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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IY, NO4UV. 1U Z132

Traveling 'Marionette Moviette ' That Ap
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's traveling "Marionette Moviette" (shown abov
day to present a novel type of puppet show. The performance will be he
The show has been touring southern Michigan, and its appearance in A
six towns in the state.
)
- Pup pet Show Wired For Soind
Will Be Shown Here Monday
r A unique puppet show, in which who will act as master of ceremonies.

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the figures are replicas of screen
stars, and the voice effects are sup-
plied by a sound track of the stars'
voices, will be presented to the public
Monday from 5 to 7 p.m. when Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer's traveling marioti-
ette show comes to Ann Arbor. The
show headed by Elwood Fayfield, '25,
will be presented in front of the
Michigan Theatre.
- The street will be roped off, Jerry
d Hoag, manager of the Michigan an-
nounced yesterday. The stage is set
on a truck (see picture) that is tour-
ing southern Michigan, and the pup-
r peteers will synchronize the move-
meets of the marionettes to the sound
a track, instead of injecting the voice
e themselves. Requiring great skill
e and timeliness in manipulating the
figures, the show will this way have
the actual voices of Jeanette Mac-
Donald, Nelson Eddy, Luise Rainer
and other screen stars built right in-
to the performance.
s The "Marionette Movi t'e" is pre-
r senting a complete repertory of scenes
e' from the 'screen productions of "Dra-
matic School," "The Great Waltz,"
and "Sweethearts." There will be
20 puppet players, and Leo the Lion,

Mr. Fayfield, Who is recognized as
one of the most adept puppeteers in
the field, was a member of the Mich-
iganensian and the Comedy Club
when he was at the University.
Puppet shows originated in Italy' I
and today the two leading itinerary
repertory companies are the Hastings
Troupe, and Tony Sarg's outfit. No
admission will be charged at the per-
formances Monday night.
Skit Talent Wanted
For Mimes' Plays
Mimes, men's honorary dramatic
society, issues a call for directors, ac-
tors, radio men and technicians to
take part in the Union Coffee Hour
skits or in the Mimes Opera, Rich-
ard Humphreys, '40, chairman of ar-
rangements announced yesterday
Playwriters and directors are espe-
cially urged to apply their talents. It
is pla'nned that a skit a week will be
presented at the coffee hours. All
those interested are asked to sign
their names on the Gargoyle bulle-
tin board next week.
A magician is especially needed for
the Tuesday coffee hour this week,
Humphries said. Anyone interested
is asked to call Humphries at 2-3241.
Enaineers Plan Trip
East For Inspection
Plans for an inspection trip
through several of the large eastern
manufacturing companies, to be held
during the Spring Vacation, are now
being considered by Eta Kappa Nu,
electrical engineering society, it was
announced yesterday.
A tentative itinerary for the eight-
day trip beginning April 9, 1939, in-
cludes Westinghouse in Pittsburgh;
scenic views and points of interest in
Washington, D.C.; Bell Laboratories,
Radio City and the World's Fair in
New York City; General Electric at
Schenectady; and the generating
stations at Niagara Falls.
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
LAST PERFORMANCE
TON IGHT
MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Seats Reserved
I I
A:
ER'
(Near Liberty St.?
CN PENS
RITERS
SUPPLIES

iears -r Mond-yence, and the Arts: Midsemester re- thi
pears r DAILY OFFICIAL ports are due today.
LI E. A. Walker, Assist. Dean. mun
BULLETIN I
Graduate Students. The general ec
examination given this fall will be
SATURDAY,.No.1,48repeated on Saturday afternoon at
VOL. XLIX. No. 48 1 o'clock. Nov. 19, ground floor, R'ack- fo
tham Building, for those students reg- Sc
istering in the Graduate School forS.
To All Faculty Members and Staff: the first time this fall. This second
Special Employment Time Reports date is to enable those students ex- un
must be in the Business Office on cused or unable to come previously to pr
Tuesday, Nov. 22, to be included i- make up the examination. Other stu- me
the roll for Nov. 30. dents in the Graduate School who ga
would like to take the examination
Edna G. Miller, Payroll Clerk. r nie od oa stm. fri
a oare invited to do so at this time.
C. S. Yoakum. th
Choral Union Members. Members C osit
of the Choral Union in good Stand-' PeMdcl tdns
ing will be issued tickets admitting T edaA _ of the
e) will appear in Ann Arbor Mon- them to the Iturbi concert on Tues- Association ofhe Medical- Aptitude Test othe
Id in front of the Michigan theatre. day, Nov. 22, between the hours of Assiion of gian MediarsCoy
nn Arbor will conclude a circuit of 10 and 12 and 1 and 4, at the School leges will be given at the University
of Music. Members are required to of Michigan on Dec. 2. Since the
Scall in person. Tickets ill not be test is a normal requirement for ad-
mission to practically all medical
7 gissued after 4 o'clock. schools, all students who are plan-
Theology rofessor - - ning to enter a medical school by the
To S keak Monday Academic Notices fall of 1939 should take the examina-
VC tion. This will be the only time that
Biological Chemistry 121, Section he test will be given before next fall.
Prof. Edwin E. Aubrey, who teaches B. The class will meet for the first It is not necessary that all pre-medi-
Christian theology and ethics at the time on Monday, Nov. 21, in Room cal requirements be completed at the
University of Chicago, will speak on 319 West Medical Building. All stu- ime the test is taken if the require-
"Hivsty and Ciagion" at 8spm. dents who have been accepted for ments will be completed in time for
"History and Religion" at 8 p.m this course should provide themselves entrance to Medical School in the
Monday, Nov. 21 at Lane Hall.under ( with a $5 breakage ticket (Biological fall of 1939. Students whose require-
the auspices of the Student Religious Chemistry), obtainable at the Treas- ments will not be completed by that
Association. uter's Office, and also with the Labor- time are asked to postpone the ex-
Professor Aubrey has written sev- atory Manual. amination until another year.
--Information may be obtained in
eral books on religion and theology Faculty, College of Literature, Sci- Room 4, University Hall from Nov. 14
and has contributed articles to many _ -- -- ----------
periodicals including "Journal of Re-
ligion," "Journal of Philosophy" and
"Religious Education."
He has taught in Union Theologi-
cal College, Carleton College, Miami
University and Vassar College, andE
now is Chairman of Theological Field
in the Divinity School of Chicago
University.
Wells Speaks Tomorrow
Dr. John Mason Wells, pastor of
the Ann Arbor Baptist Church from -.
1915 to 1921, will return to his former
pulpit for the next two Surays. Dr.
Well's topic for tomorrow will be "The
Rock of Ages."' Dr. We&Ts is now
professor of philosophy and religion
at Hillsdale College.
The Pilgrims' HAD
"Towers above other films in its to be T H RIFTY
category" - 14.Y.Herald-Tribune
"A really worth while picture."
--N.Y. Sun Pilgrim life in 1621 didn't include opportunity for indis-
"Seems to be one of the finest criminate waste of resources, money or time. The fact that
pictures of the year" the Pilgrims were thrifty in these things, that they had the
N.Y. Morning Telegraph
NOneY.fho Morplnilegrmapcapacity for thift, made possible the success of their colon-
"One of those splendidly human
stories that come to the screen too ization. Thrift is just as much the key to success in modern
seldom." N.Y. Post life. You too can be thrifty by starting a savings account and
"One of the most satisfying offer- adding to it regularly!
ings of the year - immediately
goes high on your list of required
movie-goiNg.Y World-Telegram Ann Arbor Savings
LAST TIME TODAY-
&ComrilBank
..The flaming human story Southeast Corner NICKELS ARCADE
Of a Country doctor. .un- of Main and Huron at State Street
sung hero of ten thousand
battles against fear and *
hopelessness!

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