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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 19

1ame Tots, niper
ttaek on Student Unrest

'Cold, Hard Facts'

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,

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dominantly white University of
Houston.
A professor at TSU said, "Those
demonstrations in March were like
an axe blow in the skull" to the
students and classroom concentra-
tion had been low since.
Tuesday had been a busy day for
TSU protesters.
Students joined protests at the
garbage dump and at a junior
high school where 16 white and
Negro students had been suspend-
ed for fighting.

By JILL CRABTREE
"God grant me the serenity to
accept the things I cannot change,
courage to change the things I can,
and wisdom always to tell the dif-
ference."
A man and a woman, both
middle-aged, sit in the cluttered
kitchen of an old house. The man
is repeating his daily prayer for
the benefit of his wife, who sits
by his side like a trusting child,
quietly admiring him.
The time, the 1940's, perhaps. The
place-America, probably the mid-
west. The man-is an alcoholic.
That fact is both a cause and a
result of the life he leads from day
to day, for these people have lived
together many years, and few
things have happened to them in
that time.
They once loved each other pas-
sionately. But the woman is no
longer pretty and the man no
longer virile. The man gave up
medical school and became a
chiropractor to marry and sup-
port the. woman. Their first baby,
the reason for their early mar-
riage, died. They could have no
more children. These are the cold,
hard facts of their existence.
The way each of them lives with
these facts is a contrast and a
complement to the other. Their
prayer for serenity, courage, and
wisdom is not answered daily.
Rather, they live in a cycle.
The man is courageous-he triest
to reform himself. The woman ac-
cepts her lot and tries to find
litle things to make her life
brighter - the conversation of
milkman and mailman. Then, the
man begins to wish, silently but
always more insistently, that his
life had been different. The
woman, too, lives in the past, but
she remembers only the good
things. In her reverie, she forgets
to try and make her husband's life
as livable as she can. They become

increasingly dissatisfied. An in-
cident brings the facts of their
life home to them, the man gets
drunk, and the cycle begins again.
Alfred R. Reilly as Doc is too
resigned for his role as a man
with a fragment of drive. He does
not bring out the cyclical nature
of his role to the fullest. It is only,
in the words he says, rather than
in the manner he says them, that
one can see his increasing de-
spair.
Veitch Reinhart, playing the
wife, shows in contrast an ex-
cellent development of character.
The high point of her portrayal
comes when her husband gets
drunk once again: The audience
is let in on her private world of
hopelessness. Then, she "gets
busy" and makes the house beau-
tiful for her husband's return from
the City Hospital where he has
been taken for the "cure."
Marie, a boarder in the house-
hold, provides a picture for Doe of
his wife as she once was. Played
by Rosalyn Berlinger, she is more
superficial than she needs to be,
as if she had merely read the
role and let it go at that.
The supporting actors are com-
petent in their portrayals, with the
exception of the milkman, played
by Roger Trim, who is too ill-at-
ease for his virile role.

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