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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AT LAWYIRRS' MWFT:
Sen. Vandenberg, Kerno
To Speak Here May 28

Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg
and Dr. Ivan Kerno, assistant sec-
retary general of the United Na-*
tions in charge of legal affairs,
will be the featured speakers when
the Inter-American Bar Associa-
tion meets at the University May
28.
The Association, which includes
lawyers from all countries of the
Western Hemisphere, is holding its
biennial conference in Detroit,
May 22 through June 1, with the
State Bar of Michigan as hosts.
This is the first time the interna-
tional group has met in the United
States.
* * *
SPONSORING THE University
of Michigan Day program, the
University Law School will hold
an open meeting at 8:30 p.m. in
Hill Auditorium featuring an ad-
dress by Senator Vandenberg.
His topic will be "Pan Amer-
ica's Place in the World's Plans
for Peace," and his discussion
will emphasize Article 51 of the
United Nations charter which
permits regional organizations
such as the North Atlantic Pact
within the frame work of the
United Nations.
Dr. Kerno will speak at a lunch-
eon session in the Michigan Union,
on "The United Nations and the
Teaching of International Law."

DURING THEIR one-day ses-
sion at the University, the visit-
ing lawyers also will participate in
a forum on "Legal Education in
the Americans," with Dean E.
Blythe Stason presiding.
Two Dramas
To Be Given
Edgar Allen Poe's "Cask of
Amontillado" and "The Loneliest
Man in Town," an original play
by Judith Webber, will be present-
ed today on the Angell Hall Play-
house, 10 p.m. station WHRV.
Poe's classic tale of horror and
suspense, adapted for radio by
Barbara Hollerith, will star Nafe
Katter as Montressor, the nar-
rator and James Reiiss as Fortu-
nato.
Miss Webber's play is the lively
story of a man who discovers all
the scandal in a small town. Fea-
tured in "The Loneliest Man in
Town" are Ted Heusel as nar-
rator and Forest Campbell as Mr.
Trick, the lonely man.
Others in the cast will be Betty
Jane Holton, Betty Fuller, Joyce
Atchison, Ed Potts, Jane Proctor,
Joyce Cregor, Frank Bowsma,
Mac Barnum and Ed Dworsky.
Editors of 'Law
Review' Named
Donald D. Davis, 50L, has been
elected editor-in-chief of the
Michigan Law Review, Law School
monthly publication, for 1949-50.
Associate ediors are John C. Walk-
er, '50L; Zolman Cavitch, 'OL; Earl
R. Boonstra, '50L; Melvin J. Spen-
cer, '50L; Robert W. Shadd, '50L.
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During Vacations.
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Plan Ensian
Distribution
For Ma 23
Ensian distribution will begin
on May 23, if plans continue on
schedule.
The Ensians, which are being
bound in Chicago, will be distrib-
uted on the first floor of the stu-
dent publications building.
* * *
THERE ARE less than 400 En-
ions left, according to Clarence
Kettle, new sales manager. "Last

By DOLORES PALANKER
Students can get painfully tan-
ned hides that will put them in
bed for several days, stressed Dr.
Warren E. Forsythe, director of
Health Service, as he pointed out
the dancers of an overdose of sun-
burn.
"A person should acquire a tan
gradually," Dr. Forsythe explain-
ed, as he indicated certain health
hazards that students should be
warned against when spring ar-
rives.
** * *

doors in the warm weather, he
continued, students also fail to
pay attention to the shiny, three
leaved dark-green plants which
are a sign of poison ivy.
* * *
IF ANY ONE thinks he has been
in contact with the plant." he
said, "a thorough scrubbing with
strong soap may help. If itching
develops, they should come at
once to Health Service."
Opening of blisters from hik-
ing or playing ball can also be
delayed, Dr. Forsythe said, by

SPRING HEALTH HAZARDS:
Suntan Invites Trouble Warns Forsythe

covering the sensitive area with
tape to relieve the irritation.
"If a blister develops," he ex-
plained, "don't break it with pins
or other such instruments. Let
the blister remain as long as pos-
sible but if it breaks, then tear it
vide open."
* * *
AUTOMOBILE accidents are
more frequent in the spring, the
Health Service director said, be-
cause students play ball and other
games in the street. "One should
be on the look-out for cars at all
times."

-Daily-Hank Tyson
IT MUST BE LOVE-Susie (Bunny Bramwell), a waitress meets
the English actor Rodney Bevan (Dan Dworsky) and promptly
falls in love. Their troubles are the basis for the comedy "Boy
Meets Girl" which opens at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Masonic
Temple.
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In anybody's book, one of them
is Marion Harper, Jr. of Adver-
tising's McCann-Erickson. Said
TIME-late last year:
Just ten years ago, Marion Harper,
Jr., fresh from Yale, got a job as office
boy at McCann-Erickson, Inc., one of
the six largest U.S. advertising agen-
ies. Tall (6eft. in.), strapping (19c
lbs.) Harper was far from the out-

When "Boy Meets Girl" at 8 p.m.
tomorrow at the Masonic Temple,
the audience will meet a varied ar-
ray of University students-from
football players to candidates for
a doctorate in psychology-who;
jointed the Student Players just
for the fun of appearing in a stage
play.
But director Mike Cetta declares
they're pretty good actors, even
though they don't intend to earn
their bread and butter on their
acting talent.
* * *
DOING A LARGE share to keep
the ball rolling.is Michigan foot-
ball star Dan Dworsky, who, as
the British actor in the satire on
Hollywood movie-making, comes
to the play with the least dramatic
experience.
"I just got into the cast for
the heck of it, but I'm certainly
enjoying the work," Dworsky
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said. Graduating in June, he
plans to head for California-
not for movie-making, but to
play with the Los Angeles Dons
football team.
An older member of the group is
Walt Shaffer, journalism major
who was one of the founding fa-
thers of the Players' parent or-
ganization at Willow Run.
* * *
SHAFFER, who plays the over-
sincere, poorly informed producer,
is sandwiching in work as Senior
Ball co-chairman between the
"Boy Meets Girl" rehearsals.
Coming to the play with several
years dramatic experience in the
Netherlands, is Jan Bout who is
working for a doctor's degree in
psychology.
Deemed by critics as a true and
sharp picture of Hollywood life,
this comedy by Bella and Samuel
Spewak will have its second per-
formance at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, in
the Masonic Temple. Tickets are
on sale at the Union and the
League.
As Tasty Too?
SOUTH BEND - Glass has a
consistency much like that of
taffy candy, between its molten
stage and the time it hardens and
cools. While it is still soft, it
may be cut with shears.

year at this time 1300 copies were OTHER HAZARDS that come
unsold, yet many students did not
get books," he continued. He ad- with warm weather, he said, are
vised that students buy their drowning, poison ivy, opening
copies now to be assured of ob- blisters, automobile accidents and
taining one. sudden changes in temperature
In its 450 pages, the Ensian will resulting in colds.
picture 11,000 students in group "Students should team up as
pictures, and 3,000 seniors. There buddies when swimming," Dr.
will be 60 pages of sports. Forsythe explained, "and should
Orders for the Ensian are being be careful in deep water."
taken at the student publications,
building in the Ensian office. In their enthusiasm to get out-
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Did you know
the 1949 Ensian has
1. 60 pages of sports
2. Pictures of 11,000 students
3. Superb layouts
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5. Bigger and better engravings
6. New Quad Section
7. A new and dazzling cover

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presents a

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IN PERSON

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FROM GREENWICH VILLAGE
with

Bill Wasson, Cal-Pictures
ADMAN HARPER
He energizes people.
sider's idea of an advertising man. He
was quiet and studious; he did not
wear hand-painted ties, didn't smoke,
showed not a single huckster char-
acteristic.
But he had been an office boy only
three months when he was moved into
the copy research department where
he could put his liking for market re-
search to work. Not long after, Harper
was made manager of copy research:
at 28, only seven years after he had
left Yale, he was vice-president in
charge of research and merchandising.
By bearing down on market studies,
he helped boost the agency's billings
from $46 million in 1946 to a 1948 rate
of more than $50 million. Last week in
Manhattan, at 32, Marion Harper was
made president as Founder H1. K. Mc-
Cann, 68, moved up to board chair-
man. Said an awed agency director, in
summarizing Harper's rise: "He ener-
gizes people .. . he's got so much en-
ergy himself. The agency has never
had such good teamwork before."
On Harper's team is his wife Vir-
ginia, whom he met while she was a
clerical worker at the agency and mar-
ried in 1942. She is now assistant di-
rector of McCann-Erickson's copy
research department. Having no chil-
dren, Mr. & Mrs. Harper sometimes
stay at the office until 2 a.m., working
together. Says Mrs. Harper: "I think
he's quite bright."

WILD BILL DAVISON,
Trumpet

ART HODES, Piano
HERB WARD, Bass

PEE WEE RUSSELL, Clarinet TONY SBARBARO, Drums
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