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Playbill Series To Present Shaw Comedy

UGC Candidates Speak at Panhel Rally

"Arms and the Man," a roman-
tic comedy by George Bernard
Shaw, will be presented at 8 p.m.
today through Saturday, at Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
The second production in the
University of Michigan Players
Playbill series, "Arms and the
Man" concerns war, revolution,
love and realism, treated through
humorous and somewhat pathetic
Major Petkoff, of the Bulgarian
army of 1885, unable to advance
because he has already achieved
the highest possible rank, returns
home from a war fought to free
his country from the despotic
Peace Treaty
War is the ornament of his
social class, and he would like to
continue fighting, but, unfortun-
ately, the peace treaty has been
Upon his return, Petkoff dis-
covers that his daughter, Raina,


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the Health Service tomorrow from
8tto 11:30 a.m. and from 1 to 4:30 ROMANTIC COMEDY--The University of Michigan Players are
p.m. Seventy-five hundred of rehearsing for the George Bernard, Shaw production of "Arms
these shots have already been ad- and the Man," to be presented at '8 p.m. Wednesday through
ministered. Saturday at Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
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