THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, November 19, 1970
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He concluded with the Sonata
in B-Flat Opus 106, by Beethov-
en. Surnamed the Hammerklav-
ier, it is indeed true to its
name. Extremely long, and de-
manding of considerable dra-
matic interpretation in its lat-
ter three movements (so as not
to put the listener to sleep), it
is a difficult piece to perform
well. Nagel played the piece
In the Allegro, his fearful
"hammers", expounding t h e
theme, blended smoothly into
the melodic transitions, a n d
his climaxes were both roman-
tic and controlled as he turn-
ed slowly back to the restate-
ment. Only in the Adagio sos-
tehuto was the quality of his
interpretation lacking, as he al-
lowed the accompaniment to
overshadow the melody. Finish-
ing with the Lar go-Allegro ris-
oluto, his most romantic feel-
ings were given leash, as the
extended climax gave way to the
resolution of the mood and key,
The reticence of the last notes,
which after production h u n g
suspended by the mood, were
another proof of the thought
and feeling; which, when ac-
companied by technique, make
this and indeed all great p e r-
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19
Center for Research in Econ. Devel
Lecture: Lloyd Best, "Black Power in
the Carribean", W. Conf. rm., Rackham
7:30 p.m. and "Political Economy of
Plantation Society", Cntr. for Rsch
in Econ. Devel.,,noon.
Postgraduate Medicine, American As-
sociation for Automotive Medicine An-
nual Conference: Towsley Center, 8:30
Physics Lunch Seminar: R. H. Sands
E 1PNDORA.-d Mn~h~i~ :nPS txnrn
ket Socialism in Hungary," 200 Lane
Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Speech Student Lab Theatre: "How
He Lied to Her Husband" and "Episode
in the Life of the Author." Arena Thea-
tre, Frieze Bldg., 4:10 p.m.
International Center Tea: Internat'l
Center, 603 E. Madison, 4:30 p.m.
Center for Japanese Studies Lecture-
Demonstration: Mr. ani Mrs. Philip
Relnick, "Japanese Martial Arts and
Ways," Aud. A, Angell Hall, 7:30 p.m.
English Dept. Grad School Seminar:
For those considering grad studies in
Engl., 1025 Angell Hall, 7:30 p.m.
For info. on these jobs and o t h e r s
f throughout the country, come to Place-
ment Services, 3200 S.A.B.
Big Brother's, Saginaw, Case work-
er, degree in psych., soc. wk., soc.
Boy's Club of Detroit, Social re-
0 creation director, major in recreation,
health & P.E., or related field. Director
, of citizenship, education and leader-
ship training, major in guidance and
For the student body:
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g to be needing a job? '. ,
)u find things are kind
tough, call. TAYLOR
EER COLLEGE at 769-
7 and ask for JACK.
tell you how to pre-
yourself for a well
State Street at Liberty
MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS Warren Harding and Dean Caldwell
take photos and remove some of their heavy clothing yesterday
as they rest on the last rock ledge before going over the face to
the top of El Capitan.
conquer El Capitan
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of Iron Sulphur Proteins,' P&A Col- counseling, group work, or related field.
loq., Rm., 12 m Must have exper. with small groups.
Economics and Research Seminar in Hutzel Hospital - research technician,
Quantitative Economics. Annual Con- B zeinchem ./biol. some research ex-
ference on the Economic Outlook: per, with radioisotope desired. z
Rackham Amphitheater, 2 p.m. National Assessment of Education
Piano Student Recital: School of progress, administrative asst., MA in
Music Recital Hall, 12:30 p.m. English, journalism.
Library Science Lecture: F. I. Farber,E Late Announcement, Friday, Nov. 20,
Earlham College, "The College Library U. of Chicago, MAT program, inter-
Scene": Multipurpose Rm., Undergrad. view, call 763-1363 for appt. from 9-
Lib., 2 p.m. 12 and 1:30-4:30.
Thomas M. Cooley Lecture, The Re- FSEE exam Sat., Nov. 21, if you
form of Civil Procedure: Comparative SE apiatont takete ex
fand Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Prof. tsn napiaint aeteea
M. Cappelletti, U. of Florence L a w when we were out of booklets, please
ISchool, "Social and Political Aspects of pick up one this week. Personnel data
Civil Procedure - Reforms and Trends sheets in the booklet must be turned in
in Western and Eastern Europe," 100 when you take exam.
Hutchins Hall, 3:15 p.m K. G.::.t
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Botany Seminar: Dr. K. Garrett,
"Genetic Control of Trehalase in Neuro- O r A NI ATION
spora", 1139 Nat. Sci. Bldg., 4 p.m. ON
Humanities Lecture: G. H. Cannon,!
"Sir William Jones's Indian S es"
1040 Nat. Resources Bldg., 4 p.m.N
Nuclear Colloquium: C. Ellegard, . ....:.:.:..
Structure Studies in the Lead Re- The Office of Student Organizations
gion," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 p.m. is holding an open house on Friday,
Economics and Center for Russian Nov. 20, 3:00 - 5:00, Michigan Union,
and E. European Studies Lecture: Dr. 3rd floor. Come visit their new quar-
T. Nagy, Head, Hungarian Academy of ters in the Union and meet the new
Sciences, "Economic Reform and Mar- staff members. Everyone is welcome!
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YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK,
Calif.P,(') - Two hardy moun-
tain climbers struggled trium-
phantly to the top of El Capitan
just before noon yesterday, com-
pleting in 27 days the f i r s t
conquest of the sheer 3,000-foot
southeast face of the g i a n t
rock sentinel overlooking Yo-
Warren Harding, 46, and
Dean Caldwell, 27, had a rela-
tively easy climb up the last 400
sloping feet to the summit after
their perilous scaling of t h e
vertical cliff. El Capitan itself
is 7,400 feet above sea level.
At the top, reachable by foot
trails from the opposite side, a
party of about 80 friends a n d
newsmen had food and refresh-
ment for the weary, half-starved
Park R1angers said both men
were in good spirits and appear-
ed to be in fine physical shape,,
although they had eaten t h e i r
last scraps of food Tuesday.
The conquest of the south-
east face, known as the "wall of
the Morning Light" because it
reflects the sun's first rays, was
a classic go-up-and-stay affair-
The vertical and sometimes
overhanging granite offered few
handholds and rare spots to
stand. It had to be climbed by
driving pitons into cracks or
drilling expansion bolts into
smooth surfaces, then inching
up a nylon rope and repeating
Rains and stormy weather
stranded them about halfway
up for nearly a week, and their
.20-day supply of rations ran
A week ago the National Park
Service organized a rescue ex-
pedition, with the climbers ap-
parently stranded at the 2,000-
It assembled 17 experienced
climbers and a ton of supplies
on the summit and planned to
haul the men up by the lines, but
on Friday Harding and Cald-
well rejected the offer.
In clearing weather, t h e y
dropped- notes and yelled down
by bullhorn that they wanted no
With food and water almost.
exhausted, the climbers'4asten,-
ed their pace, making as much
as 200 feet a day.
Early yesterday they encoun-
tered a 6-foot overhang only 30
feet from the lip, but surmount-
ed it in a slow operation.
Finally, at 11:55 a.m., Park
Ranger Pete Thompson radioed
down to the park office that
both men had made it to the
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