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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1937

Heads Of Actors'Guild Discuss Strike

Drama Season Litzenberg Leaves Roper Warns Against
For Nebraska Talk Enlargement Of Plants
W i l Engage WASHINGTON, May 5.-(AP)-Sec-
Prof. Karl Litzenberg of the Eng- retary Roper cautioned American in-
e o o W ood' lish department will leave, today for dustry today against expanding plant
capacity extravagantly in the belief
Lincoln, Nebraska, where he will ad- that business flowing from huge world
(Continued from Page i) dress the 26th annual meeting of the armament expenditures will endure.
G Society for the Advancement of Scan- He urged constant research
success this fall as "De Lawd" in the: dinavian Study.
film of "The Green Pastures," in the "Mr. Thomas Carlyle, Dr. JohnCe
role of the Prince of Morocco. This Carlyle, and Scandinavian Litera- Tr ises
is the first time, according to avail- ture," is the title of the paper which ENGLAND, FRANCE. GERMANY, Etc.
able records, that this part has ever Professor Litzenberg will present on Make T UTudw Rv. tirrn NOW Phone 6412
been played by a Negro actor. Friday morning. He is a member of Steamer;
Demetrios Vilan, remembered in the executive committee of the or- Specialist
Ann Arbor for his performances two ganization. 1917
seasons ago and recently the star of organization which seeks to further Al M. Since
"On Your Toes" in New York with the studies of the history of the lan- c & O a ow' -_
Tamara Geva, will appear as Loren-1 guage and literature of the Scandin- KUEBLER TRAVEL BUREAU
zo; while Maury Tuckerman, f a- avian peoples. 601 E HURON ST.. ANN ARBOR. MICH.
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re-create this performance in the
Ann Arbor production.
Members of the Hollywood produc-
tion of the play, being brought to
Ann Arbor by Henderson, list Philip
Dakin as Bassanio, Judith Alden as
Jessica and Richard Glyer as Gra-
tiano. The complete cast of this
colorful Shakespearian comedy will
include over 50 players, and Eins-
worth Arnold will return for this pro-
duction to play the role of the Doge
of Venice.
The sale of season tickets for the
Dramatic Season is continuing daily,
except Sunday, through this week in
the Garden Room of the Michigan
League building from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
On Monday, May 10, the sale will be
transferred to the box office of the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Final re-
hearsals for the production will com-
mence on the Mendelssohn theatre
Sstage on Sunday morning, May 9.

- Associated Press Photo
Pending the outcome of a conference between producers and striking
union employees in Hollywood movie studios, the Screen Actors' Guild
announced it would postpone discussion of a strike. Eleven striking
unions of the Federated Motion Pictures craft placed a line of 1,000
pickets around major studios. Robert Montgomery (right), president
of the actors' guild, and James Cagney, one of the directors, are shown
here entering a mass meeting of the actors.

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Rapid Growth Of May Festival
Has Made It Institution Here
Even Dr. Stanley, who originated rie Kunkel-Zimmerman, who is too,
the idea of a May Festival musical ell known to require comment. The
contraltos will be represented by
program at Michigan in 1894, did Madame Schumann-Heink and Miss
not vision at first the proportions and Fielding Roselle. Signor Campanari
prestige which the Festivals would is a general favorite here. Of course
assume in later years. he will sing the .Toreador song from
Carmen. Wiliam .A. Howland and I
The rapid growth of the Festival Gwilym Miles will be the other bari-
and the reception which it received, ( tones. The tenors will be represent-
however, soon established it as an( ed by Evan Williams and Glenn Hall.
institution on campus. As early as Mr. Bernard Sturm is to appear in
the Friday evening concert . . . Pro-
1901, as reported in the fessor Stanley will, as usual, conduct
Alumnus of that year, the perman- the Choral Union. It is generally be-
ency of the institution was evident. lieved that the 1901 Festival is to be
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"With May comes the well known
Festival, which is already upon us.
Nearly all the reserved 'seats are tak-
en, but orders are constantly coming
in from out of town for more, so
that all indications point to a record-
breaking attendance. As usual, one
fare round trip rates will be made
on all the railroads, and this will
afford an excellent opportunity for
outsiders to visit Ann Arbor as well
as hear some excellent music.
. . . Besides these selections
the programs present much that is
interesting and nothing that is un-
worthy of a great Festival.
"Little need be said of the artists
and organizations which will appear.
The Boston Festival Orchestra, which
has rendered such good service' in the
past will be here again under the
direction of Mr. Emil Mollenhauer.
The leading soprano will be Mrs. Ma-
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