related Research
Ann* Arbor High School, 601 w. The department is designing in,
Stadium. struments to record "rocket .exhaust
[ Dical 665-6290 Shows at,
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