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3DAY, OCTOBER 3, 1983

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KENNETH A. BOULDING
... international relations

By EDWARD HERSTEIN,
The Center for the Study of
onflict Resolution recently an-
ounced a new fellowship program
r students in the social sciences
who are eager to obtain more
aining than is customary in cog-
ate subjects relevant to peace re-
earch.,,
Pre-doctoral fellows will be ap-'
ointed from students accepted for
raduate workl!by the departments
f economics, political science,
sychology, sociology and social
sychology.
Post-doctoral fellows will be
ppolnted from applicants having
hD's in one of the social sciences
nid "who strongly desire to broad-
n their preparation for a career
iteaching or research by a thor-
ugh acquaintance with one of the
her social sciences, especially as
relates to international and con-
.ict studies."
The fellowship requires that thea
e-doctoral candidate take two
purses in basic theory. These
urses will be a seminar in con-
.ot systems taught by Prof. Ken-
eth Boulding of the economics
epartment and prosenminar in
eoretical approaches to inter-
ational relations taught by Prof.
1is Claude of the political science
epartment.
Nine hours of work in advanced
3urses other than those in which
e doctorate is expected are also
quired.
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Committee Promotes SNCC:
HoCu-mBuckets Across t
otors Curriculums
By MARGE WITECKI XColl ctL Ann Arbor's Civic Theatre has
negie grant expired in July 1962, announced its 1963-64 playbill. The
Founded in the same year that a membership drive was conducted jj~ program will open with "Sunrise
the Russian Sputnik set off a re- with the result that member insti- 8. 5 at Campobello" at 8:30 p.m. to-
evaluation of United States edu- tutions now support the commit- day through Saturday at Lydia
cation, the Inter-University Con- tee. Mendelssohn Theatre.
mittee on the Superior Student Dean Robertson of the literary An unofficial total of $1088.55 "Oklahoma," the Rodgers and
has acted as a guide and counsel college is on the executive board was released today as the sum col- Hammerstein musical, will follow
for the establishment, mainten- of the ICSS and declares it "Onei
ance and improvement of honors of the most satisfying ventures I've lected in the two-day bucket drive, ec 11-14 and aste f Hn
programs throughout the country. 'ever been associated with." sponsored by the University chap- eWill bsenTeMa3e
The committee as established "The need for a national effort ter of Friends of SNCC. Worker" willbappear March 19-
following a enference on honors in the field of honors education Dave Strauss, '64, chairman of 21 and the season will close April:
universities, Its imary fucti was a dynamic idea which came University Friends of SNCC, re- 16-18 with "Romanoff and Juliet."
unersti. rIt primsry fncions at the right time," Robertson said, ported yesterday that over 100
were to provide a source of con-i
sultants for institutions beginning Consulting Service students manned buckets. Americus.uTgr-i
an honors curriculumn or revamp- The University has taken advan- Doug Fraser, Grad, vice-chair-: "Brutality in Americus, Ga." will
ing an existing one, and to act as tage of the consulting service pro- man of University Friends of be the subject of a talk by Fred
a clearing-house of ideas concern- vided by the ICSS several times SNCC and co-ordinator of the Fetchheimer, Grad, at 7:30 p.m.
ing the education of exceptional and the bulletin contains articles drive, said yesterday that the today in the Multipurpose Rm. of
Students. by Michigan personnel in almost greatest sources of manpower for the UGLI, co-sponsored by the
To date, over 130 additional in- every issue. the drive were Friends of SNCC, University chapter of Friends of
stitutions have become members The executive committee of the Voice political party and Inter- SNCC and Voice political party.
and more than 300 new honors ICSS has decided to terminate Cooperative Council. Fetchheimer spent five weeks in
programs have been inaugurated. the organization in July 1965. The Strauss said that the largest jail in southwest Georgia last sum-
Mailing List concept of honors education has single donation was a $100 bill mer, where he worked as a SNCC
The committee newsletter, The been broadly accepted and estab- placed in a bucket by an anony- field secretary.
Superior Student, now has a mail- lished, according to Robertson, and mous donor.
ing list of 12,500 and is published the committee's mission has there- According to Fraser, the money Mozart..
six times a year from a permanent fore be'en accomplished. collected will go towards voter Mozart's one act opera, Bastien
headquarters maintained on the As objectives for the next two registration drives in southwest and Bastienne" and "When by
Colorado University campus years, the ICSS plans to continue Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. Now and Tree by Leaf," an experi-
The bulletin serves as an index its present activities in addition to Funds will also be used for office mental production, will open th e
and inventory for existing honors publishing a book to be written by supplies and $10 per week subsis- speech department's Student Lab-
programs, publishes articles re- former director Joseph Cohen, and tence wages for SNCC field oratory Theatre season at 4:10
garding new honors formats in working with permanent educa- workers. p.m. today in the Arena Theatre
particular and education research tional agencies such as the United One other use for the funds in the Frieze Bldg.
in general and reports on the prog- States Office of Public Education will be to reimburse! southern fam- The theatre's playbill will also
ress, problems and new ideas of so that many of the results and ilies whose wage-earners have lost include five subsequent produc-
honors colleges on all campuses, activities of the ICSS will be in- their jobs because of attempts to tions including works by Menan-
A thesis on "Major Features of corporated in these organizations. register to vote. der, Plautus, Moliere, Corteleine,
a Full Honors Program" spells out~-
what is advisable for a successful:..: -
venture into special education. It
is periodically reprinted with re-
visions and additions which theTYC
committee think necessary.THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Research Projects present
In addition to publicizing re-ese s
search conducted by its member
institutions, the committee has
conducted research projects of its
own sponsored by the National Sci-
ence Foundation and directed by
former University Prof. Andrew
G. DeRocco.
An interim report on De Roco's
research into the "Superior Stu-v
dent in Engineering" was in a re- HINE S
cent issue of the ICSS newsletter.
Plans were also being considered
to hold a conference on this same
subject. GREAT BASS OF THE
Conferences are another activi-
ty in which the ICSS has been very METROPOLaTAN OPERA
active. It has sponsored sevenr}
national and regional meetings,
with another one planned some- in Hill Audit
time in 1964. o
Foundation Grants LA
Financial support for the ICSS
originally came from foundation MAC
grants. However, when the Car-
at 8:30r i; ,r f>
Prices-This Attraction Onlyt
Matinees-$1.00 'P RA -
Eves. & Sun.-$1.25 PROGRAM - First halff- includes songs and t f.
arias by Bach, Mendelssohn, Jacopo Peri, Bee-
PRESNTS thoven, Zandonai, Carrissimi, Boito, Virgil
_____________Thomson, Jerome Hines, and William Grant < x,.
Still. } 4 b ''."
RICUART The second half of the program will be dra-'
matized with costume and make-up-scenes
from Mozart's 'Don Giovanni" and Moussorg-
ELSA MARTINELLI sky's "Boris Godounov" (in Russian) .
ORO-MA*GIE SMITH
RSON WELLES
R{ETICKETS: $4.50, $4.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.25 and $1.50
on sale at
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00 7:00,9:10 P..
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Weekday mats. .. $1.00 E . ~ E
Children ..... 50c Theater
Oct. 10, 11, 12
8:30 P.M.
A BO UT , BOX OFFICE
OPEN
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and Tennessee Williams, as well as
a bill of plays from the English
department's playwriting cou'ses.
SGC Interviews...
The Inter-Quadrangle Council F
will interview Student Government
Council candidates at 7:00 p.m. to-
night in 3510 SAB.
An open question period for the
candidates will also be held by the H
International Student Association
at 4:30 p.m. today in the Interna-
tional Center.
Hontecoming ... ;
The theme of this year's Home-
coming will be "'63 Skidoo."
Floats and displays will aim at
modernized versions of the Twen-1
ties' traditional events.

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Friday, October 4, Hill Auditorium
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Pr ces $2.50, 2.00, 1.50
ill Auditorium Box Office open 9 A.M. to > P.M.
SPONSORED BY THE MICHIGAN BANDS
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ON CAMPUS SALE DAY
8:45 to 5:10 .
ON DIAG AND AT CORNER OF NORTH U. & STATE STREETS
See student reps for season coupons
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS
PLAYBILL
Moliere:
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16-19

Jean Anouilh:

LOUIS JOURDAN-
MARGARET RUTHERFI
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THIEVES' CARNIVAL

Wed.-Sat., Nov.

13-16

Oscar Wilde:

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OF BEINGEARNEST
Wed.-Sat., 'Dec. 4-7

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Wed.-Sat., Feb. 26-29

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in cooperation with Dept. of English playwriting classes:
PREMIERE PRODUCTION
Thur.-Sat., Apr. 2-4

"HILARIOUS"
Life
"A SMASHER;
brilliant, almost
beyond pra ise"~
New Yorker

William Shakespeare:
HENRY V
Wed.-Sat., Apr. 22-25

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Opera Dept., School of Music in
AN OPERA to be announced

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1:00-4:30'
and 8:00

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