Friday, March 26, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Kelsey Museum rennovated
Go club going
By JENNY MILLER
If your life here at the Uni-
versity has become dull and
monotonous, if you know that
somewhere out there a chal-
lenge awaits you, perhaps there
is hope in sight.
This lies in the form of the
Ann Arbor Go Club, a group ofj
about 50 members who have
the opportunity of meeting
twice a week to match their'
skills with other Go enthusiasts.
Wilcox, like most strong play-
ers, is able to memorize an en-
tire game, sometimes consist-
ing of up to 300 moves. In this
way he is able to go over and
replay his game again and
again, in hopes of correcting his
mistakes and becoming strong-
WILCOX and others feel that
Go, while sophisticated, is easy
to learn. "It involves logic and
memory," they say, "and you
really have to love games for
game's sake to enjoy it. But
stron i By "IRIS CHRISTY
Loomi like a mysterious
old castl, amidst the other
a thousand dollars can be largely traditional University
ght. buildings, the Kelsey Museum7
esides being an intellectual of Ancient and Medieval Archa-
logical game, Go is also eology is a bit of a relic itself.!
ng used by researchers at While the building has recently,
University to aid in a pro- undergone extensive interior1
on Artificial Intelligence. renovation, the facade of the!
str tuirP b iilt in 1R91 - ill ri.
In addition, the once dingy1
floor has been sanded and re-
varnished, the walls and ceil-
ing have been painted and track
As as a result of these chan-
ges, the collections are more
visible, the architecture of the
building is enhanced and the
visitor does not feel overbur-
den d b the nnirannnrpC. a,,
GO IS A two-person contest once you learn how to play, it's
of Chinese origins on the same really addictive."
intellectual level as chess. It is For these addicted and dedi-
played on an almost square cated Go fans, sets costing up
board, with a grid of 19 lines
in each direction. According to a*s'
those knowledgable in the game, DAILY OFFICI
the board is slightly elongated :?s
for purely asthetic reasons. The Daily Official Bulletin is ar
While not exactly sweeping official publication of the Univer-
t tsity of Michigan. Notices should be
the country, Go is slowly grow- sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
ing in popularity, with an Amer- 409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the day preceding publication and
ican Go Association, consisting by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and
of about 500 members, and sunday. Items appear once only.
clubs situated in many areas of student organization notices are
the United States. not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
In these meetings, made up Day Calendar
of students, non-students, fac- WUOM: Victor Reuther, brother
ulty and others, one can sit for late union leader UAW, tPeople,
Politics, & Peace."
hours and hear such terms as Undergraduate Honors Convoca-
enclosure', 'eyes', 'life', and tion. Dean William Haber "Prepa-
aon. Iration for the Unexpected," Hill
Atari tossed freely Aaond.A d. 10:30 am.
Guild House: Luncheon, 50c,
THOSE WHO become 'strong' Conservations w/ Carl Oglesby,
enough may end up in one of Pres. SDS 1965, 802 Monroe, noon.
enuhmy p Ob. Gyn./Bio. Eng.: Robert Mar-
several local, nationwide, or shall, "Techniques for Analysis of
even worldwide tournaments. Evoked Potentials," L2204, Women's
The chances of beating the Jap- Hosp., noon.
g p Public Health Films: flattered
anese or Korean professionals Child, Aud., SPH II 12:10 pm.
however, are slim. While there a Educ. Communication Media:
are no professionals from the well's World: An American Dream,"
Western world at this time, one schorling Aud., SEB, 12.10 pm.
former Go player from the city," Physics: Fred Becchetti, "The
James Kerwin, may become the, Study of AIha Transfer Reactions,"
J, e2038 Randall Lab, 3:15 pm.
final non-Oriental to achieve Environmental Law Society: Gor-
this status. He is currently in don Kane, "Nuclear Energy," Cook
thpa starnis. h fine r eley-nRm., Law school, 3:30 pm.
Japan learning the finer ele- Anthropology Museum / Geology
ments of the game. / Mineralogy: Ofer Bar-Yousef He-
brew U., "The Kebarar and the
No one in the Ann Arbor club Epi-Paleolithic in Israel," 2401 CCL,
is uiesure we h lbws4 pm.
quite when the club was Int'l Ctr.: "The World's Fair,"
started here, but Bruce Wilcox, Entertainment, food, displays, Com-
now one of the forces behind it, munity High School, 410 N. Divi-
.elieve .besion, 6-11 pm.
beleves it began sometime in Music School: Region V North
the late 40's. American Saxophone Alliance of the
"That's a little before my World Saxophone Congress Conven-
time," he laughed. Hail, 7JpnMarie Londeix, Recital
Art Museum / Grad Students.
CORRECTIONe Impact of Photography on
FPfYT Contemporary Art," Museum of
Art 7:30 pm.
UTP: "Trojan Women," Trueblood
In the Daily story on the Theatre, Frieze, 8 pm.
Ward 5 city council race yes- --
terday, it was incorrectly stat- Midwest's Larqest Selection of
ed that Republican incumbent European Charters
Lou Belcher was elected in 1972.
Actually he first came on coun- Canadian nd U.S.
cil in 1974. from $259
Most college backetball wins'
in one season is a record 36 ,_GreatPlaces
held by Kentucky's 1948 team. TRAVEL CONSULTAN
Kentucky lost three times that 6 tAve CnnArTor
season but won the NCAA title. 216
DR. WALTER Reitman, a uiL, unILin inyi,..r- u L) f theoncU opresiv
main untouched, atmosphere of the place.
is in charge ofa this project. He "The building has been The renovation, made possi-
choose Go as his tool because designated a state historical ble by grants to the museum)
he needed something easy for monument under the protection from the National Endowment
the computor to deal with. of the State Historical Society," for the Arts as well as dona-'
The object is to make the said museum director John tions from the University, will
computor think in the same way Pedley. "Permission to reno- assist the museum in fulfilling
I as people do. In this way Reit- vate was granted if we made what museum coordinators see,
man hopes to learn more about no outside structural changes," as one of its major functions:
human thinking processes, he explained. education.,
which is his main interest. NEW, free - standing plexi- THE EXHIBITS are planned;
glass display cases now replace to coincide with courses taught
.-- " """"""- the archaic ones which once hid at the University as well as to,
IAL BULLETIN the original rustic paneling and educate the public. "We want
windows inside the museum, the public to come in and see,
UAC Musket: C'Hello Dolly," Pow-
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Petro, t'X-Ray Astronomy," The ON CAMPUS COURSES
Magnetosphere, observation, Aud. Your future depends on a 3% hr.
B, Angell, 8 pm. exam. Don't leave it to chance!
Philosophy: Gem Anscombe prof., Courses deveoed by:
Cambridge, "Soft Determinism," !ARCO PUBLISHING
gell, 8 pm Test Preparation Specialists for 40 a
Michfish Synhronzed wimYears and Candrilli and Slawsky
Show, '"Sub -_Attractions," Bell E
Pool, 8.15 pm. Rutgers Review Center, Inc.
Musical Society: Detroit Sym- Not affiliated with Rutgers,
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVI, No. 143
Friday, March 26, 1976 !
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