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THE SUMMER DAILY

Wednesdoy, July 25, 1973

MS2 4 711 13 News
9 Courtship of Eddie's F ather
20 Land of the Giants
24 ABC News-Smsith/Reasoner
54 Flinftstoes
i6 fTaking Better Pictures
6:301 2 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd
4 13 NB3C News-John Chancellor
7 AB3C News-Smith/Reasoner
9 1Deam of Jeannie
24 Dick Van Dlyke
70 Gilligan's Island'
56 Guten Tag Wei Geht's
()A4) 56 German Film
7:111 2 Truth or Consequnc,,es'
4 News
7 To Tell the Troth
9 Beverly hillillies
11 Ttt Tell the Troth
13 What's My Lice?
20 Nannty and the Protessote
24 Bowling foerlDolars
5OILoveLtlty
7:30 2 What's My Lice?
4 Festival of Family Classies
7 Wild Kingdom
9 Irish Ravers
1t1lPolice Surgeon
13 Tetuth or Conseqtuences
20 IRifleman
24 Let's Make A Deal
:50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Consumer tGatot
8011 2 11 Sottny and Ctter Cotoedy
413 Adam-12
7 '4 Thicee Than Wate
56 NewIHaoe otoe Ar Sts
0:30 4 13 Madigtn
9 Singalong Jubslte
19111 2 01 Dan Attgust
9Necws-1)onlaly
20 Ozzie and Harriet
9:30 95 3To Is Announcted
20 Seven Huotdre'd Cub
56 SMan Bildss ManIDestroys
4 13 Search-Adventure
7 24 Owen Matshall
) 0 Peery Mason BW
56 5 15altlarer i t F- hongwa5 -
11:04 2 4 7 11 13 24 New
9 C(BC1News-LlosydIRobertson
5S0fOst Steps Be ynd-Drama BWV
i1110 211 Movit-DramaBW
"Cr ofthIeIHttnted" (1953)
41Johnnty Caro
7 4 ak Paar Tonite
9 News
20 Came MeetingIlour-Rfeligion
50 Mosie-Western
"Las of thte Badmen." (1957)
12:00 9 Moie-Derana BW
"Hld Black fhe Dawn." (1941)
1:00 4 7 13 News
1:102 Mosie-Comedy BW
;"The Big Noise" (1044)
11 News
THlE SUMMER DAILY, surnimee edi-
tio0 1f 311Miehig~an Daily
Vttl. LXXXIII, No. 47-S
Wednesday, dlys25, 1973
iedtd and manaedby stuldents t
the Unilversity of Michigan. News1phon
764-0562. Second class postage paid at
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106, Pablished
Sally Tuesday through Sunday moroning
asring the Un1versity yea at 420 May-
nards Street,. Ann Arbor, Mic01g00 48104.
Subserlesion rates: $10 by cie (ca-
pusarnea);$11 local oil (Michigan and
Ohio); 013 lion-IocalImil 1o01er0stte
and foreign).
Summer session pulblised Tsiesday
through Saturoday smorning. Subscrip-
tlots rates: $5.30 by caeeiee (campun
area); $6.50 local mai11(Michigan and
Ohio); $7.00 non-local mall (other
stolen ond foreigbn).

Medieval Festival cometh

By DIANE LEVICK
A bit of exciting history will
be recreated as the fourth Ann
Arbor Medieval Festival pre-
sents open-air deacon, juiggling,
and mic efur the next twvo week-
ends at various idyllic local
spnts.
Begun in 1969 by art history
student Chock Rosenberg, the
Medieval Festival has a inputa-
lion for entertaining people of all
ages and backgrounds -- at no
charge - in what one festival
director; Irene Goodman, calls
"an atmosphere of joy,"
This year's plays include The
Annunciation, an. English mys-
stery play; Calandrino's Fever
and The Secret Society, adapted
From Boccassio's Decanmeron.
Goodman, a library science
graduate student who majored
as an undergraduate in Medie-
val Studies, translated some of
the material herself from Middle
Eogli'h.
She warns that "there's a defi-
nite element of sexism in medic-
vat literature" To partially coun-
teract' this, two women and one
man have heels cast, as the holy
trinity.
"ItI's nost the usual theatrical
-- - - with3 the tension and
,the 'spening night,"' says Gosd-
man. "It's a fun thing. . it
can never 'fail."'
The Cantigis de Santa Maria,
Spanish religioulsly - oriented mus-
sic, will be performed on medie-
val instruments suct as the
crumhorn and the vielle, loaned

by the University.
Althsugh the University in past
years has funded the festival with
$230 yearly, not a cent was -pro-
vided this summer. Festival or-
ganizers turned to lscal mer-
chants for donations.
"We're trying to build up our
oawn resources," explains Good-
man. Festival workers built their
stage last stummer, so this sum-
mer they are concentrating on
designing their own costumes,
The schedule of Medieval Fes-
tival performances is: July 28
in the Arboretum at 3 p.m.; July
29 on the Ark lawn (1421 Bill St.)
at 11 am. and at 3 pm. in West
Park, Aug. 4 in Burns Park at
3 p.m., and Aug. 5 on the Diag
at 11 am. and in the Arboretum
at 3 p.m.
Dawily Official Bulletin
:..Wednesday, July .25.........
DAY CALENDAR
Commission foe Women : Rorn ecr
Heath Lounge, Union, 11:30 am,
Gerontology Lecture: M. Philihert,
Univ. of Geenoble, France, "Philomo-
chics of Aging Arosund the World," 140
'ch. oflus. Adm., 7pm.
Audio-VisualFims:'Getcrude Stein
whe This You SRemeberMe"
Au~d. 3, MLB, 7 pm.
Uoiversity Plnyers: Sakoespeare's
"Cosedy nf Errors," PowerCtrc., 8 pm.
Griad Coffee Houc: E. Conf. Rm.,
Raackham, 8 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Search Committee stow interviewing
Ice Director of Stucdent Orgoizaotiosss,
a salaried cosition within student got-
enment. Interviews begin Tues., July
31. Coil 764-0436 or 704-027 foe on ap-
pointment.

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