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Tuesday, January Z, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 26, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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they were far removed f r o m
even Ochs' present political
views. They are rousing, charm-
ing, dated sing-along chants,
and they got perhaps the warm-
est reception. His more recent
political songs, Rivers of Revo-
lution and Masculine American
Man ("I am the masculine
American man / I kill, there-
fore I am"), lacked the famil-
iarity of the earlier composi-
tions, and the audience reacted
less warmly to them.
Try-outs set
for musical
A one-act musical sketch,
"Johann Orpheus", has sched-
uled try-outs for Thursday, Jan-
uary 28. The story, based on the
Orpheus legend, calls for four
men and four women.
The play is being produced in
conjunction with the February
Ann Arbor Drama Festival to be
held at the Canterbury House
the 26 and 27 and at the Social
Work Aud. Feb. 22.
The Drama Festival is bring-
ing together an assortment of
theatrics from Gureilla theatre
to modern dance, including chil-
Idren's shows and workshops.
Auditions are from 3-5 p.m. in
room 2518 of the Frieze Bldg.

The mixture became more and
more paradoxical as Ochs- sang
Bells, Changes (one of his most
famous works, and a new song
about the late James Dean en-
titled Jim Dean of Indiana. All
three are very much in the typ-
ical folk genre and w e r e, at
least ideologically, in sharp con-
flict with t h e political songs.
And where in Ochs' cosmology
can one possibly locate his
straight but tongue-in-cheek
version of Merle Haggard's Okie
From Muskogee?
The entire set was very dis-
jointed and confusing . Phil
Ochs, who is blessed w it h a
beautifully pure choirboy voice,
makes the mistake of n e v e r
varying his vocal style. Every-
thing"really does sound the
same, no clues amidst the mess
as to where Ochs' guts reside.
The lack of variety leaves one
fairly bored and remarkably
perplexed. Ochs himself ends up
seemingly remote and detached,
going through the old-time folk
singer act which no longer has
the old zing to it.
On the whole, it was an ev-
ening which could only euphem-
istically be called lok-key. There
was a mood throughout the pro-
gram which bordered on the sui-
cidally depressive. This is not
to say that it is these people's
duty to put on a Good Show for
us somnalent masses; but it is
always a depressing symptom
when a sick society insists on
churning out such sick music.

Go od Times, Good Words

Phil Ochs at Hill Aud.

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General Notices
Regents' Meeting February 19: Com-
munications for consideration at this
meeting must be in the President's
hands by Thursday, February 4.
Phlacement
3200 S.A.B.
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
,Just received some information about
civil service jobs with following states:

Conn., Geor., Ky., and Neb., the in- , University of Pennsylvania, program
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ing on program chosen; further in- sertation, based on this exper., com-
formation at Career Planning., petes Vhe 3rd year of work.
ORGANIZATION NOTICES
The Student Association, Jan. 26, 7:30' 2024 Nat. Res. Bldg. Plans for his com-
p.m., Michigan League, 3rd floor, Rooms ing semester will be discussed, All in-
D and E. Speaker: Rudy Limpert t'The terested people welcome.

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