Brown professor to lecture on canards

Brown University Prof. Rose Rosengard Subotnik, author of the books “Developing Variations” and “Deconstructive Variations” will speak tonight. Her lecture titled, “Did Tin Pan Alley Make Faulty Equipment for Living? Confronting some Old Critical Canards” will start at 5 p.m. in room 506 of the Burton Memorial Tower. The free event is sponsored by the School of Music.

Holocaust survivor to speak at Angell Hall

Retired Yale University professor and Holocaust survivor Geoffrey Hartman will lecture today at 12:15 p.m. in room 3222 of Angell Hall on preserving Holocaust testimonies. Hartman is a participant in the Holocaust Survivors Film Project and is director of the Fortunoff Video Archive. There is no cost to attend.

School of Music to sponsor play

The School of Music is sponsoring the play “The Hot L Baltimore.” The performance is tonight at 8 p.m. in the Trueblood Theater located in the Frieze Building. Andrea Frye directs the play that is about the lives of people staying in a run-down hotel. Ticket prices are $9 for students and $15 general admittance.

 

Crime Notes

Baseball breaks windshield

A subject reported to the Department of Public Safety Wednesday that his windshield had been broken when a stray baseball hit it. A report was filed.

Wallet lost at Union

A caller reported to DPS Wednesday that he last used his wallet at the food court area in the Michigan Union and now does not know where it is.

Drunk man throws bottles at vehicles

Officers observed an intoxicated male throwing bottles at vehicles as he was walking down Madison Street Thursday morning. The subject was arrested and later released pending a warrant authorization.

 

This Day In Daily History

April 8, 1991 — The University has threatened to take legal action against GEO after its work stoppage on April 4.

GEO recieved a letter from the University explaining why legal action might be an option ‘U’ negotiators take. The letter took into consideration a clause in a University and GEO agreement, which expired April 5, stating: “The union will not cause, insitigate support or encourage, nor shall any employee take part in any concerted action against or any concerted interference with the operations of the University.”

 

Corrections

An article on Page 1 of yesterday’s edition of the Daily misspelled the names of MSA President Jesse Levine and former MSA President Jason Mironov.

Page 2B of yesterday’s edition of the Daily should have said that the cover art was done by Alexander Dziadosz.

A quote on Page 7B of yesterday’s edition of the Daily should have attributed a quote to Jason Voss.

The caption of a photo on page 12B of yesterday’s edition of the Daily should have said Heather Bodell plays her guitar.

A quote in an article on page 1 of Tuesday’s edition of the Daily should have said “the grassroots dissatisfaction with Kwame’s leadership was largely because of his primary focus on downtown development and the resulting lack of attention to the main issues concerning the neighborhoods — schools, safety and residential and commercial development,” said RC alum Craig Regester.

Please report any error in the Daily to corrections@michigandaily.com.

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