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SUNDAY," MALCI 27,1.9:38

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

March 30 Set
As ~Higl Tor'
Opening Date
WJR Will Preview Three
Scenes Of Production,
At 3 P.M. Tomorrow

Martha Graham States Dance
Depends Upon Real Life Contact

Allen, Rumsey
Subject Of New
School Mural

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Morgan To Make Tour
Of 3rd Alumni District
Robert O. Morgan, assistant gen-
eral secretary of the Alumni Associa-
tion, will leave tomorrow on an in-
spection tour of the third alumni dis-
trict, which includes the state of Ohio.
He will attend the American Alumni
Council convention in Columbus

Troupe To Present Recital
Tomorrow Evening In
Pattengill Auditorium
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one, Miss Graham declared, "the
dancer uses her body as an instru-
ment."
The basic message which her
dances present is of the power and
dignity of the individual, she said,
pointing out that the fundamental

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University High School
Painting By Roberts Now
Being Completed

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alone, followed by the ensemble in nature of such a credo has great so-
"High Tor," which will be presented "American Lyric." an expression of cial and political import in the pres- The arrival in Ann Arbor of John
by Play Production, Wednesday the American constitutional right of ent world, in many parts of which the Allen and John Rumsey, founders of
through Saturday in the Lydia Men- freedom of assembly, as representa- value of the individual is held very this town, and the men for whom
tive of the American democratic sys- lightly. Allen-Runsey House was named, is
delssohn Theatre, is Maxwell Ander-=i tem itself. "Our country is not per- - --- -the subject of the mural being paint-
son's second winner of 'the Dramatic feet, of course," Miss Graham said in C f i ed in University High School by
Critics' Circle Award. "Winterset" commenting on this number, "but V Ii&}l}Il Henry Clement Roberts. The mural
won it in 1936. here at least we have rights guar- ~ will be completed this week.
The play, three scenes from which (eed us which cannot be taken Alen Set out from Virginia to find
wilb rsne t3pm oorwaway." k}II it t aspot for settlement in the West,
will be presented at 3 p.m. tomorrow The next dance of the program. In Buffalo he met Mr. and Mrs. Rum-
over station WJR on the University "Deep Song," depicts the tragedy of r Bey and after landing in Detroit, the
of the Air program, was selected for ' traed of To Ullstrate Devices 1JS(c- ltwee bought a team of oxen and a
the award only after 11 ballots hadTo invaded Spain in ers of the deepestSg box sled and set out into the woods.
been taken for the required three- I emotions of the suifering Spaiish Llailng M Rumscy at Ypsilanti,
quarters vote, people. The girls of the troupe, Miss A traveling exhibition of more than the men proceeded alone, discovering
Award Established In 1935 Graham revealed, are supporting an 100 diawings, photographs, maps and a spot near what is now West Huron,
The award was established in 1935 orphan boy in Madrid, victim of the charts depicting various aspects of Street at a place still called Allen's
by the Drama Critics' Circle, which war. through the children's division city planning in 20 municipalities will Creek. They returned for Mrs. Rum-
was organized at the same time. Two of the North American Committee to go on dipy for fou ay besey and the two mouths supplies. By i
requirements for ballotting were laid Aid Spanish Democracy. The girls, Monday. in 404 South Wing and in Llazing the trees they found thei'
down by the critics: first, the voting all of whom support .themselves, the Flaibition Room of the arc'hitec- way back here to the same spot.
requirements were made hiah enough make regular weekly contributions. vrie ose Another part of Ihe - The scene in the mural is of Rum-
to insure the award to the play which ile one of them, an American-born hIbit will e dislayed in the Union cey kneeling and dipping water from
had the substantial support of the .Irl of . 'nsh extraction, corre- Wednesday afternoon andte evening. h creek through a hole he hadI
circle. This caused the difficulty in sponds with the boy for the group. The exhibition, officially titled tle chopped in the ice. The men first'
selecting "High Tor" over "Johnny "Dances After Catastrophe," from "National City Planning Exhibition of cleared for a garden spot the place
Johnson" in 1935, The second re- the suite "Chronicle," will be given in the United States Junior Chamber where the courthouse now stands.
quirement was that no critic was to two parts: / "Steps in the Street," of Commerce," is being collected and The mural is done with tempora
vote for a play that seemed intoler- which conveys the suggestion of the managed by the City Planning Com- colors in a transparent style accom-,
able to him. world of the unemployed, torn be- mittee of New York. George J. Lyons plished by fainting criss-cross strokes
Anderson acepted the award, which tween desperate rebellion and apa- of the New York Telephone Company applying four or five colors over each
was a silver plaque representing a thetic resignation, and "Tragic Holi- is chairman, other. Painted over viosol board to
scene at the \old John Street Theatre, day," a bitter satire on the anomaly The collection has just been ex. which nine coats of whiting had been
on the behalf of the "old firm of Me- of war celebrations and war memor- hibited in Oklahoma City and will applied, this achieves a kind of pen
Clintic, Anderson, Meredith and ials be sent to Jacksonville Florida from and ink effect.
Mielziner." The significance of this "Prelude to Action," also from the here. Azrial photos. pictures of Nor- The artist. Henry Clement Rob-
fact was that these men had served suite "Chronicle." will be the la mhan Bel Geddes' model of the city of !rt, a native of Northern Michigan,
in the r.espective capacities of pro- I numbet. In this dance the note of the future, landscape i!mgns and spent the winter nionths stalking
ducer, author, leading actor, and hope predominates with Miss Gra- plans of twenty cities are included, through the University Woods where
scene-designer for "Winterset." ham and the ensemble appearing to More than 7,000 people saw the ex- he studied the trees and animals of
Model Playwright Described conclude the program with an opti- hibit in Chicago and large crowds vis- this region to study detail.
m zistic flourish.
WeAdrnev tsu i ce ited it in New York City. Each city Roberts studied five years in the
When Anderson received the award The suggestion contained in the he hd yd has ad- Wicker School of Fine Arts in De-
he listed the requirennts he deemed dance form is an essentially physical where it has, been displayed . '.d- I and then won a scholarship to
necessary for a playwright. "A play- ed tothe collection, Prof. A. L. Shep-1 troitanthnwnasolripo'
necessary for a playwright. A play- pad of the Landscape Design depart- study in, Europe where he remained
wright must be insanely certain of
himself and also quite sanely criticalilidden Cards Worth i merit of the Univer sityexplained. I two years Returning a few years,
He The part of the exhibit that deals later, lie studied under Matisse.
of all he does. He should be straight $7 Each Toward Radio chiefly with architecture will be on The sketch by Roberts was chosen
Irish by descent, because the Iriso display in the architecture college. because of the appropriateness of the
write the best English. He should also -h ' r fte
b p Take a look under your saucer, in Landscape de'igns. city planning, subject. This woik is a part of the
the Scotch write even better Es the furnace or in a professor's pock- and 'rade crossings will be displayed Federal Art Project program.
than th wrih. entE in fractke two loos om in 401 South Wing, while the part of
tau ofthe Irish e ueit; in fact, take two looks. You may the exhibit, that is of general inter- Relio' n Explained r
"Buti of all 1,hes5c, qtualif cations, find one of Bob Cohen's business est will be shown at the Union.
only one is central. The ithers are cards. This exhibit might prove to be the " IgA
protective armor or protective color- Bob Colten, '39, student proprietor stimulus needed to make Ann Arbor I y p gIiciJUlE.
ing; his priesthood,. his belief ini what of a radio shop located iI Slaters do some of this type of work, Prof.
be is doing, hic belief in the theatre book store, is sponsoring a unique Shepard said. 9upernatural religion, grew out of
an ~ a'd ittsdo'i nre the essentials to treasure hunt. He has hidden a lim- -------- -- --. man's inability to comprehend na-
d number of his business cards in,. tural phenomena, Dr. Mischa Titiev

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Thursday through Saturday. Acacia, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Alpha
Morgan will address University of Sigma Phi, Alpha Tau Omega, Beta
Michigan Clubs Monday in Dayton, Theta Pi, Chi Phi, Chi Psi, Delta
Tuesday in Cincinnati and Wednes- Kappa Epsilon, Delta Tau Delta,
day in Portmouth before attending Delta Upsilon, Kappa Nu, Lambda
the AA.C. convention. Chi Alpha, Phi Beta Delta, Phi Delta
Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Psi, Phi
Kappa Sigma, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi
,sWSigma Kappa, Pi Lambda Phi, Delta
Epsilon.
A -e Psi Upsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Auistrian Jews Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma Ch., Sigma
Nu, Sigma Phi, Theta Chi, Theta
" ~Delta Chi, Theta Xi, Triangle, Tri-
gon. Zeta Beta Tau and Zeta Psi.
Sororities and dormitories are
(Continued from Page Co)Cuzens Hall, Ielta Delta Delta,
Martha Cook. Kappa Delta, Helen
would consider the circumstances of Newberry, Alpha Xi Delta, Chi Ome-
"Schuschnigg's fake plebiscite plan," ga, Jordan Mall, Delta Gamma, Betsy
and announced with a derisive fling Barbour, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha
at the Hapsburgs that the monarch- Phi, Mosher Hall, Alpha Epsilon Phi,
ist movement is forever dead. Alpha Chi Omega, Adelia Cheever,
He said National Socialism has no Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Kappa
desire to destroy the Church or reli- Gamma.Zeta Tau Alpha, Collegiate
gion' but warned "there will be no orosis, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Alpha
c mpromise if religion meddles in Theta, Phi cigmna Sigma and Ann
politics." Arbor Girls.
He disclosed a vast public works Any independent organizations
program has been planned. having ideas for booths should see
All of former Austria heard the Fox.
speech, a part of the campaign for a - -- -
"yes" vote in the April 10 plebiscite
on union' of the two countries, from
loud-speakers scattered through the SEA
nation.
Discussing the plebiscite that form-
er Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg had
scheduled just before Nazi threats
forced him out of office, Goering was
not specific whether Schuschnigg .
miaht face trial. However, he prom-
ised a court airing.
He termed Schuschnigg's plebiscite
plan a "plain swindle," and' con-
tinued: "God did not let the Fuehrer
come into the world for nothing. He
had a high mission. . .. The Austrian
Government bad suppressed the
people with foreign bayonets." i
The crowd greeted every reference t
to Schuschnigg with -noisyderision. 13
It made its greatest demonstrations,
however, when Goering assailed Jews
and clericals who participate in poli-
tics. !
"We have no desire to destroy re-
ligion. In Germany we did not de-
stroy the Church but the clericalPR
party. And, once 6his is understood,
perhaps clerical opposition will becSiz
ready to make peace," Goering laid, 13
Only today, Dr. ,Jacob Weinbach,1
secretary to Theodore Cardinal In- Always Reas
nitzer, ranking prelate in Austria,
said all Catholic parishes in Austia GI
would receive communications advis- GA Gii L1I~
II
ing Catholics to vote "yes" for unmon 10 NICKEL
with Germany in the April 10 plebis-
cite.

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in
DE OF FLANDERS
RINT ED LIN ENS
es from Bridge to Dinner
onably Priced . . .
qEN SHOP
BLS ARCADE

University buildings and about the AR' i1 i (1*ttS () StJ I of' the anthropology departmnenit told
i flihta tmpus. The cards will be.worth $7 A-I hai the Freshman Round Table group
Palme r Br 4ac ' t owards the purchase.of a new $19.50 AU ti o il io t'o t-1 yesrc'day in L'an hall.
Over SatioiN WJR Todayive tube Clockette radio if they:are=---- Reliion, according to the anthro-Y
presented before April 5. Th' Society of Automotive En.. pologist's point of view, arises as a
Prof. Palme:3iiir Ghistian of the _________
Prlof P usic, Unrity organ- ----- - - :ineers will go on an inspection trip I social phenomena. Dr. 'Titiev stat-
i. th wl of adsit University organ- ARAIGN MAIJUAN'A SUSPE TS to the Gene1 alMotors Research Lab- ce. The relation of man to his physi-
ist, will broadens t from the Hill Au- oratiwrie s, the Chrysjler RL~esearch Lab- cal environment, the relation of man
ditorium organ over WJR from 9:00 BAY CITY, March 26.-') --Six of orataaries, the Chrslr I neeri Lb can and the relation of man to
to 9:30 a.m, today. i the 10 persons seized in Michigan aoratories, the Chrysler Enginer ig to e supernatural were listed by
At 12:30. the faculty of -the. School Friday night in raids which un- iLag Grounds o Wednesday, March Titiev as the three main aspects of
of Education will conduct a round- covered a huge cache of marijuana Ine as heteep
(able discussion on "Federal Aid to were arraigned today before U. S . 30.iE man's existence. N
Educatioin" ialso over WJR. Commissioner Otto J. Manary. A bus will 1ecxm, the Enuginieringr In primitive society,k man lacked anl
Edu___n"______rJ__Cms__er___J Manry. Arch at 8 an. and return to Ann explanation of natural phenomena
Arbor at approximately 7 papm."Frans- which has been supplied by, modern
portation charges ai'e expected to science, he said. Present day reli-
aimount to $1.30. 1 gion has become a personal thing, he
The All interested ini such an excursion continued, because science which has
are requested to sign on one of the I claified these natural laws, has left
bulletin board' in the West Engineer- a social need for belief in the super-
Sg Building. __natural
For Information -Cal MISS JONES at 2-3241 i

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ALONG TOWARDS SPRING all
young people's fancies unmistak-1
ably turn to thoughts of the open
road it's funny but we all have
that yearnin' to travel our bit -
though it's only a bit! So let's don
our new Spring suits and push off!
What's that? Yol haven't gotten
your suit yet? Shame! But your
gadder's here to help out a little
where and when she can - - -'
It's the 1ZABETH DILLON
SHOP for the first stop in the
its the illon Ahop for pastel, inan-
tailored, and dressnvmker suits
pin-stripes , . . checks . . . every-
thing! Combine these with plain
or frilly blouss . . stud-tailored
or Gibson girl sy Add a pastel.
tweed, or camels hair coat and
you've really got a traveling out-
fit.
AND as for the accessories
and that's no small part of any-
one's outfit-your gadder suggests
the SARAH ROGERS SHOP to
complete this "on the way" cos-
tume! A touch of contrasting color
is needed now - just a dash - so
give it to the purse! It's a knock-
out style -created by Mary Tray
Crume - and available in seventy-
two shades "72) of felt-or if you'd
rather, there's a variety in doeskin
and allega tor, The wholetWing is
topped off with stunning wooden
initials---one, two, or three letters!
And the beauty of it all is that only
five days are needed for an order
to be filled - now that's just about
enough before you'll be packng
and on the way!

are here, check off stockings--you
need go no farther--June has
every spring shade in the finest
grade hose---aren '1 you lucky,
though, shopping is so easy!
IN YOUR SUITCASE your gad-
der suggests that you take a sup-
ply of "Parfait" minute facial pads
--they're really marvelous all
you have to do is stop some place
on the way lookingb:-w'gard and
worn --and remove all your make-
111 wvifIi one oif fthesepad,, sp'..
ptons afresh co at you'll look~l
ancd feel like a new persof- a,
facial in one minite- 60 seconds!
It's CALKINS - FLETCHER'S for
these--and there is a smaller clon-
tainer on top of every package to
put in your purse. Tthen too "Pt
fait" manicure pads are just as
miraculous--one pad for a man-
icure! Really they're wonderful!
NOW TROT ON DOWN to the
Arcade, gals. for the rest of that
vacation shopping- -down to the
KESSELS CAMPUS SHOP-it's
here that you can get the sports
side of your wardrobe--anything
froni sweaters and skirts- -which
come in very handy on cool though
springy days--to flannel shirt-
waist dresses and pastel wools.
They all must take a definite part
this spring-they are your ward-
robe "musts!" Now you're all ready
to set sail for the frolic!
* * *
BUTT WAIT! before you go-just
before you start, stop in at tl
DI MATTIA BEAUTY SHOP for

Over Ea S te r Vacation-PL
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AND PASS YOUR HOME EXAMINATIONS ON WHy
AND HOW YOU SHOULD GO TO EUROPE THIS SUMMER
One feature to engage your studious attention is the maryelous
cooperation on Hapag and Lloyd ships to give you a good time.
Officers, crews, chefs, stewards all unite in expressing Hospitality
to you. It's the sort of tearnwork that brings cheers from Third,
Tourist and Cabin Class alike!
"END OF TERM" SAILINGS
With College Orchestras on Board ELECTIVE COURSES
l l LLOYD EXPRESSES
wR mLn E UROsP in the Fine Art of European Travel
RAIL TRAVEL
JUNE 16 JULY 3 JUNE 22 . JULY 9 HIKING FLYING
Fifth day morning arrivals at Cherbourg and Southampton BIKING BUS TRAVEL
nexd morning at Bremen for the Berlin express BOATING MOTORING
? B d* Travelers in Germany may reduce the
Cu £Uiii B Ucost of their sojourn up to 40% through
"Studenit Specal" * JUNE 30 the use of registered Travel Marks.
German Railroads offer 60% fare re-
HAPAG "FAMOUS FOUR" EXPRESSES ductions,
IIT rH LAIN D HAIlIBURG Thousands have found that taking their
own car abroad is an excellent and
JUNE 16 . JULY 14 t JUNE 23 f economical way to see Europe. Particu-
larly attractive for groups. This year
IEL YO K *HANSAc tax is only $1 for one month in
Germany. Renewal for one more month
JUNE 30 JULY 7 $1 additional.
Calls Cat Ireland, in addition to England, France, Germany The above subjects and many questions
as to planning, preparing and taking
Fr a more leisurely course of ar lowest rates your trip to Europe are ALL covered in
HAPAG ST. LOUIS -DERin IJOVD this 225-page book' YOUR TRIP TO
JUNE 11 JUlY 9 JUNE 4 , JULY 2 EUROPE. it is a handy pocket-size
volume illustrated by *
CONSULT YOUR TRAVEL AGENT, or walaceMorgen. Send
cOUPON for it and bone

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