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"Un Client serieux," a farcical sa-
tire by Georges Courteline, is the
third play in the French program to
be presented at 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
The play holds courtroom proce-
dure up to ridicule. As the play opens
the prosecuting attorney (le substi-
tut) tells the bailiff (l'huissier) that
under the direction of a shyster law-
yer, Barbemolle, a number of news-
papers are conducting a political
campaign against him.
At that moment Lagoupille, the
serious client, is summoned into
court. He is charged with having
given a black eye to Mr. Alfred, a
cafe owner. Barbemolle agrees to
defend Lagoupille for the small fee
of ten francs.
The court then takes up the case
of Alfred vs. Lagoupille. After the
confusion has died down Alfred ex-
plains that he has felt compelled to
expulse Lagoupille from his cafe
charging that he used everything in
the cafe and only drank one drink.
Lagoupille gives him a black eye
(marron) and Alfred claims 500
francs damages. Lagoupille claims
that he has been a faithful patron of
the cafe for five years, that he has
left a fortune in it and that he drank
seven drinks, not just one.
Barbemolle makes a flowery plea
for his client, Lagoupille.
The prosecuting attorney then sees
in the official government bulletin
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that he has been fired and he quits.
The bulletin names Barbemolle the
prosecuting attorney. He then makes
a violent speech against his former
Finally the president of the court
reads the decision of the court. It
states that Barbemolle was wrong in
striking Alfred and should be pun-
ished by from six days to two years in
prison. But whereas Alfred had no
witnesses and whereas he used ille-!
gitimate means to expel Lagoupille,
Alfred is made to stand the expenses
of the suit.
This play will be enacted by mem-
bers of the department of Romance
The other comedies to be pre-
sented are "Rosalie" by Max Mau-
rey and "Le Cuvier," a medieval
farce. All the plays are under the
direction of Prof. Charles E. Koella,
faculty adviser to the French Club.
Tickets will be on sale in the Lydia
Mendelssohn box office from 10 a.m.
to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and from 10
a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
To Be Held at
Instituting a dual system of re-
ligious services for the first time this
semester, the Hillel Foundation will
hold a Conservative service commen-
cing at 7:30 p.m. today to be followed
by a Reform service at 8:45 p.m.
At the conclusion of the Conserva-
tive service, Rabbi Jehudah M. Co-
hen will address the congregation on
"European Jewry after the War,"
speaking on the problems Jews will
face in reaclimatizing themselves to
Harvey Weisberg, A'S, and Elliott
Organick, '44E, will conduct the Con-
servative service while Reform serv-
ices will be led by Madeleine Leven-
berg, '46, and Benson Jaffee, '46.
Frances Kesselman, '44, will sing
several hymns including "Shepherd
of the Lord" and "God Is in His Holy
Temple." She will be accompanied
on the organ by Ruth Wolkowski,
'45SM, who, in addition, will play
several other hymns.
Tea, sandwiches and cookies will
be served at the conclusion of srv-
ices. The public is invited to attend.
Spring Picnic To Be
Sponsored by Hillel
A spring picnic sponsored by the
Hillel Foundation for a group of 75
students and servicemen will take
place Sunday afternoon at the Island.
Meeting at 2 p.m. at the Founda-
tion, approximately seventy - five
picknickers will leave for an after-
noon of sports, including baseball
and novelty games, and singing to be
followed by a picnic supper of sand-
wiches and potato salad. In the event
of rain, the entire program will be
held indoors at the Foundation, be-
ginning an hour later, at 3 p.m.
There are still twenty-five vacan-
cies for the picnic and persons wish-
ing reservations must make their
application by noon, Saturday.
Fay Bronstein, '45, is chairman of
the Social Committee and Judy Jac-
obs, '46, heads the picnic refreshment
and entertainment committee. The
picnic program is under the super-
vision of Elise Zeme, '44, a student
director at the Hillel Foundation.
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ROMANIA B~ov Galati
ACTION FLARES ON RUSSIAN FRONT--Breaking the lull on the
Russian front, the Red Army killed hundreds of Germans in a flanking
attack, driving the enemy back southeast of Stanislawow in old Poland,
Moscow announced. A Romanian communique said the Red Army had
also launched pan offensive on a wide front on the lower Dniester
River, where fighting raged south of Dubossary and Tighina.
VISITS 'U' LIBRARIES:
Rodrigues Says Brazil Is Our
Best South American Friend
SPAR R mecruitig ..
Recruiting for the SPAFRS. Wo-
men's Reserve of the United States
Coast Guard will continue today at
the League by Lt. (jg.) Maxton
Robillard and Yeoman Barbara
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'Spring Swing' Tickets.. .
Tickets for the University "Spring
Swing" to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight, Saturday, May 13, at
Waterman Gym, may be purchased
at the Union and League desks and
at local bookstores. Only a limited
number of tickets will be placed on
Highlights on Campus
Eye-catching blazers in green, red
and brown corduroy to wear with
slacks and skirts. All wool sweat-
ers - pastels, figured, and Argyles.
Slim fitting slacks in checked and
solid wools - red, blue, and brown
ilii Sawyer'si orchestr a wii swing
out with the Iatest hit tunes from
9 p.m. to midnight today in the
Lowry Page and his orchestra will
be featured at the League Dance to-
morrow. Page's orchestra hps played
for many affairs in Detroit.
Tennis Club To Meet...
"Unless the weather rains us
out, we will meet at 2 p.m. today
on the Palmer Field courts for the
first session of tennis," announced
Betsy Perry, '45, manager of the
"I think that of the South Ameri-
can countries Brazil is the best friend
to the United States," Mr. Honorio
Rodrigues, a member of the staff of
the Book Institute in the Brazilian.
National Library, commented yester-
day during, a brief visit in Ann Arbor
to study the libraries of the Univer-
"I think the Good Neighbor policy
must continue not only now during
the war but after the war when it
will be even more important that the
two nations have an exchange of
commerce and culture," he contin-
"The Brazilian constitution, writ-
ten by Ruy Barbosa, was greatly in-
fluenced by the American Constitu-
tion and democratic thinking," Mr.
Rodrigues asserted. "The official
title of Brazil is the United States of
"The American Revolution had an
enormous influence on Brazilian
thinking. When Thomas Jefferson
was the American ambassador in
Paris, he encouraged Brazilian stu-
dents, studying at the University of
Paris, to continue to develop demo-
cratic or republican ideas," he as-
Mr. Rodrigues said that he had
discovered an imlportant original
manuscript on Brazilian life while
doing some research work in the
Library of Congress in Washington
last month and that he planned to
have the book published shortly in
Brazil. Microfilm copies have been
taken of the original book.
USO" To Give
Regiment X of the USO Junior
Hostess Corps under 'Colonel' Ruth
Edberg, '45, will present a Circus
Dance tomorrow night from 8 p.m.
to midnight at the USO Club.
"We promise to have a three ring
show at this dance," said Miss Ed-
berg, "with events going on in the
Game Room, the Tavern Room and
the Ballroom. Decorations through-
out the club will carry out the car-
Refreshments for the servicemen
and the Junior Hostesses will include
pink lemonade, popcorn and un-
shucked peanuts .. . to be offered by
the 'clowns' participating in the en-
All Junior Hostesses in Regiment
X are required to attend or send a
substitute Junior Hostess.
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