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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESbAY, MARCH 15, 1938

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Austria's Chancellor

Plays Bureau
Makes Awards
In Competition

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Michigan
Praised

Graduates' Play
For 'Promise';

ly St., who was chaperon at the house $13,500 In Prizes Given
in which Kahle and Eldred roomed,
said that Department of Justice s The Bureau of New Plays, spon-
agents had been in Ann Arbor look- sored by seven motion picture com-
ing for Kahle. "They asked me if I .M panies, announced the awards, fel-
knew whether Kahle was in Spain, lowships and honorable mentions yes-
but at that time I had no definite in- terday from its second annual nation-
formation." wide play competition.
"If Harland did go to Spain," An- John M. Caldwell, University grad-
derson continued, "he would in all uate and resident of New York City
likelihood have joined the medical was given honorable mention by the,
Bureau for the "promising qualities
corps. He was preparing for medicine of his work."
but the realization that his poor At the same time the, Bureau an-
grades and insufficient funds would Arthur Seysz-Ireart, Austrias nounced thatt Robert Wetzel's revi-
probably prevent him from continu- Nazr eadrArecent sion of his last-year's winner, re-
ing his education, he became sullen Chancellor of Austria following the cently produced at the Lydia Men-
and talked more frequently about go- resignation of Kurt Schuschnigg. delssohn, had been definitely accepted
ing off to Spain. I don't think there The new chancellor called on by the Theatre Guild and scheduled
can be any doubt, in my mind at least, Adolph Hitler to send German for fall production on Broadway.
that Harland wrote that letter Car- troops to prevent the sheddig o Norman Rosten and Arthur A. Mil-
ney found." blood. lerfi both scholarship winners, have
There is no way of telling definitely been at work on campus either re-
from Carney's report, published in aWSOn Expounds vising or writing new plays. Rosten's
the Times Saturday, March 12. "This Proud Pilgrimage," was pro-
whether or not Kahle iu dead. Car- New 'wealth' Plan duced this winter in the Lydia Men-
ney's report reads: delssohn.
"I found out from Insurgent of- (Continued from Page 1) Winners of the Bureau's two $1,500
ficers that the five dead men in- __ awards this year were Helen Hanff,
cluded three Americans, a Greek and basic credits given by the government. jof Philadelphia and Temple Univer-
a Canadian. "Everybody must perform actual sity and Philip Freund of New York
"I found a small block of paper j service in return for credits. City and graduate of Cornell Univer-
covered with notes in English about "Limited credits must be issued to sity. Miss Hanff' play was entitled
various uses of poison gas and how everybody without security. "These Your Children." Freund's win-
to protect oneself from its efforts. "Credits must be issued for the up- ner was "Fire-Bringers."
There were also three sheets of an keep and education of children up to Five hundred dollars was awarded
unfinished letter in an entirely dif- 21 years of age, to be voluntarily re- to Daniel Taradash, graduate of Har-
ferent 'handwriting. paid by them, if possible, at some fu- vard University for his play "Thy
In the unfinished letter starting ture and convenient time. Mercy."
'Dear Charles,' the writer said his "Credits must be issued to every- J. Robert Rubin, vice-president of
friends in the United States 'seem to body past 65 years of age for living Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and represen-
belong to a past and outgrown phase expenses, if wanted. The size of such tative of the seven motion picture
of my life.' There was reference to credits to be proportionate to the companies who sponsor the Bureau's
an apartment at 1003 East Huron value of the services rendered by the activities, said, "Miss Theresa Hel-
Street, but no city was mentioned. beneficiary prior to that age. burn in cooperation with her advisory
"The writer also revealed he had "Everybody must furnish sworn of Professors Walter Prichard Eaton
been in the medical corps, 'doing field statements periodically, showing the of Yale, Kenneth Rowe of the Uni-
first-aid,' and 'for three days I was amount and character of wealth pos- versity of Michigan and Frederick H.
chief medical officer in the Lincoln- sessed and the manner in which it Koch of the University of North Car-
Washington Battalion.' " was obtained." olina, with the aid of educators in
almost 100 universities throughout
the country, has made a real con-
I ~E1.U -m ~.etribution toward bridging the gap

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LOST: Gold bracelet with locket the young authors but makes it pos-
bearing Michigan seal and initials: Bible for the whole entertainment in-
F.E.M.-'37-J.F.G. Phone 4326. dustry to benefit by fresh ideas."
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ANNUAL MAJOR PRODUCTION

WINN

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1937 HOPWOOD AWARD

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