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FRIDAY, TUTNE 29, 1957

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PAGE FOT~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1957

Language
Lectures Set
For Summer
A summer series of weekly lan-
guage lectures will be presented
beginning July 3 and continuing
through July 31.
All lectures included in the
program will deal with or are re-
lated to the subject of languages.
July 3 Prof. Sol Saporta of In-
diana University will give a lec-
ture entitled "Languages and
Cultures of the Southwest."
"High School Foreign Language
Teaching: Techniques, Frustra-
tions, and Rewards" will be the
title of a lecture to be given July
10 by Mrs. Angel del Barrio, a lan-
guage teacher at Detroit's Cody
High School.
Prof. Emma Birkmaier of the
University of Minnesota will lec-
ture on the topic "Current Prob-
lems Facing Foreign Language
Teaching on July 17.
A lecture entitled "Prognosis
and Achievement Testing in For-
eign Language" will be given by
Prof. Stanley Sapon : of Ohio
State University, July 24.

FIRST IN SERIES:
Indian Dance Team
To Perform July 19

Colorful Snail Collection
Featured by 'U' Museums

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO JOIN
Michigan's Largest VFW Club
invites you to-

Bhaskar and Company with
Sasha, internationally reknown
dance team, will perform at 8
p.m., July 19, in Hill Auditorium.
Bhaskar and his company
marked their formal debut a year
ago in a New York recital. Bhas-
kar performed his well known
series "The World in Dance" to a
'full house at Brooklyn Academy
of Music.
His performance proved there
is a body of foreigners xho have
learned the intricacies of some of
India's complicated dance move-
ments.
Bhaskar was the only Indian in
his troupe. Most noteworthy of
his American personnel was
Sasha, Bhaskar's partner. Sasha
seems to understand Bhaskar's

basic rhythm and complements it
always with taste.
. Bhaskar, son of the head of
the Fine Arts Department at
Madras University, is exceedingly
popular in India, Bombay, Cal-
cutta, and Madras.
He can entend his leg at will,
collapse his body into a perfect
arc indefinitely; he can balance,
on his knees and touch the back
of his head with the soles of his
feet.
Bhaskar can undulate his en-
tire body as a snake.
Besides Bhaskar's dancing abil-
ity he works out his own choreog-
raphy and designs costumes
which are breathtaking in sekuins
and brilliants.

-Daly-Eric Arnold
. . . opens lecture series
PROF. VAN BODENGRAVEN
Bodengraven
Opens t alks
Prof. Paul Van Bodengraven,
chairman of the Department of
Music Education at New York
University, lectured on "The Fab-
ulous Future of Music Education,"
in Angell Hall yesterday.
His talk opened a series of 10
leptures to be sponsored by the
University's School of Music.

A collection of tree snails is cur-
rently on display in the foyer of
University Museums Building.
Colorful examples of tree snails
are from Haiti, Cuba, and south-
ern Florida, and the Philippines.
Some of the examples were
sealed in floating trees cast
ashore in Florida. They're found
in islands of hardwood trees called
"hammocks".
Another feature is an interest-
ing variation of shells. These
shells consist of a variety of col-
ors, forms, and textures.

The focal point of the exhibi-
tion, "Shells of the Sea, the
Land, and Fresh Water, "is some
cameo work carved on a large
snail shell.
The exhibition remaining
through the Summer Session has
a smaller display from the Mu-
seums' collections.
This display has eggs which
were produced by a large South
American snail.
The so-called cats'-eyes in the
exhibit are really the cover of
openings of certain marine shells.

Mary Lou

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From 7:30 P.M to 11 :30
Phone NO 2-9442
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TAKE-OUT ORDERS ANY TIME

Closed Monday
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THOMPSON'S RESTAURANT
takes pleasure in announcing
an addition to their menu
of fine foods
PIZZA
will be served daily
from 11 A.M.
in our new dining room
"THE DUCHESS ROOM"
Expertly prepared by our special pizza pie maker and
baked in new modern ovens to give you
the "best tasting pizza in town."

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