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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNE~bAy, MAYr
DRAMA SEASON: This is one of thoseg
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* f it. Don't negect it.
I ByBRUE CLE DIALNO -253 --Stan Ander
IF SM nc ic se ly ENDING THURSDAY Ceead
* He elaborated saying "Macbeth" theatre is excellent, Muchnick
"The object of the University's is a great classic which has a lot said, and Paul Hartman is well
rg .Drama Season is to bring the best of dramatic action and causes known in the night club circuitI
igs! professional theatre available with deep concentration on the part of as an outstanding comedian.'"
the greatest balance in produc- the audience. "Waiting for Godot" "Therefore, by putting both of
Muchnick, director of publicity, demands a lot from the audience method complementing each other,e
n an esaid in summing up the aim of the also, althoughon a different plane. "Godt" had very capable leads.I
seasonAfter "Godot" we wanted a mod-
He explained that there must be ern play so we chose an Australian
>5 -i e balance as to the type of show, the production. Although "Summer" Mj~~ I Ioney i~J E i1~D
casts, and the director, was not a success on Broadway, it p
"This season, for balance, we was felt the trouble lay in the
-were a little more off-beat since Australian company, Muchnick
we wanted to put on something For D rie~KA HR SN AT. IEMS EI GI..WT UTTEETRE
really different. Therefore,' it was pointed out. ecide toprsnt Wiin orCoeyraiioa
Godot'," he said. "Finally, it is traditional to have More than $200 has been col- ,"*("rt"
4Balanced by Comedy a play, and usually a comedy, to lected for the Algerian Student
."odtisblnebyalgtwrap up the season which wil Refugee drive, chairman Ahmed "'
please virtually everybody. Since Belkhodja, Grad., announced yes- I_____
* comedy, "Howie" and a "strong "The Happiest Millionaire" was terday. ____________________________
U oer rmai Sumroftesuch a success on Broadway and In addition to the funds, 30* FRIDAY: "THE YOUNG PHILADELPHIAS"*
NOW * Seventeenth Doll'" Muchnick as- on tour, we thought this would be bxso lte aebe oae ________________________
T He disclosed that he had wanted th da lsnh eakd ysuet n auty members...
"I 9 y to bring a Shakespearean produc- Earl Hyman is one of the fre- Eight boxes of medicine were also
3tion to Ann Arbor for the last ms er coso h stage given t h charity byth Univer-
2.98 : fur ear andhe aidtheoneand his background in classical sity Health Service.
')Afl * show which had not been done
8.49 here recently was "Macbeth." 4vi
3.49 :We have, throughout the past i DIAL O861
it four years, attempted to have NO861
3.08 : Charleton Heston do the tragedy, + ENDING THURSDAY'NEDSI
u and this was the first year we
3 Qcould coordinate our schedule with (g a eg a'
" V I him so that he could come," Much- w.vr~
1.8 : nick said.
3.98 ' Offeors m
3.98 EelMZO7hiSUgROdrama. _ FOREIGN FILM OF THE Y'EAR
3.8 a Fe l w h Ps KAtIFLL AANr OT L~tedramsa. sA GREAT FREN CHn FILM
2.98 The University is now taking actedt-Cut I,
2.98 fellowship applications from pros- i____________________ H T MUST LIVE " 1mto
.mmmmmmmmmmmnu~mm~ pective college teachers of five ___________ ____________ -slyCobr*f.J'
languages and area studies.
The languages and area studies "A striking extReorcinory fl t utriv
provided for under the NationalA IT'S A GAY, GORGEOUS, movies eXrperience of the first order"'
4 G E D f n e E u ai n A t ar u -G O I U , L V.SO Y, .. .~~
Danesed c hi n sc e R s-GO RAIBUS L NG BTRDE4Wv OASw~ r" N UW
Hinustni .. r ncebythBRD
rdsJpaee Preference Hnuawill be given to stu- DIAL NO 2-3136 ideas ofea oman h a t ' anrcn rmo elwrhsen g
dents who have al ready begunENIGFDA will tickle you with~oan '~
graduate work in the subject area EDN RDYluhe.L~daan "
rfor which they apply. 1 j / u3 "bA MASTERPIECE"" "MAGNIFCN700
ic t~ 1Stipends will begin at $75 a V' V~rariuW rr 4p loSatio rr z7 -New Republic
week for full-time study, plus $15-
for each dependent. Tuition fees a a o N E OF THE BEST PICTURES OF
and a travel allowance will be iitr Ce hrevalirtl EET E R'-at,~..v
included. RCN E R' -o~mcaTe*
'Interested students should re- .. .... ,..,. . . , . .... .. .
quest admission as a graduate stu-
dent from the admissions offilcer of tCOIGSATN
ye rs the Horace H. Rackham School of [ RDYFIA
Graduate Studies before June 1, .. . .
if possible. At the same time an ' SATURDAY
Y". application form for the National AAEYAADWNE
Defense Education Act fellowship AAEYAADWNE
faculty members directing the pro- /-, ,
gram.'____ in "A WOMAN OBSESSED" ClassifiedAdetsn Numb
To Get Records
In c. Students planning to take sum-
4 mer courses at other universities
are requested to secure transcripts
NO 2-2500 o letters of good standing before
the final examination period be-
tar 'of registration and records,
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