THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Colleges Will Train
EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS Future Playwrights
nitely scheduled. Prof. David Mattern of the School
The members of the entertainment of Music; Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson,
committee are: Professor Kenyon, counselor of foreign students; Prof.
chairman; Prof. Earl V. Moore of William P. Revelli, director of the
he School of Music; Valentine B. University band; Mrs. Charles A.
Windt, director of Play Production; Sink; and Mrs. Isabella H. Haight.
12 :00-Messenger of Light.
12:30-Ted Weems' Orchestra
1 :00-The Lutheran Hour.
1:30-Mario Moreli's Ensemble.
2 :00-The .Lamplighter.
2:15-Detroit Flower Show.
2:30-Men of Destiny.
3:30-Trans-Radio News Bulletins.
4:00-Harold Stokes' Orch.
4:15-Martyne - Buckley's Mixture.
4 :30-Skeeter Palmer's Orch.
5:00-"Pronounce It"-Prof. E. A. McFaul.
5:30-Elder Morton's Tabernacle Choir.
6:00-Arnold Johnson's Orch.
6:30-The Human Side of Music.
7:00-The Forum Hour.
7:30-Music for Today.
8:00-Father Charles E. Coughlin,
8:30-Jewels of the Madonna.
9:00-Red Norvo's Orch.
9:45-Rick Roberts' Orch.
1000-First Baptist Church of Pontiac.
10:30-Melodies from the Skies.
10:45--Modern String Ensemble.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Freddy Martin's Orch.
11:30-Kay Kyser's Orch.
Midnight-Vincent Lopez' Orch.
12 :30-George Hamilton's Orch'
1:00-Bernie Cummin's Orch.
1:15-Larry Funk's Orch.
12:00 Noon- Major Bowe's Capitol Family.
12:45-Parent Education-U, of M.
1:55-American Pop Corn Company.
2:00-Music of the Theatre.
3:00-Father Chas. E. Coughlin.
4:00-Professor Faxon Figures.
4:15-Democrat State Central Comm.
4:30-Smilin' Ed McConnell.
5:00-Your Unseen Friend.
6:00-Joe Penner with Jimmie Grier's
6:30-Rubinoff--Jan Pearce--Virginia Rea
7::3U-Phil Baker-Oscar Bradley's Orch.
8:00-Vick's Open House-with Nelson
8:30-Texaco Fire Chief Program with
Eddie Cantor and Jacques Renard's
9:00-Ford Sunday Evening Hour.
10:00-Original Gillette Community Sing,
10:45-H. V. Kaltenborn.
11:00-In the Hermit's Cave.
11 :30-Wismer Sports.
11 :35--Leon Belasco's Orch.
Midnight-Vincent Lopez's Music.
12:30-- Isham Jones Orch.
12:15-The Home Counsellor.
12:30--Univ. of Chicago Round Table
1:00-E. H. Williams.
1 :30-Melody, Matinee.
2:00-Beneath the Surface.
2:30--Thatcher Colt Mysteries.
3 :00--Metropolitan Opera Auditions.
4 :00--Penthouse Serenade.
5 :00-Marion Talley.
5:30-Smilin' Ed McConnell.
8:00-Do You Want to Be an Actor,
9:30-American Album of Familiar
10:00-General Motors Concert.
11:30--Press Radio News.
11:35-El Chico Revue.
1 :00-Music and Flowers.
1:15-World Adventure Series.
2:00-The Magic Key.
3:00-Adventures of Capt. Diamond.
3:45-Detroit Conservatory of Music.
4:00-The Children's Hour.
5:00-We; The People.
5:30-Stoopnagle and Budd.
6:30-Golden Gate Park Band.
7:30-Robert L. Ripley.
8:00---To Be Announced.
8:30-Dreams of Long Ago.
a 9:00-Walter Winchell.
9:15--Rinplinc, Rhythm Review.
9:45-Edwin C. Hill.
10:30-Sammy Dibert--Grd. Terrace.
11:00-Judy and the Bunch.
11:15--Kings Jesters Orch.
11,:30-Frankie Master's Orch.
Midnight-Morrie Brennan's Orch.
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that when the play is finished it
won't do," she said. i
"Plays written by the newest writ-
ers are at the moment a kind of
combination of Chekov and Clifford
Odets," she said, "and these new
writers need a stronger foundation
of technique before they attempt the
more subtle restrained method. Study
of a playwright like Sardou, even, is
valuable for the sure handling of
theatre methods. A touch of what
Bernard Shaw called 'Sardoudledom'
might be a good corrective," she said.
She feels that Michigan's greatest
need at present to develop promising
playwrights is a laboratory where
"plays can be given free and given
all the time."
Miss Helburn was a guest at a
luncheon at the Union in her honor
where she chatted about her plans
for finding and encouraging new
playwrights as well as reminiscing
about her 120 first nights in the
theatre.-tha~t is first night of plays
produced under her supervision as an
executive of the Theatre Guild.
Smetna's Opera Is
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gan recital may also be presented.
In addition, elaborate electrical dis-
plays will illuminate the campus to
make it more vivid than for any other
University commencement, Professor
Dr. Glenn Frank, former president
of the University of Wisconsin, will
head the list of guest speakers at the
Centennial. Gov. Frank Murphy will
preside over several of the sessions
"The Bartered Bride" will be pre-
sented by Play Production and the
School of Music assisted by the de-
partment of physical education. It
will be given on the nights of June
15-18 with two matinees not yet defi-
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Normal Choir Bach Festival
Excerpts from B Minjr Mass
300 Singers - Normal Choir and Guest High School Choin
FREDERICK ALEXANDER, Conductor
Pease Auditorium Friday March 19, 8 p.m. Exactly
Ypsilanti No reservations. Seats 25 cents.
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MRS. MARTIN JOHNSON
In Her Motion Picture Lecture
'JUNGLE DEPTHS of BORNEO'
Hill Auditorium Tuesday, March 16, 8:15 p.m.
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