Alloy Orchestra to perform at Michigan Theatre

The popular three-man musical ensemble, the Alloy Orchestra, will perform tonight at 5 p.m. at the Michigan Theatre. The Alloy Orchestra writes and performs live accompaniment to silent films using various unusual objects, including its famous “rack of junk.” The featured silent film of the night is the recently restored classic “Metropolis.”

Presentation to highlight ethics in advertising

A presentation examining the life of Edgar “Painless” Parker and American ethics in advertising will be held today from 4 to 5 p.m. in room G550 of the School of Dentistry. Parker — an American dentist viewed negatively by many of his peers due to his use of advertising, including pulling 357 teeth in one day — is often credited with helping the public embrace dental care in the 19th century. This free event will include door prizes and refreshments beginning at 3:30 p.m.

Wom Glee Club to present a cappella and comedy show

The University’s Women’s Glee Club will be hosting a night of musical and comedic performance at 8 p.m. at the Improv Inferno on Main Street. The night will include a cappella selections and improv comedy. This event is open to individuals who are 18 and older, and the cost is $10. All ticket sales will benefit the Women’s Glee Club.

Crime Notes

Tools stolen from University Hospital

Hospital Security reported to the Department of Public Safety Tuesday that an unspecified number of tools were stolen from the University Hospital. A report has been filed.

Graffiti discovered in carport stairwell

A caller reported to DPS Tuesday that there was discriminatory grafitti about sexual orientation in the stairwell between level one and level one-A of the Thayer Carport. A report has been filed.

 

This Day in Daily History

MSA debate addresses activism, toilet paper

April 7, 1981 — Four Michigan Student Assembly presidential candidates fielded questions about everything from increasing student activism to soft toilet paper in a debate last night.

One of the major topics at the debate was MSA’s involvement with outside political issues.

“We shouldn’t exclude a group (from funding) because it is a political group,” said Jon Feiger, People’s Action Coalition candidate.

One audience member also asked Joyride Party candidate Steve Roach about his party’s “soft toilet paper” proposal, saying that lobbying for such things was unfair to those who preferred “hard toilet paper.”

Himmelstein fielded the question, suggesting that both types of toilet paper be made available to students.

 

Corrections

An article on Page 5 of yesterday’s edition of the Daily should have said that the play “Raised in Captivity” will be performed at the Arena Theatre.

An article on Page 1A of Monday’s edition of the Daily should have said that the vice president of Michigan NORML is Melody Karr, and Kate Dillon is the assistant director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws chapter at the University. Also, the U.S. Supreme Court case mentioned in the article should have been Ashcroft v. Raich, and it is uncertain when the Court will rule on the case. It also should have said that the march led by Scio Township Trustee Charles Ream was planned well in advance.

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