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Program Notes
The Michigan Men's Glee Club Servant of Two Masters" at 8 p.m.
will present two joint concerts Tuesday and Thursday through
with the University of Wisconsin Saturday in Trueblood Aud.
Glee Club at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Sat-
urday in Hill Aud. Sound of Music
The featured soloist will be
Robert E. McGrath, '54 M, an Irish The Rodgers and Hammerstein
tenor with the Mitch Miller musical "The Sound of Music"
Chorus. will be presented at 8 p.m.
McGrath, former president of Wednesday in Hill Aud., opening
the Glee Club and music school the University Musical Society's
president in his senior year, will Extra Series.
sing "Eileen" with the. Glee Clubs
as well as another number. The British Comedy . . .
group will also sing Handel's "AP
"Round About the Starry Throne," "A Penny for a Song," the
a Gershwin medley, Michigan British comedy by John Whiting,
songs, the Negro spiritual "Ain't will be the last offering by the
Got Time to Die" and other songs Association of Producing Artists
G in the present Fall Drama Festival.
Cello Concert... Will Geer will play the comic
role of a country squire at the
Prof. Jerome Jelinek of the time of the Napoleonic wars who
music school and pianist Rhea prepares to halt an attack by
Kish will present a public concert Bonaparte from across the chan-
at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in Aud. A. nel. The madcap plot revolves
Included in the program will be around the efforts of a group of
works by Ross Lee Finney, Uni- English eccentrics to ready them-
versity composer - in - residence, selves for an imaginary invasion
.Bach, Schumann and Martinu. in 1804.
Television.. . - Art Exhibit . .
Television station WXYZ will A e bo f ef
feature Prof. Samuel Estep of the An exhibition of the art of
Law School when he discusses roadbuilding will be shown in the
La prhob her hiedisusesrfirst floor display space of the
legal problems raised by nuclear UGLI Oct. 28-Nov. 18. Elevated
energy development at 8 a.m roads, multi-lane highways, inter-
today, changes, airport runways and
Goldoni's: Farce. .. roads incorporating buildings and
towns are shown in about 70 en-
The University Players will pre- larged photographs, some of them
sent Carlo Goldoni's farce, "The mural size.
I - - - --- - - - .


Francis W. Kelsey

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the 19th
in a series of 21 articles featuring
the namesakes of the men's resi-
dence halls.)
Whatever else may be said of
him, no one could deny that Prof.
Francis W. Kelsey of the Latin
language and literature depart-
ment was an organizer of in-
defeatagible industry.
For 38 years a member of the
faculty, Prof. Kelsey was directly
responsible for numerous archaeo-
logical expeditions, the develop-
ment of the still infantile Univer-
sity Musical Society, and the se-
curing of many gifts and dona-
tions to the University.
As president of both the Ameri-
can Philological Association and
the Archaeological Institute of
America, he had a rapt interest
in archaeology which resulted in
the organization of two expeditions
two the Near East under the aus-
pices of the University.
Two Years Excavating
The first, undertaken in 1920,
brought to the University, after
two years of excavations, a wealth
of papyri, manuscripts, photo-
graphs, and archaeological ma-
The second, in 1924, brought an
even greater wealth of research
material from the excavations
conducted at ancient Antioch of
Pisidia, at Carthage, and at Kar-
anis in the Fayum of Egypt.
For his cooperation with the
French government in the Car-
thage excavation, Prof. Kelsey was
decorated with the insignia of the
Academic des Inscriptions et
First May Festival
As president of the University
Musical Society, Prof. Kelsey,,
along with his friend Prof. A. A.
Stanley, promoted the first May
Festival in 1894 and purchased
with donations, the $15,000 organ
used in Festival Hall at the Co-
lumbian Exposition. He secured
for the University the gift of the
Sterns Collection of Musical In-
It seemed as though the energies
of the New York-born educator
were unlimited. He had, in his
earlier years of teaching at Lake
League Makes
App ointments
The Women's League Interview-
ing and Nominating Committee
announced the following fall ap-
pointments to League committees
University services committee:
Dona Barcy, '64, Marilyn Chasteen,
'65, Nina Dodge, '64, Susan Finder,J
'65, Michal Schorer, '64, Jill Sim-
mons, '65; Social committee: Judy
Ward, '64; International commit-f
tee: Sara Hoberman, '65, Allyce
Wilson, '65; Education and culture
committee: Gayle Van Sant, '65.1

Forest University, been conspicu-
ous for the number and excellence
of texts he edited. His "Caesar"
for one had been through 21
printings. While at the University.
he was still engaged in much
original research.
Yet for all his industrious pro-
jects performed successfully, Prof.
Kelsey was not blindly admired by
his subordinates and colleagues.
William W. Bishop, for many years
University librarian, wrote that
the professor was an exasperating
man to work with and for. Ac-
cording to Bishop, he was full of
contradictions; though able and
learned he displayed amazing
gaps in his knowledge.
Intense Personality
It is Bishop's claim that Prof.
Kelsey did better work for the
Institute of Archaeology and the
American School in Rome than he
did for his own department. "Kel-
sey was one you had to get ac-
customed to and whose~ intensity
you had to forgive," he wrote.
For all his successes at the Uni-
versity, Prof. Kelsey could not
seem to make any money for him-
self. The Mexican gold mine in
which he had part interest was
eventually abandoned, and the
professor died a poor 69-year-old
man in 1927.
The University named Kelsey
House in South Quadrangle after
him in his memory.
The noted British lecturer and
author, Dr. D. Stark Murry will
lecture on "The British National
Health Service: Problems and
Prospects," at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow
in Rm. 3R-S of the Michigan
System .. .
Mrs. Henry Myer will discuss
the pressures affecting political
systems at noon tomorrow in the
lounge of the International Cen-
ter. The program, initiating a
series of noon discussion gather-
ings at the Center, is open to the
Workshop .. .
Everett J. Soop, director of the
University Extension Service, and
Lynn W. Eley, associate director,
will appear tomorrow on the pro-
gram of the midwest regional
workshop of the National Univer-
sity Extension Association at
Wayne State University.
The three day program is being
held from today until Tuesday
at McGregor Center. Eley will dis-
cuss "University Extension, Gov-
ernment and Political Training"
at the luncheon session tomorrow.
Soop will be a panelist at the din-
ner session.,

The Daily Bulletin is an official Chem., Physics, Geol., Math, Pharmacy,
publication of the University of Bacti., Biochem., Public Health, or
Michigan for which The Michigan Arch. bkgd. Locations throughout U.S.
Daily assumes no editorial respon- State Farm Mutual Insurance Co. -
sibility. Notices should be sent in Feb., June & Aug. grads. Men with
TYPEWRITTEN form to Roomr3564 Econ., Poll Sci., Math, and Law for
Administration Building before 2 Actuarial, Underwriting, Management
p.m. two days preceding publication. Trng., Office Mgmt. & Personnel posi-
tions. Men with Bus. Ad. or Liberal
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28 Arts degrees for Mgmt. Trng. Prog.
Men with legal educ. to become Field
Claim Reps. Location: Mich. Regional
Day Calendar Officm & Country-wide.
Union Carbide Consumer Products Co.
3:00 p.m.-Professional Theatre Program -Feb. & June grads. Men with Liberal
Association of Producing Ar- Arts & Bus, Ad. degrees for Territorial
tists in "Ghosts": Lydia M1en- Sales. Unlimited oppor. for advance-
delssohn Theatre. -ment to mgmt. positions. Location: Chi-
cago &oothereareas
7:00 and 9:00 p.m.-Cinema Guild-Dan- cago & other areas.
ny Kaye, Gynnis Johns and HURS., NOV. -
ny R, Gynns Jhnsand IBM-Feb., June & Aug. grads. Men
Basil Rathbone, "The Court & Women with majors in Physics,
Jester"; short, "Cavalcade of Math, Econ., Applied Math or Lib. Arts
American Serials": Architec- (any degree level) for various positions
ture Aud. in Research & Dev., Design, Electrical
Computing, Territorial Sales, Systems
Devel., Analysis and Programming Trng.
General Notices Also seeking MS & PhD candidates in
Astronomy. Location: IBM Offices in
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nominees N.Y., Dearborn, etc.
are invited to a coffee hour Wed., after- Scott Paper Co.-Feb. & June grads.
noon, Oct. 31, at 4:15 in the W. Con- l) Men in Liberal Arts, esp. Econ.,
ference Rm. of the Rackham Bldg. Ques- )eog., i EglAsoes Eon.
tions will be answered concerning the Geog., History, & English for Person-
tios wll e aswredconernng henel, Purchasing, Traffic & Trans., &
criteria for selection, the nature and Management Trng. 2) Organic & Physi-
purpose of the interviews, the choice cal Chem. degree candidate (al levels)
of schools, and the kind of informa- for positions in Res. & Dev. and Tech.
tion and credentials submitted by each Control Summer Employ. only Chem.
candidate which willtmost clearly n-students considered. Locations: one of 4
qualifications for a fellowship. plant locations in Mich., Pa., Maine or
qualficaionsfora felowsip.Ala.
AgTennessee Valley Authority -- Feb.,
Botanical Gardens: The greenhouses June & Aug. grads. Candidates with ma-
will be open to visitors this Sun. after- e ors appro. to job descriptions listed
noon, Oct. 28 from 3-5 p.m. The en- below for positions in various diva. of
noo, Ot. 8 fom -5 ~m.Theen-TVA: Trng. Officer on Mgmt. Services
trance to the Gardens is on Dixboro Staff; Stt in MarketAnalysi Brc
Road, one-half mile south of Plymouth Specialist in Prop. Mgmt.; Research
Road. This will be the last Sun. open- Analyst on Power Res. Staff; Purchasing
Agent; Mathematician; Personnal Offi-
cer; Data Processing Analyst; Biologist
Will All Students of the School of or Attorney. Also openings for Econo-
Nursing please check the bulletin boards mists and Public Admin. candidates.
in the School of Nursing for informa- Women considered only for positions of
tion about pre-classification. Mathematician & Statistician.
Continental Casualty Co.-Feb., June
EventsMonday & Aug. grads. Men & Women (women-
math only). Degrees Liberal Arts or
Institute of Labor and Industrial Re- recruiting for following depts.: Claims,
lations Lecture-Dr. D. Starkmurray, Actuarial, Promotion, Advertising, Agen-
"The British National Health Service: cy, Law, Investments and Accounting
Problems and Prospects": 3:30 p.m., & Stat. Location: Chicago.
Room 3RS, Michigan Union. General Electric Co. - Feb. & June
School of Public Health Assembly- grads. Men with Bus. Ad. bkgd. in up-
Dr. James Watt, "International Health": per half of class or upper half f their
4:00rp., Jasatto "IPturnaliHal eth":udmajor for Training Prog. (finance &
4:00 p.m., School of Public Health Aud. Acc't.).1 Candidates must have some Ac-
Law School Cooley Lecture Series- c't. & Financial bkgd. Will also inter-
LawSchol ooly ectre eris-view Liberal Arts majors-esp. those
Dr. D. Seaborn Davies, "The Law of with econ. & math majors for same
Homicide in England": 4:15 p.m., Room trng. course. Interviews will be held at
100, Hutchins Hall. Bus. Ad. Placement Office (220 Bus. Ad.
School of Music Faculty Recital - Bldg.).
Jerome Jelinek, cellist, and Rhea Kish,
pianist: 8:30 p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall.
Automatic Programming Seminar:
"Compiler Expression Scans," William A.
Linnell, Oct. 29, 4:00 p.m., Computing
Center, Seminar Room.
The National Research Council of
Canada desires Canadian students in
Science & Engrg. Application forms &
brochures available at Summer Place-
ment, 212 SAB.

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Revealed last century
1. The oneness of mankind.



Independent investigation of truth.
The foundation of all religions is one.
Religion must be the cause of unity.
Religion must be in accord with science
and reason.

of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for inter-
view appointments with the following:
WED., OCT. 31-
American Hospital supply Corp.-Feb.
& June grads. Men in Lib'l Arts, esp.
those with majors in Econ., Poll. Sc.,
English, Foreign Lang., Geog., Sociol.,
Psych, Anthro., History, Journ., Speech
& Educ. for Management Training, Mar-
ket Research, Office Management, Sales
(inside & territory), and Finance Train-
ees. Also interested in students with
Congregational Disciples E & R Guild,
International Evening - discussion on
domestic customs, desserts from many
countries will be served, Oct. 28, 7:30
p.m., 802 Monroe.
* *s
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Group,.Supper, 6 p.m.; Open Forum,
6:45 p.m.; Oct. 28, 1511 Washtenaw.
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, Oct. 28,
2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St. En-
* * *
Italian Club, Meeting, Oct. 30, 3-4:30
p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
* * *
Lutheran Student Assoc., Discussion
on "Love, Sex & Marriage," Oct. 28, 7
p.m., Hill & Forest.
Sociedad Hispanica, "Tertulia," Oct.
29, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
* * *
U. of M. Folk Dancers, Regular Meet-
ing, Dancing, Instruction, Oct. 30, 7:30
p.m., 1429 Hill.
Unitarian Student Group, Meeting,
Oct. 28, 7:30 p.m., 1st Unitarian Church,
Young Democratic Club & Young Re-
publicans, Joint Meeting-Debate on
Gov. Swainson's fiscal reform program
by Henry L. Bretton & Gilbert L. Burs-
ley (Candidates for State House of Rep-
resentatives from Ann Arbor), Oct. 31,
7:30 p.m., Union, Rms. 3R-S.

6. Equality between men and women.
7. Prejudice of all kinds must be forgotten.
8. Universal peace.
9. Universal education.
10. Spiritual solution of the economic problem.


A universal language.
An international tribunal.

When these teachings were rejected
by mankind, Baha'u'llah wrote:
The world is in travail, and its agitation waxeth day by
day. Its face is turned towards waywardness and unbelief.
Such shall be its plight, that to disclose it now would not
be meet and seemly. Its perversity will long continue.
And when the appointed hour is come, there shall sud-
denly appear that which shall cause the limbs of mankind
to quake. Then, and only then, will the Divine Standard
be unfurled.
in a World of Turmoil
will be the subject of
Winston G. Evans
final talk., Thurs., Nov. 1, 8 P.M.
Auditorium A, Angell Hall
Sponsored by U of'M Baha'i Student Group



Carlo Goldoni's
hilarious farce
he cERVANT of





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