obin Hd' Cast ill Be Largest
Ever Co-operating on CanpsSo
uts OK onOpera ASKS WAR AGAINST KIDNAPPERS
Pi t VICESa_
d;tamum> Stage Will Be Battle Creek Insurance Man to
ebuilt'With Radical Take Part of Will Scarlet;
Changes. Others to Star. r
re pnumbers are to be taken Final announcement ofdthe cast
riteria, 'Robin Hood" far of "Robin Hood" includes three
ies any production dramatic, names for parts which hitherto
nental, or operatic to be giv- have been cast only tentatively.
,n Arbor at any time with- Friar Tuck, the rotund, jolly cleric,
history of the University. which is one of the foremost com-
i excluding the University edy roles in the show will be played
ony orchestra, the list of by William E. Greiner, '32B.Ad.
for which has not as yet from Toledo, Ohio.
ompiled, there are well over
rsons identified in an active Greiner' wife, LaVon Carey Grei-
ith the presentation of "Rob- ner, Spec., iAso from Toledo, plays
od." the part of Alan-a-Dale. Mrs. Grei-
ibus Union Opici a::, theatri- ner plays the part on the Saturday
forts of any of the well Earl V. Moore, director of the per plate p on tde Sud
. campus dramatic societies School of Music, who stated recent- performance, Hope Eddy, Spec
is-wide efforts such as Junio' ly in an interview that "Robin from Ann Arbor taking the role Associated Press Photo.
plays and all-campus re- Hood" contained more infectious on Friday night. This double cast-
mach of these contains a bare numbers than any other light oper- , ing of the part of Alan-a-Dale has Spectacular testimony concerning what was described as the "grow
Lil of talent compared with etta of a similar description. Direc- been done with the view to giving ing kidnapping racket" was given before a house postoffice subcommit
incentration of acting talent for Moore praised the opera for a two equally excellent voices an op- tee in Washington by Chicago and St. Louis authorities who asked fe
ices which have been enlist- number of other reasons also. portunity to be heard. eral prosecution. Left to right, standing: LeRoy Steffens, ace detecti
the Union and Mimes in the A Battle Creek Scarlet. of Chicago's "Secret Six"; C. A. Newton, head of the St. Louis citizen
Aion of DeKoven's forthcom- Klute, '34; S. Knox, '34, Taunton, Will Scarlet will be played by committee; W. B. Weisenberger, president of the St. Louis Chamber c
eretta. Mass.; B. E. Konopka, '34, Detroit; Lawrence Mayer, a professional Commerce; Brig. Gen, Pelhar ,lassford, retired, chief of Washingto
Glee Clubs Cooperate. P. T. Lincoln, '33, Jackson; R. F. concert and vaudeville singer from police. .Seated: Col. Isham Randolph, head of the Secret Six; Rep. J.
Varsity glee clubs, the ac- McElwaine, '32, Richland; Leslie Battle Creek. Mayer has done Wood of Georgia, chairman of a postoffice subcommittee, and Joseph E
Ientifled with Mimes, Play Olde, '32, Charlotte; G. H. Palmer, Robin. Hood" with a number ofKerk, St. Louis police chief.
tiwon's best, the University '33, Cleveland, Ohio; R. E. Ren- professional companies and has S
.ony orchestra, all backed by neke, '32, Wood Lake, Minn.; W. toured the state with musical acts
esources of the Union are W. Rosso, '33, Mt. Clemens; W. o. from time to time.,ART ASSOCI A ION EXHIBITS WORKS
rig togetherN to put the old Sabom, '34, Birmingham; P. C. Insurance is Mayer's real business A TA S CA I NE H ~T O K
back as a Michigan institu Shorr, '34, Chicago, Ill.; J. T. Stein- and chief interest, his work on the OF LOCAL PAINTERS AT ALUMNI HAL.
Members of the women's glee ko, '33, Dalton, Ill.; G. Seekely, '33, stage as a singer being the result
erticipating in "Robin Hood" Milwaukee, Wis.; C. R. Teaboldt. of the theatrical profession's recog- Bringing together more than two i of pictures used in this circuit. Th
'35, Ann Arbor; T. S. Vanderveen, nition of an unusually powerful dozen paintings, principally the are being shown between one
Ifred F. Arthur, '34 SM., '33, Grand Rapids. and clear voice. During the past works of local artists, the Ann the two month periods. It is to 1
i Rapids; Margaret Beckett, I summer Mayer did regular radio open from 1:30 to 5 o'clock, Mar
I;y mportant in the rehearsals . work over KFOA and KJR in Seat- Arbor Art association is today 5 through March 8, and is in chari
lcago; Leonore CaroBrd, the hohae een the pianit tie. In the interest of the Mimes opening an exhibit in the North of Mrs. A. B. Rousseau.
SRapids; Elizabeth Chandw time accompanying the chorus and .Union effort to produce Robin gallery of the Alumni Memorial
Flint; Caroline Cliff, '32, princials in the absence of the Hood" in an ultra-ambitious way, hall. The paintings comprising this Chemistry Professor
23 Fit aroJe Cliff regularorchestra.b c f e hascontedsto t i exhibit are those used in the art
'3 ontiD.c;Dorothy Cum- rglrorhsr.Arbor continuously until the pre- lending service. I Stdis _t_ arar
32, c J Joseph Conlin, 33SM, Harry Mc- sentation and attend all reharsals.
M., GrandARapids; Eliza- Cain, '32SM., and Jane Law, '34SM, Greiner in the role of Friar Tuck The Ann Arbor art lending serv- Prof. R. K. McAlpine of t
ienc Foster, 34,AMarshall besides Mary H. Munson, '32SM. will be most readily remembered chunque in its am. T hemistr. cArtm e of t
Tippy Heads Work. by Ann Arbor audiences for his purpose of the organization is
circlat pantins aongthoe ard university this semester enga
H.A ol, Spec., Ann Ar~ At the head of the executive side record wihteMdih os, crculate paintings among those aduiest hssmse na
Helen Gray, S34, Romeo; E Az- of the es uive ide ret, with the Midnight bari who subscribe to its program. The ed in research on atomic weigh
Men Gra, '34,. Rom ;zoth production is William Tpy Quartet, with whom he sang Bari- fee is $8 for eight months, duringwihPo.GP.BxeofHva
Gribble, '33, Ishpemig, '32E, of Jackson, identified with tone. Besides this he played a lead- wi ime ery mbihs pos with Prof. G. P. Baxter of Harvar
by Helling, '34, Ft. Wayne, Mimes last year in connection with inghroletinetheeMimesmUnionaopera
one thns S 1n; ie aty a oncin inig role in the Mimes Union opera ryat aco$ Mrs. McAlpine accompanied him1
Mvona Hutchings, '32SM,Flint, a number of productions. Tippy of 1928, "The Same to You," and session of four paintings, acti one
.a Kalmbach, '32, South Ly- took his undergraduate work at has been a member of the glee club of them for two months. This sys- Cambridge. He will return ne
[L A. Long, '33, Uniontown. a ena'ebro h lecu e a enscesul okdSpebr
Edna. MacKenzie, ,89 . Williams College where he grad- at various .times since :then. tem has been successfully worked September.
uated two years ago. He is working Toledo Opera ainstay.o the past two years. It is widely
th Mann, '34, Dickinson, NB.S.d from the En- asgt , used in Europe but practically un- North Carolina fish hatcheri
%e Manr, '34, Dic ianN;o o .degree fo heE- With various famouslight opera,koni h ntdSaeditiue bu ,0,0 a
axi'i Maynard, 35, Adrian, gineering school. Greiner has had intimate associa- Tk wn in the United States udistributed about 3,500,000 gan
y Mitchell, '33Ed., Cleveland In charge of the musical and tion both in the role of actor and T he present exhibit is made up fish in 1931.
rbDoroth Norsa o33., dramatic side of the show is H. C. singer. A mainstay with the Toledo -----"- ____,
rbor; Emily Randall '32SM,', Howard, veteran professional di- Light Opera company, he did' Pm-in-
rector and actor. Howard has been afore," "Cavaliera Rusticana" and
Wick, Me.; Catherine Rent- for the past ten years with DeWolf "Robin Hood." WSPD listeners in
'34Ed., Ann Arbor; Bar- Hooper's light opera company. Toledo are familiar with Greiner's
Robinson, '34, Ann Arbor; One of the most interesting work, a favorite feature over that
raRse, '34,Clvelandt;PD.llAphases of the production from a station.
nd, 34, Detroit; Phyllis technical standpoint is the com- Mrs. Greiner, a newcomer in Ann
34, Boston, Mass.; Josephine plete rebuilding of the stage of Arbor, has achieved lasting fame
rlake, '32, Jackson; Marion Hill auditorium which will be ne- in her home town, Toledo, through
n, '32, South Bend, Ind.; cessitated. A great canvas and winning the Atwater Kent contest
ret Wallace, '33, Highland board arc which will entirely sep- there for vocal popularity. Among
Lilian Weiman, '34, Steub- arate the stage from the rest of the other distinctions, Mrs. Greiner
, Ohio; Dorothy Wikel, '34, auditorium will be built in the de- sings with Palmer Christian's Con-
P or; Dorothea Williams, '34, sign of a woodland scene. gregational church choir, consid-
Pa.; Dorothy L. Peck, '32, ered by many one of the finest
n, hi. School of Education vocal groups i Ann Arbor.
Men's Glee Club. Has Six 'A' Students
ibers of the Men's Varsity Carrmthers tO Speak
lub included in the chorus Students of the School of Edu- at Cosmopolitan Club
obin Hood" include: C. C. cation have 6 among their number
35,Pontiac R.. Becker 3u2 who The Cosmopolitan Club will hold
'35, Ltia;}-hio. Li3au- received all "A" grades during an initiation banquet at 8 o'clock
N. Y.; F. Bennett, '34, Flint; their first semster. .ii- N n Pr -vror.
toi ht inJ& *Lan Ha ll'. Prof~k Geo I e.~.A
gva a a La Hr.; au. uuge
d, '35, Port Gibson, N.Y.; E. Their names, with the number E. Carrothers of the education
>ynton, '33, Pontiac; H. P. of hours of school work completed school will lecture on "Development
, '33, Detroit. by each, follow: Charles McKin- of Citizens in a Democracy."
C. Campbell, '34, Rockville non Brown, '32Ed., 15 hours; Edna Mr. Howell Taylor, a graduate of
, N.Y.; G. V. Caswell, '33, Evelyn Clement, Spec., 4 hours; the University, will sing several
N. Y.; E. L. Cataline, '34, Besse Tohil Davis, 2 hours; Charles selections. Six students who have
A. W. Cleancay, '33, Mil- Roger Dougherty, 'Spec. Ed., 15 been attending meetings will be ini-
e, Wis.; W. D. Crawford, '32, hours; Iola L. Goodspeed, '33Ed., 6 tiated. If there are others present
a; C. G. Decer, '32, Leroy, N. hours; Josephine Kathryn Kriser, who desire to be, they will also beE
* Duncan, '34, Catlian,. Ill.; '32Ed., 15 hours. taken in.
Easton, '32, Pontiac; F. C.
'32, Bellingham, Wash.; L. Jackson, Miss., has a barber shop A deposit of talvertine marble
is, '32, New York, N. Y.; R. operated by deaf and dumb bar- Ihas been discovered off the coast
ball, '35, Saginaw; R. L. bers. of Florida on Maderia island.
Today 1:00 to 110 P. M.
a P. M.
WALLACE CLARK _S NOW C
better than in at the height f hi
"The Big House" scree ipoulwaiy
No Thrill EVE? to Equal It!
om11ance ani'adveture I S I SU SRI