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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Play Production
By ViRiting D
By MARIAN SMITH
The University of Michigan was
rated one of the finest schools for
training young dramatists by Whit-
ford Kane, guest director and male
lead in the opening Play Production
presentation "Excursion," in an in-
terview yesterday.
Mr. Kane pointed out that the
stock companies have become a thing
of the past and their work is now
being carried on largely by dramatic
schools in universities and colleges
throughout the country. He claimed
that the value of university work can
be estimated by the large number of
talent scouts sent out by Hollywood
producers. - "It would be advisable
for Broadway to follow this practice
and look for new talent among young
student dramatists."
Mr. Kane spoke highly of the choice
of "Excursion" for Play Production
students "for," he stated, "it will help
the students to loosen up through the
definite comic element of the play
and the freedom it allows to the stu-
dent to act naturally." He also spoke
of the desirability of the play be-
cause of the opportunity it gives for
a large number of students to appear.
In speaking of the talent found
among college students he indicated
that he often found these young ac-
tors much better than professionals.
Freshness, enthusiasm and sincerity
were among the attributes he found
in students. "These things make
work with students much more en-
joyable," he continued. "There isde-
cided refreshment in changing from
professional stage work to that of di-
rector of a student production," he
said.
Mr. Kane spoke highly of Shake-

W ork ' our De ocratsadding machine No. 1-162596 please." "
Work Praised Young Democrats report to the undersigned. Union Officials
Will r t DAILY OFFICIAL Herbert G. Watkins,
'ramatic Dji rector WllMeet 1To(day BLE~NAssistant SecretaryCofrT Ed
,aai Dr~o BULLETIN"' Confer To End
p- _ - - The Washtenaw County Young College of Literature, Science and
spearean works as the best ground Democrats will meet at 3 p.m. today the Arts, School of Music and School La Of iroue
work for young actors. "Training in at the Michigan Union to discuss SUNDAY, OCT. 10, 1937 of Education. Students who received
.VOL. XLVII. No. 13 marks of 1 or X at the close of their I__
this type of play serves as a valuable plans for the state convention of Student Organizations: Officers of (Continued on Page 4) PORT HURON, Oct. 9.--(P)-Of-
background for all dramatic work,"Young Democrat Clubs of Michigan ficials of the American Enamled
rhe revealed. student organizations are reminded'Mge ieC.adteUie u
.which will be held next week atj Magnet Wire Co. and the United Au-
Mr. Kane pointed out that he has which that only such organizations as are Episcopal Church Rejects tomobile Workers of America were in
worked as director of student plays Muskegon.IEpsoa ChrhR jcs1mbieW krsfAeiawren
at the University of Washington, the Eugene D. Emunson, office manager approved by the Senate Committeee conference here tonight in an effort
University of Iowa, and Syracuse Uni- of the Auditor General's department on Student Affairs may insert noticesP , to reach an agreement to end labo
versity, but that he is exceedingly will address the meeting today. in the Daily Official Bulletin. Until CINCINNATI, Oct. 9.-(P)-A prod- disturbances at the plant.
happy to be back in Ann Arbor to At 4 p.m. the Washtenaw County Oct. 25 last year's list of approved posed step toward decentralization in after Gov. Frank Murphy had stepped
direct and play the male lead in "Ex-afeGo.FnkMrhhdstpd
dursn" He as thae ce here Young Democrats will join with the organizations will be used, but after the Protestant Episcopal Church met into the picture and ordere a settle-
ig the pas to smer saom of Jackson. Lenawee and Monroe Coun- hat date only such groups as have defeat today when the House of Bish- ment. The Governor, who stoped here
the Michigan Repertory Players but ty Young Democratsin a district con- qualified for approval this year, by ops of the Triennial General Conven- en route to his boyhood home at Har-
submitting lists of officers to the bor Beach, threatened to appoint a
an extended run of the play on vention also to be held in the Union. Dean of Students, 2 University Hall tion rejected a proposal to curb its ba Bea, the t a sont
Broadway interfered. f Immediately ,2Uiest alatoiy state mediator if the dispute is not
after the lay closes here. Mr. Kane The program of the convention will and otherwise complying with the authority.settled by Monday
will return to New York to appear in include the election of district officers Committee's rules, will be allowed to A constitutional amendment, which "Unless an agreement is reached by
exercise hspiiee would have permitted the House of "Uls<nareen.srahdb
"Robin Landing," written by Stanley and discussion of organizational x h privilege. Bsod ofH Monday," the Governor said, "I will
Young. policies. Bishops of a Province (a district com- appoint State Rep. Mervin Tomlin of
Mr. Kane began his acting career T Deanshers Responsible .fr osed of Dioceses) to accept the resig- Port Huron as the mediator and the
38 years ago in England and Ireland, Head an Bsiess nation of a Bishop, was voted down, principals in the strike will be taken
where he played numerous Shake- Par, MsOffietoaoayrolls: Kindly call f O the Businessi to Lansing for a conference."
spearean roles. These roles were fol- 1il Pa (els, Messages, Oce to approve payrolls for October. 53 to 29, without debate.
lowed by plays of Galsworthy and Separately, Abbott Urges This should be done not later than The change was recommended by
Shaw. "The Pigeon," which Mr. Kane October 18. Edna G. Miller, the Committees on Canors and'
presented here in 1938 was written Despite repeated warnings students .. Payroll Clerk. Amendments. Ann Arbor has six hotels with a
especially for him by John Gals continue to enclose written matter in The House then accepted the resig- total capacity of 328 rooms.
worthy. Mr. Kane came to the Unit-'laundry packages. Mrs. Horatio J. Members of the Faculty and Gradu- nations of eight bishops including the
ed States in 1912 nd has been play- iAbbott. Ann Arbor postmaster. re- ate Students: The Commission for Rt. Rev. John M. McCormick, bishop
ing ever since. ported yesteirday. Relief in Belgium Education Founda- of western Michigan, account of age,
He was in Hollywood for some time Such action makes the entire par- tion announces that a limited number effective Nov. 1.
and appeared in "Hide Out." "While col subject to first class postal rates f advanced fellowships are awarded - - - - -
there," he stated, in a jovial voice, which have been known to raise pos- annually for study in Belgium. Ap- I RYTEX PERSONAL STATIONERY
"they termed me 'dumb, friendly and tage for the packages to six dollarsjphicati onb o138-939mtreach
kindly.'" she declared. In cases of willful vio- the Foundation before November 15.BOX
._n tru i af o$ Further information may be secured
lation of the regulations a fine of $100 in the Graduate School Office. CHRISTMAS CARDS
County B dget Ris may be imposed in addition to the___
mailiBg charges she said. Notice: Anyone having Burroughs Order NOW To Avoid Disappoinwent
Will ( G o To Board ___-__-----__ -AAL___

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In response to President Ruthven's
invitation last year, the Farmer's
Club of Michigan will hold their con-
vention in the ballroom of the Union
Nov. 2 and 3.
Earl C. Michener, Congressman
from this district, Mayor Walter C.
Sadler, Dr. 0. R. Yoder, assistant sup-'
erintendent of the Ypsilanti State
Hospital and Prof. Robert B. Hall of
the geography department will at-
tend the convention.
For the first time the Extensionj
Service of the University is this year
acting in cooperation with the Farm-
er's groups.

An increase of $28,183 in the oper-
ating budget of Washtenaw County
will be'recommended to the board of
supervisors by the finance committee
at the October meeting which will
open Monday for a two-weeks session,
The proposed budget, which would1
amount to $324,353, would necessitate'
a tax rate of approximately four and
one-Thirds mills, or about $4.35 per
$1,000 assessed valuation if it is ad-
opted at the meeting Monday in the
courthouse.
A $20,751.64 excess of expenditures
over last year's appropriation was
advanced by the finance committee as
the main reason for the increase.
Col. Miller Discusses
Artillery At Columbus
Col. Henry W. Miller of the De-
partment of Mechanism and Engin-
eering Drawing was the guest and,
principal speaker yesterday at a meet-
ing of the officers of the Ohio Na-
tional Guard at Columbus. Colonel
Miller discussed the use of super-
artillery in modern warfare.!

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H.B. J.R. on back. If found notify
Harry Block at 7236. Reward. 89
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