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The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 23, 1987- Page 5

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Prof.
By KENNET
After living for mo
communities of the 'Y
University Music Prof.J
know what their life look
A multi-media cultura
Standifer, depicting th
Chinese minorities, open
Center Gallery. It will ck
The display is the resu
research, which include(
and the communities he;
they did; I woke when tl
the neighboring comm
them," he said.
The Yao people -
Chinese in the Guang L

displaysYao cull
H DINTZER focus of his studies and the subject of the
nths in the mountain exhibit. Two hundred and fifty color photos, all
Yao people in China, taken by Standifer, depict the members of the
James Standifer should community relating their history through their
s and sounds like. music. He said the photos were needed to
1 exhibit put together by augment the tapes of Yao music because "the
e lives and music of visual aspect of the people is very, very
s today in the Rackham striking."
ose on Saturday, A 15 minute video introducing the Yao and
lt of years of Standifer's describing Standifer's work will start the exhibit.
d several trips to China Explaining his decision to study the Yao,
studied. "I did whatever Standifer said, "they were the most unique of the
hey woke... to people of 56 minorities in China... their music is
nunities I was one of primitive, which makes it unique and giving it a
higher research value." The research was paid for
a race of 1.5 million by the National Academy of Sciences, the
Dons nrovince - is the Committee on Scholarly Communications with

ural study
the People's Republic of China, and the Ford
Foundation.
Standifer, whose credits include a PBS
television special called "Up From Jump Street,"
said his goal was to learn about the music from
another culture, place in its context, and then
analyze the results. He said this will have
tremendous classroom value bec a u s e
"understanding the differences in culture makes
people able to respect others... music and art
have this very fine ability."
Discussing his finding, Standifer said he found
similarities between minorities in China and
those in America. "I found strong connection
between the Yao people and the Afro-American,"
he said.

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last month," Brinkerhoff said in the
Y letter. "We 'goofed', and I am sorry."
"It rightfully angered those who
had already made travel arrangements
for later in the term," the letter said.
The revised policy goes into effect
Jan. 1.
Bill Sturgis, an assistant to
Brinkerhoff, said the only official
change in the policy is the starting
'date.
"The clear thing is the abrupt an-
nouncement just surprised people. It
really angered people, and it should
have," Sturgis said.
The University decided to require
the use of designated travel agents to
guarantee the lowest rates for staff
and to provide the University with
monthly reports analyzing Univer-
sity travel patterns.
Both the faculty's Senate Advi-
sory Committee on University Af-
fairs and the Financial Affairs com-
mittee opposed the original charge
in the travel policy.
The policy, as it was distributed
in September, said that the Financial
Affairs committee had approved the
changes, but committee Chair Jrry
Miller said they never approved the
policy's final versions.
"I'm very glad to hear that
changes are being made.... there was
considerable concern about it,"
Miller said.
SACUA Chair Harris McClam-
roch told the the group Monday,
"There may be some complaints
still. But to a large extent, it will
improve the situation."
The University has accounts with
seven travel agents in Ann Arbor,
and with several in Dearborn and
Flint. The agents provide a
"University desk" where they offer'
guaranteed lowest rates, a 24 hour

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toll free hotline for emergency
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