THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SUNDAY, FEB. 18, 1940 1 render the same to the Key Clerk at of dishonesty in the final examins
VOL. L. No. 98 ,the office. of the Department of I tion of a. Geology course.
Even modern Caesars have good Notices
reason to fear daggers!
Yes, that's right! It's common Notice to all Members of the Uni-
knowledge among stage people that versity: The following is an extract
the actor who played the part of of a by-law of the Regents (Chapter
Caesar in a recent Broadway produc- III-B, Sections 8 and 9) which has
tion of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" been in effect since September, 1926:
was cut and bruised on the stage "It will hereafter be regarded as
on numerous occasions by 'she dagger contrary to University policy for any-
which is supposed to take that fam- one to have in his or her possession
character's lifeany key to University buildings or
OUS r parts of buildings if such key is not t
James Moll. property man for Play stamped as provided (i.s. by the o
Production, volunteered this and Buildings and Grounds Department). n
other interesting bits of information, If such unauthorized keys are t
as he described difficulties in secur- found the case shall be referred to s
ing props for the group's forthcom- the Dean or other proper head of the g
ing presentation of "Julius Caesar." University division involved for his u
It will be given at 8:30 p.m. Wednes- action in accordance with this prin- C
day through Saturday in the Lydia ciple. Any watchman or other proper
Mendelssohn Theatre, with a matinee representative of the Buildings and t
at 2:30 p.m, Saturday. Grounds Department, or any Dean,
That dangerous dagger is one of department head or other proper
Moll's chief difficulties. It has to be University official shall have the v
real, he explained, and it has to be right to inspect keys believed to open
sharp and actually dangerous. The University buildings, at any reason-
actors, therefore, must exercise ex- able time or place.
treme care in its use, he added, so "-For any individual to order, t
that the play does not become too have made, or permit to be ordered I
realistic! "We don't want a recur- or made, any duplicate of his or her
rance of the New York mishaps." he University key, through unauthorized
exclaimed, channels, must be regarded as a spe-
The fatal dagger, Moll said, as well cial and willful disregard of the safe- t
as various necessary swords and ty of University property."
spears, are all Elizabethan in style. These regulations are called to te c
Play Production's decision to give the attention of all concerned, for their s
Elizabethan version of "Julius Cae- information and guidance. Any per- c
sar has necessitated extensive re- son having any key or keys to Uni- p
search, so that all the props, as well versity buildings, doors, or other o
as costume and scenery, will be au- locks, contrary to the provisions re-
thentic. cided above, should promptly sur-
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