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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 22, 1975

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, October 22, 1975

Mini-Course 412
(DIVISION 495)
EGYPT: 5000 Years of Civilization
1 CREDIT
Course Co-ordinator: Professor Ernest T. Abdel-Massih
Deoartment of Near Eastern Studies
3080 FRIEZE BUILDING-764-1594
-SCHEDULE-
OCT. 24, 3 :1 0-3 :20-Welconme-Openinq. Professor Ernest
T. Abdel-Massih. 3:20-5:00-Visual Survey of 5000 Years
of Civilization. Mr. Wilfred Rollman, Lecturer, History
Department.
OCT. 27, 3:10-5:00-H e a I t h and Disease in Ancient
Egypt. Prof. James Harris, Department of Orthodontics,
Dental Schol.
OCT. 29, 3 -10-5:00-Women in Ancient Egypt. Professor
Priscilla Soucek, History of Art.
OCT. 31, 3:10-5:00-Land Use in Egypt. Prof. William D.
Schorer, Anthropology Dept. and Center for N. East &
N. African Studies.
NOV. 3, 3:10-5:00-Islam in Law and Life.Lecture and
Slides by Professor K. AllinmLuther, Near Eastern Studies.
NOV. 5, 3:10-5:00-AI-Azhar University: 1000 Years of
Dedicated Scholarship. Lecture and Slides by Dr. A. Fathy
Bahia, Cultural Counselor, Embassy of Egypt.
NOV. 7, 3:10-5:00-Egyptian Culture as Reflected in the
Daily Use of Proverbs. Professor Ernest T. Abde.l-Massih,
Near Eastern Studies.
NOV. 10, 3:10-5:00 -Discussion of Selected Ancient
Eqyptian Obiects in the Kelsey Museum. Professor Elaine
K. Gazda, History of Art and Kelsey Museum.
ALL LECTURES LOCATED IN 1035 ANGELL HALL
Students should register and obtain information about the
course from the Dept of Near Eastern Studies, 3074 Frieze
Buildina, 764-0314.. Graduates may receive credit for
this course by petition.'

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Ex-elections official
sues SGC, Cites bias
(Continued from Page 1) Connection."
the following response from She denied that "bad public-
Bercovitz: "If you print it, ity" was the only reason for
we're going to have to cancel disapproving Bercovitz.
the elections." "OUR CURRENT election di-
THE REPORTER says a rector has organizational capa-
person identifying himself as bilities that are just as good as
Bercovitz called him later to Alan's," said Andrews.
say that the elections had been In the final selection process,
postponed until the following Andrews sent only the name of
week . However, the election the current director, Tim Ku-
was not delayed. nin, to Council for approval.
Bercovitz denies ever having Steve Kelley, chairman of the
made the call. Student Organizations Board
HIS SUIT, which was filed (SOB), who was present at
yesterday with Central Student Bercovitz's job interview,
Judiciary (CSJ), cites a provi- states, "I had no objections to
sion in the All-Campus Consti- Alan being assistant elections
tution that prohibits discrimin- director, but bad publicity
ation against students because could've entered in as a prob-
of "political views, national or- lem. I hoped it wouldn't be a
igin, religious creed, or any problem."
other arbitrary or unreasonable "I THINK the selection was
consideration." made on a different set of cri-
Asked to explain Bercovitz's teria than past performance,"
rejection, Andrews commented, continued Kelley. He cited Ku-
"My purpose was to be sure I nin's better "organizational ca-
had untainted elections. Alan pabilities" and ability to devote
had had a connection with them moretime to the position be-
before and it was not a positive cause he is not a student.

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TWIGGY AND her husband-to-be, actor Michael Whitney. The couple announced their marriage plans Monday.

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nine-mile stretch of roadway
leading from the city center to
one of the world's most famous
tourist attractions, the Pyra-
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undergoing renovation.
The highway was built under
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in the 1860s so that thousands of
guests that he had invited to the
opening of the Suez Canal could
enjoy a comfortable ride to the
5,000-year-old site.

LONDON (P)-Just turned 26, ing anything? They sent over i Davies, Twiggy developed in
Lesley Hornby has published her this woman wirter and all we! fame and considerable fortune
autobiography under her more did was talk, talk. Still, she did I with a famous model-without-a-
familiar pseudonym: "Twiggy." have me write something once, figure to a singer with a voice
At the autographing party like a letter, telling about a 1 he himself compared to a "de-
launching her life story, Twiggy holiday with Mum and Dad, and mented p a r r o t" and t h e n
came across as one of those now everyone says the book brought the same fragile skills
devastatingly h o n e s t modern sounds just like me," she ex- to movie stardom in Ken Rus-
writers with a bleeding compul- plained. sell's "The Boyfriend."
Gint p t. Pi sn. a-. ,.,,.ih,.,r f1Justii, tlhe hairdresser's broth-'

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sion to tel l it il ii s, no mat - wiggy is ie nsprng w
ter how many press agents rent story of a 15-year-old teeny-bop- er, was among the celebrities
their garments and their hand- per with enormous blue eyes at the author'srbash Monday
outs along the way. and "a bra stuffed with Klee- night looking proud and a bit
tnd"w astdiscovr oe bewildered, rather like Henry1
"OF ,COURSE I didn't actual- day by her hairdresser's brother Higgins losing his Cockney Pyg-
ly write it, love," she confided in the London suburb of Neasden mlioFair Lady. nal curtai of
to a roomful of book reviewers, and got to own her first Rolls- " m really awfully proud of
journalists and other literati and Royce before she grew up to Iher, and the book is so sincere,
to the mass despair of her pub- pass her driver's license test. her,.andehe bo s so sincsre
lishers, Hart-Davis, MacGibbon I ust like her," he said at almost
Ltd., UNDER THE tutelage of Jus- the precise moment that Twiggy
was acting out the last chapter,
"Gaws, can you imagine writ- tin de Villeneuve, born Nigel announcing hertengagement to
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can actor with whom she has
been living for some months
now.
THE PRINCE of Romania
patted Justin sympathetically on
the shoulder.
Witney grinned self conscious-
ly. The man from the Mirror-
or was it the Mail?-told an old
Twiggy joke, vintage 1968, about
her joining the circus with a
new act: "being shot out of a
rifle."
The authoress batted her long
black lashes as the flashbulbs
popped and the photographers,
as usual, demanded the impos-
sible: "A bit more cleavage,
dearie . .
A literary star was born.
"Why," enthused .anenrp
,ured flak, "this could be bigger
I than Twiggy tights."
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address compensation and the
ever-"resent echoes, it j u s t
wasn't as nice as it could have
been.
The cleanest funk tine was
"Saner Strnt." Again Deodato
put his percussion section ro
front, motioning the spotlight
over to Bassini during his solo.
Danny Triffian nlayed a fine
bass solo even though he had
'luly been with Deodato's band
for five days. The most effec-
tive passage was the cohesive
nercussion solos of Remo and
Rassini as they traded four bar
segments.
Deodato then introduced the
band, although he was having
some nroblems coordinating his
thoughts due to the amount of
brew that he had downed dur-
ing and before the concert.
DEODATO commented that
he didn't like playing theatresj
with orchestra pits - like the
Michigan-because "everybody
acts real cool. They eat pop-
corn and everyone is very po-
lite-just like I don't like them
'to be." But he said that he en-I
ioved playing here and ended
the set with his biggest hit,
Strauss's theme from "2001: A
Soace Odyssey." It lacked the
baking of the CTI orchestra
'which appeared on the original
recording.
In a brief interview after the
concert the band talked of their
future plansbbothttogethertand
individually. John Tropea, Deo-
dato's guitarist since the first
album, has recorded a new al-,
bum which will be released
within a couple of weeks. "A
lot of it will be disco music..
but some of it will be Deodato-
style jazz-funk."
Danny Trifian, who was play-
ing his fifth performance with
Deodato's band said he really
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.Plan depicts
life-of
lalcolm X
(Continued from Page 5)
. prison he embraced the Muis-
lim faith which inspired him to
raise himself and his brothers
from their corrupted existence.
Because of disagreement with
his doctrines, his life was cut
short by a flood of assassins'
bullets.
Prose and poetry reflect the
rhythm of the scenes. Serious
portions of Malcolm's life are
told with a variety of prose,
while lyrical poetry helps de-
pict the irresponsible lifestyle
he assumed while in Harlem.
Throughout the play, dance,
mime and music; are used in
conjunction with the speaking
parts to create tension and to
stir the emotions of the viewer.
N. R. Davidson's El Hajj Ma-
lik is not just a play about a
black revolutionist, but a mess-
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Cleveland Orchestra under the
direction of its music director,
Lorin Maazel, left on a four-
week tour of Europe Sept. 8.
This is the fourth foreign tour
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within a two-year period, the
orchestra having recently tour-
ed Australia, Japan and South
America.
Concerts take place in Eng-
land, Belgium, West Germany;
Austria, France, Switzerland
and Spain. Composers whose
works are being playedhare
Beethoven, Mahler, Brahms,
Prokofiev, Berlioz, Dvorak, Mo-
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