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Sheepalerdiiig Out for Iowa Students
By MARY STEIN
A wired radio network set up by
enterprising dorm residents now
covers almost the whole West
Quad, and broadcasts both inter-
dorm shows and FM programs
A new station, WQAD, recently
started broadcasts, with studios in
419 Adams House operated by
Ward Cornelius who built the
transmitter and Jim Leenhouts. A
wire between WQAD and WQMH
in Michigan House, run by Brad
Stone and Fred Remley, enables
Advanced students in the speech
department will present a group of
four one-act plays at 8 p.m. Tues-
day at Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
Plays to be presented include:
"Hamburgers," a 1947 Hopwood
Award play by John Cook, '48;
"Mary," by Margaret Parsons;
"The Torchbearers" (part of Act
ID, by George Kelly; and "Death
Comes To My Friends" by Carl
William Allison will direct the
production of 'Hamburgers," with
a cast including Joyce Henry,
James Lynch, Don Mitchell, Betty
Jane Holton, George Crepeau,
Jag"es Reiss, and Robert Hauke.
Betty Fuller. Shirley Kallman,
Barbara Ferguson, Ruth Living-
ston, and Mary Karoly make up
the cast of "Mary," which will be
directed by Ann Davis.
Acting in "The Torch-bearers"
are Joyce Katz, Richard Charlton,
Arthur Prosper, Paul Wilcox, Shir-
ley Loeblich, Ruth Frankenstein,
Earl Matthews and Esther Stul.-
berg. James Drummond will direct.
The cast of "Death Comes to my
Friends" includes La Verne Web-
er, Betty Ellis, Lucille Waldorf,
Heidi Prager, and Lloyd Van Vol-
kenburgh. Beverly Kroske will be
Admission to the plays is free.
The doors are open at 7:15 and
close promptly at 8:00 p.m. No one
will be seated during performance
of any of the plays.
Ca i pus
Michian Cooperative - Open
house for students, townspeople
and faculty, 4 to 6 p.m.
Willow Run Committee for Wal-
lace-Meeting at 4 p.m., Simonds
School, North Community center.
Michigan Theatre-"Green Dol-
phin Street," 1., 3, 5, 7 and 9 p.m.
State Theatre-"Nightmare Al-
ey," 1 , 3, 5, 7 and 9 p.m.
Wallace Progressives - Meeting
7:30 p.m., Union.
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auspices of the School of Music.
7:30 and 8:30 p.m., Wed., March
3, Rackham Amphitheater.
A Laboratory Bill of One-Act
Plays will be presented Thurs.
8 p.m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre by students in the Speech
Dept. who are in advanced courses
in theatre. Admission is free to the
public and no tickets are neces-
sary. Doors of the theatre will be
open at 7:15 and will close prompt-
ly at 8 p.m. No admittance during
the performance of any of the
The Deutscher Verein will meet
at 8 p.m. on Tues., March 2, Rm.
305, Michigan Union. Dr. Burg will
speak on "Life in Heidelberg."
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quad residents everywhere except
in far-off Allen Rumsey to hear
The two-station hookup oper-
ates between 6 p.m. and midnight.
with tune-in service to WPAG-FM
a big selling point. Listeners can
hear basketball and hockey games
and record programs of the FM
station via the quad network.
The network also has its own
disc-spinning programs. "Knuckle-
head Nook," is a jazz program
served up every day from 6:30 to
7 p.m. as a sort of after-dinner
treat. Disc jockeys, including
Leenhouts, Cornelius, Jack Boeing,
and Jack Barense take turns at
"Music to Study By," which
sticks to more soothing, classical
numbers, is also a regular 8 to 10
p.m. feature of the network. Lis-
teners furnish records they want
Broadcasts start from low-power
transmitters in both studios, are
fed to the dorm's power
and are heard over
throughout the quad.
European students will be hon-
3red at an International Tea at 3
p.m. today at the Wesley Founda-
Hans Burki, guest instructor at
Wheaton College from Zurich,
Switzerland, will speak on "The
Search for Reality" at the regular
&unday meeting of Michigan
Christian Fellowship at 4:30 p.m.
in Lane Hall.
will meet for supper at 6 p.m. to-
lay at the Disciples Church, to be
followed by the discussion of "A
'hristian's Relation to the Isms"
n small groups.
. A talk by Owen Monroe on
"Christianity and the Brotherhood
of Man" will be presented by the
Roger Williams Guild after a cost
supper to begin at 6 p.m. at the
Grace Bible Guild will meet for
singing and a fellowship supper at
3:15 p.m. today in the church Fel-
Returned from three years of
;ervice among the youths of Puer-
.o Rico, Stanley Harbison, a Pres-
>yterian layman, will speak -at the
Westminster Guild meeting at 5
REV. HENRY SIlERRILL,
Radio will reach into every cor-
ner of the United States today to
enlist the aid of Episcopalians in
a drive to net one million dollars
for the Presiding Bishop's world
In a special broadcast which will
be heard by every Episcopal con-
gregation during today's service,
the Rt. Rev. Henry Knox Sherrill,
Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal1
Church, will describe Europe's dis-
tress and outline the task of the
church in alleviating human suf-
Here in Ann Arbor, special invi-
tations are expected to increase
the attendance at St. Andrews
morning service beginning at 11
a.m. Midway through the service,
Bishop Sherrill's appeal will be
heard. Following his ten-minute
address, Rev. Henry Lewis, rector,
will speak briefly on the need and
then have envelopes and pledge
cards passed to the congregation.
West Quad Houses
Two West Quad houses have
recently elected officers for this
In Lloyd House the officers are:
Edwin Irion, president; Walter
Livingston, vice-president; Walter
Debler, secretary; and Carl Horn,
The Michigan House officers
are George Poumwell, president;
Jack Sirrine, vice-president; Fred
Remley, secretary; and George
New proof that college adminis- in the number of different depart - Iresponsible student who can figure
trations "won't let you do a thing mcii!s i:I atfacilit ies it ofers I o out the truth themselves."
you want to" comes from the Uni- studtes.
versity of Iowa where three stu- This," according to the paper, Burlesque fans on the Ohio
dent veterans have been refih lrs
permission to set up a sh('p-herld- "us us academically ahead of State campus can see a former
ing business on campus. *11li institutions as Columbia, clas.mate appearing four times
Figuring a way to beat t he cur- ieonsi, C t i cea g a, -Co rn el I daily on tLe stage of a downtown
rent high meat prices, they bought Michigan, Illinois, Yale and Min- theatre, the Lantern reports.
three lambs and planned on graz- nesota, which ranked in that or- The ex-coed is known in profes-
ing them on some University der." sional terms as a "talking woman"
property. Officials brought out a and specialty dancer. As training
"no pet" rule to substantiate their Harvard student leaders and for her career she completed five
ban, and also cited a 1903 regula- representatives from many Massa- quarters at Ohio State in radio
tion permitting the college jani- chusetts schools testified recently speech and drama.
tor to keep a dog to chase cattle against the Barnes Bill up before "I love it," she is quoted as say-
off campus. the state legislature to ban Com- ing about her work, "I'm so inter-
The three sheep-herders haven't Imunist teachers in schools, the ested in my work that I don't even
given up, however. They will stake Harvard Crimson reports. have time for boy friends."
their flock off University limits One student told the special The UCLA Daily Bruin is trying
during the day and house them in hearing that "education would be unsuccessfully to prove that one of
a city park at night. a farce if students' felt that pro- their political science professors
fessors were being barred from is related to Avak-the faith heal-
The Daily Californian is hooting any area of inquiry." er. The paper intimates that UCLA
about a recent American Council Another student declared that is going to get the Faith Healer to
on Education survey which placed "Communist teachers present lit- act as dean of their medical
California second only to Harvard tle danger to alert any politically school.
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