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AY, MARCH i3, 193i

Cast And Staff Rowe Terms Present National
Of Hillel Drama Theatre Measure Unfortuna



Liberals Tied

(Conuinued from Page '4

The number' of families in Wash-
tenaw County on relief stood at about
500 below the depression number of
3700 with ERA officials reporting a
steadily decreasing rate. Families

Open 10. to 10. Terlace
harden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 969&
2nd Floor

Is s e d Today By NORMAN KIELL a manner to represent the public and Count Completed in
The passage in Congress of the'unorganized artists, as well as the
CoBfee Dill, which would establish a organized artists. C miilIUS P.R. Election
'Roots' To Be Presented national theatre under a Bureau of The chief controversial issue of the -'
At Lydia Mendelssohn Fine Arts, would be unfortunate, conference, relative to the Coffee Bill, " - P 1
Pro F Kennth T. Row of the Engish
F dyA. enye thsaTd iowe fntev i sh isaid Professor Rowe, was whether to ing of the Young Communist League,,
Frida An aturdy epartment said in an interview yes-'
terday. found the national theatre on obtained the largest number of first
Announcement has been made of; Professor Rowe attended the Na- W.P.A. basis or not. Objections had votes, 87. One more man was elected}
the cast and production staff for tional Arts Conference held in New been raised, chiefly by Brooks At- on the third count. Subsequent
"Roots," '37 Hopwood major award York City recently, as a delegate kinson and Dr. Walter Damrosch, counts were held to find additionalI
that the W.P.A. was a combination of I
winner written by Mrs. Edith Gross- from the University. The Confer- Acandidateswnwith the required pro-
artistry and relief, with emphasis on cniae ihterqie r-
berg Whitesell, Grad., which will be ence met to discuss the advisability the latter, and that since the Coffee portion of 53 votes. Finally after the
!'of endorsing the Coffee Bill and con-, 37th. count, 13 were elected without'
presented by the Hillel players March ' eldd th Cspse wito ade- Bill proposes to carry over the W.P.A. th quota. They werec left after all
cludecd that its passage without ade- the qoa hywr etatral
18 and 19 i the Lydia Mendelss'ohn quate amendment would refute the tc a jermanent Bureau Fine those with lowest totals were elimin-)
Theatre at the League. The play purpose of the Bill itself. I Arts with the same competent per- ated
sonnel, that personnel would spend
will be given at 8:30 p.m. Friday and Three resolutions were passed, onei the rest of their lives choosing their Richard M. Scammnon, Grad., di-I
2:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Saturday. of which was authorized by Professor own executives, and keep themselves rector of elections, announced that
The cast includes Betty Meyers,I Rowe, to rectify the Bill. The reso- and their ideas secure on the payroll. only six of the ballots were invalidat-
'39, who will play Shelab; Sam Grant, lutions propose, first, insurance for Tcad for improper voting. He said that
'40, as Mr. Kline; Murray Davis, '39, the maintenance of freedom of ex- The appoel ts Conference this was a surprisingly small number
as Arthur; Myrtle Prussin, '40, as pression in the theatre and other however, approved the transfereance considering the large number of
Mrs. Kline; Karl Klauser, '39, as arts, equivalent to the freedom of FineA the W.P.A.overto a hBureau alof votes cast.
Kurt; Doris Wechsler, '41, as Mrs. speech and press; second, to breaki ready accomplished so muc h by way
Davis; Jane Sanger, '40, as Mrs down centralization of the W.R.A. reviacomplithdasrmchny ay
ofereivinlthArhtatePandartsts for thePROsiTxSARTE
Cohen; Muriel Sklute, '41 as Grand- Federal Arts Projects, for the six re- throughout the country, creating newORConstr wlRoonC begin o
ma Stoll, and Miriam Szold, '40, as gional bureaus under which the Arts audiences and providing socially val- Construction will soon begiO
~ni.i Projects now operates; and third,auineadprvigsoalya-
arld a,'39,willirect.Louise;and Comir uable artistic services that most peo- Ann Arbor's new orchestra shell, ai
Harold Gast, '39, will direct. Louise that the appointment of'a Commis-;plc knew nothingabout. WPA project in West Park. The out-
|Samek, '38, is general chairman of sioner of Fine Arts and his staff be door stage and shell will provide fa-
handled not only in a constitutional In refutation to some of the claimsilities for music and dramatics. Con-
Elmer Frankel, '38, business man- and traditional manner, but also in advanced agaipnt the Cofbase Bin lstruction costs are estimated at about
ager; Harry Block, '39, program understanding, Professor Rowe point- $16,000 of which Ann Arbor will pay
chairman; Mildred Haas, '38, box CHINESE RUBBINGS SHOWN hadministrators of the $
office chairman; David Goldring,. There will be an exhibition of ink W.P.A. are not to be transferred to;
'40E, stage manager, Kalman Gold- rubbings of the Han Dynasty Tomb the new Bureau, but will be appoint-
r:ng of New York. scenic designer; eliefs from Wu-Liang-Tsu from 2 to ed. The people now employed by
garriet Podolsky, '38A, art; Betty 5 p.m. daily beginning tomorrow and the W.P.A. are to be continued, but
Steinhart, '40, properties; Mitchell continuing until Saturday in the West only those competent to carry out
Mandelberg, '40, bookholder; Martin Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall. the objectives of the Bureau.
B. Dworkis, '40, publicity.
Chapman Will Talk

Carillon Concert Series
Strtd By Wilinot Pratt
Prof. Wilmot F. Pratt, University
carilonneur, will inaugurate this

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morning a series of weekly concerts
to be made ai of hymns honoring
Ann Arbor churches.;
From 10 to 10:30 a.m. every Sun-
day, Professor Pratt will play the
hymns of a different church. Today'st
hymns are complimentary to St. An-
drews Episcopal Church. The Daily
will announce each week which
church is to be honored in the con-
1602 Packard Rd. at Marion St.
Dinners served daily by
reservation. Sunday from 12-8.

- 90c
Sizzling Porterhouse Steak
Sizzling Fancy Filet Mignon
Sizzling 1 lb. T-Bone Steak
Sizzling Regular Filet Mignon
Sizzling Top Sirloin Steak
Roast Young Tam Turkey
Assorted Chop Grill
Large Beef Tenderlkin
Regular T-Bone Steak
Grilled 1am Steak
Fried Oysters, Tarter Sauce
Fresh Lake Trout
Broiled Special T-Bone Steak
Broiled Special Tenderloin Steak
Potato Vegetable
Pie Fruit Jello

-- -50c
Fried Scallops, Tarter Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
Special Small T-Bone Steak
Grilled Pork Chops, Apple Sauce
Grilled Lamb Chops, Jelly
Grilled Veal Chops, Jelly
Fried Fresh Smelts
Fried Fillet of Sole
Breaded Veal Cutlets
Braised Swiss Steak
Grilled Liver with Bacon
Chopped Round Steak with Sauce
Vegetable Dinner, Fried Egg
Fresh Mushroom Omelette
Salad Beverage
Baked Apple Xce Cream

in Zion Parish Hall Sunday at 5:30 families, and 800 are being cared for, -- ---
p.m. The Rev. Norman Menter of through the state old age assistance Read The Daily Classifieds
Salem Lutheran Church, Detroit, will bureau.
be the speaker. Every Lutheran Stu-1- - - ------ - ---___
dent and their friends are cordially
invited to attend. The Student Eat At The Parrot
eet at 4P.M. -TODAY'S MENU-
Cream of Chicken or Chilled Tnmato Juice



Here On Tucsday
(Contiuued from Pfige 1)
Chapman has often declared, and it
js quite possible to induce them tos
accept the presence of a human being
without disturbance. They ar con-
stantly on the alert, however, for sus-
picious- movements of any sort, and
any sudden or unusual motion may
cause them to either attack or flee.
"Blinds work with birds but no
with animals," Mr. Chapman has
said. "Their senses of smell and hear-
ing are too keen to overlook odorifer-
ous and stumbling men." In the
mountains, where he does most of his
work, Mr. Chapman has found that
the wind shifts so often that it is im-
possible to- keep up-wind for a suffi-
cient length of time to make a worth-
while camera shot.
He therefore disregards winds, uses
no trap, and hides in no blind, de-
pending solely on ability to make
friends with his animal subjects.
Arrangements have been completed
for a nationwide broadcast of the
Men's Glee Club over the Columbia
Broadcasting System from 4:15 to}
4:30 p.m. April 7:, Prof. Waldo M.
Abbot, director, announced today.f


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