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oliticiansjScoff, Officials Concerned

Civic Theatre Presents
Patrick's 'Hasty Heart'

"The Hasty Heart," a play by
John Patrick, will be the Ann
Arbor Civic Theatre's final produc-
tion of the year beginning at
8 p.m. tomorrow and running
through Saturday in the Lydia'
Mendelssohn Theatre.
A comedy with a tragic note
running throughout, "The Hasty
Socialists Plan
First Meeting
The Democratic Socialists Club
will hold an organizational meet-
ing tonight at 8 p.m. in the Union.
The group, established on cam-
pus Feb. 27, will select committees
an dmake program plans. The gen-
eral public is invited.
According to William Evans, '59,
chairman of the group, the objects
of the club include the presenta-
tion of socialist thought and dis-
cussion, the presentation of speak-
ers and the taking of an active
stand on both local and inter-
national issues.
Another object is the challeng-
ing of the Young Republicans and
Democrats to debate.
Evans said the object of the
debates would be to "find any life"
in the YR's and YD's. He expressed
doubt there was any.j
Scholar Views
itler Polic
Prof. Gerhard L. Weinberg of
the University of Kentucky His-
tory Department will speak on
"Hitler's Attack on the Soviet
Union" today.
The lecture, under the auspices
of the University history depart-
ment, will be given at 4 p.m. in
Aud. A.

Heart" made its debut soon after
the end of World War II. It has as
its setting an army hospital bar-
racks.
The main character is a stub-
born, suspicious and selfish Scotish
soldier, who antagonizes everyone
around him, but because it is
known that he has only a short
time to live, everyone is friendly
to him.
The Scot eventually surrenders
to the know. treatment, as well as
to the charms of one special nurse.
Directed by Ted Heusel, the play
will have Ron Sossi, '61, Charles
Steele, Grad., and Herb Sheffier,
'60, taking part.
Tickets for all three perform-
ances are currently on sale from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow and
until curtain time on performance
days at the theatre box office.
DIAL NO 2-3 136

&ufr /e4 TRAVELOGUE
"THE GOLDEN WEST"
The Great Scenic Wonders of the Western States
Motion Pictures in Natural Color
THURSDAY, MARCH 5-8:30 P.M
Tickets-90c,.50c Now on Sale at Box Office
HILL AUDITORIUM

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From Washington, D.C.

THE NATIONAL SYMPHONY
HOWARD MITCHELL, Conductor

MORTGAGE? -- Present University financial difficulties have
prompted some to suggest the mortgaging of Angell Hall as a
possible solution. "U":officials and state legislators differ over
serious proposals to end the present cash crisis.
sity to pledge future revenue or spring semester fees has already
income as security for loans. been paid off, Lee said. This was
Restrict Fees as Security done entirely with student fees,
Lee explained that the attorneys not from the recent state appro-
for the banks have decided that priation check (for November)
the University can only pledge .which the University recently re-
student fees as security for loans ceived.
which will be collectable during Another source of money, which
that fiscal year. (For the Univer- is not available for general Uni-
sity, the fiscal year begins on versity use is that received for
July 1.) research projects.
The University has already . Stirton explained that these are
pledged its student fees for both contracts for specified work. There
the spring semester and the sum- is, usually, no residue on these
mer semester to the banks-there- contracts, and if there is, the con-
fore it has nothing else to borrow tract specifies that it must be in-
on. vested in equipment used by the
The part of the loan secured by group carrying out the research.

GcARY
COOPER
MARIA
SCIIELL

* MALDEN
S A Baroda Production
PIAZZA TECHNICOLOR '
WARNER ]WO.
COMING
"The Sheriff of

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TONIGHT AT 8:30

Ghana Amends A igerian Resolution

HILL AUDITORIUM
PROGRAM
e"LEONORE" OVERTURE No. 3 ... ................Beethoven
ULA MER" ....................................Debussy ,
BERCEUSE and FINALE from the Ballet "The Firebird"
SYMPHONY No. 1 in E MINOR ....................Sibelius
TICKETS: $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50
Address:. University Musical Society, Burton Tower

period to elect the government of
independent Algeria."
After Ghana introduces the
amendment, debate will be held. At
the conclusion of debate, a vote
will be taken on the amendment.
Although this amendment wili
have been prepared in advance,
other amendments may be intro-
dubed extemporaneously from the
floor following the vote on Ghana's
amendment.
Maynard Goldman, '59, president
of Student Government Council,
will be Secretary-General of the
General Assembly.
The Assembly will consist of
delegates from 56 countries and a

delegate has been defined as any
University student who was born
in or is presently from the country
he is representing.
The only exception is the case of
the Union of Soviet Socialist Re-
publics where American students
from the Russian studies and poli-;
tical science departments will act
as Russian delegates since there
is no Russian student at the Uni-
versity.
Only the Russian delegation will
attempt to echo the official stand
of the USSR. All other delegates
will give their own opinions and
not necessarily those of the coun-
tries they represent.

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If you are unable to hear
THEODORE BIKEL in Ann Arbor
on Sunday
Hear him ... IN DETROIT
Saturday, March7 . . . 8:30 P.M.,I

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SEE IT!
presented
by .x
ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
on MARCH 5, 6, 7, at 8:00
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
LAST PLAY OF THE SEASON
Box Office Opens March 2-7, 11-5 P.M.
NO 8-6300
"SEE YOU AT THE LEAGUE"

" 2 Bands
" Floor Show
" Square
Dances
" Dancing
* Country
Games
" All-Star
Revue

Special Budget Prices
No. 1-BIG SPENDER
Fruit Cup
Chicken a ta King $525
or
Hot Sandwich includes
Vegetable & Potato tax & tip
Ice Cream, Coke & Coffee
No. 2-BUDGET
Fruit Punch $470
Chicken Sandwich -
Cole Slow includes
Ice Cream, Cake & Coffee tax & tip
No. 3- ECONOMY
2 Drinks of Choice $300
includes
tax & tip
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BRING YOUR
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