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1 TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1960

San Francisco Beatnik
To Give Poetry Reading

'GANADIE':
Lab Playbill To Present
Original One-Act Drama

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Francisco beatniks. There he met
Allen Ginsberg and Kenneth Rex-
roth; together, they were instru-
mental in giving the beatnik'
movement its name.
Brother Antoninus began writ-
ing poetry in 1935 under his name
of William Everson. The develop-'
ment of his poetry shows his
struggle for clear expression, and
his later poems show the resolu-
tion in his internal struggle.
A religious mystic, Brother An-
toninus is stationed at the College
of Saint Albert the Great in Oak-
land, California.
His poetry has appeared in Vols.
I and II of the Evergreen Review.
He has also written many books
of poems, which show his devel-
opment through his years '.f
searching to the present. His lat-
est book is entitled "The Crooked
Lines of God."
Brother Antoninus is called by
Kenneth Rexroth, "the most pro-
foundly moving and durable of the
poets of the San Francisco Renais-
sance."
Prof. Dulles
To Discuss
U.S. Policies
Prof. Foster Rhea Dulles of the
Ohio State University history de-
partment will speak on "American
Foreign Policy Since 1945" at 4:15
p.m. today in Aud. A, Angell Hall.
On campus as a part of the Phi
Beta Kappa visiting scholar pro-
gram, Prof. Dulles will also lead
a round table discussion for hon-
ors students on "What Europeans
Think of American Foreign Pol-
icy" at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
Vandenburg Room of the League.
Prof. Dulles, former editorial
writer for the New York Evening
Post and correspondent in Paris
and Peking, has held faculty posts
at Bennington, Smith and Swarth-
more colleges.
One of the twelve United States
educators chosen to participate in
the first cultural exchange pro-
gram, he recently made a two-
month lecture tour of India under
the International Education Ex-
change Service of the State De-
partment.

A hunch-backed young woman
living in the slums of a Midwest-
ern city is the heroine of a new
play by Ernest Ellis.
The play, "Ganadie," will be
presented at 4:10 p.m. today in
Trueblood Auditorium.
Ganadie lives for three things:
her illegitimate daughter; her de-
sire for beauty; and her wish for
a night with John, her child's
father.
John had promised to visit
Ganadie on the night before the
child's birthday. When she sees
John again, for the first time since
before the child was born, she
threatens to reveal their secret.
In a rage, John tries to strangle
Ganadie.
He has worked his way up from
the slums into a position to marry
into a good family, and he doesn't
want anything to hurt his
chances.
An unexpected twist climaxes
the story.
The set, designed by Neal McLain,
enables the audience to see beyond

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the apartment to the Blessed Sac-
rament Cathedral, which seems to
hover over the room. The bells of
the cathedral are the only sound
heard from outside.
"Ganadie" is directed by Charles
Sheffer and produced by Robert
C. Gerould. Jo Ann Zagray plays
Ganadie while John is played by
David Harris.
To .Posypone
Berman Show
Compelled by his doctors' orders
to cancel his tour, Shelley Ber-
man will not perform here next
Wednesday night.
The monologist comedian, suf-
fering from complete physical ex-
haustion, will fulfill his conceled
dates as soon as he is certified
physically fit by his doctors. All
dates are canceled through May
14.

Today 4:10

Department of Speech

GANADIE
by
ERNEST ELLIS
Trueblood Auditorium No Admission charge

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When that lady walks in.
all restraint flies out!
TONY DEAN JANET
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Noits
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WAWS VV THE BROADWAY HIT-NOW
THE SCREEN'S CRAZIEST LARKS
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A LGHT-
HEARTED
ILAR AT LOVE
s'AMONG THE
ADULTS'
AN ANSM(O1~GE
A COWMW PCW~I

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FRIDAY
BURT LANCASTER
AUDREY HEPBURN
in
"THE UNFORGIYEN"
The Fabulous
FOUR
FRKES'HMENm
Stars of
Capitol Records
Appearing at
PEASE
Auditorium
Ypsilanti, Mich.
Tues., May 3

S.G.C.
TONIGHT and TOMORROW
at 7:00 and 9:00
"REBEL
WITHOUT A CAUSE"
with
JAMES DEAN, ,SAL MINEO
Cartoon
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
at 7:00 and 9:00
"BRINGING UP BABY"
with Cary Grant,
KATHERINE HEPBURN
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