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December 05, 1965 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 21

…Michigan: * A bi. S Future in Education Continued from Page 9 million monstor providing 2000 or so jobs. The accelerator, or a similar project in the future, could easily fall to Ann Arbor and the impact would be tremendous. ONE ASPECT of the problem in setting off this sort of development has been the University's engineering school. Un- like the dean of engin schools, MIT. it has been slow to involve itself in new trends, reluctant t...…

December 05, 1965 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 22

… 1~ 4 -igher Education: 'Across the Street' The View from An Interview with a Former University Vice-President, And Berkeley's New Chancellor On Sept. II The Dailgys Senior Edi- tors held an extended interview with RogerW W. Ieyns, echo ate tabort to (as- smne the position of chancellor at the Unirersity of California's Berkeley canapas after serring as the University's nice-president for acadentic affirs since 1962. Eleyns -answersh her...…

December 05, 1965 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 23

…*w tDf 0, 4 NEW EPOWER IN SOCIETY.: Tom Wolfe TOM WOLFE: The Kandy-Kolored Tan- gerine-Flake Streamline Baby Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 1965 $5.50 By Mark R. Killingsworth IF QUALITY, not quantity, is the standard by which culture is judged, the best of American culture would doubt- less merit a highly favorable rating. Our musicians have continually been inno- vators. Our artists have been pre-emi- nent. We are quite possibly foremost in...…

December 05, 1965 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 24

…_,. _. 4 * 4 Rk 41 ... "Now I didn't say publish. I said scholarly work." .. "The crucial problem is-the loss of the innovative populati little bit of glancing over their shoulders occasionally to see if anybody was listen- ing, but most of the time it was a valid intellectual experience they were having. Well, you might say, I would like to have everybody to be so involved, but would-you? Would it be realistic to ex- pect it on every...…

December 05, 1965 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 25

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December 05, 1965 (vol. 12, iss. 2) • Page Image 26

… i -- , ''. offlfflo "Mm" 11 * David-Rhys Anderson as King Henry TI Era of Chaos By GAIT. BILUMBERG IN PRESENTING Shakespeare's trilogy of "Henry VI" the University Players have embarked upon an overwhelmingly ambitions task. The complete trilogy, per- formed in one season, has seen production only four times, and never by a student group. The play presents several major drawbacks which have accounted for the rarity of performance. To begi...…

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