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TH E MICHIGAN DILOY

TUESDAY, JUNE '6, 195.

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FOUR DAYS LEFT:
Professor Contrasts
Aesthetic Contributions

Grads Search
Indian.Grounds
Research into Indian sites in
the St. Louis, Mo. area is being
carried out by two University grad-
uate students, Eugene Kozlovich
and Frank Livingston, under the
supervision of James B. Griffin,
director of the anthropology mu-
seum.
The work is financed by two
grants from the Wenner-Gren
Foundation for anthropological
research.

Cinema SL fud.
PASSPORT
to PIMLICO

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By DON HARRIS
Pointing out that the contribu-
tions of Aristotle to esthetics were
invaluable both for understanding
the drama of Greece and other na-
tions and in providing a basic
foundation for all subsequent crit-
icism, Prof. Robert G. C. Levens,
'U' Schedules 1
Conferences
Seven conferences and institutes
will be offered in 1953-54 by the
vocational education and practical
arts department, Ralph C. Wen-
rich, department chairman, an-
nounced yesterday.
Two fall conferences will be a
Clinic for General Shop Teachers
and an Institute for Teachers of
Woodwork.
Winter, 1954, will find drafting
teachers meeting for their second
annual institute and conference
slated for teachers of auto mech-
anics.
Two conferences and an insti-
tute are planned for spring. There
will be the Second Annual Insti-
tute for Teachers of Machine shop,
the Second Annual Conference for
Teachers of Driver Training and
the Second Annual Conference on
Vocational Education in the Com-
munity College.

Oxford University, yesterday dis-
cussed the relative merits of Greek
esthetic thought on the drama.
To contrast the theories of Aris-
totle with those of Plato, Prof.
Levens demonstrated how Plato,
in the Republic, fitted all facts
to ahpreconceived premise, while
Aristotle used the method of
scientific and empirical investiga-
tion.
Dealing primarily with the
"Poetics," Prof. Levens discussed
how Aristotle focused our at-
tention to the fact that the poet
gave us a "mental abstraction"
of life-what could happen un-
der certain conditions.
And with the heightened lucid-
ity and vividness which the skilled
poet must be able to furnish, plus
the presentation of a universal
truth or fact about life, drama
would approach nearer to "real-
ity," instead of farther as Plato
had said, according to Prof. Leven.
Because the action is stripped
down to the essentials, Prof. Lev-
ens -went on to explain, it had
"more of truth than three hours
of actu'al living."
Prof. Levens concluded by say-
ing the modern playwrite, because
of economic considerations, had
been forced to adhere to Aristotle's
observation on "unities of time
and space," and is consequently
better off.

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'MADWOMAN'--Clarabel Baird discusses with her friends Jim Briley and Joel Sebastian her plans
for reforming the world in double quick time.
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'Madwoman' Begins Run Tomorrow,

A philosophy fantistically Thor-
eau-ish in nature will be offered
by the speech department with its
presentation of "The Madwoman
of Chaillot" at 8 p.m. tomorrow in
Lydia Mendelssohn theater.
In the Jean Giraudoux comedy
eccentric countesses, Paris riff-
raff and businessmen rub elbows
Events Today
ROBERT L. Livingston of Pur-
due University will lecture on
"Structure of Gaseous Molecules"
as a part of the 'symposium on
x-ray diffraction at 10 a.m. 1044
Chemistry Bldg.
PROF. GEORGE GAMOW of the
George Washington University will
discuss "The ABC of General Rel-
ativity," as part of the astrophipics
symposium at ,2 p.m. 1400 Chem-
istry Bldg.
"METEOROLOGY AND the
Structural Engineer" will be the
subject of a lecture by Prof. Rob-
ert H. Sherlock of civil engineer-
ing at 4 p.m. in 311 West Engineer-
ing Bldg.
THE DEPARTMENT of Speech
and Classical Studies will sponsor
a lecture on "The Women of Greek
Tragedy" given by Prof. Robert
Levens of Oxford University at
4:15 p.m. in Auditorium A, Angell
Hall. Dramatized readings by
Daphne Levens will accompany
the lecture.
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R. B. LE PAGE of the University
College of the West Indies will dis-
cuss "The English Language Sit-
uation in the Caribbean" at 7:30
p.m. in Auditorium B, Angell Hall.
THE RADIATION Biology Sym-
posium will hear a lecture on
"Some Characteristics oftBiolog-
ical Damage Induced by Ionizing
Radiations" by L. H. Gray of the
Hammersmith Hospital of London,
England at 8 p.m., 1300 Chemistry
Bldg.
Dunlap Resigns
From Orchestra
Prof. Wayne Dunlap, conductor
of the University Symphony Or-
chestra since 1946, has submitted
his resignation from the University
faculty, it was learned yesterday.
Besides serving as Assistant Pro-
fessor of Orchestral Music, Prof.
Dunlap has been director of the
Opera Workshop.
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as Prof. Claribel Baird of the
speech department in the title role
of countess induces her unusual
friends to assist her in wiping out
evil and unhappiness.
With the aid of a rather oblig-
ing trap-door the countess is
able to accomplish this goal in
a relatively short time, one aft-
ernoon; and in the process she
is able to express a simple phil-
osophy of life in a mad, sur-
realistic manner.
Assisting Prof. Baird in her role
of mad sanity are Bette Ellis,
Grad., Gwen Amer, '54, and Lois
Benzet, Grad., who portray friends
of the countess from other areas
of the city.
, Other unusual friends of the;
countess are portrayed by Joel
Sebantian, '54 in the part of a rag-
picker and William Taylor, Grad.,
who plays the sewer man,.
Tickets for the play which will
run through Saturday are on sale
at the Lydia Mendelssohn box-

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Two New Coed
Classes opened
Two new recreational classes
have been opened by the Women's
physical education department.
A class in posture, figure and
carriage. at 3:30 p.m. Tuesdays
and Thursdays will begin with
the first class set for this Thurs-
day. Elementary swimming will
begin tomorrow with classes at
2:30 p.m. every Monday and Wed-
nesday.
There are also openings in mod-
ern dance classes, golf, tennis and
intermediate swimming. Interest-
ed women may register in rm. 15
of Barbour Gym.
Registration is also open for the
tennis tournament slated for July
8- at Palmer Field. Interested wo-
men may sign up at the desk of the
Women's Athletic Building.

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