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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Margaret Webster, Actress,
Will Lecture Here Saturday
Margaret Webster, who will "Richard the Second." She lateri
speak at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in directed him in "Hamlet," "Henry
Hill Auditorium as the final lec- the Fourth" and "Macbeth."
turer in the 1946-47 Oratorical In spite of her directing success,
Association series, has won fame Miss Webster is at heart an ac-
as a theatrical producer, director tress. She made her debut in Lon-
and actress. don as the gentlewoman in John
Miss Webster began staging and Barrymore's "Hamlet."
directing plays in 1932 in Lon- Miss Webster will be remem-
don, but since then has become bered as Masha in "The Sea Gull,"
equally well known in England and played a memorable role dur-
and in this country. In 1937 ing the 1939 Broadway season in
Maurice Evans, with whom she "Family Portrait," a story of the
had acted in England, heard such life of Jesus, which she also staged
glowing reports of her accomplish- and directed.
xnents as a director that he called "I never get the kick out of di-
her to New York to help with his recting that comes from being out
in front playing a part," she says.
H o la W Miss Webster's mother is the
famous English actress, Dame
May Whitty, and her father is
Conduct. Band Benjamin webster", a noted
Shapespearean actor. She was
born in New York while her par-
Russell Howland, wind instru- ents were in this country on tour.
nent instructor in the music After they returned to England,
school, will appear as guest con- she was sent to Queen Anne's
ductor with the Michigan Concert School, Coversham, and studied
Band in a program at 8:30 p.m. for the stage at Eltinger's Drama-
Wednesday in Hill Auditorium: tic School.
He will direct his own arrange- The topic of Miss Webster's
ment of selections from the opera speech will be "The Adventure of
"IParsifal'* by Wagner. Based on Acting." She will illustrate the
the story of the Holy Grail, the Avoluticn of the playwright and
opera takes place around Good the actor by giving excerpts from
Priday, so that excerpts from the great plays of the past 300
"Parsifal" have become known as years. Tickets will be on sale from
"Good Friday music." 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m.
Another of his- well-known tomorrow and until 8:30 p.m- Sat-
compositions is "Mood Mauve," urday at the Hill Auditorium box
written for band. Dffice

ARMY'S FIRST FOUR-JET BOMBER - The Army's first four-
jet bomber, which made its initial flight at Muroc, Calif., is pic-
tured as it made ground tests several days previously. The heavy
bomber, Luilt by Norith America Aviation and designated the B-45,
is described by the Army as having "exceedingly high" speed.

Engine Sch
Reveals Op(
House Plas
Displays to inclu
Radar, AAF Pa
Several of the demonst
which will highlight the en
ing college Open House Ai
were revealed yesterday b
Cox, general chairman c
event.
There will be a display of
processing practices and
niques, including the actua
ing of souvenir paper w
and a demonstration of ho
possible to make measur
to within five millionths
inch employing the wave ler
light.
In addition, the Army's
unit will demonstrate 1
ground radar unit works, s
fighter planes flown ov
campus from Selfridge
Walkie Talkie radios, tel
and the operation of a 10
cannon will also be included
ROTC displays.
Two "ducks" tamphibiou
carrying trucks) will be sh
operation by the Army Tra
tation Corps.
The Army Air Corps wil
a number of cut-away
training aids, and an AT
vanced training planes and
Cobra pursuit ship will bet
play at Willow Run.
The Open House is spa
by the Engineering Council
dent organization with ti
proval of the engineering
faculty and the cooperat
all campus engineering orb
tions.
French Mov
To Be Show
"The Well Digger's Dau
a French movie with Engl
ties, will be shown Frida
Saturday, March 28 and
Hill Auditorium under th
pices of tlae AVC.
The cast includes Rain
the same supporting playe
appeared in "The Baker's
which was shown here re
"The Well Digger's Dai
was given great acclaim i
York and mentioned on a
ber of the New York film
lists of the ten best pict
the year,

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Inian Supper .. .
Indian dishes will be served at
this week's supper for foreign stu-
dents and friends at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday in the International Cen-
ter.
Planned by members of the Hin-
dustan Association, the menu will
consist of "Pilau" or fried rice,
curried meat. vegetable dishes and
an Indian dessert.
A limited number of tickets for
the supper may be purchased be-
fore Saturday in the International
Center office.
Forestry Club . .
Kodachrome slides on "For-
estry in Japan" will be shown at
the Forestry Club meeting at
7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 2082,
Natural Science Building.
Episcopal Service . ..
The Canterbury Club will hold a
ten-minute service on the Ten
Commandments at 12:10 p.m. to-
day at St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church.
During the silent luncheon to
be held at the Student Center fol-
lowing the service, readings will
be given by the student chaplain.
Ushers To Meet. .
All ushers for the Spike Jones

Benefit Show will meet for re-
liminary instructions at 5 p.m.
today in Hill Auditorium. Ush-
ers must report to Hill Audito-
rium by 6 p.m. Friday for the
concert.
Piarto Recital . .
Roberta Booth, graduate student
in the music school, will present a
piano recital at 8:30 p.m. today in
the Rackham Assembly Hall.
A Bach sonata will be featured
in the program which also includes
compositions by Couperin, Loeil-
let, Griffes, Scriabine and Beeth-
oven.
The program will be open to the
public.
International Tea . . .
Tea will be served to foreign
students and friends at 4:30
p.m. today in the International
Center.
Slosson To Speak ...
The present situation regarding
Greece and Turkey will be dis-_
cussed by Prof. Preston W. Slos-
son of the history department at
a meeting of Americans for Demo-
cratic Action at 7:30 p.m. today in
the Union.
The meeting is open to, the pub-
lic.
Real Estate Talk . ,.
George Schmutz of Los Angeles,

past president of the American
Institute of Real Estate Apprais-
ers, will speak on "Problems of
Appraising Real Estate in Today's
Market" at 8 p.m. Monday in the
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Eleven Men Join
Phi Alpha Delta
Marking the first increase in
the membership of Phi Alpha
Delta legal fraternity since its
reactivation in the fall, eleven
men have been initiated this se-
mester.
The new members are George
Brand, Ted Duning, Chalmers
Houston, Vincent Immel, Gordon
Kriekard, F r e d Lanschwager,
Harry Lockwood, Dolt MacAlister,
James Miller, John Wilson, and
Kent Young.

HIGHLIGHTS ON CAMPUS

SATURDAY
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HE ALSO SERVES:
Registrar's Assistant Collects
Clothes for War-Torn Nations
The clothes that many are something good to wear, too," she
aring today in Germany, Po- said.
nd, Russia, and Korea come from Acting as a "middleman" in the
small cubicle in the Registrar's collection, Mrs. Skocdopole gath-
fice in University Hall. ers the clothing and then turns
Mrs. E. F. Skocdopole, an as- it over to others for packing and
tant to the Registrar, who in- shipment to particular areas
bits the cubicle, has been col- abroad. At present, Edward G.
ting clothing for overseas ship- Groesbeck, Assistant Registrar is
ent for the last three months. handling the clothing for Korea,
"I wanted to make some con- delivering it to the proper agen-
bution to stop world suffer- cies.
g, but because of my work at the Not only does Mrs. Skocdopole
iiversity, I was unable to spend receive contributions in her of-
ach time at special work," Mrs. fice but also she picks up cloth-
ocdopole said. Aware of thei ' at homes and dormitories.
thing needs in war-struck "During the icy weather, itowas
untries,rmdecided toUniersity pretty difficult collecting the
,es n rstroms n Unverityclothes, especially when I'd find
ildings asking for contributions, no one home," she said, and add-
"The results have been wonder- ed, "Carrying a large bundle home
1," Mrs. Skocdopole said. Al- from the office in the bus also had
ough she has not kept track of its disadvantages."
e exact number of pounds col- "But it has all been worthwhile,
ted, she knows that there have Mrs. Skocdopole concluded, "If I
en "boxes and boxes and loads have contributed something to al-
d loads." leviate the cares of innocent suf-
Most of the contributions have ferers struck by the war."

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The buzz-buzz this week concerns itself mostly with the
ghter," new English Decca full frequency range recordings .. .
tish ti-,,,
y and 'hey really are tops.. . The albums include the Tschai-
29, at kovsky "'Swan Lake" and "Romeo and Juliet", Delibes'
e aus- "Sylvia Ballet", the Pergolesi "Stabat Mater", a very in.
u and teresting "Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings" by
rs who Benjamin Britten (conducted by the composer), Saint
Wife," Saens' "Pianoforte Concerto No. 2", "The Three Eliza-
ucently. beths" by Eric Coates and de Falla's "Nights in the
ughter",,
n New Gardens of Spain".
num- Among the singles you will find the "Mignon", Ray-
critics'
ures of mond", "Roman Carnival" and "Messiah" overtures,
Mendelssohn's "Capri'ccio Brilliante", Chopin's "Im-
promptu in A Flat" and Stanford Robinson's "Valse
Serenade" . . . Drop in and make your choice while the
selection is varied.
By the way, don't neglect to add Freddy Martin's
"Concertos for Dancing" to your shelves... and believe
it or not, there's a recent item that will blow you down,
it's John Sebastian's (forget the Bach) "Harmonica
Classics" ....
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Boisterous Betty goes
into her two new songs
with that hectic Hutton hubbub.
'Poppa, Don't Preach
To Me'

come from University employees,
although many students have al-
so brought clothing to the Reg-
istar's Office. Mrs. Skocdopole
expressed particular pleasure be-
cause of the "fine quality of the
contributions". Most people do not
realize that people over there need
Bible Course
To Be Offered
At Lane Hall
The Ann Arbor Council of
Churches, in cooperation with the
University Extension Service, is
offering a non-credit course in
"The Bible - -Its Vitality in Re-
ligion and Modern Life."
Classes will begin April 8 at
Lane Hall and will meet from 8 to
10 p.m. every Tuesday for eight
weeks. The course will be taught
by Prof. Leroy Waterman, former
professor of Semities and a trans-
lator of the Old Testament. He
will be assisted by Miss Ida Jenks.
The first hour each week will be
devoted to teaching a small group
and the second hour to a meeting
of all those enrolled. Methods of
teaching the Bible will be 5tudie1.
The class wasi formed particut-
larly for parents and church
school tea cicrs, but 4 5ud1Aiitsniy
also at J(d.
Prof. Claude Fggertson of the
education school, John Allison,
special counselor for I he Ann Ar-
11or schools and chairman of re-
ligious education for the Council
of Churches, and Dr. E. W.
Blakeman, Counselor in Religious
Education, have helped plan the
course.

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