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October 13, 1957 - Image 2

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ium Give Visitor from State 'Willies

-DaIly-Eric Arnold
niversity's marching band, shown here in the midst of "Blues in the Night,"
nee routines which have included in recent years "The St. Louis Blues,"."The
e Varsity Drag," extsnged its unbeaten string yesterday by rolling over the,
their half-time encounter.

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to find out who this guy was;
must've been somenody pretty im-
portant though.
And my jaw plumb dropped
when the speaker says, he says,
"Doctor 'No. 310"; I never would've
guessed there'd be that many vets
just to take care of the dogs -at
the game.
Now I might mention that folks
around me was mighty much in a
tizzy about some dude down on the
field named "Benny." They was a
cussin' through their teeth all that
second half a sayin' "Bennie must
go"- and ya know, that Bennie
stood right there the whole time,
'cept when he knocked off for
lunch at halftime.
Only thing I saw Benny doin'!
wrong was atakin' this rambunc-
tious, stallion, No, 43, out of the!
game too much-ya know ya don't
change a horse when he's a gettin"
to know the furrows.
Once durin' the shindig I looked
up and thought the Russians had
caught us nappin'. There was air-
planes all 'round the bowl, but
guess they vas friendly.
Funny thing happened just
about third quarter. This Michi-
gan boy, Ptacek, he catches a pass
and right away one of his kin runs
over to shake his hand-course the
play wasn't over yet and they both
hit the ground like shot pheasants.
Well, we feel we came to totn
and showed you city slickers a
trick or 'too in football. For us, it
was a pretty fair country day.
hahn's Art
Ehibited
"The Graphic Works of BenI
Shahn" is the art exhibit which
opens today at the College of
Architecture and Design.
Under the auspices of the Mu-
seum of Art, Mr. Shahn's posters,
magazine illustrations, record-al-
bum covers, Christmas cards,
newspaper advertisements, illus-
trations for book, pamphlets and{
brochures may be seen on the
main corridor until October 31.
His works, circulated by the
American Institute of Graphic
Arts to various schools, colleges
and museums, show his appeal for
human beings in bondage, under
totalitarianism, in short all social,
problems. Political satire and car-i
icature are found in numerous
magazine illustrations.

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BOOM! BOOM!-In its review of music from other countries, the
band displayed some syncopated drumming talent, particularly,
in the selection representing Hawaii, the "Hawaiian War Chant"
Here the drummers' got one of their rare chances to star in a
number.

Who were the women who twisted his life and love-igr
the flame of his genius, driving him to immortal fame

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ARTIST SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
! v Drawing Board Oil Colors Charcoal
Paper Water Colors Charcoal Pads.
I Pads Brushes Canvas Panels,
Picture Frames PaintingOutfits Canvas Stretdhe
WAHR'S UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
316 SOUTH STATE STREET Phone NO 2-5669
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oony, under
Munch, will
oral Union
Chursday in
ogram are
1 G minor,"
"artes," and
o. Four."
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'U1 Nrganis t
Sets Recital.
Robert Noehren, University or-
ganist, will present the first or-
gan recital of a series of four at
4:15 p.m. today in Hill Auditorium.
This series will conclude the
performance of the complete
works of Bach which Noehren has
been presenting throughout the
last two years. The next three
concerts will be on Oct. 20, Oct.
27, and Nov. 3.
Included in tomorrow's program
'will be, "Trio Sonata No. 5 in C
Major," "Prelude in Fugue in C
Major," "Prelude in Fugue in G
Major" and eight choral preludes
from "Orgel Buchlein."
The performance' of the com-
plete works of Bach Is a task
rarely done, according to Noeh-
ren.
,The 'concerts are open to the

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"The Authority of the Senate"
will be the subject of Prof. Sir
Frank Adcock's third lecture on
"Roman Political Ideas and Prac-
tice" to be presented at 4:15 to-
morrow in Auditorium B, Angell
Hall.
Prof. A4cock is this year's Thom-

as Spencer Jerome lecturer. He is
presenting six speeches in the cur-
rent series.
He was formerly Professor of
Ancient History at Cambridge Uni
versity, and served as president of
the Classical Association.

Negroes Sue;
Charge Bias
In Pontiac
DETROIT (P) - Five Negroes
filed suit in United States District
Court Friday asking an injunction
to prohibit seven Pontiac bowling
establishments from allegedly dis-
criminating against Negroes.
They alsoasked $1,000 damages.
Pontiac PoliceaChief Herbert W.
Starley and patrolman Clarence
Smith were named as co-conspira-
tors with the seven bowling estab-
lishments. The Negroes contend
the policemen . refused to prevent
discrimination.
The suit charges that .bowling
alley operators refuse to accept
Negro bowlers "without exposing
them to different requirement from
those of other bowlers."
The Negroes said the terms were
"limiting and degrading" and al-
leged "ridiculous schemes" such as
restricting Negroes to the use of
alleys, at a particular time and
limiting them to wall alleys with
faulty equipment.I

TONIGHT at 8:00
"GENTLEMEN'S
AG EE1ME NT"
with
GREGORY PECK
DOROTHY McGU IRE
JOHN GARFIELD
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
50 cents

with MARJORIE RAMBEAU * JIM BACKUS'" ROGER SMITR * ROBERT
also "CUCKOO CLOCK~
Color Cartoon
THURSDAY
A Rendezvous With Romance
"ROMAN HOLIDAY" and "SABR
On One Tremendous Program

UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL. Presents
JAMES CAGNEY
DOROTHY MALONF
JANE GREER.

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Premieres
TODAY!

bed copies of the entire
of organ performances for
esent school year will be
le for distribution at the

In the morning
an Englishman gook8
forward to breakfast...

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but a Frenchman
has something
to look back on!

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Ann Arbor Civic Ballet Presents
ELL.
part mimic, part satirist, all hilarious"
-WASLT ERRY

Mass Meeting
Hillel Players
needYOU!

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Fanny Race

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Tri-Uni-
3:00 p.m..
ker: Tracy

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 8:30 P.M.
AT THE LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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TICKETS $2.75, $2.20, $1.65
Box office open 10-5

" Bea Lillie and Anna Russell
rolled together."
-WASHINGTrON'POST

isciples Guild,
n., Evangelical
Speaker: Dr.
and Architec-
isciples Guild,
9:30 a.m. Sec-
Room in Con-
;ion 2 in Chris-

ACTORS COSTUMING
SCRIPT WRITERS SCENE DESIGN
PRODUCERS STAGE CREW
DIRECTORS MAKE-UP
Old members, New members

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FRENN ARE
FUNNY RACE

"WILD ALMOST
TO THE POINT

al and Disciples Guild,
cussion on contemporary
, :30 pam., Guild House,

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Interfaith Activities Commit-
t 13, 4:00 p.m., Hillel.
mass meeting of Hillel Play-
13, 4:30 p.m., Hillel.
r Democratic Club, meeting,
7:30 p.m., Room 3B, Union.
U.S. Congresswoman Martha
s, "Republican Fiscal Policy
Repercussions."
a Delta Lutheran Students'
weekly Sunday supper and pro-
lt. 13, 6:00 p.m'., University Lu-
Chapel, 1511 Washtenaw. Open
iiscussf-:n.
ate Outing Club. hiking, Oct.
p.m., meet in back of Rackham.
ran Student Assn., 40th Anni-
Celebration, Oct. 10, 6:00 p.m.,
Ballroom.
.n Circle, meeting, Oct. 15, 8-10
ne Hall. Singing and music.
* * *
an Christian Fellowship, lec-
ct. 13, 4:00 p.m., Lane Hall.
Dr. Arthur F. Holmes, Ass't.
r of Bible and Philosophy,
[ College, "Miracles-Real or'
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OPEN MEETING for
Central Committee Petitioning
STues., Oct. 15 ... 1:15 Union

Everybody Welcome
HILLEL LOUNGE
1429 Hill Street
Sunday, October 13, 4:30

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