THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, OCTOBER,18, 1964
PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1964
ARTS and LETTERS By Jocelyn Daniels
Designer Seeks Subdued Sets
COFO Plans To Continue
By. NELSON LANDE
As he supervised the finishing was my guide in designing the it as an "interpersonal experience The Council of Federated Or-
touches on the set of "Judith," play. With too much experimenta- -a creative dialogue between the ganizations is sponsoring a fall
the current Association of Pro- tion, there is always a danger of director and designer and hope- program of voter registration as
ducing Artists production. Kim giving away the story before the fully, the playwright. The design- an extension of its summer pro-
Swados commented recently on fact." er must illuminate the environ- ject.
the theatre and his profession, Months of detailed research at ment of the action with relation to Two students here leave tomor-
scenic designing. the New York Public Library, the the dramatic situation. And he row to participate in the project.
In creating the two sets for the Metropolitan Musuem of Art, and has a serious responsibility to the They recently explained what the
United States premiere of Jean discussions with director, Ellis director, and to his own creative
Giraudoux's play, Swados "tried Rabb, preceded his conception of understanding -and must be prac-
to refrain from excessive theatri- the two scenes-"Judith's" black tical with regards to a budget." ew I adar
cality." stone house and the contrasting Also the creator of the APA sets
He pointed out that "a symbolic colorful richness of Holofernes' for "The Hostage" and "Man and e
abstraction in the settings would tent. |Superman," Swados joinied the
conflict with the motivation of the For him, working in the theatre I group this year after working in
drama. Restraint with the images is most satisfying. He described I the theatre, films and television.
He designed the successful long-
run off-Broadway production of
Genet's "The Blacks," the films
"Purlie Victorious" and "Uncle
Vanya," and, for many years, the
television plays for Studio One.
By ROBERT JOHNSTON j
The most familiar device used
for "remote sensing of the en-
vironment" issa camera. The sim-
plest camera will record many
properties (size. color. configura-
AmrianPrmireVLVV Uca a[!, I U, %V1LA C
American Premiere ition)of an area or an object with-
A Judith" willbeA erentPre- out any sort of physical contact.
miere. It will later be taken to In contrast, a common scale or
New York to open at the Phoenix thermometer requires actual con-
Theatre in January. tact with the object being investi-
This play, written by Giraudoux gated in order to obtain data. Re-
in 1931, was only recently trans- mote sensing has obtained a po-
t lated into English. Giraudoux is sition of considerable scientific
considered one of France's most importance in the last few years.
important playwrights and since It is essentially devoted to develop-
his death in 1934, most of his work ing new instruments and methods
has been produced in the United capable of perceiving from a dis-
States. I tance a considerable range of
Following the trend of many properties of objects or areas.
other French dramatists, Girau- Last w e e k the Geography
doux frequently uses classical Branch of the Office of Naval
stories as the basis of his plays. Research and the Air Force Cam-
Now in "Judith" he turns to a bridge R e s e a r c h Laboratories
Biblical story found in the Book sponsored the Third Symposium
of Judith. He slightly alters the on Remote Sensing of Environ-
story, however, and instead of a ment at the University. The first
widow, Judith is a young maiden such conference was held at the
of 20. University two years ago, when
Instead of killing the enemy the concept of remote sensing was
leader for military reasons, she is in its infancy.,
implied to have killedshim out of Dean Stephan H. Spurr of the
lave. The question is therefoie graduate school said, in delivering
raised as to whether the heroine the keynote address, "In examin-
ing the program agenda, I am
,............: ............... sstruck by the variety of topical
areas covered relating to space
science, meteorology, earth surface
investigations, geology, b o t a n y,
Lconservation and oceanography."
Spurr said that "the remote
new fall leg of the drive will in-
Sam Walker, '65, and Barry
Goldstein, Grad, further said that
between Oct. 31 and Nov. 2, the
Freedom Democratic Party in-::> k
itiated by the COFO will be spon-.t
soring a mock election to parallelt*
the general election on Nov. 3.
The results of the mock election
will serve a threefold function:
-1) Give the Negroes exper- k
ience in voting;
--2) Show the nation that the
Negroes want participation and
-3) Challenge the right of
southern senators to be seated in -Daily-Kamalakar Rao
Congress. WITH FLASHLIGHT, THERMOS BOTTLE AND portable radio in hand, representatives of eight
Why Excluded quadrangle houses and a fraternity are camping on the steps of Hill Aud., attempting to set a record
Walker and Goldstein asserted, in concert ticket line standing. Block tickets for the Mitchell Trio go on sale there tomorrow morn-
all civil rights organizations feel ing. The group has been standing vigil since noon Tuesday, taking roll call every half hour and
that, because the Negroes arenex- sleeping overnight on the steps. "We want to make sure we get the best tickets," one stalwart declar-
congressional representatives do ed. "Our prestige is at stake." Winchell House in West Quad is first in line, followed by Michigan,
not represent the political attitude Gomberg, Reeves, Huber, Van Tyne, Taylor, Hayden, and Tau Delta Phi fraternity.
of a large segment of the popu-
lao il rights workers through- The Week To Come: A Camrpus Calend
out the country have been asking
President Lyndon B. Johnson to
pugemebes fhi on aryTODAY, OCT. 18 in discussion with Paul Tillich on1 7 and 9 p.m.--Cinema Guild pre-
purge members of his own party '"otmoayMni erho et xeietlflsi h
for some time. This mock election 3 and 8 p.m.-The PTP presents "Contemporary Man in Search of sents experimental films in the
will put much pressure on him to the APA in "Judith" at Lydia Identity" in the Union Ballroom. Architecture Aud.
act. Mendelssohn Theatre. 8 p.m.-The PTP presents the 8 p.m.-Prof. John A. Williams
"We can't be optimistic about 7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild APA in "Judith" at Lydia Men- of the Dept. of Astronomy will
anything since Johnson's against presents Charlie Chaplin's "Hard delssohn Theatre. speak on "Wonders of the South-
us; but we are trying to start Times" at the Arch. Aud. 8:30 p.m.-Odeon Partos, direc- ern Sky" in Aud. D, Angell Hall.
something and are thus taking a 4 p.m.-The Ann Arbor Sym- tor of the Rubin Academy of Mu 8 p.m.-The PTP presents the
first significant step." phony Orchestra will present their sic, Tel-Aviv University, will speak APA in "Judith" at Lydia Men-
Need Help first concert in the Ann Arbor on "The Problems of the Contem- delssohn Theatre.
Walker and Goldstein both em- High School Aud porary Israeli Composer" in the 8 p.m.-Theodore Wallach of
phasized that what is basically TOMORROW, OCT. 19 Recital Hall, School of Music. Chicago will speak on "Christian
needed is manpower to get out the
neeismnoetogtotoh THURSDAY, OCT. 22 Science: A Fresh Approach to Se-
voters. "The people are afraid to 8:30 a.m.-Edward Pickett ofH
go down to the courthouse and the Control Data Corporation of 8:30 a.m.-Nathaniel Stewart of curity" at the First Church of
take the literacy test. Our goal has Minneapolis will speak on "Data the Alliance for Progress will speak Christian Science, 1833 Washte-
been to teach them what politics Processing and the Personnel on "How to Plan a Middle-Man- nw.
is all about, to instill them with Function" at the Union. agement Development Program" 8:30 p.m. - The Paul Taylor
political consciousness. 7:30 p.m.-Ian L. McHarg, land- at the Union. Dance Company will open the
"We will be knocking on doors scape architect, will speak on 9 a.m.-5 p.m.--The Office of Re- Chamber Dance Festival with a
and explaining why the state rep- "Evaluating Design" in Rackham ligious Affairs will hold inter- concert at Rackham Aud.
resentatives are obstructing civil Amphitheatre. views for students wishing to par- SATURDAY, OCT. 24
rights legislation, simultaneously 8 p.m.-Senator Philip Hart (D- ticipate in a private seminar with 2 and 4 p.m.-The University
showing them- that only by voting Mich) will speak on the League Prof. Paul Van Buren of Temple Players Children's Theatre Pro-
can anything get done." Mall following a torchlight pa- University in Rm. 2210 SAB. ductions will present "The Em-
Both civil rights workers further rade beginning at 7:30 p.m. at 2:15 p.m.-Dr. Clinton Desoto of peror's New Clothes" at Trueblood
explained that the Negroes have a the Engineering Arch. Johns Hopkins University will d.
tremendous fear of losing their 8 p.m.-The Ann Arbor Civic speak on "Spatial Paralogic" in 5 and 9 p.m.-The PT? presents
jobs or getting beaten up if they Theatre will hold the first in a Rm. 1057 Mental Health Research the APA in "Judith" in Lydia
register, series of four workshop sessions Mendelssohn Theatre.
KIM SWADOS, Broadway scenic designer, who is shown work-
ing on plans for the forthcoming United States premier of Gir-
audoux's "Judith" on the stage of the Mendelssohn Theatre. Mr.
Swados, who has designed over 200 CBS-TV network programs
and films, will also create the scenery for the Shaw "Man and
Superman" and was responsible for the set and lighting for
Y'.iC ............. . . . . . .
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18
School of Music Students of the Wind
Instrument Department Recital-Reci-
tal Hall, School of Music, 3 p.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Per
sonnel Techniques Seminar - Edward
Pickett, Control Data Corp., Minneap-
olis, Minn., "Data Processing and the
Personnel Function':: Michigan Union,
Conference on Organ Music-Registra-
tion, Hill Aud., 8:30 a.m.
Landscape Design Study -Course -
Registration, Rackham Lobby, 8:30 a.m.
School of Music Recital--Organists in
the Doctor of Musical Arts Program:
Hill Aud., 4:15 p.m.
School of Music Faculty Recital-Rob-
ert Clark, organist: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Doctoral Examination for Conrado de
Regla Santos, Political Science; thesis:
"A Formulation of the Concept of Au-
thority in Political and Bureaucratic
Terms,"' Mon., Oct. 19, 4609 Haven
Ball. at 3 p.m. Chairman. Ferrel Heady.
Special Colloquium: Dept. of Physics
and Biophysics Research. Division, IST,,
sponsor Michael 6. Rossman, Purdue
University- (recently of. M.R.C. Labora-
tory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge,
England), who will speak on "Whence
Protein Crystallography?" on Mon., Oct.
19, 4:15 p.m., Colloquium Room, Phys-
....sa~simiili Eismallisessii!#EE a!!msaitatsssis lsmiliiggtss ssing concept is here tostay,"
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Young Democratic Club, parade, ral- helpful. Interest in foreign affairs. and explained that, while the first
ly and speech by Senator Hart, Oct. 19, Women with MA only. U.S. citizens 5 conference had served an educa-'
7:30-8:30 p.m., League Mall. yrs. Also seeking specialists as follows: tive and stimulative purpose, the
Physicists, Mathematicians (Program- Present "complexion" s One of
ming & Data Processing), PhD Psychol-
Place tent ogists, Cartographers, & Foresters. Also "information exchange and spirit-
grads in Soc. Sciences, Journ., Econ., ed competition."
ANNOUNCEMENT: Pro- Bus. Ad., Lang., Poll. Sci., Area Stud- .r.h
Masters & Doctoral Fellowship o les. Men & women, age 21-35. Foreign More than 50 scientific papers
gram-Offered by Hughes Aircraft Co., assignments available for qualified sec- were presented during the three-
Culver City, Calif. Outstanding students retary-stenos & typists, day symposium, and 'their topics
in Physics, Math & Engrg. Tuition
& expenses plus salary & moving ex- Michigan Bell Telephone Co., Detroit reflected the wide range of fields
penses covered. Apply before Feb. 1. -grads in any area, esp. Math & Phys..1 in which scientists are interested
Applications available at Bureau of ics. Bachelor's & Master's levels forI
ABmanagement trng. program, elc. com- in remote sensing.
Appointments. puting in various locations. Both menj
PI;ACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau of & women:
Appointments-Seniors & grad students, f Michigan National Bank, Lansing
please call 764-7460 for appointments Male Dec. grads with degree in Lib. *
with the following: Arts, esp. Econ. or Bus. Ad. Positions<
WED., OCT. '2- I in Banking. Econ., Mgmt. Trng.4t
C.I.A.-Jr. Officer Training Program.
Selective program. Men, BA min. with POSITION OPENINGS:
B plus average. Foreign lang. & area Buckman Laboratories, Inc., Memphis, r-.
Tenn.-Sales & Tech. Service Represen- .. }
- ativescurrently in pulp & paper in- ,z}
_ A Adustry, for manufacturer of indust. '
They are very passive when in led by members of the APA at
the company of whites. During the Civic Theatre Building, 803
the summer, they would promise W. Washington. Reservations may
to go down to the courthouse to be made by calling 764-1538.
register the next day and would 8:30 p.m.-Organ recital by Prof.
never show up. Robert Clark of the School of
Walker and Goldstein added Music at Hill Aud.
that in the next week, students TUESDAY, OCT. 20
from many other universities willT
participate in the voter registra- 8:30 a.m.-Edward Pickett of
tion drive. Two other students the Control Data Corporation ofI
f the Un i4, it l,,o. rnina MinneapOlis Will speak on "Data
4 p.m.-Prof. Peter Newman of
Johns Hopkins University wvill
speak on "Foreign Investment and
Economic Growth: The Case of
East Africa" in Rm. 301 Economics
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild pre-
sents experimental films in the
8 p.m.-The PTP presents the
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild pre-
sents "The Crucible" in the Arch-
8:30 p.m.-The Jean-Leon Des-
tine, Haitian Dance Company will
perform in Rackham Aud.
8:30 p.m. - The Mitchell Trio
will present a concert in Hill
Aud. The Homecoming schedule is
rn une n nversa y also going
are William Clark. '67 and Robert
Processing and the Personnel APA m ' JTdetrL.
Function" at the Union.8 p delssohn Theatre.
9:30 a.m.-German organist Vol- 8:30 p.m. - The Paul Taylor
ker Gwinner will speak on "Im- Danc
provisation, and the Church Serv- special lecture-demonstration at
ice" at Hill Aud Rackham Aud.
FRIDAY, OCT. 23
4 p.m.-Prof. Emmeline H. Rich- 8:30 a.m.-Nathaniel Stewart of
ardson of Yale University will the Alliance for Progress will speak
speak on "The Etruscans and on "How to Plan a Management
oDevelopment Program" in the
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21 Union.
4 p.m.-Prof. Philip E. L. Smith 9 a.m.-5 p.m.-The Office of Re-
oi the University of Toronto will ligious Affairs will hold inter-'
speak on "Prehistoric Rock Draw- views for students wishing to par-
ings from Egypt: Implications for ticipate in a private seminar with
North African Art" in Aud. B, An- Prof. Paul Van Buren of Temple
gell Hall. University in Rm. 2210 SAB.
4:10 p.m.-Paul Tillich, theol- 4:15 p.m.-Prof. Louis Guttman,
ogian of the University of Chi- a visiting professor at the Univer-
cago will speak on "Grounds for sity, will speak on "Anxiety and
Moral Choice in a Pluralistic So- Status: An Example of Attitudinal'
ciety" in Rackham Aud. Principal Components" in Aud. B.
8 p.m.-Prof. Hans A. Bethe of -
Cornell University will speak on
"Disarmament and Strategic Sta-iY i
RGAN IZAION I I process chemicals.
For further information, please call.
NOTICES ! 76-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap
pointments, 3200 SAB. . k ' +' >'* a.
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Use of This Column for Announce- E nirs &gad s nt .
VInsi vial o fiilyrcg- EWS--Seniors & grad students, please }:"r, ""T
Iments is available to officially recog- sign schedule posted at 128-H W. Engrg. *"^ "'}' ,,F
nized and registered student organiza- for appointments with the following
tions only. Forms are available in Room foC ts he-
1011 SAB. OCT. 21-
Burroughs Corp., Detroit-All Degrees: :
Alpha Phi Omega, Executive Board EE, EM & ME. BS: E Math & E Physics.t
meetngOct 18 2 ~m. Rom 310 AB.Dec. grads. Men only. U.S. citizen- tNf" k Y # '
m 1 2 ship required. R. & D., Des.a
Canterbury House, Sunday snacks, OCT. 21-22--
discussion, Sun., Oct. 18, 8 p.m., Rev. General Electric Co., All locations - rkf#- "fy
Charles Miller speaking of his work in BS-MS: AE & Astro., ChE; EE, EM, IEe
3 Mississippi this summer, Canterbury Mat'ls., ME, Met, Chem.-(Analyt., Gen., THIS RADAR VIEW OF THE Detroit River and Belle Isle was
House, 218 N. Division. Inorganic, Organic & Physical). Math &
- - * Physics. BS: E Math, E Physics & Sci. made from many miles to the side of the spot with a "side-look-
Gamma Delta, Supper, 6 p.m., movie: Engrg. MS: Instru. & Nuclear. R. & D., "bys
"Question 7," 7 p.m., public invited Des., Prod. & Sales. ing" radar developed by University scientists for surveillance use
(free), Oct. 18, 1511 Washtenaw. OCT. 21 (p.m.)- by the United States Army. This radar is an example of the many
G * * Interstate Electronics Corp., Anaheim, techniques being developed for "remote sensing" of the environ-
Graduate Outing Club, Oct.. 18, 2 'Calif. & Wash., D.C.-All Degrees: EE.
p.m., Rackham, Huron St. entrance. MS-PhD: Instru, & Meteor. & Ocean. ment.
Guild House, Sunday Seminar: "Chris- jmmmm m m mmmmm m - m -- m=m =-.m mmi...m...mmm mmm mmmmmmmmm --m-mmmm
tian Thinking through the Centuries,"
Rev. J. Edgar Edwards, Oct. 18, 7-8
p.m.; Noon discussion, Oct. 19, 12-1 Charlie Chaplini
p.m., Les Vivian, Democratic candidate.
for Congress, Guild House, 802 Monroe. I
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La Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia, lunes, I
de 3 a 5, 3050 Frieze Bldg. Cafe, con-
Unitarian Student Group, Discussion: I
"J. D. Salinger's World View," N. Patrick E
Murray, Office of Religious Affairs, Oct.I For Program Information
18, 7 p.m., 1917 Washtenaw. Rides at j
Michigan Union, Markley, 6:45 p.m.
World University Service, University
of Michigan Chapter, Meeting, Oct, 20, "
7:30 p.m., Room 3545 SAB.II1L
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ADMISSION. FIFTY C ENTS
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bility" for the fourth annual Dew-
ey F. Fagerburg Memorial Lecture I
in Rackham Lecture Hall.
8 p.m.-Office of Religious Af-
fairs will present a student forum
W.T E' ONFO n'
at 7 o'clock
of a brand new
major studio film.
Come of either 5 or 7 p.m.
and see regular feature,
Topkapi, and sneak pre-
view. The preview is from
7 to 9 p.m . Topkapi is
shown both before and
Come on daring.
You're cut in on
fthe theft of
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of the following student-sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours after
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sponsored events are available in Room
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Directed by Ellis Rabb
HOMECOMING '64 !
by Jean Giraudoux