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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, S EA S0, 1959

PAGE TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, SRPTEMBER 30. 1956

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BJOERLING TO SING:
Rigoletto to Open Detroit Opera Series

By CAROL PRINS
"Rigoletto", performed by the
New York City Opera Company,
will open Detroit's 14th Annual
Grand Opera Festival November 7.
The Verdi work will be the first
production in a series of nine op-
eras to be performed. Jussi Bjoer-
ling, Metropolitan Opera tenor,
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will be heard in the leading role
of the Duke of Mantua on open-
ing night.
Ambrois Thomas' "Mignon" will
be heard on Friday, Nov. 9 with
Frances Bible, mezzo-soprano,
singing the title role. Two Satur-
day performances are scheduled
with Bizet's "Carmen" scheduled
for the matinee performance and
"La Boheme" by Giacomo Puccini
to be sung in the evening.
Shakespeare's "The Tempest"
which has been set to music in
a new modern work will be pre-

Concluding the Detroit Festival
will be "Die Fledermaus" by Jo-.
hann Strauss II. The lead roles in
the light opera which will be per-
formed November 14 w,11 be sung
by Beverly Sills, soprano, and Jon
Crain, tenor.
"Rigoletto", "Carmen", "La Bo-
heme", "La Traviata", "Il Trova-
tore" and "Mignon" will be sung
in their original language with
"The Tempest", "Orpheus in the
Underworld and "Die Fledermaus"
being sung in English.
The New York City Opera Com-
pany will present all the works
under the baton of their world fa-
mous new director, Erich Leins-
dorf.
Ticket reservations may be ob-
tained through the Detroit Grand
Opera Association in the Book
Building, Detroit. Ticket prices
range from $.75 for balcony to
$5.00 for box seats. The festival
will be held in the Masonic Temple
Auditorium with evening perform-
ances beginning at 8:30 p.m. and
matinee performances at 2:30 p.m.
'U' To Publish
Airport Story
"The Story of Willow Run" was
published by the University Press
Friday.
The first 2,000 copies will be
sent to Ypsilanti area high schools
for use as a textbook.
Two other books will also be
published by the Press during
September. They are "The Image"
by Prof. Kenneth Boulding of the
economics department, and "Eth-
ical Value" by Arabic studies ex-
pert Prof. George F. Hourani.

Garg Starts
Fall Season
Wednesday
"The fall Gargoyle season is well
underway," announced Roberta
Hard, Grad., associate editor, from
her sumptuous apartment over-
looking an alley off Huron Street.
"However," she added, "we are
seeking competent help from cam-
pus photographers, writers, artists
and idea men."
The next issue, on sale Oct. 31,
is said to be a combination satire
of Esquire, Playboy, and The Read-
er's Digest, according to rumors
which seeped out of a business
staff meeting Wednesday.
Staff meetings will be held in the
Garg office, Student Publications
Building, every Wednesday eve-
ning at 7:30 p.m.
"We have many openings on the
staff this year," warned Norman
Shubert, business manager and
broker. "This is mainly because
the staff from last year has gone
back to high school."
Individualists who would avoid
formally joining the staff are re-
minded that contributions are
always welcome any time of the
day or night, if delivered to the
office.
However managing editor David
Kessel was quick to point out the
many advantages of joining the
Garg staff.
"There are three main advan-
tages of joining our large and
friendly staff," he said. "One:
money. Staff members get paid,
once they are appointed to junior
positions. Two: coeducational-type
staff creates opportunities for
widening your circle of bosom
friends. Three: working on Garg
helps prepare you for life. Many
former staff members now read
LIFE."

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ADELE ADDISON...
... to sing in "Carmen"

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By EDWARD GERULDSEN
The University Christian Feder-
ation, Interguild, is planning a
weekly series of lectures and dis-
cussions on a variety of current
political issues and problems.
The series will be presnted in
an effort to relate fundamental
Christian principles and ethics to
current political problems, and to
give interested students a Chris-
tian basis on which to lay their
political decisions.
The programs, to be presented
on five Tuesday evenings in Oct.
will feature as speakers a number
of University faculty members and
other authorities in politics.
On Oct. 2, Herman Reissig, In-
ternational Relations Secretary of
the Social Action Committee of
the Congregational C h r i s t i a n
Churches in the United States,
and co-author of the book, "You
and the Nation and the. World,"
will discuss "A Christian Look at
the Soviet Union." Reissig, a noted
student of the Soviet Union, re-
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Architecture Aud. The forum, un-
der the sponsorship of the Inter-
national Students Association, will
deal with the Suez crisis.
On Oct. 16, there will be a lec-
ture covering another area of ten-
sion in the world. The speaker is
yet to be announced.
William Muehl, of Yale Divinity
School, Yale University, will ap-
pear on Oct. 23 at 4:15 p.m. in
Aud. A, Angell Hall in a lecture
entitled, "Is There an American
way in Foreign Policy?"
Finally, on Oct. 30, a talk on
"Christian Ethics and National Se-
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Lefever, of the Advanced Institute
of International Studies, Johns
Hopkins University. This lecture
will also be held in Aud. A, Angell
Hall at 4:15,
On the evening following each'
lecture, small discussion groups
will meet, led jointly by a student
and a faculty member who will1
serve as host and advisor.
The faculty members taking part
in the program are Profs. John
Young of the College of Engineer-
ing, Phillip Jones of the ltierary
school, George E. Mendenhall of
the Department of Near Eastern
Studies and Lionel H. Laing of the
political science department.

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sympathy."
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