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Anna Russell, who has been call-
ed "a musical satirist of the high-
est order" will bring her one wo-
man show to Ann Arbor for two
performances Friday in Hill Audi-
Her vocal repertoire combines
all forms of music, from German
lieder "to Gilbert and Sullivan.
She once planned to be a serious
concert and opera artist and stu-
died voice, composition, piano and
cello at the Royal College of Mu-
sic in her native London, England.
However, instead of sticking to
the serious side of music, she turn-
'd to writing and performing
words and music for sketches sat-
irizing the pomposities of music
and its performers.
Tickets for both shows at 7 p.m.
and 9 p.m. are priced at $1 for
main floor and first balcony and
$.50 for second balcony.
They are on sale from members
of the Michigan Singers and at
3519 Administration Bldg.
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Horizons Shifting for Ex-SL Leader
Wistert To Speak to JIFC Tomorrow
By MURRY FRYMER1
It seems strange that someone
could have coined the phrase $"dis-
gruntled liberal" before meeting
Jelin, '55, is the perfect proto-
type. He joined the Student Legis-
lature four years ago because "all
of a sudden I found something I
could believe in as well ias work
He worked his way up to the
presidency last year, although
"aside from idealism and ambi-
tion there's not much to keep you
Horizon Always Shifting
And now after four years:
"Somehow you don't get self-sat-
isfaction. Every opportunity is
superceded by a bigger opportuni-
ty. College is the place you learn
that the horizon you thought was
fixed is really shifting."
Steve admits though there was
satisfaction connected with his SL
"You find that you're bucking
the University in toto," he said.
"IIt's satisfying to accomplish
something at those; odds. It's like
betting on a long shot when you
have a stake in the horse.
"I wouldn't trade my experi-
ence on SL. You can learn a great
deal getting hit over the head."
Now He Can Study
The SL presidency now is no
longer Steve's, but belongs to his
roommate Ned Simon, '55. Which
means that Steve now has the
free time to do something he
claims he hasn't done for three
and a half years-study.
Roompte Ned says that Steve
still has another pastime, .sleep-
"He's the laziest guy I know,"
Ned said. "He can sleep twelve to
thirteen hours on end. He slept
Total by 26
Former Michigan All-American
football player Francis Wistert,
'34, will be the featured speaker at
the Junior Interfraternity ,Coun-
cil's spring pledge convocation at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Union
Other speakers on the one-hour
program will be outgoing IFC Pre-,
sident John Balty, '55, JIFC Pre-
sident Robert Trost, '58, Assistant
to the Dean of Men William S.
Zerman and the new president of
the IFC, to be elected today.
* * *
Prof. James Spuhler, of the an-
thropology department will speak
on "Cultural Factors and Venereal
Disease" at 4 p.m. today in the
School of Public Health Auditor-
* * * .
The first of a series on juvenile
delinquency will be heard over
WPAG at 4 p.m. today,
... his favorite pastime, just talking
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thirteen hours before his law ap-
Law school is in the immediate
future for Steve. He plans to go
to either Yale or Columbia, al-
though "I haven't been accepted
by either 'yet."
Worked On Novel
After that Steve would like to
practice law or teach English lit-
erature. An English honors ma-
jor, he has done quite a bit of
writing in the past, including a
historical novel about the Mexi-
can revolt against Maximilian,
which he dropped three-quarters
of the way through because "it
Steve, whose father is on the
Democratic National Committee,
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calls himself a "rock-ribbed Demo-
crat," and probably "the only one
in Cincinnati," his hometown.
Since roommate Simon is about
as equally a rock-ribbed Republi-
can, Steve answers the question of
how they get along with: "We
don't. We fight constantly. That's
why we're in such demand at par-
Owns Over 500 Albums
Steve is a member of Sigma Al-
pha Mu, Quadrangle and Michi-
gamua. He has a music collection
of over 500 albums, all classical,
but claims no musical ability on
his own, although he at one time
played the piano.
As a senior looking back at four
years in Ann Arbor, Steve has one
"Everything here is thought of
in terms of number," he says.
".Quantity is emphasized instead
of quality,. I hate the 'progressive-
ness' to outstrip all other colleges
in the Modern Manner
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SIGMA ALPHA MU - Harold
Barron, '58; Sheldon Baum, '58;
Peter Berland, 58E; Sherman
Chessler, '58; Donald Kamin, '58;
Stanley Krausaar, '58PH; Morton
Lipman, '58E; Robert Mishel, '58;
Barrett Saltman, '58; Monte Udoff,
Dale Hanson, '58; James Paplo-
matas, '58; Kenneth Tippery, '57.
SIGMA NU-Robert Chapman,
'58; William Davis, '58E; Dean De
Poy, '58SM; Roger Frock, '58E;
George Googasian, '58; Omar Hel-
ferich, '57E; Norman Kopmeyer,
'58; John Kreuzer, '58E; Raymond
McFadden, '58E; George McIntyre,
'57; Walter Neumaier, '57; James
Peterson, '58; Duane Peterson,
'58E; Thomas Rendall, '56E; John
Ronan, '58; William Summerwill,
'58; Chris Wilhoit, '58; James
SIGMA PHI - Richard Bither,
'58; Richard Penberthy, '58.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON-Michael
Beer, '58A&D; Thomas Beierle,
'57E; Harold Bibb, '58E; Robert
Boshoven, '58E; Robert Bruce, '58;
Walter Carter, '57; James Conlin,
'58; Ronald Den Broeder, '59E;
Byron Hestevold, '58E; George
Lempio, '57E; James Rooney, 159;
Robert Sealby, '78; Robert Thomp-
son, '57; William Hobbs, '58A&D.
Tau Delta Phi
Donald Davidson, '59E; Allan
Drebin, '57; Robert Dunsky, '58P;
Abba Friedman, '59; Arthur Le-
vine, '59; Myron Nathan, '58; Saul
Pauker, 59E; Richard Reifler, '59;
David Rosenthal, '59E; Harold
Rossen, '58; Edward Schagrin,
'57E; Gerald Schiff, '59; Leonard
Shlain, '58; William Sriro, '59.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON - Arlow
Antieau; '59E; Gus Coutsourakis,
'57; Charles Finger, '59E; James
McClintock, '57; Sidney Yip,
THETA CHI-Bernard Bogdon,
'58E; Richard Cooper, '58NR; An-
thony Cousino, '58NR; Donald
Harris, '59; William Hendershot,
'56BAd; William Hesselgrave, '58;
David Reiser, '58; Carl Schultz,
THETA DELTA CHI - Edward
Boseker, '58; Glenn Carmichael,
'58; Stewart Gordon, '58;. Tomas
Johndtone, '58E; Edwin Rennell,
'60; Miles Southworth, '69Ed
Thomas Smith, '58; John Van
Roger Dalton, '58E; David De-
Boer, '58; Earl Englebrecht, '58E;
Arthur Epker, '58; Paul Foster,
'58E; Joseph Greenough, '58;
Grant Hildebrand, '59A&D; Philip
Mapes, '59A&D; William McNa-
mara, '58E; Robert Poters, '58E;
Gaylord Richardson, '58E; Rich-
ard Rieder, '58; Gary See, '57; Wil-
liam Surridge, '58E; Robert Toep-
THETA XI-Edward Van De-
TRIGON - Richard Chesney,
'57; Richard Mills, '56; Ronald
ZETA PSI - Brady Atherton,
'57; Charles Hammerslag, '57E;
Robert Huntsinger, '58; Robert
Lester, '58; David Verduin, '59.
TRIANGLE - Herbert Arkin,
Michael Kocinski, '56E; Richard
Vander Kolk, '58E.
ZETA BETA TAU-Roger Boe-
sky, '58; Jack Chudnoff, '58; Marc
Goldberg, '58; Henry Moses, '58; B.
Michael Rauh, '58; Donald Rob-
bins, '57; Norman Rotter, '58.
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ARISTO MULTILOG is widely rec-
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ard notation in the order from top
to bottom. Scales in parentheses
are on the slide of the rule. Front:
LL01 LLO2 LLO3 DF (CF CIF L
C1 C) D- LL3 LL2 LL1. Back. LL00
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underlined scales are usually not
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tion and operational connection
relative to the other scales.
The entire instrument plus case
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Which side of the desk will
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The right side-if you pick the right busi-
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will help you, through its men's manage.
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You start right off with good pay, pre-
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Representatives of Michigan Bell will tell
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Meanwhile, here are answers to a few of your questions:
WHAT IS MANAGEMENT TRAINING? A training pro- accounting, education, liberal arts, statistics,
gram with pay, and regular increases, leading physics or other subjects.
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