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I'IHE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1949

'MAN WHO LOST HIS TONGUE':
Aphasia To Be Theme of Radio Play
* * * *
By HERB ROVNER
Students in the radio division of;
the speech department will present
the second in the Angell Hall Play- y
house series at 10 p.m. today overl
station WHRV.
This week's program, "The Man
Who Lost His Tongue," is the story
of the determination and courageg
of an aphasiac in overcoming his w
injury, and is a composite of the
lives of the twenty aphasiacs now
at the University. E
* * *

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIlNI

APHASIA is an injury to the
brain which results in either the
inability to comprehend or the
loss of the means of expression,
especially speech.
According to Mrs. Vivian
Sheehan, Senior Clinician of the
Aphasic Division of the Speech
Clinic, the treatment for apha-
slacs is a long-term gradual re-
educational process.
The men, 17 of whom are World
War II veterans, attend daily
classes at the clinic where they
learn to overcome many of their
handicaps.
The brain injury is permanent,
but many of these men have been
successfully returned to normal
lives. A few are taking regular
University courses, and all of
them are working towards obtain-
ing jobs.
WHILE "The Man Who Lost

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the dayapreceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
Thursday, April 28, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 145
Notices
Honors Convocation: The an-
nual Convocation recognizing Uni-
versity honor students will be held
at 11 a.m. Friday; April 29, in Hill
Auditorium. Dr. James B. Conant,
AYC To Study
Local Housing
The executive board of the town
AVC has launched a study of Ann
Arbor housing conditions, prompt-
ed by reports of family hardship
traceable to housing.
The situation, the board was
told by representatives of the
Family Service, is especially hard
on low income groups, families
with children, and Negro families.
Board members expressed doubt
that the organization working
alone could solve the local prob-
lem, but said they hoped the com-
munity's conscience would be
aroused so that action could be
taken by the community as a
whole.

President of Harvard University,
will speak on "Skepticism and
Courage in the Modern World."
Classes, with the exception of clin-
ics, will be dismissed at 10:45. Se-
niors who are enrolled in clinics
may be excused to attend.
Academic costume will be worn
by faculty members, who will robe
backstage and proceed to their
seats on the stage. Honor students
are not required to wear caps and
gowns. Main floor seats will be
reserved for them and their fami-
lies and will be held until 10:55.
Doors of the Auditorium will open
at 10:30. The public is invited.
Approved Student Sponsored
Social Events for the following
weekend:
Friday, April 29, 1949
Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Rho
Chi, Congregational-Disciples
Guild, Gamma Phi Beta, Jordan
Hall, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa
Delta, Kappa Sigma, Lutheran
Student Assn., Phi Delta Phi, Phi
Sigma Kappa.
Saturday, April 30, 1949
Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha
Rho Chi, Beta Theta Pi, Chi Phi,
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Tau
Delta, Hawaii Club, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Kappa Nu, Lambda Chi
Alpha, Lawyer's Club, Phi Alpha
Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Gam-
ma Delta, Psi Upsilon, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Winchell
House, Zeta Psi, Zeta Beta Tau.
Sunday, May 1, 1949
Deutscher Verein, Helen New-

berry Residence, New Women's
Residence Hall, Phi Delta Phi,
Phi Sigma Delta, Zeta Tau Alpha.
Employment Notices:
The Pacific Mutual Life Insur-
ance Company of Los Angeles, is
interested in considering a limited
number of applicants for entrance
into their group insurance school.
The Detroit Civil Service Com-
mission announces the examina-
ticns for Architectural Engineer,,
Civil Engineer, Electrical Engi-
neer, Mechanical Engineer, Struc-
tural Engineer.
The New York Civil Service
Commission announces examina-
tions for positions in education,
social work, public health, business
administration and economics,
and public safety inspection and
engineering. The New York Civil
Service also announces examina-
tions for Dietitian.
The Mathieson Chemical Co.:
Mr. George Bramann will be here
on Friday, April 29th, to interview
chemical engineers with BS and
MS degrees. Positions will be in
Niagara Falls, N.Y., Louisiana,
Houston, Texas, Little Rock, Ar-
kansas, Baltimore, Md., and Salt-
ville, Va. They are also interested
in interviewing PhD's in physical
chemistry. For appointments, call
Ext. 371, or stop in the office of
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg.
Camp Counselor: Representative
of Chippewa Lodge (Coed ranch
camp) Weidman, Michigan, will
be at Bureau of Appointments,
Thursday, April 28 to interview
men and women for general sports
and playground work, handicraft,
and ARC Watersafety instructor.

For appointment call Extension
2614 or at 3528 Administration
Building.
Junior Mehanical & Industrial-
Mechanical Engineers: A repre-
sentative of General Motors Cor-
poration Foundry Plants will in-
terview applicants for 1949 sum-
mer employment for foundry work
leading to supervisory positions.
See Bulletin Board at Room 225
West Engineering Bldg. for speci-
fications. You may make appoint-
ment in the Mechanical Engineer-
ing Office for interview Friday,
April 29.
Women students attending the
Crease Ball on April 29 have 1:30
a.m. late permission. Calling hours
will not be extended.
Women students attending the
movie "Hamlet" must apply in
person at the Office of the Dean
of Women for late permission.
NSA Travel Bureau: Open Wed-
nesday and Thursday, 4-4:45 p.m.,
Office of Student Affairs.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Gopal
Tripathi, Chemical Engineering;
thesis: "Thermal Properties of Or-
thodichlorobenzene," Thursday,
April 28, 3:00 p.m., Room 3201 E.
Engineering. Chairman, G. G.
Brown.
Bacteriology Seminar, Thurs-
day, April 28th, 8:30 a.m., in Room
1520 E. Medical Building. Speak-
er: Robert C. Backus. Subject:
Electron Microscopy of Viruses.
Geometry Seminar: Thursday,

April 28, 1 p.m. Room 3001 Angell
Hall. Professor G. Y, Rainich will
speak on "Skew Pentagons."
Seminar in Applied Mathemat-
(Continuc on page 4)
Continuous From 1:30 P.M.
Weekday Nights and
Matinees 25c Sundays. 35c
Today!
BOB HOPE
"THE PALEFACE"
at 3:10 - 6:25 & 9:40
- Plus!
RAY MILLAND
"Sealed Verdict"
at 1:45 - 5:00 & 8:15

-Daily-Bill Ohlinger
ANGELL HALL PLAYERS-Radio students rehearse "The Man
Who Lost His Tongue," an original drama by Thomas Mitchell
Sawyer, Grad.
* * * *

His Tongue" is fictitious, one of
the clinic's patients did marry his
nurse, an event which also occurs
in the radio drama.
Through personal contact,
both the cast and the author
obtained invaluable insight into
the problems of aphasiacs.
Featured in today's broadcast
will be Dick Charlton as the nar-

rator, Richard Etlinger as the
aphasiac and Carolyn Daugherty
as his nurse.
* * *
OTHERS IN the cast are Al'
Petting, Frank Bouwsma, Betty
Jane Holton, Ed Potts, Marilyn
Scheel, Dick Rifenburg and Shir-
ley Dancey. John Rich is directing
the production.

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1946 T-Craft, always hangared, 10 hours
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LETTER TO THREE WIVES, with
especial acclaim for Paul Douglas,
Kirk Douglas, Ann Sothern, and
Sadie.
CALL ME POLTROON if you like.
Say I am untrue to the ideals of
non - Hollywood movie reviewers.
Claim I am of f my feed if it please
you, but for the life of me I am
unable to find anything wrong with
"Letter To Three Wives."
It is hilariously funny, conceiv-
ably real, convincingly human,
and extremely well told.m"The re-
freshing and novel plot, admirably
handled by Hollywood, illustrates
once again that the best movies
are those whose origins lie outside
the movie colony. It is no secret
that Hollywood production is tech-
nically supreme, and often wasted
on trash. It becomes worthwhile ,
only when it is given a halfway
decent story-idea to work on. Jo-
seph Klempner's novel was good,
and the movie, consequently, is
even better.
Most important, I think, is that
this movie is sufficiently mature
and adult to insult nobody's intel-
ligence. It has a number of elements
calculated to appeal to any attitude
anyone in the audience cares- to
take, blended into a complete and
satisfying whole. For those in Phil-
osophy 139, it has "levels of signifi-
cance"-it is first a comedy, second
a fascinating story-incident, third a
moral message about marriages, and
fourth an honest portrayal of the
fact that human beings are not al-
ways storybook ideals, and that each
person carries his own good and
bad individuality into any real-life
situation. Better put, life is not all
beer and skittles, and it takes much
work, much love, and much under-
standing even to approximate that
happy but not impossible state.
By all means, find the wherewith-
al. You'll be amply rewarded by
"Letter to Three Wives."
-Perry Logan.
WE AGREE!
So
It Plays
Through
Saturday -

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