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THE MICHfIGAN DILYT

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Dramatic Training. Little Use
To0 Students, Temple Claims

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V .111 JThUe L jJ.1 UiK By S. R. WALLACE
Richard Temple, the ruddy-cheeked
Dr. Christens, OSU Dean, Englishman playing Ruth Chatter-
To Highlight Program; ton's cockney father in "Pygmalion"
Secord Will Give Talk this week, opined yesterday that uni-
Secod 'Wll ive alkversity training in dramatics is a nice
The ninth annual Pharmaceutical way to keep students out of trouble
Conference ,sponsored by the College--but it won't teach them to act.
of Pharmacy of the University of Caught for a moment at coffee be-
Michigan, will be held in the Amphi- tween a dash from the Rackham
theatre of the Rackham Building Building to the tennis matches, the
Tuesday afternoon beginning at'2:30. white-haired Temple (whose hair at
The guest speaker will be f Dr. B. present is mascara red for his role)
V. Christensen, Dean of the College declared that art is born into the
V. ChrstensenDan of the College theatre.
of Pharmacy of Ohio State Uiver- "Of course an actor develops with
sity. The topic which he has chosen experience," he admitted, "but you
to present is, "Recruiting for the Pro- must have the 'heart' to start with;
fession of Pharmacy." Mr. Christen- mt htaininghcanhealu tsale."
sen is the author of many scientific then training can be valuable."
papers and has been active in vari- In his fifty years of stage appear-
ous phases of pharmaceutical associ- ances Temple has associated with
ation work. . some of the theatre's great names,
The second speaker of the afer- among them Sir Henry Irving. Rich-
noon will be Mr. Arthur Secord of the ard Temple senior, a member of the
Extension Service and the Depart- first Gilbert and Sullivan company,
ment of Speech of the University of created a role in each of the famous
Michigan. His topic will be, "De- operettas as they came from the pens
veloping an Effective Personality." of the nineteenth century writers.
Dr. Arthur C. Curtis of the Depart- Discussing the chances of success
ment of Internal Medicine of the Uni- for new actors today, Temple ve-
versity will be the third speaker. hemently warned young idealists to
Doctor Curtis spoke at the Conference stay away from "the hotbed of in-
two years ago on the topic of sulfa- trigue" that is the stage. Citing cases
nilamide. This year he will discuss to prove that even acknowledged tal-
another of the newer treatments for ent is overlooked, he explained that
one of the common diseases, that of 70 per cent of a successful actor to-
"Sulfapyridine and Anti-sera in the day is a commercial instinct and that
Treatment of Lobar Pneumonia." producers are "name and type crazy."
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The story of his association with
a 19 year old actress in a Broadway
play years ago illustrated his point.
He thought she was very good. The
director could, not agree. The girl
was Fay Bainter, 1939 academy award
winner.
Temple lays the blame for many
of the current problems on Broad-
way to the fact that the theatre
"is in the wrong hands." He believes
that the old days of the actor-man-
ager were superior in that business
interests did not seem to overbalance
the art.
The last two performances of
"Pygmalion" will be given at 3:15
p.m. and 8:30 p.m. today at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.xTickets are
still available at the box office.
ASU To Present Film
Refugee conditions in Spain,
Mexico, Chile, and Cuba will be
shown in a film sponsored by the
American Student Union and pre-
sented at 4 p.m. Monday in the Na-
tural Science Audtorium. Tickets
can be obtained from any ASU mem-
ber or at the door that evening. t

Plans for a trip to Buffalo to visit
the Curtiss-Wright and Bell airplane
factories will be discussed at a meet-
ing of the Institute of Aeronautical
Science at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
Room 1042 of the E. Engineering
Building.
Members of the Institute will leave
Ann Arbor Friday and spend the en-
tire day Saturday at these plants ex-
amining the latest military planes
built for the Army and Navy. Reser-
vations must be in by Wednesday.
*
Members of the Detroit section of
the Institute of Radio Engineers held
a joint meeting with the Detroit Phys-
ics Society in the East Physics Build-
ing last night. Purpose of the meet-
ing was to visit four physics labora-
tories and one electrical engineering
lab.
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yRedCross
Local Chapter Receives
Unsolicited Donations
Unsolicited contributions which
amounted to $624 have been received
at the local Red Cross office in con-
junction with the Washtenaw Coun-
ty Chapter's drive for $3200 set as
their quota in the current American
Red Cross 10 million dollar war
relief plan, it was announced yes-
terday.
Organized campaign plans are vir-
tually complete, the local office said.
and actual soliciting will begin Mon-
day. Donations, however, may still
be sent to the Red Cross Office,
600 Wolverine Building, Ann Arbor.
Letters requesting the announce-
ment of the relief drive have been
sent to the ministers of various local
churches and several have indicated
that any contributions will be ac-
cepted at their Sunday services.
Math Picnic Postponed
The Junior Mathematical Society
picnic, originally scheduled for to-
day, has been postponed until Wed-
nesday.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

A meeting of Eta Kappa Nu, elec-
trical engineering honor society, will
be held at 7 p.m. Sunday in the
Union to elect officers for the com-
ing year. Newly elected members of
the society are Eugene H. Beach,
'41E, Harold E. Britton, '41E, and
Gordon Stumpf, '41E.

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SENIORS!
Just three weeks more of
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Then A MICHIGAN
ALUMNUS for life .....
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ASSOCIATION yours
to keep alive your allegiance
to your Alma Mater.

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daily selling article appealing to
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for information to Slip-Lok. Inc.,
531,2 West Huron Street, Pontiac,
Michigan. 442
ARTICLES FOR SALE-3
FOR SALE-Girl's bicycle, balloon
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scenic acres overlooking beautiful
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Call evenings. F. D. O'Grady, 618
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Write Box 12, Mich. Daily. 429
FOR RENT
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furnished house. Available June
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425 SOUTH DIVISION Apartment
for graduate students or business
people-also a single room-phone
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WOMEN STUDENTS: Very pleasant
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SUMMER STUDENTS: Rooms from
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are tamed when they see how ex-
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