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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, January 22,1980-Page 9

PBB cattle,
LANSING (UPI) '- Faced with fierce
opposition to burying PBB-tainted cat-
tle in Michigan, the state Department,
of Natural Resources (DNR) announ-
ced yesterday it is shipping 1,500 con-
taminated cows to Nevada for disposal.
The cows will be sent to a privately-
*wned disposal site near Beatty,
Nevada which currently is licensed to
handle a similar toxic chemical - PCB.
THE SHIPPING and storage
program is expected to cost about
$500,000.
The DNR has been embroiled for
several years in an emotional battle
with Oscoda County residents over its

to be disposed
program of burying near Mio-animals Mio wouldl
condemned under the state's PBB amount the
testing program. in refrigera
Local residents fear the toxic fire place in NeN
retardant will leak out of the DNR pits "It has b
and contaminate the local groun- tinued sear
dwater. remaining
THE STATE buried about 1,500 cattle wherever i
in one clay-lined pit and won a lengthy indefinitely
court battle over the program. Tanner sai
The Michigan Supreme Court, "In the f
however, allowed a local judge to im- feel we ha'
pose conditions so strict that the DNR table dispos
decided it could not comply.
A DNR spokesman said the cost of
constructing another pit for the cows in

in Nev.
likely have been double the
state is paying to ship them
ted trucks to a final resting
vada.
ecome obvious that a con-
ch for a suitable site for the
contaminated cattle,
n Michigan, could drag on
," DNR spokesman Howard
d.
ace of citizen opposition, I
ve found a safe and accep-
sal site," he said.
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Ballet Canadiens

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However, they looked as if they found
precious little inspiration in the piece.
Les Noces was the third offering of
the evening. Set to a vocal score in
French by Stravinsky, the version per-
formed by Les Grands Ballets
Canadiens was choreographed by Lar
Lubovitch and is only the fourth
mounting of this rarely performed
m that this reviewer is aware of.
Unlike the earlier versions which relied
upon stronger story lines to carry the
dance, Lubovitch's staging stresses the
strong emotional undertones surroun-
ding a Russian peasant wedding. As
such, the set itself was simple - two
benches lined up at the back of the
stage, the baggy dresses and tunics
worn by the dancers were dyed in the
. uted soft colors of a Breughel. The
ride and groom, who in typical
peasant tradition have never met, are
shown going through yarious rituals as
they prepare to leave their friends and
families, and enter married life. Con-
sistent with its subject matter, the
Lubovitch choreography offered no
pointe work and emphasized folk dan-
ce-type movements. The lighting,
which from time to time picked out cer-
tain groups of dancers or individuals,
worked very well with the
*horeography - particularly in the
final scenes of Les Noces, when red
lights Were used to project the shadows
of the lusty dancing as a backdrop to
the stage. The ten dancers in the ballet,
performed" well; however, Edward
Hillyerfieserves special mention for his
portrayal of the groom. His partnering
of Betsy Baron- as the bride was con-
fident, and the dances for the wedding
festivities allowed him to show off his
&oft leaps.
THE FINAL ballet on the program,
Tam Ti Delam, was the real crowd
pleaser of the evening. Set to the music
of Gilles Vigneault, the ballet is a
celebration of Quebec in six cheerful

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movements. Led by Jacques St-cyr as
the tap dancing and spoon playing
singer, the whole company, danced the
piece with sp .. Courting couples, folk
dancers, ice skaters, Scottile'. wers,
and even a misplaced hockey player
appeared and delighted the audience
with their solos and ensemble work.
Annette av Paul (who also danced with
James Bates as one of the lead couples
in the second movement) and David La
Hay were particularly charming in the
fourth ice skating movement, which
contained some amusing references in
both music and choreography to Puss-
inTBoots from Sleeping Beauty and the
Black Swan variation from Act III of
Swan Lake. La Hay also proved ex-
cellent in his dancing with the men's
ensemble, holding balances with
precision and beating well. After
numerous curtain calls, the audience
was so enthusiastic that the company
offered an encore of one of the earlier
cmovements of Tam Ti Delam while
members of the audience clapped along
with the beat. It was a satisfying end to
a uniquely enjoyable performance.
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(December 1979 and May 1980 Graduates)
It's not too early to start interviewing for jobs!
The following companies and graduate schools will be interviewing between now and

March:

Contact Career Planning and Placement about signing-up for interviews

Interviewing on Campus:

(3200 Student Activities Building)

JANUARY 21, 1980
Connecticut General
United Airlines
JANUARY 22, 1980
Burroughs Corporation
Electronic Data Systems
Chemical Abstracts Service
Action/Peace Corps/Vista
Shillito's
JANUARY 23, 1980
Electronic Data Systems
Shillito's
Action/Peace Corps/Vista
Winkelman's
Boy Scouts of America
Hooker Chemical
JANUARY 22 & 23, 1980
Graduate School & Career
Conferece For Minority
Students
Michigan League, 2nd Floor
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
JANUARY 24, 1980
Abraham & Straus
K -nr- .-nnrt:n

JANUARY 28, 1980
NCR Corporation
Aetna Insurance Company
Digital Equipment Company
Camp Maplehurst
DSC Corporation
JANUARY 29, 1980
Data General
Gantos
Dow Chemical Company
U.S. Air Force
Weyerhaeuser Corporation
White Sundstrand Machine
Tool Co!
JANUARY 30, 1980
Weyerhaeuser Corporation
Dow Chemical Company
Camp Tamarack
JANUARY 31, 1980
Saks Fifth Avenue
Union Oil of California
Easter Seals Camp
Dow Chemical Company
FEBRUARY 4, 1980
Carnation Company
Burroughs Corporation
American Motors Corporation

FEBRUARY 6, 1980
Ford Motor Company
Sears Roebuck & Company
Softeck, Inc.
Crystalaire
Xerox Corporation
FEBRUARY 7, 1980
Battelle-Columbus Laboratories
Bell System
Sears Roebuck & Company
Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp.
FEBRUARY 8, 1960
Mutual of New York
National Bank of Detroit
Camp Tamarack
FEBRUARY 11, 1980
Camp Tanuga
FEBRUARY 12, 1980
Old Dent Bank & Trust
Inland Steel Co.-(BA)
Montgomery Ward
Armak Company-(C)
Hewitt Associates
- ... . . .

FEBRUARY 14, 1980
Honeywell Inc.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
United Way of America
Diamond Shamrock(C)
FEBRUARY 15, 1980
Chevron Company
FEBRUARY 18, 1980
Energy & Environmental
Analysis, Inc.
FEBRUARY 19, 1980
Control Data Corporation
Great West Life Assurance
Company
Eastman Kodak-(C)
First National Bank of Chicago
Hewitt Associates
Peter Sudholm Associates
Data Point Corporation
FEBRUARY 20, 1980
Control Data Corporation
Great West Life Assurance
Company
Manufacturers National Bank
Hewitt Associates
Prudential Insurance"
FEBRUARY 21, 1980

FEBRUARY 22, 1980
TRW-Defense & Space Systems
RCA Corporation
FEBRUARY 25, 1980
Prime Computers, Inc.
TRW-Defense & Space Systems
Camp Tanuga.
FEBRUARY 26, 1980
Greyhound Corporation
Prime Computers, Inc.
Camp Tamarack
United Telephone Company
of Ohio
Marshall Field & Company
FEBRUARY 27, 1980
Lawrence Livermore Labs
Aetna Life and Casualty
U.S. Air Force
Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.
The Gap
Standard Oil of Indiana
Dow Chemical Company
FEBRUARY 28, 1980
Louis Dreyfus Corporation
R.R. Donnley & Sons

MARCH 12, 1980
K-Mart Corporation
Dow Corning
Camp Tamarack
Triad Systems Corp.
MARCH 13, 1980
Cargill, Inc.
Dow Corning
Cincinnati Milacron, Inc.
Nippersink Resourt
MARCH 14, 1980
U.S. Air Force
Camp Tanuga
Nippersink Resourt
MARCH 18, 1980
U.S. Navy
Energy Development Associates
Wayne State University/
Med. Center
MARCH 20, 1980
U.S. Navy
American Graduate School of
International Management
Camp Akiba
Cedar Lodge

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