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Miller play to premiere here

(Continued from Page 1)

Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar.

28, Miller's acting debut will end.
Miller has been working on the SINCE 'U' PLAYERS are now
musical, which tells the story of coordinated with the Professional
Adam and Eve, since November Theatre Program under Meyer's
with composer Stanley Silverman. direction, students will design and
Meyer describes the music Silver- execute the settings, lights, and
man is writing for a rhythm group costumes.
and string quintet as "very excit- Through full participation in the
ing, some pop, and some verging, rehearsals slated to begin April S,
towards rock." students will have the opportunity,
to work closely with Miller and
According to J. Roland Wilson, the professional actors.
general manager of the University Wilson expects Miller to arrive
Theatre Programs, the musicians on campus the week before re-'
will probably be a combination of hearsals begin to view the student
New York professionals and stu- production of his work, The Cru-
dents from University Players. cible.
The play's professional New York Miller has emphasized that the'
cast will include former members University will receive full credit'
of the long-running rock musicals on any recordings, reviews, or fu-

ture performances. According to
Wilson, "It's interesting how much
Miller wants the University asso-
ciated with this production. As an
alumnus, he has very fond memo-
ries of this place."
The University research expen-
ditures in 1972-73 totaled $65.9 mil-
lion. The nation's first Institute, for
the Administrative Advancement
of Academic Women, a practical
training program to prepare wo-
men faculty members for senior
administrative positions in major
universities, was held at The Uni-
versity in 1973. The program was
funded by the Carnegie Corp. and
the Ford Foundation.

Sears steps down in
Mitchell, Stans trial
NEW YORK (P) - Government and perjury, punishable upon,-con-
witness Harry Sears ended seven viction by a maximum of 50 years
days of testimony in federal court in federal prison.
yesterday with a sworn assertion Sears and Vesco were named de-
that President Nixon knew "noth- fendants in the indictment, but
ing whatever" of a secret $200,000 Sears was granted total immunityj
campaign contribution from finan- from prosecution in return for his
cier Robert Vesco. testimony. Vesco fled the countryI
Sears had testified at the crimi- and is a fugitive.
ea rDuring his weeklong testimony,
nconspiracy tria of former Sears described numerous meet-
Gen. John Mitchell and ex-Com- ' er eciednmru et
merce Secretary Maurice Stans ings and phone conversations with
that Vesco said he took the Fifth Mitchell in 1971 trying to get an
Amendment at a fraud hearing to appointment with Casey to discuss
protect the President. The Securi-
ties and Exchange Commission
hearing was held shortly' before
- the 1972 presidential election. FLYING BRIDGE
"As far as you know, did Mr. RESTAURANT
Nixon have anything to do with this Falmouth, Massachusetts
$200,000 contributioh?" asked Asst.
U.S. Atty. John Wing. Summer Employment
Shouted objections arose from STARTING MAY 8
defense attorneys, and U.S. Dis- Reprstaes
trict Court Judge Lee Gagliardi bereeontampueswl
promptly sustained them. However,= THURSDAY, MARCH 21
Mitchell's attorney, Peter Fleming
Jr., suggested a stipulation on the
record "out of fairness to the OPENINGS:
- President." Dishwashers 1 8 plus
in Line Cook-1 8 plus
The indictment charges that in Waiters-i 8 plus
return for the contribution, Mitchell Waitresses-18uplus
and Stans sought to impede an Bartenders-18 plus
SEC investigation into Vesco's mul- Register with
tibillion-dollar corporate empire. Surgmmer Placement Office
The charges against the pair are 763-4117
conspiracy, obstruction of justice 763411

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Time: March 15, 1974 (Friday)
8 p.m.
Admission: 75c
Rm. 170, Physics-Astronomy Aud.,
Church Street
English Subtitles
Sponsored by the China Study Club


Imported by Suntory International. Los Angeles, Ca.

Dear Akadama Mama

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The Kama Sutra
of Wines.

Thursday, March 14
Day Calendar
Geography: Changing World Views--
'50 Years of Geography at Michigan,
Symposium I, League, 10 ajn.
Commission for Women Secretaries
Sub-Committee: G. Liddell, "Affirma-
tive Action Office," 2303 SEB, noon.
Regents Meeting: Admin. Bldg., 2:30
Future Worlds: J. Langford, "Struc-
ture of Spiritual & Scientific Revolu-
tion," Aud. 3, MLB, 3 pm.
MHRI: D. Cohen, U of Va. Sch. of
Med., "Conditioned Heart Rate Change
as a Possible Model for Cellular Studies
of Learning in Vertebrate Brain," 2059
Mental Hlth. Res. Inst., 3:45 pm.
Chemical Engineering: J. Hudson. U.
of Ill., "dhemicai Oscillations & Wave
Propagation," 1042 E. Engin., 4 pm.
Engineering: D. Grimes, "Alternative
Energy Sources," 335 W. Engin., 4 pm.
English: D. Hayman, "In the Per.
spective of Mechanics: Narrative De-
corum Revisited," 1035 Angell Hall, 4
pm.; seminar Rackham W. Conf. Rm.,
8 pm.
Physics: L. Chua. "One-Neutron Ex-
change in C12-C13 Interaction," P-A
Bldg. Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Speech, Communications, Theatre:
"A Diversion," Alfred De Musset, play-
wright, will conduct question & ans.
session after performance, Arena Thea-
tre. Frieze, 4 pm.
Romance Langs: Keniston Lecture:
K. Burke, "I Wanted to Write a Sa-
tire," Rackham Amph., 4:10 pm.
Int'l Night: Caribbean food, League
Cafeteria, 5 pm..
Education: O. Feinstein, Monteith
Coll., WSU, "Ethnicity & the White
American," Rackham Assembly Hall, 7
Law School Student Senate: "The
Rights of the Accused," 120 Hutchins
Hall, 7:30 pm.
Womens Studies Films: "The Black
Women;" "But What If the Dream
Comes True?" Lee. Rm. 1, MLB, 7:30
Music School, Coliegium Musicum:
"An Entertainment of Music from the
Court of Maximilian I," T. Taylor, di-
rector, Rackham Aud., 8 pm.
General Notices
Disabled Student Services: tickets
now on sale for Disabled Students
Fund-Raising Dinner, Mar. 31, at Cam.
pus Inn. Please call 763-2254 for info.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Gad Aseistantships in Counseling at
Ohio State U. 2 year MA program.
Some include residence hall respon-
sibilities for room and board & $125/
mo. Others pay $250/mo. Write Adm-

sions Office, 190 N. Oval Dr.,
bus, Ohio 43210.
Liberal Arts Grads interested
ondary school teaching can earn
ter's degree and teaching certifi
multaneously and be paid fc
teaching Unternship. Write Dr. B
Miller, Tenrple U. PhiladelphiaI
Radcliffe-Harvard Summer co
publishing procedures July 1-A
$990 including housing & board
aration for job in publishing hot
tails at CP&P.
Summer Placement
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Iroquois Resort. Mackinac
Opening for student to operat
I _ . - - -. . . . . .

Colum- shop-must have mechanical ability,
Maintenance workers needed, also ex-
in sec- perienced cook.
a mas- Tom Thomas. Organization, South.
cate s- fieldMI. Opening for student free the
orn the'firstof APRIL. Set up communication
Be.nard equipment and give live show demon.
19122. strations of Mobile Homes. Excellent
urse in salary plus expenses.
Aug 9,j
. Prep- Pleon Yacht Club, Boston, MA Op-
use. De- ening for Sailing instructor. Excellent
salary plus room and board. Details
City of Scottsdale, Arizona. Summer
Island. Intert Mgt. Prog. Work on various city
te bike projects. Practicum credit received.


........ ........ .


The U. of M.
Sat., March 30
8:30 p.m.
Willis Patterson,
Director Tickets: $3.50, $2.50 & $1.50
Glee Club Ticket Manager
1024 Administration Bldg.
U of M, Ann Arbor Mi. 48104

Dear Akadama Mama:
I was at a party where they were
serving Akadama Plum with Seven-
Up, and I tell you it was fan tastic, I
wonder if you know of any other neat
ways to serve Akadama wines.
A. Fan
Dear A. Fan:
First off let me thank you for the
wonderful weekend I had preparing to
answer your letter. We really had a ball
experimenting with Akadama Red,
White and Plum. And the only reason
I'm not still partying it tp is that I had
to meet a deadline for this column.
There are so many ways you can enjoy
Akadama, I like to think of it as the
Kama Sutra of wines. Here are some of
my favorite recipes. Bottoms up.
2 bottles Akadama White
I can frozen concentrated limeade
1 small block of ice
Mix together in punch bowl with
pineapple and lime slices. Serves
approximately 10 medium size cups.
2 bottles Akadama Red's
1 quart of club soda
1/2 can frozen concentrated lemonade K
Mix with lemon and orange slices in
large pitcher. Serve over ice.

1 bottle Akadama Plum
1 quart extra dry champagne
1 small block of ice
Sliced oranges and strawberries
Mix in punch bowl; serves approximately
10 medium size punch cups.
Equal parts Akadama Red and
orange juice
Spritz of soda
Serve with ice.
Pour chilled Akadama Red into tall glass
with ice. Add soda and stir gently.
1 part Vodka
1 part Akadama Red
Wor add to taste)
t Twist of lemon
1 part Akadaiia Plum
lW l1d 1 part Brandy
Serve in a large wine glass
or brandy snifter.
1 jigger Gi
Add Akadama Red to taste
Twist of lemon
Listen to Mama, and
pass the Akadama, the wine
that tastes a lot more than it costb.

It's a spewing smoke-
stack. It's litter in the
streets. It's a river where
fish can't live.
You know what pollu-
tion is.
But not everyone does.
So the next time you see
pollution, don't close your
eyes to it.
Write a letter. Make a
call. Point itout to someone
who can do something
about it.
start pollution.



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