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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY S,1957

TUE MIChIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANTJARY 3, 1~57

ttlee Terms Eisenhower Doctrine
Useful Assumption of Responsibility'
(Continued from Page I)

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went along with Russian supres-
sion of the Hungarian rebels, Att-
lee described a "patronizing" tone
in recent Chinese, statements
about Russia.
In the interests r of "realism"
and a more effective internation-
al organization, he said, unpopu-
lar countries like Spain and Red
China should be admitted to the
United Nations. "I'm afraid you've
got to let them in."
Turning his attention to Bri-
ish politics, the post war prime
minister predicted an early re-
turn to power by the Laborites.
"I have no doubt," he remarked,
"that if 'there were an election
now we should get a majority."
Program Accepted
The socialistic program he ini-
tiated as Prime Minister has been
"very well accepted, even by our
opponents," Attlee said, and in
operation it has met its athor's
expectations.
He denied that the socialist,
movement had "petered out," but
refused to name any areas of the
British economy to which he
would like to see it extended.
Socialism, he explained, has al-
ways been a "practical program",
without a complete blueprint for
all the "streets of the New Jeru-
salem."
The job of describing specific,

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FORMER PRIME MINISTER-Earl Attlee said yesterday that
socialism in Britain has always been a "practical program."

Opera Gala
To Appear

of the party leader, Hugh Gait-
skill, and no longer his, Attlee
added.
Attlee on Cyprus
Attlee, who held office when the
Laborite government gave India
and Pakistan their independence,
disagreed adamantly with the
suggestion that the embattled is-
land of Cyprus could never free it-
self of British rule.
He suggested that Archbishop
Makarios, exiled by the British on
the charge of aiding rebellion,
should be returned to the island,
a frequent demand of the Cypri-
ots.
Newsmen's Question
Persistent newsmen were frus-
trated by hisequally persistent
refusal to tell them anything
helpful in advance about his eve-

The De Paur Opera Gala will
present highlights from three New
York successes at 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in Hill Aud.
Selections from "Porgy and
Bess," "Four Saints in Three Acts"
and "Carmen Jones" will be per-
formed by the, 55-member com-
pany directed by Leonard de Paur.
Tickets are . available at the
University Musicial Society in
Burton Memorial Tower.

day-to-day party policies is that.
ning address except that he
would speak bn the evolution of
the British Empire into the Brit-
ish Commonwealth.
"Will there be an advance text?"
"No. I've never believed in do-
ing the journalists' work for
them. Besides, I don't speak from
notes."
"Will you use an historical ap-
proach?"
"Partially historical, yes."
"But, sir, you're scheduled to
speak on 'The World Scene.' "
"Yes, and this is part of the
world scene. Couldn't cover the
whole thing in one lecture, you
know."
"How many lectures will you
be giving on your tour."
"Twelve in all."
"Couldn't you tell us a little
about your first one?"
"No," Attlee said, "that would
be 13."
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Organization
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Riding Club, meeting, 7 p.m., WAB.
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Ballet Club, meeting, 7 p.m. (be-
ginners) 7:50 p.m. (advanced), Barbour
Gym.
Student Square. Dancers, organiza-
tional meeting, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall.
Deutscher Verein, meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Room 3-G, Union. Speaker: Prof. Rei-
chart.
* * s
Congregational and Disciples Studentj
Guild, mid-week tea, 4:30-6 p.m., Guild
House.
Women's Rifle Club, meeting, 7:15
p.m., WAB. * * *
Anthropology Club, meeting, 8 p.m.
EastConference Room, Rackham,
speaker: Dr. Herbert Paper, "A Mathe-
matical Problem in Linguistics".
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Club, or-
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Women's Senate, meeting, 4 p.m.E
Wednesday, League.
American Society for Public Admin-
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DIALNO 2-3136
production of
TNTENNESSEE WILLIAMS'
boldest story!.
FROM WARNER BROS. STARRING
KARL MALDEN - CARROLLBA
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DRAMATIC ARTS CENTER:
Pagnol's 'To paze
Brilliant Comedy
ALTHOUGH CHRISTMAS VACATION was a joyful event, the
absence from Ann Arbor sounds at least one sad note: Marcel
Pagnol's "Topaze," a theatre "must," expires this Sunday. At this
writing only three performances remain and all who enjoy a fast-
paced, brilliantly directed and tremendously funny production are
urged to attend.
In the past, DAC's talents have shone particularly bright in
comedies and "Topaze" approaches their zenith The cast, headed

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by Ralph Drischell as Topaze, is
magnificent; David Metcalf, the
director, milks every possible
laugh from the script and throws
in several hilarious innovations
and Hermon Baker's settings
supply near-perfect background.
"Topaze" is a story of extrava-
gant extremes, an old and tested
comedy formula, and concerns
an astonishing truthful and
naive schoolteacher at a boy's
school suddenly transported into
the corrupt mileau of ..French
politics and business. His trans-
formation into this new environ-
ment is the rough outline of the
action and DAC exploits this far-
cical situation to the hilt.
Good theatre can only be
achieved when details are con-
sidered important and then mas-

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Music by GEORGE GERSHWIN
Lyrics by Du Bose Heyward and Ira Gershwin
Concert Version by Robert Russell Bennett

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