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April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 9

…9w 1 0 4 I - ~- w I!I Ann Arbor May Festival APRL April 2 2 23 2 4, 25 in HILL AUDITORIUM The Daily Mag 0 THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA AT ALL CONCERTS Programs SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 8:30 EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor Soloist: GALINA VISHNEVSKAYA, Soprano Program Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor.. ................. . Letter Scene from EUGENE ONEGIN GALINA VISHNEVSKAYA INTERMISSION . . Bach .Tchaikovsky "Ritorna vin...…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 10

… W I 4 w' V APRIL '67 American Freedom and Literature-wtvi thin There are 552 comfortable armchairs waiting for YOu at the - ti FORUM, Superlative Shows Groovy Movies Free Coffee FRESH OUTLOOK ON ENTERTAINMENT 210 S. Fifth Ave. Showtirmes Mon.-Thurs. 7, 9 p.m. Fri. 7, 9,11 p.m. St. 5, 7,79m11 pm Sun. 5171 9 pm. unless otherwise onnoun ed 761-9700 or outside society Being a Negro in the -%outh The Meanest Film Critic of Them All Ge...…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 11

…It 0 °? A, SI A' y Life on By ROBERT BENDELOW Two months ago, the job was im- possible. Now it's simple. Remember when you had only 22 seconds to do your job? Well, now you've got 10 seconds more than you. need, still 22 seconds. Minds crumble against the sheer he Line - boredom and monotony of the line. Nothing much happens, except that another engine, perhaps with a dif- ferent color -spring comes this time, instead of the usual grea...…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 12

…* 1~ ?! * ,' r" "I think the fear at first of the power structure, of the fighting doigs, the clubbi=? f ricymer the dirty name callers, this I think yo uhave until you are confronted with it and once you exp'-rience this Your fairs are cut down. This gives you more incentive to become a .art of the th . n le I &tie. t ROMNEY F PRESIDE or 'S jt -0 F 9/w Be entirely ready for the new season- The newest styles at the lowest prices...…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 13

…w4mp eSKLAR..0 . I 4, F + X. (Continued from page 3) laid aside the manuscript for nearly eight years. When he picked it up again he wrote in a different style about a different Huck. MARK TWAIN had succumbed to what Poirier calls the environ- ment of force, as opposed to the writer's own created environment of freedom. Later writers like Edith Wharton and Dreiser fall victim so completely to the environment of force that they could imag...…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 14

…e 4 1 :# At JOHN: "So Pauline Kael says... MARSHA: «Who says?" JOHN: "Pauline Kael, the film critic with a chip on her shoulder" "... Strack feels his squad "ill be tough by mid-season so the rebuilding job could. be a quick one... Basketball, 1966-67 By RICHARD AYERS The movie reviewers in America today hold a tyranny over the distri- bution system of films. Unless sup- ported by a mammoth Hollywood advertising campaign, a movie can'...…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 15

… A - - - - - w 4, -$ U. .f. 41 0 1*- FROM COACH OF THE YEAR TO THE DEPTHS OF THE BIG TEN The Long , Hard Season o f D ave St rack AGAINST the background of a des- olate Ann Arbor evening . . . strung up in its ignominy . . . a makeshift icon . ., flapping in a cold March wind. A kangaroo court . . . a hasty verdict . . . a mob lusting for ven- geance . . . a lynching, spurred by a catalyst - unknown - sanctioned only by the inherent ...…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 16

…11 ' A 5 i i 25%5 Na 1 s II Ko~ir I vj ity and each faction blames the other for the failures. The bickerings among the Chinese Communist chieftains had gone on for some time and became acute in 1964 and 1965. The question of who should have more say developed into an open power struggle. To forestall the attempts of his opponents to overthrow him, Mao Tse-tung and his supporters launch- ed the so-called proletarian cultural revol...…

April 10, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 158) • Page Image 17

…4 At,-a 4 V416U* f 4 - 9 In a not always too objective examination, a Formosan diplomat looks at the past, present and future of his homeland . 0 The Silence of the Si' By CHOW SHU-KAI Ambassador of the Republic of China to the United States Photographs by Robe THE PROBLEM of China in the last 100 years is how to build up a modern state through the preser- vation of the best of the old native culture and the absorption of the ne...…

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