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TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1066

PAOE TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPT 14~ 1B~EI

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Helen H ayes, Will Geer Receive University Welcome A~i rnigC m rs.R p resadC c m es'

Across
jCampus

aBy BETSY COHN
Cameras, photographers, pencil-
gnawing, pipe-puffing, reporters
from Jackson and Muskegon at-
tended a luncheon welcoming
Helen Hayes and Will Geer to The
Association of Producing Artists.
Publicity makes me uncomfortable,
so I tripped quietly over an en-
tangled mesh of wires to where
Will Geer, was comfortably 'situ-
ated in a leather chair.

The conversation ranged from
"bowing to plowing" as Mr. Geer
lept to his feet, fought his way
through extension cords and led
this reporter into the "Shakes
peace Garden" of the League
which he and several "Lady's Gar
den Club" members cultivated here
four years ago. "Now the League
wants to expand its cafeteria fa-
cilities and expand into my gar-
den. . I hope some effort will be

made to stop them," grumbled
Geer.
The rugged contributing editor
to gardening magazines then shook
my hand firmly, leaving behind a
white cucumber from his "garden
in San Diego."
The transaction had just taken
dace when a small figure appeared
who seemed to be energized by a
huge and lively pair of blue eyes.
All belonged to Helen. Hayes, lady

of the day, making her return
visit to Ann Arbor after four years
Mr. Schnitzer formally welcomed
his lady friend as the one who
"had a strong hand in the found-
ing of the APA ... something like
this must be done,' she said, go
and do it!t' . and we did." The
leading lady's soft-spoken rebuttal
to Schnitzer's praise was a return
of "enthusiastic approval not
only to the Schnitzers and their

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company, but to the entire Uni-
versity which has started a whole
new chapter in Americani
theatres."
When asked why sne joined the
APA, Mrs. Hayes bounced back
with, "They invited me! And I'm
glad they did . . . I'm a strong
believer in the importance of rep-
ertory theatre, it makes it pos-
sible to see plays which would be
impossible to see in national the-
atre, and the Universities remain
wide open for theatre today," she
said.
Still clutching my white cucum-
ber, I listened as Mrs. Hayes spoke
of the sophistication and keen
alertness of college audiences to-
day, Academia has also crept into
the acting and directing profes~-
sions. Will and Helen both agreed
that the requirement of a degree
for directors was a good thing.
Mrs. Hayes looked concerned
when the question was posed about
the theatre becoming too respect-
able if the University began tak-
ing over; "Good Gracious,' she
retorted, "I hope the theatre niev-
er gets too respectable!"
Posing together in front of huff-
ing reporters, and peering tele-
vision lenses; Helen Nayes and
Will Geer formed a pleasing pic-
ture of incongruity. The sight is
enough enticement to make the
upcoming APA productions a must
to see.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14
3:30 p.m.-The Department of
Architecture will give a lecture by
Ernest Brandl, scholar-in-resi-
dence at the University of Notre
Dame. He will speak on "Adolf
Loos-Pioneer of Modern Archi-
tecture," at the Architecture Aud.
4:15 p.m.-An Anatomy Depart-
ment seminar: Dr. Donald F.
Huelke of the anatomy department
will speak on "Investigations of
Fatal Automobile Accidents -A
Final Report." The lecture will be
in Rm. 2501 East Medical Bldg.
7:30 p.m.-Prof. Brice Carna-
ham of the Engineering College
will speak on "An introduction to
Digital Computers and the MAD
Language-I" in the Natural
Science Aud,
8 p.m. - The Children's Com-
munity School will' conduct "a
workshop in Rm. 3Z of the Union
for people interested in working as
volunteer assistants in its pro-
gram.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 15
4:15 p.m.-Dr. Thomas G. Win-
derknecht of Systems Research
Center, Case Institute, will spieak
on "Mathematical Systems Theo-
ry" in Room 1035 Angell Hall.
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Approved: Revisions in University
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Doctoral Examination for Mitchell
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agters in a Modern Department Store,"
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p.m., Ann Arbor.
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Fo)reign

Visitors

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campus this week on the dates indi-
cated. Program arrangements are being
made by Mrs. Clifford R. Ciller, coordi-
nator, Foreign Visitor Programs, 764-
2 148.
Rear Admiral Lucien Poirier and 12
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S.G. Alain Fraysse. Lt. S.G. Francois
Faury, Lt. 5.G. Yves Couchet, Lt. S.G.
Olivier Goullel de Rugy, Lt. S.G. Jean-
Paul Grossi, Lt. S.G. Didier Laure, Lt.
5.G. Daniel Metras, Capt. Francois
Bachelot, Capt. Jean Melchior, Capt.
Henri Tron, navy officers just grad-
uated froml the National Institute for
Armament, Paris, Sept. 15.
Dr. Richard Parkhurst, professor of
Ethiopian Studies at the Haile Selassie
University, Ethiopia, Sept. 17-22.
Mrs. Rita Parkhurst, university li-
brarian, Haile Selassie University, Ethi-
opia, Sept. 17-22.
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positively out of its mind--and we've
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