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superintended the technical end,
while the production has been pre-j
sented atNthe NeighborhoodPlay- r
house in New York. He was also as-I
sociated with Richard Boleslavsky,
prominent novelist.
Mr. Komonosov has offered his
services to the Hillel Players through
his friendship with Aline Mac ahon,
motion picture actress, who is a cous-
in of one of the members of the Hillel
Players, Sylvan Simons, '35L. He will
superintend t h e special lighting'
which will be used in the campus:
production. Special equipment will
be necessary. The lighting technique <';
will be similar to that used in "The
Miracle." As the player moves across
the stage lights will portray the dif-
ferent intonations of the scene. As
the scene progresses the lights be-
come brighter, then dimmer. Mr.<
Komonosov said that the play will
move with the intensity and speed -Asocated Press Photo
of the camera, but e will still - Scn. Duncan U. Fletcher of Florida
tempt to retain the mystical and yic- is the new chairman of the Senate
persti tious backgroun of the play. banking comrmnittee.
He will not atteinpt to treat this
campus presentation in the same
manner as that given by the Moscow Nfilu4 ( 'edit Should Be
Art Players, but will play for the Accepted By Factories
American audience, concentrating on
the intensity of the drama. He will NEW YORK, March 15.-The
subordinate the novelty of the play wise manufacturer can well afford to
for the dramatic details and build up take a much smaller proportion of
the rich background. Costumes will
be made in Ann Arbor from the cos- payment in cash and extend a larger
tume plates used in the original pro- proportion of credit during the pres-t
duction, with the exception of those ent period of bank moratorium and
for the two leading characters. These limited withdrawals, E. B. Moran,
will be the ones actually used by thexecutive of the Bradstreet Company,
Moscow Art Theatre players. The deledtdy
special musical arrangements will declared today.
follow those used in New York. "Conditions in the next few weeks
Mr. Komonosov believes that stu- or possibly months will compel the
dent dramatic organizations should substitution of credit on a large scale
strive to represent these types of for actual cash," he said. "By a care-
plays. Because they present no box- ful examination of the credit risk the
office appeal they are not presented wise manufacturer or jobber can re-
on Broadway. That, is why Mr. Kom- tain his trade and the goodwill of
onosov believes educational institu- the customer and at the same time
tions should follow the trend present- be preserved against undue losses in
od in Little Theatre Productions. the future."

CONFISCATE STUDENT CARS
BETHLEHEM, Pa., March 14.-
Twenty-five cars owned by LehighI
University students have been confis-
cated by the Bethlehem police as rel-I
ics . unfit to be operated on public
streets.
NO CORSAGES FOR IRISH
SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 12.-
There is no doubt that the depression
has cut deep inroads into dances'
throughout the country. Notre Dame,
by popular request. of the student
body, barred corsages at its recent
junior prom, one of the high lights
of the social season. And they think
they are hard hit. Most of us would
be tickeled pink with just the dance.
DRINKING A RECREATION? ? ??
OXFORD, England, March 15.-
And then this is the way that the
Britishers look at it: "Drinking is
considered a recreation here, and if
it is performed in a degree of moder-
ation, nothing is ever said about it."
BALL TEAM IS FIRE- SQUAD
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., March
15.-When the fire siren sounds here
students at city college are not sur-
prised to see their football team go
.ailing by on fire trucks because that
is how the men on the squad are
Yarning their way through college.{
BRUNETTES BRIGIITER?
SPRINGFIELD, Q., March 15.-At
Wittenberg, a debate between three
blondes and three brunettes concern-
ing the relative intelligence of the

CO-EDS TRY FARMING
COLUMBUS, O., March 15-Seven-
teen Ohio State sorority girls took
part last Saturday in the Little In-
ternational Livestock Show held here.
Only four co-eds competed in the
milking contest. The rest entered the
sorority riding competition.
CASH OFFERED FOR COLLEGE
SEATTLE, Ore., March 14.--If the
University of Oregon can be bought
for cash, a certain Los Angeles busi-
ness firm will purchase it, according
to a letter received recently by the
dean of social science at that institu-
tion.
QUESTION WITIIDRAWALS 1
CHICAGO, Ill., March 9. - (Big
Ten)-Fearing that the new educa-
tional policy inaugurated at the Uni-
versity of Chicago a year ago was the
direct cause of 245 freshmen out of
a class of 779 dropping out of school
at the end of last semester, officials
of the education school there sent
out questionnaires to all students
who had withdrawn to determine
whether the plan was the cause.
Only 20.8 per cent of the students
who had left school were dissatisfied
with the new plan. Their chief com-
plaint was "indefiniteness of require-
ments." Of the remaining students
who withdrew, 62.1 per cent stated
the cause as financial embarrass-
ment. Seven per cent found fault
with the social life, while the re-
maining few were not in accord with

Ma lAspects
Is Subject Of
S.C.A. Lecture
"Physiological Aspects of Marriage"
will be the subject of the S.C.A. lec-
ture to be given by Dr. Howard Cum-
mings at 8 p. m. today in Lane Hall.
This is the second of a series of
eight lectures on marriage relations
and home making. The first lecture,
given by Dr. Slutz of Dayton, 0.,
drew a crowd of more than 150. Af-
ter the speech, a general discussion
period is planned, such as followed
the previous talk.
Dr. Cummings is a well-known lo-
cal physician who serves on the staffs
>f the University and St. Joseph's
Mercy Hospitals. Dean Alice Lloyd
will discuss "The Cultural Aspects of
Marriage" at the third lecture next
Wednesday.

two types, resulted in a victory for! the fraternity and sorority policies
the brunettes. at Chicago.
1-

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