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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 17, 1968

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HOP WOOD WINNER:
'U' Players ProueRicmn Jude'

FRANCINE KARASIK and ROBERT ROSENBERG enjoy a little simultaneous sandwhich-munching
in the park.

JOHN KNOX, as Jude's Father Superior, urges him to stay Iin
the order.

Photographed by Thomas R. Copi

ERIC BROWN, as Jude I, and ROBERT Mc GILL, as Jude II, relax momentarily after leaving the I
monastery.

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Draft board clerk JOHN SLADE listens to FRANCINE KARASIK figure out a way to get DALE
HELMS into the army.

ROBERTA RAIDER, as Lea, explains to Jude, who has just tried to steal her picnic lunch, something
about life outside the monastery.

MELVYN BUCHNER, as Luigi, tries to talk Jude into escaping
from prison and joining the Brothers of Crime.

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