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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ERNEST TRUEX IN 'AH WILDERNESS':
Drama Festival Tickets Now on Sale

26th Aniual

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Tickets for individual perform-
ances of "Ah, Wilderness," open-
ing May 9, will go on sale from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. today and everyday
but Sunday in the Garden Room
of the League.
Season tickets are still available
for the five play Drama Festival
which includes "Twelfth Night",
"Night Must Fall", 'As You De-
sire Me", and "The Heiress" in ad-
dition to "Ah, Wilderness."
ERNEST TRUEX, star of the
Ann Arbor production of Eugene
O'Neill's tender comedy, will play
opposite his wife, Sylvia Field, and
son, Barry Truex. Both wife and
son will enact the same roles on
the stage which are theirs in real
life.
Truex had been a beloved
stage figure ever since his ear-
liest appearances with such fa-
mous names as Lillian Russell,
Mari Pickford, and Clare Booth
Luce. It was Miss Russell, who
gave him his first big chance in
the East. He toured the country
with her, including a stand at
Ann Arbor's Whitney Theatre,
in "Wild Fire", one of her great-
est successes.
There followed a long list of
personal triumphs in such produc-
tions as "Lysisstrata", "Fall Guy",
and "George Washington Slept
Here". His most recent appear-
ances in New York have been with
Eva Le Gallienne's American Rep-
ertory Theatre in "Oh, Mr. Mead-
owbrook."
"AH, WILDERNESS", the only
comedy from the pen of master
tragedian O'Neill, was first pro-
duced by the Theatre Guild with
George M. Cohan in the role to be
played by Truex.
The play is a sympathetic pic-
ture of young love and family life
in a large small-town in Connecti-
cut just after the turn of the cen-
tury.
Supporting actors in the cast
include: Freida Altman, Henry
Garrard, Vaughn Taylor, Jennifer
Howard, Jon Dawson and Truman
Smith. Five University students
will also appear in "Ah, Wilder-
ness."
Tryouts Wanted
Tryouts for the revival of the
Student Legislature's Tradition
Week will be held at 4 p.m. Thurs-
day in Room 3D of the Union.
Any freshman is welcome to
tryout for committee positions and
chairmanships for the tug of war,
talent show and rallies which will
be a part of the week, according to
Bill Gr.man, SL member.
Doors Open 1:15 P.M. Daily

SENIOR SHIP-S.S. North American, lake cruiser which Senior
class president Val Johnson hopes will carry three hundred
members of the Class of '50 around the Great Lakes after finals
are over and before graduation. Seniors will registered approval
or disapproval of the proposal through Senior Board members
who will meet today to discuss the trip. Johnson has visualized
the cruise as a "Way to end our days at Michigan . . . with a big
bang." The senior class president said he already had the backing
of Deans Walter, Rea and Bromage.
Outing Slated for Independent
HIen Living Outside .Dorms
F___

MIPA Talks'
SetAMa.y 13
Marquis Chids
To Be Featured
Marquis W. Childs, noted Wash-
ington columnist and political
analyst, will be featured at the
26th annual convention of the
Michigan Interscholastic Press
Association to open here May 13.1
Childs will address the first gen-
eral session of the convention at
10:30 a.m. in Rackham Lecture1
Hall.
* * * -
ORGANIZED IN 1922 by the
Department of Journalism, the
MIPA convention will be the first
which the group has held since
1942, when the war temporarily
suspended the event.
Following registration at 8:30
a.m. in the lobby of the Rack-
ham building, the 500 high
school journalists representing
more than 50 schools will begin
a day packed with activities.
First on the program is a series
of discussion groups on news-
writing, sports writing, the edi-
tor's job, advertising and business,
feature writing, careers in jour-
nalism, yearbooks and photogra-
phy, and inmeographed and vari-
typed newspapers.
* *
AT THE SAME time clinic per-
formances will be held for those
students who have special prob-
lems on which they need help
from experts.
In addition to Childs, the first
general session will feature a
panel discussion by specially se-
lected student editors. Dr. Ger-
ald Sanders of Michigan State
Normal College will act as mod-
erator.
Addressing the afternoon gen-
eral session will be Mrs. Kathleen
Lardie, supervising director of ra-
dio education in the Detroit pub-
lic school system and Lee White,
director of public relations for
the Detroit News.
IN ADDITION, a motion pic-
ture, "The Front Page," prepared
by the University department of
journalism, will be shown.

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 day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 151
Notices
Employment interviews, Bureau
of Appointments. Representatives
of the following organizations will
be here on the days named.
Friday, May 6; the Kellogg Co.,
Battle Creek, to interview girls
with secretarial training for posi-
tions with their company.
Monday, May 9; the J. C. Pen-
ney Co., to interview students in-
terested in their executive training
program.
Tuesday, May 10; the Employ-
ers Mutual Insurance Co., to in-
terview men interested in their
salaried sales training program;
the Boy Scouts of America, to in-
terview students interested in pro-
fessional Scouting work; the
Great-West Life Assurance Co., to
interview men with degrees in
Business Admin., Economics, and
related subjects for employment
with their company.
For further information and ap-
pointments, call Ext. 371, or stop
in the office, 3528 Admin. Bldg.
Employment Notice:
The City Service Commission of
Baltimore, Maryland announces
an examination for the position of
Senior Supervisor of Colored Ac-
tivities in the Bureau of Recrea-
tion.
Summer Work:
Opportunity for man who is able
to drive a. car and is a good swim-
mer to work for a family on Nan-
tucket Island, Mass., for two
months during the coming sum-
mer.
Camp House-on-the-Hill (girls'
private) Brighton, Mich., has va-
cancies for a craft director (expe-
Sign Him Up
SIDNEY, Australia-The Kan-
garoo holds the world's record for
the standing high jump. If frigh-
tened, it can leap as high as seven
feet.

rienced), head counselor and as-
sistant counselor for 9-10-11 year
old group.
For further information on
above, call at Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Bldg.I
The California State Personnel
Board announces examinations for'
Junior and Senior Clinical Psy-
chologist and for Associate Per-
sonnel Examiner. Further infor-
mation may be obtained at the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building.
The University of the Panjab,
Lahore, Pakistan, needs profes-
sors in the following fields: Physi-
cal Chemistry; Technical Chem-
istry; Physics; Botany; Zoology;
Pure Mathematics; Applied Math-
ematics; Geology; History; and
International Affairs and Politi-
cal Science. Applicants must pos-
sess high academic qualifications
and research and teaching experi-
ence. Contracts are for three to
five years. For further informa-
tion, call at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments.
The American Schools Service
of the American Council on Edu-
cation announces that a number
of grants are available under the
Fulbright Act, for teachers in
American Schools in Greece. Most
of these positions require experi-
ence. In some cases, a knowledge
of Modern Greek is required. For
further information, call at the
Bureau of Appointments.
School of Music Programs: Un-
til further notice, School of Music
programs originally scheduled for
the Hussey Room of the Michigan
League will be presented in Kel-
logg Auditorium in the Dental
Building, through the courtesy of
the School of Dentistry.
Important Notice to All Vet-
erans: All veterans presently en-
rolled under Public Law 346, the
G.I. Bill, are reminded that May
10 is the deadline for declining the
15 day leave payment or the leave
payment for the period between
Spring and Summer enrollment
which is automatically given to
each veteran following the end of
the current semester on June 11,
1949. This leave payment will be
deducted in terms of days from
the veteran's remaining eligibility
time. Therefore, all veterans who
wish to conserve eligibility time
are cautioned to decline this leave

immediately. The procedure sug-
gested is a form letter as follows:
"I do not desire leave at the end
of the Spring Semester, June 11.
Signature, claim number" This
letter should be mailed to: Regis-
tration and Research Section, Uni-
versity of Michigan Unit, 29 R
7AA, Veterans Administration, 500
Griswold Street, Detroit 32, Michi-
gan.

The NSA Travel Bureau will
open today from 4 to 4:45 p.m.
the Office of Student Affairs.

be
in

May Festival Tickets: Beginning
Thursday morning, May 5, remain-
ing tickets for the six May Festi-
val concerts will be on sale at the
Hill Auditorium Box Office, which
will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m.; and at 7:00 p.m. preceding
each concert.
Drama Season Tickets: Sale of
seats for individual performances
of Ann Arbor Drama Season pro-
ductions now open, Box Office,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Women students attending the
Interfraternity Council Ball, May
6, have 1:30 a.m. late permission.
Calling hours will not be extended.
Academic Notices
Examination Schedule, College
of Literature, Science and the

Arts: Correction to first sentence
of Note. Note: For courses having
both lectures and recitations, the
time of class is the time of the
first lecture period of the week;
for courses having recitations only,
the time of class is the time of the
first recitation period.
Senior Honors in English: Ap-
plications are now being received
for entrance into the Senior Hon-
ors Course offered by the Depart-
ment of English Language and
Literature. The course is open to
students who have" demonstrated
superior aptitude for and excep-
tional interest in the study of Eng-
lish literature. It is conducted as a
seminar; each student is assigned
to a Tutor, and will be expected to
comptete a large amount of inde-
pendent reading. Applications
should be addressed to the English
Honors Committee, and should
consist of a brief statement as to
why the applicant wishes to pur-
sue the course as well as a resume
of his qualifications. An up-to-
date blue-print should accompany
all applications, which may be
turned in to any member of the
Committee (Messers Ogden, Mue-
schke, and Litzenberg, Chairman),
or to the English Office. The clos-
ing date is noon, Saturday, May
7th. Students who apply will be
notified of an appointment for
personal interview by the Commit-
tee.
(Continued on Page 4)

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Marking the first time a cam-
pus-wide social event has been
planned for independent men liv-
ing outside residence halls, an out-
ing featuring a weiner roast and
softball games is slated for 2:30
p.m. May 15.
The outing was planned recently
at a meeting of men taking part in
AIM's 'New Deal" for all such in-
dependents.
* * *
"PURPOSE OF the outing is to
carry forward AIM's program for
the independent men who don't
now have any kind of house gov-
ernment and to acquaint as many
of these men as possible with each
other," Jim Rice, head of AIM's
"New Deal" program, said.
To be held at the Island, the
outing will be on a date basis at
the cost of $1.50 per couple.
But AIM will arrange dates for
men wishing to go who want them.
Men interested in buying tickets
and having dates arranged for
them are asked by AIM to contact
Bob Dressel at 2-1531.
* * *
THIS WAS the first meeting of
AIM's "New Deal" that was open

to all independent men not living
in residence halls. Formerly the
program which began early this
term was operated on a test basis
for men living within a limited
district.
Flames Rage
Below Ground
RAMSAY, Mich .- (P) - A fire
raged yesterday 3,500 feet below
ground level in the world's deepest
iron mine but officials said it was
under control.
Unable to use water, fire-fighters
built bulkheads to seal off the
blaze on the 30th level of the Eu-
reka mine of the Castile Mining
Company.
The fire, cause of which has not
been determined, broke out at 4:30
p.m. (CST) Tuesday between
shifts. Only a few workmen were
in the mine and they were not in
danger. The mine, employing
about 200 men; was shut down
temporarily today due to the fire.

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