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"Sheer vocal elegance", Music Week London.
A clean, uellow style and a great feelin gof togetherness,"
Evening Express, Aberdeen, Scotland
"Cooly urbane virtuosity "Chicago Tribune.
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A Christmas program
Traditional carols
Irving Berlin's "White Christmas"
Songs by Jerome Kern and Cole Porter
Music of Scarlatti, Debussy, Rimsky-Korsakov
The New Swingle Singers' style of singing music by
Johann Sebastian Bach
Mozart's "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik"
FddatyDec.I2 at18:00
Q OWera(enter
Ticket prices: $9, $8, $7, and $5
Tickets at Burton Tower, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109
Weekdays 9-4:30, Sat. 9-12 (313) 665-3717
Tickets also available at Power Center
1% hours before performance time.
In Its 102nd Year
Student Rush Tickets for Serkin Concert on sale Monday,
Dec. 15, 4-4:30 at Hill Auditorium box office. $3 each. Limit
of 2 per person.

Page 8-Friday, December 12, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Carter's staff now seeking jobs

WASHINGTON (AP)-What do you
do after you've worked at the White
House?
Since President Carter's defeat,
several hundred people are pondering
that question. To help them find an an-
swer, job recruiters and so-called head
hunters probably will be brought in for
after-hours seminars.
Arnold Miller, director of the
presidential personnel office, said
recently that several White House aides
with contacts in the private sector have
been thinking of ways to help their
fellow employees find new jobs.
"SOME OF our people would benefit
from a chance to just talk at length with
a job counselor or someone from a

search firm, so we will try to do a little
of that," Miller said.
"People who've served in a variety of
capacities are at a point in their careers
when they might want to take a minute
and see what they want to do."
Many White House aides, of course,
will find jobs on their own. Some are
thinking of returning to their home
towns and others would like to stay in
Washirgton.
A COUPLE OF days after the elec-
tion, White House press secretary Jody
Powell called a meeting of his staff and
told them he wanted to help in any way
he could, according to one aide who was
present.
He also asked his staff to let 'him

know if any of them find employment so
there would be one less person for him
to worry about.
Powell also was the one who broke
the news of Carter's impending defeat
to many of his staff early on election
night. He thanked them for their efforts
and said they could always be proud of
the work they had done for Carter.
Powell, who has spent the last four
years trying to publicize the good
aspects of Carter's presidency and keep
his boss from misspeaking, said that

before Ronald Reagan's first televised
press conference as president-elect he
was curious to see whether he would be
rooting for Reagan to sidestep any
"traps" by reporters, or rooting for th
reporters to corner him.
After the press conference, Powell
divulged that he had found himself
cheering for Reagan and happy
whenever the former California gover-
nor handled a potentially tricky
question with diplomacy.

Sex film may cause

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre

Presents
Books and I.rics b} I
Alan hja ILerner Fred
Adapied From (eorge Bernard %h
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six Navy
ANNAPOLIS, Md.-(UPI)-Sex
acts between a female midshipmana
several of her male classmates w
filmed in a Naval Academy dormit
room last month by another midsl
man, school officials say.
The incident, involving a 21-year-
woman, a junior who already had ask
to leave the academy for medi
reasons, involved five males, four
them seniers and one a plebe, sour
at the academy said Tuesday.
While names were not releaseda
information on the incident remai
sketchy, it was clear that all six m
shipmen faced possible dismissal fr
the school, which trains Americ
naval officers.
THE INCIDENT is now in the ha

dismissals
ual of the academy superintendent, Vice
and Adm. William Lawrence, and any
ere recommendation for dismissal would
ory have to be approved by Navy officials
hip- in Washingon, said Capt. Clark Gam-
mell, the academy spokesman.
-old " "We're never happy for anything like
ked this to happen. You can imagine that
cal It's just something we've got to han-
of dle," he said. "Still, there are no
ces criminal charges, no coercion, no for-
ce-none of those bad-sounding words."
and All 4,400 midshipmen live in
ned sprawling Bancroft Hall-where the in-
nid- cident allegedly took place Nov.
om 22-with women's rooms assigned by
ca's companies and therefore intersperced
among those of the men.
nds -

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
January 7 - 10 and January 14 -17, 1981 8:00 P.M.
For ticket information call 662-7282, or write:
AACT Tickets, P.O. Box 1242, Ann Arbor 48106

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